El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 12, 1917 Page: 1 of 12
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EL PASO TEXAÍ WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER l 19ÍT
ENGLISH SECTION TWELVE PACES
PRICE 5 CENTS
SWEDISH MINISTER TO ARGENTINA IS NOT TO BE RECALLED
Disloyal Slav Commanders Thrown Into Prison
IRON HAND OF
General and Entire Staff of the
Sowtfcw teru Hiih rtsrs
Arrested; Former Military
Governor of Petrog-rad Suf-
ren Like Prniishment.
Baltic Fleet Unanimously Place
Itself on Side of Government
and Evidences of Loyalty of
Troops and People Seen;
Kornilof f Making Little Show.
Br tssn fistol Press.
Petrograd Sept 1 (Brttlih Admiralty
per Wl relesa Pistos.) Aa official sa-
"Tbs superior oltlnri everywhere ere
acting m sarssmeat with tbs revolution-
ary coeuulieartoa or the government eral
the committee! It the front General
Dtnlklne commander or the souibweetern
rront end las waste ef Ms iMadquartors
sun Mrs been arrested. General fcrdelll
formar military governor of Petrorrad
as dluobeyed assay eoresasads has also
been arrestad together with layers
members of alt staff.
Baltic Fleet Lay at.
"Tbs Baltic fleet with Its officers bal
unanimously placed Itself on tbs aids or
the provisional sovernmsnt.
only smau aeiacnmrrui oi troops nave
malned deluded regarding their position.
The further advance of these echelons
has bean arrested and the bonds between
them broken. Individual units of them
have sent deles ates to Petrorrad with tbs
request that they be furnished with or-
ders to arrest those commanders who
have betrayed the provisional govera-
mn Seek t Atole ClvB War.
"Tbs government has taken measures to
put Petrograd In a state of defenas
aratnst attacks and the nope la enter-
tained that all bloodshed or civil war win
"Evidence of the loyally of the troops
and people to the provisional government
li being received from all the provinces
while all public organizations bava an-
nounced their determination to support
the revolutionary government by every
oosa tola means.
"It M essential
fatherland thai como
be preserved. The government enjoins
absolute calm and urges complete submit
non to the sovernmeut and Its repre-
sentatives. ".Signed- KkRLItSKY."
I'l l ROI.B til ANO MONI OH PILOT! I
KNOW NOTHING BP NEW CRISIS
t.NTIL NKWSPAPSJUI TUX STORY.
By Associated Prats.
Petrograd Sept. 10 (delayed .The ntasa
of Petrograd's population knew nothing
of General kornHoITi revolt until today
when the newspaper i. contrary to their
Monday custom published morning edi-
tions. Tbs government It apparently con
Bdent of lie position as no display of
toree Is being made.
The ooDalauoa of Mo scow was si to Is
yeatsrday as to tas revolt but the
1 of deputise there heard of it Bat
night and the nest day declared
unaaaaat istiirar tbs tststnii.
wna taa ateas saaasarv anal sa
ecuttve strtanrtuss. taciuomg as ceas
mandar of taa areata. General Verano
iky whose loyalty to the Petrograd gov
srsaaaM assets beyond doubt look eps-
isl unieres anal
In tall cot
be general to
General kurauoff bad out bad tkrae Is
remove all govenuueetai krooee H ap-
tssert. and the Itwertorny of the rorcee in
Pearograd u believed to be on las elite
of tbs B'srlstaaal geistaasssl
Ba uru a.
"of tbéThsy btwé tefar
?i7i'r?kj S haartp cas
iNl the council of depu
kotnikdT. Whs SB
oT the plot and ta-
jólo General Verk
ktonretsT íSton Pjraaoeet. oTSBTrs
.olt it eras listad today toa weeks in
General anrnlioe. declaring that be sV
ured to prevent aeuiury congestión with
drew from the capital frases lit lee to
tbs proviaiooal invirastsae awl at the
seats taras ssat Is Pesrogred vartout uuiu
hi. i. he considerad i at tats Is eapgorl
waeMaaMttat with ass i lillusn st SSe
trout who are Instructed firmly lo up
ti pro kwauerf as tot aas mints
WVtiie cabruel wee JaOalml eke
raras she aaw iitsraateait iksaM an ant
ths 1 1 all tl asaetntv. c imtaWttt of lbs
ssfl h BJ aWMaaV nTtMrfttial Uef atotstsavgtaat- tgaswasj 9M
BISBEE REFUGEES IN COLUMBUS
CAMP PROTEST CUT IN RATIONS;
WIRE OFFICIALS IN WASHINGTON
Br Associated Presa.
