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Saturday, March 2, 1912 iracis m MEXIGDJN DANGER (Continued from Page 1 attitude of Orosco toward the admin istration at the moment through lack of means of communication, president Madero says the revolutionary situa tion throughout the republic, with the exception of Chihuahua, has shown im provement since a week ago. "Conditions are better in the region of the Nazas rlir in Durango and in the rest of the republic, except Chi huahua, where the situation is more delicate, owing to the fall of Juarez,' said the chief executive. "Occurrences in Chihuahua, Dnrango and the region of the Nazas were unex pected and for that reason took great proportions apparently before the gov ernment could send sufficient elements of war. particularly in view of the sudden interruption of eommunica- tion . i. "Now that the government is push ing the operations, however, with the intention of sending more troops into the theater of events, the government Is sure that within a relatively short time it will succeed in dominating the situation completely." AMERICANS WARNED BY THE PRESIDENT Must Be Careful in Mexico and Ready to Quit on Short Notice . Washington. D. C March 2. At a cabinet conference today it was deemed expedient Chat president Taft issue a proclamation urging cltiaens of the T rited States to comply strictly with tne neutrality laws in ell matters af fecting Mexico. In effect, the proclamation is a warning to Americans to stay out of Mexico. A note will be sent to American ambassador "Wilson, at the City at Mexico, directing him to in form Americans located in Mexico to watch conditions closely and if the situation grows alarming to quit the country. The conference was attended by pres ident Taft. secretary Stlmson. anting secretary of state Huntington WHsen. secretary Nagel and postmaster gen eral Hitchcock. Reports received at the state depart ment today were meagre and consisted only of confirmatory advices on press reports, telling or tne Killing 01 -t revolutionists at Torreon by the fed erala Quiet is said to continue at Ensenada and the situation at Vera cruz seems unchanged. Ledge Pretests. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts said at the white house today that the situ ation in Mexico was about as bad as it could possibly be. "Our interests in Mexico continue to protest against conditions there,' said Mr Lodge "There is no use shutting our eyes to the fact that a stats of anarchy exists there. I am againstintervention and will oppose it but still it is Just like having a house afire next deer." FEARS TO TAKE HIS CATTLE INTO MEXICO Fuller Will Continue Farm ing on San Domingo Ranch, He Says. O B. Fuller, owner of the San Do mingo ranch, left El Paso on norseback this morning tor nis rancn, wnicn is about 20 miles west of Villa Ahuznada, Mex. Mr Puller has gone to look over the condition in Mexico. He had re cently brought from bis ranch in South ern California two car loads of young tuooded mares, and nine car loads of blooded Durham cattle to stock the San Domingo ranch, but on account of the olsarbances in Mexico he is holding these at the local stockyards until fur ther developments. The San Domini 000 acres of land. The San Domingo ranch covers 48C.- aii or wnich Mr. Fuller Is having fenced. As 60.9M acres of the land is under Irrigation. this section will be cross fenced off and put under cultivation. Mr. Fuller expects to continue the farming part of his ranch without paving any atten tion to the Mexican dismrbanoee, hat does not wish to risk taking, the eattie there at present. JUAREZ PORT "CtOSBD." Again it is reiterated by the Mexlean consul. The Juarez port is closed and anything sent there Is smuggled. Bat lots of stuff continues to be sent across. MKnCAX MOJfBr DROPS. Mexican money Is worth 49 cents per at the local banks. The money is a lit tle below par, tat the low water mark of the Madero revolution which was 45 cents, has not been reached. Automobile Directory AND ACCESSORIES Hud son STUDEBAKER E-M-F and FLANDERS Regal Uaderslang and Uver slaag Models EL PASO RUBBER & 1 tttv oTtnnf r nr auiu ourrLi uj Western Motor Supply Company Hupmobile Oldsmobile Kissel Kar Winton Six J SUnTmON I TUE fJZ THU J FR1 f J VOU can always afford something no matter how small put it in the bank. The most suc cessful men in the world ,, say, lid snoul ceed income. Take that advice and bank the surplus. It will make you independent is a safeguard against sickness, acci dent and misfortune. Next pay day don't forget start it here even a dollar will do. We Pay 4 Per Cent Savings Department Open mm. qit, is defended ONLY 81 MT m MIES Orozco Declares that He Will Not Again Take Active Service Mines Short on Fuel Villa Is West of Chihuahua, on the Mexico North Western Line May Take Orozco's Command. (By Phil McXaushlln.) Chihu ant ua, Mex., March 2. The