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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1910.
. . VILLA FLEES TO GUERRERO HILLS,
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Sffconllntitd '"m rfl,: "ne
i? rarranzistas and Villistas have had
& another of their usual clashes.
VILLA BURNS .MIDGES TO CUT
OFF AMERICAN PURSUERS
Et, PASO. Tex., March 30. Fran
cisco Villa ond a bnml of his outlaws
today arc reported to lie IlcelnK southward
from Santo Tomas toward Guerrero, or
possibly to some point nearer Chihuahua
City with American troops In pursuit.
Dispatches Indicated that the bandits
had reached Santo Tomas, halfway be
tween Madera nnd Chihuahua City, yester
day, nnd nflcr burning bridges and tin
Dressing natives Into their service, pro
ceeded toward districts known to bo
friendly. It 13 scarcely to be thought he
will bo very closo to Chihuahua City,
since a strong Cnrranzn garrison Is re
In his (light to Santo Tomas Villa toro
tin railroad trncks for miles, and burned
bridges to block American pursuers. It
I, thought tho American columns cannot
be more than 20 to .0 mites In the rear
of tho bandits, since a force yesterday
was searching tho Santa Catnrlna can
yon, and nnother forco was In the region
Santo Tomas Is nenr tho Santa Maria
Biver, In tho valley of the same name,
but many miles from tho Santa Catarlna
Canyon, where American troops headed to
took for Villa. The vlllago Is due south
f Xnmlnullta and about 30 miles' north-
lest of Guerrero, where General Pershing
Is believed to hnvo placed troops. If there
are troops nt Guerrero they have been cut
off from Madera, their base of communi
cations. With Villa thus apparently located, It
Is believed that It General Pershing's
troops can exceed Villa's pace they wilt
engage lilin within 18 hours.
Tho messngo from Santo Tomas In
dicated Villa behaved llko a madman.
His troops appeared desperate. It would
not bo surprising If ho turned nt bay
and met tho Issue simarcly or tried an
Another message last night said Villa
had passed through" Santa Catarlna on
his way to Santo Tomas. It said tho
American nilvnnco troops had not yet
reached Santa Catarlna, nnd that they
wero In fact two days' rldo behind the
Santo Tomns Is historically Important
as tho homo of tho first revolutionary
outbreak against President Diaz In 1910.
It was launched by a small revolutionary
band who fortified the town. Federal
soldiers ordered from Chihuahua City
went out by rail and shelled the town,
nearly ruining It and putting tho rebels
General Pershing loft Colonla Dublan
last night by motorcar for JIndern, whero
ho proceeded by horseback to Uablcora,
passed to tho cast side of tho Sierra
Madres, and Is believed to have joined
Colonel Dodd somewhere in that locality.
REPORT OF VILLA IN HIDING
NEAR RORDER DISCREDITED
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., March 30. Gen
eral Pershing reports that VIHIsta forces
were seen yesterday nbout EC miles south
of Casas Grandes. General Funston Is
now hopeful that tho American cavalry
detachments which raced with Villa to cut
off his Illght southward liavo been suc
cessful, and that they havo once more
"turned" him toward tho north.
If Villa's efforts to cscapo to his moun
tain refuge hnvo been brflkcd, say army
officers at Fort Sam Houston, his capture
or dcatlt Is certain. I.lttlo credences Is
,glven to tho statement nt VA Paso of
Villa's former nvlator, Frederlco W. Perez,
that tho bandit leader was wounded nt
Columbus, and has since been hiding near
(This report probably applies to a sep
arate band of Villistas, apart from their
leader, ns all reports recently have hull
. cated that tho outlaw chieftain was with
the bands llceing southward.)
SUPPLY TRAINS TO PERSHING,
READY TO MOVE, FACE ATTACK
EL PASO, Tex.. March 30. Supplies for
the American forces In Mexico will go for
ward by rail beforo night. There was in
tense activity nt the quartermaster's of
fice today. Kvery nvallablo man was
pressed Into service ti speed supplies for
the pursuers ofFrancl.ico Villa.
General Cnrranza's parmlssion to uss
the Mexican Northwestern Hallway for
commercial frhlpments Is regarded as a
distinct help to the American troops, so
far as regards getting tho supplies started,
but It Is nevertheless feared at Fort Hllss
that thero will bo considerable delay after
the heavily laden cars havo crossed the
border Tho Carranza Government H
scarcely able Itself to operate trains b -tween
Juarez and Cnsas Grandes, fiwii
when heavily guarded, trains have been
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XJXUUJb' .UN PURSUIT
held up and robbed, and not Infrequently
derailed nnd wiccked.
