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OF CURRENT WEEK
PRESIDEN1 WILSON ACCEPIS BERLIN’S
REPLY TO SUBMARINE ULTIMATUM
An Irish President for Five Days.
RAID U. S. BORDER
W ashington, 1). C. A note cabled
by S ecretary Lansing to Ambassador
G erard Tuesday for delivery to the
Berlin foreign office inform s the G er
man governm eni th at the United
S tates accepts its “ declaration of
abandonm ent" of its form er subm arine
policy and now relics upon a scrupu
lous execution of the altered policy to
remove the principal danger of an in
terru p tio n of the good relations e x ist
ing between the two countries.
W ith this acceptance is coupled
formal notice to Germany thut the
U nited S tates cannot for a moment en
tertain , much less discuss, a sugges
th a t respect by German naval au Three Settlements in Texas County
Live News Iterm of All Nations and
th o ritie s of the rig h ts of citizens of
Attacked at Night — Troops In
the U nited S tates on the high seas
Pacific Northwest Condensed
should in the slightest degree be made
Pursuit May Cross Line.
for Our Busy Readers.
contingent upon the conduct of any
o th er governm ent affecting the rights
of neutrals and noncom batants.
T his is in reply to the concluding
El Paso Three Am erican soldiers
C hief Ju stice Charles E. Hughes has
en t in the last German note to and a 10-year-old ls>y have lost their
been invited to deliver a Fourth of
the effect th at while subm arine com
Ju ly oration at Salem. Ore.
m anders had been ordered not to sink I lives and two Am erican citizens have
The m unitions liner Cym ric is re
peaceful freig h t or passenger-carrying been kidnap|M*d and carried south of
ported torpedoed off the west coast of
ships w ithout w arning or w ithout the intenationa! boundary to alm ost
Ireland, and is in a sinking condition.
suftcy for passengers and crew, the l certain death in another raid of 200
Germ an governm ent would reserve to
Four more Irish revolutionary lead
i Mexican bnndits th at takes rank with
itself com plete lib erty of decision un
e rs are shot. N ineteen others sen
less the United S tates was successful Francisco V illa's famous attack on
tenced to death are given prison sen
in its efforts to break the B ritish Columbus, N. M. T hree soldiers were
wounded and two soldiers and tw o c it
A R otterdam dispatch declares Ger
izens are missing.
m any is form ulating term s upon which
The bandits’ foray, carrying them
to offer peace, which include relin
through the southern lim its of Brew
quishm ent of Belgium and all territo ry
ster county, in the Pig Bend d istriet
of Texas, and taking in th ree little
T hat England is building airships of
settlem ents near the border Glenn
W ashington, D. C .- A dm inistration Springs, Boquilln* and Deem ers took
the Zeppelin type was disclosed in the
, officials are still ho|>cful th at effective place on Friday night and Saturday
house of commons. How much such
co-operation between American and morning, but news of it did not reach
a irc ra ft G reat B ritain possessed was
Mexican troops to ex term in ate the here until Sunday.
Patrick J. H. Pearse.
band o f Mexican outlaws, which raided
W ithin an hour preparations had
The house rejects the senate amend
P atrick J. H. Pearse was “ provisional president of th e Irish republic” Glenn Springs, Tex., last Friday night been made for adequate action. Major
m ent to the army bill wherein it was for five days. The Sinn Feiner9 called him th at when they began their “ revo will result from the conference at El
voted to increase the standing arm y to lution” in Dublin. He was executed by th e B ritish a fte r he had issued a Paso betw een Generals Scott and Obre- General Funston ordered th at in all
four troo|>s of cavalry should proceed
The m easure was re proclam ation calling on all those who followed him to lay down th eir arms.
gon. In the m eantim e both at the to the raided section to reinforce small
turned to conference.
