El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 19, 1913 Page: 1 of 12
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EL PASO TEXAS. SATURDAY. JULY 19. 1913.
PRICE FIVE CENT!
POLICY OF O.S.
tffflLL PROBABLY BE TO lUCt'Ott-
FfjnMC BOTH HCTOtTA AMD UAR-
FAJfBA Aft FACTIONAL C'HfKPH
SPOILS THE HUERTA PROGRAM
BUT nOTiOMATtC METHOD OF
SAYING I "OO TO IT. MAN
GO TO IT. in It
BRYAN HAD TO CANCEL SOME LECTURES
V-knotvlcrigea Mr.kin munition !
Ssarta Aa to lAennlre Hie CIomvL
II Timet Special Cnrrrtpordrnt
w . hi. n. t? Jety i
rawta that kr vjeal.aa aHuadoa la
ark to resjslre has ril attention.
Secretary Bryan today rearranged hp
IMr pnPMl M l I hlB
nailn m during the whole af neat
TW nerloBearaa eenalata In aO what
wax be dear hi Mextce a la Karopc.
hat la what the admlelatratloa aaay
dTH ta da kn It aa a vrbnl
aorl from aahaeaadoe PVIlaan.
WIAKBNBD HI'BRTA'S CAVflB.
It haa become evident that Hnerts
una the diplomats at CM la
eadlap aa Identical lf ta their for-
rrasarst latead af atrartaala tka
fnrmrr. ha bronght the suttee ta a
point nirrr the chaacea are alaaoat
evea that thla mami will declare
hath Haarta sad Carraaaa ta "ha '-
I in n I ehlefa la de rnete central af eer-
tala rraloaa and that aa an. -a the Uni-
ted atatra expeeta each ta conserve the
rtgbta af ferrtanrr la the territory
reatretled by him. That la tka tfvrr.
af what Haarta. aad the ritpiotnatlai
aoa'd far. Aaibaaaader Wllaoa will a
mianl aa that propoaltloa. If. aa ca-
pites' ha ahjerta ta It hla objeetlen
will be aei aird aiara af aa arnomrni
far than asalnai tha plan that warkrt
aa wall while Batrada aad Madrla ware
riKhtina far aupremaer la ITlraraacaa.
after thla fmrnarit had prescribed
l KPRIKK IN WASHINGTON:
Surprise waa esprwaBcd here that Va-
lla Dlaa ahoald withdraw from Mealcaa
pollttca by areeptiag the Japanese mta-
alaa aereaaltatlag hla akaeaee duHna
the pre-eleettea petted. Tha aerloBaly
aerepxed version la that Haerta em-
pert a ta aak aa eleetloa la October la
the event development Indicate that
thla la Hnerta'a plaa the I'alted Btatea
will eertalalr rrHgiUc hath Haerta
d I arraaaa aa faetlaaal eblrla tkere-
raeaalac the paaalhllltr af haelaa
i ei aaalae Haerta an aa elected a real -
t af Mexlra. ReenaTi-ltloa af Carraa-
aad Haerta aa faetlaaal rhlela oald
akeut a diplomat!- altaaMaa that
a railed elertloa af Haerta eaa
aaae. Saeb rrroaalflon would prove
the Mexlraa leadera waa irlumphanl.
tke event tkal Haerta akoald he the
aaahaat aaa the I alted Htatee
aald he la ao warae roadttina tha a
ere the great pawera af KaVoae whea
Ilea; Peter of Herrta. wha waa aceueed
aaaatalaatlaa; hla prreeeaaar aa tha
raae to firmly ratahltahad klaaaelf
kat tke pawera were nltlaaatelr tarred
alve klm reeoaaltlon. wklrk tkey
aid tber woald arvrr aorard. la fact
I alted atatea would aat he la aa
raaharraaalaa altltadr at all for tke re
eoaraltlaa of faetlaaal rfclefa la aa laa
I la a dlplaaaatlp war -tio It maa It
I ro pounded by Ixndon Papnr Re-
Xnrdina; Huerta Rxoffnltlon.