,l J t'Sped nt Fort ma ,hftl 'he First
Chief wilt further yield nnd let the Amer
icans guard these supply trains, or else
furnish guards of Carranna troops.
American troops In Mexico nre said to
number 9000 nnd aro on short rations, ac
cording to persons arriving hero from tho
Cnsas Grandes district.
Major General William Klllott, of tho
quartermaster's corps, In direct chnrgo of
supplying the troops In Mexico, stated to'
day that ho had not yet received Instruc
tions to ship through .Tuarez. He ills,
patched ten cars of supplies to Columbus
during the night, nnd beforo noon sent
an additional motor train of 27 trucks to
Columbus. Another 27 wero due to bo for
warded to Columbus this afternoon. VA
Ilott said ho would eontlne to regard Co
lumbus as the principal base of supplies
tor tho expedition until further orders.
Brigadier General Hell, commander nt
Fort Hllss, received a code messago from
General Funston at Ran Antonio. Tho
contents wero believed to deal with for
warding supplies via the Mexican North
western from Juarez. There nre already
about 1G0 motor trucks engaged In com
mlssnry service between Columbus and
Cnsas Grandes. Klllott said this scrvlco
was proving adequate.
FACE ARREST AS PLOTTERS
WASHINGTON, Mnrch 30. Tho Dc
pnrtment of Justice expects early develop
ments In nn Investigation It Is conducting
Into tho sourco of Villa's funds In this
It was learned today the department
hnd a mass of evidence, tending to show
both American nnd foreign support for J
Horst von der Ooltz, who has returned
from Kngland to testify In tho bomb plot
enses, was questioned by department
agents on this point. He was formerly
with Villa's nrmy and la thought to havo
valuable Information iih to Villa's ex
pensive backing, both financial and moral.
Tho department already Is said to havo
evldenco enough to arrest several per
sons connected with tho Villa campaign.
They nro not making arrests, however. It
Is said, fearing they would spoil tho wholo
Investigation by nrrestlng two or three
"little men" nnd thereby scaring oft tho
The Investigation Is being conducted
both at the border nnd New York. Tho
border end nt present Is considered tho
more Important because all details of the
combination between Villa and his alleged
financial backers aro being worked out
WOULD EXPEL FOREIGNERS
HOSTILE TO CARRANZA
QinniCTAUO, Mcx., March 30. Gen
eral Alvaro Obregon, Minister of War In
the Carranza Cabinet, had advised the
expulsion of all foreigners from Mexico
who hnvo given nny assistance of any
kind whatsoever to tho forces which are
hostile to the Constitutionalists. Tho sug
gestlon was made to tho Foreign Minister.
U. S. ORDERS EIGHT AIRCRAFT
FOR MEXICAN EXPEDITION
WASHINGTON, Mnrch 30. To meet
tho emergency caused by tho breaking
down of most of tho nrmy's aeroplanes.
Secretary of War Haker today authorized
the signal corps to purchaso In tho open
market eight new ncroplanes, nt an ap
proximate cost of $10,000 each. They will
bo sent to tho border ns soon ns available
FORCES MOVE TO BLOCK RAID
Third U. S. Cavalry Dispatched Into
WASHINGTON, March 30. Tho third
squadron of tho 3d United States Cavalry
has been sent from Fort Sam Houston to
Fort Wnggold, In the Brownsville district,
according to a report to tho War Depart
ment today by General Funston.
This action was taken ns precautionary
because of reports that bandits again
wero operating In tho Ilrownsvlllo section.
