El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 19, 1914 Page: 1 of 10
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fio Pessimist Ever Accumulated An Independent Fortune That Way
EL PASO BIG CATTLE CENTER
Latest News By the Associated Press
IS MARKET FOR WEST TEXAS
EI. PASO TEXAS TUESDAY
EVENING MAY 19 1914.
Unsettled Tonight and Tomorrow.
Copper 14.04 Stocks dull Grains
higher livestock steady Mexican bank
note 32 Villa currency. 17 In EX Faao.
!5 In Juarez.
Ten Pasefl Today.
Former Cabinet Minister Is Forced to Accept Protec-
tion of Americans; Strong Anti-Huerta Senti-
ment Develops in Veracruz Among the
"t TERACRUZ Mex. May 19
ui. .rtureHano urrutia ex-
minister of the interior declared
today that he left the capital because
he feared assassination and the belief
that a rewolt would shortly occur in the
City of Mexico. "I left the capital"
he said "for two reasons. The first
was a. knowledge of a. plot among Gen.
Huerta's close political supporters to
assassinate roe. tbey saying I knew tpo
much. Second there had been planned
a general revolt of the people and the
Expects General Uprising?.
"I vtould not be surprised to receive
now at any mmute news of an uprising:
against Huerta whom the people and
the arm) are tired of and of whom the
people and the army are determined to
rid themselve. I did not wantFto be
in Mexico City when this occurred."
Forced to Take Own Medicine.
Twice arrested and hustled through
the streets by American soldiers at his
head and threatened by bis country-
men. Urrutia was forced to face yes-
terday some of the indignities to which
he subjected others wHile he was high
in power at the capital. He expects
to sail for Europe at the first oppor-
tunity. In spire of the sentiments of the
crowd which stood before him and
shouted "let's witness that American
justice be done." Gen. Funston has
been asked to order TJrruti&'s deten-
tion. There appears little likelihood
that Urrutia will be held. At one time
Gen Funston did tell him to leave as
soon as possible but relenting; he sent
word to him he might remain in Vera-
Wishes To Stay.
I rrutia professed that his only de-
sire was to remain here under protec-
tion of the Americans that he had no
object in going to Europe and to re-
main at the capital was to face the
anger of Huerta. Before night how-
ever he had decided that he wnoteVnet
Thi; decision was due to the attitude
f his own people rather than to any
lack of hospitality on the part of the
Americans. After he had been taken
to a hotel from the police station where
he was detained soon after his arrival
he crossed the street with his family
consisting of his wife and eight chil-
dren to lunch at a cafe. American
soldiers accompanied him . They stood
in the dining room near his table and
outside other soldiers were busy pre-
venting the intrusion of angry natives
who muttered their threats and openly
Strong Anti-Huerta Sentiment.
The IT rrutia incident has served to
demonstrate in a striking manner the
widespread anti-Huerta. sentiment in
Veracruz. Host fugitives from tbe
capital are welcomed by the residents
of Veracruz but they found it difficult
to separate Urrutia from the Huerta.
regime notwithstanding the public
dropping of the man of the provsiional
"Why it would appear that they think
I am still working for Huerta" said
the big framed fugitive as he paced
up and down his room in front of n4s '
Zaragosa's Routed Army Finds Only Temporary Safety
in Town Which Was Reported Strongly Defended; a
Train Reaches Mexico City From San Luis Po-
tosi Without Vice Consul Silliman.
rASHINGTOX D. O. May 19.
That federal soldiers still con-
trol Panuco 30 miles inland
from Tampico as rumored late Monday
to rear admiral Mayo was confirmed
today in a report from American con-
sul Miller of the navy department. An
entire garrison which evacuated Tam-
pico. when the "Constitutionalists"
took the city is said to have ceased
flight at Panuco where extensive for-
tifications are located.
Panuco Also Evacuated.
Later in the day admiral Badger re-
ported the Mexican federals who fled
from Tampico to Panuco had evacuated
the latter city also.
