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Omaha Daily Call Tyler ,000 If You Want l Tull to The lire or Im Anyone CimnnlM Willi Tlii- T. THE WEATHER. It air vol.. six -so. -i:u. OMAHA, THURSDAY MOKXLVO, APRIL I.I, 1010 l-X)riTKK PAGES. On Trains, at Wotl Htwe Btaade, to, e SIXOLK COPY TWO CENTS. Bee. MRS. HOWARD IS A SUICIDE, SAYS CORONER'S JURY Verdict is That She Kill Herielf By Shooting in Her Room at the Fontenelle Monday Evening. HUSBAND ON WITNESS STAND Says Reason for Deed Was Despon dency Because Her Father Would Not Accept Him. BODY IS TAKEN TO CHICAGO "VVo, lh ronorcr Jury, Impan eled to Inquire Into the ilnuni- iincH surrounding I ho death of Mm, rma A, Howard, do find Ihut, he tn inn to her death by her own tin nil.'1 The foregoing: la the verdict of (ho Jury holding an In'jueat Info Die mil nl of Mm, Joaopii K. Howard, wife of (hff stago star and daughter of Allfe" Kilg-allon, Chicago sloe) mil toi,alre, Jt wax returned after an unusually mild fnonlry Into Ihe death of the former wife of Count Jte Heaufort. ICxeept to ask whether (hey saw Mrs, Howard after heriea(h nr ! for, or some oihi'r unimportant quest Ion, Coroner Crosby did but little to bring out the incidents that I'd up to the shooting. Whin witnesses verged on telling something interesting, somehow or other, (hey Invariably became side tracked. Women on the Ola nil, Only Mirt during the examination of Mia Clara Jambrtl, the only wt.ri nt th shooting, and the woman who know mora of tlm tragedy than anyone elm, idld anything of Interest develop, Newspapermen had re'iBted the cor oner to ask her If It wu true that Mm, Howard had threatened to hill J on at the matinee performance and carried a target pistol to the theater for that purpose, Mr, Jml.ertl colored and be came in rvoua. An though It wra an ef fort to speak, alio mumhk'd unintelligibly and shook her head. Kverybody In th crowded room craned their necks, expecting to get a new angle to the story connected with the tragedy, but they were disappointed. 'J lie neat question Htm on an altogether different tg, Mr. I.ambertl continually aoiight tha eyes of her husband an she teHllfted, a a though eking approval. When she fin lnd both, tualurd from the place. ,r,.m mmw irf, Her atory w' idantleal with that told by toward Monday nlaht when he waa rpeaaina: toy her, Kha de- lared that Mr, i Howard waa despondent bevauae her par nt would not a ccpt Jo a a member of the family, Mr, Kllaallon told eeveral nmalian that hi objection were not a r.erloua a ha been given out lne the tragedy. Tile fact 1, he f aald have declared that be furnlxhcd a flat for hi daugliter and Howard In Chicago and ex pected them to live there when Howard 'Inbthed bla tour. When Howard took the atan.1, be told of bla love for hi bride of a month, but H.I...I,,.J 1.. ..... Im.1. ..,., l.b .lia utmlllll imiiiliici lie wq, iiiimif-'u iiiwi ...... r,... follow him here. lle,ex,ccled her, ha I aald, and that la why he reglatered "and wife." at. the Home, lie realtcied flrat under an aaiuried lid mo. he aald. to ..... . ! i . ; aiold annoyance from aherlff who might .... i..... . rrf, to aaUafy a recr Judgment againat blm. He wa not. ue,loned too cloeelyud I he did not volunt r anything to aupply a mm.v, nr ner act .gcepi -o y T',r77 . ' n-ken. K. A. Knapp nnd I!. H. f'larke; of her father, objection to him. irw( y,nr, 0org- K. iuvrtb k. Frank Court Hooiu I'acberf. , W. Judaon and .1. M. Welah. The little room waa packed to capacity j A committee to aeleet and hire nn In wlth morbid curloalty aeekur Moat of apeetor wa choaen n follow: Knapp. thoae preaent were women, and manv j