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THE WASHINGTON TfiMES. FRIDAY, MARCH 24; .1910.
aplte feaTa of n Mexican uprising.
The police arrested Kmlllo Valcnsucla,
publisher of El constitution, r Mexican
newspaper. Jin was charged with print
ilnx an editorial seeking to arouae hatred
j for Amctlcana amone tho Mexican rel
; dents of tho city, night employes also
jtvoro taken Into custody. Tho newspa
;pcr Wis suppressed.
- Tho editorial stated tho entry of
American troops meant that Mexico
.was losing- Its honor. It called upon all
ryounj? men to rally to tho Mexican
. In connection with tho absence of
i trouble between the American forces
land Mexican residents of small towns
find rnnches, It was learned that the
CSIcxIcnna aro reaping a rich harvest by
selling small wares to tho United States
'Army Anxiously Waits
! For News of Fighting
I BAN ANTONIO. March St. Army
ibffleerH at Fort 8am Houston stood
?elOftn In Mm Inlncrrntili ItmtrlimentM
-today, anxiously awaiting word oNJ
ithe rumored battle liotweon Vllstai
"nnd a combined force of United Htatcs
.uoMlcrs and Oarranzlstaa at 121 Uso.
yNo confirmation has yet been receiv
- Tho request made yesterday by CJen
Jeral Punstoii for a full report of
"American operations south of Csjihh
rCIrandca has as yet been unanswered,
;lt Is stated.
; If a fllmtle shot has bcon fired at
-American soldiers by hostile Mexicans
?lnce General l'orshlng's expedition
-crossed the border nine days ago.
-Fttnsion directing the man hunt from
-headquarters here. lias not been In-
I While thre Is a direct conflict In
:rerorts rerelvcd bv General Funston
:.nncernlng tho alleged revolt by
; n. I.uls Hen era. former Carranza.
-commander In Chihuahua It Is stated
'at headquarters that latest Informa
tion Indicates that Herrera Is not In
:rm against tho United Htates.
: Full reports from Chihuahua City,
:clerir.ic up tho situation, are expect--ed
:Catron Believes It Easy
For U. S. to Whip Mexico
Senator Catron of New Mexico save
' General B1I can easily protest Kl Faso,
-and "could go through Mexicans like
;wind through a sieve."
I "No formidable) forco could form In
;JIexico to move on El Paso," said
.Senator Catron. "General Bell has a
force of approximately 2.C0O Infantry
Fend artillery; at Gl Paso.
j "With that force he could go through
t twice that many Mexicans as easy as
twlnd would go through a sieve. The
t Mexicans will not form In any large
t hostile forco. To do so would at once
rdraw upon them the United State
E troops, and they aro far too cunning
IMore Troops Sent
f To Mexican Border
"Battalion of Twenty-first Infantry
I Ordered to El Centro, Col.,
: at Bell's Request.
j A battalion of tho Twenty-first In
fantry, stationed at Vancouver bar
j racks, near Portland, ore., was ordered
r today to proceed to El Cantro, Cal., In
; compliance with a request from General
J IB ell.
t .'El Cantro lies In the Imporlal valley.
. : about ten miles from tho International
' .boundary. An Irrigation project centers
tthcrc, but its source is within Mexico.
, The reason for tho request was not
"revealed, but It was assumed that per-
chaps..danger to the irrigation system
Asphalt to Be Laid
At Bridge Triangle
Aevenue, Twenty-sixth and M
Streets to Be Repaved
About April 15.
Asphalt paving ulll be laid or.
Pennsylvania avenue, on M stieet be
tween Twenty-sixth and Twenty-ninth,
'nn.1 n.. ft. n.tt .-il li dt.ent llftlll'Afln ttlA
tim itu v.' r - . .-..vvv b, ....
Aenuo ami m tireei an soon as iisoi
tincks of the Capital Traction
l on1- '
lny ate icmovcd
Thc work will be done by the Crn-
.i n....i.. in.-.,.n... ii.. Ana, Aati.
nuitMl nt SW.O0O. will be divided bctw.en'
ihn nutrlpl iinrl thr rnllwnv romrmtiv,
D. K. McCbmo. engineer of bridges,
said today Unit woik on tho trunsler
of the tracks will be begun about April
15, and it Is expected will bo completed
hy May IS. , ,
Inspection of streets recommended
for Improvement wan made today by
the Commissioners with CongriMsan
Itobcrt X. Page, C. Hasroni Sl?mp,
Haines McAndiews and ('hurles C.
