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EL PASO HERALD
El Paso and west Texas partly cloudy; New Mexico
fair; Anions. fair
LATEST NEWS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
SINGLE COPT. FIVE CENTS.
EL PASO. TEXAS. FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 9. 1920.
14 PAGES TODAV
CARRIER DELXVERT. Te & MONTH.
LLA OFFERS TO P
Pesos 68c Mexican gold $50.25; naaonales $28.50;
tar silver domestic 99J-3C foreign 91c; copper 19c;
srain lower livestock- steady; stocks irregular.
OWEN TO EXPOSE
Doesn't Care if the Senate
Fires Office Holders
Active for McAdoo.
HE'S SORE BUT
WON'T GET FAR
uemocrats wm stand l o-
gelher; Pie Counter Clean
ing Due if Cox Wins.
By C. A. MARTIN.
CAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. July 9
ij "nator Robert Latham Owen of
Mat-oma. is eoinsr to officially
co firn what the newspapers said of
i' p feileral employes lobby at the
i emocratic convention in behalf of
V mam GIbba McAdoo. and "Let the
r i.s fall where thev may"
Tb senator is peeved over his own
fai'ure to land the nomination and
charges that "the nominees were die-
at-d by Tammanv Hall the old
Rog-er Sullivan machine of Illinois
pnd b boss Taggart. of Indiana."
Wh'l r pooh-poohs any suggestion
v t he is to quit the partv. he says
i T.iu ne a good tmng to purge tee
pT. of the activities of the federal
-ff'ce holders.' and he means to ex-
roe their activity here regardless
' the effect it may have upon the
-Kcess of the party this fall.
Going to Give Names.
He asserts that 266 federal em-
Pjot s or officials were active in the
a t terr pt to nominate McAdoo and
sa8 be has their names and will
t ate them public on the floor of
be senate at the first opportunity
and ask for their publication in the
The senate -will be left to take
whatever action It chooses and
the senator frankly says be does
net care If the Republican ma-
jority orders the entire bunch
Senator Owen Is the only candidate
n. itn a sore spot left who has aired
h's soreness Palmer and his sup-
porters were sore there is no doubt
cf that but ther did not talk. Pal-
mar is a politician who has been used
o defeat as well as v ctories mostly;
defeats for he is a Democratic poll- !
Titia- In Republican Fenns- ivania
3T d he knows how to accept licking
" ah good prace. McAdoo nas con-
'endeo all along that he didn't want
-be nomination so nas no kick com-
9 KICK COm- I
nv of the other? so they got all
1 rv -ip-cted. which was a compli-
i lenta-v vote in the convention.
Br an is of course sore over the
Wat of aTl his planks and senator
-w f" averts that Bryan will sign a
-ousd robin which he Owen. Is go-
n to prepare for the signature of
lartr. 3eade protesting that the
oniiration of Cox was put over by
fhe most corrupt influence within the
Tenocratic party. This round-robin
to be presented to the senate along
-. th he names of the 206 federal
fie als who were so active in be-
no f of McAdoo
Protest Will Avail XJttle. '
The proiest of tfte Oklahoma senator
jU have little effect on the party
for from all outward appearances.
ihe convention was well satisfied
ih Its work and the delegates left
an Francisco in 90 cases out of !.
pefectlv satisfied with the result
ad apparently confident of victory
hi fall Sav what you please but
1 k iow the Democratic delegates left
-ith a better taste in their mouths
-r the nomination of Cox than the
Republicans did when they left Chi-
cago While there was bitterness
hre betw een the various factions
hack ng Cox. .Palmer and McAdoo
It was rot a bitter as the hatred
tngenaerea at Chicago between the
a snorters of "Wood. Lowden and
Jonteon. Not a delegate left San
- ranc'jtco as sore as the Johrson or
Wood delegates left Chicago. These
sore spots are going to be ironed out
n both parties within the next few
months and ve-y little of it will show
up in the fall election and even less
of it among the Democrats than
among the Republicans. I feel con-
Most Delegates Pleased.
I made it a business to circulate
among the Democratic delegates who
supported McAdoo and Palmer after
tie nomination of Cox here it was
(Continued on page 3. column 1.)
Devotion To McAdoo And Johnson
At Big . Conventions Shows Great
Similarity Declares Lawrence
By DVVJD LiWBICE.
