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TINO VKE: OMAHA, WKDN'KSDAV, MAY 10, 1916.
De Facto Ayent at Washington Sayi
Big- Bend Incuriion wa Fo
mented by General Villareal.
TWO OTHEB BAIDS PLANNED
WASHINGTON. U. C. May 9.
Fpt-clal Agent rtodgera at Mexico
City today telegraphed the State de
Hrtment that General Carraiua had
li.dlratod hfa approval of the tenta
tive border protocol which haa prac
tically beea concluded by General
ficott and General Obregon.
After an early conference with
Iccretary Lanalng today EHzoo Ar
edondo, General Carranza'a ambaa
rador, aald ha had told the ar-erctary
"iher I not an lota of truth" In re
port from the border that General
Obregon had demanded the with
ti-awal of American troop. The am
bHidor denied alao that Mexican
troopa had been dlnpoapd during the
D Taeo conference o aa to threaten
Oneral Permhlnii'a line of rotnmunl
ettlon, Mr. ArrMondo aakeil that Increaaeil
vlgllanc f nerrla'd hy lb American
JinfW authorltlf alnt actlvlllea of
Ih n'rnki nt tiottt coutitrle, who, ha
aald, ware aeeklna; o force thro Into
war tjr border rM.
"The- 61 facto f nvernment," Mr, Arra
dorirto aald, 't,a official nd accurate
Information that Hi attack on Oleijn
Fprlnan w oraanlied In Iha ITttlt',
. Flatea. It la feared that other almllar
tn'iventent mlalit occur, I hv laM
d'lf Information before Kecretary J.aii
in. W hav rciirte Information of
t bit to eparat place on tha bor
der where raid are now tiring planned
by thru Intereat.
J Mr, Arredondo declared, Antonio Vjl
lurri.l wa the principal limtlfator ef
Ui Glenn Pprinaa raid, according to hla
Information. Villareal recently vlaited
Nuevo Laredo, ha aald. In an effort to
Xotnent a mutiny. In the Carranza gar
rlion. The ainbanaador dcacrlbed the ob
ject of theaa factlonlat a being- In ac
cord with tha Magon propaganda In Mex
ico, which, lie aald, wn a rndlial organ!.
Mtlmt with which Vlltareal had been afll
lalcd twenty year.
fi?rreury lAnelng promlaed to d'e"JM
that feature with Bewtary Baker, Hefore
the conference at tha Btata- department
had concluded, however, Secretary Baker
hud announced the )irelde.nt' dnrlalon
to ienl the additional troopa to General
Kunstoti. Mr. Arredondo waa Informed of
thaaa order. " '
"I am glad to hear that," he aid, "It
I exactly whnt Is nreded."
A rimm from General Bcott at Kl
Paaa reached tha War department early
today and He'retary Ileker din-patched a
reply Immediately. The content of
neither dlpet(h waa dlacloaed.
War department official aald the delay
In tha Kl fa to negotiation apparently
had arlaen hneaui of unwllllngnen on
the part of fJeneral Obregon to ln
tha agreement flrat perfected by tha
Mexican government. They were of the
opinion that Ohreaon would make otn
iort of a counter nrnnoaal, whoa tenor
had not yet been Indicated to General
Bcott, Report from Kl ro in the de
partment have not ao fr given official
reaaon to fear that there la dangor of a
Another ronfereara Arranged,
hlj J'AiSO, Tea , May . -Arrangement
for anothar conferenca between General
ott and Ohregnn were being mad to
day. At General Ohregon' headquar
ter It wa Uted that It waa believed
tha meeting would take place thl after
noon, and confidence w axpreaaed that
n amtcabl adjutment would b
It I at ted that the repreaentatlv of
b da facto government ha delayed ln
ng Hi tentative agreement bcua the
American conferee will not el a defi
nite date for withdrawal of General f'er
The Day 's War News
t en Vonr I old.
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THE W111TK TARI.tEIl tymrlr,
which waa torpedid yrmtt-nSnr
afternnoo, preanmnblf off the
Irlah l"ot, aank Ihl moriiliia. It
waa hound from Jlrw York for
l.lrerpool with war munition and
crew of ahont a hundred men, all
of whom were eaved eicrpt flv
who were killed when tho torpedo
bit tha liner.
what nr.r.vn m iik the mat -
trrmlned effort made by the
crown prlnre' force to brrtik
through and raptor Verdnn la
now la progrcaa. After Initial
aacceaae at Hill .'101 and lictwrrn
llnuanmnnt ami II audrr mont, the
fiernian have failed to innke pro
gnu, according to f'arl.
