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Outbreak Expected a, I jua
Prieta and Doufflai
MUTINY AT CABULL0NA
Americans Fleeing From All
Points, Believing to Re
main Means Death
By H. C. Boehme.
Douglas, Ariz. Mar. Hi Fight troops
of the first I'nited States cavalry, ar
riving from California, were placed to
day on the border, facing Agua l'rieta,
Sonora, to the south.
Mexicans in both Agua Prieta and
Toug!"n are greatly excited over the
American entry into Chihuahua anil
trouble may break hero at any time.
Tiic I'nited states troops at Naco,
Arizona, are entranching, according to
Teporta from there today, indicating
that an uprising .lgninst the Americans
is feared there also.
The censorship established at Colum
bus is expected to fall on Douglas soon.
Tnm on General Calles.
longlas, Ariz., Mar. HI. Concentra
tion of three tiiousand mutinous Carrnn-j-istns
.it Cahullonn. IS miles south of
Douglas is causing I'nited States army
officers here grave concern today.
Plans are being worked out to move
nguinst this force if developments ne
cessitate such action.
Scouts report that the disaffected
'n rmiiKi men are engaged in active de
fense operations eutranching and plac
ing butteries facing in t'.ia direction
from which the I'nited States troops
from this section must come to start
their hunt for Villa.
General Callps, at Agua Prieta, just
across the line from Doughs has been
informed that the Cabullona forces be
lieve he has sold out to the I'nited
Slates and have forbidden him to come
to their camp, according to messengers
from Cabullona today. Cnlles denies
this but says if Sonora slate is invaded
by I'nited States troops iie will pro
Americans flee for Safety.
Washington, -Mar. 1(1. American col
onists of Naeozari and Torreon are flee
ing toward the United States, it was
The state department received from
Consul Williams confirmation of n re
port that practicallv nil Americans in
Torreon would leave. It is assummed
most of them have alreadv departed.
A Nog.iles message said Governor
"lies had mobilized five thousand in
northeastern Sonora, but that all was
Kl I'nso dispatches confirmed the re
port that Villisina ';,-., f. ,;,.
employes of nn American owned ranch
From the American consul nt Browns
ville came a statement that all was
quiet in his district.
Bandits In Texas.
Kingsville, Texas, Mnr. IfiClosc
witch was maintained here todr.y for
Mexican bnndils following their nt
tu.k on American soldiers guar. ling the
Jiiureda railroad bridge 14 miles north
of lirownsville. Scores of shots were
exchanged. No Americans were hurt.
San Antonio, Texas. Mar. 1(1 Lieu
tenant Kdwnrd Zell, Troop A, Eleventh
cavalry, has committed suicide at Col
umbus, N. M., Major General Fred Fun
gton announced todav.
S ABE MARTIN J
Ther's too many folks gittiu' by on
th' plea o' tliouglitfulriess. We all sec
ond th ' motion when it comes t' a mov
in 1 picture.
I M I "
Resignation Follows Dis
agreement with Chancellor
The Hague, Mar. (!. Resignation of
Grand Admiral Von Tirpitz of the Ger
man navy means an end to the attempt
to force ruthless submarine attacks on
non-belligerent vessels, according to re
liable advices today.
It caused rejoicing among Berlin citi
zens who were anxious to preserve good
relations with the United States, The
resignation was considered a personal
triumph for IThporinl Chancellor Von
Betliuiann-Hollweg, who is a strong ad
vocate of conciliation with America.
Berlin advices said a further change
in the ministry of mniiuc was not ex
pected. The resignation came on the
eve of the opening of a reichstag ses
sion at which Von Tirpitz supporters
planned a war on Honweg's program.
Hollweg, returning from a conference
with the kaiser at Verdun, declared
the ruler supported him. Von Tirpitz
then resigned, and Admiral Von, Capel
le, director of the admiralty's admin
istration department was appointed his
temporary successor. The appointment
will probably be miu?i! permanent, it ia
Overwork and anxiety aggravated by
the failure of his submarine plans
brought the aged Von Tirpitz to the
verge of a complete breakdown. The
kaiser accepted his resignation with re
gret, after vainly trying to win him
over to the Hollweg program. Von Tir
pitz will be decorated with, honors and
retired on a pension.
