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'x A. ALBUQUERQUE MO! NG JOURNAL THIKTV-MXTII YEA It. VOL. XXX-VI- X. 52. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1914, Daily lV Cuiiier or Mall HOC n Month. Silicic topics, .V. INI 6E1. VILLA RAISES STORM OF RATH AMONG SUBJECT BYmuRDER SB CONSUL EDWARDS HOPES THAT REPORTED EXECUTION DID NOT OCCUR AS 'OFFICIALLY STATED' Angry Citizens of El Paso Appoint Former Governor George Curry of New Mexico to Make Investigation; Claim of j Mexicans That Death Followed Court Martial, in Which; Victim Was Accused of Insulting Rebel Commander, Is; Scouted by Friends of Missing Scotchman; Story Has It; That Angry Words Followed Refusal by Constitutionalist; Dictator to Permit Removal of Cattle to Point North of ! Rio Grande and Death Resulted Quickly. ('v Morning Journal Special Lrasct! Wire.) l'aii, I'd). 20. Tlic.i.'NmitiiHi. ur nuinliT, nf William S. Ilentoii, a ilritisli stibjccl, aiu! one of the m st pimi lu-nt forcit;'ii its rcsiik'iit in nortlicrn Mexico, by ('.cncral I'rancisco X'illa, head of the rebel forces, at Juarez, when it became known bere today, started a wave of indignation ciilmiuatmn; in a call for a mass nicetin in Cleveland Square tonight. Resolutions accusing tlie state departnient at Washington of suppressiue; the reiorts of its own consuls, of deliberately mislcai! int; the American people as to actual conditions across the border. and demanding that eonvis call full records of alleged crimes and ciuir-e of the afternoon and there he adopted. rormer (mwrnor deoic as the principal siieaker. ule :it an i-i)'-oniptn itd;:'t':'i ; ,n Sheldon, headiuarters of forei vei'nate the killin;'; of lieiiton wt ireviotisly published. rtirry lnlerle oi.-.il. 4 i. ' Mr. Cuiry vvrtit first to Thomas laJvvards, t'nlH-d Sit. lies eoiistll ut Juarez. "Mr. Consul," he said, "the penpl.' of HI Paso and Ihe foreign ref iiun-es fi'i'iu Mexico nre in a feverish slate I'ciiiuse of the murder of William Hellion. They have been unable to learn tin- details of the crime it mi 1'uve united me tu seek Inforimil ion. Any linht voti can .-lied uu the subject will he appreciated." "I have ti l krapl'e.l the secretary nf slate that llcnlntl's dentil has been officially reporlcii to me," replied tip (uiisul, ".-inch other details 1 have inrvMirded to W:ishiin:tnn by mall, 'ninfal 'ill,i said he did nut care tu talk to the press or public of tin'' ease, but nave no- the informal mn br .Mis. litiiimi. Ihe widow, and the .I. lie dc p,n tin, hi. 'l in y ale at lib erie 1. 1 talk, but 1 promised (he jp-n-ial (hat 1 would remain silent." Asked us o his careful ititerpretu tiun of the words "officially reported Head." and if In- personally thought lie- ..l'fici.,1 r. perl l y Villa i.ii-ihl have n deliberately niisleauimi, the con-i Mil said that iiiasimi. h as Ihe rebels have lnjxii Keiullnif Chihuahua, pris, iti os tu Juar, t and Juarez prisoners In Chihuahua, he had iiad a fainl hope that Villa nir-ihl, for his own i' icons, have lied to him. '! til alcl.es Trail.. ' 'I bis iiioi nin;; the consul watch, d Ihe train w hich had Villa and his staff. und about twenty ethers on board,' In-piiiK to catch sinht of Ilenton of aiiy American, but mw none but Mcx i'a us. I'-etiton tli-apticidci 'I'uesday and tin re Is no (li.'-iiosiiion oiUside the Nau ru an consulate if it still ex-' 11 x I here to doubt the authenticity i ef Villa's report to tlie consul. j Mr. Kdwards made his first iintuiry "I Villa vesterday iitternoon upon the eteipt of inst rtii timis from Secretary, liryan who made (he request at the instil tire- of the pritis'n ambassador, sir Cecil HprniK-llii e. : "Mr. KilvvariN.-' iii,i is reported iihi 1-iMii. '.Mr. la-iiioii is dead. You are lii oirietai of th- American noverii-i i'.' nt arid I nlvt- x oil this a olfieially1 ouir due. 1 have made denials to oilier inttiirels, aa this is not a m it br for the public. It is for the In-! '(Illation of the witluw and of the Kale tlepartmeiit." I What else passed between them Mr. j l-'boirds would not utatc, und Mrs., I I, t . , II was utnible to ! T! consul telegraphed the bare an-' ii'itincf-meiit to WushlnKlon last night friend never mi lilm alive aftt-r-Hi'd tlie new reached j;i l'iiso thrniifih . wards. As Mrs. Ilenton cuthcreil the "ii Associated I'ltss bulletin when'siory from Consul Ktlward.i, Villa d--se, relary Llryan made the informa-'elitied to grant the permit, siijini!'. 