SAN FRANCISCO CallL July 9. aU over now and neither McAdoo nor
Though the differences between Hiram Johnson can be the beneficiary
the Republican and the Demo
cratic conventions be few they are
nevertheless worth analysing Emo-
tionalism reached Its peak In the dis-
cussion of politics here and in the
almost fanatical loyalty with which
tne supporters of McAdoo refused to
a-cept his declination to be candidate
?nd carried his name through a
m.ghiy battle because he seemed to
embody the vision of a Wilson and
he aggressiveness of a Roosevelt. Its
"The Joyous Troublemakers"
XV iiram Farnum.
The Love Expert" Constance
"Bab' Candidate." Corinne Grif-
(Read Amusement Ads on Page Ij.)
The Great Powers
Allied Occupation Threat
Forces Germans To Accept
Written Protest Declaring Stipulations of Versailles
Treaty Are Being Exceeded by Allied Eepresentatives
Is Filed by Fehrenbach; Eeduction of Forces and
Surrender of Arms Is Provided in Agreement.
SPA. Belgium. July 9 By the As-
sociated Press.) Germany's dele-
gates filmed at 11 4S oclock this
morning an engagement accepting- the
terms of the allied note rlafivA tn
disarmament presented yesterday
Tills action was taken under protest
by the German representatives.
The allied note demanded that the
Germans accept the terms presented
by noon today and stipulated that if
the Germans failed to carry out the
provisions of the demands allied
forces would occupy parts of Ger-
many. The Germans protested that the
Versailles treaty did not oblige them
to acquiesce in further territorial oc-
cupations except for failure to fulfil
the treaty terms regarding- repara-
tions. Protest In Writing.
The German cabinet unanimously
decided to obey the allied demand
early this morning The vote was
taken after a telephonic communica-
tion with reichstag leaders In Berlin.
The German protest was submitted
in wrttine. In it the delegates denied
authority to consent to occupation
01 uerman territory except as pro
vided for In the treaty of Versailles
I The allied disarmament note was
cvoununtcsieQ u? cerun eariy in me
McAdoo Denounces Use Of
Money In President's Race
Repudiation Of La Follette By
Single Taxers Obstacle
CHICAGO HL July 9-Efforts to se-
l. cure endorsement by the commit
tee of 45 of the plank favoring
American aid toward irtsa wtu
'T" '"" m myw -!. .-
continued despite- f. aAvnEse r
A majority of the M.ws persons
voting on the recent referendum reg-
istered opposition to planks submit-
ted on foreign relations particularly
the Irish Russian and Mexican ques-
tions. The rejection by single taxers of
senator LaFollette as a presidential
candidate may result tn an announce-
ment of two presidential tickets. La-
Follette led in the poll taken by mem-
bers of the committee t 48 but single
taxers here for their meeting ex-
pressed strong opposition.
The convention will be called to or-
der tomorrow by Alien McCurdy of
New York who will deliver the key-
Single Taxers May Bolt.
Flans for one united third party.
with candidates for president and vice
president in the field received a set-
back yesterday when single tax party
members announced they would not
support senator Robert M. LaFollette
who is expected to be the choice of
the other groups.
The single taxers who arrived yes-
terday to prepare for their convention
which opens Saturday declared they
would bolt and combine and nomi-
nate a separate ticket if the majority
While the single taxers were threat-
ening to present their own ticket.
Amos Pinehot and George L. Record
of the committee of 48. were in Madi-
son. Wis conferring with LaFollette.
who has received a majority of a
mail straw vote of the party.
The committee of 48 and single tax
conventions open Saturday and on
Sunday the labor party of the United
States another prospective member of
the proposed third party combina-
tion meets here. The national Non-
partisan League triple alliance of the
Northwest. National People's League
of Minnesota. World War Veterans
and National Public Ownership League
(Continued on page column 3.)
of a nost mortem but there is
striking similarity between the devo-
tion of the folks who worshipped
Hiram Johnson and the folks who
fought valiantly for McAdoo At Chi-
cago the idealists weren't even given
a hearing They were bluntly shoved
aside and outwitted by the master
strategists. At San Francisco the
idealists were listened to and then
Few men In recent years have suc-
ceeded In kindling the emotion to
which William Jennings Bryan set
fire in the Democratic convention. Hi-
ram Johnson sat by admiring the re-
ception that a California audience
gave to a man who made his appeal
on a moral issue but cruel and unre-
lenting political expediency sent Bry-
an to defeat within a few minutes af-
ter the delegates and the galleries
had ceased cheering. They accepted
hie doctrine but not his frank sug-
gestion that the convention go on
record as it bad cheered.
