El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 2, Monday, August 18, 1913 Page: 1 of 1
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II P. M. J I y Banting irai EXTRA
3 3RD YEAR
UME5T WU FUE PAID CIRCULATE I MTftWES.
EL PASO. TEXAS. MONDAY. AUGUST 18 1913.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
HUERTA THREATENS UNITED STATES
Rich Diplomat's Wife Plane
Lavish Entertainments Abroad
In the Event of Failure to Extend Such Recog-
. nition All Relations Between the Two
Countries Will be Severed Says Official
Mexico City Report.
By the Associated Press.
Mexico City August 1 8. The United States government has been given until mid-
night tonight by President Huerta to recognize Huerta it is officially stated.
The government is not
will be pursued but it is understood that it means the severing
WASHINGTON IS PESSIMISTIC
By Times Special Correspondent.
Washington D. C Aug. 18. Traces of pessimism were discernible in official com-
ment today on the Mexican crisis. The path of the administration now leads to the realm
of speculation wherein a variety of theories may be evolved. Undoubtedly the inhospit-
able reception by Huerta of the administrati on's plan for the peaceful bringing together
of the warring Mexican factions confronts the Washington administration with a prob-
lem which while not altogether unanticipated is nevertheless undesirable and disturbing.
It now is up to the administration to make the next move on the checkerboard and official
hands are moving tremulously over the pawns. There is no doubt that the administration
finds a degree of consolation in the consciousness that it has sincerely endeavored and has
succeeded in impressing the world with the fact that its desire was to deal with the Huerta
regime in a spirit of peace. Senator Bacon cTi airman of the senate committee on foreign re-
lations made it clear today that the administration had placed the United States in a de-
fensible attitude in the eyes of the other nations. It looks at this time more like the repeal
of the embargo on the shipment of arms into Mexico from this country than at any time
since the Mexican situation reached the acute stage.
Secretary Tumulty stated at the White House tonight that something interesting may
be given out tomorrow. .
EL PJSOANS IT CLOUDCROFT
Many Holiday-Seekers Bgbttered at
the 1 atdge When- Weekly Dance
Drawn Large Attendance.
By Timet Special Vorretpontrnt
Cloudrroft N. M . Aug. It. Prank
R. Simmon and party have Just re-
turned from the Rio Huldoso where
they have been camping aeveral day.
Mr. and Mrs A gtolaroff of EI
Pan. are spending a vacation In
John Hendrlck special agent for
the department of Juctlrjfe after
pending a short vacation in Cloud-
croft ha. reaumed hi dutlea.
W. Albert Cloman haa been ap-
pointed postmaster at Tularnaa. N. M.
Mr. Cloman took the examination In
January. He la an old Cloudcroft
boy having worked for Bailey's
pharmacy several years.
Mr. tlelsler. of El Paso la visiting
his sister. Mlaa Minnie Helsler who
! spending the summer her.
"Bill" Holden la In the city.
Floyd Batea of El Paao. I visiting
at the Long cottage this weak.
Herbert Hunter son of F. E. Hun-
ter of El Paao. la In Cloudcroft.
P. W. SUI1 and family have re-
turned to El Paso after apending the
A good rain fell Saturday and Sun-
day. The ralna have keen very much
needed In this aection and will give
the farmers a good aeaeon. The are
beneficial to Cloudcroft because it
Is cool weather that the visitors look
for when .hey come here to spend
their vacation. There la always a
difference nf many degrees between
El Paao and Cloudcroft. but when
there are ralna her the difference
U much greater.
The Sunday arrlvala at the Lodge
ware: Parker Wllbanka O. R. Arm
atrong. Miss Ouadalupe Ponca. Miss
Kathleen Torres Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Sill. H W J Reed Mlaa Verne Sharp. .
Mrs. C I Sharp. Mlaa U Carpenter
R. J. Carpenter. Mrs C. F. Malladay.
Mlaa Lucille Cowan. P. W. Hart and
wife. P. H Hamilton and wire. Mr.
aad Mrs P Donabee. Mr. and Mrs.
