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oTHE DAILY :MISSO ULIAN R D
Tomorrow--Rain or snow. statrted vith The Mis
Noulian Subscrlbe now.
VOL. XL. NO. 196. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 193. PRICE FIVE CENTS
BY DISMISSAL OF ALDAPE
HUERTA SHOWS INTENTIONS
MEXICAN PRESIDENT FORCES
RESIGNATION OF PACIFIC
CABINET MEMBER.
AI[ MEXICO OF ONE MIND
Natives and Foreigners Insist That
Dictator Has No Thought of Abdi
cating-Aldape Favored Compliance
With Demands of Wilson and Lost
His Official Head for It.
.Mexiio ('ity, Nut. IL.--\Vhat doubt
r irii eg i h g; irdiln. ( ralt ll(erti 's
illll'lltit ill< ith I.'Spe l I CoI llplitance
wiil tihoe Allrlein vitlllamlits for his
o il lill l mi . Iion fs ll led frltl the
einlitl. I llmust M.lexic.an, s and Io(reignl
iasients vby his perellmptory dismnissal
i ay of Mt lnt (ilillarza A ttlaiii , the
llilt ,ler u1 the illn erior, \Vili W i tl
lo it 1('l i s the ball of Itie liierti
.\Ilahpl. l-i1 that group oI' the cahinet
Bi c h ihii h I 11i iti'iictlitill that it w miltl
hie h st t i' llcel , I (i that t rltilon itl
l(est ui \V:ashinlto .uis it'lnial tus whlilti
huf i.jt I ie I' otai - h ti l iltslttiss lie ipow"r
said to have Iiesti the onl ont" with
. iflin'l i t ntiflll'Hg'. Io dis,. llss the inter
Illii.tll01 Mills t tallI "rillikly w ith tiff
Asked for Appeal.
It ti-as ho who calltl at the Aiiier
ic'in emhiIssy recently and induced
Nolsonl ( )'Shaughnessy, tile chairg
d'affailres, to send to Washington his
;i; iatl for the leoipening of the nlego
tiations. Senlor Aldape's resignation
was demanded at Ia cabinet meeting at
I'resident 1uerta's holme early this
llorning. Iluerta is said to have reit
lerateld at this meeting the statemnent
that he wu)ld not resign, that with
hliill it wais i( case of life or dleath and
he, was displsed to play out the gamne.
c'(ertaill illtimallte friends i(f (leneral
Itlu irta Ihave ubeeni intldiating to himlll, it
is s:aidi, for silne time, that the minis
Itr of the interior was initriguing for
the i)residelmcy and that the cabinet
had eltlo t)lle divilded into two c'atlls.
'Tholse .iiho ollpposedl Atlalpe includledi
(Qiueridiul Mohlen), Ininister of foreigll
iaffalirs, General hllunquet, mlinister ofl'
\VarI. anId .Jose i.Maria Lozatni, minister
of f lttenlto.
It is stated authoritatively that
these tlhree mlinisters issur"odll G(eneral
lli.erta thalt unless l ith minister of the
interior wlts re.ved t(1hey would re
sign. Atialp was tldesignalted tonigiht
by the provisiolll ipresidlin tiI go to
l';1rur il, il flulfillln14'li of .ome unIle
lerlined speci:tl mission, llis frienlds
lhilik it pissilte thatt htue ltlV he titledl
to ..,w(t'ol I"'rtnlisco 1)( JLt ilrra its
inini islt r to rlnc' e.
Sevll' I)e lit Iallrrl hals been orderer
to ,Jlatpn ias special ambiiiliassadlii orl Io lr- i
sent the thallnks of the .1Xitiln gov
t-l'rlnm(en I't for the participation of Japan
in the eintlllinilt fiestivitic s mIld r I'oir
firim I)iiz inll 1910u . It was g1 this mis
sion that Gene(tl Pelix 1)iaz was pro
'tc(ding \vhi'n lihe decided to return to
.Alexi, h to tl *k e pa rt in the ole 'tion .
Leaves Capital.
Si ,nor Aldalp' left tlnight for V'ita
(I'rIZ. t11 the trainl with him Were 2l111
sotldietrs. It WaS a:nIIIilu('('I that his
desttil;tolll was Frattce.
Nelsiion I ISi hauighnessy spent Sundai
in the u'ollntry. General Blanlquet, the
minister of \\ar, atltendedti a hull flght.
It was noticeable that fewer of the
lower ulasses whn are uIsually much
ill evidlence at the hitll fights attended
totl;y. 'lThis was slit to he tile to thie
.fact thalt recruiting offiteors lare tak
ing advantage of SIu'i gath(trings to
swell the ralnks of the army1l. The
bands hlayed in the parks, which wetre
filled with the usual Sunlday ciro\vds.
