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Monday, June 24, 1912 - k .----- - r 1 r, Men, We're Seilin Florsheim Oxfords A " - CH a 3l &3) V W if F TPtJ S STJ T O rSLBSS.M &.1L&B 110 Mesa TWO MEN ARE SHOT AS SPIES IN JUAREZ Because they irere taken lor Maderlsta spies, E. Vorela and M. Celas quez, tno EI Paso Mexicans, ivere shot ilonn In Juarez early Monday morn ins and both are now In "Providence hospital vrlth bullet wound-u The shooting; of the tiro men iras done liy a rebel officer and It took place on Calle Comerclo, the main street o the tTvn. The officials of Juarez gae oat the statement that the men vrere spies. Varela Is seriously Mounded, It 1 believed, as he nu shot In the abdo men and he probably Trill die. Celas quel recclied a bullet vround In the right shoulder. Both men were employed In EI Paso at the brcrtery. MRS. OROZCO is m LOS ANGELES, CALIF. She Reaches Caliofrnia Citv With Her Children and ' Tajks to Reporter. Mrs. Pascual Orozco. wife of the rebel general, is in Los Angeles, CaL, and is stopping- at the home of Carlos F. Gon zales, at 1015 South Maine street in that city, according; to the Los Angeles Tribune of Fridav. The Tribue pub lished a four column picture of Mrs. Orozco and her children, taken by flashlight in Los Angeles, and saw: "Denying that her visit to the United States is for the purpose of delivering $2,040,000 worth of bonds of the revo lutionary government to wealthy Mex ican and American capitalists In southern California, Mrs. pascuarwoz co. wife of the rebel chieftain in con trol of the northern states of Mexico, talked freely concerning the object of her visit to this city and declared she came here simply to place her children in school and to enjoy a vacation of several months' duration at one of the beach cities. "With Mrs. Orozco are senor Antonio Orozco. of Chihuahua, uncle of Gen. Pascual Orozco, Reyes Orozco, H years old. brother of the revolutionary leader; Miss Peter Molinar. of El Paso, a cousin of the general, and Mrs. Oroz co's five children Roberto, 9: Daniel. S; Elena, 6; Emelto. 4, and Estella. IS months old. "With the exception of Miss Molinar, the party left Chihuahua three weeks ago for Juarez, where Mrs. Orozco and Tier family remained until several days ago. when they went to El Paso and came to Los Angeles, arriving here "Wednesday morning." SIEXICANSATTEJIPT TO HOLD UP TRAIN !Are Fought Off by the Train Grew and Seven Ar rested Later. A young battle was fought Satur day afternoon between the crew of a G. H. freight train, and seven Mexicans who attempted to hold up the train at Etholen. a station five miles west of Sierra Blanca, Texas. Stones and clubs were the Implements used. After a fight lasting an hour, the Mexicans were routed. Sheriff Peyton J. Edwards was noti fied by wire, and state rangers C H. Web3ter. A. R. Baker and J. W. Reese, special agent of the company, left Sat urday night on passenger train No. 10, enroute to Sierra Blanca. Sunday morning was devoted by the officers in scouring the country for the Mexicans. Seven were located and placed under arrest by them seven miles from the scene of the attempted hold up. They were taken to Sierra Blanca, and a complaint filed against them by ranger Webster. The merr,arrested were Ellique Mese, Dolores Measa, Rodriguez Zalez, Ri cardo Lopez. Miguel Lopez, Angelo and Rodriguez Lopez. Saturday the defendants will be tried in the justice court at that place on the complaint of unlawfully attempting to board the train. The case against them for stpning, and assaulting the erew. will be transferred to the county court here. All were released on bond. HOSIER SCOTT WIRES . PROM MEXICO CITY El Pasoan Captured by Fed erals Released and Is ; Coming Home. Homer Scott, war photographer who has been with the rebel army since the revolution started and who w. made a prisoner by Gen. Huerta's out posts, has been released and is ex pected home Wednesday. A. V. Ault rnan, manager of the Scott Photo company in El Paso, received a mes sage from Scott at Mexico City Sun day sayingg he was there and was preparing to start for El Paso. No particulars were given.' but it is thought that Scott was sent to Mexico City by Gen. Huerta and after his