Nixon and Welah. They are to report of thee, when Howard flnlahed teatlfy- j a aoon a poaalble In order that tho ae 1ng and left tha place. Immediately loat i tual Inspection of bay and the grading of Iniereat and quit alao. It may begin. Nixon, Knapp and Kill Anton Hkelllnger. a taxi driver, brought wei rhonen a nncther i-omnilttce to out aom IntvieaMng Information. II told the Jury that when he picked Mr. How ard tip Mt tli I'nloii depot on her arrival here, ahu waa with a amall drk coiu preded limn. Ha drove them flrat to the I'anion, where tho man got out and tent Ineld while tho mat bine Halted. Tluiii they went to tha Merchant. Again the in til went into the ohtel fur a mo Continued oil J'age Two, t 'ultimo, One t The Weather I e.iiirrn lures at lliiielia elerilai. ft a 1FM1S1 a. T a I . a IS n, H a !f l-l I 1 p P P l P 1' i.i . ;i VI t It tl I umparallt I .t llen. H ,e t . I I it 1 ' i i i I i i .. 1. I-. ' I II. . ma It. .hi siwilim al t I' ELECTED FIRST PRESIDENT OF OMAHA HAY EXCHANGE. I ' ' ' ' : 'f i 1 ' ."""Hilt . c FW.Judson, RENEW ASSAULT TA WCCT AD HICIICD ' 1U IILiM UT III E( U Oli j Infantry Charge Preceded by Rain of Naming Liquid. Repulsed j Says French Report. GERMAN LOSSES ARE HEAVY PA 1(18, April 12. Tbo tierman raaault on the Verdun front weat of the Meuae waa renewed thla morn ing. Troopa advanced on Canrettea wood, aouth of Curnlerea, the war office announced, tialng flame pro Jictota, but were repulaod. KhU of the Meua, In the Douaii-inont-Vaux aector, there waa only artillery fighting. Tho war office aaya It haa been cnflrmed that the fierman loaaea yeaterday wer very heavy, The text of the statement folio a: "On tha left bank of the Metlae tha Merman till morning deltvereil an at tack on our ponlllona at the Caiirette wood between e Mvrte Homme and fu- mlerea. In which they made u of flam lri( lliiuidx. They were everywhere re-1 i pulaed. .... t..,..L l it,- n,..riW ill.; iinni ".pi. ... ui- haa been great artllleiy aeilvlly between i.,,n.i V,i hot l. nlaht w no reaumptlnn of the Infantry fighting I II I.IIH , Villi . . . .... ,,,.., j ' ' , ,and are today reported from the mot '"VVT? f 'LTJLl 1 .a'lab.e ,urce to be wall aouth of Parral " " " """"""" " liy up, i nn .-ii.-iii,T I" n f ...no. n. "The night ps(!cd relatively ynlet on Ihe remainder of the front." Judson Is Elected President of the Omaha Hay Market Prank W. Judawn Wcdneaday afternoon . lfn P"Ww,t th" 0"ltthtt "aJ' cxchiinge I At the flnrt meeilng o( the newly elected director, Huther Hrake wa elected flrat Ice wrealdeiit: A. A. r. xon, aecono ice 11 ' ' ,,, , , ,,. .,, ... pieaideiit; H. H. (Markc, IreiiHiirer, and . A; , '"-'"''' " M"" "r "ne "; " r -JI'Foreat Il.eh.rda, Luther am, A A. Mxon; two year., C. Hj draft bylaw. The annual meeting of ihe lltv ex changa la to be held th accond Monday of April each yeur. j Henry Morgenthau Resigns Post Today WAHIIIN IT' IN, Apt it t: -Henry Mor : einu.iu, Ailcmihu ei.iliiti iidit to Tur- i KfJ is cI" 1 I' 'I ' an1 "in hi" r fiu nation I ,i Cie.l.li iit WiU.iii tumnrrow. '.i ; , Ma .i.' Resents Bull Moose of Republican Delegate Choice " III, l l!l S' I ,i.,r ..f 1 1. b uf 4 p-itu fi.no Vrtil i.i l i Ci.ift ; To in .. the I.I.I ...11. .ba rl.tl-ll Ihni.Hit I II ' ,. I. I I.i tl lliau .t tl.. I I . I' I U' I ' ' . .ran. t III ll l ' I ii.fi nn a .p,ii S. .4k I.I f"t in 't ltii:i f .. in. .ul" r the ii" II .. ...I- ..l fill. c i iil I il-l ,..,.e ii at e t I !: liKlKliI ...,i.r.,l I tl I X.,.. ) : ll 1 1 I n, on in ., .,v,H, ......I.I f.. jam f." ! Il-xl !'" ' ., I I.:. II III III, I It ,1 I, . ,i, VI i III !' ,!l p. I l. ) lu S t I . t O. I a -ii I i . Ii i . t M , j i ' 'I t MEXICAN BANDITS SACK AMERIC'.