Market Was Irregular
But Generally Stronger
Xew York, Mar. Hi Tho New York
Sun's financial review today s.iid:
Heavy realizing sales were again in
evidence on the market. They impart
ed some irregularity to the general list,
but concentrated buying continued in
special issues. Some improved exten
sively. The undertone in industrials
Railways were largely neglected
throughout the early trading, and their
general tendency was heavy, Canadian
Pacific was very weak. The latter con
dition was associated with the domin
ion government's contemplated Ameri
can loan of $75,000,000 and equal cred
it with Canada's chartered banks.
Trading centered largely on war
stocks and specialties was mostly pro
fessional. First prices were uniformly
higher, .ind business was conducted up
on a scale of large activity. When j
speculative interest lagged in one issue
or profit taking became too heavy for
further improvement, another was tak
en in hand. Thus Crucible Steel, Amer
ican Can and Baldwin Locomotive in
turn held the center of the stage. Uni
ted States Steel started at a good frac
tional a.lvnnct and was actively dealt
in, but was overshadowed everywhere.
Speculative conditions were unchang
ed in the liter trading. Interest was
confined to industrials.
Miller Denies Match.
Seattle, Wash., Mar. 10. Contrary to
reports, Ivan Miller denies that he is
matched with Hilly Weeks for a bout in
Centrnlia tomorrow night.
"Some one is trying to fool the fans
and are using my name for a drawing
card, ' ' he said.
GREATEST DANGER OF
CLASH COMES FROM
IGNORANCE OF PEONS
By Robert J. Bender.
(I'nited Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Mar. 10 President Wil
son hopes that General Carrnnza will
capture Francisco Villa.
.The administration today nude no
effort to conceal the satisfaction it
i would give to have Carranza bag Villa
belore the Americans can reaca him.
Villa's raid on Columbus neirly shat
tered the administration's confidence
in Carranza. Keports that American
troops entered Mexico with the consent
and cooperation of vie facto govern
ment soldiers did much to convince the
White House that Carranza controls the
The greatest danger is from peons
who cannot be reached through ordin
ary channelcs, and who will not see the
official statement that the American
expedition is not an "invasion."
White House feeling today was that
the present crisis will determine Car
ranza 's control over his forces. One
prominent unvernment official said:
!'VV;U n u-.tul.' 'o atnrt I'flrpnnTa ncr"it
to land Villi before we reach him.
That's the hope, any how." ,
Americans at Guzman doubted that
the Villistas had heard of the expedi
tion, as outlaw bands were still lin
gering in the vicinity of Casas Grandes.
They said a Carranza censorship had
been in effect suice the Columbus raid
to prevent any news of American plans
filtering into the interior.
Mystery surrounds General Persh
ing's whereabouts. It was increased
when he was reported personally com
IN COLUMBUS HAiD
ESTIMATED AT 150
General Funston Is Highly
Pleased at Showing Made
by His Men
32 TROOPERS STOOD OFF
800 OF VILLA'S BANDITS
Commander Claims American
Soldiers Are Best Rifle
Shots In the World
San Antonio, Texas, Mar. 16. Uncle
Sam won the first lap in the gigantic
"hare and hounds" chase in which
Frnacisco Villa's life or person is grand
Army headquarters sentiment was ju
bilant today. Major General Fred
Funston expressed great satisfaction at
the success of his initial movement in
getting two columns safely into Mexi
co. Tension noticeable for days past
was appreciably easier.
Brigadier General John J. Pershing's
report explicitly stated that the atti
tude of Carranzista troops was all that
could be asked.
Constitukiionalist soldiers were de
tailed to work beside Americans in the
dangerous scouting ahead of the main
body. Funston authorized Pershing to
employ Mexicans for that duty. If
Villi counted on defections from Cnr
ranza's ranks, he lost again.
That American soldiers arc still the
best rifle shots in the world was the be
lief Funston expressed after receiving
his first detailed report of fighting at
Columbus. Sixty-seven Mexicans were
killed on tho American side.