Reports indicate" said a navy de-
partment statement "that the federals
eaeuatd Panuco city Monday." The
1 wells were all right up to Mon-
div afternoon. From 2000 to 4000 fed-
erals were in the garrison.
' Reports from Mexico City today that
a long delayed train from San Luis Po-
tosi had arrived there without Ameri-
can consul John R. Silliman concerning-
-nhose -safety the Huerta govern-
ment has given repeated assurances
again aroused concern among state de-
Secretary Bryan declared that re
peated messages have come from the
Huerta foreign office thai Silliman
who had been held at Saltillo by the
federals had been released and that he
was en route to Mexico City under
guard but that nothing official had
been learned for several days-
Mexico Mlent On Parks Case.
Information from the Huerta gov-
ernment regarding the American pri-
vate bamuel Parks which was de-
manded also is awaited. Though un
officially satisfied that Parks was ex
-Vrt.r.i. u e: V""" by Mexican
.ederalh. Huertas rm...t i...
-- . e.wi uuieui lias
' uius Jdr lo Com
i mi tiapr
I rrutia Held ln Custody.
"j it. .-est nal Lcea.
r wfe whose ees were red wth weep
Aot un jiission tor iincrio.
"They seem to think that I. too am
in danger of my life from that man.
Some of them think I am sent down
here on some kind of secret mission
'I assure you that I am not. I am
trying to get away from scenes and
situations that have grown hateful to
me and which are blotting the record
of my country.
"Not since th 10th of September
have I had anything to do with tbe
government and only once in that time
have I seen Huerta."
Oppose Landing Ilnerta.
T)r. Urrutia referred to an incident
at a dinner at Chapultepec last fall
when Querido Moheno and Jose Maria
Lozano. members of Huerta's cabinet
drank the health of Huerta styling
him as the modern Napoleon and laud-
ing him as being even greated than the
At that time. Urrutia says he op-
posed the idea of placing a halo about
the head of Huerta telling him that
on whatever day he resigned and
opened the way for democracy he
would indeed be great.
Says Huerta Agreed With Him.
The president rebuked Moheno and
Losano. saying his friend Urrutia had
uttered the sentiment most plea'.ag
"And that sentiment is one I vet
hold." declared Dr. Urrutia. "I am not
in accord with the administration its
plans nor policies ard have openly
told the president so. And yet tbey
accuse me of intriguing for him."
Mexicans Would Prefer Charges.
Dr. Urrutia exDects to sail on tha
steamer Tpiranga Should the demon-
strations against him contiue he will
be afforded a refuge on the cruiser
Prairie until the Tpiranga sails.
Several residents of Veracruz have
forwarded to the "Constitutionalist"
junta at Washington a petition that it
use its influence with the state depart-
ment to have Dr. Urrutia held until
there is an opportunity to prefer
charges against him for hfa mnv at.
itse tsa ci na8.
llKllltUHA aVBMT OP VILLA.
Gen. Manuel Chan denoaed Eonnnr
of Chihuahua is in Parral visiting
Oen Luis Herrera. brother of Maclovio
Herrera. The purpose of Chaos visit
to Parral is not known but it is com-
mon talk in Chihuahua that Luis Her-
rera and Pancho Villa are enemies.
Society Leader Rolls
Three Miles on Wager
Baltimore. Md.. May 1. G. Howard
Parr a social leader in Baltimore who
started at 7:4S oclock last evening to
roll from the Elk Ridge Kennel club to
University Parkway a distance of
about three miles completed his task
at 11:26 a. m. today. He performed the
feat on a wager and finished In good
For more than 15 hours with fre-
auent intervals of rest. Mr. Parr.
dressed in a football suit turned over
and over on his hands and knees the en-
tire distance uphill and down through
mud and over stones without once ris-
ing to his feet until the end.
the state department todav for lh. rie
tentlon ot Dr. Urrutia former minis-J
.... . ..... .v .. nHcrma caotnei.
who is a refugee at Veracrur. It had
been reported from Veracruz that
Mexicans had appealed to "Constitu-
tionalist" representatives in "Washing-
ton to protest against Urrutia being
permitted to leave Mexican shores.
