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I! CONSULS TO BE .
Daniels Issues Orders to Ad
mirals of Ships on Both
Washington, April 25 Secretary
Tinniels late todav instructed Rear
Admiral Howard to bend every ef
fort for the protection of the Amer
ican consuls and their families and
all foreigners on the Pacific coast of
.Mexico The last line of Admiral
Howard's directions reads:
"Consider these Instructions first
duty of your fleet at this time."
Washington, April 2". Secretary
Daniels, at the request of Secretary
Bryan today ordered Rear Admiral
Howard, commanding the naval
forces on the Pacific coast, to give
either asylum or passage on his ves
sels to any American consul desiring
to leave Mexico by way of the west
coast. Like orders have been given
Rear Admiral Badger concerning con
suls who may leave through Mexican
Admiral Howard reports frcm the
west coast of Mexico that Generam
consul at Mazatlan is extending his
friendly offices to get the steamer
' ity of Sydney to take away all for
eigners at Mazatlan. He reports a
demonstration in front of the Amer
ican consulate at that place last night
and that the governor has made all
possible reparation and that a guard
of federal soldiers is now protecting
An appeal for government guns to
arm citizens of Bisbee. Ariz., to re
pel any Invasion from Mexican terri
tory was laid before Secretary of
War Garrison today by Senator
A6hurst. Governor Hunt, in a tele
gram to Senator Ashurst, asked that
Mimi ntles be stiit from the army
post. A telegram to Senator Ashurst
from Captain John C Greenway at
Bisbee said that 900 Mexicans, "said
to belong to thp Constitutionalist
forces'' were driving Americans out
of Cananea, across the border.
Philadelphia, April 25. The scout
cruiser Salem is expected to leave the
Philadelphia navy yard this afternoon
for Mexican waters
The destination is said to be Tarn
Pico The cruiser will carry a crew
of 350 men and 75 marines.
On Board U. S. S. South Dakota. At
Sea, April 25 Orders were received
this morning for the South Dakota,
originally ordered to Mazatlan. to pro
ceed further south. The collier Jupi
ter will continue to Mazatlan and join
the flagship and torpedo flotilla as
ordered. On receipt of the orders, the
South Dakota Increased her speed to
Chief Justice of Colorado Su
preme Court, Associate Jus
tice and Others Go to
Denver, April 25 Chief Justice
George W. Musser of the state su
preme court. A. R. King, associate
justice and three other persons to be
appointed by the governor will Iphvh
late today for Trinidad to investigate
certain phases of the strike situation
This announcement was made by
Governor K. M Ammons.
From other sources It was learned
that their inquiry would be in the
interest of peace.
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CHURCH SCENE IN "FAUST," THE GRAND OPERA
I AT THE ORPHEUM TOMORROW NIGHT.
FRENCH TO CARE !
Mexican Embassy in Washing
ton to Be Turned Over to
Washington, April 25 Formal or
ders under which the archives and
other property of the Mexican em
I bassy here are to be turned over to
the safe keeping of the French am
bassador were being awaited today
L'ntll they are received the sub-sec-r.'t;nies
of the embassy staff will re
main to look alter the chancellory.
Then they will depart for Toronto.
Canada, where they will join Mr Al
gara, former charge here.
The French consul general in New
York will be given general supervi
sion of all Mexican consular offices
j throughout the United States.
, BRYAN DENIES
Washington, April L'5 Secretary of
State Bryan today emphatically de
nied widespread and persistent re
ports that he would resign from the
cabinet. When informed of publish
ed reports that he would relinquish
his post should war be declared
against Mexico. Mr. Bryan said
"The subject of my resignation has
never been discussed with anybody
nor thought of by me "
Whitf House officials pointed to
the general denial issued a few days
ago of the story that Secretary Bryan
would resign, saying that statement
wds sufficient to cover all rumors of
Outside of the White House there
has been considerable discussion of
the individual views known to be held
by members of the cabinet on the
present situation. None of these Is
said to be serious or approaching anv
breach In the presidents official
family, but there have been natural
differences of opinion as to wht ag
gressive measures would be pursued.
