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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1010.
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SIX SOLDIERS ARE
KILLED BY BANDITS
Colonel Slocnm Reports Mexicans
Who Attacked Camp at Colum
bus Retreating Southeast.
CAVALRY IS SENT IN PURSUIT
EL TARO, Tey.. March 9. Six
American (soldiers were killed this
morning rarly at Columbus. N. M.,
In a battle with Mexican bandit, ac
cording to a message received early
today at the general officen of tho
El Paso & South wcRtern railroad in
El J'aao. Tho pumper for the rail
road at Columbian wag won n (tod and
his wife killed, tho same message
The bandits attacked the town
nhortly after midnight, according to
railroad officials, and B?t fire to
many buildings. American soldiers
fired upon the Mexicans and the bat
tle followed. Only fragmentary de
tails came to EI Paso of the fighting.
The official report from PoloneT H)o
cum. Thirteenth I'nitwl States cavalry,
commanding the troops at Columbus, to
i his commanding officer at Douglas, Arls.,
"Commanding officer Rooond cavalry
brigade, Donglaa. An.: The camp was
attacked at 4:S0 this morning by a force
of Mexicans from across the border. The
attack was repulsed and now at 6:43 a.
m. the Mix leans are retreating towards
the border to the southeast. I have Bent
mounted troops in pursuit. Several bulld
inga were bjrncd In town. 80 far as
known the army loaa hna been threo
men killed and four mounded. The num
ber of civilians killed in town la not
known. A number of dead Mexicans ael
dlera are lying around town and our
camp. All firing haa ceased. No help
"I'o.nmandtng Thirteenth Cavalry."
SEEMS NEAR THE END
(Continued from Tage One.)
bna massacre would So the aigtiul for an
olhei outbreak in the aenate, where the
opponents of the administration's policy
hue been moat active.
At the WhiVi Mo.iae, the report waa re
ceived with evidences of the groat est con
cern. Officials most familiar with the
proVdent'i Mexican policy were silent,
Vt they indicated that the raid had
brought the situation to a critical point,
whro It might be dlflcult to atand by
the .ollcy of non-lnteifcrence.
Baker Take Charge. .
After the president and Mr. Dakar had
discussed the reports briefly the president
decided that the new secretary of war
should take office at once, lie signed
Mr. Raker's commission and the new aec
retary went to his new office to be
One of the probable course a moat dis
cussed In official circle waa to send
American "troopa over the line to clean
nut tho bandits. It waa pointed out that
such action could be taken with a dec
laration that there was no Intention to
impair the sovereignty of Mexico or pur
pose of occupation of territory, but aim
ply to deal with a situation menacing to
tho American border, over which the Car
rania government evidently had no con
trol. Secretary Baker transmitted to Presi
dent Wilson reports about the attack on
Columbus, N. M., aa quickly as they were
received at he War department. It wag
aiild at the White Houae that vigorous
stepa would be taken to punish the ban
dlta. The president directed Secretary
Baker to do everything possible to pro
Qaeatlona About Aatkartty
There la conflict ef opinion regarding
tho authority of the War department to
send troops 'nto a foreign country with
out tho consent of . congress. . borne of-.
rlclals. however, contend that the con
stltut'on voata the nroaldent with au
thority to repel invasion, including power
10 sen a tropi over the line.
Precedents for sending troops into
Mexico to pursue bandit were found In
the Rtata department archives concern
ing trouble with Mexican Indiana and
raiders In 1(71 and 1871
Major General Funaton la In supreme
command of the situation on the border
and haa full authority to do everything
short of sending troopa over the line
without communication with Washington,
War department officials exepert ha la
in personal charge at Columbus. '
Senator Fall of New Mexico, repub
lican, and one of the foremost opponents
of the president's Mexican policy, aent
telegrams to railroad officials and cltlsens
In the vicinity of Columbus asking for
VANKTON. 8. D.. March ..-(Special
Teiegram.)-The Missouri river, which
fell eighteen inchea laat night, la again
rialhg and la now higher than ever, ice
having apparently jammed for many
mllea eaat of thia city. Many families
are marooned and cannot be reached
and some are in want of food. Iosa of
hoga haa already been Immense.
Fred rmiie bat almost an entire herd
of pure bred atock in Cluater. Ten fur ma
near the Jamea river lost 600 hoga, be
aldea lumber, etc. No Uvea loat yet so
far aa reported, but a further flue will
John Adklna and hired man are on
Ambrose Island and cannot be reached.