Bryan Feels Humiliated
William Jennings Bryai is grieved
and humiliated. His friends see the
cged commoner disappointed not be-
cause he wasn't selected for the presi-
dency as so many people have insis-
ted was bis ambition bat downcast
in the hour of his greatest triumph
the ratification of the prohibition
(Continued on page S. column 5.)
day by cbaneelor Fehrenbach's re-
quest with the direction that it be
submitted to the reichstag and to
the leaders of all the parties whether
supporters of the government or the
opposition. Herr Fehrenbach asked
for the view of the reichstag and the
party leaders but said that the de-
cision would rest with the cabinet
now at Spa.
Terms of Ultimatum.
First Imaiedlatelv disarm Mrtaln
of its forces including the security
Second Publish a proclamation
asking for the immediate surrender
of all weapons and firearms in the
hands of the civilian population.
Third Abolish immediately com-
Fourth Surrender to the allies ail
arms puna and cannon above the
limit fixed bv the treatv of Ver
The anted decision concern lac dis
If on October 1 the German srnrr
is not reduced to ISO. the allies
will proceed to occupy German terri-
tory in the Ruhr or any other part
oi uennaa territory ana win not
evacuate it until all tie conditions of
the present agreement have been ful-
NEW TORK. July 9. William G
McAdoo. speaking at the dinner
of the national league of Ma-
sonic clubs here last night declared
"there Is no menace so great to our
nation as the corrupt use of money
for campaign purposes."
I was secretary of the treasury
for six years and know the harm that
is done by the misuse of money in
this way." he said. "T am not taJkinc
about Republicans alone but Demo-
crats as well for they all look alike
to me when they are guilty of spend
ing money m tse manner indicated."
Mr McAdoo declared camnaign
contributors would seek tbefr reward
In various ways one of which was
I the reduction of duty on imports. He
pointed out that a iraction or a cent
reduction would run into big figures.
Praises Senate Probe.
Mr McAdoo said tfeat "as an Amer-
election to which W wtffW TTIPStoV-
rexer. The appointment of the sen-
ate committee to Investigate cam-
paign expenditures he declared was
one of the few "intelligent things the
senate ever did."
There is one thing America can
never stand for. he continued and
that is the purchase of the presidency
of the United States."
"In my opinion the election law
should be changed b$ said. The
expenses for running the national
elections should be paid out of the
national treasury and If this were
done the cost would be infinitely
less. It would be reduced one fifth.
The money should be taken from the
federal treasury and the law should
prescribe specifically how the money
should be spent.
"It then would be out of the ques-
tion to pass laws for crooked poli-
ticians who have to be repaid in some
way for the moneys they have ad-
vanced for some candidate's campaign-"
Presidential Primary Urged.
He urged a nation wide presiden-
tial primary at which nominees
would be selected without the aid of
The presidential preliminary in va-
rious states daring the recent cam-
paign he declared were a disgrace
to the nation. He proposed that nom-
inations be made In the national con-
ventions by plurality vote instead of
the two thirds vote of the Demo-
crats and the majority vote of the
Republicans. To make this success-
ful he asserted national politics
must first be purified.
The nominee must be the nomi-
nee of the people not of the bosses"
Mr. McAdoo saUL "The nominee of
the future must not be the selection
of a bossed convention. The dele-
gates mast really represent the peo-
ple so that the candidate can go for-
ward and make a fight for the peo-
ple." League Only Hope for Peace.
Mr McAdoo said the only method
of preserving peace is the adoption of
a league of nations and sooner or
later America will see it in its prop-
In .order to 'stabilize conditions in
the central powers. It is necessary.
be asserted to aid In curbing eco-
nomic boycotts directed against those
nations. This would also serve to
promote domestic tranquillity.
Let us all remember he added.
"we have a constitution and all
America reveres it even with the
eighteenth amendment. We love the
American constitution and we ac-
El Paso Herald as
El Paso's Representative
SW Fit AN CI SCO Calif.. July 0-
Newspaper men from all over
the country were "talMnc
ah op In the lobby of the St.
Someone saldt "Some of the so-
called 'country dafile are better
papers than the socalled 'metro-
politan dallies considering the
population they serve.
"What do you fellows call a
country dally f asked K. K. Col-
lins managlnc editor of the Los
Some said any dally In a city
under 100000 people; some con-
fined the classification to cities
of 23000 or less.