-',.' MINING Band of Fe, vNv,-r .uiand Men, Believed tts Lti by Villa, Himielf, Loots Town of Sierra Mojada. STEAL EVERYTHING OF VALUE Outlaws Come from Ecalon, Rail road Point Sixty Miles South east of Jimincz. RAVAGE SMALL PLACE ON WAY Kl, !AH(), Tex.. April I 2. - A band of VllllataH numbering neveral hun-' dreil, nd ponalbly 1,000, hiiv aackf'd -Hlorrn Mojudii, five ml'nn rrna th j Coahulla lino and Hahty rnllea eaal of Jlmlnw., deMrnylnt; many thnti fand ilollara' worth of American property and looting (ho town of ! everything of value, I Thla newa, which may ptcve to h of the htgheat linportanra, aa It I j bellvd poaalblo Villa hltnaelf waa i among thn raldera, waa reee'ved here ,0'MJ ,,y ,h rrpifaentaUvr of nno f ,hc Amoriritn nitninie -on- rorna In Mexico and la accepted by """ uihentir. Th. ZJSTJrZ ... t,e ,owr) ol) A()r s Th(y ritme tfnm K,()l. Inn, a Jiniellon p )nt on the Meab-an i- tlonal railroad, alxty nillf onth:it of Jlrnbiez and ahout an eriikl dlrtan"e anuthweat of Hkrra Mojade, whleli ma It connection with the Mexican Xorthern railroad. On their way to Merr Mojada they aacked the amall town of C'rrlli, The belief that Villi hlmnelf imv ba direct Ing- the operation of the bandit I iupported by a report received today from OJInaaa nidling that Colonel Kola, the Commander there, had information that Villa bud doubled In hi traka and waa 20fl mile aouthweat of that town, OJInniftt I directly aero the border from I'reeldlo, Tex,, and about 130 mile north of Hlerra Mojada. Ilpiri Tratel .orh. Another elrcumatance that alvea color to thla location of the bandit chief I the fact that Canuto Iteyea, at the heed of a larite number of men, we reported from '""eon a wee 10 we iravnnig nwui In the direction of Hlerra Mojada. It Hie oeiier l ine unie in i orreon !h" VUla a no.orloj. attorney waa on '' way 10 join me oriaano-in hlef. If 11 prove true, Villa hn completely evaded tli Amcrl'-an troopa who have been driving noiith at an amaxlng apeed and very clone to th buranao border. Hlerra Mojada I ) mile eaat of the neareat point at which American troop are known to be. American Are hilled. KAN PIKOO, Cel., April U.-Several American have been killed or wounded In bandit raid In th vicinity of fjuy maa. Honor, according to a naval radio mcHge, received here today. Tiie rne age forwrled to the Navy depart ment at Waablngton nd reulted In an order to the erulaer Denver, now at Han Blaa, atate, of Tepie, to atram for tha tionora araport and Inveatlgate. Thn meaange gave no detail of the re ported raid and made no mention of lb time they were committed. Three Thousand Britons Slain by Turks at Felahie BKttUN, April 12.-OVIrele to Bay vllle.) A Brltlah Meaopotamlan force, rompoaed of troop tranaferred from the tiardaneliea, wa repulaed hy Turklah trnon In a aangulnary battle laallng alx hour near jlahla on April 9, according J m a Turklah headuuarter report dated April It. The alatement add thet more than .1.000 dead Hrltlsh were counted after the battle. Gold and Silver Are Actual Contraband! UiiNImIN, Apill 12.-A rol pro. Ism Hull unfied tonlni exletiiiliig lha Ut i of article which hereafter will lie treated as iii ludl enntliitiaiul j IiicIuiIkI In Hie llt aie gnld, siller and ' paper moiiav and ll i.ej.rtlalih. Imtru- j i mi ul and H';illut-le aecmlnes Dictation lr as I favuled I I. I pipl.. Ill lesit i si I'l mull nn he- h tueiii ,l.lll'e I'ltitit in oi iciUv ra f nit ! . tiAi' Iniiki lv., I ' H t I '1 II !lt llf N- ,M I i ...i, , , .,.,, ..r ht light I ul i I, i.. - 'nil I, .all lit l.l pii grej.l' ii. i . miiitii.,.' is tu ,(it.rf.r eili ..). ipin nl i I. p,l,ii.