W ar and S tate departm ents, it was detachm ents already on the scene from
Two men were killed in a fend battle
pressed by only a hint in the document, stated officially th a t General Funston Presidio ami other convenient |>oints.
a t the Jualin m ining camp, Juneau,
but was presum ably amplified in verbal has full authority to send his troops
These troo[ia got under way at once.
Alaska, on B erner’s Bay, recently.
com m unications w ith the American across the bonier on any hot trail.
It was said here th at if the exigency
Baker conferred with of the rase demands such action they
F orty men took part in the fight,
Germ any now is at the
w hich resulted from card games.
top of her m ilitary achievement. If President Wilson Tuesday evening, but will cross the border in order to run
he said later there had been no devel- down and disfiersti the bandits.
W ashington, D. C. — Study of the she can make peace now it would be on
Americans who have enlisted at
| opem ents in the situation. He declined
In a little adobe house nine cavalry- '
Toronto for army service to Europe
to discusH what steps had been taken
a re denied the use of the name “ Am er President W ilson’s advisers th at an she can strongly enlist American pub by General Funston of what recom men made th eir fight for life against
the 70 or more V illista bandits at
ican Legion,” under instructions from other reply m ust be made in order to lic opinion th a t is a g reat step toward m endations he had made.
Glenn Springs. A hail of shot poured
answ er certain charges against the the accom plishm ent of th is object.
the Dominion authorities at Ottaw a.
Officials would not comment on bor for more than two hours into the
“ In such a situation the allies’ cause
U nited S tates made in th a t document.
advices saying General Funston single window of the mud aiioLc, but
F ire destroys the Chicago Grain
needs a plain declaration by the allied
These charges are:
had repeatedly urged th at his force» be
company elevator and 60,000 bushels of
F irst—T hat the U nited S tates had statem en t th a t no peace negotiations strengthened. The question of calling the Am ericans refused to give up.
grain, causing a $200,000 loss. C lar discrim inated against Germ any and in are adm issible a t th e present stage.
The cavalrym en kept up a steady rifle
ence E. Fox, president of the com favor of G reat B ritain in its demands Public opinion In th e allied and neutral I out a portion of the National guard is fire in defiant nnswer. Then the Mex
pany, intim ated th at the fire m ight be th a t international law be obeyed.
countries needs to be clearly reminded
ican leader ordered fire balls to be
however, and as the only means of
a ttrib u ta b le to a war plot.
Second — T hat the U nited S tates of the essential issues underlying the adding m aterially to the border guard thrown on the roof, thickly thatched
President W ilson’s approval of the would have brought freedom of the present s tru g g le .”
would be to employ coaHt artillery
The blazing weed tortured the sol
nom ination of Louis Brandeis for the seas had it insisted on its rig h ts
troops as in fan try for th at pur|x>so,
Suprem e Court bench, in a letter to against G reat B ritain.
$ 2 7 ,5 9 3 a Year to Support Him. there is nothing to indicate th a t Gen diers below and burnt th eir heads and
IxxJies. Then, sm ashing the door, the
th e senate,- declares the
Third—That he United S tates has
eral F u nston’» force is to be increased. troopers broke for the open, firing as
ag ain st Mr. Brandeis are “ in trin si aided G erm any’s enemies by supply
Senator Borah issued a statem ent they ran. Two were shot and killed
cally incredible to anyone who knows ing them w ith all kinds of w ar m ater
urging th a t additional troops be or as they fled. One is m issing and it is
him . ”
dered to the border, and th a t any man believed he is dead.
The President and his advisers de
or p arty in Mexico which sought to killed as he tried to clim b through a
The B ritish ship Galgate, from P ort
the task of protecting window.
land, Or., January 4, for ports in the
Am erican in terests lie treated as an
U nited Kindgdom, was sunk Saturday, for or against any belligerent since the
According to the story brought here,
enem y of the country.
according to Lloyds. The G algate was w ar began.
the Mexican banditH first attacked a
la st reported as having arrived at St.
store and one or two houses in Bo-
Michaels April 24.
