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EL PASO HERALD
"Week-End Edition, August 29-30, 1914
IS IIJE BIT
Kumor Connects His Pres
ence With Release of Ft.
Francisco Carbajal, provisional pres
ident of Mexico after the resignation
of Huerta. Is believed to be In El
Paso. He is said to have come to El
T Paso Friday from San Antonio and Is
visiting prominent federal Mexicans
In this city.
The former provisional president
fane to the United States from Mexico
City to study English and American
law and expects to locate on the bor
der. While here he is said to be the
guest of Abraham Lujan. a leading
Chihuahua refugee. He was thought
to have been accompanied by Jose
Maria Lujan, minister of interior in
his cabinet, who Is well known In El
Paso and northern Mexico.
Rcinor Says New Revolt.
Carbajal is said to be stopping on
Montana strfet with a friend and is
not making his presence known. Ru
mors in circulation Saturday morn
ing connected the former provisional
president with the release of the Fort
ingate Mexican prisoners and a plan
for getting them into Mexico in a
boclv for the possible purpose of for
mulating a new revolt. This was de
li, ed bv former federals In El Paso.
who claimed that Senor Carbajal, It
In the city. Is here merely for the pur
rose of . seeking a location -for the
practice of his profession, the. law.
Confesses. To Having
Jesus 'San Martin, the man who was
accused offsetting fire to the Curabre
tunnel, has admitted that he started
the fire which destroyed the big Mex
ico Xorth Western tunnel, according to
advices from Fort Wingate. where San
2'inin is being held a prisoner.
San Martin was arrested by the pro
vost guard in 1 Paso several months
after the Curabre tunnel disaster and
was sent to Fort 'Wingate and placed J
in me prison camp, in a letter to
friends .here. San Martin admitted
starting the tunnel fire, but denies that 1
mere was any intention or destroying
the passenger train and snuffing out
the lives of the passengers on board
of it He says that he asked the freight
train crew if there were any more
trains due and he was Informed that
there would be no more through that
The passenger train was running
special and was destroyed In the tunnel
together with its passengers and crew.
St. Louis, Mo , Aug 29 Telegrams
from K. M. Leach, general traffic man
ager of the Texas & Pacific and Inter
national & Great Northern, and H. C
Xinkins, Latin-American agent of .the
Gould lines, assert that affairs In Mex
ico hae reached a sta'e where traffic
with the United States is beiner re
sumed. The International & Great
Northern, in conjunction with the
Texas & Pacific and Iron Mountain,
previous to the trouble in Mexico, ran
through trsins via Laredo. Texas, to
the City of Mexico in connection with"
tne .National Railways of Mexico.
Tne wars there caused a temporary
suspension of the traffic. Mr. Dinkins I
telegraphs that it Is believed that the
-constitutionalists, who have taken
possession of the railroads, will in a
siort time turn the lines back to the
National Railways of Mexico. In the
meantime, Mr. Leach wires that ar
rangements have been made with the
T'onstitutionallets" for an interchange
of traffic between the Gould lines and
the Mexican railways at Laredo. All
freight, both ways, is transferred in the
International & Great Northern yards
FORCES OF ANAYA
CLASH WITH ENEMY
Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 29. Advices re
ceived here from E. V. Anaya, "Con
st. tutionalisf governor of Lower Cali
fornia, who is trying to wrest that
state from the federal garrisoqs, report
an engagement in which four federals
were killed. Anaya said vhls forces had
no losses. The fight Is supposed to have
occurred near MexicalL
BURNS IS CONSUL AT GALVESTON.
JuaT T Burns has taken charge of
the 'Constitutionalist" consulate at
Galveston, according to reports re
New Arrivals In Fall 1914 Woolens
THE BEST IN
H. G. Beckham,- Mgr.
Conference at Nogales Will
Determine Attitude of
Villistas and Carrancisjas are both
closely watching the Ivogales peace
conference, not so much as to whether
it results in peace or war in Sonora,
but as giving an Indication as to the
result of the conference that is now
planned to be held In Mexico City. If
Villa shows an inclination to yield
certain points in the Interests of peace,
it is believed that the prospects for
peace in Mexico will be greatly en
hanced. Plan Mexico City Conference.
The conference Is expected to con
tinue for some days yet. arrange
ments for the Mexico City conference
are now weU under way and it Is be
lieved that Villa and his generals will
accompany Obregon to the capital
when the Kogales conference Is end
ed With the Urge force that he has
recruited, the northern leader will be
in position to make his demands re
ceive respectful hearing.