'ion publle today. "Mr. Ilenton, you hnve never bet n Stei-e( Kent Well ' in friend ef ours, and I don't want it is retlinb-d us typical of the wit -"ition and the ability of the rebel f-fi'-iuls Willi their despolie disi Ipline bi keep well hidden their se 1 ret aits, that the news should have reached her fri ni the outside. lYiendslexpelle, I rurlirlo max Irom .Mexico "! the decedent "lade the most and newspaper menand in the forelmi club at ( hlhuatiini diluent search aii(l!was wont to express his opinion free ""mines nit limn obtaining: a definite "'W-. That Ilenton and Villa hud (iiiiirreled was learned, and there were iiiaiiy versions of the. quarrel, but all ' fhtial utterance were misloa,liiikr. a thev W ere intend, , lo be. i iellel llllv it w H believt'il tl,.,l villi tch.i h.l (lie ,'iir birv n lleninu for vears, would not to kill him. In. t wns tryina s.di- coiilinemeni as a corrective, to AM: Mill U I l tit I CAST. Wi s.''itiK(on. Ki-h. - N c vv .Mexico: except r'"r Salnrilav sn 1 in"W Sun-lse i ,,., Mind: AID!SAHS I I i i oii the slate department for the"t 1 i I ouiraes, were drawn up was little doubt that thev in thej would Curry, of New I le w as namei Mexico, was a committee M.by of the scbed-! f one, Hotel iiueiiie; in (hp oners driven out of Mexico, to in- but his iniiiiries developed nothing Pent, n's well known dlsposillon to wpiuk his mind frankly without regard to ennse(pienees. Kdwards w aited lint il . after his last hope flickered away with the depar ture of the train this linn nnnr before iMl'iu iiiini; Mrs. lieiii, m that her hus band was (lend. She Is a Mexican woman, am- while highly educated, lUnlerstumls the Kiik l'sh liinuaue Imperfectly. The consul, pnlie lii his own toiiKiif and the re sult was that while he was tellinir hiH IraKie story the widow, on the veiKe: of a nervous breakdown because of her sustained ntixii-l y, j;,. tin l cl only (he inn-port of the lain thai In-r hus- band was no mor Ileal Story Not Told. Villa ha, nunc .Hid thus his vcr Mim of the slnre remained locked up in the ( in. sal's bn ast and in Ills rec ords. The inability of friends ol llcn tou to net dt finite details had much to do In arousim; excitement and the ul'iinule selection ,.f .Mr. Curry as an a Kent to seek the truth. After leavinvt the consulate Ihe lalbr culled at the jelehira at Juarez to see l-'cb-rico (loiirahs (larzii. the jeffe d'iirnia. hill the latd-r was absent, other officials, it was learned, w t re en joylmr their j.-stns, and it was disturb them. : Jm t what ocelli ri d iiiitl his iil-lat' (I visilt In. iv never be known. ThrouKli the widow mi. I a cousin, William 1 Ion ton. and throUKh I'riendH of the decedent it was learned that Ik'Utou wished permbsion to biin to the I'niteil Slates 400 head of cattle on his ranch, Los Ueinetlios, in western Chihuaht'. 1 1 is cousin, who is part owner of I.os Keliiedins. thoimht that the re ouest would be wasted, althouuli oth er foreigners havt been consul, -la tely lit-altd when askinir similar favors.! ciiarl, s Mnley of New York and ; Mexico. friend now- h-iv nm.,nK the ; probilble procetllire. "Villa probably will Kraut your re quest, but he'll (.-ive you a lecture, and you must not resent the lecture. If you tb, voit may K,-t into trouble," said gualey. "If he lectures Hie, I'll lectllle back," replied Ilenton. "I have never n.ad, n political move In Mexico ami if he accuses me . of it. 1 have .some own to make." an usatinnB of uy Itcnlon's liitnl Interview. Ilenton nnide the request unit those "ittli" taken out of the country. W'c can use (hem ourselves." At this point it Is assumed the quar rel started. Ileiilon was not In accord widi (he Miidero revolution which ly. SuceeediUK revolutions were iilsn crlticl.etl by him to his friends, bin Ihe latter aureed Hint he never went further. They assert unanimously that he kept out of politics ami aeceptf ,,,,,,,.,, 1 . o : ll.conies ., s h.ss.-s without any overt .., i of, j,,',, M( , ,,,,,, . attempted reprisal .M.-v Jl.Ci.rtin. k. who , reate, a s.-o- IScnioii Was I itai im, I. Ilenton was iinaiined. The manv persons who knew him well in chi huahua and uloliK "'e harder, in ctudiiiK his cousin ami his widow, as sert that he never owned a revolver ami did not have one upon iimi when he wctit to .Inure. Villa on Wednes a .. ,.i..t. ,.,,(.., t,, .-,.,,,,,-t,.r stt- ixti itvi vi io i i;iti l liv in i:i:t i oi.i.ow i ns Mexico City, Kch. 2U. Tlx execution nf ill in in s. Pcntnn. a llrltish subject, ly ,lio consil tutlnn:ilit.ls In J n ;i i t ., litis re viled tln frill' anuuit; Ihe rov -eminent supporters t hui' tin 1 nili-il Slates will br fur, .