El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, February 4, 1916 Page: 2 of 12
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TO CHIHUAHUA GUT
SPRING SUITS AND DRESSES
We cordially invite you to inspect our stock of Spring
Suite and Dresses at any time and we take pleasure in
showing them to you.
Below we mention some exceptional bargains in fall suits and
dresses they are reduced considerably to make room for
the spring goods.
It I I IM ' f TO
or xii i a
JOHN McCORM ACK
Has Just Made a Victor Record
of the Great Irish Song
A Little Bit of Heaven
(Sure They Call It Ireland)
Come in and Hear It No Obligation to
Buy and We Will Take Pleasure in Play-
ing Any of Your Other Favorite Musical
Selections for You.
Our Easy Payment Plan Makes the Purchasing ol a Victor-
Victrola or a Columbia Grafonola Eaay. Ask Us About It.
Tri-State Talking Machine Co.
Corner Texas and Stanton Streets
BUILDING SWEPT BY
(i;onti.iued From I'sge one)
treat. 'and u member rrom that c ity and
i.tiiiflabla lleliner a (ruard were at the
entrance M the readlnt room when the Ore
started. All three asserted tn.it It began
null an explosion whlrli rilled the reading
loum with llames and burst open the
sumglng doors. The force or the explo-
sion waa s greel that all of them were
thrown flat on the floor. In their opinion
an explosive bomb or an infernal machine
was responsible ror the rire.
Throws Children In Nel.
Mme. Hetitrny wire or the speaker her
two children and their women guests were
in the speaker's private quarters on the
same floor a the chamber and reading
room. They ware cut off from aafety by
wall of riamee.
When nremnn reached parliament hall
iliey saw Mme. Sevlgny standing at a win
tow with her children In her arma. A lire
net Wai -plead and Into It the spesker'H
wire dropped her children. Then she
leaped lately Into the net.
Two Momea need.
Mme Se muy'- guests were Mine. Hravy
Of Montreal. Mine Morln or lleaure and
Mine liussault of i.iuebee. The only one of
the three id e.rape was Mme Dnssault
who leaped into the rueinan's net.
When resinéis reached the speaker's
rooms they round Mme. Bravy and Nine.
Morln unconscious. They were taken front
the building and physicians applied pul-
MAULEY 21 IN. DEVON 2H IN.
1 POR 15 CENTS
CLUXXT FSABamr a ax i nc Ttatnr art
BARGAIN AT $7000
7-room 2-story house on 2 1-2 lots 10 minutes' walk
from postoffice. Ground alone is worth $3750. Must
sell before Feb. S. Easy terms.
814 Mills Bldg. Phone 965
LEVY GROCERY COMPANY I
Hww Una i! Harrigig
Trada Wat Ua and Save Mnany.
motors in vain. Arter a hair hour the
women were pronounced dead.
(tovernor CrnersI Welches Conflagration.
The flames rrom the burning parliament
building were seen two miles away at
Rldeau hall the residence or the Duke or
i.'onnaiignh. governor general or Canada.
The duke summoned his household sides
all or whom are wounded officers Invalided
rrom the rront anil they motored Into Uie
city but were unsble to give any assist-
ant. The governor general sat In hit
closed car end wstrhed the destruction of
the historic building the cornerstone of
which was laid In IM7 by his brother
Kevey then prince of Wales.
Sir Robert I.. Ilorden made the following
announcement at midnight:
"The house or commons will meet Fri-
day hi lei no mi at J o'clock. The place will
bo announced later."
The premier said that the place would be
either tbe Huaaell theater or the govern-
ment ornees or the board or railway com-
missioners. Asked as to whether the session would he
adjourned the premier replied that he and
his colleagues had not yet considered the
ni i II w GAB BOHR OR IMKHMI.
MACHINE M til II li I I HI
by Associated Press.