-s m i. i..i,- I mii i II as I- i a te w a .'.at b ,t,l.4l.d u , i l 1 1 I r u.a "f i,r .,., ,,f it ,i it- an i ii-l ,.' f -r ..'f! . ii II tU'4' ..li I r II I I .Ml n aii.-ii M- k.i . f. . i .1 . .. . I tl i.r-.- l. lit i, iM i I ,: , , i V ft 1. 4... I I - . I ,1 . "'I I, I ! I H I, H tli,, t k , ,,; 4 I i ". I u , r ti4l 1 -' h i.f I i li. an 1 I -1 I-. f .1 I 1 i M i frt I i. I I t II (, . H C I 1 1 I , I 1 i VI. i . -tu. i 11. I I II- -I-. I , , . .f -I .. '. I l l"l. l. , a . . I I t, a '. I -' 11 i f ....,. I l: I f .11 . I . I I I i a ' . i ni , i , c i. ..- I I I I- I, . ' I "IV I III! WILL UNCLE SAM'S MACHINE GUNS GET THEM? The latest developments in the Mexican situation indicate that the American forces in Mexico are still vainly chasing Villa. This picture shows a trooper from th Eighth United States cavalry sighting a ma chine gun of the type with which some of the cavalry troops in Mexico are equipped. The belt running through the breach is kept filled with cartridges as soon a the &un is set for action. In the picture the belt is not loaded. p ' - V i I; .v:.; . ' : ii (; ti . ' MJ - .tt.r ... ' ,i i . . ,i i , e , f !: V ' Jin) ft 1 : V OJoniniu i rins-ttifM. SEVENTY BANDITS j SLAIN AfPASAJEi Two Barfds Attack Carranza Gar rison Sunday at Town in the State Durango. 0EN. REYES MAY BE INVOLVED TOKRKON, Mexico, April 11, (Via Kl J'ao Junction, April 12.) Tetalla of a five-hour battle between the C'arransslata garrlaon at t'aaje, Itirango, and an attacking force, compoetd of Oontrcraa and C.'enlceroa tandlta, were brought hero today, The outlaws fled in disorder Into the hills of the Nu.uh diatrict after lraing seventy killed, It is reported. The dis facto troops had four dead. The battle look place on Monday, Flrat report were that- the attacking tore wn coinmiinded by General (L'aniHo Tleyea, A a negotiation have been under y for th iirreniler of (Jeneral Heyeu under an ainnety grant, bitter d lee p- pointment wax expreaaed by "arrnx official. The (Hi-render of Iteye wax expected to (erlouxly cripple tha Vllllata cau In the neighborhood of Torreon and Hurango, The fight wa reported to have been preelpiiated hy the garrlaon, which waa aald to have fired on the troop of Gen eral Ileye they approached under an agreement for peace negotiation. Thn lateat detail, however, eem to ahow that Iteye la not Implicated and there la atlll hope that be haa ceaeed war fare agalnat General Carranxa. Hnnitlt Flee In IHaorder. A doctor aent from here to treat aoine of the men wounded In the battle brought tck the detail of the engagement. He aald that the t'nnlrnra nd Cenlcero at tacker were anbleeted to a withering fire from the garrlon. They fled In disorder. He arrived In time to count the hodle of aeventy of the outlaw cattered over the battle ground. Among the ded were a colonel nd a captain. After the battle word wa brought In that Juan l.amaddrld, a noted tin ml It, waa killed In diapute over the dlvUUm of loot hy the t'ontreraa hand. Iimadrld fled Into tho Naxaa district fter hi raid on filnanifta" aome week go. 'At t that tlm he w eotindly beaten troop under General Ignacto Rumoi by General Trevlno, farramca commander In Torreon. ha arranged for corn ahlp tnenla from Collma and Jalleco to relieve the food ahortag here. April Record for Heat is Broken Yesterday" wa the liiitlet dv ever pel Imicvil In i ' 1 1 1 o 1 1 -i Idle rly In tli The liottrKt Apill day In Omaha In th Ut tljlit lire yeai Wat April ZS. Il, When the in iliii'iin leiiipeialui a (M 1. j Hut that wn two afd '.lf arek la ! ter lii th seasnii hn lb preai nl but SI e Tix'ilai ji 7 a ni ti n Ihei inunif ter " Z U.lnr.Ui t : r.o and Attained the d m th Hit ruiiimeler raglaiei id m atiuiu. tioo wllh the sains I'HiiiMii.iii of t inal.iiie tu eiiui-g uHli wlllil llirinfma, llr in hiOi.ll l.illai limy he ... the .ee-i t.