Gen Funston reported that he would
keep Urrutia under guard until he em-
barked from Veracruz.
With mediation in the Mexican crisis
practically under way at Niagara
Falls. Ont president Wilson and the
cabinet took up routine matters today.
Instructions To V. S. Delegates.
President Wilson tnU . ...
commissioners Monday that the United
.!es.wm keD lts troops at Veracrur
tJLihere is defln'te settlement of the
.Tfi?eSident S th American
fT.Ti I. ners itice Lamar of the
S? V5h te" ""Preme court. Frederick
LS;.'onMr solicitor general
and diplomatic secretary. H. Perceval
tf TTm tspefnc instructions. They
rlnMvi JS plfe themselves in a re-
? tlt'S? fnd awaIt Proposals from
the three South American mediators.
int ...Ve Jn to All Factions.
"""P6" seemed I to hto to be nd
unf on the eliminationof the Huerta
administration and the establishment
strong provisional governSent
which would conduct an election riving
-- me same
ties in nt to "" Actions and par-
luunn nd Sijjranteelng. moreover a -th2?
iJ the ""-ian problem and
rorre?otutton.di"CnlUeS Which haVe
aLreBla!!St whe8 the Mexican
lint. ?. 'SSK1 on comprehensive
eSSToS1 Itake into account the
STthL . PrlncP'e for which iSapata
ln the south & -wn . r.-- . .....
norxn nave been fiphtin ...mi .
the same time
ionverf the riphtf
Un. ... .. : " " i.ini'iy
nt.ia hi n. Ytnr.le ... .V . .
nicat u ui uae ilMlSA
Cia. I ii
IT HOME BUT
Mrs. Roosevelt Would Have
the Colonel Dine Quietly
With His Family.
TO HEAR ADDRESS
EW. YORK. May 1 Former
president Theodore Rcosevelt is
home again after an absence of
many months spent in South America
a trip which exceeded In varied ex-
periences and dangers in the colonel's
African explorations. Tbe steamship
Aldan bearing Col. Roosevelt same
into lower New York harbor this af-
term.cn r.t'er a voyage lasting 12 days.
Kermit Roosevelt sailed from Para
F-razil. fur train where he s to be
Col. Roosevelt stated that he is feel-
ing greatly improved and will short-
ly give a lecture on his experiences on
the South American trip of explora-
tion. Oyster Bay Welcome 1'ostponed.
At the request of Mrs. Roosevelt.
tbe plans of the villagers of Oyster
Bay to welcome their townsman have
been postponed for at least 24 hours.
There was to hare been a parade to-
night but the decision to bring the
colonel by yacht put these plans awry.
Now it is planned to have Mr Roose-
velt dine quietly with his family at
Sag more Hill tonight. If he feels
well enough and tomorrow evening to
o sown to ate- vusage. imb the vnf
hymHO taliss a sijlulr. j
Roosevelt exceeded his famous Afri-
can journey rn danger and excitement
on his latest exploration trip The
first half of it was a whirlwind of
oratory with cheering (and sometimes
jeering) multitudes greeting him:
while the last half was a plunge
through the primeval wilderness
where two men of the expedition were
lost and the ex-president was badly
Injured and contracted a Jungle dis-
ease. CoL Roosevelt sailed from New "TOrk
October 4 last aboard the steamship
Van Dyck. He arrived in Rio Janeiro
and on October 24 delivered an address
before the Brazilian government uni-
versity. He also made an excursion
on to Tijuca mountains 2(00 feet high.
Unpleasant Incident in Colombia. i
From Brazil the colonel went to
Uruguay and thence to Buenos Ayres. i
AratnTlna. was nor mitfe no mrdll I
iraiiit uaa uwiu not on .Hovomoer
10 the university at Buenos Ayres con
ferred on him the honorary degree of
doctor of laws He placed flowers on
the tomb of San Martin the Argentine
A litle later occurred the unpleasant
incident of the Colombian government's
attempt to spoil the trip. Colombia
Incensed at the Panama affair and be-
lieving Roosevelt had stolen a slice
of her territory ordered her consuls
not to take part in any welcome to
the colonel and show him any courtesy.
