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O 208 Texas Street GROWING- SPIRIT AGAINST OROZCO iVasquista Junta Said to Be Working to Supersede the General. (By Associated Press). Juarez. Mexico, July 16. Gen. Pas cual Orozoe, jr., did not arrive here to day as was expected and local rebel officials now say they are not certain that he will come. Gen. Orozco's private car had been attached last night to a military train which reached here at S oclock today, but the train was divided north of Laguna, Orozco's car returning southward toward Bncinillas. The be lief is general that Gen. Oroaco and his staff finally will go across country to Casas Grendes 19 miles southwest on the Mexico North Western rail road, from which point the rebel in vasion of the Btate of Sonora will be directed. If Orozco comes here, he must face dissatisfaction in the ranks of his soldiers. A new rebel junta has been organized and secretly has been ; working among the troops with the idea of persuading them to abandon the leadership of Gen. Orozco and 'rec ognizing Gen. David De La Fuente as military chief, with Emilio Vasquea Gomez as civil head of the rebel cause. The Vasquista sympathizers, origin ators of the present revolt, which was appropriated by Orozco, who repudiat ed "Vasquez Gomez have risen again and a mutinous spirit conspicious among the rebels of late may be traced to Vasquista influence. The report is circulated that the Vasquista leaders will meet in a few da73 in San An tonio Texas, and consider plans for deposing Orozco. The Vasquistas have been anxious jever since Emilio Vasquez Gomez was overthrown by Orozoo to assume charge of the revolution but not until recent events, when Orozco began to meet with military reverses, have they found encouraging response In the xebel ranks. SONORA LIBERALS TO FIGHT REBELS Ask Madero to Give Them Arms and Ammunition to Oppose Invasion. Douglas, Ariz July 10. Liberal clubs of Sonora have asked the Ma dero government for arms and am munition for 1000 men, -which they propose putting in the field against the rebel invasion. Permission is ex pected to be granted at once. Arms and ammunition stored in Douglas by the federals under permission from Washington, probably will be used- to arm the forces. CHJFUAHUA MAIL NOW GOES TO EAGLE PASS All the mail for Chihuahua is now being sent by way of Eagle Pass, Tex. Since the troop' movement started on the Mexican Central, the mails have been diverted around by Eagle Pass because of the unstable condition of the train service. Mail, including reg istered matter, continues to be sent over the North "Western to the Casas Grandes district. MEXICO WILL PUSH CASE AGAINST ENRILE D. A. Richardson is here from Doug las to represent the Mexican govern ment in the extradition case of Gon zalo Enrile, which Is expected to be called in the United States commis sioner's court within the next week. The papers in the Enrile case are said to have been prepared in Mex ico City and "will be forwarded to the attorney representing the Mexican government before expiration of the 40 days during which Enrile may be held -without bond. SAYS ROJAS BMPTIED THE CASH REGISTER OP SALOON'. Francisco Palomar, proprietor of the Tivoli hotel in Juarez is regretting a yisit of Gen. Antonio Rojas to the bar of the hotel when he arrived in Juarez. Rojas invited in a number of his friends and treated them at the bar, giving -worthless recipts for all of the goods he took. He then rode his horse behind the bar and emp tied the cash register of its contents, it is charged. SEGORIA'S WOUND MiAY NOT RESULT SERIOUSLY. Perez Segoria. the Mexican who was shot Monday night near the smol ter, is still a patient at Hotel Dau. His condition has not changed and it is believed that he will recover from the rifle wound which he received in the right lung. Segoria is sup posed to have been a member of an ammunition smuggling gang which attempted to take over a quantity of ammunition near the smelter foot bridge. Upon being challenged by soldiers oa patrol, the men refused to have been shot when the guard fired his nifle. AEROl'U.VNES FOR USE IN THE ARMY OP MEXICO San Antonio. Tex.. July 10. Three aeroplanes, consigned to the "governor of Torreon," were shipped through here last night. It is said the aero planes will be used by the Mexican gov ernment. Mexico City. Mexico, July 10. The Bleriot aeroplanes for the