slt- uatl Lion Is quiet, but there is a feeling uneasiness assess: the nnnnlo of ness among the people. ico Vllia with 569 mi Francisco Vllia with 569 men is somewhere along the North "Western line out from San Andres and thus far nas engageo no one. When Villa left here It was for the express purpose of locating CoL Antonio Rojas and his army, but Rojas is now safely In Juarez. According to governor Gon- JAY P. KNOX ATJTO CO. 315-317 Texas St. Bell 4170. JAY F. KNOX ATJTO CO. 315-317 Texas St. Bell 4170. JAY F. KNOX ATJTO CO. 315-317 Texas St. Befl 4170. Vulcanizing & Accessories Goodrich Tires Bell 342. Auto 1740. "EVERYTHING- FOR THE AUTOMOBILE" 406 San Francisco St Phone 628. Rio Grande Automobile Co. 329 Texas St. BELL 325. Rio Grande Automobile Co. 329 Texas St. BELL 325. Rio Grande Automobile Co. 329 Texas St. BELL 325. El Paso Auto Sales Co. GARAGE OFFICE 422 San Aatenia St. 713 N. Ocboa St. PHONE 3585. i our expenses - r never ex- " your Interest On Deposits Saturday Evenjngs, 5 to 8 J zales VIHa is loyal to the government Villa to Replace Ororco. It is currently reported that Villa will succeed Gen. Pascual Orozco as chief of arms of the state. Still an other rumor is prevalent that Gen. Jose la luz Soto -will succeed Orozco, but efforts to authenticate these reports with the governor failed. Telegraphic communication with the south extends as far as Jimenez only. Trains operate as far as Parral, where me uiuaunn is quiet at present. The total garrison in the latter city is es timated at 359 whicn includes 1M federal troops and 19 state ru rales un der Gen. Jose de la luz Soto. The Inde district Is said to be swarm ing with rebels and that they have tak en the town- Guanacevi, in the state of Durango, is reported to have fallen In to the hands of the rebels. Chihuahua Has Over 400 Rurales. Chihuahua Is at present garrisoned by over 400 rurales. The city is patroled each night. Travelers reach ing the city from jJoints outside have been held up by prowling bands of marauders and their valuables taken from them, but otherwise they were unharmed. The mines in the camps adjacent to the city are still working. The Chi huahua smelter can operate for another month with the present supply of fuel. The San Toy mine, one of the largest properties in the Santa Eulalia dis trict, has three weeks' supply pf fuel on hand. The average fuel supply on hand witcr the mines is about three weeks. If the communication by rail is not restored by that time, all will close. Orozco's Retirement Definite. Gen. Pascual Orozco has followed his resignation announcement of several weeks ago by Issuing another state ment to the press in wnich he says that nothing can tempt him to accept an other political office and that he is through with polities for good and wants to be left alone to pursue his mining business. In a reply to the Question asked by a local newspaper if be would assume command of a body of troops to pro iei ?e clty from looters he replied tnat he would take up arms but as a private only. Following this answer he said: "I am sincere in my desire to remove myseir as far away from military mat ", a,s t is possible, so there is no ?- ?r solng further into this mat ter. My reele-natlnn lo.fll with tha PJJ?.!r authrHles and It leaves me free flUedlor " th,nss ln fe I am best . -, t?2lakl Clothing Barred. ,.,ffi V.2 JurPose of distinguishing a rurale from a civilian. Gen. Orewso has S s?d.l.be Published a notice to the SrlSi until further notice those RS22 Vfcaringr khakl slts similar in I..kVL1. e worn y th rnrales will be subject to arrest and fine. FIGHTIXG IN MEXICO IX VICIXITY IF BIG BE.D COUVTRT Boquillas, Texas, March 2. There w a report here today that three fights took place near the Puero Blanco ranch. The first fight was won by the Vasquiatss, but the Haderistas got reinforcements and won the last two fights. There are also reports from up the river of some fighting near OJInaga. Jose C Sanchez was wounded and broue-ht to the thj 1 Bank We On PURELY LOCAL SAYS TERRAZAS Former Governor of Chihua hua Thinks Little of Yasquista Revolt. Alberto Terrazas says the Vasqulsta. trouble Is purely local. The former Chi huahua governor arrived from Mexico City Friday evening by way of San An tonio. At the national capltol the Jua rez trouble was attracting little at tention, Mr. Terrazas said. Tne conaitions m otner parts of tne republic especially ln Morelos, are im orovlnsr and the Vasqulsta movement Is not considered serious, he says. Terrazas denies that his father has been asked or has given funds to the Vasqulstas in return for Immunity from looting and cattle rustling. Genuine Scarab es diamonds. Tourma lines, peridots, opals and other precious and semi-precious stones at Kline's Carlo BoBit, Fall measure at Southwestern Fuel Ca Pasteurized milk is safe. Old silTer antique vases, paintings and other valuable relics at reduced