El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, June 1, 1914 Page: 1 of 12
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Don't Fail to See the Great Photo Drama '"Creation" at the EI Paso Theater This Afternoon
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Prints and nieartbntwl
April Awnff 0 Daysf Bill
April Avrrmc lor Jwitdhtya
Ban day 37.0M
EL PASO TEXAS MONDAY JUNE I. 1914.
PRICE 5 CENTS
HAVE RF.EN ot 'T SINCE SI- rTF.MR B. IIJ
AND IFTER RIGHT MONTHS THEM: IS
NO PROSPKI T OF SETTLE MKNT.
6b PERSONS WERE KILLED
the cost of the fh.ht months' in-
dustrial CONTEST IS ESTIMATED AT
FROM IIMtMN TO II3.MO.0M. -
TWO THOUSAND HEN INVOLVED
Mine Operators Almil Their Losses Will
He Hcai There Are lit Mine Opera!
Inq Nan Against US la September.
Bp Aeeocteted frrtt
Denver Colo. May St. Definite prospects
for a settlement of I he strike In the colo
ralo roil fields where the miners hive
been mt since September 1013 are p
parently no nearer reallMtion than they
ere week.i aao. according to statements
by both union officials and mine opcrawpseases are pending: against fifty six defend
trille and a wore or more are docketed in
district court where the strike Ml cen-
tered. All of the International and district
officials organ tier i and a km llsior mem-
bers of the union are chanted in one of
the federal tolls of conspiracy to inter
ferer arith and obstruct interstate com
maree fn another suit the same defend
ants are charred with belnt members of
an Illegal combination In violation of the
Sherman anil trust law. The third rase
In which thlrly-stx defendants are named
charges rerlen union officials and mem
bers wlih the destruction of a postofTlce
Maa.v criminal Charges.
tn the district court of I as Anima?
county forty defendants all union mem
bers are named In criminal charge grow
Ing out of strike disorders. Walter Belk.
In rharire of ihe mine guards employed by
the operators at the beginning of the
strike la under Indictment for Ihe killing
of Oerald I.tpptatt. a union oraanlter. who
wai killed berore the atrtke was called.
I.oula Zancrbelll. a union member. If
held for ihe murder of dedrga Belcher.
In Huerfano county criminal charges are
pending against forty defendants on charges
ranging from murder to assault inciuneei
in the suits Is the casa of sin men ciiarged
wlt.i the murder or rour mine guards near
La Vata. Colo. last November.
Many True Rills Returned.
one hundred and five defendants are
named In true bills returned recently by
the Fremont fraud Jury.
In Boulder county district court nine
Slxty-sli persons are known to have
been killed tn the numerous battles and
disorders and the known wounded list totals
forty-elghl. Classified the death list as a
result of the strike since last September
shows tg strikers to mine guards to mine
employes 2 militiamen 3 non-combatants
i women and 13 children. Two classed .as
mine employes were also members of the
Colorado National Onard but wen- not In
unirorm when killed. Twenty had been
killed prior to April SO the dale on which
the battle of Ludlow occurred.
Cast Tea to Thirteen Millions.
The cost of the eight mount- industrial
conflict Is variously estimated at from
ten. to thirteen millions. The figures In
elude the sum of T00Q00 Incurred by the
lato in maintaining state troops in th
field. The arrival or the federal f Orce J
an estímale or I. '.':. .ooo cost to the union
and a sweeping statement by the operator!
That i heir loss will "total several millions.'
Two Thousand Mea Strike.
At Ihe headquarters or the operators Hit
statement was given out:
"II has been Impossible to obtain a cor
reel census of the men on strike but l
ralr approximation places the amount at
t.ooo at this time. A number -or men
counted aa strikers never worked In the
Colorado mine. Many or who struck last
September went to other states where there
was no strike. Estimates by ran mail
tickets sold to miners and famines indicate
that this number was between 1.500 and
f.ooo. The number of mines In operation
now is ill aa compared with 14a laal
Original Demands of
The original demanda of the united Mina
Workers or America may be summarized as
First-Recognition of the union.
Second A 10 per cent advance in wages
Third An eight hour day.
Fourth Pay Tor "narrow and dead work."
Firih Check welghman. ".'
Sixth The right to trade wbererer they
set cnth --Enforcement of the state mln
Ing laws and abolishment of Ihe "guard
No Change la Drroanas.
There has been no change In the nature
of the demandi since tin- strike was
i ailed." said John H. Law son. union leader.
"I do not know of any prospects or a aet-
tlemeot. The miners will never go back
io work without recognition or the union
If they follow my advice.
"The right to organize an eight hour
day; check welghman and the right to
select trading and boarding placea are state
laws but they are not enforced."
Holding that the chief demanda or the
i niie.i Mine Workera with the exception
or union recognition aro guaranteed by
statute the operators maintain their origi-
nal poaitlou namely: "Refusal to treat
with representatives of the United Mine
Workers or recognise the union." They
reiterate a wilUngtess to meet actual em-
ployes for the adjustment or grievances.
Suits In I'- S. Court.
Three suits ate pending in the United
Stales district court at Pueblo an civil
and criminal charges growing out or the
iris on charges of murder and conspiracy
to murder and another rase charges rorty
defendants with picketing and assault.
The orricers or the Colorado National
Guard and twelve- non-commissioned offi-
cers and men In the rield on April 0 are
defendants in a general court martial on
charges growing out or the battle at Lud-
low.' ' No rindlngs have been announced.