She was 2356 subm arine policy based on the recog
quillaH, where they made Deem er and
Compton prisoners, and then s|>ed 15
necessary for the United S tates to con
miles northw ard to make th eir attack
Two large buildings of the plant of duct negotiations w ith Germany which
on Glenn Springs, which is fringed by
th e Cadillac Chemical company at have extended over a period of 13
Cadillac, Mich., were destroyed by fire months. For 15 months the U nited
New York Carl A. Luderitz, Ger rugged hills. At Glenn Springs they
Tuesday, w ith a loss estim ated at S tates has been negotiating w ith G reat
man consul at Baltim ore, Md., was in wrecked a wax factory belonging to
$150,000. The company is under con B ritain and her allies to put a stop to
dicted by the Federal grand ju ry here W illaim Ellis, his store and residence,
tra c t to furnish an ingredient for violations of international law leveled
Tuesday, charged w ith procuring a besides one or two other small build
smokeless powder to the B ritish gov against neutral commerce.
false passport for H orst von der Golz, ings.
Another indictm ent
Mr. Wilson holds, his advisers de
was handed down charging Wolfe von
Dr. Ben L. Reitman is sentenced to . clare, th a t it was fa r more im portant
Igel, form er secretary of Captain
60 days in the New York workhouse to obtain protection for human life
Franz von Pajien, recalled German
for distributing literature, alleged to than it was to arrange for protection
attac h e;
Dr. W alter I).
be improper, relating to birth control. for dollars, and it was for th is reason
in the alleged
Dr. Reitman was arrested at a m eet
— General P ersh in g ’s
“ fire bom b” plot, and Gustave S tein
■ - *
ing held recently to protest against the gainst Germany. A ttention is called
official rep o rt of the defeat of a band
conviction of Emma Goldman on a
len, Germ an agent, w ith conspiring to of V illa’s men a t Ojo-Azules Thursday
which have been made to G reat B ri
sim ilar charge.
falsify a sh ip ’s m anifest in sending a ; by Major Howze, received here S atu r
tain and France as proof of the effort
day, discribed the action as a cavalry
Mrs. C arrie Chapman Catt, presi of the adm inistration to prevent the
cargo of lubricating oil to Germany.
d ent of the National American Woman seizure of innocent goods by ships of
indictm ent ag ain st Luder ! charge with pistols, the first to occur
Suffrage association, in an address be the allied powers.
itz charges th a t he obtained a passjiort since operations were begun.
fore the Mississippi Valley Suffrage
for Von der Goltz in the name of men had ridden 30 miles from San
If Germany will give the government
conference at Minneapolis, declares here a chance, it is declared, Germany
Bridgem an W. Taylor from the Secre Antonio to Ojo-Azules, 17 m iles south-
th a t the form ation of a woman’s po will have no reason to complain of the
tary of S tate at W ashington on Au ! west of Cusihuiriachic.
John Jacob Astor, Jr.
litical party would not be necessary lack of vigor of the President.
The pursuit of the scattered Mexi
gust 24, 1914, and th a t on October 2
th is year to obtain national enfran
Mrs. John Jacob Astor, last widow of th e sam e year the passport was cans ia being continued. Inform ation
of the m ulti-m illionaire land owner, vised by the Italian consul general | th at the band was near Ojo-Azules had
been secured by General Pershing two
who w ent down on the T itanic, insists here.
A robber enters the National bank
It was said to have a t
a t Francis, Okla., covers the cashier
tacked Bnd defeated a Carranza force a
four-year-old son, John Jacob Astor,
$ 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 Is Given Yale.
w ith a revolver and fled with about
J r. There was allowed from the es
New Y ork—A $500,000 bequest to few days before th at. The commanders
$4000. A fter an exchange of shots
London—The London m orning news ta te of his fa th e r $20,000 a year for Yale university and two bequests to were Cruz Dominguez, Antonio Ange
w ith a pursuing posse, the robber
forced the driver of one of the posse’s papers Monday laid great em phasis on his support. T hat is not enough says the New York P resbyterian hospital les and Julio Acosta.