" When you consider that tho attack
was a snrprise delivered in the darkest
hour of night just before dawn nud that
our men were aroused from their sleep
by the assault, the result is remark
aide," said Funston. "I estimate the
total number of Mexiens killed on
both sides of the border nt 150. Once
during the pursuit when tho Americans
were 12 miles over the line, 32 troop
ers stood off 800 Villistas. It was
Will Be Opened Soon
Washington, March 10. For the pur
pose of recruiting the United States
regular army up to the full strength
authorized by congress, the war de
partment announced today many new
enlistment Btations would be opened
and business would be resumed at 150
bureaus which had been temporarily
Recruiting stations are to be immedi
ately established in Los Angeles, San
Diego, Portland, Eugene, San Francisco,
Chico, Oakland, Stockton, Sacramento,
Tacoma and Spokane If stations are
already open in these cities branches
will be established there soon and the
present location will be enlarged.
manding a third column said to be
crossing the bonier south of llachita.
Pershing accompanied the soldiers from
Columbus to the border, and was then
rumored to have gone back and started
for llachita. All movements, of troops
and commanders were hidden, however,
by the strongest censorship in Ameri
Despite stories of threatened rebel
lions, General Gavira, constitutionalist
commandant at Juarez, announced that
all Carranzistas from Casas Grandes
and the Galeana districts had been or
dered to co-operate with the American
expedition. Gavira stated the services
of defacto government soldiers bad
been utilized by the Americans who
were using them for scouts and guides.
Gavira issued an official notice to
Carranzistas that the Americans were
not hostile to the de facto government,
and that they were merely trying to
round up nil Villistas.
It was reliably learned that the first
destination of the American expedition
is Cisas Grandes. Army men said it
would bo several days before they
reached that district. Villa was last
reported terrorizing ranchers in the vi
cinity. Young Hurst, the bishop's son, le
dared the Vililstas were murdering and
burning, but that Mormons were mere
ly concentrated at Person and Chihua
hua City, and that they had not been
molested up to the time he departed.
Colonel Slocum's column is expected
to reach Guzman tonight or tomorrow,
llodd's men are looked for at Dubian
on Friday afternoon.
Remoyed When German
Admiral Von Tirpitz Quit
Washington, March lli. The resig
nation of Grand Admiral Von Tirpitz
as head of the German navy has re
moved tho chief obstacle to an adjust
ment of German-American relations, in
tho opinion of; well informed men to
day. This is a triumph not only for
Chancellor Von Hollweg, but for
American diplomacy. The firm stand
of the American administration in the
armed merchant controversy is be
lieved to- have figured in the reasons
behind the resignation of the chief ex
ponent of the so-called " f rightfulness"
advocated by many German leaders.
Tho resignation is accepted as an
indication that Germany will back
down in the armed merchantman con-
j trovcrsy and that no American lives
WUL uu HiltHi uunuii v iniycruvu uy
This result corroborates the ex
clusive story sent from Iterlin by Carl
W. Ackerman, United Press staff cor
respondent, on February 28 declaring
that no passenger liner, armed or un
armed, would be attacked by German
submarines despite the decree
Berlin. Mar. Hi. With regard to
Grand Admiral Von Tirpitz' resigna
tion materially affecting submarine
warfare, it was semi-of filially announc
ed tod.iy: "The change will be un
important, sinco the direction of naval
warfare is always in the hands of the
chief of the admiralty, Admiral Von
Commercial Club Backs
The Commercial club at its regular
monthly meeting last night went on rec
ord as endorsing the location in thit
city of a Mennonite hospital and den
cotiess home and of lending its moral
support. This means that T. B. Wede1
of American Falls, Idaho, may return
to Salem and with the aid of the Men
onites' of the northwest and additional
financial assistance from the citizens oi
Salem, build a hospital coating from
$20,000 to $25,000.
The only real objection to the build
ing of the hospital was voiced by those
having in charge the Salem hospital, of
it wns felt that to ascriptions to tht
Mennonite institution might interfere
with the proposed new Salem hospital,
in the way of raising money.
Mr. Huckestein speaking for the Sa
lem hospital stated that as won as the
present friendly suit is decided by t
supreme court and tho present site sob'
to the state, the directors hoped to conic
before tho people ut Salem asking Tor
subscriptions in order that with th
$25,000 received for their present lo
cation, a hospital that would be a cred
it to Salem could be erected, one to
cost probably about $50,000.
