• EAGLE PASS, Texas — The stage is completely set along the border opposite this section of Texas for a new Mexican revolt. Gov. Curranza of Coahuila will head it, having officially proclaimed the Huerta government “Spurious.” The international bridge across the Rio Grande to Piedras Niegras is lined with men, women and children, mostly Mexicans, all fleeing to the American side for protection. U.S. troops are preparing to protect Americans along the border.

• WASHINGTON — Saturday evening, following the formal entry into Washington of “General” Rosalie Jones and her “army of hikers” from New York, rival demonstrations will be made by the suffragists and anti-suffragists of the capital. The suffragists have planned a large banquet, and a similar affair will be held by the “antis.”

• The new post office plans have been sent out today to S.F. Beeler, C.A. Alexander and the Elder Mercantile Company. These firms will make bids for the work when the bids are opened on April 4.

• The Associated Charities had collected almost $150 up to noon today for the hospital fund for Raymond Winters, the little 10-year-old boy who was burned recently when some gasoline exploded which he mistook for kerosene.

• A season of activity is ahead for the Missouri Pacific through Ottawa. It will include the reballasting of the entire line from Kansas City to Hoisington, a distance of 285 miles and the laying of 90 pound rails from Ottawa to Herington. The rails from Ottawa to Herington, 100 miles, are at present 75-pound rails. The bed was widened last year to make ready for the heavy steel.

• BOLEY, Okla. — A unique experiment is being tried here. A town, founded by the railroad, is a blacks-only town. No whites live there. About 8 years ago, the Fort Smith and Western Railroad was built across the state, passing here. Contractor Boley was a friend of the negro; he believed he had better impulses in him than the white man brings out; that if put upon his own responsibility he would rise to higher levels and better things. Boley came to the conclusion that if the colored people separated from the whites and had their own towns, they would make greater progress and be happier. Today Boley has a population of 2,000 people.

• WASHINGTON — Mrs. Myra McHenry, Wichita, Kan., who has a record in the cause of woman’s suffrage second to none, not even the Pankhursts, so far as trials and tribulations are concerned, has announced her intention of carrying the banner of suffrage at the head of the Kansas delegation which march in the suffrage pageant on March 3. In the course of 10 years labor for woman’s suffrage, Mrs. McHenry has been put in jail 37 times, “egged” four times and dunked in cold water twice. She has also been jailed several times for smashing up saloons in company with the late Mrs. Carrie Nation, with whom she worked for years. Mrs. McHenry admits that she is a live wire and, although she will not say she approves of the bomb and cobblestone methods en vogue in Great Britain, she said today that Mrs. Pankhurst and her followers had their reasons.