-gtt reit. "tiie.,ay in w ct. of the iM.tlr! Vptll dt r ttll h'l 'I I ni.. iimin ef mi ilr era waa .o.l tii-'t. hull ol ii is ., it Auil di in !' :-. iot.t h h I i'tii -oi in ,-l,i4)i.a f .l HO) .1. . Mt 1 1 lM i , l lr..k,. H Slut i a' ' ill rl l.ijl , Tnm en piu. ll'llalu. r.rl,iie ltl 1 1 , SHIe j I r I. I W . t I I.III.M' II. tlHMI lrt ' I.- t ii ,11 a t- il- h H " i I 1 1. ! 'I ii.'I'i.l I .l ., I ,'i.-i iif. r r. a-i i...i,,i..A. tho GiTok IrontUT i inn i t 1 1 a f ait,. . !' in. ai I I I 1,1 -,i., i I.,.!, a- tl ; ir l r-i l ' a I alii tl I a ( .ii. S . I I H . . m ,l I i. m( t i I , ( : t, uur- U. S, Not Satisfied With Explanation Of Great Britain V AHM I XUTON, April I'., Hecietary Lansing announced late today that Great IJrllaln note m the seizure of thirty eight Austrian, Germane and Turka from tbo American atenmer china near Khanghnl doea not close th case to the satisfaction of the 1'iilted Wales, Cleat Jlrlfnin'a reply to the Amnncan proleata fignlnst Ihe aeUure of thirty eight Austrian, German and Turk from the American steamer China near Hhiiughal wn lunde pulillc today by the Hlale department. H contend that Hie aejjeure la Justified on the ground that the prisoner bad been eiiKMge,) n plot ngnlnst Great Hrllaln In the far east and were at tempting to return home to take up arms. Great ftrllalii allege that the prison ers were "engaged for , some time In tha collection and transmission of a rim and ammunition for clandestine trans mission tit India and, if pusxllile, for arming a ship to play the part of a far- MSt'rn Mnewr." and. were bound for Manila to continue their work, having been expoaed to the Brltlah outhorltlea at Khanglial, The neutrality of the I'lilted ftlate would have been comprom ised, the note contends, had th prisoner performed the act they contemplated. Their acta, It la contended, deprived them of protection from Ihe American flag under which they were eiilllng. the llrlllah government argue ijmt the removal were Justified and Iruvs that the Coded Ktate will not feel (nr ther disposed to contend th action, Th note begin by pointing out that the latest attempt to define, hy com mon agreement, the, limit) within which a belligerent nv power may remote enemy person from neutral ships on the high seas I repreaented by rtc 47 of the Iieclaratlnn of I union. 1!X, which permitted the arrest of audi per on If "embodl'd In the armed force on the enemv" without regard to the deatlntion of the hlpa on which th were found traveling. Dupont Powder Plant Destroyed; Three Are Killed f.l.CKI'lICI.n. W. Va , April U. -Three prins were killed, n workman and two children, when the plant of the I.upotil Powder eompnny at Nemouia, Mercer county, eight mile from here, wa blown to plerr bv f.icr rx plosion early todac llcn.es In the little village weir wrinki-d. The dead rhlUI'en were hurled In the ruin of their home nenr the prfwmtr mill. Tue nrlni Ipal ilunn.Ke khi dune by liic (list explosion, which Is said to bate ciiinpli lely ilcatroted the htilliliOK In lili'h it o currtd Tie plant Iiim been working on use .inters SIOUX FALL PLF.A FOR LOWER RATES IS DENIED U aetlllNGTiiN. April ti - The l.i.i r!l CmiulH -tela1! chih a p-IMl..n f . gen 1.11 letlshoi uf 'l freljl.l istsa nn tlir Ureal NuiHietn lllV from i,iliil Minn , '' Hiieili", "is, hi an. n lla were denied l-i.tsv hv Hi Inlristai ' . flirf. COIIIIIi.ll0 Villa Neither Wounded Nor Dead, Says Cattleman Visited by Bandits , i " , , m ; . i ,, I. i J III . . ! I. Ii ii .; I.. - , r i Uf . '. 