The president himself, it is said,
has invited the widest range of sug
gestions from his advisers and has
steered a middle course between
those who favor a quickly aggressive
policy and those who believe war can
be beet averted by patient observa
tion and carefully deliberated action.
Officials point out that the war de
partment is naturally anxious to take
every reasonable precaution with its
forces and the navy Is bending Its
energies likewise to perfect its ar
rangements for actual warfare. They
say also that the state department,
which is trying through diplomacy to
prevent aggressive movements which
might aggravate action by the Con
stitutionalists, and the Merican peo
ple as a whole, is occupied In friend
ly repression of the war spirit of its
All the cabinet secretaries denied
that there is any serious division.
Situation Across Border
Arouses Fears of Citizens
HUNT WIRES GARRISON
Would Mobilize Militia
Mounted Indians Offered
More Refugees Arrive.
Washington, April 25. A telegram
from citizens of Arizona to Senator
Ashurst, asking for the immediate
dispatch of rpgulars to the Arizona
border. w;is today laid before Socre
tnr Garrison. The telegram reported
that there was evidence of restless
ness among Mexicans across the bor
der and fears wore expressed for the
safety of Arizona citizens, unlrss
troops were sent
Governor Hunt of Arizona was In
Communication with Secretary Garri
son today over the possibility ol mob
llislng the rizona militia for patrol
on the Mexican border in connection
with the regular troops.
Tucson, Art. . April 26 Superin
tendent h I, McQuigg of the Papo
Indian reservation said today that lie
would offpr the services of 4uii mount
ed Indians to the government in case
Douglas. Ariz , April 25 Among
the refugees who arris ed here today
were several Kikapoo Indians who,
although they nre under the protec
tion of the American government,
have been living in the Mexican state
Forty-six foreigners from El Tigre,
Sonora, are expected here tonight
Bishop C. W Ulywhitp has dispatch
ed a second messenger to warn the
.Mormons of Coloma Morelos to come
to the United States.
Mexicans to Be Fed.
The three thousand Mexicans
thrown out of employment by the
closing of the copper mines at ca
nanea will be provided with food free
from the company store there as long
as the supply lasts. The managers
of the bis properties at Cananea and
at Nacozar say that they expect thai
an understanding between the rebels
and the United States will have been
reached by the end of next wpek and
that their foreign employes now here
will remain on the border with the
t icpectation of an earl resumption of
OEOROE F. BAE-R
President of Reading Railway
Company Falls to Street
With Stroke of Paralysis.
Philadelphia. April 2,r George F.
Baer, president of the Reading Rail
way company was stricken on the
6treet here today with what physi
cians believe was a stroke of paraly
sis He fell to the sidewalk and was
carried to his home five blocks dls- i
tant, where physicians who were
summoned are now with him It is.
believed that Mr. Baer's condition is
Mr. Baer became 1 at 9 o clock
while walking from his home to hi
office He became unconscious and
uaB carried into a shop Later he
was taken home. Dr. Alfred Stengel,
Mr. Baer's physician was summoned
Immediately. Dr. Stengel said Mr.
Baer's condition 1s serious and he is
doubtful of the outcome.
AT TAMPICO CITY
Insurgent General Wires Mata
moras Headquarters of At
tack and Expected
Brownsville. Texas, April 25. The
following report from General Cabal
lero, rebel commander at Tamplco, to
Constitutionalist headquarters at Ma
tamoros, under date of 24th, was giv
en out here today:
"Having come to my notice that the
federals In Tamplco were offering
further insults to Americans, I Imme
diately reopened my attack at 4 a. m.,
this morning, and already have cap
tured the cemetery, where a stront:
federal force resisted. Expect tri
umph by night."
TO FIGHT AMERICANS :
London. April 25. A cablegram
from Venustlano Curranzu, dated Chi
huahua, saying he protest? most en
ergetically against an American in
vasion of Mexico Is published by a
press association in Madrid 'The
Mexican people.'1 the message adds,
"will unite to fight against the In
vaders to the last breath Of the
17,000 Spaniards in Mexico, many are
ready to fight by the side of the
No mention is made of Villa in the
dispatch from Carranza.