In the last eight there have been rour
orrtrlal and Individual Investigations Into
Ilia atrlke. Including an investigation by a
sub committee or the house or representa-
tives which lasted nearly a month.
IN DURANOO CITY
ilEPARHRE Or 81PHEME CHIEF FOR
ALTILLO TO ESTABLISH CAPITAL
THERE HOIRLV EXPECTED.
No announcement aa to Personnel ar ton
siiii.lioin-i Geveramral Match la (won
ui Be formally Created.
By Staff correspondent.
Durengo. Ir. May SI. General Venuv
uana Carranza has not yet begun bis Jour-
ney to Kaftllle Coah.. to establish the. tem-
porary raptlal of the constitutional!! na-
tion! goveroJgtaat. although bis departure
from Durango la hourly egpected. since
IM announcement of the plans or ihe eoa-siliiiuonali-Ts
to organize a rompíale pro-
visional government al Saltillo llenera!
Carranza and the ..metals bffe aava ir -n
making every preparation ror a hurried
transier of the headquarters from ihla placa
to Saltillo II is possible thai '.corral Cni-
raota will leave this rlty ioday tor Sal-
tillo. A flop of al ma-' a day or two
will be made at Torr.-jO where Carranza
will confer with Oraeral Francisco Villa
and General Felipe Angele. The.conierenc-
will be la retrxd to Ihe appolnlzn ni or
cecum tnciiaVre of ne cabin!.
General corran a haa made no announce
metti cosvernin hit cabinet and wane t
expect'.! ualll ne reaches Saltillo It ft
aw rally believed however thai final an
ur.unreiuriil III cioeeiy runo ior aps-su..
ion lineup Mnt out in these
MUthrtera Heather Pereces!
U Ihr tmU4 I'"'
Washington. May !
new Mttiro -Local
I. -Weal fxa and
artsoiis farily cloudy and probably lo. l
ihiyjf" abowara Monway aud Tuesday.
A. B. C. ENVOYS
MAY GO AHEAD
ARE SHOWING DISPOSITION TO LIMIT
MEDIATION BETWEEN' I'NITKD STATES
AND GENERAL Hl'ERTA.
IT IS NOT RELIEVED HOM'EVKR Tl
ASHINUTON GOTCRNMENT M
STAND POR MUI ACTION.
THEY WILL CONFER THIS MORNING
American Delegates Prepared to argue
Further M lib Mediators Regarding the
Delégale From Carranza.
THEY Mil TEARING IP THE RAILROADS
TO THE sin ni ni i iviNG CONaTTiTV
VILLA WILL 00 OVERLAND
THE COINTRV IS WELL WATERED AND
WILL PROVIDE PLENTY OF FOOD FOR
MEN ND BEASTS.
LITTLE FIGHTING IS LOOKED FOR
llla Dentils If There Mill Be Another Shot
Fired Till Mexico I II) Is Reached Caal
Problem Will Br Soon Solved.
By the Attvrlated frees
Niagara lalls tint.. May 31. The South
American envoys I! became known tonlgm.
have virtually rrsglyaaj to go ahead wltl
their plans foia-ev-tsvo-parly agreement be
tween Iho Cnlled stales and Ihe Huerta
govei-nmenl and for the lime being ignore
ihe mfeMlon or confutitiionaiin repre
tallón. The only thing that might disturb
such a rourse would he a direct Intimation
from Ihe United Stlaes that It will with
hold approval of .the plans outlined for a
new provisional government unless aisposi
lion Is promptly made or t in; sunjeet u
constitutional paritripailon. The Mexican
delegates have had no ronveraatloD with
iho mediators on tins point.
Mailing for First Mete.
Each side here Is waiting on the olher
to make Ihe Irs! Inoie. I lie Huerta Ueie-
gates expect to receive tomorrcfw General
Huella s approval or ine easeniiais oi wm
peace plan logellier wtih-hu opinion ou
some or the names siiggeswsi--ur um u-rw
governmeni. The American delegates re-
ceived much information along Mils line
todav from Washington but no Intimation
aa to how far they showed the tntituallon
of constituí lonellsl representation.
Conferí lice This Morning
i n. re is to be a ronrerence at 11 o'rlock
tomorrow at whim ine aiuum"-oi uuni
the mediators and Ihe Amerit an delegates
toward eonslliniionallsi participaion may
be more clearly dellned. Should Hie Amer-
ican delegates consent to go ahead with
their earlier work on the peace plan Hie
mediators will continue their efforts
toward an agreement tveniuaiiy u is
their purpoae to answer Oeneral carran
latest communication but a cliange in
their altitude toward Hie eonatliultonallais
may result from an insistence on uie pari
.r ine American delegates inal no agree
1 1 .tn i ran be signed uuill ine inirn iwim
Ihe controversy Is given an opponuuoy
to express tbelr views.
S..II M'aahlnaton InslrncUiin-
The American delegates are tlrtr. In Ihelr
i.... iht son u av should pi; iou;m
by which lha conatliuilonalUts rould be
represented itere. inoj r: vTVm.