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The first wa caused by the xplolon at mimi (balance of a drifting mine,, which waa fired upon by Hrltl.h torpede n.a men an ""'' "'"' "'j bo.r destroyer, After the explosion thet' at'lpment. can be made e.fely to CbUt ralambang remained undamaged. The second explosion wa cud by a tor. podo, filed at short range, which bit tbo f'alembaug. Thl I etbllbed be. yond doubt by the unanlmou stitement of the wltneaae who aaw the track of the torpedo, ft could not have been fired by th Hrltlali torpedo boat de atroyer, becu the torpedo paased aome mclera In front of tha latter veaael. "It I possible the torpedo w meant for ihe dealrojer. but, mlaatng It, bit the I'alembang. Serond Torpedo II II Sbtp. "The third exploalon waa alao a tor pedo. The first mate of th steamship clearly aaw It track about alx length away on the atarboard. Thl torpedo wa aimed si th J'alemharig. becua the Initial! torpedo boat detroyr wa then a great distance away. "The definite elatempni of tha crew are confirmed by the fact that no other drifting mlnea wre ohaerved and the 1'alemt ang, at the time of tho aecond and third explosions, wa motlonlesa and there a a, therefore, no possibility of a collision with n anchored mine. Even aupposing that tha I'alembang wa car ried along hy the current, It muat ba ob served that the current waa nearly due aouth, so that a mine would havo hit th ahlp on the port aide, where tho ex plosion took place on the atarboard," Tohantl I Torpedoed, With regard to Ihe Tubantla th feport a ' The hlp w preparing to cat anchor at 1 "ft , mi., when It wn hit n ml a tevere exploelon took place in Ihe coal bunker on I lie slarhonrd side. Thn Mplnslon tausn.1 a bole extending from th bottom J (C'onlnued on I'ago Two, Column Un.) ! Britain Will Raise i Millions on Matches I.O.VIs.V, April I ; iircihui wiiti the Ini I tat ht hrrn ovpit.oiiie and in iiianti. fai lurris bv wUh.tr n llu-lr opposithm In tin nt-auie. They bale Asaured l(i.g. I nt M. Im una, - li m 1 1 . .r nf Ilia e. ch.Url tlisl II. rv will mi him n rauiinl 11 e revenue I nli-r i'ii. i lat.iti.iu plan pr.ipussd u si. in i taxi-4 PI pur Wimisaftil, wi h Is mOn.atr.l tu piudii let rnua i.f a h.i I I " '' i ad ai. t I Ml i. a !(.. ii T'.e t . Up l I ' ...I. i a 1 - i. J t ii 1 1. it., 1 I o X in, li ii ..! 111 '?., 1 ' v I '. I I . l -M.t . 'tl' I s- t I l - II 'I'll. .... i' a ac I Mien 4ii.ii.u it,' I e VI!' M .Mil-t-i .1 Im . l. . t,f ).H:.-Hg l' 1 I.., (I M I ll. t ' 1 waa is li n. hi I , i , t I .( t Hll: . . I t h r i I I lllll I .- I. ami',: 1 , .ll III If, .I...1 1 ll ,1 4 I: I ... 4 1 nut a i t.t I l!4 I Hl till. I I IS .in I I n l' h. . , I , .1 .i '! ' i . I .. . i ,. I t i.u.i , .at wilt I Ii l Ul I I" STICKS TO VILLA'S TRAIL IN SPITE OF DEATH REPORTS Army Will Continue Pursuit of Ban dit Until the Rumor it Con firmed or His Capture Is Effected, rERSHING STARTS NEW BASE Supplies Will Be Forwarded to Set eral Flyinjj Columns of Cavalry from Satevo, FIGHT RUMORS UNCONFIRMED rX PAflO, Tax., April 12. That' the American expeditionary force haa penetrated far beyond i'arral and la pear, If not aetually at, thej Chl' i huahtia-Hurango border line la indl liated In ende dlspatchea received j here this afternoon by private con- 1 rerna with Intereata In tha I'arral dla i ..... 