Bt Th Atotiatr4 Prttt
London JuVy II. The Dally Nawa
In aa editorial today aak why tha
powers which dealt In a harsh man-
ner with them retTlclda Servian gov-
ernment and the Portuguese republic
and even now refuse to recognise tba
Chinese republic should be so eager
to get the United 8talea to bleas
Head of Mexican National Railway
s-t-m IX-part for New York.
Hy The .tMorlsIM frttt
Mexico City. July II. B. N. Brown
president of the National Railways of
Mexico left hare tonight for Now
York where he should arrive about
The directors of the railway still
are endeavoring to Induce Mr Brown
to withdraw his resignation but Mr.
Brown aays It Is Irrevocable.
BATTLE OR JIMENEZ
f ederala were IMifesUed and Priaunees
Were t arried a Maiaworoa.
ii 1 ni 4aeratcd Praa
Matamoroa. Max. July II. News
received here loda ' confirm reports
uf s battle yrsterday al J I manes. Tarn.
between ..iut ulloihaltste aad rad-
erala The federals were defeated.
Mxty prlaonrrs are being brought to
MalamoPya. Near waa received to-
day uf an engagement between Federal-
and rebel at Fernando la which
ike Kedernln were said to have rout-
ed the ronstiiulloneileia That has
pMOKKLEMH POWDER bElZCD.
Enough lo I oad lift) ThXMtaaind
l artrtilgea lor I uontltadiiMuilaata.
Hy r Aaeorialrd frm
.aad.. Tea Julv I. Tu hua-
1red and forty pounds of amokeleee
powder. r enough to load M.eM
artrldges. waa seised here today by
!. lb .ward of the tfourtaenth
. avalry The ammunition was packed
in trunks and cuaalgasd lo Hidalgo.
. us nun. man. t keadquatlara.
t l U.M i1 I waVMU.
lu.g. ai- . a ."-. I the CM Abosu
My Ttu aaaavastd "reea
Nugaiaa Arts.. Juij Atpt
Impnrtaat in la HUuilna. The Intra
fell about July 10 The fhiaorn C'nn-
Btllutlonallata aupplled lanr qbknll-
laa of ammunUI'ia for the rampalcn
Kany robbtnB banda nf both In-
diana and Mexican were reported op-
erattaff In tha Taqul valley and nmith
era Honnra. Tha handlta i ailed them -nelvra
Conatltutlonallata. the refniter
ti t Mf)N n.A kpimidk.
In. id. -i In Ktplaincd an NnUilntT
Worae Than Juvrallr Prrlak.
Mm Tha ilaatlatrd iVeaa
Turaon. Aria July 1 . Tha Fourth
or July Intaraattonal flac Incident
hare waa mlnlmland by ad Invaatifru.-
ti.iii complated today by Fradcrlck
Slmplrh American conaular agant of
No(alaa Bonora. The haullac down
of a Mexican fine from tha Mexican
tonaulata wax deacfibed ax a "Juvenile
prank" by official hare wfiora Mr.
Hlmptch intervlawad. It devalopad
that tha mayor Informally had ex-
pressed rasTet to tha Mexican conaul.
Tha lne)ulry arap ordered by the atata
department In Waahlnn-ton.
BRYAN TAIKH PRKKIjY
09 thr Atraeiatrd Prrat
Waahlnclon July 11. ftecretary
Bryan talked freely with tha ncwa-
paper men today about hla much-dts-cumnad
and crltlclaed plan to apend
hla vacation on the lecture platform.
Ha aald he probably would maka a
little over tltO on each lecture and
addad "when I return I'll tell you Juat
how much I've made."
Mr. Bryan will deliver hla flrat lec-
ture before the Winona. Ind. I'hau-
lauqua aaaembly Sunday afternoon.
1 1 OCT fXCIALI8T8 AND IN-
OU8TRIAJ0 WORKKR8 IN
CITY OP 8EATTIiE.
FROM PACIFIC RESERVE FLEET
Waving V. 8. Hag. They Htormett Ky-N
erythlnc Thai Looked HocUUatic
or I. W. W. In City.