case was examined he was allowed to re turn to the United States. Scott was made a prisoner when he attempted to go through the federal lines to Jimenez to get a number of film packs which hehad left there when the town was hi possession of the rebels It is feared that the federals have destroyed Scott's valuable collec tion of war pictures which he has been making during the revolution. REBEL JOlMBERS OF JUNTA CONVICTED Los Angeles, Cal.. June 24. Ricardo Flores Magon. Enrique Magon, Ansel mo Figueroa and Librado Rikera. found guiltv bv a jury in the federal court of having violated the neutrality le.ws of the United States during the Madero revolution in Mexico, will be sentenced tomorrow. It was stated no appeal would be made. The four defendants were said to hac hecome reconciled to hamg been convicted of aiding the Mexican revo- I lutionists tbiougn a j.:ma maitrir.ru' . m Los Angeles. Their friends here cr.riJucted a demonstration yesterday agaiist the prosecuting officers. Regular $5 and $6 values, all sizes, all widths. New stock just received- -over 600 pairs. k?t Avenue REBELS EXECUTE MANY PRISONERS Americans Said to Have Been Held up and Robbed by the Rebels. (By David Lawrence, Sent To Asso ciated Press.) Word was received in El Paso today that at Velardena. Mex.. 40 federal volunteers captured by Gen. Camna. the rebel leader, were executed. Rebel omcers viea wiin eacn otner lor the privilege of conducting these execu tions. One of the pitiable sights was the killing of a federal volunteer about 65 years old by a rebel soldier hardly out of his teens. Seventeen Americans in Velardena, 50 miles west of Torreon, Mex, recently were lined up against a barn while a half dozen drink crazed brigands threatened summary execution unless a million dollars ransom was forthcom ing. The "rebels" halted their threats when $S500 in gold was paid them. The story was told by a party of Americans here today. ' Americans, they said, had feared the consequences of a revelation if their plight through official channels and onlx with the routing of the rebel columns under Gens. Campa and Argu medo, after nearly two months of depredations, had the facts begun to come to light. Campa reached Chihuahua city with 600 men out of a force of 3000 men, be came involved in a quarrel with Gen. Orozco and was jailed. Uen. Argumedo, however, with about 1S00 men, is now ravaging the state of juurango, pursued by the federal com mander. Gen. Blanquet Argumedo, it is said, is arranging to make his way southward to form a junction with the Zapatistas. Iluerta Is At Las .Delictus. Las Delicias, Chihuahua. June 23. (Delayed in transmission) The main column of the federal armv under Gen. Huerta reached here at 5 oclock this afternoon, having covered the distance from Sauclllo, about 16 miles, since 6 oclock this morning. The distance from here to Bachimba in the north is about 20 miles. ENRILE REMOVED TO HOTEL DIEU Ptebel Prisoner to Have His Wounds Attended to Out of Jail. Gonzalo Enrlle is now a patient in Hotel Dieu. He was taken from the county jail Sunday afternoon by depu ty United States marshal, J. H. Rog ers, to the hospital, where he will un dergo an operation to drain the stab wounds which he. received in Chihua hua. - Dr. Hugh S. White, county physi cian; Dr. R. D. Robinson and Dr. Gar za Aldape examined Enrile at the county jail Sunday and agreed, after a consultation, that an operation was necessary and that the county jail was not a proper place to perform such an operation. An affidavit was made to this effect by the physicians and Capt. Rogers wired to United States marshal Eugene Nolte at San Antonio for permission to make the transfer. This permis-' sion was obtained by telegraph and the operation will be performed on Enrile this evening. His condition is declared to be seri ous, as the wounds have become in fected and he is in danger of blood poisoning. Two guards are watching his ward day and night while he is In the hospital. SECOND CAVALRY GETS 199 RECRUITS Men and Horses Arrive on a Special Train Monday Morning. TJfrultc nnmhpftntr 1QQ qth a ImIm- f ,..