El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 9, 1913 Page: 1 of 20
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LAR8EST BONA FIOE PAID CIRCULATION IN SOUTHWEST.
EL PASO TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 9. 1913. TWENTY PAGES
PRICE FIVE C
WILSON STANDI PAT
Battleship Carrying President's Special
Envoy to Mexico What Will Lind Do?
PREVENT LIND LANDING
LET EM FIGHT
KMRAROO OX II Ms INTO MEXICO
Will ill REPEALED IF UNDV
SENATE COMMITTEE TODAY
Satis TOIl II. ik Ml BATS III I III
COttLO IK) NOTHING KIMK BUT
TVRN WILSON ENVOY DOWN
MEXICAN NATION BROWS RESENTFUL
People Am IHsplwsrrt With I
American InvrwUgation Made
In That CcmnUrj.
Bp Times tpreUt Correspondent
vTaahlngton n. (.. Aim ' Thfw hi
hern no spparent recession an the pert ef
eouie 1 1 line government efftctsli thnt
repeal n( the enbargn mi th shipment of
rm Into Mexico from this country will
be tbo next map on Hie part of the limited
States should tbe peaceful xalsssus at
Kt Oovernet l.lnil prove disappointing tv
tha administration. Tbe senate foreign
relations onmmtttee will hold a meeting
tomorrow mnralnir. and 'will eoneider the
grave turn In Mexican affair enneaqnent
on the official admission that the Hoerta
government baa served notice on the
American embaaay at Mexico Cttjr that
Johs Llnd will b persona-son-greta
and will nut be received.
geseter Bssoh's remanent.
Senator Borab made tha brief comment
that he did not aee bow Huerta could
have ilone anyming elae.
"Mr. llnd waa ent down for tha osten-
alble purpose of seeing ' that Huerta
should realign. Huerta would hare abown
blniaeir without knowledge of the flrat
principle of diplomacy had be taken any
otber conrae" aald Senator Borah.
81 1 nation Look. Serious.
"Mr. Llnd baa gone down tv gat la-
formatlon aa the prealdent'a peraonal rep
reaeniatlve." aald Senator Overman. "The
rafuaal of Hoerta to aee him would aeem
to make the attnatlon look aarloua."
Senator Sheppard of Texan re fa aed to
make any abatement for publication on
the ground that tbe condition war too
i Senator Pnmeren alao refused to talk
He la n member of the foreign relatione
laterveatloa or Lift Km barge.
Some aenatora. In commenting oa Max
lco. aald It looked now aa If then ware
lust two couraee open Intervention or
lifting- the arma embargo and letting the
Mexican fight It out. T'nleaa Ihlnga get
worae. It looka aa If the arma embargo
would be raised and nothing more would
be done. Tbla would meet the dealrea
of tbe Constltiitl vnsllst.
Igperea Haerta Nate
The admlnlatratlon today decided to
Ignore entirely the note sent by Preatdent
Huerta to the American government and
to direct Special Envoy Llnd to proceed
to Mexico City without delay on hla ar-
rival at Vera On tonight unleea ha be
held bark by armed force.
"Tbe preatdent decline to be bluffed"
Mated a prominent government official
Beeenta Special Savage
Aa official etatement given out by the
Mexican euthaaay today aald that the
Mexican government raaenta the presence
In Mexico of special enroya or the Ameri-
can government and that tbe Mexican
government haa taken tha opportunity
preaented In the coming of Llnd to ex-
erctae thte reeentment.
Mexico regards the character of the In-
vestigation carried on by William Bayard
link. It F. Del Vaile and others aa ex-
tremely offensive and believes that tbe
unfriendly Information that they sent to
Washington la responsible for tha pres-
ent attitude of the American govern-
ment. Administration Nag Bxettea.
Appaaently admlnlatratlon officials are
net unduly excited over tbe announced
attitude of Huerta toward Ex-Governor
Llnd. They atill feel that the situation
will clarify wham Ex-Oevernor Linda
mission la properly understood.
Kaglleh Nsaspaper Thlaha Big Jab Is
Ahead at aHed States.
Bp Thr i ..... mi . Pre
Ijondoa Aag. I'nanmeatlng oa tha
Mexican situation the Spectator aaya:
"If Aemrtre gat Is solved la a Mextcaa
war ah wilt be lucky If It laata ualy
three yeera and stops abort of foreleg
her to raiae armies on tbe Earopaan s. ale
perhaps however. I worst aspsrt af the
whole affair la If America aucqaeded. a
ao doubt abe ultimately woaldj her ue-
cess would he even wore than failure.