-,1 by (iieitt Hrilnln In lake notion Hint easily minhl become iiiur Vellliell. Although since revolutionary ((millions assumed serious jin i porilocs three vents a J-, i i Ikt.j have been killed in various puitr df the counlry mi .ii it- I'.O Ameri cans, I n I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 K participants ut lintli sides if the revolution, there ill'0 "II record I lie (tenths nf (iily four llrltlshet's, includ i n 1 Ilenton. 'riu- three othcis weir killed In districts whore the chiefs nf neither fact inn luul uny (lireet authority und ll.n-tt.-n's In the first ctu-e where .t npiieiirs tluit cnlpiililllty in :i y he placed ilcfinltply. Til ii t the conslltutlmmllsts h.nl cxocrtcd a foreigner did lint sin prise President Hncrla, win. always I. us Insisted Unit Hen. l-Tunci-co Villa belonged to the it rci-pnnsil.dr type of lendc- und was ccrtatn sooner or Inter to iThiK ;i In ut serious complli li tmus with Home forelun power. ois.-i;i tills been current here thut certain Kitropeuti poweis KKiiiil were pliiniiiiiK to ui'Ke the Pulled Slates to assume a mol c active policy lit resterinK peine in Mrxl i. und ninny persons lu (lliy expressed the belief thill III-le-nton Incident nilitht he seize ' iiinii iis i'li oppiir'.uiiity to Im press such u view upon the W ill hiniUoil (to eminent. Vari ous illiiloniutN todiiy intimated that they would use the killim; ( ( Pent n us the basis wf reports to shew their holph ssness when !t coine:-" to protecting their nn llolials in the m-eiiler purt (f Mexico. I I i gelled that lie had Peitton's si-shout- ef. j "What do you think would eullie here und nf ii mull who threaten me'.'" i cliilineil the rebel K' i-netiil. A Mexl- 'ciill hystaiuler replied: "He oilKht to be Hllul." TIiIh vviiM twenty-four hours after the exeeutioii. or murder, hud taken place. Villa did not ti ll the American tun j Mtit that Ilenton was court mn i lia led, hut official Juarez whh very busy to day with a.-sertioli.s to thut effect. Names of those who sal as a court were tlven out for publication and wan stated at the jeivtura, timt ....,..,, '.- i, .wt It.iu tll.lt Ills o.lioii.n it..-, i , r . . i . 1 property be turned over to his wi llow. lit ipie-t fur liody llcl'it-cd. KtlvviirdH last niht iiskcl Villa for the bully, to be brounht to this Hide of the 'river, but the mitiot wus curtly denied. "Then, and, as a favor to ine and to the i.l,w, w ill you have the Ki'uve mitrkrtl 1" asked the cnr,!itl. . . ThiH Villa tiroiiused. Ho far as Americans know, however, the Brave is uniiiiirlced even by the little cross of mesipille wood which almost any passliiK Mexican will place on a fcravc which he lluds without the symbol of palvatlun. I'eiiloii, it is said was tfieii mi a eliarse of eoiisiiriiey nuains; th--rebel K criinienl and with prnvok imt and instiitmi; Ceiieral Villa.'' .Ma jor Jchiih KodrtKilez presided; Adiiieii Anurre Penavides neted us lea iid viser tu the eoliri, and Major Manuel (Iloria us proseenlor. Ilenton Is be lieved to have been held Incommuni cado (he while, and II is admitted that there was none (here to lepr, - sent him That there was a tial, nobody on this pretends to believe. real nil iii.n- iiide of the river 'I'htf action was too Hiiitiio.il v . particularly as con tracted "ith the . use of ilustav r.iim-h, it ieiiiiau-American, aecused of be inK U Hpy. Aceofdln; to the rebels Hit- case uf the olisciitc I'aiieh h:i- I n oil trial for fiuir d.ivs, and It was said today that no th-cisnm had been leached. American Advice I nlieedcd. Villa's ' iiinif-.n y clcui :n,:ili!st Ut-lltolt cohhk en the heels of a se cret Interview between the torincr and (Jetieral Scott on the Internatioii- ( 'inlioueil llii Pace Two.) SENATE SURE TO EIGHT TREATIES 1 A H 1 G HCi 111 C1 11 1 S Pl OpOSed Ijy Op position to Administration Policies Are Defeated by a Decisive Vote, av wnN,Na joumnal ipicrl lkabio khii W.ii-hinuton, Feb. :n l:y defeatinn a iiicndlnciil s to general arbllratiou (treaties pending reiiewnl with irr.it ' Hl'italn, Japan ami slv , . I ! i . l- la, lions lihe senate today took the first ilecjs )l( ' Iv e step In the policy of the a dm i nisi ra- (loll to lilt the l ulled Mates from What officials have ehiirin lerizetl as Km "isolated position" In fin eimi re- lations. j The supreme lest of xtrctiKlll In the i treaty controversy caine on an aiii'-inl. me lit lo the Spanish treaty tirKed by iSt-ralor Chiiml r l: I ii, of oreKon, j wlilch would withhold from arbitra tion Hiieh Important international Is sues as IniinlKrutlon, the (piesiion of t ml in it (i UK aliens lo domestic school", 