By Ths Assaoiated Prttm
Seattle. Wssh. July 18. A psrty of
L'nlted Ktatea marluea and sailors from
lbs Psrlflc reserve fleet moil of the
allora wearing the name brands or the
cruisers Colorsdo sad Csllfornls started
tonight to "clear up the town." as tbey
expressed It. hy sttseklug Sorlsllsts sud
Industrial Worksrs of the World.
A second psrty of men from the l'a-
clflc reserve fleet attacked the big In-
dustrial Worker.' kdtuarters on Wali
Ington atrest. hi the aouThero psrt of the
city. The contents of the building were
drsgged Into the street snd s bonflrs
awde uf tbsm.
A provost gnaid of fifty men from the
fleet was kurrlsd sskore la order to ar-
rest sll lbs men ashore.
Secretary of the Navy Dsolels wss
dining on lbs cruiser West Virginia the
sural of Admiral Reynolds at the time
the rlotliiK began.
Wavteg V. M. Flaga.
About s dosen mrn-of-warsmsn sll
yoaag. In ths wrecking psrty. wars the
first to get under way. Wsvlag Uultsd
xtatea flaga tbe atoralag party swooped
dowa oa the csrt nsws-stsnd of Mlllsrd
Pries a Socialist orstor St tbe inter
Lsectlou of fourth avenue and Westlske
boulevard. Ike busiest night corner ui
tke city. Tha cart wss bruken to splin-
ters In s momsnt snd tbe big stock of
Socialist papers snd niagsslaes torn snd
thrown Into the stand snd jumped upon.
Tbe mob then ranked to a stors-reom
occupied until recently by the ladus-
trlsl Wnrksrs of ths World st riflb
avenus sear Stswsrt. Ths wreckers
found tke place deserted . tbe tsnsnts
eelallat II ewes. Barters.
Tbey then proceeded to ths Socialist
headquarters oa Fifth svsnus nsar
Stewart siuaabsd In the plats glass front
sod nsllsd Amerlcsa flsgs on tbe front
uf tbe building.
Two policemen antllsd romplarvntly
upon tbs wreckers. Tbe sailors tors ths
signs from tbe front of ths building and
broke them to piece and stsrted to
drsg tbs furniture snd books Into the
strset but the pull emeu etopped them.
There were deasssda tbst tbs lndustrisl
Workers be bssted dawn and s young
civilian la s wklta sslt triad to induce
ike party Is go to the headqusrtsra of
ths Moderats Socialists In sn old cburcb
on olive street nsar Sevsath. Another
seir-apetalsd leader led ths party to-
ward tbs old Unitarian cburcb oa
Sevsntb arsaus sssr I'alon strset
which has last been vacated by lbs
II sd seals
t'rltietaad the Mayer.
Aa the bstsI mes were crossing Ptks
street st Math they ware oversaulej by
sa aatsenobile full .if pellceavea. beaded
by a big eapule who tuld tha sailers
that If they did sot disperse hs weald
arrant every eaa af them Tha pollre-
msa by oxsaesverlng separated ths sssa
In uniform and scattered them. No
bandllag of these wss asceeeary. Tha
ansa abas tad lo tka police: "Tear mayor
won I da aaylhlag U protect the flag sa
ws ars aaviag year city."
A yeaag rtvUkiB who had base aa-
dssverlBg to tacit the saliora. kept
shoaling tu Ihsm lo HUo sad gel Msyor
Ke arrests wsrs mads
Tbe mob fu rased la the sorts part of
tha pity sfter n hsd bsea dlaperasd aad
ajrnt hack to Sortallel headqeartere oa
rtftn avsaua aad sacked in place. d
treyiwg las faruHurs sad a ISrgs waa-
tlly af scisllst lllersiurs
. THREE YEARS DHV.
RtMWKLL UtM WET
sip ras A ted rVass
d RasweU. M. M . July II Af. 4-
tar three year of prohlbitloa. a
thla city today whea (ha local
option quaes kua was voted oa.
cast 1. tag vetaa. Ike town gulag
e wet by a maksritt It
was oats af Ike kardeat fought
e eiactbeaa aver bold la tka state
WAN THK aCHKMR OF MARTIN
M I I II l I AH IT WAS rtl'l.