Columbas. N. ht- Bsgrt. 11. Additional telegrama or protest against
the ordsr of ths military authorities hers in reducing tha rationa sup-
plied by ths atovsrnmsnt to ths men in the camp of refugee deported
from Biabas as alleged Industrial Workers of ths World members and
sympathisers. July 11. last were sent to Washington today after tha
reduction was put Into effect. Notice of tha reduction waa postad la
tha camp last Saturday and at that tlms telegrrime of protest wers
ssnt to President Wilaon and to Secretary of Labor William B. Wilson.
Tha rationa were out to one-half tha previous allotment. Ths men
protested that at bast ths food provided by ths government waa Insuf-
ficient. Ths telegrams today were directed to Secretary Wilaon of ths depart-
ment of labor and to J. B. Tumulty secretary to ths president and were
signed by A. 8. Embrea as chairman of tha man in camp. Ths tele-
gram to Secretary Wilson follows:
"Doe federal government want as to leave this oampT If so plsass
tell as plainly to go Do not act tha schoolboy and out down our
rationa. as was dons this morning. Ws are willing to leave If you will
tail us plainly that ths federal government wants to get rid- of us and
does not consider ws wars wronged whan ws were forcibly deported
from oar homes. Men hers are loath to bailara ths government ap-
proves ths action of Sheriff Wheeler in deporting ua from Biabes. An
Immediate reply la demandad.
Tha telegram to Secretary Tumulty asked him to bring ths atten-
tion of President Wilaon to a previous telegram and to inform him
(tha president) ths msn either wished to ba told by ths government
to leave tha camp or to have tjie supply of rations restored to the
Ths msn declared thsir intention of remaining in camp until replies
to these telegrama have bean received.
Complete Ascendency of
Either Russian Faction
Will Make Country Safe
Official and Diplomat at Wahington Agree That Weil-
Being of Straggling Nation May Be Subserved
Whether Kerensky or Komiloff Triumphs.
Attitude of Middle Class Considered Crave Feature of the
Present Crisis; Civil War Could Lead to Restore
tion of Monarchy or Peace With Prussia.
By Associated Press.
Washington. Sept. it.-Whether Rus-
sia races anarchy and a reign of ter-
ror as lbs fruit of General Kornllorr'i
revolt against Premiar kercotky'i
provisional government. depends
largely. In the opinion of official! and
diplomats hers on the speed with
which the situation develops.
If tea deposed commander In chief
now reported marching on Petrograd
with troopa personally loyal to him
makes a spectacular show of strength
within the nrit few dayt. It II believed
tirona political mriuencaa now se-
cretly wavering In allegiance to tbs
government may iwtng over glvs
huu a preponderance of authority and
pave The way for a powerful dictator
Kereaaky Meats Stronger Bisad.
If Premier keremky. on the other
hand li able to bold rait to the sup-
port of enough of the various polttl-
i tl groups on whose attitude the al-
legiance or tbs army largely depends
ha may cruth the revolt quickly adopt
soma of the strict disciplinary rulei
advocated by the kornilorr element
and weld the deseo) ratlc forcea tato s
stronger luttrument to right Germany.
Ths complete atcendancy of either
keremky or kornilorr would tatitfy
most pertont here particularly Inter-
ested In Russia's well being. It It the
middle situation the conflict which
would make the Russians kill But
vían which they rear and which
judging by today's unorriclal dts-
DStrnet. seems entirely pottlbie.
taparais pesos w
lorathm r the
inevitable tram of evil couseqtiences.
Caá Cana es levye aspean.