Ottawa untarlo Peb. 4. The historic Ca-
nadian parliament building was destroyed
last night by a Tire decided unorriclally to
have been caused by the explosion of a gaa
bomb or an tmernal machine two women
gueata of the wire of Speaker Sevlgny
were overcome by smoke and perished.
several policemen and firemen were
burled under debris when one end or the
Man) Taken to Hosollal.
The number ol persons taken to hospitals
Han not neen iieiermiioMi eariy tins awn
I mg. Frederick 1. Pardee chlel Liberal
parliament rrom new nruiiaw Irk. are miss
Ing and It Is believed tney have lo-i théjr
It has been established that tbe rirst burst
of names In the reading romo tu the bouse
of commons was preceded by at least one
exploflon and probably by two. The rorce
or the concussion was so severe that per-
sons standing some distance away were
hurled to the rioor. A rigid investigation to
determine the cause or the ru e already has
been undertaken by the Dominion authori-
ties. Tbe llamea spread with auch amaiing
rapidity tint the Ottawa rire brigade was
helpless to rope with thetn. Aid was sent
from Montreal on a special train but at 1
o'eiock this morning the rue waa still
the loss cannot be estimated In money.
Importad Swiss Cbwaae
Limber gcf Chana
Salt Whit Fish
204-206 C OVERLAND ST.
Matt Orders Give Carefsl
The building waa valued at about w.ooo.noO
but tin- contents are or Inestimable value.
There was no insurance.
At midnight the committee rooms and señ-
alo chambers had been destroyed and as the
great clock boomed out the liour names
were swirling up the magnirtcent tower
and licking their way to Us top. The par-
liamentary library at the rear probably will
he saved. Soldiers were assigned to carry
out Its contents.
Many Narrowly Ksrspe Deal.
Members or the parliament spectators In
the gallery or the lower house government
employes and others who were In Ihe build-
ing narrowly escaped death or Injury. In
a few minutes arter the fire began corri-
dors were rilled with smoke and at many
points walls or name barred passage. There
were many doors to ths gerat building but
since the outbreak or the war all except the
main portals have been closed to safeguard
ihe legislators. This precaution made es-
cape more dtmrult ana probably waa re-
sponsible for the deaths or Mme. Bravy or
Montreal and Mme. Morln or Beauee In one
or the rooms or the sneaker'a suite.
Mine. Sevlgny saved her two children by
dropping them Into a fireman's sarety net
and then leaped to safety herseir. Another
or her guests Mme. Dussault saved herseir
in Ihe sama Way.
Among those severely burned was Minis-
ter or Agriculture Burrell who Tell un-
conirious srter plunging through a curtain
or rtre and groping his way along a smoke -rilled
"I waa on my way rrom the chamber to
my room wbrcn is near ihe library." ssld
Mayor Martin or Montreal. In describing his
experiences In the fire "when I heard an
explosion. Instantly flames ahot out rrom
trie reading room.
"There were only about rtfty In the
chamber at the time. Fiantes shot along the
corridors at an awrul rate and It seemed
Just a fsw seconds until toe whole place
was blsrk with smoke making It Impossible
W. n. Bradbury waa standing In the main
corridor or the house or commons near the
pottorrire when he heard a crash.
"it appeared to break out in an Instant"
he ssld "1 was standing near Ihe postor
rice when I heard the crash t han I turned
and saw several or Ihe nmlransan and me-
scugers hurrying along toward the reading
room. 1 went lulo room 16 where many or
Ihe ("onsen-stive members were and shout-
ed 'fire ' before reaching that room there
was another explosion of some kind which
anocaou. me orr my ret."
Major oeneral While confirmed the alale
mont or Mr ttradpury with regard to the
were made In the sou
r .r ih.
minding there were many employes In
the rejiaursnt si the time aim th lira
corridors rilled with smoke so quickly thai
they were unable to get down the stairs
They made their wjy along the southwest
corner and rear'ied the windows looking
duwn on the rronl Tbey were soon noiirsd
there and from hundreds rose the cry
"Unn't j i . ladders ate ruining "
A rew minutes srter tbe rire broke out It
was round thai the pressrouot was cut olt.
