El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, April 27, 1914 Page: 2 of 12
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PEACE PIAHS AMI WAR TALK
(Continued from pac 1)
W feel tail I derlarlns
im ihesastf every other
tan or xeaptng omw
Secretary of . tiste Bryan said that reports
from the ataxlran border itirourhout th
ac Were encouraging. M MM tMH tit
O Mrrl lory MM by the eoasutultonsllsis
Hurt we no mil surtían demonura
MU gti.il northern Mexico appeared
A rizosa Refuse Gane
The war' department refuted to rive iov-
ertwr Hunt of Aflaona tuna with wsttfi to
arm the bordar ritiieni tgelnat a potslMe
Invasion and telegrsphed Iba governor mat
Iba brirade of infantry gas ta Artaona to-
day froat the ratine coast would tumet
for bordar gugrdt.
While the batinnlnr or pear parley! did
not affect the activities of the war and
nary aaaarMonu In planint for any erenin-
aUUei which might result yet It ota intro-
ducá a hopeful reeling Into the eitustlon.
Administration ornnala themtetret reared
N aorta would not Utter to any peace pro
poeali at preient. but there wee an unentm
tty of fealin among ihem that the peereH
negotiatlona would he literal llfe-taeer
ror Amerteani dexperttrly trying to react
potnt or arel)-.
laeepUea or Heiraieat
The Joint action or the governments or
Brar.ll Argentina end Chile. It waa learned
today bad lu inception upon the occupa
Hon of Vara Crui. which of the nailoni
inlmied the pro. eedlnri waa not dlir kited
I he paramount ract it li pointed out la
that tbajr action wat entirely voluntary
ftpaniih Ambaeaodor ruano annonneed
loniant hat ha had received privitr ad
vieae rrom Healco city ttttinr thai naneral
Huerta bad accepted the nrrer or Araentina.
nrsiii inn to nee their food orricee
to brtnr about an amicable Hlllemant of
the difficulty between the t'nlled mites and
aeria'a Aeeeplssce Today
Thu Information although unofficial wai
.reptad ai authentir by the etnbtiaadot
who etpactt to be prepared to place lien
eral Huena formal acceptance before the
repreaemallre or the three .-...un Americas
count rial tomorrow.
The Interrtii of the Huerta government
m. tpe untied Matee were taken over hv
the Spanish emhasty when Iterare Aliara
aaaaa ror mi paatporls and left Waahlntgon
for canadi Ambaaaadur Ulano received
the offer or (nod offieet from the three
peace enroja Isat main after the offer had
nata aceptad on the part of the United
Riatea by President Wilton. It waa cablet
to the Spanlah minister ti Meilro City and
- ay nam presented to president Huerta.
When the formal acceptance from Meneo
i.uy it in nena tu south American dlolo
mats will be ready to proceed with their
plan. It has bean generally understood
here that the peace envoys einect to deal
directly with the tllustion . rested by the
is-rnlfnenl by the t'nlled Italas ggetatt
the Tampico Incident and nlber orfenses
aalnst Ira honor and dlinlty honing 10
nrtny annut a pearerul ivtuemenl.
(imnals hare appeared tn be much mil
fled al the prosuerta of havlha the ore.
posáis or toe louth American representa
tire llataaad to by President Huerta
Until ibelr plans are known no officials
eiu nave any comments lo make
calta end threat of execution narre
Wo Otmtxr DtttkuTaaatrwa.