- .;"-. ","ii ,rr ?"" "v" ju-oq ui jiurses arrived Jionaay morning for the Second cavalry, stationed at Fort Bliss. The men recruited at various sta tions, came in on a special train over the El Paso & Southwestern, and the horses arrived from El Reno. N. M. The recouit train was in charge of Charles A. Marshall, city passenger agent of the Rock Island at Kansas City, where the special train was made up. AVIPE ASD DAUGHTER OF CA3IPA COME TO EL PASO Mrs. Emilio Campa, wife of Gen, Campa, of the rebel armv, is said to have crossed the international bridge. Monday morning at 11 oclock accom-' panted by her daughter. Mrs. Campa is new.. E1 Paso where she will remain until the revolution ends and her hus band Joins her. THR.EE AMERICAX CUXXERS QUIT REBELS AXD REACH BORDER Drebben. Richardson and Zimmerman, the three American machine gun oper ators with the rebels, have arrived in El Paso from Bachimba. having re ceived their discharges from the rebel aim The three Americans would not Icitlae thji-n AW.A..I..... , -mr i , say that the hac quit and are coins J uu-wc-k fcw iuca uumca au iue eusu AMERICAN RANCH SEIZED BY REBELS Property of aCliofrnia Com pany Declared Common Property. Mazatian, Mex.. June IS. (By Mail) Notwithstanding the fact that this state is to a great extent comparative ly clear of rebels and bandits. the territory of Tepic outside of the cities of Tepic, Santiago and Acopo neta, is still being overrun by these bands of looters. Reports of outrages and robberies like the shooting of Ward, an American at Yago. and the taking possession of the Quinicchis ranch, belonging to a Los Angeles, Cal., company, continue to come in. The latest from the Quinicchis ranch, the principal owner of which is exsena tor Thos. R. Bard, of California, is that the rebels Cisneros and Jimenes, have not only taken possession of the 95.000 acre ranch with their 200 followers!, but those two chiefs have proclaimed that the ranch and everything on it are "libre," that is, that the property is free to any one who wants it and chief Cisneros is setting the bold ex ample of starting a steam corn sheller to work so as to get out corn for sale, also a store has been opened up, stack ed with what goods were left from the ranch store. The bandits have made it so uncomfortable that the reliable and pacific Mexicans on the ranch have had to leave. All this is going on within 15 mile of Acoponeta where there is a federal garrison. It is persistently rumored hero that Gen. Ojeda, the commander of the fed eral troops in this state, is to be trans ferred to command in Tepic. This ii giving hope to the Tepic people. So far, a few chiefs of" the revolu tionists have come in, given up their arms and accepted amnesty. Among these are Justo Tirado and his son Isador. The former took this city dur ing the Madero revolution and agin about three months ago to drive out of the state Renteria, the constitu tional governor of Sinaloa. One of the first of the chiefs who" came in here and received amnesty was Prieto Osuna. He was pardoned all right but the charge of murdering a policeman Is pending against him. He is an arrogant, swaggering fellow and rides around the streets on a fine horse and the Mexicans sem to look up to him as a great man. Foreigners have litle confidence in permanent peace. Of the 2.500 or 3,008 bandits who have been robbing and murdering In this state during the past few months but a few have been killed or taken as prisoners and very few are coming in to surrender their arms and receive amnesty. A good many are still operating in the mountainous sections of the state. PASSPORTS AT TEN CENTS EACH TO ENTER Rebels Require All Coming to This Side to Buy Daily Permits. Passports from Juarez to El Paso are being required by the rebels of Juarez and unless one has a passport with the signature of Col. Pascual Orozco at tached, they cannot leave Juarez to J enter the United States. This has been aone oy tne reDeis. says uoi. fascuai Orozco. in order that they might know who is leaving Juarez, and to prevent the Maderista spies from going to and from Juarez and, also to prevent anv of the rebel soldiers who might wish to desert from the rebel army. No one is allowed to pass the bridge without these papers. The rebel leaders also intimate that the passports are being required in a way of retalliation for the practice of Americans on this side" of the nver of searching the women at the two bridges for ammunition. The passports are being issued by Col. Orozco himself at the jefatura. 