There were .cveral correspondents there
and tbey wera . ui clled to climb to aafety
down laddera which rircmen raised to the
8lr wlirred l.auriar the former premier
aa at home when the fire broke out. Ha
witnessed from his motor car the destiuc
Uor. or the building In which be bad roughi
many political battles
subbed lakaoMa Assallsal.
Mrs. Agustina Cardanaa. woo was stab
bed by mc unknown assailant at her
Inline vt 7 Weal Ninth street. c&ieuu
srtantooo is reported to be improving at
the Hotel Dleu. where she was taken lot
lowing toe cutting aba waa found neariv
unconscious from loss or blood by lie'r
husband. Her injuries are nut considered
Special to Uw Morning Times
Santa Fa. N. M . Feb a Train service
un i Or Santa Ft branch ol the Henver 4
Hlo Orando was resumed today The block
ade of froaea asow north at Tw 1hiIim
has been broken by s force of maa watt
ulrks and shovels tbe rotary asow plows
i r.nrr ra irafj I WMI HC
Beports ware received la Jasret lit
lift night from the commander of lb
Villa Ahumada garrison to the errect
thai a rorre rf bandlta of unknown
strength had attaekeri Um Moctezuma
garrison. The commander of the malí
detachment at Moctezuma bad ssllled
forth to hunt for Oeneral Francisco
villa and according to reporta en-
countered t strong band of bandlta tod
The commander oí the Tint Ahumada
garrison wet nntined by wire of the
right and hurried relnfnrcementa to the
een. It la reported that General Villa
In person la leading the bandín.
Arrorrtlng to reporta received at Jua-
rei neneral Lula Herrera at the head
or m men. la marching north from
Chihuahua city to attark Villa. Major
nrtl with IM men hat toft Juarez
and the carranza forcea believe they
have villa in a trap. No additional de-
talla or the rirhtlnr were received In
Juarez at an' early hour thla moraine;.
Telegraphic communication between
Juarei and Chihuahua City waa Interrpted
.1 riiriiii i"'niin) war miic-iemma on tne
Mexican Central railway by Villa raider
arrnrrtlnr to nrlvate roe. are. rnriUi
over rederal telegraph wlrea shortly alter
the line waa rut. Becelpt or this news In
Juarez waa rollowed by the departure of
no troops under Major Ortiz In a special
train over the Central with orders to hunt
down the marauders and repair the tele-
is villa "in a trap rrom which thla time
there will be no escape?" Unofficial aa-
sertlons by carranza military and civil
authorities on both sides of the border In-
dicate their belter In this report The
seemingly most reliable roporta reaching
the border locale Villa In the vlrlnty ol
the san Lorenzo ranch w miles west of
villa Ahumada with too or 100 men. Moc-
tezuma where the telegraph was cut la
lit miles south of the border.
If. as reports declare. Villa Is near the
San Lorenzo ranch he Is apt to be sur-
rounded by government troops. The ei.
pedltlon which left Juarez yesterday Is
composed of cavalry and Is equipped Tor a
long- stay m the Held with this roree
artlng In conjunction with (Jen. Joae Ca-
vasos' troop. aald to be advancing- toward
nan T.orenzo rrom western Chihuahua.
Villa's position may well be dangerous
No rurther ronrirrnatlon or the rumor that
villa waa heading; eastward for njinaira. on
the border opposite Presidio Texas has
DE FACTO OOVRRNMENT FINES
ITS ENEMIES IN SONORA.
By Associated Press.
poufias. Am.. Fen. 3. Twentv-two
wealthy residents or Urea. Sonora. Mexico
charged with being enemies of the de racto
government were arrested and taken to
llermoslllo tbe capital or Sonora state.
where rines ranging rrom 6.000 to SO.noo
pesos Mexican gold were Imposed It was
sain today oy arrivals rrom rtogaies.