- ine .... mi furiuer with the mediators
but are awallln deftulie inalructlons rrom
TI American tewimini si wai
arranza inlgnt b Invited again to treat
on internjliotial queallonr and the internal
ual'.a rould be aiiproacneu ai n
.. is. u.iecta delegates already
TL. ..... ...in a "ml. i nal oueslloni it Is not
believed tney would offer any objection to
considering lb sama isaur w.. .-k.-aentallves
of General carranza ptaaent
ik. uneria envwa-a see In the plan
r cousilpTti'Hial reprelwitalton a pro
longation of the ran. vs If an triiiisucc
Is not required oi in. cmisn.u.
...... eme- Ihe military situation
mtahl become incrraauifly rav ror the
Huirla governmeni wnéU the negoltaitons
wera In pniaTroat- The Huerta dcleggtes
ir rtpresaed no pumlon on tbe tub
Jerl. bul it isappareni inai
slat on an anuía."
treatrnt wtih tbe onsiiiuuorialta.
MOfmMAV BAO V bl KM l
..iuic lank at tbe (Jtalmers garage
on san Antonio alrel explod. d yeaterday
afternoon wttb lerrrTir foraa. Leo Navt-
rciie who was woraing mirar
ii an a door or tbe garage and wat bad-
ly burned about Ihe lara and hand. Ha
was renvi"d lo bis bome. wbere a pnjii-
csaa attended bitn. His injuries are not
.....1. . . .i arcKxit Wbal ignit. u the ftao
Una U a aaszary.
H JOHN M. ROBERT.
(Staff Correspoadenl Morning Times.)
Caaltas. Baa. May 31 Mihoug h General
Villa's pioneers are norktno Ihelr way
rapidly towards Frenillo. Ihey are finding
Ihe track more thoroughl.. destroyed rien-
das thai they proceed southward. "Tear
up the railroad and hold Villa back seeata
to be Ihe niollo of the llurrtalsls. Scouts
say that from Fresallln south there Is
hardly a place iihrrr tun rails are left
end to end. Reside much of Ihe track has
been dynamited posslhli wllb tbe hope
that the mines -will be exploded by tbe
picks and shovels of Ihe nloaeers. Many
of these mines have been mind and luckily
there hair been na casualties up to dale.
Oeneral Manager Eusehlo Calgado of the
eeaslltiillonallst railroad says that If law
same degree of destruction Is maintained
all Ihe viav to Mexico Clti II will require
lour months for Ihe arms to reach Ihe
national capital. If li walls to go by trahk
II Is (irneral Villa's Intention lo go over-
land from Zacatecas It be fiada that ihe
rebuilding of Ihe railroad requires loo
much lime. The way Is well watered and
Ibera will he an abundance or food for
men and beasts. Oeneral Villa said today:
"I am hcnlnnlnn to believe we hale bal
onr list fight nntll He reach Mexico City.
rxprel In find aralecas empty and do
nol belleie thai II will he necessary la
Ire a shot al Aguas Callentes. I doubt If
General Cnnrales will have la light far the
oeeiipatlnn of SgB I uls Potest. The fed
erals realize Ihey are beaten and base made
their minds. I think that If any mare
lives are In be saerlflrrd tbey will be aac-
rlllced In defense of Mexico City.
Huerta has hut three courses open In
him: First and most probable he may
elect to remain In Mexico .Clly hoping that
bv tbe destruction of the rallrnada ihe
consHtntlnnaltatsi will be worn onl by Ibe
long oierland march accessary to rraih
Ihe national capital: second be may rtec
mm Ihe national rapllalbefsre Ihe ran
slllullonallsts ran reach the city third
upon Ihr approach of Ihe esnstltuiloaaH.t
army he may try lo do somrining in toree
The ronstlliitlonallsls hllhcrln have been
handicapped In the operation of Ibe rail
reads by Inability lo get coal In quantities
in supply Ihelr locomotives and repair
shops. Aa soon as Ihe Sabinas rltrr bridge
on Ibe Monterey line Is completed which
will be within ten days or two weeks they
Will have access to the great coal mines
In the Sabinas district. This besides giv-
ing them a short quick haul far an akuad-
aace of good coal will sate them hundreds
of thousands of dollars now being spent
for "coal brought tram . New Mexico.
THE PACT THEY COI LD NOT SWIM DID
NOT PREVENT THEM LEAPING PROM
ROWBOAT INTO RIVER.
OFNFRxl l.x. ui SKIP.
WITH NORM l TEMPER A TIRES
Mil PROMISED THIS WEEK
Bp far liMt.a'.u
Washington. Mat it - Oenerally fair
kles vi mi icmpersinn's near or above
normal were fore ssi br Ihe weather
bur an tnntirtit for ihe country during
the rninlna week
Rainfall dtirtna Ihe week will h
pencralh light ami local." said lha
bulletin the neu disturbance of Im-
IHiriance in cross the country will ap-
peal in the far .si Tuesday or
Wednesday reach :he great central
valleys Thursday or Friday and Ihe
eastern stales near the end of Iho
"Tilts dlstnrhinre will be attended
by showers ami 'hundorstorms and ho
follower! by a chsnge lo cooler wiath-
er over ihe northern stales eat or
the Morky mountains "
LONG- A W I ITF.n HITE ON TOLLS E
KMPTION flEPFll. RILL WILL IIKJ
TAKEN IN Till. M.UE THIS WEEK
HOUSE ANTI-TRUST BILL
MEASl RES IN Pill r lit t I 111
1TMMIKD THIS MEEK.