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DU PONT NITRATE PLANT
BILL BEFORE SENATE
Saulsbury Introduces Measure
Bu a Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, March 30. Senator
Raulsbury, of Dolaware, today Introduced
the bill suggested by tho 13. I. du Pont do
Nemours Powder Company for n $20,000,
000 nitric plant. Under tho terms of the
measure, tho company will furnish tho
capital, build the plant nnd Bupply the
United States Government with tho cssen-
tlats of high explosives nt a price to ba I
flxod by the Government. Tl.o only condi
tion In tho bill Is that tho present water
power laws be so changed as to grant the
company a B0-ycar leaso for protection on
The bill was Introduced by Senator
Saulsbury, nftcr ho had rend In the Sennte
tho communication from PJcrro C. du Pont,
president of tho company, to Secretary of
War llakcr. Senator Kenyon, of Iowa,
who favors Government manufacture of
war materials, nskod If tho bill was drawn
by Senator Saulsbury or tho powder com
pany. Tho Senator from Delaware replied
that the bill had been suggested by tho
Senator Kenyon then had read tho bill
that tho Senato Commlttco on Agrlculturo
has ngreed to, whereby certain water
power sites aro to bo withdrawn by tho
Government for the establishment of a
Federal nltrnto plant.
Members of the mllltnry committees In
both houses expressed great Interest In
the proposal of tho du Pont company.
Representative Gordon, of Ohio, ono of
the majority members of the Military Af
fairs Committee, said:
"That proposition Is worth considering."
Senator Chamberlain of Oregon, chairman
of tho Senato Military Affairs Commit
Dnngcr of Flood Passes
Fears of a flood north of Mnnayunk
wero set nt rest today by tho receding of
tho Schuylkill Illvcr. Water above the
Flat lloch Dam this morning wns eight
Inches below tho level of yesterday.
By Edgar Rice Burroughs
Tarzan again plunges Into a
cerics of startling adventures.
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Chnrlcs llirrls, 201 R K. Huntl-wlon at . and
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Louis P Wanhlnnton, 4233 Falrmount ave..
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i to $5 Shoes... A'W
Nn Mull nr 1'linnn Order
I'atcnt coltskln with diamond tips
nnd ehnmpagno tops, laco or button.
Alto Ktny nnd cliampncnp Hght-
Inrh lure IioiiIb, with full Iratlier
I.ouIh heels nnd plain toes.
Women's $3 and I $1 QC
$3.50 Shoes X.ZfJ
Slzrw !W lo7 III Int.
nun - metal calf, patent coltskln,
glazed kidskln and tan Russia calf.
Plain or tipped toes. Dull calf or
fawn and gray cloth tops.
Men's $3.50 to SGO' QC
Shoes J .0
Patent coltskln, gun-metal calf, tan
Itussla calf and glazed kidskln. Also
some ninety pairs samples from
llxrrlxlor Nlioe Co., Portsmouth, Ohio.
In sizes 0',ii, 7 und 7Vi; widths B
Lit Brothers PIHST PIXJOH, NORTH
Big: & Little Girls
$1.50 to $2 Shoes
clean-up of recent big sales. Dull
& shiny leathers : button or UIiA-her.
Sizes C to 2 In lot
l Women's 25c & 35c
Fibre Silk lIQ,
I Stockings 1I7C
Jj Seamless. Illack. white aijd colors.
50c and 75c Thread I OQp
Silk Stockings f v
S Iiroken lines: some slightly Boiled.
J In colors, blnck & white. Also seam-
J less flbro silk plaited ; 3ome lmper-
i 50c to 75c Underwear, 25c
i No Mall or Phone Orders
5 Women's and children's vests, panta
r and union suits in part wool, lisle
5 thread nnd line cotton. All shapes In
t lot Somewhat rumpled.
Lit Brothers PIHST FLOOR, SOUTH
$1.25 to ,$2 OQ
House Dresses J uv
Samples and slight Imperfections
os two letuimo wafers.
Striped, checked and plain percales
and ginghams. Also white pique.
Tailored or embroidery-trimmed.
All colors and sizes. Limited lot.
$2 Silk Petticoats, 98c
Taffeta or messallne. In plain or
changeable colors. Tailored models,
with cotton underruftles.
Lit Brothers SECOND FLOOR
$1 Undermuslins, 69c
Chemise, camisoles, cowiMaoKons and
Of nainsook, with lace, medallions
and ribbon. Some with embroidery.
Many pretty models.
Lit Brothers SECOND FLOOR
Some l.oU Xlmltetl
Royal Wiltons, 99 CA
8.3x10.6 ft i "JU
$27.50 and $30 Body
Brussels, 9x12 and $1 Cf
9x10.6 ft '
$15 and $18 Seamless Tapes
try Brussels, 9x12 $1A
and 8.3x10.6 ft... ,. i xv
$15 Seamless Velvet $- A
nilfia CtO ft i V
$1.35 to $2 Bath Rugs a.
each Sflc to fl.39
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