I. Barnee. V. L Hunter. John O
Bureh. Beatrice Pateman. H. W
Reece. J. L Hill C. E. Oonaalea. J.
M. Erak and wife W C. Rann. Mrs.
Lillian Parsons. Mrs Kdwin Jtogers.
Mrs. J. E. Roerland of El Paao; J.
R. Steton. Colorado Springs; Mrs. H
Levy Detroit. Mr. John Ooddard.
Jt.hnette Ooddard Mrs E M Clyde.
High Rolls; L W Huedseson. Ksl
leys. Tel Mlaa Dtflk Pmrkrr. H H
Fairbanks. 8 L WeoHbsevs. Csrrl-
. H. B. Thompson. Birmingham.
Ale James J Hill J A Thomas. W
R. Renshaw. Alamogordo. N M.
W. Baehr. of the auditing depart-
ment of the El Paao A Southwestern
In the general efftce at El Paao. spool
Sunday In Cloudcroft.
K I. 1 1.. iner manager of pur-
specific in the public announcement as to what course then
chaaes and supplies for the El Paao A
Southwestern who make his head-
quarters In El Paao spent Sunday In
H. 8. Fairbanks trainmaster for
the El Paso A Southwestern system
waa In Cloudcroft Sunday.
Jams. J. Hill of Alamogordo spent
Sunday In Cloudcroft.
"Ouas" Smith. of Alamogordo.
spent Sunday In Cloudcroft. "Ouas"
1 a well known newspaper man and
magsslne writer and was formerly
editor of the old Alamogordo New.
"Bill" Goldstein of Alamogordo
v.es a SunJay visitor In Cloudcroft.
W. O. Roe. who haa been visiting
lilr family her. will return to El Paso
J. 8. Denlke of the passenger de-
partment of the El Paao A South-
western. Is visiting his family here.
Will E. Moellch. a carrier attached
to the El Paao postofflce is spend-
ing hi. vacation here.
Mlaa Haiel Shelton. aoclety editor
of the Alainoge. do v- Advertiser
I.- spending a vacation In Cloudrroft.
the guest of Mrs Howard Beacham.
Mlaa Nana Warnork of Alamo-
gordo N. M la the cueet o'f Mrs.
Howard Beecher and J. Ben II in
cock left early Sunday morning for
the Meacaiero Indian reservation to
Join a party.
Mlaa Ruth M. Augur has recovered
from her recent Illness
Ouy r. Watt of Alamogordo. Is
Mlaa Ruth ntchet. of El Paao. haa
returned to Cloudcroft for a ftw days.
Mlaa Conatanre Pateman nf El
Paao. la visiting In Cloudcroft.
Milton C Shedd. of Kl Paao la reg-
istered at the Lodge.
Mlaae. Oertrude and Mary I.elgh- I
ton. of Alamogordo. are visiting in
Mr.. R. W. W a loot I. of
is spending the week-end
Mlaa Virginia gem pie. of
is a Cloudcroft visitor.
Mlaa Minnie Lackland of
arrived In Cloudrroft Saturday
I. J Lock Phil Warren. Howard
tllllam. 8 H Blucksheer. K C.
Klnokmeyer and Robert L. Hnlllday
were week-end visitor to Cloudcroft
from El Paao.
J. F. Colea. of El Paao. la tailing
t.la family her.
The regular danee at the Lodgo
Saturday night waa attended by a
large crowd from El Paao and Alamo-
gordo. The orchestra plad several
new pleeea that were much enjoyed
Among ajtaggg prseent wera: Mr. and
Mrs. S. U Humphreys. Mr and Mrs
R. W. Fort .Mr. and Mrs o n K.d.
Mr. aad Mrs. II W Broaddus. MM
and Mr. F C. Holland Mr and Mrs
John B- Polndexter. Mr. and Mrs.
J F. Coles Mr. and Mrs J A K re
kauer. Mr. and Mrs. M D. Water. Mr.
and Mrs. Baldwin Captain aad Mrs
Charles Fentoa. Mrs Kohlberg. Mrs.