Davis, members of a subcommittee of
the House Appisprlatlon Committee.
Lieut. Shackleton Back.
LONDON, Maicli 24.--Lieut. Ernest
Shackleton, noted Anturctlc cxplioer,
Iirh returned from his latest dash to
ward tho South Pole, according to dls
putches from Sydney, New South Walts.
The results of the exploration have not
yet been announced.
To Hear Defense Talk.
A mooting of the Horloty of Coloul il 1
Wars will be hriu tomorrow evening
at tho Wlllard In ccinincmoititlon of
Jiarvlnnd Dav. wlwn Frederick L.
lluldekopcr will driver nn tiddress on
preparcdncBS. Swcpson Earlo of Hultl
:noro will nlso sne.ik, tho colonial homes
of Maryland being bin topic. After the
piectlne n 8tiu"t.wl!i bo Hcrvtil.
Talks on Gun Design.
Lieut R. K. Turner, P. 8. N., gave
an Illustrated lectin c on gun design
herore the Washington navy yard
blanch of tho American Society of Ma
rine Draftsmen In Northeast Temple
last night. Steps were taken looking
to tho appointment of a special com
mittee tn attend the Irtliquot of the so
ciety at the annual convention at Nor
folk in April.
THE WEATHER REPORT.
Tnn forecast for tho District of Colum
biaPartly cloudy and warmer tonight
nml Batunlnyj tempernturo tonight
above freezing; moderate east and
Mtirylawl-Partly cloudy anil warmer
tonight and Katurday; moderate east
to southeast winds,
Virginia Partly cloudy an d warmer
tonight and Katurday; moderate east
to southeast winds,
(I!. H. Bureau,)
f a. m Kl
(i a. m 'Jl
10 n. m 40
11 a. in
12 noon t-
1 p. in 11
High tide, 11:18 a. in. and 11:44 p. m.
Low tide, S;1S a. m. and ti : 16 p. m.
fcun rose 5:5S i Kun sets ti;l
Light automobile lamps nt 6.44 p. m.
Herrera Revolt Denied
The Htato and War departments re-
crlvod strong denial today of reports
that General Luis Herrera and 2,000
Carranzlsta troops at Chihuahua had
revolted nnd Joined Villa.
Tho State Department denial came tn
a report from United States Consul
Marlon Letcher, at Chihuahua City.
The reports to tho War Department
camo from Major General Funstoti.
Officials were Inclined to ocoept
these reports, but with some reserva
tion. General Funston. In his telegram to
Secretary of War Maker, said:
'General Herrera, in a telegram to
General Gavlra, strongly denies all re
ports no litis gone over to villa. Gen
eral Gutierrez, governor of Chlhuanuii,
in a letter to GrtiiTiil Gavlrn. nlso
strongly dnles these reports."
Gavlia Is the military commandant of
the Carrnnzn gnrrlson at Juaicz.
United States Consul Letcher reported
that llerrorn renin I in loyal to tho de
facto government and Is still military
commander of the Carranr.a garrison
Secretary of War Ilaker said that ha
had received no other dispatches from
Mexico Under U.S.Rule
Is Dream Along Border
KL PASO. Tex.. March 24.-F.I Paso,
war capital of tho United States, la
frankly for mr-tht more war the bet
ter El Puso will like It.
Mexico in American hands Is El Pao'
dream. Its hotel lobbies today .lie
lined with millionaires who have made
their stake In Northern Mexico, who
dieani of tho day Uncle Sam will throw
his protection over tho rich mining and
cattle region of the south and allow
them to rlto up their millions without
fear of revolution.
They arc frankly adventurers. Some
have discorded tho high boots for the
patent leather pumps, the 'horses for
the motor. Others, new products, havo
still tho Irok of the pioneer. For all,
Moxlco In American hands spells mil
lions, "Hell, ain't we Americans? Aln t we
entitled to tho same protection as New
York? We made our money Just as
honestly as Wall Street did and a )
sight more so," said one miner who
sits In the boards in Wall Street.
These millionaires own vast tracts,
rich mlnc3, great forests, mostly by
grant of some Mexican dictator.