In Chile his remarks concerning the
Monroe doctrine were 111 received. Ac-
cording to some accounts he only r'
plied to aspersions of a former Chilian
minister to the United States on the
doctrine. As the colonel left the uni-
versity building at Santiago after this
incident a crowd of students raised the
cries "Viva Colombia!" and "Viva
Discovery of River.
Returning to Argentina the colonel
now turned from semi-political to
scientific work. He voyaged up the
Parana river was entertained ln Para
guay. and then with an augmented
party of naturalists entered the little
known country of the south Amazon
This part ot the colonel's Journey
has provoked worldwide discussion. He
declares that with his party he em-
barked at latitude it degrees south
and longitude 60 degrees IS minutes
west on the river Duvida or River of
Doubt. He says this rises between
69 to SO degrees west longitude and
latitude 13 south and flows for more
than 1000 miles in a northerly direc-
tion. In latitude 7 degrees 30 minutes
south the riTer is met by another and
the two flow Into the Madeira which
is a southern tributary of the Amazon.
16TH INFANTRY BAND
WILL PLAY TONIGHT
It was announced late this after-
noon that the lth infantry band
would pit a concert in Cleveland
square tonight beglning shortly after
7:30 oclock. The 13th cavalry band
was scheduled to play downtown to-
night but because of a previous en-
gagement could not give the concert
and the loth infantry band will play
AND FOE FIGHT DUEL
Budapest. Hungary. May 19. Count
Stephan Tiaza. the Hungarian premier
and Stephen Rakovak. a member of
the lower nous. fought a duel with ra-
piers here this afternoon The adver-
saries fought five bouts and both were
wounded. The duel grew out of an
altercation In a committee room of the
Hungarian parliament on May It.
CONCERT AT COUNTRY CLUB
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING
Through the courtesy of Cols. Lough-
borough and Perkins the 20th infan-
tr hand will i' i co . rt a' the
'ountr lub r i ' . n!i . n
fn m 8 lo 11 p tji r i. i r i t 1
!de! I t..i i .- i
Lie Is Frequently Passed;
Politics Over Home Rule
Is at White Heat.
HEDGED IN CEREMONY
DV KltKDBIUC J. HASKIX.
a- ONDON England. May 20. While
there may be a difference of
opinion as to whether the pres
ent political cruris In Britain will lead
to civil war. there can be none as to
the fact that party politics has already
reached white heat. Things are said
every day in parliament that are delib-
erately Intended to be offensive per-
sonal Insults and they are answered In
the same coinage. If It were not for
the separation of two sides and the
good humored skill of tbe speaker. It Is
difficult to see how flstfigbts could be
A "noble lord" on the opposition
benches discussing the Welsh disestab-
lishment bill admitted that be de-
spaired of influencing the government
by charging them with wholesale rob-
bery when they were already charged
with wholesale murder.
The leader of the opposition gently
remarked to the prime minister that he
had already accused him of uttering
falsehoods and that he now repeated
Hatred Is Bitter.
A great deal of this fury and intem-
perance of expression is due to the
method of parliamentary government
obtaining in England: part Is due to
the "rules of the same" as nolltics Is
played over here hut most ot it at this
time is directly chargeable to the bitter
hatred that exists between tha two
great divisions of the commons.
The parliamentary procedure is most
Interesting to the American visitor
partly because it is so different from
what one in used to at horn mil nrf. i
1- because It is at th sam tirni so
Trr snwMw jai ma Ttflv auidenc.
juatntOTtevanetent ceremonies to fit
Much Ceremony Observed.
