MEXICAN MAY BE DEPORTED.
Hotel Proprietor Accused of Conducting Immoral Resort.
Sebastiano Carrello, the Mexican proprietor of the Paradiso Hotel, Seventeenth and Holly streets, will be deported unless the department of Justice beings proceedings against him under the Mann White Slave act.
Carrello was running a hotel for Mexicans, where a cabaret was offered, and where American girls were in the habit of participating. He was arrested by M. Arthur Coykendall, immigration agent, who said he was authorized to act under the immigration law, which provides that any foreigner who is found to be conducting an immoral resort may be deported. The case as it now stands is not a judiciary one,. Coykendall can return his man to Mexico without court proceeding.
Charges were made to the police yesterday that Carello had brought girls from Kansas to reside in his resort, which was a mysteriously arranged three-story building. The police had raided Carrello's place several times, but had never been able to substantiate charges against him.
Carrello came here from Garden City, Kas., where he conducted a hotel.