APPROPRIATION BILL NOW READY
Only Ihe President x Trust Program stands
In Ihe May of Aduurniurnt on Jul) .'i'.
as Desired by Leaders.
Slaking Condition of Boat Rendered Harole
Arllon Necessary lo Sale Lhea of Two
'Bp l Auociattd Prl aa
Philadelphia. May 31. -Sacrificing Ibelr
live- to aave four companions two of
them girls Ihrre young inch none of
wnom rould swim leaped Into Ib" líela
ware river from a sinking rowboat late
yesterday and were drowned. The story
of their sacrifice ma- told today by sm
vlvora. The dead are Johii Mourhe.li.
Haymond rinney and John Murphy.
Tinney and si an (ierman. a member of
tbe parly were engaged to be married
The rrafi KaaMaOjdl th' seven youlig POO
pie bigan rapidly tUUutl with water when
a hutidred yarda from the ahora from a
loose board on. tbe bottom. Heaplte the
effons lo hall Ibe boat with Ihelr rapt
ll soon became e dent that unreal The
load was lightened ihe boat would alnk
before snore rould be reached. None of
ihe parly rouid an in but all tbe men
i. d.ii.i. i. d i.. jump trial the otaera might
Tinney-was ihe first lo spring over ihe
pOt' side qulik'y fulloiird by Mourhcrh
Tbe boat capilted. however after the
ihree men had dlaapprared in the water
and ibe four other occupants er thrown
into tbe rived. John .icvjil and Oeoi
ierinan. Ibi' olher male nVnu..-r
varly. dug lo the nvrrturnM crar
Kia-piiiK ihe giria an iney svia to
second time.. held them until a tor boat
razed lo the rescue.
IOMA si MI Mil
Bp th ateeaots-taaT Vict .
Dea Moines la.. Mar tU More tuan
andtdates for intTaaaiont.i. átate and Jc
ilciary off n ' in Iowa
awaiting uta ra sail
wje primary. The
i -.i Friday night in asss
lona of tut
aenaioc t m
ChlKf mterest throughou'. Hm
hi.. i n the rontrsl for Use
ieiiuisi".n to. I oiled Male.
'lie Kepul(ll. all side lliere was W.l t
inlrresl. ante. ugh senator A. B. cuuun
has ..pi.o.ii. ni In Ibe peraon of Arthur
savaaa. a banker of Adair win. u brio
orraia iba figni baa bean vtaorosis be-
II Lilwin T Meridiilt. a farm inaiiazina
I ..1 -iislei ol In. Mollies slid Maufi.e inn
nol I y of Du tiuque member of tuakgraaa
froiil lb.- Third Iowa dzatrtcL
Ihr rrngrr.si.c parly cotsksal ta átetwaaaa
htepocn Baabuar of Waterloo aud caaper
vtienk of Mea Momea.
Bv ihr Atunciatrtl lrett
M'nshingliiu. Mi :tl. Ihe lone aw.illnl
vol.- on Hie tolls exajnpiion i.'peal hill will
be taken In the señalo before salurday mc.it
unless all ihe plans of leaders Mil. Bolh
opisinenis and those who favor tin; pasaat"
of Hie measure are agreed that Hiere Is
no need fur prolonging debato b.yond Iho
There Is. a prospect that the house will
iini.-h.-rrs (rm of aqtl-iriist Dills by Iho
of the iv. k and pave. Hie way fur
adjoumnient In July If tito senate leaders
can re..cjj an agreement on Ihe ariiount or
trust legislation they bell've Ihe country
novils aun deslíes al this lime.
The appropriation bills can be passed in
n it.' and hoiiso in quick order and prac
tically only Hie trust program stands in
way of adjournin.-n' by July SO as
leaders desire ihe senate committee in
charge has but a week'g work on antt trust
billa before II and Is éxpect.d to reach a
decision on how much legislation if will
recommend to the senate by ihe middle of
Ihe ween. Titer.1 is a motion perore upa
conimlllee tn report only one lull In thi
hope Hial with us passage adjournment will
be taken with tin- 'anderstuidlng mat other
trust I atslallon shall bo bruughi before
the acnale next winft r.
Trade Commlaaloa Bill.
Deapile the fart that Prcsldrnl Wilson t
i .-cen i remarks lo tuno and Illinois bust
ncss men are regarded In some quarter'
as an anno im remen I that he will nol bo
satisfied with less than all three trust
bills lo be passed by the house man sen
atora are said to rel that the passage o
a trade commission bill by the senate will
Tolls Reaaal Bill.
The lolls r-peai bill will firure dally tn
Iba a'nate until a vote la liken the rirst
lest or tbo aenaiors who ravor arbitration
or the question of rxempuon of American
coastwise ships froth toll payment wilt
come Wednesday hen Ibe foreign rela
Hons roinmiltpe will vote on arbitration
resolutions i. ven n tends of arbitration do
not claim a- ravorable report rrom tbla
committee iwlU mean that .ibe arbitration
plan will ba adopted bill the committee s
acllon la awaited with interest.
CANADIAN oi l n hi s- ACT AT I HE IN
STANCE OF CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL
WAV. WHICH CLAIMS DAMAGES.
DECl IRM HE DID NOT
EMPIIFSS OF lit!
VKSSl.t. RELEASED HIIISIXF.