'affairs Involvlnu the .Monroe doctrine liiml the provision of Ihe Panama t anal act exeinplini; A merle, -in coastwise , shipititiK (lorn tolls. This aiueiidmeiil I was rejecteil by a vote of thirteen to ! forty, inor than two. thirds maturity. sHtion on a (lowde.l sttett last Sun ilsv by holdinu up anil tlirenleniiiv I" shoot u yoliiu" woiiiaii slenoKi'iipher. was to lay adjudnetl Insane. She be came menially unbalanced, tl was said, when she learn. .,1 just before tu -date set tor itiHrrla'je to n New Ym ii man, thai he was already marred and h.t.a i f-,,Tiil,- RATIFY PENDING a PASO PEOPLE ROUNDLY SCORE ADMINISTRATION MEXICAN.POLICY; , i r, , , , , , nesoiutions Are Adopted at'"' iuvsi.i.,,t n, , , , , ...ii,,. t , - Slates, the Hi Itish anil ,c Mass Meeting neui in ine - . . r I r .- au:i io uiiiui'iiui LXULUiion : of William S, Benton, STATE DEPARTMENT IS SEVERELY DENOUNCED Former Governor Curry, New Mexico, Pt oniinc.it of'"' 11 in in-i Gatherin Which Dclnallds'v::J''.,'::;:''f::r 'v Protection for Foieianers 1Y MONNINa JOURNAI. IPKcaAL LtASKD WIMC I-.'l J'aso, Tex., l-'eh. l( snlut e nis 1 coiidenminn the noveriimcnt for It-, luindlinu of Mexlei.n affairs wen iitiopieit ai ii mass nieeiinp; Hem in ,i theater here tonisht to protest ,..K.iin.-M (he i,.i.,-.l.,i- ..r VV U I'..,, 1... ,1..,, I eral Villa at Juarez. The meet Inn cnnie lis climax uf a ibiy of exi lt( meat ' cause, I by news of . Ihe ttcillh of II, 'moll. The tlieelinm'i Was first tailed for Cleveland Square,' but .Mayor Kelly, In a letter to (ieorue Currv, former Kuveriiur of Now Mc-. icn, asked li i in to rent a hall, jin lie . regarded an open meeting d aimerous. The mayor sii.l lie would suppress any attempt to hold ihe meeting In ihe open. Kit-hill tl Uu, lley, head of the i nn trartini firm which tuilll several hun dred milcM of the Mexit o Northwest-1 em railroad and cue of the mo-l i wealthy and Influential refugees from Mexico, promptly ptid $l.',0 fur the use of t hit t Ilea let". Messetmers lo turn Ihe crowd from Cleveland Squnro to the theater wi le posted. The killini; of Tienlnn. a Ilrltlsh sublet, occurred last Tuesday, hut Ihe fuel been me know n here only tc lay. Itesolol Ions Adopted. The resolutions follow. "W hereas. .Mr, W illlnni S. Ilenton. a hittlilv respei ted and bouoit d t iti-m-ii of the sine of Chihuahua ami a subject of Ureal Urb-iin WHS hrutnllv murddoi and i.-a aa l-d n' i 'itid.nl Ji'ait-S!. Jli-sli ii. by l-'iii n i Imi ii Villa, we. Ihe eill.cns of Kl I'a.-io, Texas, and refiiKees from Mexico, at an indigna tion mi elitiir h Id In Kl Vnso, rehruary Jnih, IIUI. wishing to protest ni".-l empliatii -ally aftninxt Ihe t rtu-l and violent irealnnnl which has been ac corded foreigners ilurinn the past three yours of revolution In thai loimlrv, hcu to submit lo (lie world and (he American pie (he follow - 1 nsr hr'.pf slMt eniciit nf fai l.-: "The col, led and heartless as- sassiiiati.ui of Mr. William S. lanl.'ii without any tame whatever oilier than the fai l that he went lo Juan 1 to protest iiKainst (he ct-l is. ai ion ef his properly, 'I . I:, -niellos' ram h in north, -in Mcxiii, which had been re peat, dlv I, n, led. Is bill another i rime 10 be ailile I lo the hundreds thai have alrendy been romnittled anninsi all foieiuniia living In .Mt-xho wh.i hiivc hern driven frnni theii- In, me.', their properlv deslroy etl. In main t itses woiutn have been ,ai!iavii-,l and fore'!ltefs 111 I r ' I el el I in ci-lll bl I ntil fm no oth.-r le.ison than on a. -( (Hint of t In n tin I mn. iln v . Stale lt pari nirnl Denounced. "We believe that the Male depart ment at Washington has pet sist i til h siippresn-,1 tacts ctuiceili im; Ihe true londitions in .M'-Mio and endeavored through tnspirt-il newspaper article and by other niiiins to mislead Un American people and form piil.li -opinion for political purposes in sup port of a police (hat Is ruin, cis In all forelun iiilefe-ls in .Mexico and to the Mexican people I heiiist Iv is In sup perl of this slaieinenl we would ,.,ll 11 I lent n.u lo ;t rti eul article in the New York World whiih purport, to be a semi-official 'nl, rv lew- coniini! from the r-ecrelarv of slide's office ami which slated thai while a ureal liiinv Americans had lest their llvts In Mex ico, t;o one had been Ultirilelt'il M.l.t, on lo-count of his nationality. Tins statement we know lo be absolutelv fills,' it ml we believe there are repot Is on file ill Ihe Mate department from our own consuls to the t oiilrarv. We retail in the last few months hh. Ii rases as Ihe asMissinatloii of Mr. I'-ur loll at Salila llii.