Out of ths bass of ska Ráselas
tltuattsn at reported unofficially to-
day ornnalt developed ths Irapretsloo
that the provisional government prob
CARPIO SAYS HE IS
TO BE GOVERNOR OE
Oeinas to Hold CsBasajiBina
From Cavrrsaaaa; Awaitfcig
Otatrniiii of Coaweeeaces
llMl.ti - al .toft. It - nr. a ft.
fiiB)fi terpi" tt'j s ' t-f rlitif M iiis ttvfcn
Priiistal Carrañas or Msslaeks asauasa
or Lower tsmórnis has Besa misas
gatéala asases ase aerear for tne last lew
II Is usiir trota renaete i infill
teal tl isit si Gar see is awetsasg aha set-
ssBBs es i laiasMlsl Besses Uaauatel ra
tebae Usaaa Mae put ml as II Mar y pa
eraat at son sera Lower ruina eta and
tha MllllSB guiraaaenl ItsSurs in ata I
aim by Ueatarsl Larraasaa
oaoarsl Csntts recsaag vtaaaaS Taeaa.
aru . tsfciasg wna asm a errs asm iiisatsry
suir After su.n.s s raw Sajrt rasara Bs
kan Bar LB asnas. Baratara n sssser
tessd hs was rsaara le rutel ra sssa.
at has ate kasaasd sag Sat tans tiniest
as a aas asatayaagsasad istttars sseesaa
ably could count on ths rapport of lbs
navy a large part of the army par-
ticularly In the Interior railway em-
ployes and industrial workert. Korn-
loff probably expects the backing or a
strong clement of military leaden
Duma members aha Intellectual
classes the Gotearkl and other soa-
Iderahls professional righting ele-
ment! of the army. In addition it Is
probable be would be openly sup-
ported by the commercial Inter eats
and the social democrat political
group at soon at hs snows itrengtb.
KsrsaBkys Bourses ef Streagta.
Premier krreniky'i sources of
trength. however include the usual
advantage or government authority to
make arresta and deal out immediate
punishment to violator! of lia orden
sad ths extensiva tyitem or govern-
ment representative! among the troopa
at the rront Through ths channels
or these commlsiloners. It li likely
that the government already has dis-
seminated Information caluelaled to
retain -the soldiers' loyalty.
Another situation which may render
pl to marm
by force. It that the armlet havs be-
come so democratised they can easily
conduct negotiations without recourse
to their commanders and they may
refute to fire on their brothers In
arms when the Urns comas for meet-
ing of troopa representing ths op-
Opinion hers Is divided as to
w be titer a passage of the c rials will
lead to a united and strengthened Rua-
ses Saneas array Active
Whatever tbs next few days may
develop otflclala bare point to the
renewed offensive or ths Oirstas-
Auitrtsn armies in Bukowuia as proof
that tits present crista will be uaed
by the ceutrai powers ss an oppor-
tunity for them.
STAFF OF GERMAN
Chtaraed With VkcJatBae
sure Act in Pakslii alinn of tan-
Aen twines. Editotriala.
By Aa en ri mart Preet
I l.uedelphla s- i II ... m.iulesis
of ate stsrr ef tbs ptuiaaeipbia Tig talis
whose offices were retasad yastarslsg SS
BH'Srastaai assau. are asaker stresT east
Bm rtsttatniii tw.. for wtsuas wjtrraaSa
S aM eert bead' ha tufftSTSmt
t"VaeafJsklt Pro Tarn of Impeach
ment Court Rules for Prose
cution on Ground That Ad
naatilong of Witness Printer.
fat Journal Can Be Read Into
Record at Prssaut Hearing.
Action Taken to Forestall Pos
sibility of Defendant Refus-
ing to Take Stand; Decision
Comes as Climax to Day of
Spirited Arguments From
Both Sidos of Casa.
By Associated Press.
Austin Texas Sept. tl Counsel prose
ruling the Impeachment charges agalnii
Governor James k. Ferguson thlt after
noon succeeded tn having admitted aa
First because he considered the trial not
a criminal aas cut a quail criminal
wars a criminal proceeding taa governor
coats not Sevang voluntarily testified be
fore ths bouse claim Bnmumtv from haw
tog BBS record of his tatemen Is prod seed
helero tha tenate.
The president's ruling came to ths sod
of s day spent in argumenta.
ly following afisnator Bailey o
county withdrew s retoltaUon
aiissns UsUI Tata Morales
Tbs high comí then recessed
morning It will be notalbls. i
senator desires for tn anneal from
ruling to be taken tomorrow. In this case
Senator Bailey might re introduce hit
ths record waa admitted In order to
forestall bia not taking ths aland when
defense begins at. at. Crane counsel for
the house hoard of manigera declaring
for ths court that be wan tari
dues "admliitoni" made by the governor
before Ins bouse.