Wlreleea rort to Hear Admiral
Badger stated that no dieturbeooe ha
occurred In tha district tewns The
AmerV-an-Mawaluui liner Dakota
departed from Puerto Mexico today
with American refugees
The eteamer Mexico pronaaiy win
tall tonight ror Oalveeton. She will
carry refugees of all nation includ
ing iiu.au rrom tn irsaoiaa. aaaa
rrulaer Denver at Manaaniiln. on tna
at coaat reporta that ane naa a
number of American rente on
Runriav waa a aulet day aboard tna
Imposing neat aaaarnbled outside the
Admírala Bad are r and F1tohr ar
concerned over the refuge situation
If tha Influx of rafuaT who are un-
willing to proceed to tha Unttad States
continua th aooommodatlona hare
will eoon be over-taxed and thla may
hamper military operation. All
refugees thereror. ara being urged
to take the flret onoprtunlty to aall
ARE AT WORK
HI I II t I THAT A SOLUTION OF
THE MKXIOAM 1-KOIU.KM Id AT
BAItD. ' -""
HUERTA ABOUT TO CHANGE
BKLII V I mu PKRJxUWeHON TO RK-
rvwa w Dvm to a..c. ac
l.OMMISSIONERS AIE RETICENT
r WlMsthcr or Not Qesse
Haa Been Notified of Their
VILLA LEAVES THIS MORNING
(Contlnuttd.From raía 1.)
Hon m. i. million of the A. B. C. slllence
i. keertllr endorsed br all rooalllatlon
allet officials tod that they like Oeaeral
Villa looked for aa early end peaceful
settlement of the unfit.
Maay Calleee Teeteraay.
riurlnf the day General villa received
over as callers la bis offl.es. Among them
tuaiir cotton barer aaaittna to handle the
or 00 csr of rottoo whlcn tat ronsutu
UoDsllata will eeoa pnt ea Ike market.
Weald Olee BSMere Cbaaee aa rkfM.
Oenrral Villa suggested that the editors
of the two or throe Kpsnlsa papers pun
llshed In Fl I'aso should he aaked by tbt
American autborttlea to moderate their
utterances. "I hare been reading them
aid Ueneral Villi and ftad Ibey are
oalculatad to arous a -pint of rere hatred
ntinietbttif which should not he tolerated
Jaial at this time. If those editors don t
like the United Slgtse they akould move
over to this side or the river and if they
ere as latent opon righting aa ibelr edl
torlali would Indicate 1 will be glad t
rurulsh thorn with rifles sod transports
tlon lo Haltlllo where they will be glvea
upportunlty to tight the real enemies or
rutel Tetera Pteereae.
The embargo oa traffic after t o'clock at
ntgbt mt til contlauea aad will continue
until tear eterna to b aa war danger
of ranting Hot! wblrh mlfht lead to In
ternational trouble. Beginning tunlgbt Met
leen guarde at the lnternatlonl hrldgea
began tearcblng ail persona ee-nlug lato
Meilro for areas the object of this betag
to prevent platel lotera from making any
trouble. Tonight a number or pletole were
taken away rrom toarleta and elbere
coming over on the atreet cam
Ueneral Manager Kuaeblo altado or the
couatltutlonaliat railway will not rotura
with ueneral Villa la the morning but will
continue at the border for ootae time bur
log coal and other eoppllea far uee au tbe
TH1 IU4TOX WINS mil All
Hare i ..urate.
If there Is one thing mor than
anotner that will cause dlaoo
mant it la indigestion but1 you should
bear In mind that hundreds rises been
cured permanently curad esfd at a
vary small axpcnie. Mr. K. n'oreter.
lama Ohio writ: 'X waaAroubled
tar a year or mora w(V inAlgeatl.in
Chamberlain' Tablet aXfrded the
first real relief I obtalnaV and by
taking two bottles of them my whole
yetem waa put Into a healthy condi-
tion." Por sal by all deaaUrs.