TRATRD IN tMT.
HIVE Hi DESERT LABOR MEN
nun OVKR AND NCPPORT THK
l-OMCTBR ADVOCATED BY
EXCUSED YESTERDAY UNTIL MONDAY
Priacei nf lnhhytaia firrma Weary
ARar Bee of Strrnuoun tirlll-
ln by ConunlUee.
Bp Thr Assechfteg frrs
Washington. July II Martin M.
Mulhall gave the senate lobby Investi-
gating committee his stnry of hla ef-
fort In HOT to bribe Samuel Oompers
to deaert tha cause nf labor and sup-
port the pollrle advocated by the Na-
tional Aaaoclatlon of Manufacturers.
He admitted he hsd no positive In-
formation that an attempt to bribe
Oompers actually had been made; but
he aald Athertnn Brownell of Nsw
York had outlined the plans to him
and had told him what was to be
Mulhall Waa Ext-uaed.
Mulhall wJEeajruseri late this after-
noon until napnday morning claiming
that he waa tired after a week of con-
tinuous testimony. The committee
held a session tonight to hear the tes-
timony of 8. W. Mc"lnve of Paterson.
N. J . now a candidate for congress
and with whom Mulhsll claimed he
worked throughout the campaign of
1110 when McClave was running
against William Hughes.
The committee opened the Oompers
Incident today when newspaper clip
pings appeared showing that Oompers
had made the bribery charges befors
a court In 1101 and that President
Van Cleave of the manufacturers' as
sociation had denied all connection
with them. Mulhall said he had been
referred by Van Cleave and Schwedt
man to Mr. Brownell In New York
who claimed to be conducting a pub-
licity bureau for the aaaoclatlon.
Oct the Labor Leaders.
Brownell told him. he said that a
man named Brandenberg waa follow
ing Oompers; that they had a plan
fixed up by which they expected to
get tbe labor leadera; and thai they
wero positive they could not fall. Mul-
hall said he warned them they would
not succeed and later advised Van
Cleave tu iha.aaume effect '
Van Clem c left New York suddenly
the wltneaa aald after telling him he
had nearly "fallen Into trap."
"He said they wanted him to go
down to meet those people but he got
a tip not to go" added Mulhall. "Ha
told me he thought Brownell had more
sense than to go Into a trap of that
Force Uonipera to Sign.
This was the extent of Mulhall's
knowledge of the affair but he In
sisted from his previous knowledge of
the arratr that a plan had been on
foot to force Oompers to sign a docu-
ment that would Insure his future ac-
tivate Proceedings were running smoothly
when Robert McCarter attorney for
the manufacturers' aaaoclatlon tried
to Interrupt and aak him a question.
The committee thus far has permitted
no questioning by outside attorneya.
"I refuse to answer any questions
from that man" shouted Mulhall
"further I want to tell the committee
that those men at that table have kept
someone there continually to stare at
me while I have been questioned I
think It la a contemptible trick. The
ex-presldent (John Klrby Jr i relieved
Mr. Emery at the Job a little while
W'luieaaew Are Intimidated
Members of the committee tried to
soothe the wltneaa and acting Chair-
man Bankhead mildly suggested that
Mulhall look at him Instead of at ils
antagonists. Mulhall admitted he
was somswhat nsrvous but Insisted
that witnesses have been Intimidated
since they were brought to Waehlng-
taa "outside aa well aa inside this
committee room "
Letters identified today covered a
wide range of activity but centered
chiefly about the campaign In Indi-
ana In 1101. when Mulhall according
to tbe documents waa working In
cloae co-operation with Congressman
James K. Wataon and with the na-
tional and state Republican leadere.
Indiana Campaign Fund.
Mulhall told the committee ka rala-
ed fl.tIO for thai campaign Ona of
the latter referred to this amount
aad anothsr msntlonad a list of man-
ufacturing concerns la South Band
te proprietors of which had bean
visited by Mulhall In company wit!