T Pti k OTF PROU
l.ID. BUT THAT
GAYEiALi POSSIBLE ASSISTANCE
Allbough His Vessel Was In Sinking Condi
Han. til Boats Ms-re Lowered and Merr
Than Persons Taken Aboard.
yttu colli. oi
0 ll under m
Ir harrowing gdfkperieneea.
led on the simject of the
EVIDENTLY ARE ACTING I PON TH:
I HEAR Y THAT ill III t'A Í III. HIM.
WIKTERS WAS III llDI hi li
Irsterday War Sprat In Digging 1 p tbe
(rounds aad Cellar ol iiu M latere Masae
srarcklag far Evidence.
By Ihr AtmeimttdPrttt
Newcastle Ind. May si. Search for
.h lo the whereabouta or Catherine Win
lors in connection wllh whose .p appear
inc.- more than a year ato her ralbar. Dr.
W. A. Wlnlera. bar stepmother and W. H.
Cooper a boarder ft the winters hume
were arretted yesterday was today turnad
lo ti. former residence of Ihe family.
Arier a day spent In digging up the
ground- and cellar of Ibe fainily'a present
home which resulted In ine rinding of a
small red awealer a hair ribbon and
alalneil muJargarinenia. Ihe searchers
opened an unused well al tbe former real-
deuce and dug oul a quantity or lime with-
out however finding any new evidence.
It ll thai lha delerllve under whose
direction Ihe -search waa made today Is
altad a -tai. n. '-ui declaring thai additional
evidence had been round I hat warranted
lafelng a fourth peson Into custody.
The dele. me declared thai Dr Winters
lis i anlerfered wtih his Imeeilgatione after
laying released dn a aj.mo bond and laid
n al be haa a Idler written by one of iie.se
arreatad whim will ligure prominently in
So far no mouse ronneciint any of Ihe
persons under arrrsi with the disappear
anee of ihe child has been made public
It has been said thai Hie girl waa to have
inherited atooo from -a grandparent which
sould go to tome other relative If uo. to
Neither the winter i'ooper nor their al
lotnrys have mail any statements but fir.
Winters said I Wtl ready lo go on trial
aim said be was sure ne ano ota wne
would be sel free
The .-. iieii.eni caused by yeiteraa
arréala broufbt nuixlreds of visitors
cliy . Crowds fheked lo (he Winter
aad wau.bed the work of J he poll
detectives who are dJggiua on Ibe a
Monttcal May si. With her
crumpled In and twisted and a gai show-
ing on tbe pen side only a foot or s.
abo ihe Malcrline in mute evidence ol
Ihe iragedy In whjrh she figured. Iba
collier Morstad docked Here mis artetiioou
A few i mi i hps later a uai ant of arrest
taken out by the Canadian lacific railway.
waa muled lo her iii.xiiu.i.i-i by order
W. Simpson Walk.-i. k. C reglsirar of Ihe
"By what aulhorlty do
board my vestal and pla
reatl" i at. lain Anderson.
the collier asked.
"By atilliority of Ihe piiush unpin-
ciirtly rcrclied the dcpiK.v sheriff comml
stoned to .ccute Ihd warrant.
No ..inner was Uto-lfotBtaj Rtoored tin
she begun tn unload lice cargo of cot
and were ii nol for Ihe battered nnndlllotl
condition of her bows it would be dir
riculi to imagine dial the collier had -recenth
tslk'H pari in .Jne of the wort
marine disasters lu the history of Canadian
Traces nf Suffering.
The Office rl and men. however lair.
traces or thcl
disaster they wcro averse to enterlitk mi
capialu Anderson arier Ibtj collie
docked was in conference wllh ' .plum
nve Lang American chief Bt the .Mat
steamship conipany of Norway and Jonn
ilrlffln alúaCBe.v for the company bullí of
whom had cabin rrom New York to get thi
rrpori or ihe captvn and salhirs first uanit
capuin -Anderson declined al first K
tllscitss ihe aecldcnl. declaring that he
would mahr a- statement later In the era
nlng. . jialbsiiquettlly. a slnieincnt based on
i aj.tain Anderson's repon as well eg' re
pons i ..r other orricers 10 Meatra. Lfnt
and tilflffln was given oul.
Did '."i Bark Away.
Arcorlllntr Id tile captain and of ri
cbntrarylio what had been tlaUiil by in
captain or the Empreas of Ireland. He
SU.rsiad lid not back away after ibe colli
sion. 'HI the i.inlrary she steamed ahead
in NiJX5lTiri to keep her bow in the holt-
she had dug into ihe side ol Ihe Kmpress.
The Kintir.-ss. however according; lo ihe
Moralad's officers beaded away and bent
the RtorgUd'a bow OVer at an acute angle
lo porl. After that ihe I mareta was hidden
rrom Hie view of the siorslad and despite
the fast thai the s()liid kepi her
whistle blowing she eoUH bol locale in
Empress until Hie cries of aj f lit
victims in the water were heard. Capialu
OINSMORE NAY BE
HELD A PRISONER
ART ESI t IHII.NDH ADVANCE nil. mil
THAT MISSINC OIL MAN MAY HAVE
BEEN VHIlM OF KIDNAPPER.
Pari That He Mas Cusledlaa xif Valuable
Claims on Public Lands t iled la support
of sensational Itrllrf.
By Kpr. ial tl li a ii '.. n...