Labor was cheap. It was easy to run
a shoestring Into a shoestore. They did
It. They took a chance, but now they
ask Uncle Sam to double rivet their
title. , ,
Ask them why St. Louis, New Tork
and Chicago boys should march to death
to clear their title, apd they don't un-
Asks School Here
For Feeble Minded
Tinkham Bill Would Appropriate
$500,000 for Institution in
Congressman Tinkham of Massa
chusetts, a member of the House Dis
trict Committee, Introduced today a
bill to appropriate $500,000 to estab
lish a school for tho feeble minded
within the District of Columbia.
Mr. Tinkham proposes that the In
stitution r.hull be called "The Colum
bia Training School." and It shall be
used for the training of mental de
fectives, InclBdlng weak-minded boys,
girls, and adultH, who require super
vision, but who are aot adjudged In
sane, Tli millwir nf lha bill savs it has
the upprovui of tho Monday Evening
i,..i. .. unntnl UaivIm nnnplmunl
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"I llie I'.piBUUI'UJluil uiwtcne, hid -.-
dron's Council, tho Associated Char-
Me, and. official connected with
fitvnir.il schools or me cuv.
The Tinkham. bill will be referred
to the House District Committee.
Portrait Presented to
District Supreme Court
Urlef ceremonies marked the hanging
011 the south wall of the general term
courtroom today of an oil painting of
the late Chief ustlce Harry M. Cla
baugli, ot the District Supreme Court.
Attorney Vllllam M. Lowln, former
president of the Har Association, pre
sented the picture on behalf of the as
sociotlon. Chief Justice Covington ac
cepted the picture on behalf of tho
The painting Is 30 by 49 Inches, and
represent" the late Jurist sitting In a
chair. The picture is by Louis II. G;b
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General Futnton during tho night or
early morning. Ho said that Kunston
liml not nuked for additional trooos
since tho Fifth Cavalry and Twenty
fourth Infantry wero sent to tho border.
Secretary Ilaker would not discuss
what steps the department Ic taking to
re-enforce General Pershing's Mexican
President' Get 8 Reports.
All the reports on Hcrrera's .revolt
wero laid before President Wilson nnd
Tho sending of more troops to re-en-
forco Pershing, as well as the border
patrol, and nlso the protocol being ar
ranged with CniioniA for uso of the
northern Mexican railways Is being con
sidered. Tho Slate Department awnltcd Car
riuizn'a final approval of the protocol
tinder negotiation. Thn Cabinet was
agierd upon the plan. Delay In Its for
mal ratification was reported due to two
causes, desire of this Government to
Include all possible circumstances which
mny arise from the presence of Ameri
can troops In Mexico and desire of Cnr
rnnza for concessions which will pro
vent popular criticism.
fact., niost. of them are
ns ready to saddle and go to battle as
they ate tb send others.
A notch 'dowh"are the merchants,
hotclkeepers, business men to whom un
interrupted traffic spells good living.
They fatten a the men higher up pros
per. Their works have the same Interest.
Then, to&rthey believe rfpen wur would
mean the end of tho menace which has
lasted since tho Alamo. Kl Paso, with
her 75.000 people. Is CO per cent Mexi
can. Across the border are 1S.v more
Mexicans at Juarez, with only the
shallow rtlo Grande, which General
Funston could wade. Carranza soldiers
sit at the other end of the International
brldgo taking toll.
Ilut beyond the appeal of gold, lead,
and cnttfe Is another reason. The bor
der has suffered. American cattlo have
been stolen, American mines and
ranches have been plundered, American
women have been attacked and their
babes at breast slain.
Every town, every hamlet along the,
border, has the proof In gravestones or
wrecked lives. The average Texan hates
tho Mexican trl-color as the crusader
hated the crescent,
ar with Mexico miy be a matter of
politics, business or statesmanship with
tho great East aud Central States, but
with the border It Is as deep seated as
Right or wrong, wise or foolish, the
border Is for war. The rest of the
I'nlled States might as well consider
that at the start.
To Reaeh U.S. Today
Liner Matura To Be Met at
Quarantine by Secretary
NEW" VOItK. March :i.-Colonel
Roosevelt will return this afternoon
from hfs'trlp to the West Indies.
A waiting world of politicians Is anx
iously expecting some sort of a pro
nouncement from the Bull Moose leader
as soon as tho liner Matura reaches
A number had planned to meet the
vessel down the bay. but Roosevelt's
secretary, John McGrath, called the
Instead, the colonel will only be met
by several score newspaper men and
Tho erstwhile Progressive candidate
and Mrs. Roosevelt will motor directly
to Oyster Hay after the ship docks.