Mexican arm, which were ordered two months ago. are said to be on their way here. IIUERTA TO OFFER AMNESTY TO REBELS Mexico City, Mex.. July 10. Gen. Vic torianio Huerta will be authorized at once to issue a proclamation of amnes ty to all rebels of the rank and file who surrender unconditionally within three weeks, according to a statement in government cihcles. The amnesty will not apply to Orozco or his officials. ACCUSED OF TRAFFICKING IN ARSIS Mexico City, Mex., July ' 10. The Rattner brothers, managers of the Tampico News company, of Mexico City, who were deported by the government some weeks ago for illicit traffic in arms and ammunition, have been grant ed permission to return to the country for two months. They were ordereo. to close their affairs here and meet charges against them. The Price She Paid A New Book by DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS Price $1.30 ? By Maill2 Cents Extra FOR SALE BY IIS HELD HIE I REBEL GUARD Trouble Over a Check Given by North Western; Con sul Edwards Held. The entire office force of the Mexico North Western railroad, nearly all of them Americans and some American -nr.men. officials of the road, fnnlnrli,,, j H. C Ferris, general manager: T. R. nyan, tramc manager, and C T. Car son, general auditor, were held under armed guard by order of Col. Pascual Orozco for some time Tuesday evening because the rebel chief alleged that & $5000 check made payable to C. T. Car son and endorsed by him, and issued by the American Smelting and Refining company on a Mexico City bank, was worthless. The rebel leader in Juarez wanted money in its place. Thomas D. Edwards, American consul In Juarez, had been called to the rail road offices in the afternoon to exam ine the alleged worthless check and was in the building when the guards were thrown around the building. He attempted to leave the building, but the armed rebels would not permit it, and it was necessary to telephone to CoL Pascual Orozco before the consul could gain his freedom from the build ing. When Col. Orozco arrived, he allowed ine employes to be released but com manded the officers of the road not to leave the building. The "Waters-Pierce offices in the basement of the North Western building were likewise sur rounded by the rebel guards at the time and the employes of these offices, also Americans, were held prisoners. Check Wn the Cnuae. The $5000 check which had been given to CoL Orojco, was security for export duties on ore exported some time ago by the American Smelting and Re fining company and the duties on the exportation amounted to. $9000. In part payment, the check for $5000 was turned over to CoL Orozco. The rebels attempted to cash the check at El Paso banks, but the local banks for some reason would not issue the money on It. The rebels then wanted cash for the check and returned It to C T. Car son, the original custodian. The audi tor refused to give this as he said the check was all right Consul Edwards was in the building at the time the guards were placed there and he pronounced the check to be all right as far as he could see, and expressed the opinion that the reason the banks would not cash it was be cause it was on a Mexico City bank. H. C. Ferris, the general manager of me roaa, saia alter ne natt Deen allowed Lis freedom by CoL Orozco, that the matter had been settled satisfactorily to both the rebels. and the road, but would not say to what extent this had been done. Railroad Pays the money. The Mexico North Western officials paid J5.000 in cash to CoL Orozco Wednesday noon for which the rebel officer had held the employes and -officials of the road prisoners Tuesday evening. It developed that this promise was made to the rebel com mander when ho allowed them their lree..om. The loss of the money will not be sustained by the railroad company, it is said, but by the American Smelter and Refining company, as the Mexico North Western was acting simply as the custodian of the check. Smelter officials say ihot the $5,000 was not due the rebels and that they had paid for all - of the expert duties on ore and the last ore in its assay was proved unduitable, a? it was a low grade ore. Edwards Makes Statement. "I was not detained against my wishes," said American consul Edwards. "I merely went to the North West ern offices to inestigate their trouble over the payment of the American Smelting and Refining company's check