VERA CRUZ QUIET
UNDER U. S. RULE
vra Cruz, April 25. Almost nor
mal tranquility has been restored in
1 the city but occasional sniping oc-
Icurred during the night. There was.'
however, no general disorder, th
domination of the city by the Amor
ican forces having been generally ac
cepted by the resident.
Tim nrrU'i LsBUed from the admir
al a headquarters for th.- rinsing of
all saloons remained in effect today.
The restaurants are having diffi
i ull in lurnishlng the usual quan
tity and finality of food owing to the
i Impossibility of obtaining supplies
Prices have therefore, been advanced.
I tie American lines, some ten
milr-s In length, now completely en
r irelp the city Outposts ha v; ' ln-cn
established covering all points from
one to five miles out
ORDERED TO DUTY
Washington, April 2 Secretary i
Daniels, through Major General Har
nett, commandant of marines, today
ordered the following retired marine
corps officers to special recruiting
duty at these stations
Captain F. M. Esllck of Gadsden,
Ala., to St. LiOUls
Captain R. C Walker of Middle
tow D N. V.. at Boston.
Captain D. W. B. Blake of Pass
Christian, Miss., to St. Paul
Captain H T. Swain of Saratoga,
Cal.. to Portland, Ore
JAPAN WANTS NO
TROUBLE WITH U. S.
Tokio April 26. The .Japanese pre
mler today authorized t ii f statement
that Japan has no intention whatso-1
enr of utilizing the present trouble
betw een the Cnited States and Mex
ico to secure from the 1'nlted States
a satisfactory settlement of the Cali
TO ACT FOR MEXICO
Washington. April 25. Senor Don;
Juan Uiano. the Spanish ambassador,
today announced that he had taken
charge of the affairs of the Mexican
government in Washington.
The secretarial force left at the
Mexican embassy following the de
parture of Charge Algara, also an
nounced that the consular affairs of
the Mexican government would be
turned over to the Spanish consuls
through the Spanish consul general
at New York.
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Debate continued on naval appro
Passed joint resolution authorizing
secretaries of war and navy to loan
equipment fr instructing and train
ing to sanitary organizations of Amer
ican National Red Cross.
Arthur R. Marsh of New York cot
ton exchangp, before agriculture com
mittee hearing on anti-cotton future,
testified that if proposed legislation
is not carefully safeguarded it might
eliminate cotton growers producing J
Mel at noon.
lnteroceanic canals committee con
tinued hearing on toll exemption re
Five Hundred Men With Field
Pieces Stationed at Cali
Calexico. Cal . April 25 The Amer
ican military forces here were in
creased to about 500 men with two
field pieces today by the arrival this
morning of fifty men of the coast ar
tlllery with two three-inch guns un
der Captain James G. Harbord Cap
tain Harbord, who ranks Captain i
Arthur Polllon of Troop D. assumed
command of the United States forces
Information was received on the
American side of the international
line today that Mexican volunteers
and conscripts were drilled all night
SENT TO ULSTER
Province Determined to Offer
Armed Resistance Against
Introduction of Home Rule
Belfast, Ireland, April 25 A con
Blgnment of about 40,000 rifles and
half a million rouud6 of ammunition
from Germany was landed at isolated
points on the coast of Ulster during
the night and distributed by means
of 200 automobiles to the various
headquarters of the Ulster "volun
The Ulstermen. who declare them
selves determined to offer armed re
sistance to the introduction of home
rulo, were mobilized last night and
cuaided the landing places and the
roads until the distribution of the
arms had been completed.
The police were powerless to in
terfere, and all communications were
PACIFIC COAST MEN
"Washington, April 25. Representa
tives of Pacific coast commercial in
terests appeared today before the
senate lnteroceanic canals committer
In opposition to the propotad repeal
: ADVERTISING S
iirj The following live wires believe in up-to-J
the -minute advertising, and are users of in-- !
I dividual electrical displays designed and built-
by us for their businesses in particular:
Boyle Furniture Co.
m Buchmillcr & Flowers.
Cheesman Automobile Co.