Peter Kline deputy factory Inspector
of that district.
"In aa Intsrvlsw I hhd with Mr.
Parry and other business maa of this
city they clearly stated Ikey wsrs
Jumping tbe law so far aa corpora-
tion ars concerned by au ascribing
to our campaign fund said Mulhall
In a letter to K. h Jt ma ii from in
dtanapolts. September II. INI "Thar
are a hundred aad ens ways to gal
around that snd we all know that aad
I cannot as why Mr Van Cleave
cannot go around II Just aa well aa
tka large manufacturers hr '
ld.-t.iin.-d by Neaiaapar
Correaaaadence read late Id the day
ekowed that the ladlaaaaoita Nsws
had Identified Mulhall aa connected
with the N. A M la September aad
had brought the matter lata publlo
dtacuawwou Mulhall laughingly told
the committee that local stale and
national campaign managers coeaiei
aatly had dealed that they kaew gay-
iking a boat say work by tka Nation-
al Association af Manufacturera. e.aa
altar work had bean ui aa fof
nearly a year In Indiana.
sweral letters again referred te
Mary mad Two of tkem ekowed that
Mulhall. la behalf of bis employers
aa trying to work both with celiac
Captain A. W. Grant Will Command
the Big New Battleship Texas
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I 'a Ha jadSql
pi. Hons! yMo MjiliMfiyj
axsaaVI OHHiMBH H
Washington July II. Captain A.
W. Oram. U N-. has been dealg-nntt-d
to take charge nf the com-
pletion of the battleship Texas now
II CALL OF HIHT
FI.Kt-PJON Ttl)Y N A.VHND-
MENTS DEMANDS VOTE OF
ALL LOYAL TEX VS.
MEANS MUCH TO WHOLE STATE
Carrying of Measure In Vital to I nl-
verally. BMg.l of Mines and Other
..A duly devolves upon the voter In
El Psso and sll of Tegas today when
he Is asked to vote upon four consti-
tutional amendments to the constitu-
tion of Texas.
The first smendment Is one that
changes the constitution ao that the
governor may designate Judges when
they are not engaged In their dis-
tricts to go Into other district
where business exceeo the capacity
of the courts thsr In dispose of It.
The second amendment provides
for the abolition of the fee system
and provides salaries for sll public
officers instead of fees- This will
enabls ths leglalaturs to fix the sal-
aries for the officers so thai they
will be Just snd adequate und re-
move the possibility of exc.sses and
abuses of the fee system.
The third and fourth amendments
i provide that the legialaiure shsll be
I allowed to issue bonds for the erec-
tion and maintenance of buildings
! fur state Institutions especially the
University of Texaa. Ths interest on
I these bonds Is lo be psld nut of the
' rental of land belonging to the stats
! Institution and from tha same In-
come a slaking (und Is to be created
for thalr redemption at maturity.
I This Inco.ms Is now being used lo
! mske permanent Improvements and
ila .use. as sutborlsed by the amend-
ment will not aubtrart anything
from the maintenance of the un-lvcr-I
slty and othsr state institutions.
I It la assart ad by thoee who have
etudled Ihla Issue that by the adop-
tion of tha third and fourth amend -!
menta. Jh coat of much needed
buildings will be distributed over a
gag . . i in
gy The A fd rs
Wsshlagtea. "sly g i gnrscast i -
rt i w wt Tes: ratr
weyvrk . tajaaxaaocd Netaraay. except
-el eesi saawsra ...
:m Test QaaWV 1 tka Pan beadle and
rVw erf avaSkWl in eatrema want
fair. New well...
Tbsadar a ho war
bsV . . J
fan Is t raw
"a - I weal pur
weal portion Sua -
Lc.l office (' weatkat fcsrass. Kl
rsao. Tea. Jaly IS. Ipla p. s Hi
aat lataperstare 11 It bout. SO . la a a at
leaiparatsr. last M hears St. rainfall
last M hears. T riser gsags. so watar
star sh i io4y aad eeel.
nn. largl 'Ing finishing touchea at New
port Neat. Captain Oram will com
mand the big craft hen she goes
into commission which will not I
for several months.
period of thirty yearn snd will en-
able the state to get Ita requirements
more quickly and economically with-
out the extra coat nf one cent to the
taxpayer and virtually to ' vots for
these amendments is to vote to re-
duce the state ad valorem tax rate.