There Is no probability of further
mutinies bv municipal police forces,
like that which occurred in Mexico
City, according to advices received by
the local consulate. A plan has been
formulated a3d already been put In
execution whereby the police of the
largjB central Mexico cities are to be
replaced by forces from the northern
cities. In some cases the old federal
police will be transferred to northern
cities where there will be no possi
bility of an outbreak.
ON ISTHMUS, REPORT
Veracrur. Mex, Aug. zs. Thar tne
former Huerta soldiers on the Isthmus
of Tehuantepec from Salina Cruz to
Puerto Mexico have revolted and con
trol the isthmian railway. Is the re
port of passengers from that region.
' According to privato messages from
Mexico Citv fighting In the streets
continued Thursday and several per
sons were killed. The censorship In
the capital deprives refugees here of
SMUGGLERS USE AUTOS
WITH FALSE BOTTOMS
Automobiles with false bottoms are
being used to smuggle ammunition ana
arms from El Paso to Juarez. When the
soldiers at the Santa Fe street bridge
made an inspection of an auto going to
Juarez recently, it was disovered that
the bed of the automobile had a false
bottom large enough to store a quan
tity of arms and ammunition. Howev.
there were no arms or ammunition in
the compartment and no arrests were
made. The automobile was ffxed in
Juarez for carrying the ammunition
And was arranged so that a dozen rifles
could be hidden in the false compart
ment without being detected.
Smuggling Is being done at Zara
gosa, near Ysleta. The ammunition is
taken to a point opposite Zaragosa on
the American side and is then carried
across by Mexicans who are paid by the
rebels who receive it on the Mexican
side. Quantities of ammunition are be
ing received in El Paso from the east
ern factories and this is being smug
gled across the line for the rebel army,
which is obtaining all of the ammuni
tion and rifles possible for the new re
cruits to Villa's forces.
TO PASS ON PRISONERS
sent Thomas Gorley, an inspector, to
Fort Wingate. where be will Inspect
a score or more jnexican prisoners in
terned there by the United States
array, preparatory to their release. It
Is believed these first prisoners are
It is announced that an Immigration
board will be sent to Fort Wingate
to inspect all Mexican prisoners be
low the rank of lieutenant held there,
who are to be released at an early
date. The prisoners will be subjected
to the same examination that they
would if they came Into the United
States at any of the board ports, .be
ing required to pass a mental and
physical test. Falling to do so, they
will be deported. It is said a large
percentage of the prisoners desire to
remain in the United States.
SIX HEW CARS TO BE PUT
INTO SERVICE ON MONDAY
Six new street cars will arrive Mon
day and will be put into service at once
on the park line. They are the new
type of maximum traction trucks, on
which are two small wheels -and two
large ones on each set of trucks.
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Tl HE IK
Former Senator Can Pick
His Own Time to Talk
to Texas Legislature.
Austin, Texas, Aug. 29. By operating
under the previous question, the house
today without debate, adopted the reso
lution which had been prepared by
Goodner of Erath county. Inviting for
mer United States senator Joseph W.
Bailey, to address the house by a vote
of si to 44.
i A few minutes after the house met
this morning at 10 oclock. Mr. Goodner
introduced the resolution.
TC do not want to appear to be dis
courteous to anv member of this house,"
said Mr. Goodner, "but I shall move
the previous question on this resolution."-
Immediately hands went qp over
the house and the previous question
was ordered by a rising vote of 49 to
,., Calls It Cheap rolltles.
This is nothing but cheap politics."
said representative Rogers of Wise
county, who was preparing an amend
ment to the resolution to include gov
ernr elect James E. Ferguson.
The ordering of the previous ques
tion precluded the offering of this
No Uate Set.
The resolution does not set a specific
date for the former senator to address
the house, but declares that the ad
dress may be delivered at any time
that will suit his convenience or that
he may designate.
COLQUITT HAS A LONG
LIST FOR THE SENATE
Austin, Tex, Aug; 29. Governor O.
R Colquitt is expected to submit to
J? eraiaie enortly a long list of vaca
tion appointments for confirmation,
and included in this list, which em
braces about 50 names, will be those
of VV. 0. Stamps and S. J. Bass, peni
tentiary commissioners. There will also
be sent later in the session a list of
notaries public for confirmation, as un
.der an act of the last legislature no
taries may be confirmed at a special
session of the legislature.