WHITE STAR LINER
CYMRIC COES DOWN
Big Ship Struck by Torpedo Weit of
Ireland Stayi Afloat Eleven
Three Buildings of
the Atlas Powder
Works Blown Up
LAKE HOpATrOVa N. 3., My 9It
I reported that tlirea building of tha
Ada I'owder oompany of thl ple were
deatroyed by an exploaloti at noon.
Hetween fi and 1W men ar reported to
hva been killed,
NtCWARK, N. J., My Tw building
atored with dynamite belonging to the
plant of the Atla I'owder company at
Ike Ifopatcong blew tip ahortly after
1 o'clock today, killing at kaat four
men, according to tolephonlo advice.
Five Hundred Are
Killed or Wounded
in Irish Uprising
IONDON, May .-Tha cMualllea in
Piitilln in the recent tlprlalng wer U'i
killed, "M wounded and nlnn mlaalng a
total of til, among hi maji-nly troop
and tha Itfiyal Irlah conthulry, I'ra
mler Aaqulth announced In tha Jloiia
FIVE OF CEEW ARE KILLED
LONDON, May. 0. Lloyda reporta
that the White Star liner Cymric
tumlc at 3 o'clock tbla morning;. All
on board were aaved. ,
WASHINGTON, May 9. In report
ing the torpedoing of the White Star
liner Cymric to the State department
today, American Consul Front at
Queenotown aald five of Ita crew of
107 men were killed by the ex
plosion, H gald It appeared that
the attack waa made without warn
ing. The aurvlvora, he reported, will
land about noon today at Bantray.
Mfienge regarding the Cymric from
Conaul Kroat through th fttafa depgrt
ment aald th vecl wa torpedoed at 4
p. m, yeaterdey, 138 mile weat of Faet
net, that It aank at S a, m. today and
that tha crew arrived at Hanlry at noon
"Cymric cleared New York April
without paaaenger," aald one meneage.
"flupoaed mixed targo with hnrae. tn
admiralty ervlc, Torpedo hit engine
room, killing flvo out of craw of 1W, Ab
enr of warning InfeiTable."
I,ondon dlapatche yeiterday aald the
38,flfOfon temhlp Cymr'e had been tor
pedoed by a German auhmarlne. A me
aage from Uueenatnwn laet night ald tha
veeel, torpedoed at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon, wa ntlll afloat and waa pro
ceeding to an Irlah port. Tha Cymric laft
New York April 29 wlih a large cargo of
war munition for Mverpool. It had been
In aervlca a a freighter for aeveral
week and carried no paaenger, It
crew numbered about. YD men. none of
whom, so far e known at th White Ftar
office In New York, 1 an American,
Revision Report is
Referred to Bishops
FAItATOGA PFRINOH. May .-A r
vlaed ritual for the Methodlat Kpiacopal
church wa virtually aaaured today when
tho Methodlat genoral conference by an
overwhelming voto referred to tha board
of blahop the report of th communion
on reyialon of ritual, Tho blahopa wore
authorlted bv tho conference to accept
or reject the report, or to make any
change they cnnaldered dealrabln.
Thl action tame after a prolonged de
bate over tha phrnaeology of the prayer
employed In the bantlem of children. It
la underatood th member of th blah
op' board ar virtually unanlmoua In
their dealr for revlalon and any change
made In the committee' report will b
of minor Importance.
Governor Charlea II, Whitman In an
addrea to the conference rnada a pie
for preparedne for pcce a well a
"I yielded to no man In my love of
peace," he aald, "but I tand agalntt
th propoaltlon that, no prlca I too great
to py for peaca. Nor do I bellev that
Chrlatlanlty ltaelf ) committed to any
dogma of pacifism. Chrletlanlty I a
Are for Roosevelt
JACKBOV, Mich., May K.-When IT. H.
Batdorff of Battle f'reek in hi addreai
a temporary chairman of tha atata pro-
greaalv convention her today declared
hlmaelf In favor of Itooaevelt' nomlna
Hon tumult broke lonae.
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