Sonora. Five paid their fines but the
others still were prisoners or the de racto
government. It was stated. The prisoners
Included a priest.
neníala of the recently reported sur-
render of Col. Alberto Oarcla. the bandit
leader who has been operating In the
Sahusrlpa. 'where he was supposed to have
given nimseir up to tne carranza authori-
ties. They stated that narria and six of his fol-
lowers escaped rrom the cordon or Car
ranis troons which surrounded them al-
I though a majority or his followers about
WO In number surrendered with their arms
and equipment flarcla was said to have
crossed Into western chihuahua.
TO BK HELD IN (Jt KIun ARO
By Associated Press.
Mexico ntiv. Mexico. Feb. J. The depart
mont or the Interior here has Issued orders
ror the Iturblde theater in oueretaro to he
msde ready ror the holding or a constitu-
tional convention. The date or the con
vention has not yet been set.
REBELS DEFEAT CARHAN.A
limits IN TAMPICO DISTRICT.
By Associated Press.
Washington Peb. 3. Rebels In the east-
ern oil region or Mexico yesterdsy defeated
r.arrania forres at Chapapote half way be
tween Tuxpam and Tamplco according to
rnnsniar nisnatcn rrom i annum. i ire
carranza rorros lost 40 men and a quantity
or guns and ammunition.
The leader or the rebels Is believed to
hsve been Oeneral Pallaet. No rorela-ners
were Injured according to the report but
a number or oil camps were raided.
MEXICAN GOVERNMENT HAP
i M on vilHK CENSORSHIP
The Mexican consulate In El Taso was
advised vesterday rrom Mexlro City that
the government rensorshlp had been re-
moved rrom all cablegrams and letters sent
rrom Mexico at well as code messages.
The orriclsl notice pointed out that this was
evidence or the liberal mlndedness or the
r.trranxa government as well as nroor that
the administration had nothing to hide rrom
the world regarding conditions or happen-
ings in tbe republic.
CARRANZA COMMANDER REPORTS
HE ItKKEATED REBELS IN OAXACA.
Oen. Agustín Castro commsnder or
government Torres onerstlng sgalnst the
Zapatistas In Oaxaca has reported to ndll-
tary headquarters In Mexico City that he
adriilnlstored a aevere dereat recently to the
rebels at Mlahuailan. He added that he
experts to capture the city or Oaxaca
ACID IN STOMACH
SOURS THE FOOD
Says Excess of Hydrochloric Acid
b Cause of Indigestion.
a wall known authority states that
etumach trouble and Indigestion la
nearly alwaya due to acidity acia
atomavoh and not aa moat folks be-
lieve from a lack of digestive Juice
ltd nta.ta that an exceas of hydro
chloric acid In the atomaoh retards
digestion snd starts food ferments
Hon: then our meals sour Uke.gur
bage In s can forming acrid fluida
and gases which Inflate the stomach
like a toy balloon. We then get that
heavy lumpy feeling in the chest we
eructate sour food belch gas or have
heartburn flatulence water-braah. or
""rls'tells us to lay aside all dlgee
tlve aids and Instead get from any
Pharmacy four ounces of Jad Salla
and take a tableapoonful in a gl
of water before brtsakfaat while It Is
effervescing and furthermore.
continue this for one week. While
relief follows ths first dose it Is Im
oortant to neutralise the acidity re
move the saa-maktngr masa start the
Uvsr stimulate the kidneys and thus
promote s free flow of pure digestive
Jad Salts is inexpensive . and
made from the acid of arapea and
lemon Juice combined with 11 this
and sodium sulphate. Thai harm Isas
salts Is used by thousands of people
or evossaob trouble with excellent
fJ raf 4Hi
saW-"' "JbH bS Bk!
Don't Forget This Is Boya' Week At The BOSTON STORE
Every item is reduced. Below we mention a few of the bargains in our boys' section.