RESCUE HOME ASSOCIATION
HOLDS MEETING T0DAT
There will be a meeting of the Rescue
Home association Monday afternoon at 3
oclock in the parlors of the Presby
terian church, at which time plans lor
the fumisliinjj of the rescue home, now
nearing completion, will be discussed.
It is hoped to dedicate the home in Octo
ber, at which tune it is believed it will
be furnished and ready for occupancy.
Members-of the association and all others
who are interested in this enterprise
are expected to attend the meeting Mon
day. TO SET DATE FOR
RESERVE BANKS TO OPEN
2ew York, Aujr.9. An immediate an
nouncement of the date for the opening
of the new federal reserve banking sys
tem may follow the conference between
representative bankers from the 12 re
serve cities and the fmlenl hmt.i,
I board, which has been called for Sep-
" -- -two oanKers irora each re
serve citv and six others from non
reserve cities have been invited.
CLAIM CARRWZV IS
OARR1ING OUT FLANS.
"Constitutionalist" attorneys here
have Issued a statement dealing with
villa's recent stand against a military
man becoming provisional president
of the republic, which evidently had
oeen airectea at uarranza. They quot
ed passages from the "Plan of Guad
alupe," under which all "Constitu
allst" troops haie operated, showing
that Carranza was carrying out the
program of revolution, and which
called for him to remain chief execu
tive until peace was restored in the
country and elections could be held.
NEGRO WOMAN IS ARRESTED
AS SHE STEPS OFF TRAIN
Alighting from i Southern Pacific rail
road train late Friday eveBrag, Mary
Richardson, a Depress, was arrested by
city detectives. The woman is wanted
by the San Antonio authorities on three
charges of forgery, it is said. This is
the second accused forger wanted in San
Antonio who has been arrested by El
Paso detectives during the past two
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Covered with glory and mosquito
Dites company F, Teas national guard,
returned Friday evening from its an
nual encampment, held this vear at
lexas Qty. All of the militiamen were'
in line spirits and report the encamp-
m?K & CTe' hefcL !
ine Meal boys armed at camp ahead .
ot the other militiamen and got their'
iirst taste of camp l'ue by putting up
tents for ail of the officers. There wasf
wuu ot Z309 militiamen. Irom both
lexas and Louisiana, and 8000 regulars
at the MMiTmiMif CMt.l clroea tc-oq
laid on maneuvers, which were almost i
exenietveiy in extended order forma- t
mods, ant little close order drill bein?
-.'""JM6 aU the maneuvers company
Jy"eh was the smallest company at
thexeneampment, gave an excellent ac
c"t pf itself. During much of the
dnil the company was in charge of
3d Lieut William Heed. Each com
pany wag allowed to retain all of its
camp equipment, including tents and
cots, and these will be used in short
hikes that will be held during the win
ter. McLOUGHLIN LEADS
IN TENNIS MEET
Newport, R. I, Aug. 29. In the na
tional lawn tennis championship tourna
ment the titlehoWer, M. E. MeLoughlin.
is still in the runnine and an almost
prohibitive favorite. The three other
victors in the day's raatehes of the round
of the all comers tournament were E.
F. Fottreil, of San Francisco, and R.
Xorris Williams HT. and Win. J. Clothier,
Fottreil will meet Williams and
Clothier will play MeLoughlin in the
Mrs. Frank Bishop, of New York, and
X. W. Miles, of Boston, in the invita
tion mixed doubles contest, defeated
Miss Eleanor Sears, of Boston, and the
former world's champion, Norman E.
Brookes, of Australia, in two" out of
three sets. The scores were 6-3, 3-6,
MANY STARTERS IN
Saratoga, X. Y-, Aup. 29. Following
is a list of the probable starters in the
running of the $20,000 Futurity stakes
for 2 year olds with their imposts: Trial
by Jury, 126 pounds; Garbage. 124;
Polish and Harry Junior, 122 each; Kas
fcaskai, 120; The Finn, Pixev and Spun
Glass, 119 each; Troian, Hanson, Sally,
Joe Marquette and Parish. 117 each;
Boyal Martyr. Pan-Maid, Dinah Do and
Ida Marquette, 114 each.