prices at Kline's Curio House. Fall measure at Southwestern Fuel Co. I I I Yourself against loss and expense arising from I ckims for dSfmajps on hcooont of bodily injuries strffcred by year em- H Yourself against loss and expense arising from ckims for damages on hoooont of bodily injuries suffered tr your em ployes. THE DAMAGE SUIT HHHJSTRY IS THRIVING one salt may bankrupt you. Lot us assume your risk. The cost m reasonable. Oar LkbiUty Department is tie LARGEST and MOST EFFICIENT in tbe Southfcfjat Sfcr rll'r"'is! ttl fir KQ3lI33i fB What You Like en You But deposit your money with the Union Bank & Trust Co. It is possible you have never felt the absolute necessity of having a bank account. It is probable you could drift along .for years without one, but if you expect to forge to the front in this life in a financial way it is essential that you have, a bank account. We give you a personal invitation to. make this bank your depository whether you have a large sum or a small one to lay aside for -safe keeping. Pay 4 Savings NG IS HAVING BOOM lifliG Delegates Are Chosen at Re publican Primary to County Convention. Deralng, N. M., March a. Two store rooms on Gold avenue recently vacated bv tllA TTnmAntot mmnflnv linA tlaa Graphic are being renovated to make place for the new dry goods firm of Lester & Deckert The partition is be ing torn out, a new front of plate glass with large show windows is being pot in, shelving is being put in and the building will be ready for occupano? shortly. The Homeplot company is now ln the new Hahoney block, and the Graphic has moved into Its handsome new building half a block south of Spruce street, on Gold avenue. Foundations are laid for the new Baker block, corner of Spruce street and Silver avenue, and the brick work is beginning today. This building will ' AUSTIN & MARR, General Asents For West Texas, Arizona & New Mexico. SOUTHWESTERN SURETY INSURANCE COMPANY. I Caples Bldz. El Paso, Texas. Like NIO-N BANKWfauST Ca cost 25,000 and will be devoted largely to offices. The new garage and machine shop which is being built by Mrs. Frank Nordhsug for Messrs. Collins Bros, is about completed. This building is of brick and Is 45x10 feet in dimension. It will be thoroughly equipped for all kinds of machine work. Including auto mobile repairing-. An awning has been constructed in front of the five Little buildings on Silver avenne. Work on the fin for the park In front of the union station is progressing1 rap idly. It is expected that the fill will be completed within this week. The trees, laws and shrubbery will be set out immediately so as to get the advantage of this week's growth. Republican Deleeate -Vamed. The Republican primary for district No. 1 has been held and the following delegates to the Republican county convention elected: P. K. Connway, A. Wilsey. C. J. Kelly. John M. McTeer. H. H. Williams, B. T. McKeyas, W. E. Holt C. J. Laughren. Ira O. Wetmore, R. H. Case and W. & Clark. S. W. Ruebush has purchased one of the $90-per-acre tracts of the Homeplot company, east of Doming'. H. F Baldwin Jr. was In Doming Fri-1 oay on Dusiness. H. J. Hale, of Raleigh. K. C, isln Denting looking for a location. G. F. Martin, of Raton, Jf. X, is la Doming on business.- Sam Schwlng has purchased, tferangh A. A. Smith, lfo acres of land three and vis CATTLEMEN! If while in the city you need any cleaning or press ing, phone us and we'll call and deliver your work promptly. Years of service to the same old customers is our best testimonial to new onesl Perfect cleaning, backed by a guarantee of satisfaction that's what we offer every patron. Ti we can't undertake the work, we tell you so. li we can and do, we guaran tee it! Wright Cleaning Works 415 E. Overland. Auto Phone 1343. Bell Phone 343. "We'll Do the Clean Thins" y ,& Atterkaa Bank 1 Pas, Texas Pkeae tm a half miles northwest of Deming-, consideration $4400. F. B. Van Haren, of San Francisco, Calif., is in Deming on business. Henry Forres Jr, of San Antonio, Tex . is investigating opportunities here with a view to InveeUnent. The Sloss-Case Land company sold the following tracts Friday: Sam Schwlng. M acres. Sexton tract, Jwo miles southwest of Deming; "IT. H. Rue. 10 acres. Hooenlot comDanv nronertv one mile southeast of Deming; A. 6 onyqgr. acres, .ooaiepiot company property, one mile southwest of Dem ing. Ingersoll watches. Illuminating watches and clocks a novelty at Kline's Carlo Heme. Two hundred fifty rolls best roofing. slightly damaged, at half price. Lander Lumber Co., phone 181. Fresh buttermilk. S3 Pas Dairy Co Fall measure at Southwestern Fuel Ca Now Is the time to buy cheap Mex ican and Indian goods at Kline's Carle House. Fresh butter. Kl Paso Dairy Co. Fall measure at Southwestern Fnel Co. Venetian lace bed spreads and table cloths at Kline's Curio House. Pasteurised milk is safe. ITING A 1 side for medical treatment.