Khe would find avacuailon practically lai
Csslble d sh woujd have agoa her
as hug new territory with large
papulation lu perwaneni revolt
GERMAN SI KPKCT RELEASED
Bp Th Aaseoielrd Pre
Brownavllle. Teg. Aug . it A.
Ureeve. a German cttlsen. wag ar-
rest ad to Malamnras last Friday aus-
p acted of bains a Huerta spy. was
flaaaad today by tha Constitution -allele.
Oraave reside In Houston.
DOCm STK1KI HROKEN.
Bp fee Assaessfes) Prsss
Dululb. Minn . Aug. I --Tha bask-
buna of the Mtseabe dock strike waa
broke taalsbt w Ken about It of taut
i.ight craw surrounded by police re-
turned to work. No disorder accom-
panied tka apllt la the strikers' forces
and disorder her Is not expected as
the dock was surrounded by police
Two bants backed up immediately
and took ore
reRKONAL IUC PRESENT ATITE Of
PRESIDENT LANDS IN VERA
CRCB THIS AFTERNOON
OFFICIAL TENSION IS FELT
MO CHANG K l AMERICAN PRO-
GRAM IS INDICATED IN ANY
OF THE DEV ELOPMENTB
UNO BEARS PROPOSALS TO MEXICANS
Nature of TIkhsc Proposal Will be
Announced KlmultancoaaJj from
Washington and Mexico City.
By The Aesselersd Prats
Washington. Ass. S Tension over the
Mexican altaatlon waa conaplcuoua
throughout the day la official circle.
President Wilson and Secretary Bryan
la an early conference dismissed the mes-
sage from Manuel Uarsa Aldape. ctlag
minister of foreign affair. stating for-
mally on behalf of President Huerta that
nolens John Llnd the peraonal represen-
tative of President Wilaoh an roate to
the Mexican capital bore credential
rerognlitng tbe Hoerta government kla
presence in Mexico would be undesirable.
Instructions ts O'nhaagbaeasr
Later the Americas embaaay at Mexico
City. through Nelson O'Sheugneaay
charge d'tffalre. waa Instructed to ex
plain to the acting minister of foreign af-
faire that the information oa which hla
etatement moat have been based could
not have come from the aisle department
here as no official declaration of Mr.
Llnd' purpose In visiting Mexico City
hd been snu mnc. Mr. Bryan also b
ued the following statement:
"The statement of the Mexican foreign
office waa baaed on misrepresentations
for which thla government la not . re-
sponsible. In tending Governor Llnd
adviser to the embaaay the president Is
entirely within hi right and thla de-
partment will not assume that hla going
will be regarded aa unfriendly when tha
character of hla mission I understood."
At Vera Craa Today.
It waa alao announced by Secretary
Bryan that Mr. Llnd would not arrive at
Ver Crua before Saturday evening.
Secretary Daniels of the navy department
explained In thla connection that while
the battleship New Hampshire could
make the trip from Oaiveetou to Vera
thirty-all honra minimum tim.
her ordinary time for the Journey would
be about fifty er alxty honra and In-
dicated that the admlnlatratlon did not
regard Mr. Lind a mission as necessarily
requiring great haste.
Some officials saw an advantage in
proceeding alowly. however ao aa to af-
ford the Huerta admlnlatratlon an oppor-
tunity to become more fully acquainted
with tbe purpoae of Mr. Llnd'a vlalt.
Llad Carries Preposition.
Administration officials take the poal-
tloa that objection to Mr. Llad's pres-
ence In Mexico are unwarranted aa the
general public la not acquainted with the
propoaals be carries nor the method by
which ke Intends to submit them.
On Mr. Llnd- arrival the proposal
will be mads public In Mexico City and
Washington tmiiltflneously and trans-
mitted from here to all the foreign gov-
ernments represented at Washington.
Accords With Proprieties.
Further emphasis was laid by sdmlnla-
tratton officiate on the point that Mr.
Llnd. a adviser to the American em-
baaay wonld occupy no unprecedented
position: that other emhaaelee and lega-
tions had their counsellors and attaches.