Closes for Lent
CHICAGO. March Announcement
Chat a aaloon-cafe of which he la the
propletor will be closed during Lent waa
made here today by Robrrt E. OCallag
han. He explained that true Chrtatlanlty
demanded the action. O'Callaahan re
cently came to Chicago from Da Molnea.
Far a HI I lues Attack
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of food, constipation, torpid liver, vomit
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you ma know that you have a severe
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N. M., AND SHOOT
(Continued from Tag One )
drove the raiders a top the border.
N'nn civilians and six United
States troopers were known dead
early In the day.
Villa and I. opes la Command.
Information that Francisco Villa
and his chief lieutenant, Pablo Lo
pez, wore In perwonat command of
the raid was given Colonel Sloram
by a Mexican rancher, captured by
the bandits last Sunday, and who
escaped during the flahtlnR. This
Mexican told of the hanging of the
American ranchers, McKinney, Cor
hett and O'Nell. He added that a
fourth American, w-bosc name he did
not know, had been hanged at the
Fame time. The Mexican said Villa
attacked with from R00 to 1,000
men and a machine gun platoon.
The Mexican told Sloruni that
Villa left the Bosques Orandes ranch
Tuesday, made a leisurely Journey
north and aBout 4 yesterday after
noon left a point on the Boca Grande
and started for the border.
Wenld Kill Alt Americana.
"Traveling north they crossed the
boundary west of Columbus," nald
the Mexican, "snd entered town by
a ditch running past the cavalry
camp. Villa was in personal charge
and declared he wan going to kill
every American because the Ameri
can government did not treat him
r'ght. Villa declared Carranza could
not make peace in Mexico. With
Villa were Pablo Lopez, Martin Lo
pez, Colonel Candelarlo Sevantes,
Colonel Cruz Chavez, General Jose
Fernandez and General Beltran."
To Force Intervention.
' The Mexican, who prayed that his
name be not used, confirmed a re
port prevloutily given out by Car
tansa officials that before leaving
the Santa Ana district In western
Chihuahua. Villa had freely stated
that he Intended to force Interven
tion by the United States by raiding
American territory nd killing
everybody In sight.
Lieutenant Clyde Ely with twenty
men of the New Mexican National
guard arrived from Deming today
and Joined the federal troops.
The Mexican fugitive said that
Villa addressed his men yesterday
Just before ordering an advance on
Columbus. According to the Mexi
can's . account Villa declared the
watchword would be "death to
Americans," and added that the
"Killing of Americans wag Just be
cause citizens of the United States
were responsible for the wretched
condition of Mexico,"
'"The United States intends to
swallow Mexico' Villa shouted,"
said the fugitive, " 'let us do what
we can to make It stick In their
. Several Mexleans Killed.
A large number of Mexicans were
killed. Their bodies dotted streets
where they had been posted picking
off Americana as they emerged pell
meli out of dwellings and hotels.
There appeared no wounded. Sev
eral guests were burned to death In
the Central hotel, which was one of
the first buildings' fired by Villa's
men. Mexican bandits standing out
side the flaming building shot down
A. L. Ritchie, proprietor of the hotel,
and W. R. Walker, a guest, as they
attempted to dash out of the door.
Both were dead when picked up
later. O. C. Miller owner of a drug
store, was shot as he tried to enter
the door of the Hoover hotel. An
adobe structure, whose mud walls
protected a score of cowering women
and children who remained in the
rooms while a howling mob of ban
dits surged through the surrounding
The attack was a complete sur
prise, Villa decetvlng all the au
thorities by dispatching a telegram
to Hachlta, N. M., last night, saying
that he w aa at the Nogales ranch in
Chihuahua, near the border, at least
forty-four miles from here. This
telegram was signed ostensibly by
the American caretaker of the ranch
and stated that Villa personally
was at the ranch house.
Mexican Sroet Brlaae 'ewa.
Carranza customs guards at the
border gates, three miles south of
Columbus, had dug a few rifle p'ts
for the fifty Carranza soldiers who
fled Palomas when Villa appeared
In the vicinity several days ago.