I don't know what you call a
country paperwe are not de-
cided;" continued. Collins "bat I
want to say thlst TiIE L PASO
HERALD IS THE BEST EUS-
PArER IN THE WORLD FOR A
CITY THE SIZE JF EL PASO.'
That gom from me anywhere any
time and you can quote me as
Fiumians Are Tired
of Poet Dictator;'
Ask Little Prose
FIUME July 9 (By the- Asso-
ciated Press.) Repudiation of
Gabriele d'nnunzios authority
as commander In Fiume was
voiced by a group of influential
Fiumians who sent a protest to-
dtv to the national council. Dr
Antonio Grossich the president of
the council promised to take up
the matter with the poet-
OF POLAND TO
Drastic Step Ordered By Coun-
cil As Red Hordes Break
LONDON. Bug. July . It Is the In-
tention of Poland to move her
seat of government from War-
saw according- to statements printed
by the German press quoted tn a
wireless message from Berlin today.
The occupation of the town of
Staro-Krontantinoff about 4 miles
from the Galican border opposite
Tarapol. by Bolshevik forces. Is an-
nounced In Thursday's official com-
munique from Moscow received by
wireless today It states the town
was taken on Wednesday after fierce
In the direction of Sarny on the
Koel railway the soviet trooT the
statement says are conttnulni to ad-
vance. Reds Flood Into Lithuania.
Warsaw Poland. July 9 (By the
Associated Press). Russian Bolshe-
vik forces have broken through
are Polish lines south ox the
Dvina river in a drive designed to
overrun Lithuania and form a con
tact with east Prussia according to
an official statement issued here late
TWO KILLED IN
Accommodation Collides With
PHOENIX ArfcL July 9 Two were
killed and six or eight injured in
a collision of a southbound Santa
Te Prescott A Phoenix passenger
train ana a nortnoouna canuuoupe
exoress train between Kirk bind and
Hillside Ariz. at 6 30 oclock this
morning according to reports re-
ceived here. Names of the dead and
injured bad not yet been received at
the Santa Fe offices.
The injured were taken to a hos-
pital in Prescott. Most of them were
believed to be passengers. One of
the dead was a brakeman on the
cantaloupe train. Reports received
here said the baggage car on the pas-
senger train was splintered in the
crash. It was a combination car
containing a passenger compartment.
Jack Johnson Offers
to Return to U. 5.
Los Angeles Calif.. July 9. Jack
Johnson former heavyweight cham-
pion pugilist now a fugitive from
American justice in a long distance
telephone call today from Tiajuana
Lower California offered to surren-
der himself to federal authorities if
accorded certain privileges.
WHEAT PRODUCTION SET
AT S09.000.000 BUSHELS
Washington. D C July 9 Wheat
production this year will be SOt.WO-
00 bushels the department of agri-
culture forecast today basing its
estimate on the condition July 1 of
the combined winter and spring wheat
Production of corn was forecast at
2779.660900 pusaels and the area
planted this year announced at 103-
Production- All wheat 809600.000
bushels. Corn 2 779000.000 bushels.
Acreage corn 103.C48.666.
Other forecasts are Winter wheat.
bIS.606060 bushels. Spring wheat
291.000.000 bushels oats 1 322.060.006
bushels. barte 193000 000 rye 82.-600600.
500000 JKDD1TI0IIS TO BE IUDE
TO SANATORIUM; START AT ONCE
ADDITIONS costing J500.000 are to
be made to the Baptist sana-
torium six miles northeast of El
Paso beginning within th- next few
weeks. It was announced at the cham-
ber of commerce Friday Bids will be
opened July 19 on construction work
that will cost about $20.000. The re-
maining JSOe.OOO worth of work is to
be done within three years Funds are
on hand now for $200000 worth of the
work. Next year. $200 000 more will
bexavallable and the third year $109-
4MM more will be ready for use.
The additions to the sanatorium
to be made at once Include 11 build-
ings. There is one building on the
site now which along with other im-
provements is worth about $75000.
There are 22 patients at the sanato-
rium and the new buildings will ac-
commodate 100 additional patients.
There will also be accommodations
for officials and servants
Cover UIb Area.
The buildings when completed will
cover an area about 700 by 1000 feet.