MARTIAL LAW AT VERA CRUZ
(CoptlnufJd From Pv QtA)
AmrioQ forod tn the city or the
Oiwii Mmm Vonxm
Major Hmfillry Butler sttll le In
command of the line between the city
and General Mem' forcee which are
nut large ao fur ea armed men are
conaldered but to whleh haa been
added recently a 'considerable force
reed fur ae.vlcc aa eoon aa It can be
battalion of marine under Cap
tain O. M Uullck of the Arkanaaa la
cuardlna; the water works at Telara
There men have a field radio outfit
but have reported no apea ranee of
the enemy lauetenant Bellinger made
a eooutihaf trip In a hydro -aeroplane
over tha Natlfua and Ban Pranciero
hrldgea on the line of tha latar-
Oceanlc railroad the narrow catite
road out of Vera Crui to tha capital.
t'p to the praaent Conaul Canada
aarertalna no American In tila eon-
aular district naa bean even Injured
since the beginning af the operations
although many are. held by the Meal-
I Igl.tli (radar Wine Right to Itepro
wat ncuaooia or 'mi t tl.
Charlea Thurston an eighth arado
student of the Lamar school won tha
annual grammar echuol declamatory
ontect at th high school Saturday
uigni ana wnn it me rum to repre-
sent tho local grammar auhoola In the
all-stato Intel-scholastic tn Austin
next wook. Thuraton'a declamation
wa "Henry O' man's Invective
Against Corey" a danlamation mad
In tha British parliament many years
ago Y.mng Thuraton's delivery waa
maaterful and his voice excellent.
Competent Judges pronounce him one
or tne bast student speakers n the
south and predict a wonderful future
for him. In winning th contest he
also won the Hllberberg modal.
Catara! Greet a Good Herond.
Cabell Qreat. son of Fótica Captain
William Da Witt Qreat was awarded
eecond placa In th contest. Although
much .lunger than Thurston and an
underclassman little Greet made an
excellent declamation and many were
of tha" opinion that he had a oloa
second to Thurston. He gave "Cati-
I'.. lowing ths grammar aehool con-
test the annual oratorical contest of
high school etudente waa held. A
discourse on "The Mexican Situation'
by Halph O'Neill won the decision of
tne Judges who were Adolph Hoff-
man. S. P. Write ger and U. t Jones.
turning Railway Bridges.
By Ike associated rvett
Washington. r. C. April It. Naval
aviators flying over Vera Crus today
saw railroad bridges at Bona del Klo.
south of the port burning and re
portad trestles at Rio Moreno amblase.
These places sre not on tha Una to
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Levy Grocery Co.
Special Saturday and Monday
I casta a sata ra gas
j (jeast rtajrlltn Ta tats Ins
a tTaasst axstxaaxt Btsaxas
1 casa Crgti -dSA
Isn Itexeaerrt-s Paxes rrwU asa
. . .tm
TfUBB WITH I) AND BATE MO-ILY
rmf at AND & BM AND as K. OVKKUAND trrMk.k.T
r pretal rra-e fe Ike rtsitt
Washington. Auril It. Although
tno raureaantatlvaa of Brasil. Argén
tina and Chile who are trying to tros
out tne Klnka In the Mexican situs
tlon will not aay Just how far they
hare gone toward bringing the United
State and (ha various elements In
Mexico together. It la known that
they aro able to report progress.
All night Mesera De (lama. Kaon
and Suarea were bogy getting In touch
with the representative of their gov-
ernments in Mexico City and the
presidenta of their countries Today
they were together from early In th
morning until far into the night nor
ing over map charts ana going into
every phase of the Mexican trouble
i.nte thl afternoon they drov out
for an alrltig In a largs automobile.
out continued tneir conference.
Nothing to Bay al rrrwr-nt.
"We will have nothing to aay until
aome conclusion Is reached" said
Minister Buare of Chile "w ar at
work earnestly and hop for th beet
of results. We hav agreed to make
no statement at thl time."
That Is also the attitude of Messrs.
Lie Uama and Naon.
It Is understood the plenipotenti
aries think that their peace plana ar
progressing favoraoiy. The improve
mnnt In the general altlintlon in Mex
ico City the representative of th
A. B.C. governments believe la
fleeted In the friendlier attitude of
Huerta aa Indicated In news to the
ffct that American will be sent to
Vera Crug from Interior town.
l-rogreaalng Very Favors Mr
Ambassador Da dama and Minis-
ter Naon and Buare are ao confi
dent that their plan to mediate th
differences between the United States
and Mexico will b aucceesful that
thy authorised th atatemant that th
negotiation ar advancing "very fa
In Touch With Rucrta.