General Pershing rcjiortcd th a t the
Mrs. Astor, in her last report to the am ounting to $350,000 are contained
autom obiles to take him in and, with a G erm any’s alleged desire for peace.
dead was 42.
revolver held at the d riv er’s head, dis
German note as a basis for fu rth er dis spent over $7000 additional. The As Harkness, Standard Oil company di horses and mules were taken from the
appeared in the hills.
cussion,” says the Daily Chronicle, to r e sta te was worth between $80,- rector, which was adm itted to probate Meixcans and six C arranza prisoners
W ith the m elting snows no longer “ his motive m ust be sought, not in the 000,000 and $ 100,000,000 a t th e death here Tuesday. The document gave no they had been holding for execution.
delaying the descent of the Russian term s which Germany offers, but in of John Jacob.
The m ajor portion indication as to th e total value of the Many wounded are reported, but the
C aucasian army from the high Armen the wider suggestion which was ex- w ent to his eldest son Vincent Astor. estate.
The Am eri
The chief beneficiaries are num ber was not given.
ian plateau into the plateaus of Asia
the widow, Mrs. Mary W arden H ark cans had no casualites.
Minor, where the Turks, having gath
Bryanite T hreatens Bolt.
ness, and other relatives.
25,000-M ile Flight Plan.
ered all available reinforcem ents, are
D ru g sto re Is Despoiled.
Boston — Form ation of a political
ready at last to make a determined
S h o t T aken From Brain.
S eattle—The [tolice Saturday raided
party to uphold peace principles was Adams, a Boston m illionaire, is going
stand, the campaign in Asia Minor has
Sacram ento. C al.—Chris Evans, fa the drugstore of Jam es J . Kelley who
advocated by George Fred Williams, to circum navigate the globe in a spe
reached a most interesting and pos
mous C alifornia ex-hitfhwayman, Tues form erly conducted a saloon in the
sibly a decisive stand.
a mass m eeting in the interests of six men to help him. The young man day subm itted to the surgeon’s knife same place. They demolished the fix
An uncensored letter from Mexico peace here Monday night.
“ I am expects to fly from San Francisco w est a t the Sacram ento county hospital and tu res and a large q u antity of liquor.
declares C arranza is the chief obstacle ready to return to politics to fight the ward to San Francisco.
Kelley estim ates the value of the a r
Mr. Adams, a buckshot was removed from the
In the way of capturing Villa.
fight for peace and leave my party if who is a descendant of John Quincy rig h t side of his brain where it had ticles destroyed at $10,000. One m ir
The sinking of a French fishing ves necessary to do i t , ” said Mr. Williams, Adams, is staying at the Hotel Tray- been imbedded during the last 23 ror shattered cost $1000.
sel 150 miles from land by a subm arine who for many years was prom inent in more here, m aking out his itin erary . years. D espite th e seriousness of the store has been repeatedly In trouble
is reported in an official com m unica tne Democratic party and an ardent His prelim inary plans call for 13 stops operation and his advanced age, Evans w ith th e police for alleged violations
tion issued in London.
of th e state liquor law.
ia exf>ected to recover.
supporter of W illiam J. Bryan.
in his 25,000-mile air journey.
Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the Earth.
Three American Soldiers and 10-
Year Old Boy Are Slain.
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN A NUTSHEU
(WO CITIZENS CARRIED Off PRISONIRS
funston to Send Troops on Hot
Trail of Mexican Border Outlaws
BERLIN’S CHARGE OE DISCRIMINATION
TO BE DENIED BY PRESIDENT WILSON
German Consul Indicted
for Procuring false Passport
London Rejects All Peace Talk;
Allies Willing to Wait Better Time
Mexicans Routed in U. S. Cavalry
Charge and forty-two Are Killed