El Paso, Texas, April 2 -The presidential train Hrrived nt El Paso at 10 o'clock yesterday morning from San Antonio. A short stop was made at Del Rio, Vanverde county, where nearly the wbole population tumed out to welcome the chief executive. Two little girls presented the president with a large basket of roses, and the public school children presented a written address. The president made a few remarks aud Mr. Wanamaker and Mr. Rusk also spoke. Mexivtuis ia the Procession. When the train arrived at El Paso, Governor Carillo, of the Mexican state of Chihuahua; Miij Gen. Rangel, represeuting the president of Mexico; Mexican customs officers; Gen. McCook, of the United States army, and prominent citizens met the president at the train. A detachment of the Fifth infantry and band, a number of Mexican officflrs with a military baad, and local organizations formed a procession to the Cjurt house, where speaking took place. Spoke in Behalf of Dlaz. Gen. A. J. Malloy made the address of welcome at the court house. Governor Carillo also spoke on behalf of President Diaz, and several others made speeches welcoming the president to the Lone Star state. The president made a brief response, and was heartily applaudeil. The presidential party left for Los Angeles at noon. Tucson, A. T., April 23.- The presidential train arrived here at 8:80, and soon after left for Los Angeles. The president spoke at Deining, N. M.