"Wo ar communicating directly
with Mexico City." eeld Counselor
Agacln of the Chilian legation today
"and have sent and received three
messages from there. The negotia-
tions ars being conducted directly
with the agencies of the respeotlve
governments at Mexico City."
Counaelor Agaclo waa aaked if the
mediator had heard directly through
tneir representatives in Mexico City
from Huerta Ha would not gnawer
aa to that but it Is thought the
plenipotentiaries know what General
Huerta thinks of their efforts to bring
aoout peace between hi defacto gov-
ernment and other factions in Mexico.
I cannot go Into detalla." aald
Counaelor Agaoio. "It would be Im-
proper to do ao."
But" declared the diplomat. "It Is
entirely proper to say that tha
plenipotentiaries are greatly encour-
aged over the situation and tha course
the rtegutiatlons have taken. Bvery-
thlttg Is very favorable thus far. Per
sonally I believe tltst the tender or
the good offices or the representatives
or the three South Ameritan govern
ment win prove the solution of ths
dirriculty with Hexlco.
The Argentine. Bragillan and Chilian
governments are intensely Interested
In the troubles tn Mexico. There la
no doubt that thy will do all within
thoir power to bring about peace be-
tween the United Statea and Mexico.
The attitude of the prealdnt in mak-
ing it plain that this country does not
want to Interfere In Mexico If It can
be avoided haa Impressed all of the
representatives of South American
The friendly spirit shown by Mr.
Wilson In dealing with the plenl
potentiation who offered their good
offices and the placing In the hands
of the representative Brasil the in
te reata of the United suite in Mexloo
haa causd muoh favorable comment
among diplomats In Washington. Tha
president they feel haa gone just aa
far aa ha could while preserving the
dignity of the United Statea to help
nttle th row la Mexico.
Prwedore Not Divulged.
The methods of procedure adopted
and put Into Immediate execution try
the mediators nave not been mad
public and will not be divulged until
the conclusion of th exchanges be-
tween the parties couoerned. When
aaked If he eould explain why the
Brasil lan embassy and Argentino and
Chilean legations had been ao auc-
ul In getting In cable communi
cation with Mexico when this gov
ernment and other agencies had fulled
to do ao today Councellor Agaclo de
clared that he would not discuss that
matter but added: "We can make
ourselves extremely ueeful some
'Tha mediation proposals.'' de-
clared Counsellor Agaclo "war not
given serious consideration until yes-
terday. The proposal to th Wash
Ington government were made 1st the
afternoon and the acceptance by th
rimed stales was not received until
T o'clock. Since then we have not
restes. The representatives or Argen
tina Brasil and Chile have been busy
ntgni ana atvy.'
Details 111 Use Dark
Counsellor Agaclo waa aaked If
General Huerta and General Carrañas
had been communicated with directly
"This la a detail that cannot be dla-
ousxeed at this Uta waa tha a
There will be a full explanation of
these matters when the negotiation
are coneiuaes. seta counsellor
cto. "but nothing will be made public
oerore men. -
May tlstjtjH a Weak.
The negotiations carried on by
Messrs Da Uama. Naon aad Ruares
will be continued throughout tonight
ana tomorrow. 11 is thought now that
It will require at least a week to ob
tain a definite understanding as to
lav actual resulta that will be aatiarad
la diplomatic circles It is generally
oeitevoa inai tna meaiatore win sue
raced a as some sort of a government
that can bo rreraxaiaed by th United
states Argentine Brasil and Chile
will be organised out of tbe various
element In Mexico.