All will be constiucted of field stone
and cohered with stucco The highest
type of construction will be used and
the finest of architectural designs are
to be used. All the stone in the build-
ings will be taken from the locality as
Greece On Turkey
TO DEATH WITH
Maintains to Last Killing
of Armour Acci-
dental. "NOTHING TO SAY?
ARE LAST WORDS
Prisoners Mae Up Purse
for the Casket and
SANTA FE; N. M July 9. Sustained
to the end by the same stoical
spirit that he has shown since he
was brought to Santa Fe on a cot
In January. 191?. suffering from a
self inflicted shot gun wound In the
throat. Elbert W. Blancett mounted
the scaffold at sunrise here today and
was executed without dtsplav of a
trace of weakness. He was hanged
for the murder of Clyde D. Armour
of Sioux City Iowa in the upper
part of Santa Fe county on October
The trap was sprung at 5 20 but
Dr. David Knapp county physician
and W. E- Ficke penitentiary physi-
cian did not pronounce him dead for
ten minutes. Thev said that for elcht
mmetes his puise did not miss a beat.
It is Relieved that the fall did not
break his neck.
Makes No Statement.
With Fr Hen it Le Gntllon at his
side he ascended the scaffold stair
with firm step his hands had been
shackled to his sides. In the jail of-
fice lust a minute before when
sheriff George W. AnnUo finished
reading- the death warrant. fter
Blancett had knelt on the scaffold
for the last moment of service sheriff
Armijo maul red. "Have you anythlnsr
to say?" Standing erect and looking
down upon the small gathering.
Blancett responded. T have nothing
to say." There was not a quiver
in nis voice.
He said on the witness stand that
his kjjllncr of Armour was accidental
and on the brink of death he had no
other statement to make.
Wednesday nfebt the prisoner slept
all night so the death watch re-
ported. K considerable part of yes-
terday and until 13 oclock last night
be spent in writing letters. When
wanuQ KKiei urui ana assistant
4mtsH FjtDogaa woj
Xahnat BHnrnrnt. he was
nc bis letter wrnjng ana ap eerareo
he wogid spend the remainder of the
night reading. He then lay down but
made no attempt to sleep. He ate a
hearty sapper last nivht Dugan said.
and appeared to relish his meal.
His mother. Mrs. Charles Baker of
Friday Harbor wastw paid her lare-
well visit to him yesterday leaving
about S oclock.
Prisoners Pay For FnaeraL
The prisoners at the penitentiary
where Blancett had been confined
since Jsnnarv IS. 1917. made un a
purse of 375 for a casket and 3 S6
for flowers. This offering was made
for tne reason that the motner
Blancett's attorney carried the case
through the trial tn the district court
the appeal through the New Mexico
supreme court ana to vie uniiea
States suoreme court without re
muneration except a small retainer
that was paid In the beginning.
The funeral service was at T oclock
and Interment was made In Rosalto
cemetery. Mrs. Baker left at S oclock
for her home In Friday Harbor.
Testtrday afternoon Fr. Le Gufllon
telegraphed un eleventh hour appeal
to governor Larraxolo at Las Vegas
asking that the death sentence be
commuted to life imprisonment. He
declared he was in position to knew
that it would be an injustice to hang
Blancett. Governor Larrazolo replied
that it would bo necessary for Justice
to take its course.
Blancett was born in Aztec. San
Juan county. New Mexico January
H 189s. He was graduated irom tne
Fridav Harbor high school in 1914.
He was baptized and received into the
Roman Catholic enurcn more uian
two vears ago His final confession
was made to Fr. Le Guillon yester-
Clyde D. Armour was 32 years of
age and unmarried.
Blancett's long fight for his life.
In which he was aided by the pleas
of his mother ei-ded in failure yes-
terday when gov -rzor Larrazolo re-
fused his attorneys petition for a 90
dv renrleve. Blancetfs attorney
sought the reprieve to permit time for
demned man's sanity
of the con-
a. measure of both economy and artis
tic effect. Native stone makes the
buildings fit in with the surroundings
The eleven buildings In the new
group will be as follows The present
old club building will be remodeled
to be used for administration which
will in effect amount to a new build-
ing a woman's building three men's
buildings a medical building all of
these comprising a group enclosing
three patios a nurses home a super-
intendent's house a medical director's
house a power house and a garage.
Include big X-Ray Room.
The architects who designed the
buildings are Richard E. Schmidt and
Garden & Martin. They were assisted
by Lehman & Wuehrmann.
