Cohen on Fletcher's staff. Under fire?
a "coh-temptuous ' v HALT I CONTDTTJED FB0M FISST PAGE. equally significant ' is the - report, as yet unconfirmed.- unconfirmed.- that ' President Huerta' is about to hand Nelson O'ShaMghnessy,' the American Charge at Mexico City, his : . . ... - - -. -. .j passports. . ; '...--. '...--. '...--. '...--. r Major Smedley D. Butler- Butler- with marines from the - Prairie, made a sortie up the railway for a considerable distance this afternoon. ' v t '. V ' - Rear Admiral Fletcher's staff is composed composed as follows; , . ; - Chief of . Staff. ' Captain ' Harry . Mcll Huse;-- Huse;-- Huse;-- Adjutant General, -." -." Commander Stonef Quartermaster, ' Lieutenant Commander Commander Edward C. Kalbfus; Brigade Engineer, Engineer, Naval Constructor : Richard. D. Gate wood; Ordinance Officer,: Lieutenant Albert M. Cohen; Aide and Secretary, Lieutenant George McCourts; aides. En-signs En-signs En-signs Good and Hersey; Brigade Surgeon, Middleton S. Elliott; Brigade Commissary, Commissary, Paymaster Christian J. Peoples. 1 May Declare War. -. -. ' For Algara to ask for his passports and O'Shaughnessy to.' receive. Yhls indicates nothing more or less yan that Huerta has resolved to sever all diplomatic relations relations with United States. and If