Waloott Mrs. W B Tlltoa Mioses
Meats Castes. I -lilt Coles. Oertrude
Lelghtoa. Mary LelghUm. M. Brews
of all relations between the
Vealet Altken. Mabel O'Connor Coa-
stanoe Patemen. Harriett Bryant. Kd-
na Helborne Ruth Morris. Ruth Cm-
eke Minnie Lackland. Virginia Kem-
pt. . Wllma Elliott. Bildwln. Camlle
Kibbler. Blanch Roe Mathlus. E.
Kohlberg; Messrs. Wllllford. Levy.
Carl Goodman. Holcomb J. Ben Han-
cock. U J. Ixick Milton Shedd. P.
Warren. H: Ulllam. Robert Holllday
O. C Colea. 0. MsConnell U Adams.
Cox S. H. Blackaheer Claiborne Ad-
ams M. L. Morgan. Jamea B. York.
C. Johneon. E. C. Knlckmeyer. Guy
I Watt Scott B Williams
J. A. Krakauer. of El Paao la vis-
iting his family this week at their
summer home on Chipmunk avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunne and Miss
Maggie Cotter have returned to Kl
Paao after a month's vacation In
Cloudcroft. Mr. Dunne la a brother
of Joaeph Dunne of El Paao.
Mrs. Davla and her daughter. Mlas
Maude B Davie .ho have been
apending the aummer In Cloudcroft.
have returned to their home in Ala-
mogordo. Dr. Brunner and family have re-
turned to El Paao. after a month In
J. C. Jones haa returned from El
Paao. where he haa apent several
weeks on account of glekneas.
Howard Beacham has returned
from a business trip to Alamogordo
The following are late arrivals at
the Iodge: C. ft Wren. Houaton;
J. L Denver. Denver. Col.; H. P.
Brown and wife. John E. Polndexter ;
and wife. Cleburne. Tex.; Mrs. C if. 1
Beaty. Iekhart. Tex.; Mlsa J. B.
Walker. Columbus. Mlaa.: F. H
Schwartz Prearntt Aril.; D. s Rob-
Hna and wife. Demlng. N. M : Mr I
and Mrs. v : T. Smith. San An- j
(onlo. Tex.: K W Roberta Dallas.
Tex ; W H. Kerkay. Fori Worth
Tag.: P. H Baldwin and wife. Jnp- i
lln. Mo.; W It Eploon. Oay I. Watt.
I. H. Hughes F. C Rolland and wife.
(asrtrudr laylghton. Mary I .aright on. !
Alamogordo. N M . Carl H Burns. I
Cincinnati O.; from El Paao are rag- !
lalered. I M Hart man and wife. I
Mra. F H Altken Mlaa Vealet C. Alt- t
ken. Mies "Mabel O'Connor. Mlas Con-
stance Pateman Mlaa Harriett Bry-
an. Mlsa Edna Helborne. La J laxke
M C Shedd. Phil Warren. Howard
Olllman. S. H. Blackaheer. E. C. i
Klnckmeyr Mlaa Ruth Crltrhet. ;
James A. Shu tun and wife Robert I. I
Holltdav L Adams. A I Cox. F M
Reall. Mr and Mrs A U Lathrnp.
Mrs It W Wsb ott Mlas Minnie
l.arklsnd Miss Virginia Kemple Mlaa '
Wllma Flllott K W Manley. C
MM Adsms Mr and Mrs J F.
olea C Colae Mra J I' Worth
ington. Mrs J. E flrsvaoa. W. F
Vanlis and wife. M L Morgan P. C
Johnson P Prince. J H Corlett and
Sin Kdwln C Knkkroe-er. O An
ell known Kl
Pas regl estate s
la v tal ting Ms fsnn
home In Cloudcroft
H D Slate of El Paao. spent the
week-end at Cloudcroft.