Woolworth Store, Ogdcn. j
' Woolworth Store, Salt Lake City.
James Auto Co.
j Fred M.Nye Co. gg
Harry Davis, Jeweler.
Manhattan Clothes Shop.
Harry Korb, Billiards. "
Stimson's Restaurant r i
Utah National Bank.
Brown Ice Cream Co.
Poulsen Bar. j
Ward's Coffee House.
Ogden Steam Laundry.
Feery-Knisely Hardware Co. I
Marion Hotel. I
Midvale Drug Co. j
Golden Rule Store, Helper.
Van Dyke, the Tailor. HI
Groves Hotel, Tremonton.
Hudson Drug Co. dp
Alta Theater, Brigham City, n
Down's Chili Parlor.
City Cafe. I
R. P. Hunter, Real Estate. Q
Q F. &A. Bar.
I. L. Clark & Sons Co.
Mabelle Cleaning Co.
Orpheum Candy Co.
N. O. Ogden.
j Misch Drug Co.
Noggle Studio. -
Independent Meat Co.
-j Glen-Roberts Piano Co.
Al Wood's Chili Parlor. B
Wilcox Grocery. j
Ogden Book & Curio Co.
Ford & Shirk Shine Parlor.
B Healy Hotel Cafe. H
Golden Eagle Clothing Store.
Pauloo Tailoring Co., Salt Lake City.
H Glissmeyer, Tailor, Salt Lake City,
jgj Guarantee Tire & Rubber Co., Salt Lake City.
Pullman Cafe of New Grand Hotel, Salt Lake m
Nobby Suitorium, Salt Lake City. R .
Newhouse Cafe, Salt Lake City.
I La Salle Cafe, Salt Lake City.
, Palace Shine Parlor, Salt Lake City.
Branning Chili Parlor, Salt Lake City.
Gold Label Liquor Co., Salt Lake City. A
H Electric Sign Service Co., Salt Lake City. B
Vienna Cafe, Bingham. i
H "I Am for Utah," Utah," Manufacturers' As m
sociation, Salt Lake City. fz
The creation and building of the modern ib
-electric sign is an art. We are master build-E
J ers in this field. pi f
S Electric Service Co. S j
"The Live Wire Contractors." 3
J Phone 88. 425 24th St. 5 j
of the exemption from tolls of Amer
ican coastwise vessels passing
through the Panama canal.
Willis Booth, banker and machinery
merchant, on behalf of the Ixs An
geles, Cal., Chamber of Commerce,
presented an argument based on the
benefit Southern California would ob
tain from water competition with th g
transcontinental railroad lines reach
ing the Atlantic coast. Senator Sim
mons suggested that the steamship
ines might be expected to charge the
traffic they carry all it will bear,
merely cutting below the railroads
enough to get lhr business Mr. Uooth i
replied that such was not the experi
ence of Los Angeles in its trade with (
NEW DAM LAW
Washington. April 25. The house,
interstate commerce committee today i
reported a general bill amending the
dam law3 with a view lo encouraging
private capital for power generation
I purposes. The measure prohibits ac
quisition of dam tracts bv conibina-,
j tinns of so-called trusts, and requires i
prior approval by the wnr department
of all plans and specifications It also
provides, in the event state authori
ties fail satisfactorily to regulate pow j
er rates, charges and" practices, federal
authority shall be assumed by the sec
retary of war.
1 Read the Classified Ads. 1
NEBRASKA OBJECTS TO
NEW BANKING LAWS. i
Washington. D C. April l'5 Plan I
for a protest against the inclusion
of Nebraska In the federal reserve
banking district of which Kansas City
is the center, were made today at a
meeting of the Nebraska delegation TC
Senator Hitchcock, who called tho
meeting, said that If an appeal to the
organization committee failed. the
fight would be carried to the federal
board when it is appointed.
The Wyoming delegation is expect
ed to join in the protest.
We Will Move Our
Market to 355 24th .
Street, May 1st. J
In the meantime call us for
meats at the right prices.
BALLARD & BELNAP I
"THE TWO JIMS."
Telephone 653. J