Look I Hoys' beaver hats
formerly sold up to $6.
While they last.. . .$2.35
All wool sweaters assort-
ment of colors yours
while they last for . $1.19
Colombian Minister Objects
to Treaty as Now Amended
By Associated Prets.
Washington Feb. 3. While the Colombian
treaty was being brought Into the senate to-
day Julio Betancourt the Colombian min-
ister Issued a statement expressing his dis-
approval or the amendments 'to reduce the
Indemnity tbe United States would l'RV tn
Colombia from v:.imo. to tlf 000.000 and
to make the expressions or regret ror the
partition or Panama mutual to both na-
tions. Minister Betancourt's disappointment was
unconcealed. US was certain mat tne ireaty
already accepted and canned by his coun-
try would be rejected with the proposed
amendments. How much rurther than the
Issuing or his statement he might be pre
pared to go to express nis disapproval was
uot stated; but there were suggestions In
Latin-American quarters that the minister
was considering whether It would be an ex-
pedient and diplomatic method or express-
ing disapproval 11 be left the legation and
returned lo Bogota Colombia. Further
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE TO
BE ESTABLISHED TO CAPITAL.
Pullman cara will be m service rrom
Mexico City to the L'nlted States by Feb-
ruary It according to olTlclal announce-
ment made yesterday by carranza consular
DECREASE IN NUMBER OF TYPHUS
CASKS IN SIKXICU CITY.
Mexico City recorded only M new cases
of typhus last week according to omclal
reports received here. The death rate. It
la aald has been reduced M per cenL
8UERETARU Ol m I tl.Lt
By Associated Press.
Mexico i.uy ran. s. uen. uarranza na
rormally decreed Uueretaro the provisional
capital of the republic and Mexico City the
apitai or the rederal dlstrlrL
Another decree provides lor a raise or
per cent In the salaries or government
employes and or the men In the army
effective March I and also pensions ror
ramllies or persons who die In combatting
The ministry or the Interior Is ssklng for
bids ror the 1 1 .nning of the extensive Car
pintero lagouu near lampico.
DECREE IHRl'ED PREVENTING
I OltF.IGNF-ltH 111 MSI. PROPERTY.
A temporary decree prohibiting the pur-
chase or lands In Mexico by foreigners' has
rerentlv rone into effect according to ad
vices received from Mexico City -at the El
Paso consuls!. This order will be in
erfert. It It announced "until there
solution or the nation's financial dirricul
PERSONS ENGAGING IN TIMBER
BUSINESS Ml 'ST MAX E PERMITS. .
Persons engaged In the Umbering nusi- hf interstate commerce commission's
nets In Mexico must have papers showing ruios for ne hsndllng or explosives would
permission rrom Ihe carranza government metn a ssvlng of thousands or dollars
to carry on the work says an urricial dls-1 dally and tbe lives or many persons. II-
patch received yesterday at the Carranza i crated slides were shown to represent
cuoaulate. the adopted standard regulations. About
luo railroad emploses attended.
PA I I.N I h GRANTED t'NDER 111 I It I A
ADMINISTRATION ARE EXTENDED. . 1 I 1 B
The department or labor under i.arranxa
nas auiiuunceo tnai sue unit- suuwcu no
renewing patents and trade marks tsued
during tin Huella regime will be extended
until May II. Advices to this elfect have
UstMl letcited at Uie local consulate.
GENERAL CARRAKIA WILL LEAVE
FOB Gl All l AJABA TODAY.
Oen. Veniistiiino carranza is due to Irsve
oueretaro today for Guadalajara on butl-
neaa. according to orndal advirsa received
by Mexican consular authorities here. The
appointment of Uen. Herberlo Jara aa null
lary governor r tti estate of Vera Cruz was
also sruiounred. Oen. candido Aguiiar II
la reported will accompany Oeneral Car-
ranza on the Hip 10 Guadalajara
Is Drive Out Malaria aad Bulla I p
Take the Old Standard GHOVS'S TASTE
LESS loll TOMC. You know what you
are taking as the formula I punted on
every label showing it la OulnUxe and
Iron la a taateleaa form. Mkt.