The general opinion of the club wtv:
that Salem was big enough to invite
outside parties to come here and tl
the erection of a Mennonite Institution
would be a good thing for the city. The
endorsement of the Commercial' ' club
was given and Mr Wcdel will .be so no
tified. (California to Furnish
Many Army Kecrujts
San Francisco, Mnr. 10 Many of the
recruits needed to bring tho United
States army up to the strength author
ized by congress yesterday will prob
ubly be enlisted in California, accord
ing to plans made here today by Lien
tenant Colonel John H. Gardner, retired
In charge of recruiting in this district.
Recruiting offices are to be reopen
ed in Sacramento, Hakersf ield, Fresno,
Stockton, San .lose, Santa Hosn and
Kurekn. Since the trouble with Villa, a
great number of enlistment applica
tions have been received. Foreseeing
a prospect of real service, hundreds of
men who were not lured by the idea
of army life in barracks are eager to
join now and experience actual fight
ing. Trouble Caused by Those
Who Want Intervention
San Antonio, Texas, Mnr. If Calling
nttention to the fact that reports o'
threatened uprisings in Mexico were al
ways dated from points distant from
the scenes of alleged disturbances,
Samuel Beltrnn, representing General
Carranza, declared today the stories had
been inspired by intervention seekers.
He asserted there was 10 times more ex
citement over the American expedition
in evidence on the American side of the
border thnn on the Mexican side, ac
cording to declarations of Americana ar
riving from the southern republic.
To Build Scenic Road
To Crater Lake
A seen!" attraction of unusual beauty
may be added in the near future to the
state highway from Bend to Crater
,1. If. Scott, of the highway depart
ment, was today directed by State Kn
gineer Lewis to proceed to Bend and re
locate the road in the vicinity of Lava
Butte so na to avoid the present steep
grades. Also to estimate the cost of a
road on the west side of the Deschutes
river around the edge of Benham Falls.
The survey is to ascertain the most
feasible route and to plan the expen
diture of $20,000 of state and county
funds soon to become avnilable.
German Infantry Makes Ter
rific Charge and Is Cut
WAVES OF SOLDIERS
FOLLOW EACH OTHER
First Two Break and Vanish,
But Third Hold Small Sec
tion for Short Time
By Charles P. Stewart.
(United Press staff correspondent.')
London, Mar lli. Murderous French
fire from Dead Man's hill cut to pieces
two German regiments attempting to
encircle Bethincourt and halted the
Teuton offensive west of the Meuse,
Fnris dispatches claimed today. Caught
in the open, the kaiser's men lost more
thnn 2,000 in a few hours fighting. A
French bayonet charge hurled the sur
vivors hack to their trenches.
Latest advices reported a lull in in
fantry operations around Bethincourt,
but French troops were on tho aggres
sive in a series of hot skirmishes at
Fort Vaux and the villnge of Vaux.
The German assault west of the
Meuse was evident. planned with
great care. First came a bombardment
of the narrow sector between Bethin
court and Dead Mnn's hill. Then the
Teuton buffers' soifidill C 'charge V
and a horde of gray clad men -swept up
the northern slopes of Goose Hill, A
terrific machine gun fire staggered the
line. It hesitated and broke up into in
dividual units 'fleeing back to their
Following this Oormans charged
along three different routes between
Bethincourt nnd Dead Mnn's hill, run
ning through lanes vT&r,'n' nv" "e
bombardment. Less thnn 100 yards sep
arated the successive fterman waves
which rushed upon the French defenses.
Two of the columns were blown to
bits by French artillery. In spite of
grent gaps blnsted in their rnnks bv
shells, the third column kept going and
Paris admitted it gained ground.
"In onlv one section was the enemy
successful." said the French announce
ment. "This was in the center where
bv a series of sledge hammer blows in
which they lost heavily, tho Germnps
won two salients, a total of about 200
yards. Next dawn our counter attacks
recaptured tho territory."
French Storm Trenches,
Taris, Mar. 10. French troops storm
ed German trenches east of Apremnnt
forest and south of Verdun during the
night, capturing a number of Teutons,
it was officially announced today.