1 1 U I , Theae dlpl )e,( asi'i that the American) dviu-ed column now had a temporary ba ner I'arral and that toward tb end of last week two rompanle of thV niotor truck train had delivered supplies) at this base, Thl I the first, authentic information that he come from the fly. Ing column of Colonel findd and Drown' (or aeverl da. It erni certain now that Villa, If h Hill live, has passed Inlo Ihe mountain! faaineasa of Hurimgo and that ba la In a posit inn to get In touch W illi tbo --. tered bndlt fore.- of that dlalrlel. There are laenty aeven trucka In each) motor company, Tha delivery of fifty. four trucka Indicate that lb advanced cavalry ha sufficient supplies to enabl It. to make long foray aouth, j llatrn'l l'aed Line. It I not believed here, however, that the force of Colonel Hodd or Colonel Itrown hsva paased the Hurango line, To do o would lengthen Ihe line of com munication too dangerously. Jt la moia likely Ihey have remained In touch with, their ripplle at I'arral. Thl would fl- count for the la k of Information at tha front th last week, 1 WintiHaneoualy with the new thaS supplies had been sent far aouth the neighborhood of I'arral came the In formation today lht Iocl concern h'S presented a tralnload o iipplle to thejj Mexican Cenlral railroad for altlpmenS to Chihuahua city, there to ba gold 4 General I'efahlng'a troop. Thl trtn, c.onalatlng of nine ear loaded mostly with -hay and oats, goS away thla afternoon. New of tha aafnv arrival of the train at Chihuahua Cltfj I anxiously awaited here by both bnai-1 huahua City railway tranaportatlon ma be axtended vei further south. ' Favorlle Trleb, Mexican follower of Villa In otheg campaign said It w a favorite tricia of Villa when the ch became hot foe1 th bandit to have th tory pred thaS he waa dead, that the ardor of hla puis uera might b dampened. Army officer) at Fort flllsa declare that If tha Vlllaj death story Is a hoax It will In no wlaa affect th pursuit of th "fog of th Blrr." flrlgadler General J'erslilng ha tahe! Ilshed a new base at Haevo, arcordlnaj to Information here today, hut no wor-t, ha com from th flying column of American cvalry tinder command of' Colonel Dodd and Brown, whoa purauiaj of tha Villi! I said to extend beyoni I'arral. There are reporta that tha ad -I vane columna have been forced to hall1 until tha line of cnmmunlcatlona haa bee eatabllahed aouth of Katavo. ! Ther I nothing official her nr at army beadiuartera at Columhua, N. to confirm a- report that troopa K and M, eleventh cavalry, kilted a number at Vllllata and raptured thirty-five ntharft last Hturdy aouth of ftatvo. Military; offteera at Columbu do not credit tbaj report.. Hupplle In Inereaalng qiiantltle ar besi Ing ateadlly forwarded by the quarter master department to (' GrandJ Namlipilpa and other point. Lawyer Drops Out of Caplan Defense IA)H ANGKI.KH, C,, April tl-Jacob) Mrgotl, a rittsburgh attorney, who P prrd unannounced ten data ego In tha auperlor court to dif.nl Haild Caplan, ' sllegi.d dynamiter nf Ihe Time building, after other Counsel failed to appear, ha j WHhdiRMIt fr.iiu the t ase, It beam known i.alay, IwimiM of a rontlnurit dit. luffliultles In con- ) ferenea In policy with Nathan CughUu isitloii of the inairh(.f Hn Fratn iscn, chief rnunael n (hi trial of Ataihew Hchmldl, ions ,!d I tha c.ise. BOONE CROWD REFUSES TO HEAR SUFFRAGIST IH mi M?. la. April jj -i.,.,ti Tat gia.ili I'l Ufle M. I'.ill.n Jinn, nuts iu .itfia le. turer and w .ikrr. a'tir l"kn In a Urge gaihenng in th atl lu...i, ai 1.1,1,1 waa put ...i inlttt. in Im le iiiiK st ll. a VIfi.Iihii et.-.i In i le had m..iil.. lm ia ,. tl i.iiui.eni .r illia hi u i. r. .l l-am i i,.ii. ntl re(iie, i.i tin,. III! si l'l the p i r,.r m t .i t. ni) i.l'i Ihni icir. 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