Arlcsta .. M . May 31. Thai Charles
Dmemorc u tsslng oil operator and
editor wa- kidnappad and Is being held
By rival oil meii who conspired lo rile
upon .Pun of símil he was ciislndUu
It Iba leu i theory advanced by friends
In support of I'd idea II Is pointed oul
thai Dlnsmoie was' Hie ruatod'an o
large acreage of .latins on th' public
lualn which would be aiibje. t to relocation
should be fall l" nun These clalllla
located III Hi" Armala district and any
attempt to occupy ibmi by oUiera will o
carefully watch d
. Beth Mm Ma ae iir.n
Another ibecrj i- iia lunsinore went i
lha country near In. swell to inspect some
oil properly andilial l'Hi he and his com
panlon met ... . : ii.ii p . ni.-iii uiu.-i-
liiclhre ui Hi hi l.K l thai Iba missing roan
fled tbe cóuniri i '.ia" latter theory how
ever la amule: lis hla cmei tneiui-
among them tn ma J l AlWood. who bat
been Mr. ' n- " ' -ni..rn. lor awase
Umo and who i liittmaielt a. ipiaiut d wlin
hit buainras affaii- There was anao
lutely no reason fid ids disappearance.
said Mr. Atwood lodav. "unless na uecaaa
auddenly (tenteuled. Una Is Hie balltf of
Mrs. Dlnainure aim i pi .paring hi ofrer
a reward lor Iqlotiiiaiiou concrnuig her
Last seen In lli.swcll.
DUzamore. was last Matt! m Hoswell IP-
arrived there in hla Ford ar on .Ha nlg'il
May l after a on day nip numis-ii
Ihe aurroiimllng loan. m ihe interest of
hla mining Journal He Mi " Imlel llier-
noon May IV. tilling tie noi'i Hera i
he would return Hial aliertuH.n He ha I
previously tol.J fneiids Hial be inumoej
to fa a raw rolle uul m n. .o.ji.ny o
Uwpect aotn H prospeili altei wi.i.n n -
would return to' hi home in ArP al. Was'n
he iert he waa ircntupaolod by an un-
known man. salo lo be an oil operator rrom
Oklahuiiu. No one haa been poind wlio
saw it. car afiei u left ihe hotel and
there I not the sligliieai rlue aa to Ihe
direction (raveled or aa to ihe til'iillty
of Hie man who rode out of Hoswell wllh
Sheriff Young and CHy Manager Alkiii
v.ii. wllb pvaaea. Iieie ac.ur d ihr louniry
In all .lira- - frota HoaweN'wlil.oui find
lug ihe alia : Irac - of ihe anrn. Dns
morca pbotograph has been Tnail'-d lo
hiefa of police all oi'r ip. aoulbdeal and
. atntte win b i' it unturned lo soils'
uoatery of lue dztappctiaucc.
.ndernn denied that he mnied a mil" or
so swai from ihe k'mpres. after hts
vessel struck the liner. The Ht.irstatl had
not .nnved. II was the Impress which
beci chap (red p.istllnn. he as.crtcd
llr-.rd Kendall s call.
According lo the report made by Cap
tain Andc'sim to the owners after th"
collision he heard captain Kendall snout
railing on Inm not go pull away..
I won'i.' shouted the Itotrttad'i cap
tnlr. as loud a he mold. After that the
impress disappeared from the storstad's
The statemeht follows.
i tie fad that the storated ha onry bj-
dav reached port haa made It UupnsslMr
heretofore to give an BRaaMlHe staietnent
on her liehair. All connected wtih the
Sturstad dap tori Ihe terrible accident
Which has resulted In the loss of so many
valuable Inc.. ll Is nol wllh any dealrc
to condemn ot tiers hut simply becaus It
Is fell Ibal the public Is entitled in know
Ihe rarls thai Hie rullowlng s(atement ll
si.r.ta.l Right of Mas.
"The i easels sighted each olher when far
apare The Empress of Ireland was seen
orr Ihe purl how of the Siorslad. The
Impress of Ireland's green or starboard
light was vtilbla lo those on the siorslad
I'nder the circumstances. Ihe rules or
navlgauon gaye the siorslad the ruin or
"The heading of Ihe Empress was then
changed in such a manner as m put the
vessels tn.a position In pass safely. Shortly
gfler a log enveloped first tlf. I mptcs
and then Hie storstad.
i ...i Signals Exchanged.
"log signals were exchanged. Ihe ir-
slad's engines were at once slowed and
Hu n -lopped Her heading remained nn
altered. Wht-IPs from the impress were
heard on Hie lurMait purl bow and were
answered. The Empress o! Ireland ivas
then seep throng htlie fog. close at hand
on the porl bow or siorslad. Hi w
showing her green hvht and wr. making
"The enytnai or the sprsin.! ajare at
oocc reverted it full .peed and lied iiead-
(GobUnued on rage t-'
HAM FOI R MILLION ROI NOS OF AMMI
NITION. BIT COITJJt law TWICE VI
MI CH. HE IEI.LM CORRESPONDEN r.
bXTRA PAY FOR SOLDIERS
EVERY MtN WHO PARTICIPATED IN
TAKING OF BU TILLO IN PRESENTED
WITH TEN PESOS IN CASH.
NO DISSENSION IN VILLA'S ARMY
trrlial In Torreen of (eneráis Hernandez
and . HerrrVa With Their Rrtg'adr Dis-
poses ot sinrv of Leaders Rrtoittag.