Carraaatataa Jot a Haldera
Villa came over the line at thia point,
apparently, and the Carransa aoldlen
were reported to have Joined him. Do
ploying Ills men tn open order. Villa sent
them up a deep ditch running up from
the border and paralleling the road
akirtlng the I'nlted ttatea army camp,
the ouatoma houae and the railroad ata
tlon. The fight began here in town, ami
the famlllfa of A. I.. Itiggs, customs of
ficer, and that of I. Jager. atation agent
of the F.I I'ao Southwestern railroad,
were In the midst of It, but no member
of cither waa hurt.
Lieutenant Can toman, officer of the
day. turned out all the men remaining
In the camp. Shrieking battle yella, tho
MeMrans, In overwhelming numbers,
ruahed savagely Into the town north of
the railroad tracks. A courier waa sent
to Major IJndaley at Gibbons ranch,
fifteen mllea eaat. to bring up the troop
era posted there. The first volley of
rifles woke all the townspeople.
Villa Commands la 1'eraoa.
Villa la aatd to have been aeen by sev
eral Americana, urging on his men.' tie
cut the telegraph wires east to Kl I'aso
to prevent any call for American troops
stationed there. The telephones alsn
went out of eommlwion. While part of
his forces fought the hastily rallied
American troops, Villa Is said to have de
tailed snlpera and houae burners, who
flew to their task. Itouaen thmuhgout
the town were riddled with bullets.
A. I.. Rlgga, hla wife and two children
In the living quarter of the customs
houae, barricaded themaelvea behind
matresaes on the floor. L.. Jager, hla
wife and two children of the second floor
of the railroad atation did the seme.
In the section house nearby. Foreman
8. If. McCullough and wife and their four
children sought aafety on the floor. Bui
lota Tew close over their heada.
A bullet wrecked the atation clock. All
who remained Inalrie were comparatively
safe In tho moat cases.
C. C. Miller waa ahot aa he dashed
from his drug store to the Hoover
hotel across the street. He fell with his
head Insliio the door. A woman, dragging
a llttlo girl by the hand, waa wounded
and Mumbled over the druggist's dead
Snlpera Shoot at All Lights
Bnlpers posted in front of frame build
ings set on fire and shot at the Amerl
an Inmates aa they sought refuge from
the flames fast destroying several bulld
Inss. These Mrxkntis snipers moved de
liberately In the dark. Tho lighting of
larrps by householders and hotel quests
startled out of anund sleep by the ride
fuallade. promptly brought a. shower of
bullets. Every house in town and nearly
every window appeared to have been
hit from once to a doaen times.
Civilians armed themselves and from
vantage points within their homes an
swered the shots of the Mexicans. Rome
of the bandits sought to entice Amer
icans out In the streets iy speaking Eng
lish. J. P. Jean waa caught In thia way.
A Mexican who spoke excellent Engllah
called to him. Dean emerged from a
doorway and hla reply In English be
trsyed htm to be an American and
brought his death. At the same time an
other American ahouted, "Hey! Who are
' V'.va Villa," came the reply.
"I don't know who he Is,' the Amer
ican answered, "but I have some of him
left here scattered In the street." The
American pointed to the street Intersec
tion where ha.f a dozen, dead bandit
raldera lay in tho pale light of dawn.
The quick flaah of a few pistol shots
were visible and disclosed dying forms
In the street, but Villa was not among
them. Ha apparently left when Colonel
Slocum's troopers began pressing these
snipers toward the south.
Villa's buglers began sounding the re
treat shortly berore t o'clock. The town
waa cleared of them by B;30 and the
remaining people of Columbus .began to
take account of casualties and losses.
Walter Walker, who was shot at the
Central hotel with the proprietor, W. T.
nitchle, was a delegate to the New Mex
ico state convention of Sunday schools.
His body was burned in the ruins of
Mrs. Rachael Walker, alao a delegate
from I'layaa, N. M., to the convention,
waa saved by Jolly Garner and his part
ner. Den Agulre, I'nlted States customs
borders riders, who tied sheets to her
arma and lowered her from an upper
Waiker waa taken from the arms of his
wife "by one of the bandlta who Invaded
the hotel. Despite her crlea and appeals
for mercy the bandit told her he wanted
her husband to go downstalra and shake
handa with his captain. A moment later
Mrs. Walker heard the shots that killed
her husband and the hotel proprietor,
rihortly afterward oil waa thrown on the
building and a match applied. As the
flamea spread Garner and Agulre reached
Mrs. Walker's room, rescued her and
A bandit alao Invaded the Hoover hotel
and shots aped through the hatla and
punctured the doors. Throughout the raid
the proprietor, W, C, Hoover, his wife
and two children, who were on the
ground floor escaped the bandits notice.