NO oa conversant salta tne enua-
tloa thinks Huerta wall be permitted
to rule longer In Mexico
The mediators mas- bring about a
condition that will permit the elect las
art a prealdent. They understand that
what President Wilson dearlres most
of all is s permanent eettleteent of th
troubles and peace In Haxloo.
Central Amera apprcrversaivr
Tha suarettion that If th Unttad
States goes to war with Mexico there
will be no end to agg I ess Ion until the
Star and Stripes float over every foot
ground between Canada and tne
ma anal ñas caused empreñen -
stnong representatives of tne
colintrleN eolith of Mexico
tor Borah a leading member 01
the foreign relations committee. In
two recent apeecne ha declared It
to be hla opinion that If war come
between this country end Mexico it
will continue until the Panama canal
President Wilson hse given the
country to understand that he does
not want thl nation to start on a war
of aggrandise msnt. Hla tatemen ta to
thla effect concluded with hla selec-
tion of the B resillen government to
look after the lntrreat of the United
tas In Mexico while the embassy it
closed end his readiness to accept the
offer of the good office of Argentine
end Chile as mediators dispelled fear
from the minds of most envoys from
foreign governments tn Washington.
The attitude of representatives from
tha 'South Amaricen governments
toward President Wilson Is friendly
and trustful at present.
WAS ROBBED AND
TrSODORO BAX.DIVAR victim OK
lirilGliAHH AND MUKDERKIW
Two Men Arrested Under busptcton of
Having Committed tne inmr msi
.livor Rushed to Hospital.
Teodoro Baldlvar. a Mexican mer
chant who haa a small ulacc of busl
neas at South Santa Pe and West
Ninth (treat was shot through the
abdomen and mortally wounded last
night at 10 o'clock by burglars who
ware ransacking hla atora when h
unintentionally surprised them a
their work. Baldlvar was not aware
the ulace waa being robbed when ne
entered hla home which I In th
rear and connected with the (tore
but walked Into the store only to b
shot several times In the abdomen
Pound tha Place Ijooted.
Baldlvar had been away from his
home and store several hours. When
he returned he entered hla home from
Ninth etreet and found that all of tho
drawers and closets In the place had
been robbed of everything he pos
scsaed. He noticed the door leading
Into the store open and thinking thst
the store too had been robbod walked
In to see what was missing from there
Two Mexicans were busily engaged
in rifling the money till and parking
canned goods and other edibles In
Four Shots Took Kffect.
One of them drew a revolver from
hi pocket and opened up on Baldl
var. Four shots look effect.
When Saldlvar fell to the floor the
burglars ran from the place and dis
appeared In the darkness. Several
Mexicans who were passing by and
who wore In the vicinity heard tho
shooting and ran to the place to see
what was going on. None of .them
saw. so they said where the robbers
and aggssnlns went.
The police was called from the Sev
enth street station and a few moments
later a squad under command of
Night Captain Lon D. Garner ruahed
to the place In an auto patrol.
two Arre ta Made.
Ther Instituted a search of tho
neighborhood and round a sack of
foodstuffs on th front steps of 1
house occupied by Martin Acosta. Sr
and hla son Martin Jr. Both the
enlor and the Junior Actosa wore
placed under detention.
Baldlvar waa aent to Providence
hoepltal. He Is reported to be fatally
The foodstuff found at the Acosta
home was Identified as stolen prop
erty rrom the aaioivar atore.
Berth Awake and Dene nil.
Captain Garner aald laat night that
when the searching party of patrol-
men entered the Acoata home both
father and eon were awake and
dren. d They showed signs of feer
he said and refused to give an
count of where they had been or what
tney had been doing. They did not
know they told Captain Garner
where the sack full of groceries found
at their home had come from.
They will be transferred to -the
county tall this morning on more
nous xmargea than tne ones they arc
now netng neja on now tnat or bo
ing suspicious character.