The red. white and black tricolor of
Louis Winasds. an English horse owner,
will be worn bv the jockev who pilots
Polish, a Madden bred colt which the
English sportsman purchased here ii few
weeks ago. s
DETAILED TO COLLEGE
Col. Robert H. R. Loughborough, re
tired, who was commander of the 20th
infantry at Fort Bliss, has been detailed
as instructor in military science at the
Peacock Military college, San Antonio,
and will becin his duties there as a
member of the faculty at the opening of
the fall term. Col. Loughborough is well
known in El Paso. "
Lieut. CoL Goarrev McDonald, of the
13th cavalr. has been ordered to appear
before the retiring board at Washington,
D. C, for examination. He was a major
nf th 13IH Mrsln, ,1,a tLf .:,.... i
was stationed in El Paso.
Washington, D. O, Aug. 29. The sen
ate today confirmed the nomination of
attorney general McReynolds to be an
associate justice of the supreme court
Senators said the vote was "very de
cidedly'' in favor of the confirmation.
The senate also confirmed without a
roll call the nomination of Thomas W.
Gregory of Texas, to be attorney gen
eraL INNES PAIR HELD
IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco. Calif., Aug. 29. Vktor
7 TnnM ami la wif. 11 . J -1
of Mrs. Elois Dennis and Beatrice Xelms I
in can Antonio, who were being escorted
to Texas, were detained here on account
of "startling developments. Detectives
admitted that unexpected dues had been
found in San Francisco and that impor
tant witnesses had been found.
DELEGATES OF SOUTHWEST
DISCUSS BATE CASES
Denver, Colo, Aug. 29. Public utili
ties commissioners of Colorado, Xew
Mexieo and Arizona met in conference'
here today, preliminary to a general
conference at Chicago on October 6, rela
tive to the plea of western railroads
for modification of the interstate com
merce commission's orders in the inter
mountain rate cases, and the soealled
long and short haul ease.
The railroads now have asked fnr
modifications of the order. At today's
meeting the commissioners of three
states represented expected to decide
upon their recommendations to be pre
sented at the Chicago conference.
MAT HALT IVTIBAT EXPORTS
IP SFKCUUATION CO.VrXUKS
Washington. D. C Auir. 29. Renn-
sentative Cary. of Wisconsin, Introduced
a resolution Friday directing the attor
ney Keneral to take steps to protect
consumers against manipulators of
foodstuffs and requestlnc the president
to embargo wheat and flocr shipments
from this country. If. In his discretion,
operations of speculators cannot be
It also rireets the attorney general
to Inform the house what steps he has
taken against the Chicago board of
trade and similar Institutions In con
nection with the rise In wheat prices.
TEXAS CONGRESSMAN IS
SUED FOR BIO DAMAGES.
Washington. IX C Aug. 29. A suit
for $20,009 damages has been filed In
the district supreme court against rep
resentative Robert L. Henry, of Texas,
and his daughter. Mrs. Leila May Par
melee. The complainant Is William
McNamara, who alleges that a motor
car driven by representative Henry's
chaffeur and carrying Mra. Parmelee,
struck a wagon he was driving, with
the result that he was badly injured.
FAST THAUf KILLS EVTIRB
XEW YORlt MOTOR PARTY.
Hempstead, X. Y.. Aug. 29. Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Suydan and Mr. and Mrs.
William a Wilson, all of Brooklyn,
were killed near hero when the Long
Island railway's fast express, said to
be running a mile a minute, struck
their automobile.- Three of the bodies
WrA a,-w& .... .i.k nllnt tt ttan 1aiw,
motive for half a rane.
CHIHUAHUITA OWNERS OF
PROPERTY TO MAKE FIGHT
The city council will convene Wednes
day morning jn special session to give
the tenants, owners and agents of the
houses that have been condemned in Chi.
huahuita an opportunity to be heard.
The Chihuahnita tenants, owners and
agents arc preparing to make a fight
ag-imst baring these houses destroyed.
A BIG EL PASO DISTRIBUTING HOUSE
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Chicago, I1L, Aug. M. A bank mes
senger, a paymaster and a collector
were robbed today oa the west side
of a total of $8104
Frank Vogel, messenger for the Ash
land 12th Street bank, was found on
an elevated railway platform where he
flld tiro men stunned him and took a
satchel containing currency and checks
to the amount ot J43IZ.
P. C- Nellsen, paymaster for the Vul
canite Roofing company, was attacked
by two men who took the company's
payroll, amounting to $1792.