The house of commons meets every
afternoon at 1:45 and usual lv continues
in session until 11 at night. The
speaker who has no political powers
but Is invested with great parliamen-
tary discretion lieves in the palace of
Westminster where the sessions are
held. Shortly before the hour of sitting
the policemen 'all through the great
building cry oat: "Speaker! Hats off.
strangers!" The last word is appended
because members never take their hats
off unless they feel like It. or are ad-
dressing the house.
Then a procession winds its way from
the speaker's living apartments to the
hall of the hoftte. The speaker is pre-
ceded by the sergeant at arms dressed
n ""J "k "". breeches and hose
wearing a Jeweled sword and carrying
. ..-.. vu .. ouVu.w..
The sneaker wears an enormous wltr.
which falls down on his shoulders. He
also wears silk jacket knee breeches
and a flowing silken gown that re-
quires the services of a page to keep
its tail from dragging ln the d 1st of
the floor. Behind him comes the chap-
lain in his ecclesiastical robes.
Honse Is Crowded.
The house of commons has S70 mem-
bers but there Is room for only 480 of
them on the green leather benches that
stretch ln parallel lines away from the
speaker the government on the right
and the opposition on the left. Mem-
bers or the cabinet the leaders of the
opposition party and a few others have
fixed places but all the rest of the
seats are dispensed on the principle of
first come first served.
However any member who Is actual-
ly present during the prayer immedi-
ately it is finished steps up to the
clerk's table and gets a card with the
word. "Prayer" printed on It- He writes
his name under this selects a seat and
sticks the praer card ln the slot be-
hind the seat. That means that he is
entitled to the seat for that whole day's
session notwithstanding temporary ab-
sences. When there is to be a. warm
debate or when important questions
are to be asked of ministers tbe house
is crowded for the prayer.
At 3 oclock the dally stint of 45 min-
utes is devoted to "questions." The
questions mostly have been written the
day before and have been printed on
the "order paper." which every member
has in his hands. The members of the
cabinet to whom the questions have
been addressed have already prepared
their answers and hold them In their
hand ready to read. The sneakA- mii.
out the names of the members making
.ic lutcuupMuiico as Lney appear on
the order paper. The member rises
takes off his hat and calls out the num-
ber of his question. Then the minister
rises from his place on the treasury
bench and answers. This may be fol-
lowed by oral questions and then the
No one Is permitted to clap his hands
or stamp his feet. He may express ai
proval by yelling. "Hear heir "In a
deep throaty voice: he mav Cn .
may 'boo." and on occasion he does
hiss bnt he must not clap his hands. It
(CoailMcd on Tage 9 Column S).
Ten Year Old Boys Have
Belter Vocabulary Than
Parents It Is Asserted
Sacramento. CaL. May 19. Ten year
... ms use a larger number of dif-
ferent words than older people and
aside from slang have better working
vocabularies than their par-nts. The
grown person manges to screen his Ig-
norance lmwuer. behind a mass of
technical terms which he picksun as
!"' " "" what.-er that maj be.
The foregoing was the assertion Mon-
day of the text book commitee of the
stat. board of education in announcing
its plan for i new -.pellin nook ThV
' "'" i" ' 'i iion.it. d lts belief tint
in I i 1 i.Ks .'i uld 1. !ig-e
!" 'r"! ' "w n SP"U V.rUs
Wu a i i 11 usis to use.
DRIVE FOE TO
HEART OF CITY
' v --V
In the Day's Newt
Arrests Own Wife!
Can't Kelp But Steal!
Has 3 Sets of Teeth! J
POLICE COM3IISSIOXBR. WOODS HAS
formed a "mendicancy squad" to rid
fashionable eir xork thoroughfares
MOSES Ol'PKMIEIMKK H.VS Re-
ceived 91 from the 915000 estate of
his -wife In New York whose Trill said
that their children vfonld take care
BECAl'SE HIS 1V1FE AMOVED HIM
on the street patrolman Bdrrard
Johnson arrested her In Atlantic City
and took her to the lockup for the
night to cool off
m. b. ha:vcock. SI. JI IS GROTVX A
third set of teeth in U set). Texas. A
dentist discovered tha three teeth
which vtere canslag Hancock pain
were being replaced bj new ones.