SO tl'I'Ktl TAJtEN I MOM HI I IM.
KM 1 1 ON
Austin Teiaa. rsepL II. Any uart
all of the evidence given by Governor
rerguaon as tas arapsscaaaeoi isvaauga
ass Bouas may 1 m
at of tha
troducad by the
of which es-governor li now on trial be
fore ths sanáis was ths ruling made this
afternoon by Senator W. L. Been prsil
dent pro tern of the elate and presiding
oiuoer or tea sown or aapssenment The
appeal wsa taken from the rul
i arguing for ths right of proponents
the marges to Introducá this la all
iy General u M Crane Uadlnr coun
prueecutton. said that "ad
Tore the t
ed in the
were ntade by
Mcerd Before the
trtSiaaae sf Prassel Trial
Bs saaslBiit I wsá wise User eat
mem trial was s crksSasl or s civfl pro
oeedlag and thai tbs weight of aottaoniy
offsrad sras BBSS an imeaaaataaaait sen.
ceedlag waa a e rtmaaaJ aetton inch de
rara Iba Te tea tanate The Lolled
asenta includes high r inset seal
eirieri" among uv.ae orfsaass far
SB ontetsi aagy Be arrstaaed
SB lo tas Tesas V
autfiorlUea in tlte
mea kreas takaea
s?"sae" USSLJS'lt Mn!jPlm9?Z
atajas S fcSSak rtalaTts ajaaktear of
ssrwssjiai at O Pasa
Taasás -aBsaal sss Lal
if I taaw'sB aERraiLmBBBBBBBV
samial J49BtPk wl
eatasaal gatSHNH É
Has New Plan for
Hungary nrooeass a new
inaugurating peace negoaauona.
uggeatt in a rnurca newspaper that
the parliaments or Hungary Austria
and Gsrmany in vile has English.
irencn end Mist rt can psrsttaassaa
ipolnt three delegue! each lor is
ibindine interchange of vlewi with
tunilar rteimtaUoni from the centrtl
Beware under tlte
urn bellavee tl.e
Pone Benedict or hli
The Vorwserts or Berlin.
bithop t auggeition la worthy of con-
SANTA FE EDITOR
FOUND GUILTY OF
Newspaper Man SaatamsiJ to
SO Days in Jshfl Taitas Ap-
pesvl to lasiriiai Coesyt.
Bpenai so tbs Morning Tistet
PS Dally Baa
a. nil ol
contempt f curl and
Jhs Vateastts sssjatr toil
Judge M C Meeasam. of tha I
Ji-dlrial dtatrwL Appeal as auparme
Hmm uma ... Uto ft
aad I fsao. iobtuK.
to a is eel
tossCLa Basse sf
to BBS SSSS S Baser l.r.slu.
Catching Ole Olson With the
txftetm" -jrs - iM CT7
Finds-. of CttiaW Board
Covers VHrttaaJlr Every Phase
of Recent Trosablei Am
of Coiored Soitiiers Precipt-
tates Fatal Outbreak.
iUndiaputed Evidence Adrjt
Going to Show Negroes Sal-
lied Forth to Slay White Peo
ple Indiscriminately ;
Discipline at Camp.
B Associated Prase.
fas . Bank II. -tatsass of IBs
wwtea eert ate Itvee of It eta
port or xrtx&irsurjz k
arto astaacil lele today
..i "y.rfvmt"Zu mrttm
tooatod jttausaaa af the sastra iiilehspi he-
Corn Crop Damaged
in Region of Lakes
by Old Jack Frost
"real Lakes region latl night ind at-
tended aoulhwird Into middle and
southern iliinolt and moil of Iowa
Tito frost varied in degree la IBB
latea visitad eoiilbern Michigan eeli-
matlnr a .lamas" nr SJ nee cent to lbs
com. bean and pósalo riotit. Minna-
Pita and vYIK'.niln aien
addiuoaal dantage to crnpi wn added
to in a by the rroet or Sunday ulgtit
and the great com belt or Million and
ENGAGES IN FIGHT
With FUet of
Wsatwesxo Has fettle Off
French Coast) Sinks Oaa.