Four men In an automobile stopped
Fred Glorch. collector of a newspaper,
and at the point of a revolver forced,
him to give up a satchel containing
SSJ. His cries for help frightened
the chauffeur, who drove off without
his accomplices and tbey dropped the
satched and fled.
Peter Jacobaen. section foreman, was
robbed of JltOO In negotiable paper by
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TUB DAY IX CONGRESS. O
Washington. D. C, Ave. 29.
: The day in congress:
Met at 11 a. m. Continued In
executive session consideration
: of the nomination of attorney
: general McReynolds to the su-
:- hookc. :
Met at noon. The admiaistra-
: Hon war risk bill earn up for a
;. Consideration of the bill to
: create a merdiant marine was
continued in committee.
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Closing out the $6500 stock formerly carried by
EL PASO SASH & DOOR COMPANY
AT THEIR ACTUAL COST
Floor Paint, Floor Stains, Flat Wall Finish
AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES
nicpivcriciinn WAR VETERAN
" liirS IX IIOSIK FOR AGED
I j-i.n.i. Til inr
T I n .rnrn
29. Brig. Gen.
rlllbMVi - --o-
rhariM Truman Hotcnaiss, orociou
for distinguished services In the civil
war, died here Friday at the age of
82 Since the loss of the considerable
fortune he once possessed, and the
death of his son several years ago. the
veteran resided at the James B. King
Home for Aged Men.
In 1SS1 Mr. Hotchklss enroled In the
11th Illinois regiment as a lieutenant.
When the railroad brigade was organ
lied In August., 1SSJ, he was elected
lieutenant colonel. In January he was
promoted to the head of the regiment.
He took part in everv Important en-
In March. ISM. was breveted brigadier I
general for his service.
He was appointed pension agent in
Chicago by president Johnson. His ac
ceptance ot this appointment preju
diced Mm in the eyes of Gen. Grant,
who. when he became president, re
fused to reappoint him.
NEGRO TRIZB FIGHTER IS
HELD OX DURGLARY CHARGE.
Charged with burglary. Clarence
"Kid" Ross, the negro prize fighter,
arrested several days ago. was Fri
day afternoon bound over to the grand
jury by Justice ot the peace James J.
Murphy. The negro Is eharged with
having broken Into the house of J. A.
Williams, another negro, stealing a re
volver and several silk shirts.
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TIE UP TRAIN SERVICE
ON PRAIS-BOULOGNE ROAD
Paris, France, Aug. 29. Train service
between Paris and Boulogne was sus
pended today until further notice. It
is presumed here that this step was
taken because the allied armies are about
to engage the Germans on or near the
railroad line running into Buriogne.
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J. E. PRESTON
SHIPS TIED UP IX NEW
YORK BY WAR TOT.U. 161.
New York. Aug. 29. A census ot
steamships In this pert showed their
number to be 161. of wMch 125 with,
a total tonnage of nearly 421.000 are
idle because of the conflict abroad.
Of the vessels Inactive. 14 are Ger
man and Austrian. The others, a. ma
jority of them flying the British flag.
are planning to resume service with
in the next few weeks.
The Adriatic and the Olympic are
due today with neany ISO passengers,
and the St. Fal is expected Sunday
TWO HUSBANDS ARRESTED
OX WIFE BEATING CHARGES.
Two men charged with beating their
wives, were arrested Friday sight by
H. O. KngUsh Is held under $25 bond.
charged with assaulting his wife.
S. Agulrre. a Mexican, residing on
Frnta. and Grama streets; was also ar
rested oa a charge of beating his wife.
Neighbors told the police the Mexi
can was killing bis wife and they
rushed to the scene in an automobile
to find ta woman unconscious and the
tea man fc the cellar.
KA MINBR. PLBADS SHU
DHFWVCK TO MURDER CIIATir.r-
Chleaw, -m, Aug. 3ik W. H. Rog
ers, oharaed with the murder of N
X. Wtocoo. Us partner in a gold claim
at C-hrtstnuw creek, in the Porcupine
district of Alaska, today was ar
raigned before Lewis Mason. tTnited
States commissioner, g entered a
plea of self defence a further hear
ing will he h-ld Sewr"4. uea
Rogers was axreetod Frviy - Lib
ertyvllle. Ill "
scknic BormvARD to
B8 B43COSSBD MONDAY
Alderman Waiter S. -Csavton has set
Monday morning at It oclock for a
meeting at the city hall with the Ro
tary dub's committee named to work
In conjunction with the city for a,
scenic mesa, boulevard.
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