There were no infantry attacks north
of Verdun. A severe bombardment on
both banks of the Meuse continued, es
pecially directed against French lines
west of Douaumont. In Ln Plage, Bel
gium, French hurled shells into German
trenches, killing a great number, the
announcement said. The Germans failed
DUTCH LINER TUBANTIA
TORPEDOED AND SUNK,
NO WARNING IS GIVEN
Amsterdam, Mar. 1(1. Three hours
after a terrible explosion amidship the
Royal .Dutch Lloyd liner Tubantia sank
in the North sea, it was reported here
She carried 87 passengers ami a crew
of 300. All were said to have been
Though the Tubantia 's captain said
slio might have been torpedoed, reports
at the company offices said she hit a
The Tubantia was hit at midnight, 12
hours after sailing. A huge hole was
ripped in its Btem. Wireless messages
calling for help immediately flashed
over the sea.
Passengers and crew abandoned the
stricken liner at once, tumbling into
lifeboats while still half asleep. Some
were terrified by the explosion, the
darkness and horror of the moment, but
no panic was reported.
Several Dutch torpedo boats and life
saving craft appeared on the scene at
daybreak, picking up shivering life
Only tiio fact that the explosion oc
curred while the Tubantia was near
land prevented heavy casualties, it is
Two of the Tubantia 'b heavily la
den lifeboats reached a lightship at 11
a. m. today. Thonnh it is possible some
passengers or sailors may have perish
ed during the excitement, the com
pany's advices said all hands were sav
ed. The cargo's value is unknown.
The Amsterdam correspondent of the
Central News wired he was now certain
Texas, Arizona and New Mex
ico to Assist In Guarding
Sail Antonia, Texas, Mar. 10. Na
tional guards of Texas, Arizona and
New Mexico will soon be ordered to the
border by the war department, it was!
reliably stated at Fort Sam ilouston
The militia may be used to protect
border communities like Brownsvilli
Laredo, Presido, Douglas, Tucson and
Bisbee. It was aid the call might
come before tho end of the week. Mu
nicipal officials in Arizona and New
Mexico were sending frantic appeals to
Funston tor additional protection, fear
ing uprisings of local Mexicans. Gen
eral 'unston pointed out that tho state
governors must request federal assist
ancebefore it could be given. Funston
regards the border situation as most
Opposite Douglas the situation is re
garded as serious. Governor Cnlles' men
ro reported aggressively anti-Amer-ienn.
The Presido opposite Douglas
where the garrison niutined an(t killed
Colonel Uojus is considered n danger
spot. At Mntamorna the constitution
alist commander is apparently friendly.
Whether there will be clashes be
tween Americans and Carranzistas de
pends on the degree of control Car
ranza commanders are able to exert
over their men. For additional pro
tection against sporadic attacks otr
ials hero said the war department would
shortly advise call out tho militia of
three affected states.
New Equipment Sent '
To Local Militia Company
Thirty new Springfield rifles, 35 light
weight blankets, one ense of clothing,
two cases of miscellaneous stores and
10,800 rounds of ammunition making in
all a shipment of 1,870 pounds eamo to
local militia company today. Th bal
auco of tho required equipment will be
here March 2.1. The headquarter store
houses are now in tho process of in
spection and it is impossible to hasten
the shipment of supplies to tho local
companies of the stnte.
British Shell Vurla.
Berlin. Mnr. 1(1. Battleships bom
barded Vurla, near Smyrna, killing
numbers of Greek civilians mostly wom
en and children, Athens dispatches said
today. The town was almost entirely
destroyed. The Greek minister to Lon
don was reported to have protested.
in nn attack near Burhaupt in the Vos
Say Trench Hurled Back.
Berlin, Mar. Hi, French attacks
against German posftlons on Dead
Man's hill wero hurled back, tho war
office officially stated today. On the
rest of the Verdun front there was no
change. South of Niedrnspach German
charges penetrated the French works. A
number of prisoners and much booty
Assertion Is Denied.
Taris, Mar. 10. German clnims that
Silesinn troops had extended their lines
to Dead Man's hill wero denied today
by the French official communique.
the Tubantia hail been torpedoed with-
French Llnor Chased.