Holiday ror Voting.
Banks uuhtic offices of the state
and ccunty saloons s..d mnny of the
stores will remain closed :he entire
day. All voters will have an un-
restricted opportunity to cat their
ballots for measures thst are nf
transcendental Importance ta cltixens
of Texas and their children.
The Young Men's Democratic club
the leading educators snd public men
it El Paso and others who feel a keen
interest In the nnn-partlxnti movement
throughout the stale for better snd
larger educational advantugea
through the University or Texas snd
Its branches which includes the
School of Mines for Kl Paso as well
as modern facilities for csrlng for
ths Insans and other wards of the I
commonwealth will begin enrlv thia
morning to draw out a full vote on I
the proposed smendments. The
Young Democrats will have plenty of
automobilea for the convenience nf
voters which they Invite them to
make use of freely. From observa-
tions yestsrdsy Kl Psso city and coun-
ty are going to roll up an expression
of their loyalty to the state snd Ita
establishments at the election today
that will go a long way toward mak-
ing the adoption of the amendments
Where to Vote.
The polling place lor each pre-
cinct and the presiding Judges under
the law are as follows:
Precinct I Franklin school houas;
W. C. Bulger.
Practnot I Cornsr Second and
Oregon strseta; Frank Parker.
Precinct 1 Central fire s'atlorf; Ed
Prsolnct 4 Stewart' grocery alnre
11 Bast Second street; Ben C Moore.
Precinct I Alamo erhnnl house;
Precinct City hall; J Pnrler
Precinct 7 Bast Bl Psso firs s'a-
llon; W. E. Rhotan
Rhobe gsrdsa. J. W.
Precinct I Bl Paso Trunk factorr.
corner Cotton and Boulevard; J. M
Precinct 10-Hlghland Park fire
at.it i. n B. B. Elfers
Precinct II- Lamar school house;
Oearge I Baron.
Precinct II --Conner Oclavla and
Missouri strseta; J M. White
Precinct 11 Mesa fire etatloar. D.
Precinct 14 High school; J. .
Precinct 11 Ruaset school house;
J. M Harrie.
Precinct id- Vila school house; M
Precinct 17 (lb.be Ml Ha M V Kul
Precinct II- Oread View school
fcniMI j f B. Dutrker
Precinct II Lincoln Psrk echoni
kouae; U B Devore
Mil I III UN t MINI HI Kl III I s
Me Defeat V eat or day al live Hand of
r 4r4sled Pre
Pekin. July II. Faur thouaand
aauthera rebels frosa Naa King pro-
vtnae of Klang Ru. wha kad crossed
Ike Yang Tse Klang to attack I kg
aortkeraaws. met defeat laday at Ike
hand of two thousand loyal Hoops
near Rodhew Fu la Ike aortkweetern
part nf Klang Ru province and a
short distance across the northern
border of Anhwel province.
Dr. Run Yet Ren. former provis-
ional president of the republic fin-
ally haa taken aldea In the revolt by
openly proceeding to Nan King.
where t:ie southerner sppsrentty ars
much disheartened by their defeat.
TrU-d lo IVarre It.ono From Wealthy
My The Aaaorlalerf Pre
Rait Lake City. Utah. July II. W.
L. Cummins aged 1.1 years waa ar-
rested here tnday nn a hcarge that he
had attempted to extort 11.000 from
Mlns Dorothy Bamberger wealthy so-
Cummtnga waa taken inm custndv
by detectives while telephoning to
Mias Bamberger who had prevlouely
been threatened by nn anonymous let-
tar writer that unless ahe paid 11.000
for Immunity nitroglycerine would be
exploded In her room.
MANY DEATHS FROM stMsVT
Hv Thi I ...-i.it. ...