Passage Is Forecast
The House, by a vote of 2S2 to 74. this
afternoon determined on Immediate
consideration a', the Durnett Immigra
Tho vote Indicates that the measure.
vetoed by Presldenti Tnft and Wilson to war strength. He has been kept busy
because of the literacy tct It proposes, the last several dnvs recording tho
will 'pass overwhelmingly. names of thoe who huve ilrmlfcd their
Its nmux.irp nionm wur wlih Jnrmn in Intention to Jolp nrovldi'ri the compnv
us pusct,e means war wiui japan in , , rt , , ( ,n tfJt h i
six months. Ctngresiman Bennett, of penco complement of men and officers
New Vork, dcilnrcd m oppojtnr con- and has been ndjudred the best trained
sldcratlon. I company In the State
Congressman Burnett, Its author, re- -r ,A ,,,. . .
torted that had it been in effect toJd.nMlMte?
day the present trouble with Villa . turn to their home near Glendale
would have bcon avoided. April 15. :,
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Undaunted by Desert Experi
ence, He Continues Scout
ing for Pershing's Troops.
COLUMDUfc', N. M March 21,-Arinjr
messages from Casns Qrandca today
Indicate that Aviator" rdgni' S. Goncll,
undaunted by Ills experiences, when
lost for forty-eight hours In the Mexi
can desertr. Is again Hying ahead of
Prlgadler General Pershing's expedi
After rcplenlihlng Ills gasolene supply
irom nn army transport trick, lieuten
ant Gnriell toured nwny townnl the
The crew of the trnnsport found Gor
lell rented In the shade of his biplane.
He hnd ninilo his wuy on fool to 'tho
wagon trait, left n. unto plnn.ed to a
stick of woor and returned to his bi
plane, after lralng directions where
ho might be found.
Mother Lives in Baltimore.
Lieutenant Gorrell Is the son of Mrs.
Clin r oh K, Gorrell, 2311 North Charles
street, llaltlmorc. He was born and
educated In Baltimore. At that time his
parents lived at 417 East Lanvale
street and their son attended the ele
mentary schools and Baltimore City Col
lege, leaving after his third year to
enter West Point, to which ho was ap
pointed by the lato Senator latdor ltay
ner. After graduation from tho Point
in 1812, he was assigned as second lieu
Uliant to the Thirtieth Infantry, ana
was sent to Fort Haines, Alaska.
Schooner Sinks, All Sail
Set, Off Jersey Coast
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J March 24.
Members of tho Coast I'atiol here are
mystified as to the Identity of a tw.i
mosted schooner found sunk In seven
teen fathoms of water off Matiasquun
yefterday by Cartaln Fred Slddle, of
Anglcsca. who reported the dl'covcry
The crnft went down with all sill
set. Because of a northwest gale Sid
dl was unnblo to make a close ex
amination. There was no trace of the
E. W. Townsend May Seek
New Jersey Senatorship
JfONTCLAIR. N. J March !4.-Ed-ward
W. Townsend, of Montclalr. for
mer member of Congress from tho
Tenth district. Is being mentioned for
the United States Senate to succeed
Senator Mnrtlne. Mr. Towhsend. who
served two tivms In Congresi. Is post
mprter of Montclalr.
Mr. Townse-id not only has produced
rnrular fiction. Hi', it (he author of n
text-book in the Constitution of the
Liiited Stala. Refore .tolng to Con
gu'ss he had faii'U'arlrcd himself with
affairs at tho Xntlr.nal Capital through
lilt servlco for iwo ai years as it 8na
toi's secrriniy. si'd later as a prtti
Colored Woman Burned
As Oil Lamp Explodes
Martha Randeo, colored, was burned
about the head and body at her home
at 1S32 Walter Street southeast early
today when an oil lamp exploded She
wut removed to Casualty Hospital.
The blare did little damage.
, Delegate R. Lee Van Horn has In
troduced a Mil In the State Legislature
changing the provision of the present
street Improvement Jaw of tills town.
The present law places the entire cost
of the construction of streets and side
walks upor. the abutting property, while
an Horn's measure will divide the ex
pense between the town and the prop
Funeral services for Marie Agnes
LIU, who died Wednesday at the homo
nf her father. Gecrgo Llti. at Capitol
fiom tho home. -Requiem mass will be
relehmieil nt Ki. Mnifhin.' pi.i ..!
eelehrated at St. Matthias' Chi.rch.