The Inference thst ke would Interfere
directly In Mexlcsn politics which It sp-
peara bad apread throughout Mexico waa
declared without Justification All hla
act It wa aald by tbe administration
would be In accord with the proprieties
of tbe situation HI dealioga with the
Huerta government would be through the
charge d'affaires of the American em-
bassy at Mexico City and In all circum-
stances Mr. Llnd would act aa the mouth-
piece of the Wsshlngtoa government to
sayoas who wished to ebtsln the vise
of President Wilson end Secretary Brysa
oa the altoattoo generelly.
Srr President Wllsea.
Mot of the Democrats of the foreign
relations committee lu both houses In
dlcsied thst they would support Free!
dent Wilson In hi effort to bring about
peaoe Is Mexico. A great many senators
srs. however la fever of lifting the ssa-
bsrgo ea arms Into tbe republic
Gov. M.it. i. no Hay There is
Trouble In hVmm I onirrw.
Bp The Assoc set d Press
Douglas Ark. Aug. I Jo May-
torena. civil governor of Honors tele-
graphed the Constitutionalist com-
mutes here today denying the ex-
istence of any disagreement between
him and the state congress. He aald
a few member were absent on mis-
sions with which hs was familiar The
governor aald he had named General
Obregon commander-in-chief of the
state troops a position Obregon haa
been holding under Ignaclo Peaqulera.
whom Ms torena auc. eeded Obre-
gon waa reported in better hsslth
and was expected le take active com-
mand of his troop Investing Ouay-
111.11 MAX IM PORTLAND
Bp Fa Assesses1 Prsss
Portland Or.. Aug ( General
Pells Ulaa arrived here today Hs
wa closely surrounded bp M sec re -larlee
sod s staff of dstectlvee while
the trip was takes over the city to see
The patty will remain mere foa two
daps before proceeding lu Pugel
Sound and Vatwouvar. H c.
Washington Aug. Ex-Governor
John Llnd of Minnesota the prealdent'a
peraonal representative and mediator
hart. Tax. thsy will meet a special
United Btates battleship New Hamp-
shire at Galveston for Mexico. It was
estimated that the battleship would
land him at Vera "ru Aug. 10. The
railroad I open between Vara Crus and
the City of Mextleo and the Journey
visually take about twelve hours. Mr.
Lind will endeavor to persuads Presl-
dsnt Huerta to retire from office to
?rranse for the holding- of an election
hat will reault In the choice of a pres-
ident by constitutional means. Ex-
Governor Llnd has had no experience In
CASE AGAINST ALLEGED WHITE
SLAVER MAKING SATISFAC-
GIRLS WILL TESTIFY TUESDAY
GREAT CROWDS OF C17RIOCS
PEOPLE CROWDING SMALL
CO CRT ROOM
CASE DEPENDS ON TESTIMONY OF GIRLS
All Dcim-ikIm on Whether or Not They
Swear Tin-) Were Frightened
Into Leaving Home.
Bp The Attmiitrd Press
San Francisco . Aug. . Straight
.down th posted path of the order of
proor roueo me mua mm.
without a halt and without a thrill.
Not until the court convenes agnln
next Tueedsy will come the vivid mo
ments for which crowd or sensation
hunters scrambled over eaoh other
thla morning In Ihe hope of penetrat-
ing to a court room too mall to hold
them. On thst day Marsha Warring-
ton and l-la Norrla will tell of their
flight from Sacramento to Reno In
the early morning of March ll. their
three dsys there In a rented bunga-
low and ths- arrest that followed end-
ing hi the present prosecution under
the Mann sot of Maury Dtggs and
Drew Camlnettl. the two young men
whom the government charges trans
ported them there for Immoral pur-
pose. On Girls' Trastlssnny.
Ths case pivot on the teatiroony of
th two girls. It 1 they who must
make good the government's etate-
ment of its esse who must swear that
they were frightened lato leaving
their homes sgslnst their desires snd
Judgment by threels of exposurs;
that marriage was promised them and
that they accepted the proposition on
that understand I ng
Th government doe not conceal Its
desire to mass this testimony.
"We wish." said counsel "thst Mtae
Warrington's testimony should be
hesrd In Its snltrety both In direct
and croas-examlnallon Our prssent
Intention is that she should take lha
stand Tuesda y and her testimony will
be followed by that of Miss Norrts."
H Ifikag Net or Sal.