-itlia, Mr. Haves an I Mr. Thomas at Madera, and Mi. I'.rooks In iiorlbern Chihuahua, and ,u every one of thene , iiscs thev' wet " niost brutally innrdere I for no other itasou titan t l..it thc wt-io .Ameti.a.i citizens. eminent llarliors OnllaHs, "Some months nun the sliite tb pai t -ment officials officially declared ia Olie of lis messages lo .Mexico that it would hold the Mexican leaders per sona llv responsible for olllral;ct! coin milled aituins! American etii.cns. AI the present moment our Kovc-rnmeiit . hiirboijnii lien. Yiuz Salaar, who l,a- .-'It unbroken -n mil ever since he took the field ill Mexico of nutri,tos com muted aii.iinsi our clll.cns; there are lllltllV t'illZellS of tlllH ( ilV W ltd Were cruelly ami binliilly lreale, ,y (Ins man, many who have It, en held for ransom an I it 1,-asl one. Mr. Foun tain, win, was shot by his order, an I thus fur he has 1,,-en immune from nil piinis'inient be our Kov eminent. "At the present moment Maximo I'asiillo. win, lor many months has been nl (he In ad of an (unlaw band In iioiihern .Mexico, hid litis ton- t it.. ens for ransom anu perpetrating all kinds ..f uiilruMos. lll'I.V hill lied alive sixty pas.-el,i:el s ill I, el mi (he .Noitbv. lielllK ISH ell asv Illlll our mil ei iiiiimii "We sllbroil li.e.si whose band between fifty ,u,, , (Jle Cumbre tun- estern railroad, is j and piotet lion hv I fa. Is IS ('Villi 'II' e ; , '' tillotlKh it'll' encoiirav- I " lo ( ominil I 'Ii lliat our li.ivii ti in li I Is. weak and v in-l Mai in", noli.-; Itnr these law lets I. a lers all kinds of t.us i .ihcs asaima foreign- Pi. ets, ami ilolnvt a see it Iniiistice to : , o our own peopb- that is result Im; in the 1 II loss of hundreds of millions of ilollalsl'h Of fo ....litl lite miiriler of tnttm-I of our t-ithc n, the rapine, of Ann i i, an I Wollli-n idlil 1 -lllliiil :im ul' m,m-. her- I self. I illu (ummoti Mm ,lci r. "The i ii reer i f l-'i .m, is,-., ill;i. a ! iii.iu w lie ha.: been an outlaw and I murderer I'm- man viavs and .ho is now li-iiil i iik in aii.itiaiy .iii.I ilespoti, ! rciun of tell. i. in (t liollhcltl MeM, o. I Is more cruel an. I lail-amus m In, I method:, than arv iMani in the w ut Id':; j lllslory. It is a ta. I that In- ll i ' t'Cill I'd W llh i otllen.pl III,- repi escll- tativts of all iiciii m--, ..a 1 that he does not hesitate : o put a man to di ai h for the slight. -si , a a-e ami nr In nnv way mi iutiiii: li displ.- . mi i t, e believe it a ihs-jrnee In ..nr i;,,v, rnnieni .-ill. I the Ann I a all people in Literal' Mit h ii man, nun h h-.-s In civo him mm a I suppm I , t In i . ..n ' it liesotyed, 'I mil tin a:.-e P. I'lllleil dor ill tes M 11- i - ushi..si..n. t m- n.,....i st.,.. .alois, with tin- 1 . ipa ,;t that it I into the I'litutl'e.-Miillal Kc.olil, ii ltd j We appeal to tin in and to all n.u ii p 1 1 ,',rlil.n i . .-. in botli btainhiH of . on-i mess to adopt resolutions In imnp I1 (he state depart meiit to ii-.insiiilt to 1 inl'ltl'ISS its records pel t.llllilll'. In the' ( ill i a i;i',i colli mil ted a tii iin t A mei i. a on i and Inrelviners lo ,li vu u, and to iaUf- such a ( t ion ,is will y,i e oar people 111 - j prelection Kiiat'.intei ii ih.in under their ( (insliiiiln mil rUhis and to uiiiintiiin tin- honor and picslue of t nullify in t he ev es of I In- vv oi I I We appeal lo von to uiaUe Known tin- tails lo the American people and to there in Kond I'allll lire uiven Ihe pro tecllnn that Is Justly due them." The lower floor of the theater, des pite ill.- olnmiic nf plans, vv.ih filled ut i :-tu o'cloi Iv and in (lie nevl hall' hour every neat was taken and the tire de part!!!! nt nl. hied the aisled cleared. I A crowd of several htmaiT.I lulled t , .,, rMU I'he r, .'.iliil ions ivi tc reported m by W. II. Seanioii, a lefuyee and pi otill neul iniliinvt liian-. K. M. Innlley and C,,. f. II. 'liim ,,f 1)1 Paso. They v. elf adopted wilh a shout . 'I'he procecdiiiKs were Mai pi I by liiidl"y, who called upon e-i lev, I iiov Curry of New Mexico to in I as i hau nt. in. The chair staled (In- puiin.se of tin ir.i'etiiiK and sut!t;,sle,l thhl Mayo Kelly v,aa unduly alarmed when lc forbads the Cleveland Park meet Ins- "We are sober citizens who Ineaiil lo Kiilher lo express our views in an orderly manner." said he. "The tuavnr may have feiired that there vvoiilil have bein il few brawls, and he may Seveie vStoim VVIiieh LVan Wednesday, and Continues, Damages Oane and Lem on Crops Gieatly, , (BY MOtNINI JOUHNAL PKCIAt. LIAtfU HR I.os Auceles, l-'i-b Un. oraniie und Union HluWets of the ollllis fruit re Liioll about I.os Aliueles. Willi Hlll'fercil !., Vcielv 111 I he I I -t-eze ol ' January . .;, siisla ined another bald I low in the rloiiu which In yan eailv W oil nesda y i. nd t out inn. , t o, lay . ( irovi s th il wele Hipp, al and shrivi-h d b Ihe frost a veil- aim were washed out lodav be l'-i I cms t Im I i ushetl d.iw n froiii th in. oil.!. . in.