Merely Precautionary.
.Mcxiioi city, Nov. 1l.--'rfhe British
minister, Sir Liolnel Carden, explained
ItlIday that his instrucltiuons to ltritish
resildenits in Mexico were simply ta ipre
cautitulary lmeasure initenided to ire
pIirt Ilem if circ.umstancesll slioutl de
lltld their removal. Sir Lioel saix.)
f ((iontinited ott Page Six.)
BURNING STEAMSHIP
REACHES BERMUDAS
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 16.-The
Spanish steamer Itanmes, with her
cltton cargo on fire, was towed into
S1. ;erge's harbor this morning bY
the tugs (tladysten and Powerful,
convoy'ted by the Ctnard liner 'Pan
nonia. The Cutatrder had on Ioard
103 passengers of the 1I lmles, taken
oft the burning ship lritday morning
ill idotean while heavy seas were
rttnning.
When the Balmes came to anchor
in the harbor her hatches were lifted.'
tlreat cloulds of sm oke belched forth,
biuit ower'ful tlomps sent to ins of
water into her hold alld drowned the
fire. The steamer is in good tndi
tion.
The Pannonia sailed for New York
at 10 o'clock this morning.
The fire on the Balmes was discov
ered Wednesday night at 11 o'clock
while the steamer was )lonughing,
BRYAN AND WILSON
IN CONFERENCE
\Vashington, Nii\. It6.-Secretary
Blr'ya conferred at the White
House tonight with President \Vil
son (on the latest developments in
the Mexic:tt sitluation. They
tall ed over messages received
fron ('harge ()'Shaughnessy and
displatched cablegram.s to hiln
after tIlh ir cntlrirenn. e.
i"\V\' are not l',prepareid to make
aliy itnnotiont'll lillts.' said Mr.
I ita i llfterw rit .
'The pr'ospeclt that the embln rgoi
oi llarts mar It- lifted, constitli
tionalists' I'rel'esentetit es here
say, ailts hrighten ed considerably
ild thei'y are preparing to bhy
large quitantities of arms for qullick
shiipmncitt to the horder.
President Wilson and Secretary
trya in still hope, though, that
ulterta will cieme to terms. It is
likely that the American govern
mnent will wait ia few days for the
effect of foreign pressure be fol're
lnaking any decisive ll(ove it'
ward in its ipolicy.
WASHINGTON HOPES
FOR AMICABLE,
ENDING
GOVERNMENT HAS NOT YET GIV
EN UP HOPE OF INDUCING
HUERTA TO RESIGN.
Washiilgtion, Nov. 1T.-Negotiatiotns
et\ween ( a hill'gi ( 'Shaughnessy and
tihn Liind and the IHuerta govern
nent in Mexico are continuing, ic'
ording to dispatches received at the
tate department today but no tangi
te concltsions have been reached.
William liayard Hale, who has
aern intdustriously conferring with
he constitutionalists at their Nogales
iwadtllllarters, also telegraphed at
angth to tile department.
That tih sittuat.imn wa s inot re
lrdetd its criticll, was evident from
hie aittitude of official Washington.
'he :administration is confident of
lie llltimate i'retirlement of tiHuerta Ias
ell its sattisfaittory i;ssilranlces from
he cl tnstitt ittiilttllists for a suspIeIn
ion of mtilitary activities piending
itt( establishmlenet somi some sort of a
rovisilonl goveornmenlt aIfter I1eneral
Iiuria disappears is a factor in the
rolltemn.
Senate's Attitude Cheering.
Strontgly rcil forcting tlhe pressure
hich has bee(n brought to hear on
iierta from tithe Europelan govetrn
h'nts, the latest evidence of which
:ns the cffiort of Sir ILionel I'irden,
he British minister, is the iinex
etedly ilndependent attitude of the
lexican senate, \vhihll at Ileast toln
orarily has defea ted the pullrpose of
enerltl Ilinrla to conllvee the .Mexi
an congress. The failure to secure
qluorum in that body is attributed
o the albsence of Catholic senlators
ld there is much cllriosity here to
eorn whether their action in pro
enting ai qulorulm resultedt from op
tosition to gleneral Huerta or was inl
airsilantre of that official's pllan to
rtstplone the direct issue involved in
he \\arning by the United States
gainst convening congress.
O)fficials are discussing the possi
ility that the suppDosedly refractory
e:nators will come in the line for tihe
urltpse of declaring not ionly the il
egality of the presidential election,
iut of the vote for congress as well.
iuch a. declaration wotuld result in
djourntinettt sine die of the con
ress autd the calling of another
lection at some future dlate.