Philadelphia. Aug. IT. Mrs. Fred-
eric C. Penfteld wife of the new am-
bassador to Austria ia perhaps the
wealthiest among the new tnmlly of
diplomatic wives. Before she left
here with Mr Penfleld for Vienna It-
was announced that she would enter-
tain on-a lavish scale In her embassy
residence. Mrs. Penfleld waa former
SAVE BEEN MM FOK BY MEM-
BERS OF CONGRESS AT
GIVE IIP IDEA OF QUITTING
Wil l OF PRESIDENT WILL PRE-
VAIL AND THE LAWaMAKF.Ita
CONTINUE IN SERVICE.
ALL VACATION HOPES ARE BLASTED
Members Kettle Down to Carry Ont
the Promises Made of Tariff
and Currency Reform.
By The annotated1 Prese
Washington Aug. 17 Congress haa
yielded to the wish of Presldeut Wilson
and sent home for their fall clothing.
The members are becoming reconcllod
to blaated vacation hapea and arc set-
tling down to tariff revision and taking
up currency reform without undu
When the special session la ready to
ailjourn has ceased to be a topic of
With the currency bill still la the
Democratic raucua of the houaa. Bpeak-
er Clark tasued a statement tonight
that the hill will be ready to oand to
the Senate early in September with
solid Democratic support. Indications
that ths senate Democrats Intend to
maka a bill of their own are Incress
Tariff aad erreoer .
Speaker Clark ia his statement as-
serted that H" Democrats In the Bal-
timore convention promised tsrlff and
currency reform. The promlaa to e-
vise tha tariff downward ha said was
practically an accomplished fact while
redemption of the currency promise "is
Repressolaiive Henry ssld that slnw
progress on the currency measure waa
natural in view of existing condi-
tions "The Baltimore platform" Mr Hanry
asserted "dr. lared against the Aldrh'h
mil an asset currency measurs On
$0 roe Aseeclefrd Prrw
Wsahlngtnn Aug IT (Forscoo)
Wsst Tessa. New
Mexico and Artae-
na - Fair Monday
$ Kl rase.
Kt Paso Tex . Aug.
IT. p. s - High-
Isst II hours. .
ture last 14 hours.
M: rainfall last It
hours ee. river
guage a s ae
K e ssa a turn 1
II u' viwtt i.au
(1 ral f ssar lu- I
r. '.'sxf.. fvwra.a
ji'.mi .v must .
ly Mra. Wakeman-Walker and was
considered one of Philadelphia's
richest widows when Mr. Penfleld
married her a few yesrs ago. Her
winter entertainments here and 1 her
yearly mualcale in New York attract-
ed much attention from society. It
Is said Mra. Penfleld'a home abroad
will be the mecca of many society
folks during her residence there.
Friday. Mr. Underwood freely admitted
that this blU undeniably piuvldes for
Practically every Democratlo repre
sentative now freely admits that Un-
derwood correctly Interprets It.
"Most sasuredly such being the esse
the Democratic representatives are bea-
Itant about embracing It as new wttt.
ten. Those of us who are lnaift.ng
that If thla rountry must go perma-
nently U the doctrine of aeoot cur-
rency it should be tal- to the farmer
and allow him to i. u monoy based
on his assets upon the same terms
through which it Is accorded to the
banker and commerclallst. The farmer
and wags earner should not be over-
looked and will not be If they will
wake up and demand Ihalr rlghtt."
Ths raal battle over the makeup of
tha currency bill will begin this week
with 'the consideration of the measure
la the Democratlo house caucua undar
what Is knuwn as the ftve mlnute limit.
Tariff consideration will be enlivened
thla week by discussion of the sugar
schedule the chief bone of contention
In the tariff bill. Democratic leedare
Insist that the free sugar proposal will
carry despite rumra of possible de-
fections from ths party standard. Sen-
ators Ranadeil aad Thornton of Louis-
iana will vote against ths administra-
tion schedule but the leadere do not
faar that any western senators will
support any proposed amendment. Sen-
ator Slmmooa chairman of the ftnauea
committee believes that tha fight on
sugar should not take mote than two or
three days and that rree wool should
be disposed of in aa short a tlms.
The lobby Investigations will oon-
tlnuo la both house and aenata this
t lt Credeatlala.