-, an I Lie ma.Hy Hil.itiMl the V illi vs. And in manv In.-ilatn t homes mi. I oth.-r movable properlv lloill'-ti ol oil the elesl of (lie SWII'l iUK 'in entH vt II II Ihe I n es. Sllllimal l.i d, Ihe flood situation ab. ml I.os Aiir. les loiileht was as f low s: Pooo na. . cnli r of a lai'4e fi uu Ki'ovviiiii tlist i at -on, ne and fiiic lil.ins laid In tile sloliii Wiil.i., I.vt-lv mve ilaitiimetl more or I sill ferlln; Ins from $:.lol tu Jill no ' All I'.l lll'oa I ami electric lines o a - I out. ( 'ov ii.a, a low n In tin- ,11 1 us belt .Mcnai i d hv l l Is held back otilv I . a I ' III ptT.it V da III haul ll v el i . 1 1 d. Two iirownetl. .Miss MiMin 11,-vilb-, a Woiiiio laieliei, und her cousin. "I M. Seitz. laucber. striViiiK (., sav, hollies illlll prol es. iMilailo, Sau lietnartllno iiiiiiitv Cilv V. ii Iff SV I-Ill ilii'Uil.eil .j iitot'll'. .Mi, ov ki'ov, s I loodeil. Monrovia, in Ihe foothills Cities Tovcs and streets Jumaucd , lor -rents ilashlii'4 down iiIoiiiiIiiMisuIch. Scores of hollies of poor families II ;he lowlands inimdaled. Manv , ol . (. 1 1 I when a rip-rap or (em "t ., i c. i in e; ei I' d to prated ra III olid 1 1 o - li ivc w a v. i PiiBiideiia Siirroiiii'liin; ti'nii. , ki'i V es sllll. l cd. Slea In ai, a ill on I I ra I l ie Interrupied. W hill a I VII bi ,. In s ipa !wa'.hei out. suburban si i v e t -iht-'l. l-riiil oreh, nils , ! ' In- .1. del. lo luuip' 1 Lario- itre I" of low lauds fl ..led Saoli, Alia, l!ultt;e iiinnlv c ash. .1 awa' ; Main an I troll Pi i.lni l leibill- ba n st rv li e ciil off. Il.fiii W, ml, rol.lll ol I.os I.-, Town 11 led whi n storm vvalei.- ov ia Xi il 1 1 v pel t ut sew ei , di u 1 1 1 i u I Aiu-elis, and binsi mnmt. r pipes. sail i 'eul it I litl bur I I . di mol a I- i. tl. p., ill oa I and 1 1 ollev I r. c I, .' pi e.i.lin ; to a width , miles a ii I cxi end inn lit a 1 1 . i in III s I o I os A I, Holes I PI, IV I ll I l.-'-.V PI. ' Ill- p i t' i 1 1 I ' lam I ioolis pa l l 'tl 1 1 v I v oi ii swell, rah-, d hv Ii n li under .1 rut. . li I vv t Illy w -, le- 1 I win I ' .'ll 'in p. at I k il Ii Kaillou I tiair a n( rv in inula 1 1 .1 : lo av y I Ides. peml llocl I lions I l I Til d. b. .Is overflow t I, f' till Ill luav in s wt .tkcnt III III y to bet I ! tV, he i n v liflllf. I iis fm Inui rain fell the , hui s I oi i, loin Vlll i' the i i t rus eon nl rv . In Iimi:' fell, but '.j.i.ld liiounlaiiis si-lit do.v tl I 'I s-vept aiicyoi: bailitn;' a ud I I b-.l ,lisl t-u (s lii i b, b.'Hini s svv ce.lnv, I i. in: i lot- t- I, alii. tail ll I . .. was rlil! ! -in. Time 'i Hie -11 III, I till. Iii an I o,.l m a d t i.-i at,., I i a n lines i mil t a i I ra ins .v i r a 1 "ullei tun, l ie So . iimi was put ,n t. tbiv dir i 1 1 f it..' , ondi e 1 bioiirl, ; clfic vail.. Iillatfion c: had le en r . north luul I her 1 1 uu ,,r; i, l l.-r I I a H cd, a ml t ra Ir s 1 1 oa lo be rouleil via Par . tow. (t onllniicd ln rune Two.) IFilfliEIIS OF CALIFORNIA HARD HIT AGAIN OTHER BRITISH SUBJECTS Si' ALSO TO HAKE 'DISAPPEARED' Two E lU'Jisliiiion, FiiiMuls ofiMaskoi Ci-iituii, Ri'iioih'vl ;u U'liously M i s s i n I as Mys- Altei Scaicl tor Scot, STORY AS TOLD IS NOT EXACJI.Y CLEAR. ,0110 of Men Invoked in Latest i Sensation Horn Juanv Pe i set i bed a. Owner of Ranch I in This State, j imr MORNIN'l (OIKtNAl I FEaM. t Oltl .Hf ' III Mst I, TcX., Pl'b. "II. . 'I'wo re ! I amlisli iiii-n tire renm led at havimr I "disn ppenred" in Juarez. 'I'he report Iciiiue tuiiitilit Pmiii Samuel Slewnrt, 'who says the men. John Lawrence alitl a c I il 1 ei 1 1 it i ii Ii imcil Cntlis, vveiil la .luarez Wcdnesdiiv to search for .Willi am S. Pa-iilon ami expres-se,l the ' fear tb it thev, like Ponton, had been shot. Slewail. with Major I lolnubihl, of Villa's Ht it IT, were penult led lo sea reli Ihe Jul in and uimrd houses of Jua re1', today, hut fuuiul Uu liin-c of Ihein. Law ri m e ts t hief emilnecr of -a California development i-iipipiiiiv 'litul came hiTe tut a vacation Irom V iit.iu . t iirdniit In Kli wait. ! Slcvviirl s slants In to Is not exactly 'clear, ti I! hound he told a cli'cumsta n lial sloi v of his search for Ihe uils.uiiM 'in, -ii. Al fu-t he uave ihe name nf ' Thnni pson, hut when told thai III" 'name would be piil.h-h.it. he -ai, he Itvas L n , xv n hoi.