WUsesasss today established noth-
ing Baw or vital to the case A Pull
man on. lo tor ihongi.t he
nlssd Dtggs as ths man from
h had taken tickets for fowr
o. i nina of i lie taath. bast ween
aieato snd Keno sad to whom
(CowUauett Fag; I.J
diplomacy and ha not reaided In a
Latin-American country. H served In
the house of representative whn Wil-
liam J. Bryan was a congressman and
hi choice for ths Important office of
mediator Is crsdlted to Mr. Bryan. Dur-
ing the time that he and Mr. Bryan
were In congrea Mr. Llnd wa a Re-
publican. He bolted the Republican
party in Ilia on account of hlsajj-
hsrencs to free sliver views it(ffT.
cams a follower of Mr. Bryan He re-
mained In the Democratlo party In the
Roosevslt-Porsker campaign of 1904
and the Taft Wilson campaign of 112.
Mr. Llnd waa born In 8wsdrn fifty -nln
years ago and cams to tha United
NEW YORK ICXECITIVE IS FAC-
ING IMPEACHMENT PROCEED-
INGS BY LEGISLATURE
STOCK EXCHANGE GAMBLING
WAS tofl.OOO IN DEBT ON THAT
ACCOUNT WHEN HE HE-
t 1 11 El NOMINATION
APPLIED HIS CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
Several Checks Given for Ths I I'ur-pxsM-
Traced to laytnent of
i. ambling Debts.
Bp Thr i i Press
Nw York Aug. I. Governor Wm.
Sulser of New York was nearly 160.-
000 In debt aa the result of stock mar-
ket apsrulatloen at th Mm of hi
nomination and used contribution to
hla campaign fund to make additional
purchase of atock while this debt
waa hanging over him according to
testimony adduced todsy at tha hear-
ings of the I i i .1.7 committee of the
Tin- c il. to . brought to light is nuf
ft. i. nt. according to Senator Prawley.
halrman of the committee to wsr-
rant pmc-edlnge lo Impeach ihe gov
ernor for violation of the corrupt prac-
act. The committee closed Its
hearings here today to constdsr what
action should be taken. A declalon Is
expected by Monday.
Stock Kxcrsange nestlings.
The governor according I. jt .'
menu had dealing with three drffer
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persist a Cstsf aad oa
Btatr when he was fourteen year old.
He begsn tbe practice of law In New
rim In 187T. He wa receiver of the
1'nlted States land officii at Tracy.
Minn. from 11X1 to im n member of
congress from 17 to inns a lieuten-
ant In the Twelfth Minnesota volun-
teers during the Spanish-American war
was the unsuccessful Demeurallo can
dldate for governor ol Minnesota In
Utt. elected governor In lS'jS He was
defeated for re election in 1H0 and
again served a a member of congress
from 10S to now. His home is in
Minneapolis. Mr. Llnd Inst his left
olio In an accident when he was
IS SCARCELY MORE THAN A RE-
MOTE I'OSSIHII.ITV NAYS
SENOR DE LA HARK A
INTELLIGENCE WILL PREVAIL
IORMIR PROVISIONAL PKESI.
DENT OF MEXICO EN ROUTE
NO FOREIGN INTERFERENCE FOR MEXICO
Such lotion i. ii th. i'nrt of the I niled
Slates Would be Eraught Willi
Grew t mies-uoii'-.
Bp Thr t ..... or I. . '..
New York Aug. That Interven-
tion by the United State I scarcely
more than a remote pfitsiblllty but
should there be Intervention it would
bo fraught with the gravest conse-
quence wen the opinions expressed
slonal 'resident Huerta to solve the
vlslunal preslden. af Mexico and for-
mer Mexican ambassador to Washing
ton. upon his arrival hare from Mex-
ico today. Senor de is liaja will aall
for I'nrl in a few days iKiiume his
dutle ss Mexican ambassador to
Iiiledltgem t- M ill Prevail.
l firmly of tarn belief" aald
e la ii. hi i "that the Intelli
gence of the American and Mexican
peoples snd Ihe spirit of justice and
faith in i ...Hi countries will prsvall la
the present sltustlon snd thai ths pos-
sibility of anything leading to Inter-
national complications is must remote.
It seems to me it is hsrdly to he
thought of officials In my country
do not srlouly conalder the possibil-
ity let slone the probability of uch
action by the United States"
Senor .le la Barra would not com-
mit Into ii so far a lo so y that all
the warring factions in Meklco would
be united against the Unltsd State In
event of intervention
Ii. oi i Want Intervention.