The presentation of credentials of
Itepraaentatlve Cloy ten appointed by
tlovernor O'Neal of Alabama will be
presented this week Tney will be re-
ferred to the committee on prlvilegee
and elections to determine whether
they are acceptable under tha savea
leeiub oonstllulloual amendment.
Af of gaoo.ooo ii! Thru
Hep. I . d IOJUII. I
fly The sseoci'iltd frees
Omaha. Neb Aug IT. A loss of
I tOd. 000 and three firemen Injured
wss ths result of firs near ths heart
of ths business district tonight which
ihranUned a whole business block'
and brought ait moat of tha local
firs dspsrtinoiit Captain John W-J
Kngle waa the most ssriously hurt of
ths firemen He waa knocked front
a ladder end sustained a fractured
The fire was the result of spon-
tsneoua .mbuetion in the roar of
Hurgess-Orsnden company an slee-
trlcal and go. fixture house betwssn
Fifteenth and Mlxirenth .treat
H LSiT CITY OF ITS HUE
Col. sahlcM Ventk t on EI Paao After
lnsMH-tim front Auto.
Col. H S. Shlslda automobtllat.
globe tro tsr and promoter of out-
door amusements. Is at th. hotsl Paao
del Norte fol Shields who la h.rs
ia lbs laUrrest of the J O. Miller eom
Mned show la much enthused over
Qreeter El Paao which hs slewed
from a motor oar yesterday
"Kl Paso ts surety hs biggest city
of its sloe in tha world." daclnre. Col
Shields Hie last visit Bare was is
Ootouer Itts silk ins Baxauaa and
SLAYER OF STANFORD WHITE
LEAVES mm ASYLUM
Bolts From Grounds as Keeper Opens
Gate for Milkman Enters Waiting
Automobile and is Whirled Out of
By re Associated Press
Mattewnn. N. Y. Aug. IT. Harry
K. Thaw the slayer of Stanford
White escaped from the hospital for
the criminal Insane at 7(41 o'rlot k this
morning. A dart for liberty through
an open gate a daah Into the open
door of a powerful automoblla that
s'ood waiting outside and flight
like a rocket for the Connecticut atnto
line thirty miles away accomplished
Probably Outside State.
Tonight he waa atlll at large and
the hoapltal authorlttee felt certain
ha was outside the state. Onoe be-
yond Its boundaries Thaw la free.
Only long perhupa years of litigation
can bring him back and then only In
oos event that he be adjudged In-
sane In the stats to which he hs. fled.
Had FIto Confederates.
Five confederates manned the car
In which Thaw escaped and a big
black limousine which trailed past
the asylum gate. The police hava
their licenses number and the names
under which they registered at a
local h.Hel Friday night and are seek-
ing them. The hospital authorities
believe Thaw has fled to the shore of
Long Island Sound and boarded a
yacht waiting with staam up to rush
him to Europe.
Howard of (a 00.
A reward of S00 for Thaw'a ap-
prehension Isssi been offered by Dr.
R. F. C. jKelb. superintendent of the
asylum; Howard H. Barnum. the at-
tendant at the gate past whom Thaw
flashed In hla break for freedom la
under arroat and other arrests are ex-
pected to follow In the rigid Investi-
gation begun by Dr. Ketb.
Inmates Ueuing Second Sleep.
The shade were drawn tn the dor-
mitories and the Inmates were getting
their second sleep when Thaw left bis
room this morning. He was fully
dressed. The milkman's cart was
rumbling on the road outside aa he
walked through ths storeroom and
Into the outer court of the grounds.
Barnum. sole attendant at the road
gate was pacing back and forth when
Thaw closed the storeroom door be-
hind him and apparently did not
grasp the significance of Thaw's aarly
Thaw Was a Trusty
Years of resilience at the asylum
and repeated declarations of Thaw
that he would not attempt to obtain
hla freedom except by legal meang
had established a madman's status as
a "trusty." There waa little out of
the ordinary In his appearance even
st so erly an hour In the courtyard
and If Uarnum aaw him hs raised no
Loafed Along Road.