CHA IHTCO Hi ll (.U S IN EL PASO HI
l ll.lHI I II in HATODINU PI O I
AGAINST CONSTITl'TIONALlsl S.
0007X0 FIGURES IN PLOT
lit I It HI MOTIVE IS TO TAKE AD VAN
I M.I OF Ml lit I u TO INILRE CAR-
RANZA BEFORE WORLD.
(Jit VEDO MISSION IS EXPLAINED
Hellried Randll Chief Recently Captured
Here Was In El Paso for Purpose or
Consulting Agents of Conspiracy.
. mi : nun. .iuii -i officiate bare rear ihat
a plot to organize another revoluUun is
being halt-he.: by científicos of the state of
chihuahua who sr.- now refugees In lite
I Tilted Slabs and that already ihey haie
taken Hie initial slep.s lo start thn revolt.
TN activity of lb . l.-tiliricos Is caualng
Hi. rongMHllliallllllia no little worry at
Hi. pies.nl nine as Ibey believe Ihelr
enemies are piaiuiiiiK lo take advantage ..r
the p.. diatii. u proceedlnga by attempting to
show that the ronsiittitlnnallata are In-
capable of mainlainliig orderly govern
or... .. Impllcalrd la Hot.
s th.- dertaloo ol several hundred or the
Muerta volunteers who were at Paredón
ui ..i.-- up fighting tn Lh.il aecUon and re-
tum to i.liihiiahua lo reiumn a guerilla
warfare then- arainsi ihe constlitillonallai
snu iiiiinnl lias given Ibn rientirico con-
splialors rncotirageincnl in Iliclr plans lor
the new revolt. The rientlflcoa believe that
Oalicral I'aacutl OfOtoO ami olher noted
..riiif-i- rebel chiefs of chihuahua are with
the band1. reporU'd crossing Hie Coahiilla
de. en p. chihuahua and thai they will bo
able lo draw a greet many rerrulta to lh
slandard of Ihe new movement because of
Ibe popularity nf some of these leaders
which si III Ollilt in .'iiain qutil'irs in Ibe
Ourirdo's Mission Here.
American -. rntnenl officials are of Ibe
..pinion thai ..'i.ral Hodrigo .(Jurvedo
leader or the i.and or ruderal rtllbuaien
win. have been harassing the stale nf 'in
huahua for several months and who ws.
I fleeted here Friday was lu F.I Pas solely
lor UsC purpn I ..inferring with in-
agents nf Hi lai.-i- conspiracy and that
cogrilnued stay waa for Hp- punsise
gelling into oiiimunlntlott wun ine
roreeg winch were coming across Coahulli
in oi.ier that le- might move his band;
the p. ..i -.ii and Casas (.ramies see
nuns where iliey were bclpjr hard pretil
by i-oiistitiitimiaiiai troopa to a point
where he cuul.l Join uiih the- olher bands
le presen. ef a baud of l .i well armed
and iiiouiii.1I lie u in the norlhraslern
Hon of in- atal of chihuahua was
red by lb. American ..metal.- a few
day ago Tlr-v wen- -eiigaa' d onli in itn
rounding up u cattle belonging lu tie
terrazas interests bul ll la said by con-
.tiiulloi dial oft' lata thai Hiee men ar.
fuiiiier iiroz. . rebels and llivrta i ai n .n
and Hiere li 00 dougH tj.. . will join
wiih tin- . -iieiiiies of i.arrlhza after
. ..un. h ilo li i f tlielr preaeiil ci.mmiasiiin
rounding up (he Terrataa alock Three pf
leaders nf nn band who were arrral-
aevrral day g. by troops of ine Fir
treinta caialry In Ihe Big bend country
r released by order of General Taaker
H mi - Mm. men i.ciieie that tbey will
return ( resume roiniuaitd of llielr force
In the field. Tbe men were Ibe two rerneu
broihi-ia ami colonel Saltado a crincr
u o . hiefiain.
Industrial Werkera Arrested
lly Inr t .... mi. d Prca
farrylown. X. v.. Nay l Henewed at
lempia lo hold a inoeiing Palay reauited
la-le . with the police and mm. addi
iniiial arrean nf Indualruil W usei - oi tin.
I. .I Id were made increasing Hie number
f i-. wiih those arid laid night lu
i . Non. of Ihe Industrial Workrr- or iho
Mor ill followers laatfe an. an. nipt lo ap
proa h John l Rockefeller s catate
tie it prisottrre tvreeted waived exam
ineiiua l tat my gaaaji iwu and were
taken to the M'htte I'laizvs Jail fur arllon
by Uta nan.i turg.
Bl JKIIN W HtiP-tl
.siarr corre iipandeni v-miing rimes.)
Torreón Ma It. -Tb-j brigades of Ora-
rais Hernandez and Kerrora arrived al Tor
ren lodav and are neing re eqnippc.' with
ciiiihing and supplies of food .-.lid amnni
nlilon hernr p. tng sent south u join iho
instil body ..r i.enersl Villa's army which
Is p.i i..n its way toward Zacate as. This
disputes ..r Hie theory that the Herreras
had rrNiJjc.i agahval li.neial villa.
flejientT - villa sahl lonlglit that an In-
.-:.t..ri show -d that Utere were shout f..u-
:nllllon rounds of niiuitinltion mailable lur
use 1 his entire: army but ho fcatc.t I hi I
he would need twice that smmini In tiriiu-
the revnliitiofi i. sn end. provided nf . ..n. .
tttl r.-derais gave anyihtruj tik.- .. ftli
in derensc of tbe CHK uf m.mc.