This woutld mean complete defeat
f the effort to secure immediate
angressionlal tction on various mat
(Continued on Page Six.)
eastward on her trip to Cadiz, Spain,
from Galveston and Havana. The
flames were in hold No. 2 and spread
rapidly, the smoke penetrating to tile
engine room and stoke hold. The
second engineer and several members
of the crew were partially overcome
but stuck to their posts.
The wireless operator, by direction
of (aptain Ruiz, then began sending
out calls tr assistance. The call
reached the Paunnonia some 180 miles
to the north, hound for New York andl
Captain IRobert Capper went to the
Spaiard's aid, reaching her Thurs
day night. The Btritish cruiser Suf
folk also answered the Balmes' plea,
but her message was indistinct.
C'aptain Capper stood by the BIalmes
until morning and then took off her
passenlgers, the captain and crew
electing to remain on hoard their ship
to investigate her and fight the fire.
WHY WON'T THEY BEHAVE?
-Jim
i,=i
..~pe ii_ . . . . r.f..
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FEDERAL OFFICIALS
EXECUTED BY
VILLA
MEXICAN GENERAL SHOOTS TWO
LEADERS AND BURIES
SCORES OF SOLDIERS.
El Paso, Texas,i Niov. Ii.--Tic for
nier federal officials of .JIInr'az Whi
were taken *prilsoneris I.y ((iiener'l Irail -
'isco Villa's rclel tiioops were ex. llut
aIt . oIfIrez tl ay. 'el'h y \\ r," ') :lhl
l'have, aun officiall in th.e .ioalu'rz po
lice dte]lrtinetl , tad ,loan1 1 Cordi \ : ,'
chiefl ofl the honll('z secr(l p0olivyI.
lhe executions tooi k t lal .e t i lia
Julire ('leteryt , thei' (''iI 11111t n
Standingll on the brinks oif nelily hli:
graves anti falling il wh'l the liwi llth
squad shot thell it. I11t l' 111\11 tl. I
toned to death ify t eneral Viltla.
renora ofhave, wife of onl of the'
sentence was lIpronouncelllld n d\ t illliad
wilth Villa to pardon ller iiueisi, hl
he ricefused.
A squad of 14 federal prislners wI.S
taken to the t clllte.r'y tl hulry P1i 0l'
the soliiers cwho were killhe in 111i
iJur ez i ttle. c() oll iilllll .th e ri o i
guards.
The rebel ofl'ficerls say thatl there are
morlle, executions tll o hiltk place in utltrcrz
and tliat all of the federal voluntlee
troops, federal regular ;and vtolunter
armly ifficrs, will 1e killed. The di l
dliers .I the reguwliir army will ie s t'
SAILORS AT VATICAN.
Rolme, Nov. 16.--(tloficcis of the
American I;eattleshilps were present Ito-I
daty alt the cerl'eoliiny l h in thee ritine
chlapel in connection with the iinni
versary of the cl oronation of Polie
'Plus X.
A large number ofll Americann sailor's I
stood in line in the halls leading to
the chapel to witness the passage'l oIf
tile pntiff, who \was escorted by 2'h
cardinals.
CHARLTON'S DEFENDERS BUSY.
Naple.y. Nov. 16.--(lovitnni Porzio
Iland Signolr Ca;taplano, ,counsel for thei
efense in the case lf Porter Chiitonii
the American who is to standii trial iat
('lno on ai chalrge of halingr mulrdettrdl
his wife, retiurned fronl that l llace. to
day. They have preparet itd long state
n"ent, outlininlg circutltstances., whichg
they alleged are favorable to (harlton.
This will he submitted to the investi
gating judltge tomnorlrow.
PRINCESS OBDURATE.
Stockholm, Nov. lln.-The offilial
news agency annoulnces thaIt the P'n
ess 1Marie. wife of Prince i\lllialn
of Sweden, has dleclhared her intent-onl
never to retuIrn to her hlllsbanllld andlll
that all efforts to illnduce her to re
consider her decision h\ave failedl.
STRIKERS ATTACK TRAIN.
nalumet, MiDh., Nov. 16.-A Chilcago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul train Icarryingl
workers for the 'opper I~linge ('on
solidated mines \'as attacked tiodlyv
near Ricedale. In the copper' striike
district. A number of hullets StrUck i
the engine anld crailchesr, hit no on' .
\vuwas injured.
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AMHINICAM SENAJOR
AWARNS MEXICAN
LEADER
THOMAS B. CATRON CROSSIc
INTO MEXICO TO CONFF 1
WITH GENERAL VILLA.
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