'Americans as well as Mexicans are be ing required to have them and even tourists who have visited the town for the tirst time were taken off the car be cause they did not have any passport A long line of people waited at the jefatura during the morning Monday in order to get passports. On the side the rebel leaders are charging a fee for the passports and 10 cents Mex is charged for each one with 10 cents n day charge if persons want the pass- j ports issued for a number of days i ine passport practice is causing a great deal of inconvenience to those who by their work are required to go from one city to the other, as there is a delay of sometimes hours in getting the passports. Many persons living In Juarez and working in El Paso moved over to El Paso on this account Mondav morning In order not to be bothered by the passport practice. REBELS STRENGTHEN NORTHERN GARRISONS Troops Sent to Points on Both Railroad Lines Be low Juarez. Troops of rebels are to line both the Mexican Central and the Mexican North Western railroad lines, according to the report received in Juarez. Already ths movement of small forces to the north has begun and 100 men will be sent from Chihuahua to Madera on Monday. These men take the place of Col. Miguel Gamboa's 200 troops, which reinforced the Juarez garrison last Saturday. The troop movement means also the placing of troops at Samalyuca, Villa Ahumada and Moctezuma, on the Mex ican Central railroad, and in the various towns on the Mexico North Western. Also the rebel leaders in Juarez say that they believe more troops will be brought to Juarez later on in the week. BRAULIO HERNANDEZ NOW IX CHICAGO SEEKING EMPLOYMENT. Braulio Hernandez, fonner secretary of state of Chihuahua, under arrest in the El Paso federal court on a charge of conspiracy to smuggle ammu nition, is now in Chicago seeking em ployment. Hernandez went to New York after he was released from jail here on bond, but he was unable to find work there and went from there to Chicago. He intends to write of his experiences in the Mnderista and Pas cualista revolutions for the magazines, his friends say. 3IEXICAN WOMEN OAUGIIT "WITH AMMUNITION AT BRIDGE. Two Mexican women, Maria Sails and Jofenia Santa Cruz, were arrested at the Stanton street bridge Monday morning on the charge at smuggling ammunition to .Mexico, nacn nad 60 rounds of ammunition in their posses sion. If yon want the best lumber mpney can buy, get yours from Lander Lumber Co. THE COURTS. 41ST. DISTRICT COURT. A. M. Walthall, Presiding. Pdwers vs. Beckwith, suit for damages; on trial. Franklin Irrigation Co.. vs. Josephine Crosb3 et al., trespass to try title and for damages, filed. Alva Howell vs. Herman L. Howell, suit for divorce; divorce granted. JUSTICE COURT. H. F. Stacy, Presiding. W. R. Week, vs. W. W. Fink, suit for $00: judgment bv default. W. R. Weeks "vs. D. W. Burkhalter, suit on S55 note; judgment by defaul Hyde Bros. vs. Frank Boegleman, suit $176.77; iudgnient by dermult. Simon Picard and Brothers s. Walter T Falvev. Euit on $60 draft; judgment J oy ueiauu. H la &mA $5srMpvtPi?i aaSliee Receiver's Ho.' H. UNION MADE I Extra F 1 BW 319 SAN TERM OF COURT IS CONVENED AT HAYDEN Many Hayden People Go to Oracle to Spend the Summer. Hayden, Ariz., June 24. Court con vened in the local court room, C. H. Studley, the newly appointed assistant county attorney, trying a few cases. Francisco Padilla. a Mexican, was brouqht up first charted with vacancy. He was one of those recently arrested on the same charge, and told to leave these parte for good. He couldn't stay away and was arrested on his arrival back. He was sentenced to 90 days in Glabe. Francisco Kncinas was tried for attempt at robbery in Winkelman. He was bound over to the grand jury and will be taken over to Globe by the local sheriff. Joe Larrieu nualified for the office of Justice of the peace in Winkelman be fore judge Adams. ' M. E. Webster left by auto, accom panied by his family ior Oracle, a sum mer resort located near Tucson at the fc:t of