The additions are to include an en-
largement of the X-ray room which
will make it one the largest and most
modern in the country The new sana-
torium means that about 12S tuber-
losls patients can be taken care of
and later additions will care for still
The chamber of commerce is large-
ly responsible for the hospital being
hee as it arranged for the purchase
of the site and for several El Pasoans
to underwrite the proposition.
New Revolution Is
Mere 50 to I Shot
Says Mexican Ruler
EXICO CITY Max- July 9
Five generals have taken up
arms attains t the new Mexican
government provisional president
de la Huerta told foreign corre-
spondents last night but he de-
clared they did not constitute a
military menace since they bad
but very few followers. He esti-
mated that not more than 560 men
had been involved in recent out-
breaks. He asserted the army had been
reorganized that unstable forces
could not shake the administra-
tion. The Carranxa government"
said de la Huerta laughing "stood
for more than four years against
a force of over 25000 rebels and
there Is no reason why the present
government cannot contend with
less than 500 "
New Legislation To Grant Pre-
emption Rights To Pres-
MEXICO CITS: Hex July 9. Ar-
ticle 27. of the Mexican consUtn-
uod. wnicn nationalizes neiro-
leum deposits will be sustained theo
retically but all decrees issued by
former president Carranxa prejudic-
ing prior rights of petroleum owners
win ne abrogated oy a presidential
decree to be issued shortlv. Provi-
sional president Adolfo de la Huerta
made this statement to foreign cor-
respondents laflt night:
"Oil men wil be given the right to
preempt petroleum claims within
five years but once preemption is
made they will have an inderinKe
time within which to drill.' the pro-
visional president said.
While the nation will tell oil men
that it owns the petroleum in the
subsoil. he said "what difference
will it make when the government
eeds to operators the right to ex
tract this oil and dispose of it at
their pleasure? it is merely a ques-
tion of name. The substantial rights
of owners wiU be safeguarded-"
The projected decree will protect
prior owners by forbidding outsiders
preempting the former's property
and. further all such previous ac
tions by outsider interfering with
prior rights will be abrogated said
the provisional president. He de-
clared he would present legislation
te this effect to the new ouuaroes
Lwhen. - it .meets te' Septebe After
I tk4 ik. mullai i iiitHiliii In Sfcfr -
W M9 we nasi III IJ.
The provisional president received
etgnt rtortn American ana uriusn i
correspondents ana spoke rrom nis i
sick bed. It was the first interview
ae has grven since during a banquet !
to zoreign correspondents ne was
taken ill while giving a dramatic re-
cital of his break with Carranza.
ADCLUB TO JOIN ROTARY
IN GIVING AID TO FARMERS
The El Paso Adclab will foster and
advertise the movement to aid valley
farmers with their cotton crops ac-
cording to plans made at the weekly
luncheon Fjiday at the chamber of
commerce. The movement was start-
ed by James A. Dick of the Rotary
clnb who was made chairman of a
joint committee of the Rotary and
Adclubs to formulate plans whereby
volunteer workers may be obtained
to devote a part of their Saturday
afternoons or Sundays to assisting
Julius Krakauer spoke on the need
of the co-operation of the employer
with his employes. He said that
often businesses were not successful
because the employes were only ma-
chines without any knowledge of or
interest in the business as a whole.
Mrs. Ralph Henderson gave two vi-
olin sols acompanied by Mrs. W. R.
FOREST FIRES CAUSE NEW
HEAT RECORD AT N0GALES
N'ogalos Aria July . Eorest tires
which broke oat in five different sec-
tions near here yesterday eansed the
thermometer to climb to 130 degrees
in the shade the hisheat marie ever
recorded at Xogales. The supply of
electric fans soon was exhausted.
There is no suffering except among
YOU MAY ASSIST TO CITE
CL.OUDCROFT A rUlUKUUU
dondcroft la soon to have a play
ground for the little children. There
are already tennis courts. ball
grounds golf links and places to
dance bnt nntil now the children
have had nothing special provided for
them except the captive deer and their
always interesting families. Last
winter somebody set the deer loose
and no the children were left to
amuse themsaie ae beet they coaid.
J F Cole; aid F. K. Bnnter. of the
Clondcrcft directory are collecting a
fund from friends of Ckradcrott
which will be used to buy and erect
a playground apparatus of the most
approved kind durable and safe.
There will be swings slides teeters
gymnastic apparatus and whatever
else can be afforded at this time.