- as Sli-w ,. 1 1, lie Is an ! Pim'lshn'ian and claimed lo have served In Snath A fin a ,,s a lieutenant III Ihe Kiriy-lhii-il atlilbrv, II.- wore the South Alii, no and oianne I'm- Plilti- lllclafs Willi S'-Vcral set v tee ha rs, I .a w , t,. ,-, he s ,1,1. wi-nl lo s, hool . w It h 1 1, iilon In I an- land 'urt is, he said, itNo vv.iM an Kit ill Isli ma n by bit Hi. but is now tin- owner of a rnnch I') N. vv M.-xi.o LawTtiu e. du lls und II. iiloti. In- added, were on in , Im-is of an Ki.ithsli s- lo.ol of which the liiitisii iiml'i. .i.nl.ir. Sir Cecil f print: - I ! u-e ia a lin i . n. r. i Stewart si I.I (hat ,l:p hard Km lies !ler, iiiiotlier I an: 1 1 -diniii n, a n fiiLtce lure from Tcpie. 1 1 n o, bad receive, I a leli'Viiaiti sbilum thai llairv Cham bi i la i n. Nl id to I it a I li it ish i oil ii I it c Hi;, -nl at bus' Anr.eles, would In- here toiniurew n It on i In cm ii'-, i Ion 'with (be ca,.. mi. I he ad. bd thai Ihe iiml'acs inlor also was cnteailoriin; a (lip In (he bolilil. Slew. il l Mini he was a soldb r of forntne. lb- was with I'm ranz i as an arlillery olfi.-ei, but bit him because In- con hi n't u- I hi-- si la i . II.- (it im- llel e to Seek el . e W it ll ilia, bill made no. aiical loii lo ll. In- sitv s, : he foiiiitl lliiil iii s ii t s, all e,ul in the r, .i I (on i-ai i .(..a li t. I In ch unpaid for I b r, e in, mi h I ( I ll: I i V Pa in h, who Was beiiii; I lie. I for beiinr ;i so. also ,t : a t'.ea i e.l lo dav 'I'b. .mas l IMwalils, Amelleall eoli.'.lll al .lltal.i, said thai when I'l tend of I a li. h w en, t ., v l-ot lllot I W .Hi ! tl-iifis and f-otl, lie llo III the e, ll W lo I e In- I, as- I O belli ineiuti ol iiul. .olo Mine la : Mliulav itlnii- iii- 1 1 ... I ..,.. ' i in-; b- Id. P. -. -Is vv . I,- uu, in, ,ais to, lav thai I ia ia ll vv oill.i be Mint 'I'lie consul I't ciuili'b nt thai p.i'M h was not removed I., ( 'hill naliiiu, h ine i. 1 1 .ii-iMii tins moitiMiK win, .i.n. ci a I ilia on I.e., t ,1. M. ie.it .iloi. .1 .. I . i.. 1 ol'fi. el vv bos. ii iino b.. .in! not l.-ai u as r.-mai kitiu. Wt II, We've goll. O till of till, c lliol'c ,(npoin Jp of Aimed Alloy Win u-pii rimi Men in I in1 mi I ' l. (e p , , ,y -1 j Hi:, BRUSH SEMEN nmiLiiiuni. inau n MEXICAN GANG vXilUlt'l OPIUM.-, U rxnliieUeiT ol hoblniK the rate uuestlon in : Inch, r trlliiin.il. In brief the Prow'n in xinmu iuvimat pl..i.t toiiu mill 'ordinance via held VOhl tiff HUSO IIS I d Paso, T,-x, I'i b. :.n A in usli ! provisions "v II I ually make It a fruit b.tweill Col pm,, .bu-ill, 'I'l nop M.'nlll-e" XX 111. It should IlilVO hem Sllh. 'I hit leeiit Ii caialiv, and a s, r; nutted I" u Vote nf the, tax puylntf mine ,,f .Mi xl. ai.',. .iitriiii: whh I. Uu- do tors. M ' vii;i ns it 1 1 1 1 in i ,, nsi n s lue, oi - " ' - -PRESIDENT GREETS I'll t ti t .title u,.. tl i nc x I " I .11,.; i u il II alley ill 1 ha I pot ! loll of the out I Iris of tin- iii v I, m.w n m Halt a Mill. A. cm dun; to ,i, ut. naul Waller H. .Will, .b-n.-eu ,.,-i.eil lb" Mexicans, muhninii ioum.iL. itiiiitL tuna wml oiue ,.f vvhiiiii vv , i ,, i in. d. whit Ih.'v; V a diitiKl.in. l-'ch. Jtl. - I'l t'siilt-nt vv b.itii:. Instead ,,f i. pivnn- tlnvi Wilson lonmlit shook hands w ilh sev- : tait,, to run and ion,,- ot th.-in filed end en h In , I Kninhls (if 1'ythlus a I J.tim n. 'Ih. I., 1 1, i t in i it hi I Ins 1 1 lb- I vv In, nc al ieiuhin( I he animal cnliv di al them iiiiiI I , believe, I t i,,,ve hilM.on an. I ,- 1, hrii 1 1 tl vC the (ir.U-r'3 one man, who fit. i - ,.iii,a.ii ul t he ' ' i lohl. n ,1 iibih e." Hon I I i,, a. a In. iui.,1. wilh a bullet, Tin, s .1. Calhii);, ef .Macon, .iii.. wound in (In- I,,: I no cxpl.t n.u Ion t sup. eine . ham eilor, ph-tlued the sup- ilS to Ili'.V he lec lveil jt j I ol I "i Mill. Illlll "brothers" UflU tij.UUO In all Neill esinu iti-,1 (hit a bout "s' I. i s ' to Se.rel.tiv Pi.vatls pu.tv.v- 1)11 X sll.it.4 . I, Pie. I. Jl It 1. ll'S C III- , poll. . I. 'ldes I I ! s 1 1 1 ' . I to hiS a "s, sialic. when " w THEODORE'S FORCES . ,, ll s i , . i . t ,iii'. o. Tin- (tool's ule ,,Mim for filibus I'-riHK ex ie.lll lolu to lleak a. loss tie liver anv whole al r (be l...'.ler. A: 'a It I , tl I . a r Wiit.li is I' ile? lua 1 1, 1 a I md i t v .(It.- , I v il am hoi it n a at l.a-i i 't uees, j N. M . . fottv I.n, lini,-:. from here, , which Is lieli.veil I" I,,, the I e m , by i ii i uiioinleil for ni!o bun. I. I'.i plain 1 Hairy .V. C.iot.