Chicago July II. More than
twenty deaths were caused by heat
today In the middle west stales. I ........
villa wag the worst sufferer with
twelve deaths s maximum tempera-
ture of 104. and only thirteen degree
drop at night.
St. Louis added three more to that
city's list of dead In the present heat
wave. Itxtreme wmther prevailed
throughout portions of Missouri Illi-
nois and Indiana.
IS HF.POHTKR IN THK H LK AN
SITUATION EXCEPT RU-
BULGARIA STILL SEEKS PEACE
Trying to Enlist the Scrvlco of Italy
In Arranging Term Willi Ru-
manian I to ion -
II: Thi i ....... Pre
London. July II.--Kxcept for a re-
port c oiling by way of Parla Ihnt n
i ..in.- la progressing between the Bu-
mantans ind Bulgarians nt Belngrad-
chlk slxU'-five mllee northwest of
Softs which was not mentlonsd today
In a direct dispatch received from
Bucha real the general situation in
the Balkans remained unchunged
Bulletin now la seeking through
Italy to ....... peace terms from Ru
mania but no progrsss appears to
hays been made toward negotiations
snd all three of her enemies sre cloe-
Ina In r.n Bulgsrla with the apparent
determlnsilon to dictate term of
peace when their armies occupy Sofia
What Rumania Require.
By t ' ' Peru
London July 1- A dlapatch lo the
Morning Pot from Bucharest says
Ihnt King Charles nf KumantH replied
Krldny lo the nppeal of King Ferdin-
and of Bulgaria for peace terms by
referring to Bumsnln's Isst note de-
manding the return to Humsnla by
BuTgarla nf territory situated between
Tin i. ii. . In northern Bulgaria and
Balrhlk. on the Black Rear and par-
llclpatlon In a general Balksn settle-
ment. According to a dispstch from Ath-
ens to the Dally Telegraph. King Fer-
dlnsnd has sddressed a nots tn ths
French president M. Polncare so-
liciting Francs's Intervention and en-
trusting Bulgaria's Interests tn the
powers. Rumors hsvs been clrcu-
lsted in some of the Kuropean capi-
tals that King Ferdinand is in flight
snd that his queen has arrived at
Hrhathriinn. In lower Austria where
her nephew the prince of Reitax re-
sides. Both these rumors are de-
nied In responsible Bulgarian quar-
ters. The Buchareal correspondent say
the Rumanian government has not
only actually decided If. occupy Rnfla
but will take all the passes stretching
Queen Bleanore of Bulgaria has
telegraphed hn appeal tn Queen Car-
men Rylva of Rumanln to stop the
...Ivanee of the Rumanian army. Ths
Rumanian queen replied ths troops
would continue to sdvanra "but with
the greatest consideration.
i if extraordinary Interest tomorrow will be the Sunday Morning
Tlmaa. Here are some of the reasons:
A hew snd Interesting comic section for old and young.
Society news and society femurs for women la ths Tlmss only.
The full Associated Press report from the Times' leased wire.
A special wire service from Washington Austin Phoenix Santa
Ke and all Important news cenlera.
The BlngMlle Bugle thirty minute ut a solid laugh.
Christy Msthawaon's Inlslestlng sport letter
Mfred Meurv Istwigf Interesting story of Nsw Yerk'a ftmi.ua
"Heard on tke City Streets." original with the Times and timely.
Savoyard's wholeaoms Democratic doctrine direct from Wash-
ington. All the news from Mexico unbiased and unvarnished.
Spanish section In readeble style for the manses aad ciaasss
of Mexicans on ths bordsr. In their awn laaguag
A real aalata aaclioa showing tha tremendous prosperity of Kl
Paso and the noulhweat.
An automobile section superior to anything anywhe-e within
five hundred mllee of Bl Paao.
A complete sporting section with correct "dope ' on every line.
Special correspondence front all nearby points In crisp style.
A dignified well printed aad well edited paper in clean laaguage
fur tke honta -for every mmbsr of tka family.
A generous assortment of advertising from lb large wide-
awake department store un down to tka sasallael buslaess cone area
WAS THE LEADINO FEATURE O
THE PRtK EEDINOS YF.wTF.H
DAT IN THE RBTI ATM.