Persons disposed to assist this pro-
ject are invited to send contributions
to either of the men named inasmuch
as it is impossible to visit everyone
in person and accomplish anything
during this season.
Sing the Doxology
Fellers fSall Gone
WASHINGTON. D C July
The Glytyrrhlxae Aromatlcum
highball is doomed the Leven-
dulae Compos ita cocktail is banned
John F Kramer federal prohi-
bition commissioner dealt a bod
blow to no less tban 20 concoc-
tions easy of access at any drug
store and which were capable of
inspiring the Imbiber to such anti-
quated songs as 'It's Always Fair
Weather" and 'Another Little
Drink Won't Do Cs Any Harm."
Kramer ruled that drug stores
selling these tinctures elixirs and
compounds would have to take out
the regulation permit to handle
Intoxicants and that purchasers
would have to be armed with
BANDIT CHIEF WOULD
ENTER PRIVATE LIFE
IF DEMANDS ARE M
Would Eetain Army of 500 Men to Crush Uprisings and
Make State "Safest in Eepublic"; Pledges Allegiance
to de la Huerta Government in Exchange for Guar-
antees and Grant of Large Tract of Land in North.
Pesqueira Made Fiscal
Agent for Mexico for
Entire United States
Roberto V Pesqueira an important
factor in the establishment of the
Mexican de facto government and
who has been in El Paso as the
financial agent for the government
along the border has been appointed
Mexican financial agent for the en-
tire United States.
Official notification of Mr. Pes-
queira's appointment to this impor-
tant post was received Friday by
Lais Xontes de Oca Mexican consul
a-eneral here. Mr. Pesqueira will now
have supervision over all expendi-
tures made by the de facto govern-
ment in the United States.
According to Mr. Montes de Oca
Mr. Pesoueira will maintain offices
both at New York and SI Paso and
will divide his time between the two
cities in order personally to super-
vise the work under his direction He
is now in Mexico City.
B0NILLAS PREDICTS NEW
REVOLUTION IN MEXICO
Washington. D. C July 9 A con-
flict of irreconcilable elements that
makes up the present regime in Mexi-
co Is certain to break out in the near
future. Irnacio Bonillas former Mexi
can ambassador to the United States
declared here today in discussing
Mexican affairs and the recent revo-
lution. Mr Bonillas said that while
Obregon was a strong' man he was
not strong enough to hold power in
Mexico during a protracted period of
REVOLTS ENGINEERED BY
CRIMINALS SATS OBREGON
Xogales Artx July 5. Gen. Alvaro
Obregon in a statement here yester-
day regarding reports of revolts in
parts of Mexico against the de facto
government said the revolting sen-
erals are former Carranza. adherents
who fear punshiment by the present
government on graft charge.
ine re-vonsw tne general sua. v
confined to two or three local seHt fewer nniis-CeL M. Salinas T
Uons and are regarded as a bluff.
preceding- flight of the revolting par-
ties to the mountains as fugitives
GALL FOR LE.4GUEIGREEKS OCCUPY
Washington D. C July 9. The call
to be issued by president Wilson for
the first meetinc of the assembly of
the league of nations in November
is now in preparation it was said to-
day at the state department and will
be issued In a short time.
It Is understood that the meeting
will be either at Geneva or Brussels.
NEW YORK WOOL GROWERS
POOL TO HOLD 1920 CLIP
Syracuse N. T.. July 9 Because
there is no justification in the present
low market for raw wool in the opin-
ion of its officials and members the
New York state federation of county
sheep growers cooperative associa-
tions at a session here yesterday
adopted a resolution recommending
tnat the 1920 clip ox its members be
pooled and held for a more favorable
market. The decision was unanimous
with 20 to 35 associations represented.
By this action. 1.250.000 pounds of
raw wool will be pooled and held for
a satisfactory market.
FHKLAX SEEKS NOMATIOX.
San Francisco. Calif.. July 9 An-
nouncement that papers placing him
in nomination to succeed himself
were being prepared was made for
United States senator James TX Phe-
lan. by bis secretary here yesterday.
Senator Phelaa is a Democrat.
Delegates To Convention Which
Helped Oust Reed Paid Expenses
pT LOUIS Mo- July 9. Delegates
O to the Missouri Democratic con-
ention which helped oust sena-
tor James Heed from his national
convention seat were supplied ex-
pense nione by two factions one
rfavorable to attorney general A-
Mitchell palmer a. ad to the other gov-
ernor Co. according to witnesses to-
day before the senate committee in-
vestigating campaign expenditures.