DU1GHT STPBBI.S. A FORMRR
uinuHnnu pntrwosa. -aawrj
5 . "p' ....
tbe desire being caused by a blow on
ne head inflicted several years ago.
niDOI.nt M. HOKKMW -W I5I3II-
irratlon nfflrer at Kills Island. . A
1 ones Ills life In bl watch nhleh
stopped a bullet fired at him.
SEVIIOR I.V FOLI.KTTE. OP Wis-
consin has had n speech Inserted in
tbe Congressional Record at Wash-
ington more than Oe0 words lone
A ST. LOIIS MA.VS AFFIMTY 1JE-
clares it's all the fault of bis wife
who once forced him to escort her
home when she was lonesome.
A TRRXTOV X. J WOM W. SC1VG
her husband for support of herself
and five children charges him with
having two wives and 10 children.
TUB V. S. SEVVTE HIS DECLARED
war on the cienret beetle which lays
eggs in Tobacco used lor cigars.
and has Increased the appropriation
xo eraaicaie ic
m NO RICH
10 APPEAL SAYS
Says Teza Is Not Held For
Ransom but Loan of
In discussing the case of T. E. Teza.
an Italian agent of the Eagle Oil com-
pany at Monterey who It was alleged
by representatives of the oil company
was being-held as a hostage for pay-
ment of a forced loan of lg.M peso.
Roberto V. Pesqueira. confldentlal
agent of tne "Constitutionalist" govern-
ment deplored the action of the oil
company men ln appealing to the
i'"0 ambassador at Washington as
atr5d unnecessary declaring that
JV "ad Mt been denied protection or
---" J"" out nad slmpiv Been re-
quested by the military authorities not
iiT!Te n cU' unn the 10.000 pesos.
ImD?d as a necessary loan from the
JaSle Oil rompanx. had been paid.
enterprises or corporations organ-
Wed under the lans of Mexico.- said Mr.
fesqueira. "are considered to be Mex-
ican even though the stockholders or
owners are foreigners and although the
capital of the organisations is of for-
eign origin. It Is time for tbe foreign-
ers who are stockholders in such com-
D1.le or Interested in them to know
e .. r own nationality or the origin
or the capita of the companies in no
w'r affects the nationality of the oom-
n"ea- For that reason they are made
subject to the government laws of the
country and hae not the right to ap-
io loreign Kovernments in any
Tern Still Is Held.
Texa. manager In Monterey of -tha
gle Oil company a lord Cowstea
propert. is stil; virtually a prisoner of
tne rebels in Monterey.
CLT5n.lv WHO ORIIKRKII VIllEST
OF Slr.I.IMVN TO HBS1GX
Mexico nt. Me Mu P-Thi-relU;-nation
of ilffl r y. rpHn.tt .MarCresTOr
chief cli rk of the fnnlLn .iff! . was
demanded Uond bv 'he acting for-
eign minister. Ksteva Hui7 The reason
given was that he hd order d Gen.
loaquin Maas at .iltivn to ta' meas-
ures 1211 ist Ttl vl l V ' ' ' 1 lo'ltl
r i'l m i'
n vu jo- c
1 ""-' n . . 1 J. .
SAN LUIS POTOSI
Carranza's Secretary Sends Word of Attach on City Say
ing Rebels Stormed Barricades and Penetrated as Far
as Center of City; Losses Reported Heavy on
Both Sides but No Figures Are Given.
EBEL forces usder Gen. Alberto
K V r -T- .
fttv ianrera iorres attacked am
Lttts Potosi capital of the state
of the same name Sunday and pene-
trated as far as tbe main plaza of tbe
city which position they still hold
according to advices received today by
rebel official Juarez. The news
was sent tram Durango by Carranza's
private secretary Ef!noia. Moretos.