A six cylinder touring car of sixty
horsepower followed by a limousine
loafed along the road as the milkman
drew near the gate. Thaw standing
a few feet away apparently unron-
cerned wralted until Barnum unlock-
ed the gate and swung It wide to
let the milkman enter. At the same
mnmen the two cars drew up on the
further side of the road opposite the
gate and stood still their engine!
throbbing. As Barnum stepped aside
for the milkman to drive inside the
grounds he heard the gravel crunch
beneath Thaw's feet and looking up.
saw the madman flash past him.
traight for one of the waiting car.
With a shout Barnum atnrted In pur-
ault but a flying leap landed Thaw
aafsly within the car The wheela
ware slowly turning before the keeper
had fairly reached the roadway They
were throwing up a cloud of dust he-
fore he had gone twenty feet. Down
the roadway the cars sped In a whirl-
ing cloud of dust that quickly blotted
them from alght. For a moment
Barnum shaded hla eyes with hi.
handa and watched them then with
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the first great blot on his career of
twenty ears of keeper he dashed
madly lck Into ths ground and
locked the gate.
i. 'toman (live. Alarm.
"Thaw'a gone escaped" he shout-
ed bursting Into Dr. Kelb'a presence
and tn a moment the hunt was on.
The great black car flashed like a
thunderbolt through Stormvllle too
miles east of Matteawan. along the
road to the Connecticut line. Early
risers In the little hamlet saw three
men and Thaw crouching low tn
eaoape the sweep of their rush
through the sir. They were going
seventy miles an hour. Thsy were
ten minutes out of Matieswsn.
stormviiie marvelled at their speed
and watch them melt away In the dust
of the state road.
Limousine I-crt Behind.
The limousine had been I aft behind.
At the apeed st which the black enr
travelled through Stormvllle he
should have reached the stats Una
within hair an hour.
Barnum's breathless declaration at
the asylum brought Dr. Kelb to hlg
feet like a pistol ahot. Within a mo-
ment he waa atandlng at the tele-
phone and aa Barnum poured the
atory Into his ear repeated It over the
wire to pollre headquarters.
Matteawan became the center of a
widening ripple of telephone an. I
telegraph alarms as Dr. Kelb attemp-
Pursuit Waa HopcJeeo.
He might as well have tried to
chase a twelve inch shell The ten
minute start the powered car tn
which Thaw made hla start the nasr-
ness of the Connecticut atate line to-
ward which Thaw waa speeding aad
the Inferior power of the pursuing
oars militated against him and mads
the chase hopeless. Five minutes
ride away he mat William Flannlgan
Sixty Ml.-. an Hour.
"I saw him." Flannlgan shouted.
"He waa near Flahklll village
and going alxty mllea an hour. I aavr
him coming and just had time to
'crowd my horses over to one side of
the road he would have hit me sure.
Juat let him keep going he will
break hie neck aura."
Flannlgan said he recogniied Thaw
In the back seat.
Gavo t'p Chase.
Dr. Kslb recognising the futility of
the chase returned to Matteawan.
The county authorities telephoned
to points In the eastern part of ths
county. None of the towns near ths
state line however was able to glvs
uny Information about the two cara.
The last definite news was fro;u
TWO It. .tile 0M'n.
After Thaw left Stormvllle he hid
two routes open to the Connecticut
atate line one by way of Luddlngton
Carmrl and Brewster to Mill ria.ni
five miles beyond Brewster. Th.
other way was by way of Pawling
to the state line. The latter way
the best road for an automobile. Tha
road by Brewster would have taken
him over a rough country part of the
way nnd would have been more llsbls
to have caused his halt by telephone.
Just before llrcwater la rrached. tow.
ever there la a back road leading ts
the Connecticut atate line and which
would have taken him away from all
observation until the Connecticut line
was reached. Which road he took na
Left fJatr Open.
According tn the account given he
It Kelb when Uarnum opened the
gate to allow the milkman to enter
he let It remain open and so far .
Kelb could judge had quietly stood
by and allowed the prisoner to waist
out. It wss Impossible to obtain an
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