. .. i-ns mr sm).
Oeneral Mils today distributed tmouu
pesos anilina Hie I7.IXI0 men who nartlei-
peied' in ihe sajtnio csiniajgn. giving tneta
ten pesoi tplec;. This was In aildliion :
then- regular pay. Among today's arrival
at Torreón was. Dr. t.olin Ros a German.
ofTlcer who also is an accredited repce-
aehtaUvo nr the Hettter ws agency fie
ennrerred with General villa ror nearly an
hour pulling mam questions ro taltii. in
or which wern answered fraokly and di-
rectly. Oeneral Villa low ir boss thai all of
Ihe artillery including .. cannon as rapid
tire guns and I l.fKsi of Hk rifles now nwne.i
by the . .institutional:-!. and most or On
aiiiniiinlilun used in Hie palth-s of Tmrron
sn man de las t oioiilas. Paredón an. sal
tillo had li en capliir.il from the fedérala.
In reply lu a ipiesilon by Dr. Doss. Oeneral
Villa said the rank and rile of his ar.ny
needed no lessons In marksmanship.
Villa's Hen tit Marksmen.
The average Mexlcin knows bow lu tupi-
dle a gnu from Hi.- time he Is U .vc.trs
of ape. he said but they did need dis-
cipline and training In military lartlcs. Al
i lhat Int believed Hie cnnstttiillnnsliaU were
superior lu .llui rcdral army ilii to u.n
ran dial Hie eonaiiliiilonallsl army wit
better offlrCN'd. He gave It aa Ills opinion
loo. Dial In point of morale Ihe consiilu
llonallats were the better. Tfiei will slant!
flerceer fire take more desM'ratr rliances.
charge artillery wllh I 'ss rear and greater
vigor and righi lu Hie niglti. someihing
which Hie redcrals have never bean known
to do except as defenders wit n attacked.
Villa Makes Hla Own Hlralegy.
When questioned by Dr. II.. ss as Mo ma
strategic methods Oeneral Villa laughingly
replied. Dial so far as he knew he was
a strategist and tinv.'r milowrd Iho
tame methods lit two sip csslvr bailies.
rely largely.'' he said "upon what I
find In front of mr. I know nothing about
theory -of wair.ni aa set down In books.
A in.. lenient that would win in on.i sima
Hon might be disastrous In another and I
think Hun ihe succession or victories which
my men have achieved the past few months
may largely be due to the fart that ve
rollow out Hie pun of changing our meth
tveryUme we go into battle when
fought and defeated Gen ral lelíx Ter
razas at Hiisttllos. we had bulTlvo rounds
of ammunition per man We. so maneuv-
ered however that Terrazas could not get
tway and fought him to fiercely al certa'n
points or attack that his men threw down
Ihelr rlflea and cartridge bells before sur-
rendering and thus gave us Ihr equipment
of arms aud amiiiuntlinn we so badly ne -i
ed and which made if possible for us id
lake Jiur. and lo win Hie battle of Tierra
ttpeculallnn Concerning Dr. Ross.
The bailie of Tierra Rlanra General I'M
TOTAL OF IM VICTIMS HI THE I MI'HI.ss
OF IRELAND ACCIDENT ARRIVE 01 E-
III i FOR IIIF.N IIITCArlON.
Hi-inn. Heights Oirrlooklag the SI. Law-
rence itiier Rlark With Spectators ae
Funeral Ship Moird I p Ibe Hlrraat.
li v the (... i f. . rrett
fni.'be. . Mi II Un- i anadian govem-
i.i.ni aleamer l ady Grey brought from
Minn. nasi today Ink bodies recovered from
Ihe wreck of ihe Kmpress of Irelan:'. TIM
hlstnrlc heights overlooking Iho SI. Law-rem.-
were black with spectators aa the
funeral ship moved slowly up the river.
1 he coffin were carried aabore and me
mournful work or tdcnliri. atn.u began
without .1. la.
Ibe l ady Grey was eacorted by hla ma
Jeaty's ship l-.ssei and fifty sailors rrutn
the waralnp. wllh bared heads laid Uie
..iuii- In rows on three tables stretched
under the fr. Mriil sited ou the pier. Ibe
building was draped wllh blark. A crowd
that Included many of the survivors and
relame and friends of the dead waited lu
alienee for permission lo pass down (he
allies belweon Ibe rows of bodies.
Trie Ihree tablea earl ton eel long held
...if ins ..r every tfedMsMsoa. -.. .....i. .t oa
one were twenty five ahile caskets con-
taining th.- budlea or children. Although
the Lady Grey bad tak. to rtiraouskl all
ihe coffins lhat could lie gathered In las
short Huí al jUttidlsposal of the guvern
nient and sieamship officeri. (hey were
not enough. Besides Hie children's caaketa
id. i . we- . ml.' . lain cuniamlng the
had lea ul adulia in. outer m uu. were
brouyl.i here In rough pine boxes
Stan .. tlv'ie improvised eorrms held lis
bodies .1 iiKiiher- andchi Idren I
e Ian ciubrac. ju.l aa Hey bad sunk lu
their drain olf laibcr puiui early Friday
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