A battalion of 3S0 "ConsUtotlonalists"
stormed the federal barricades around
the plaza. It was stated. Losses were
heavy on both sides but no numbers
were given. Many federal deserters are
Joining the lehela it vans amaeted.
i - - Opens TtaHtoad Uaesk. -Sen-
Torres has opened the railroad
lines as far as the station of Fasffllo
and expects soon to have trains run-
ning through all the way to San Luis
Gne. Carranza has returned to Du-
rango from Sombrerete. Zacatecas.
where he sent orders to Gen. Obregon
to push the attack on Mazailan. say
messages received in Juarez this after-
noon. Obregon has his headquarters
is on in
Huerta Intends to Make a Determined Stand at Saltillo
Against Victorious Marchof Rebel Army; More Troops
and Munitions Sent From San Luis Potosi; Huerta's
Minister of Communications Has Resigned.
By ASSOCIATED PRESS.
fcAU-U UI 1 I . Mex.
IV I. 19. Gen. Blanquet minister
of war. satd today that no great
batik bad yet begun in Saltillo. So
far there have only been skirmishes be-
tween the vanguards of Villa's rebels
and the federal outposts of Gen. Maas.
The government is rushing waf ma-
terials and soldiers into Saltillo having
left San Luis rotesl two days before.
The government intends to make a
The government intends to make a
determined stand at Saltillo. The forces
HUERTA EXILES BISHOP
FROM MEXICO IS RUMOR
ERACRUZ. MKX-. May IS. Arch
bishop Mora y del Tio was driven
out of Mexico City by provisional
president Huerta according to infor-
mation reaching here today. The arch-
bishop the story says sought an In-
terview with Gen Huerta. which was
at first refused bnt later accorded on
representation that the churchman
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To Give Name and Address
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This time we have three or four Biddies that was iUj of Black
Minorca or White WyaiHiutte es tor hatiiim. I ii tiu no.. u- get response
Irom "Phone 23S4 " "Phone 61i! "' or others lio"aNo a.hertt-e n mr
altinl i net riu Ion ' rim! -i i.;.-
. .-n t . I i - JM' V II 'l
- ln the -white house.' 'a. snharb of th.
Plan Southward Campaign.
Geo. Panfflo Xatera commander ol
tbe central division and Gens Domingo
and Mariano Arrieta Toraas Domin-
gues. MaffBat Triana and Trinidad Cer-
vantes re m Durango conferring- with
the rebel leader. Final plans for ths
complete Investment of San Lais Potosi.
AuguascsJientes. SaltWo Zacatecas and
other large central Mexican cities ars
being formulated at the conference.
HORSES ARK REXCKNED.
Veracruz. Mex. May 19 The two
horses belonging to Lieut. Col Elrm-a
F. Taggert. which wars taSen Into th
Mexican Unas -by private Samuel Parks
when tha soldier whs -was said to be
I daanssaf d iHssnnjaarsfk ware returned
f fuajj u U i uuidTiaisFeBftrry author
ities by order or tne Mexican com-
CONSUL SlLMVATf ARRIVES S .FEXY
The state department has received
news from American consul L. Sullivan
of La Page who arrived safelv on te
Cetrlana in San Francisco. Considera-
ble concern had been expressed for con.
sul Sullivan's safety.
of Gen. Zosaya. which had been ope
ating on the San Luis Potosi ana
Tampico line have been concentrated
ln San Lois Potest
Gen Emillo Camps arrived Mbnda
night from Saltillo and reported all well
Cabinet Member Resigns.
The resignation of Jose Maria Lo-
sano. minister of communications and
public works has caused much specu-
lation in political circles. However it
Is said to have no great political sig-
nificance. The minister of interior visited
vLoxano Monday and thanked him in tha
name of the president for ats services.
hadW communication from the pope
Toe communication it is stat.nl
proved to be a suggestion that Gen
Huerta resign. The president ap-
peared to take this advice dispassion-
ately making no reply. On the fol-
lowing day. however a messenger
came to the archbishop with a warn-
ing from Huerta that he would do well
to leave the country.
1 tiu. All Cvmi 13- i. i- itiiltout.LaJ
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