-s, plot. el nut i sha I , here, riperit last inrnl there on Ho vv it, h. but iiolluie; ib v ,,p. il and h, 1 el 11 1 Tied I.I tills i-ltv. THREE HEN 10 RESISTED SHOT Robbers Enter Pas sender Train Near Be or. t-i ham, Wash,; One of Them Shoots With Fatal Accuracy FRIGHTENED WOMEN YIELD THEIR PURSES Special Train With Posse Is ..uslicd to Scene, but Des peradoes Have Excellent Oppoitunity to Escape. V MOflNIN JOUMNAl tlCIAt. tlAtl WlSf pelliiiKhaiii. Wash., l-'eh, I'D. When lliree pnssiTiniTH on lireat Northern pass.-nner train .o. iKiS, houtnl for a in onv t-r, l. C,. niiilertook to resist one of a li lo of hotllups who entered the (lav t inch when Ihe train 'n runnlnvc nbmu; Ihe editc of the bay, nine miles south of here tonlsht ill T;:tn, (he holdup pulled an BUloiiiatle pistol and shot the men dead In I heir h arks. Thomas S. Wiidsw oi th, n 1'nnadlnn Pacific ciiinl iicior of Vancouver, 1). C: P L, Lee of Hi euierton, Wash, and II P. Anderson, a Irnvellim sales man of ii ni'nuvei , 11, C , lite the dead Itlell. It Is believe, I the three hundlts boarded the tin III at IturllllKton, a few- miles south of the pliic of the, holdup. They were seen to leave thn sinoklUK car alitl enter tile Vestibule between it und the day couch where liny thtl white handkerchiefs ttbiml their fae, h. (Hie of the men then entered thai day coach and walked to the rear door, a second one stepped just in sole the couch, while the third i't niiiliied In the vesllhule. As the man reached the door und Mtn it i-tl lo bu k II, the three men who were killed, leaped from their seals nUd stalled Liapldimt With Illlll. At itjal minute the robber, who was nt (be f. 'ivvar, end of the car, Uettaii slloolllm into the celllliK of the cur tint put out the ll'ihls, 'I'he lubber (; ra p p 1 1 in with the three men beiian slim. tint,'. Me fired probablv I, ti shnls. Lee was the llrst man lo fall. 'I'he next (Wo shots killed Wailsvv nrth and Anderson, Lee nits It vim; to crawl behind the tear seat when the bandit turned bis mm on him ami tiled live or six I hots Into his back. None of the shuts llred by Ihe other bandit took effect, hut he UjitoiizciI the I'a.sst iikitm, a half dozen women fainlniK. 'I'he I Hilled Hill ('Oil 1 women in the robber who killed the men anil started to the front of h. As. he passe, lilting several pussciiKTIs held their purses lisle. II" . 1 1 In-red up it hand- lul of The ' a.-i her ! so; mi I had h each thel llll-e, it 1 1 1 1 ilnn ran. bandits h ft the train to ll (aiue to ii stop from a n by the conductor who the shootiim from another tilve aid ml pulled lb, rd. I 'tlSSl S well' litlllleillv iormeil here ctal train was rushed to the .1111,1 a spec i.. cut-, bill TO" , ef th m in a omit of the wlltl siin oundinif country and n- opp.ii t ii mt v to url away In n bout Ihe San .In, iii Islands, little hope Is Id eul for their speedy rapture. Tr. rniirvMr nnnni tiv ! I l I. l r riUI'lu v -UIVirAIN T AT DENVER'S MERCY I lV MUNIS IQUNNAL gFltaAI. LIAA WISfll j Tictivi r, F. h, -;n. Thai citizens of I I ..-iivei- may piescrtoe rules anil meth ods under which Ihe Mountain Slates 'l i b phone ti TeleiM-npd Co., may do bosiii,.sM iii tin- tlty. Iii et feet, was (lis opinion handed (town today by Jinlue ..nd, n II iieiiisnii In tlm district court. j'l'he decision, rendered in the ,U wariiiiiio proceetllnns broiii,'ht by i'U lini Alloriiev John A. Kush. held thai Ihe coiiipanv Is not entitled to use the -ti.-. is and alleys of penver for its i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ii t until it shall have Seoul.-, I ii, vv franchises. Today's court in 1 1 t 1 1 inai I, e. I the close of thn first st.iL'e of Ihe l.-mtl buttle that has been DEAD 8! BANDIT DURING HOLDUP, In prouress for more than a year. ; It was ii ii, ha -a nod xenet'iilly today Itbai the c. ai i 'a n v wonlil a')eal to tho HIP .-lute ."lllilcllie court wltlllll tile t'-n I.os t; i ii ill . il for that purpose. ilVtOi 'I'he decision of tlie court whereby , 'the so-called Pi-own ordinance, flxinis IIHI ' the laics no t.-lephoiiH service iii lien- V 11 Was net 1.1 1 ctl invalid, VXIU ll.l V c (lie bevance until passed upon hv KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS DEFEATED IN HAITI ' 11 1 ,av Mosisn jauHNAL ivictAL itAilo wistt cm llaitieti, Haiti, Kelt. -H, Til i i b. arniv w as runt ol loday a flcr sev e r a I cu.ooiileis with Hie Koverniiielil lor, , -t und fell bio k Inside the i lly if C.ipe llallien. l anic prevails iimi an Americuii vvnislilp has landed murines. The eon utilities lire KiviiiK asylum tu lellltjetit.