New Vork, Mar. Kl. After having
been attacked with lilt- Wfll'nirirr l.tr n
submarine, the Fabrc liner Patnu, flv-
l.n 1.' I. . ........ '
o "111111 nag, witn zu Americans
nmorig its 900 passenger docked safely
Captain Dd-hellcs declared tho sub
marine attempted to torpedo his vessel
Ma re n 1 while he was off the African
coast. The torpedo, he asserted, missed
his rudder by leys than .'10 feet. Pas
sengers were thrown into a panic.
Among tho Patria's passengers was
Kditor Swain of tho Manila Times, who
is enroute to San Francisco. He said
the liner zig zagged to dodge torpedoes.
Increases Capital from
$75,000 to $300,000
The Northwest Fruit Products com
pany yesterday filed supplementary
urucies oi incorporation increasing
their capital stock) from 75,000 to
100,000. The principal ofrice of the
corporation is at 208 South Commerciiil
It is reported that the company plans
to increase its business of manufactur
ing loganberry juice and apple juice
to a large scale of enterprises
IS FIFTI MILES
Advance Column Numbers
About 3,500, This Will
Reach Guzman Tonight
AEROPLANES TO JOIN
PERSHING'S FORCE TODAY
Villa Reported In Galeana
District, Says He Will
Destroy All Wells
By J. P. Yoder.
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Mar. lli. Tho greatest
manhunt in history is on.
Vanguards of tiio American expedi
tion against Francisco Villa are already
well inside Mexico today, but officials
expected few results to be reported in
the very meagre news early available.
The Americans .ire somewhere south of
Columbus. Littlo else concerning them
A race between American and Mex
ican troops to sco which would capture
Villa seemed possible. Casas Grande
promised to bo tho battle ground. The
most authentic reports located Villa in
The strength of the expedition is still
in doubt. General John J. Perilling is
believed to have led about 4,000 men
across tho line. Fifteen hundred morn
probably started last night or will
march today from . Culberson's ranch.
Tho two forces aro expected to .join
near La Ascencion probably tomorrow.
Then they will head through Corralitos
toward Casas Grandes.
A brigade at Kl Paso awaitod the sig
nal to inarch. When they are to IcavB
has not been disclosed. It is thought
their departure mayo be considerably
delayed. El Paso, Junrea and vicinitr
arii believed iionevconibed with tillista
sympathizers. Prevention of a Mexi
can uprising in Kl Paso must be given
consideration by the American com
Man Hunt Has Begun.
Kl Paso, Texas, Mar. 10. "Some
where in Mexico" the American expe
ditionary force is on the trail of Fran
cisco Villa today.
harry indications wore that the van
guard would reuch Guzman tonight.
This is situated on the Mexican ami
Northwestern line, about CO miles from
Columbus as the crow flics.
The "fighting Thirteenth" cavalry
under Colonel Herbert J. Slocum, wliich.
battled Villa in the raid on Columbus,
is reported in the advance guard which
is said to have been moving rapidly
since it left Columbus shortly be for
noon yesterday. 1 his advance column
numbers about 3,5110.
A base or operations will probably
be established at Guzman, as munition
and food aro easily sent to it by rail
road from r.I l'aso uv way or Juarez.
Constitutionalists in Chihuahua state,
acting under orders from Carranza,
transmitted through General Obregon,
are co-operating with the Americana.
Carranza Troops Aiding.
The report brought by travelers from,
Columbus yesterday that the vanguard
met slight opposition from the ue fac
to government troops at 1 aloma proved
to he unfounded.
Tho progress of another American di
vision which is said to have invaded
Mexico cast of Douglas, Arizona, ia
unknown. Unconfirmed reports said
that Carranzistas in Sonora were not
inclined to co-operate.
An indication that this division has)
not yet started was seen in the report
that General John J. Persuing, com
manding the expedition, arrived at
llachita, N. M., last night and that Col
onel Dodd's column, comprising the
Seventh and Tenth cavalries, is leaving
Villa was lust reported in the Oaleina
district near Pearson heided toward a
1,000,000 lumber plant belonging to
tho Pearson company, a British firm.
The outlaw had sworn to destroy all
wells in the desert country and to at
tack the American Mormon colonists at
Casus Grandes. There is only i small
Carranr-a garrison in Pearson, but the
Carranzistas have announced they have
enough men at Casis Grandes to pro
tect the Mormons from bandit attacks,
(Continued on Pae Sva.)
THE WEATHER !
night and Friday