for export duty. I was in conference with the railroad officials when we decided to call on CoL Orozco. The armed guards who were placed at all exits to the building said they would permit me to pass but not the railroad officials, so we went back into the of fice and telephoned to CoL Orozco to come to see us." Mr. Edwards declared he informed Col. Orozco that the North Western of ficials, including Mr. Carson, the au ditor, who presented the check to the rebels, had performed their duties prop erly and were blameless. Mr. Edwards explained that the check had been re fused payment because it failed to have the endorsement of a customs broker in El Paso, designated by the American Smelting and Refining company. The North Western officials promised to obtain the required signature for the rebels. It is reported that the cus toms broker acted upon instructions from the American concern In Chihua hua In withholding his signature. STATE MILITIA IS NOT TO COME HERE Believed Now Governor Has Decided Against Bor der Mobilization. Mobilization of the state militia in El Paso is hardly probable now. AfUr considering the situation carefully it is believed that the svernor and the adjutant general have decided that the presence of the militia was not neces sary here at this time. Wallace T. Downing, captain of the local militia company, who was notified to remain in El Paso pending action by the state guard officers, received notice Wednes day that he could take his vacation whenever he wished. Capt. Downing will go to Mineral Wells, Texas, for two weeks. CIIARPEXTIER AND 3IcDONALD HEARING SET FOR THURSDAY Held on Charge of Buying: Guns and Ammunition Here "While in Em ploy of Mexican Federals. Charpentler and McDonald, the two former Mexican federal employes, who were arrested Monday night on an am munition conspiracy charge, will be given a preliminary hearing before the United States commissioner Thursday. Charpentier fought with the Maderistas in Juarez last year, and with Villa at Parral during the first battle, escaping before the rebels took the town in the second battle. Charpentler, McDonald and others are said to have been sent on a dyna miting expedition along the Mexican Central and Mexico North Western by the Mexican government with purpose of destroying the bridges below Juarez to prevent the rebel escape in case of an attack upon the town from the west by the federals. It Is said that the two men were arrested in connection with this expedition, having purchased their guns and ammunition here before start ing on the trip Into Chihuahua. ECZEMA THAT SPREADS How n l'oiichkeepble, N. Y Man Found Relief In Saxo Snlve. 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STANTON ST., Wednesday night, the 10th, at 8 p. m. All voters are invited. Speak ers of local prominence will give many reasons why the ring should be defeated. COL. TOMAS LOZA HELD A PRISONER Col. Thomas Loza is being held a prisoner in the Juarez jail, as it is alleged that he shot a soldier of the command of Gen. Salaxar during a fight between the two. Loza is a former collector of customs in Juarez and has been In the rebel ranks since the opening or the revolution. The cause of the fight is not known and rebel officials do not know the soldier who was shot. It was rumored that Salaaar had executed Loza for the shooting of the soldier, but rebel officers say that this is false. FKRKIS SHXDS PIUVATB CAR TO IA.MBK1CAX SIDE. The private car of general manager H C Ferris, of the Mexico North Western railroad was moved to 1 I'aso from Juarez, Tuesday afternoon in i-rder to keep it from being used for the comfort of rebel officers who are now traveling up and down the iltxito North Western railroad. All of the private cars of the Mex ico Central road have been used by the rebel officers in their travels oer that road. Can You RI311EI. AUDITORS CHKCIv UI' MEXICO CEXTHAI. BOOKS. Three auditors from the cuartel gen eral have been busy checking up the accounts of the Mexico Central rail road, which is rapidly being left by the rebels who have operated it for the last several weeks, and it is re ported that all of the accounts of the superintendent of the road, Pedro C Recio, have been found to be all right. 4 COL. THOMAS Mms suits sponged, pnss.d. Wright. EL PASO TELX.S IIISIl TOOUBLES. To the "Want" Columna of The Herald. 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