Senator Reed a member of the
hearings here today took no part in
senate committee which resumed
toda s session other than to be pres-
ent in order to complete a quorum
Patrick ONeilL member of the
Democratic city committee and a
delegate to the convention told the
committee he was given a check for
$150 signed bv Goltra. to iav ex
penses to the convention Lawn nee
P. Daly chairman of the city com-
mittee gave him the check he said.
When O'Neill declared be was
"against Coltra" senator Soencer
asked If it "wire t unusual to accept
Coltra's check then1
"No" answered O'Neill. "I thought
the money was subscribed 'Why
shouldn't the Democratic party pay
enry Streutker another citv com
mitteeman taid his check for $14
was given him at committee head-
quarters. He asserted the money did
not pay all expenses and the dele-
The Fat In The Firs
MEXICO CITY Mex July 9 -Frv
dsco Villa tn Ms peace propoa 3
to the government guarantees
that if his conditions are accepted e
will make Chlhuahna the safest stat
in the republic and promises to lp
crush uprisings in other state ac
cording to El Universal today
Villa's terms the newspaper eavs.
include retention by him of the rark
of divisional general which he would
use In policing Chihuahua the a lot
meet of a tract in Chihuahua 'or tKe
nee of his soldiers and the reteit a
of S66 men under his command
Villa promisee allegiance to the
government of president de la Hu"-:a.
and Gen. Obregon and agrees rot to
take the punishment of his ei Tries
into his own bands besides 'fe-isr
to retire from political life esce i
a private citixen
FEDERAL TROOPS ORDERED
TO START AFTER GUAJARD0
Mexican federal troops haw h-en
ordered to the Monclova. Coahu .a
territory to take the field agairt
Gen. Jesus M. Guajardo who with
about 300 men. is said to be marching
in that direction according to n
formation reaching de facto leaders
here late Thursday
Gen. Guajardo it Is said plar-s o
reach the state of Tamaulipas f--r t"-
nurpose of joining his forces w tr-
those of Gen Carlos suna who i f
volted recently against the de facr
government and who was report- i
dead a few days ago.
Villa Is reported to be in he i-
cinity of Parral and Gen Joar n
Amaro who is in charge of field op-
erations against the bandit was re-
ported at Jlrainez Thursdav mm
which point he is keeping even ra i
road communications between l t
hnahua City and Torreon.
VILLISTAS ROUTED SEVERAL
KILLED AND ARMS CAPTURED
Several men are said to have bee
killed including Alfredo Trave-es
fiscal guard in a battle fougM ar
Canyon de Echieeros several da t-
asm between a band of Vni sta3 ai
Vtlliatas were rested by tre fedr..
trodpsv-whieh captured several Ic-s-1
and a quantity of arms t.nd "-
Athens. Greece. July 9 Brtusa s
important Asia Minor city i7 tni es
southeast of Constantinople hs t e
occupied by Grvek forces acorl sg
to reports reaching here.
Turks Grow Panicky.
Constantinople. Turkey Jul - S-
(By the Associated Press Turks ars
beginning to realise the cri cai
situation created by the tnumpa t
Greek advance into An to La and wh c
they regard as a complete rupture '
All newspapers lament a
paxture of Turkasb peace delegate
from Parts and urge a disccont -ance
of Mutapha. Kemal Pasha a rni
tary operations in Asia Minor
There is much speculation as tc t a
measures the entente power" w
take after the Greeks domiiat- t '
Bagdad railway It Is feared that ;vr
Greeks will be gien the mosque
Saint Sofia or even Constannm-
Washington. D C. July 9 Capt
William J Howland. quarts raasW
corps IS ordered from Columbus n
M to Washington D. C Cap Eirr-
Arnson infantry honorab j d -charged.
Camp Stephen D LitM f '
Lieut. Owen Coolidge. infantr- ao
orabdy discharged Camp ta.m. T
Jones. Capt- Charls F Bremer a
quartermaster corps El Paso lo fc
gates had hoped they would fc
"Goltra was against Reed but o
of the delegates who traecd oc i 3
money were for Red." Strutk- -
The committee vesterdav ins
its hearings in Chicago with i e te
timony of Henry Lincoln John---Georgia
negro alleged to haw
ceived J000 London monev wro c
dared supporters of general Leon M
Wood spent more money than pfr
nor Lowden in Georgia and th it i
Democrats spent xrore than bo o
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