"Thst would bs presuming too
much." he said. "There Is Just nuw
as way of telling what atand would be
taken by all of th factions but Ihe
undoubtabl- fact remains that a Vary
great maturity of ths people In my
country do n it want foreign Interven-
tion In their affairs and probably
would do what they could to pra-
"1 have th greatest faith la lha
ability of President Wilson and Pr..w
loaal President Huerta lo latrve the
preeent situation 1 am sure that both
men are prompted by motivs of jus-
Mi will see I It
MEXICAN GOVERNMENT MIT
PREVENT IIEOA CRUZ ENTRANCE
Great Demonstration Has Been Arrang-
ed for Sunday in Support of Altitude
of Huerta in Declining to Receive the
By The Associated Press.
Mexico City. Aug. 8. What promises to he a gigantic
demonstration of popular approval of the attitude taken
hy President Huerta regarding the coming to Mexico of
John Lind. President Wilson's personal representative has
heen planned by the student element led by their instruc-
tors for next Sunday.
The demonstration will not assume an anti-American
character it is stated although the public generally finds
difficulty in separating the idea of anti-Americanism from
pro-Huertaism as displayed in the attitude of Huerta to-
ward the United States.
All Classes Will Participate.
It is announced that the demonstration will be par-
ticipated in not only by students but all classes of the peo-
ple. The crowd will march through the streets halting at
convenient places for speech-making. It is believed that
there will be no difficulty in securing permission for the
holding of the demonstration but that the authorities' must
be assured no violence will be committed.
May Not Permit Landing.
No new official declaration effecting the attitude of
the government toward Mr. Lind was made today but
there is some reason to believe that the government is se-
riously considering going to the length of not permitting
Mr. Wilson's representative to land at Vera Cruz.
Lind's Visit Friendly One.
Nelson O'Shaughnessy the American charge d'af-.
taires acting under the instructions of Secretary of State
Bryan reassured the foreign office again today of the
friendly character of Mr. Lintl's visit reiterating in sub
stance the previous note of Mr. Bryan in which Mexico
was requested to reserve judgment until the arrival of Mr.
Sensational Newspaper Reports.
The alarming character given the mission of Mr. Lind
was attributed to sensational newspaper reports Mr.
O'Shaughnessy said and he added that not even the em-
bassy in Mexico City had been advised as to the character
of Mr. Lind's instructions.
New Head of Foreign Office.
I'edcrirn (iamboa the new head of the foreign office
arrived here tonight from Belgium where he was minister
tor Mexico-. . .
Manuel Garza Aldape. minister of instructions who
lias been acting foreign minister probably will be trans-
ferred to the department of fomcnto.
that no hlng precipitate la dons. Per.
sonsll). I havs every reason to feel
that Ihe existing dlfflcultlss will be
nettled before very long."
No 1 1 .III Of I I ml
Senor de la Barra said he could not
dlscuia the mission of sx-t)overnor
John iJnd aa President Wilson's
special representative to Mexico since
he had not read the newspaper th
laat few day and so was not scquslnt-
ed with the faota.
Senor 1a la Rarra wa accompanied
to New York by a party of prominent
Mexirans. .Including Carlos Peryea
Mexican minister In Belgium and
Senor ('annate secretary to Provision-
al President Huerta.
Ill I INT PLANTATION.
Bp Thr I... I..'..! fir
Washlngl'in Aug. t. State dspsrt-
menl sdvlres todsy ald that 4 smsll
plsntatlon belonging to Mrs. Phoebe
Hearst sltusted neer Ciudad del Car-
men state of Tobasco and adjacent
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property owned by the Mexican Ki-
. loit.it ion company (American) hast
been occupied by Insurrectionary
fori'ea under the leadership of Manuel
Pascuul. lie he I forces alao have occu-
pled La Dun college on the Mamental
river about fifty mile above Carmen.
Federal soldier have been dlspatohsd
from Campeche to Carmen for the
purpose of protecting the properties.
A number of young women teacher
who have been In Mexico In the Tarn
pli o district have been csred for bjr
the American cmsul at that port and
sent to Ualveston with the exception
of one. who has refused lo leave
A number of refugees from th
Coco and Chamal colonies are report
ed at Tamplco and It la Intended to
send them either to Ualveston or NsW
The situation at Clud n l'.irflrl
lilac whs repot teit unchanged the)
Federal atill being at M'nulova asd
tile Kehel between I hi place and
Hermann. Hmall kiritii"h- take
place dally but with amall results.
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