HKAD OF PUIJaAD KDPHIA
HKliilMi AND MANY OTHrlt
By tae Atiéstelas Press
Philadelphia April 2. -George F
Baer prealdent of the Philadelphia A
Reading railway and active In the
organisation and management of
many coal. Iron and transportation
companies rued at nig home here to
us mat tinmen on th street a "yet
terdey while walking to hla office aad
never recovered consciousness. Al
though approaching 72 Mr. Bear had
been unusually active and hla
alstsnts consldertd him In the best of
George r. Baer became prominent In th
reorganisation of tbe Philadelphia a heed
ing railroad in let) gad wat elected sresl
dent of that rontpsny and ths coal eempgay
and also of lb Mew Jersey Central railroad
in I tel.
He wet born near '.tvtnmrtiie. Somersel
county rennayivsnis. September 14 itu.
H arts or oernitn turealry Hit greater
eoucauon rente in nts experience st print
era devil editor amateur surveyor and In
an aruve military career beginning tl cap
lain or t volunteer company in tbe civil
war and terminating with bit discharge gs
eujuieas general ot ins seeoaa brigade
army 01 lire roiomsr.
Martial laser raw t later
at la Atétetele prat
london April It. Confirmation haa
been received that the authorities ay
preparing to move troop Into Ulster
ami 11 is rumorea mat martial law
Tail ."111. JW VtJL J.. J sM It I bbV Lm iH
aii'Bif.sia s " mm asaBi i ibbib isbbbb mm t a
El Paso's One-price
Dry Goods Store
"They copied all they could follow
But they couldn't copy my mind
So I left ihem aplundering and blundering
A year and a half behind."
The above quotation from Kipling apropos of the atore that still thinks last
year's method and last year's "ads" are good enough for El Paso's buyers-
need tq be reminded 'that "the world do move"- and that the "One Price To
All" Store is setting a pace proving that nothing from last year be it mrcha-'
dise or "ads" is quite good enough for the people of Today I
Our Clearance Sale of
Suits and Coats
j '.-:" t ti;..- '
f;Z - va .-.
(in the season in which they were bought) point the way to modern method.
A VUf UJLfCiylUI sis' UU-fJl I iy O
are offered at prices hitherto unknown in El Paso. All models of the newest de-
sign in light medium or dark shades
Group No. 1
Suit! that regularly gold up to 15.00 offered in the Clearance Sale
Group No. 2
Suite that regularly sold up to 18.50 offered in the Clearance Sale
. rw.t w.'ty
' '4. all
Group Ho. 3-
Suits that regularly gold up to 22.50 offered in the Clearance Sale
If V il . ; .s -V. lit ..
Group No. 4
t v'rO 9'
Suits that regularly sold up to 25.00 offered in the Clearance Sale
r! Us:?fá$fA1''j' kflTfW v'..
Fifteen Other Groupings Are Priced as
Suits Have Never Been Priced
in El Paso Before
One or two of a kind but different' as to color or trimming embracing styles that were
formerly marked to sell at from 29.75 upward to 75.00.
t Are Offered at Half and Less Than Half !
35.00 Suits at 15.00 55.00 Suit at 26.95
45.00 Suits at 22.95 75.00 Suits at 30.7s
and so on throughout the entire stocksbut owing .to the extremely low prices we must
decline to send any of these suits out on approval none exchanged laid away or taken
End-of -Spring -Season
Clearance of Silks
1 m . v
;.'. ;.-v ?
50c to 66c 31 and Satin Foulards yard
78c New Printed Taffeta Silks yard .........
Cheney Bros. 85c and and L00
tl Dtjssgnf and Cnlsrisafi yard'; . . .
00 Two Tone Chiffon 1 Hala SrtV yard
1.00 BUck Tsif eU SUk rich lutre ya.d
dozens of other values equally attractive.
"Onyx" 50c Boot Silk Hose
Black and Colors
"Onyx" $1.00 Pure Silk Hose
Black and Colors . ; .
4 Onyx" fU5 Pure Silk Hose
in Black or White . . .
. I 1 f V IB.I.UU ...CIV.
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