Major Frank Tompkins with two troopa
of the Thirteenth cavalry waa said to
have crossed the border in pursuit of the
Troop O., stationed at the border gate
south of here caught the retreating Mex
icans on the flank and killed eighteen.
Corporal Wlacall of the same trooD
waa killed, shot through the right eye.
Lieutenant Beaon , of troop 3. waa
wounded in the left arm.
A number of the Mexican wounded were
taken to the post hospital
Colonel Slocum's revolver waa shot out 1
of his hand as he emerged from hla j
((carters. Tho b-.iilet dented the colonel's
weapon making it useless.
J. J. Moore waa shot through the body
He Is Itlleved to be fatal'y wounded.
Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
7a!ls why avaryona should drink
hot wator each morning
Why la man and woman, half the time,
feeling nervoua, despondent, worrlod;
soma days really Incapacitated by ill
If we all would practice tnalde-bath-lntr,
what a gratifying change would
take place. Inatead of thousanda of half-
jslek, anaemic-looking souls with pasty,
muddy complexions wa ahould see crowds
of happy, healthy, rosy-cheeked people
everywhere. Tho reaaon la that the
human ayatem does not rid itself each
day of all the waste which It accumu
lates under our present mode of living.
For every ounce of food and drink taken
Into the ayatem nearly an ounce of
waate material must be carried out. elae
It ferments and forms ptomalne-Uke pola
ona which are absorbed Into the blood.
Juat aa neceaaary as It la to clean the
ashes from the furnace each day before
the fire will burn bright and hot. ao we
must each morning clear the inside organs
of the previous day' accumulation of In
digestible waste and body toxins. Men
and women, whether sick or well, are
advlaed to drink each morning, before
breakfast, a glaaa of real hot water with
a teaspoonful of limestone phraphate in
It. aa a harmless means of washing out
of the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels
the indigestible material, waste, aour bile
and toxlna; thus clearelng, sweetening
and purifying the entire alimentary canal
before putting more food Into the stom
ach. Millions of people who had their turn
at constipation, bllloua attacks, arid
stomach, nervoua days and aleepteaa
ntghta have become real rranka about
the morning tnalde-bath. A quarter
pound of limestone phosphate will not
coat much at the drug store, but Is auf
flclent to demonstrate to anyone. Its
cleansing, ewoetenlng and freshening ef
fect upon the eystem. Adveriieement.
MUST BE PREPARED,
(Continued from Tage One.)
their graves, haa told ua through his
tory that If he Is to be free he must be
brave; told him that If he la to protect
hla sweetheart and his aister he must
have a basic physical and mental equip
ment. "Just as women were destined by na
ture to bring children Into the world, so
men were designed by nature to pro
tect. It la the deepest call of his na
ture, and when he haa responded to It he
haa been the most vitalised man.
"Why shouldn't your boy and mine, aa
they are gathering the fragments of
knowledge, have It dally impressed upon
them that when they become men, this
country that is protecting and educating
them may ask them To give their lives?
In dolne; thia you will find that patriot
ism, peraonal and national ideals will ba
bom; there will come a seriousness and
thoughts in these growing brains aa deep
and big aa the responsibilities of history.
But if you will have them escape all
this, then remember the penalty call it
nature's, destiny's or f5od Almighty's
dissipated bodies, intellects d waif ted by
selfishness and the death of our com
Let I'i Be Men.
"We are all sorry that war convulses
the earth, but rather than uselessly moan
ing because of Its Infinite probiema, let
ua grip them as men, appreciating that
giant problema have always brought forth
giant men. I have no fears for this
country, if we will arouse ourselves and
each fix hla own responsibility so that
he can do hla own part in case of na
tional need. I hope you will not think
that I am pessimistic when I say that
our people, because of their prosperity,
have grown over-aelflah, that they have
been Inclined to forget their state and
their country, and aa a consequence Inter
nal problems have developed which
"Since I have been governor I have
made a special study of the military sit
uation and find that In most eviry agri
cultural college there is the requirement
of military as well as technical training,
but the training today in most of these
agricultural colleges Is the same obsolete,
antiquated thing of a quarter of a cen
tury ago. This Is one Illustration that
because of a lack of interest In these
great national and state problema we
get but a minimum of efficiency. Here is
that great plant of tremendous potential
possibilities, already paid for, and yet
almost totally disregarded."
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