BRISTOW CRITICISES BRYAN
WAS PROMPTLY CALLED TO
TIME BY SENATOR ASHUHRT
CHARGES AGAINST ARIZONA SENATOR
ToMiiMCTtil ami Level Cloned the Dej
bate Whl-li Became Very Acrl-
monloux In t burn. tor.
5 The i ir i Press
Wnahlngton. July 1 Secretary
Bryan'a policy of lecturing In his vaca-
lion lime liivnlverl the enat In a blta
t.-i iMintrovrr t..la It bsgan when
Henator Brlstow. ignoring the defeat
of hla resolution directed at Mr.
Hryan's action. Inlatert upon being
heard in even- erltlclam of thst cabl-
Before the . let. ate ended .-hsrges sad
countercharges betwsen aenstors on
the t. aide .f the chamber had!
br.iught the aenate to a hlarli pitch of
excitement Senator Aahurt produced
no ..hi letter of Henator HrtitoW.
which he declared Indtcsted that Mr.
Brlstow In istbi had lie.-n perfectly will-
I n k Id take n fc.lernl poaltlon and de-
vote only part of hla time to It
HrlalMW a er karae
Senator Brlstow retorted with tka
c barge that Senator A ah u rat had spent
..v. r II mi of publl. funds sending aria
vate telegram that ahould have bees)
paU for from hla own pocket a charge
denied' by HeiiHlor Aahurat. but wtdok
Senator Itrlatow aurie.l tu prove kf
producltiK oilsiiuil t.-bsraina that hast
I I. paid fr uut of aenate funda.
Prom these personal accusations tka
debate went Into the public field of
I-ul. II. lecturliiK ami Democratic sena-
t..ra . ailed sttentlun to the . hatauqua
platform of Senator Hrlatow and many
oth.rw Hiul the newapaper writing Brls-
tow had dune at the laat Baltimore
uoii The Kunaaa aenator an-
illy declared that he never had
neglected the duties uf bis office.
"I sm nut on trial here" he said
People who live In glnss houses
should not throw stones.'' Senator
nrtalow Resolution tallied.
Tlx- Btlstow resolution Introducsd
Tuesday calling upon Prealden Wilson
la stair what aalnry would b suffU
i. in lo secure sll of Secretsry Bryan's
nine wa tabli I hy a vote ..f 41 to 21
sa soon as It came up today all the
Democrats and Senstors Burah and
Poind xtrr oposlng It
Senator Townscntt Inflated the ex-
ample of the secretary In selling his
time for private gain when it already
had been sold to the government wag
unwhnlesnms fur tbe entire country.
Senator lwla askad when ths aena-
tor from Ksuaaa and the senator from
Mlchlgsn had become ao "subtly Inocu.
lsted with a comprehenalon of the dan-
gers" of a public official spending his
vscation sddrrsslng the people oa
questions of vital interest to tbsm Ms
said It could not havs bsen when a
Republican president was campaigning
at the axpense of the taxpayers.
Where was ths voire of protest
when a postofflc official turnsd him-
sslf Into a great political machine to
slsct another publlo official to ths
prssidsncyT" he Inquired. "Whsrs wag
ths voice when Major Ray abandoned
his post in the army to engsgs In politi-
cal work in Chicago for a presidential
candidate? Why were the voices ( :
ths senate silent tuen? Was It b-
causo those mn were not Democrats!
Where wss the vole whan officials of
previous admlnlatrutlona wr pecu-
lating In ths stock market and on tar
Opening af tariff He Sale.
Washington. Julv 1 With the sub-
mlsslon to.l.iy of the report of majority
member uf the finance committee on
ths l ndsrwood Simmon tariff bill for
consideration nf the measure was be
gun In the senate .but it .-mtlnusd a
few moment" only due to the unavoid-
able abaence of Chairman Simmons de-
tained In North Carolina on account of
a dsath In his fsrally.
Any pall iss payer Is eligible ta rata
for the amendment taday. Taw 4 aat
havs te he a prepeety awncr.
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