Capitol Heights and Interment will be
at St. Marj'fc Cemetery.
Roger Crotby Is III nt the home of his
rarents. Mr. rJid Mrs. John Crosby,
near Upper Mnrlboro,
Should Company F Se called into ser
vice on account of the Mexican sltua-
I "Vfl: STiffi1 i?rCv,R.f'r.w.V i "?"
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. Kaufman
Capital Boy Scouts
To Be Awarded Patrol Making
Best Showing in Compe
To encourage Boy Scouts to be neat
and accurate, a silver cup has been pro
vided by tho WuMilugton headquarters
for presentation to the patrpl that
make the best thowlne nt a competi
tion to be held next month.
The accuracy with which tho scouts
execute their movements on the march,
and their personal appearance whllo In
uniform, will dctermlno tho winning
Kuch troop will be permitted to outer
one patrol of t-ighl scouts In the com
petition, durlmr which ihnv um 1..
commanded by their patrol leader In
stead of by tho scoutmaster.
Tho uniform to be worn at (ho Inspec
tion will consist of tho regulation nut,
cout, breeches and legglns. Neatness'
nnn cicuininess o: appearance will
count points, including espcclul'y tho
condition of hues. General deportment
while on th? field nlso will be noted.
Tho competition proLnbly will be held
on tlm Monument GtonndH or. In Puto
The cup will bo on exhibition at tho
Boy Scout headuuniters In the Corcoran
Building early next week. The luilgcn
for the contest will he the board of
luspectora of the Police Department,
which Includes Inspector F, ra. Cross,
Cant. R. K. Doyle, nnd Capt. Danljf
Stereoptlcon slides made during tho
scouts' exhibition on. the Monument
Grounds Ibst Katurday, which was
filmed by sevoral motion-picture week
lies, will be used by fcontmnslcr Pat
ton In a lecture he will gvo beforo lh
Home Club of the Interior Department
The lecture will Ic repealed at dif
ferent places In the clly next week.
GREKN CABTLK. lnd "March 24.
Three foreign workmen weie Injured In
a quarry two miles southwest of hero
when 4,600 pounds of dynamite let go
early today. The explosive wa being
warmed by stam pipe.
that's why they're en
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To Install New Officers
- Of Hebrew Aged Home
The new officers of the Hebrew Homo
for Aged will bo Installed by the Jodlcs'
auxiliary nt tho Institution, 115 M
street northwest, next Thursday night
nt 7:50 o'clock.
The offlcera arc Df. Benjamin New
house, president: Mrs. B. Robin, vlco
president; Mrs, M. Mollnsky, sergcant-nt-Mrins:
Miss It. Yiidjclevlt, recording
secietary. nnd Mrs. L Wclscnuerg,
At the ejection last Thursday night
high praise was given M. Lclnxon, the
letlrltjg president, for his services.
Hearing to Be Private
In $250,000 Mayo Suit
NEU' TOlUf Xfnrnli 91 In ftrHir IhVt
Mrginlufl St. Julian Mnyo, millionaire
manufacturer of Now Haven nnd New
l Vork, may efenno publicity. Supremo
Court Ji.Ktlto Gavegan appointed WH
.' Ham A. MvQtinld to tako his testimony
privately In New Haven.
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Siippnrtcri ot tho HoganWIIIItan
ticket for ilecgates to the Republican
convention will hold a rally In Alexan
der Memoilnl Church, Georgetown, ita
nlpht. Addrosse will bo rntide by the
candidates nnd several ot their advo
The Fifth District Republican Club
met In Calvary Bapi?t Church last
night an enthusiastically Indorsed the
Mix other organization, three of them
In Dcanwood. Indorsed tho Itogan-WII-Hston
tlci.ct Wednesday night. The
organizations am tho Dcanwood Cltl
tens' Association. tho i Dcanwood
Heights Republican Hub, thn Hogan
Wllllston Club of Dcanwood. the L
Street Tammanv Republican Club, the
Progrcsslvo Republican Club, and the
Trinidad Republican Club.
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Spring weather. It means
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the merchant with nerve
and the woman who will
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Balance Like Rent
These homes were
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labor not by contract
work I n 9 u r I ng the
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tains six largo rooms,
concrete rellar, gas and
electric lights, Inraa
attic, extra large dou
ble porches, hot-water
heat, hardwood fln
IbIi, steel construction,
servants' toilet In cel
lar, extra large laun
dry tubs, steelcolumns
on front porch, etc,
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