arSÍTfríffih. '' TTPT STStrJTTS 4 I
E-pSiwTcHrS U. - I
sTtoem sssksaartcaa 1ST TsaiXtel kksrssssl rr.u. age British .tide thai mm
-w are. se fsr ss la known tonight thai oaa ""SBsaaiaatos ior toitgrsato ssnwssa eeawsaaj
'mm eutsntarine probably wsa aeetrsraS and many and Noitn u.flca anostkS esses fa m
two of the mea stb want deem. A car- fsewasJ demand waa tsaatt hat notwitk
tt.tstoosent waa isausd By Sscretsry JXE '!Sstg5H
i'VJt2i!'tL . ""' 'ritoa.
jjl fatato i'
Cannot Ba Held Blameble for
Tenor of Diapatcbsts Corn-
plained of by U. S. Inasmuch
as Contents Were Unimown
to Him Declares
Stockholm Public Shows Great
Interest in Statement Regard-
ing Revelations; Incident Ex-
pected to Place Late Cabinet'
in Unfavorable Light.
By Alloc I a lad Press.
Stockholm Bept. tl Baron loweo.
Swedish minuter to Argenans will
be recalled tc.-ordliir to
made to the press tonight by Admiral
Llnlinsn minister of forrign sffalra.
Ths foreign minuter told the news-
paper men that Baron Low an wss not
blsmabie for the tenor of the messages
which passed through ths (wedtoh fcSSba:
Uonn. tent by the German charra By tbs
Berlin rnrelgu offles and aa ba had acted
In good faith and did not know ths sea.
Unit of the dltptirhei. be would not hs
Public Greally lata rested.
Tha public showed great Interest in the
statement of tbe foreign nfflca regtrding
the Swsdtih-Arienllne revelation!.
baring lb dty no otTlclsli or the for-
elgu offlre were avstltble for eaptai lasas
nr opinion on the situation The rah met
was tn sentón from o'clock IB tha atBr?
araoos until I o'clock after which ths
foreign ofTlce commiiincaiioa wss made
It It the general Impression even among
tbe atrongly opposed nnlitlral parties thai
Sweden acted in good ruth in tbe oiatter
or Oerman telegrama but public ..pinion
nevtrthaleii Is ttlrrsd by Ina firt that
telerrarua of German origni were per.
mlite-d to be forwarded wiihout suing t
rricisis ins gay to tas cone.
May Bway Efrrtsre.
eral elections Bow in prorrata.
election! the roniervativei already niivi
loal aevan a eels and tbe toclaliats and
llberali ire gaining tleadlly.
Foreign Minuter I miman tonight skat
the editen of the ftewsDaosra that as
blame could attach to tbe Swedish ratal!-
tor in Argentina who bsd acted in gees)
faun ami was witiinui I now hedge at bm
contonts of tbs cods tslegrams.
Admiral Lintmsn asdsd teat aa amasa
not bs aatoolalaed ur Secretary of hcsh
l anting oaa more documents or a lasntsr
nsturs in tPire. emanating from Ins Eu
ropean tide and in good filth and will
the ronaaut of Greet Britain forwarded to
representative! in South America
N UM II K IS.SI LSI
-I tlkMI.NI Mtl.tltlllM.
tai.S.NIINt INI III! Nl
By associated Presa.
Londoo. Eng.. Bept. II. I be twedial
foreign orrtce srrnriiing to
the Swsditb Argea-
"The Swedish foreign office Bag not rs-
alvsd anv account regarding tha krSBS-
ulaaion .if the leiegrsma mtnfllissfl m Baa
.lamínenla of the gi.vemnienl of the Uw
tod ntaiea and tbs ksrsdlah govemmasl
lharafore Is unable tl present to de térsalas
what lit politlón should bs oti ths SStsS-
Uona opened u by thrte autsoienta.
lual after Uie world war Broke out tha
l w atusa foreign inn. liter etpresssst tato
epiiii.Hi ihtt tie ought to tranamil a Oar-
MSB sBHSTSln .... eriiing Use civil pnpols-
II. n .if lis. i.how the r.irmer isarman
l.irn-aas m the ( ktoBii peomauU af tatoa -
"WttostostatosMsT IP Ifctsr atoBto ifeKI tolM
saVJsi tO tato ltÉMIMsTM OÍ btiM WSir
question of Sweden iaklng osrr ..'TeB
tatlon of say powers' Interests.
asaste sf Hi S. Ml
"As rsgsres has Lulled
Urular. Iba Ualtod statos
iiuittor sen I
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