the Catalina mountains. His family will spend the summer months there, but Mr. Webster will return in a few days. Oracle is becoming quite a rendezvous for Haydenites and several families are contemplating spending a few months there during the hot weather. M. H. A. Ruth has left in response to a telegram from Mr. Franklin, super intendent of power, for Salt Lake City, where he will be located for a few months. Mr. Franklin has considerable work there now in connection with the power house of the Utah Copper com pany, but will return to Harden earlv in the fall. Frank K. Poe, local Democratic com mitteeman, is in Phoenix on a few po litical and social matters. Pen Fellows left for Globe, where he h i- a position with the Inspiration Cop r r i inpanr of that plaee. He will have i-Laige of the concrete work during the construction of that company's concen trator A lart tLiiiue was gieu in A jnkelman Continued for WE WIRBD HEADQUARTERS GBAPH-CSBLEC.tif V lit .CL1ELSC&H. B1CSAY. IMinl i.o&r?axs.s!j. -sni.HSirt5".v.r.iie.fc.i PBfe3E555SSEE " T" T ssitbftiOewiBg atcssac tritiiaat t csemtiaa. eotdect to tho tcra and coailiioMSBrlstciienJiatitiif.liejici.ir!il:2iBTelLerrimtCtt4ta. DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS, Polk-Sibley, Gilpin and Loomis StsT '. ' Chicago, 111., , Owing to many requests from customers who could not be waited on this week, would like to continue giv ing free pants for one more week. H. J. WEATHERF0RD, Mgr. 7 READ THE NOTICE AND AGREEMENT ON BACK THB FOLLOWING ANSWER RECEIVED FROM HEADQUARTERS 24.COO OFFICES IW AERER1CA. CAB8.E SSRV8CS JO.ALLiTHZ-SftQniSi. ROBERT C CLOWRY. President and CanoraJ Manager. NTlme Hied - SEE o3 O the following message subject to thojefja. "" 0" fcaoft UoToot, which pre hereby Bsrgofl-tg " J. WEATHERFORD, DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS, El Paso, Texas. You may continue giving free pants one more week only. This is final. Large shipment of patterns leaving today. DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS? JUST THINK OF IT, MEN! A Reg Tailored to Your Measure and an air of $7.00 Pants w BRANCH 107 , ANTONIO ST. Diverse Routes GOLDEN STATE To Kansas City 14 Hours DIKECT LINE AND TiiiiODCjri SLEEPERS TO MEMPHIS. For Rates, Reservations. Routes, Etc, Phone 594, or call City Ticket Office, ROBERTS BANNER BUILDING. - RICHARD WARRLx., General Agent. H. D. McGREGOR, C T. A. Steamship Tickets to all Parts of the World. by a few of the young women of that place, a few Haydenites attending. L. E. Hoeye, merchant of Winkelman, has returned from Tucson with his new automobile, a 30 horse power. He drove the car over himself and reports as hav ing a very fine trip. Dave Edwards, countv road superin tendent, is orr irom (.lobe m the in terest 01 hu uiin.c. The lotai loads are One More Week THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAfti connze - non OtmtLVAtXtV. ItotMMt. 1 nimrjmr t rMl low K. rf, tt nuuii iiri.t tj -uyjtw. i.nwiwi ftA'Mf' i " iiaiJ'l""ii,ia-J-'y phclcr" .-with . FR OLEN MILLS OPPOSITE STANTON ymmer Tourist FARES On Sale Dsuly Until Sept. 30, 1912 Low round trip rates to all principal Eastern and Northern points. Mnal return limit October 31st. Denver ..-.--.-.$35.00 Kansas City . . 40,65 St. Louis 49.65 Chicago' -o: 55.65 Cincinnati 64.05 Memphis 44.70 SiSm Liberal Stopovers r - - - - W - If your vacation is short use the and save To Chicago 14 Hours in a very bad shape and local residents hope to see something started on them in the near future. S. J. Tribley, of Phoenix, is spending a few dars in Hayden. A. J. ifaclean made a trip to Ray on railroad business. President Gundaker of the Gundakei Minr tompanr of Mammoth has rc tiun.J lruin Tutson, where he went to f T g. if Ji, i fiiulm Kf$ UNION MA D'E EE! New York -.$85.85 Boston . . .-..-.-.) 93.65 Washington pm 74.55 Baltimore :: 74.55 Detroit ... 65.65 Hot Springs . 39.35 SS - 'Srf LIMITED - To St Louis 7 Hours dispose of a nIf interest in several of his mining claims of that place. He wul devote more of his time from now on to his loeal property. We are overstocxea on guaranteed raoflnj; paper. Lander Lumber Co. Don't take all day to make up mjr mind settle en some course and fol low at.