Has Aayaedy Here Sees Kelly
Mrs. James Kelly room S9 Los Angeles
hotel. Albuquerque II. M Is saxloualy
sseauxg iiiiuruiation concerning her Due
band When last seen Kelly was wearing
several ualchea. black law atusa sad bins
.-v. ...j -"
overalls. He u s large man with a broken
Ask SeasU. ilvjoajk asa
IOS Tasas street asar ora
An ctofxnt line of
Oar Spring- Millinery la
open for yoar Inspection
and on every hat yon may
purchase there will be a
mi lo not to be had any-
where. View oar Over-
land Rt. wind own. There
yon will find the laat word
In Sptina; Millinery.
of sBex nd aerie
values ap to
meat oft watau
of crepe de chine
vol to menaallne
atln and lingerie
value up to St
Little Gents' suits valued up
to $6 made in the Middy
Sailor and vest effects a
fine assortment of colors.
Sizes from 2 to 6 years; a
rare bar- CO QC
gain at -.ftO.OO
than his rormal statement the minister de-
clined to talk ror publication.
The treaty ordered Tavorably reported
yesterday by a bare majority of one In the
foreign relations committee waa rormally
brought into the senate today In executive
session by Chairman Stone
The bid to pay Nicaragua 13.000.000 ror
interoceanlc canal rights and ror naval
bases in the bay or Fonsaca was reported
ravorably at the same time but neither was
debstecL (Senator stone aald they cduld.be
called np for Iclltm as soon as possible tad
that the Colombian treaty would be taken
up ritst. The administration hopes to ratify
It as I part of the new program or Pan-
The Colombian minister's statement waa
a surprise to those who understood the ad-
ministration and even Colombia had been
consulted about . the amendments. It waa
egarded as possibly adding material to the
opposition whlcb Is almost solid on the
An effort to force their consideration In
open Instead or closed sessions or the ten-
ate will be made.
ARE LIKE SOLDIERS
COLONEL TAYLOR SAYS THEY SHOULD
BE READY TO ACCEPT RESPONSI-
BILITIES AND BE EFFICIENT.
Railroad employes were compared wltn
soldiers who should be ready to accept
their responsibilities and be persistent in
the development or ernciency. by Colonel
J. L. Taylor assistant chief inspector or
the bureau or explosives. In a talk to rail-
road men In the lobby or the Y. M. C A.
building last nignt.
"Railroad men are dlrferent rrom sol-
diers In this respect." Colonel Taylor said.
"The railroad man Is on the rirlng Une sil
or tbe time. He Is fare to face with a roe
to lire and property more subtle than that
raced by any soldier. He must be pre-
pared must know his business and be
ready to accept the responsibilities."
Colonel Taylor said the rarelessness or
one employe at Ardmore. Okla. wben a
gas tank exploded resulted in killing 4A
DSrSOni and Inhirlng IM) last September
He said In addition property worth
ti.MO.OOO wss destroyed
I one emp0ye vloleted a rederal law and
and an oecause
took or tbe rsp on top or tbe tank allow
ing gas to escape wnien ignited rrom a
spnrk with the result slready mentioned
accidents snd snowed Inst the use or ordl-
nry m ereutlons such a li demanded by
THEY LIVEN YOUR LIVER AND BOWELS
AND CLEAR YOUR
DON'T STAY HEADACHY. BILIOI S WITH
BAD BREATH AND STOMACH
Oer s 10-rent box now.
Tonight sure: lake Cascarete and enjoy
tbe nicest gentlest liver and bowel cleans-
is jou ever experienced. cascaren will
ur liver aad clean your thirty feet
at of bowels without
up lerinis grana tour need will be clear
Dream right toasus clean. sSniesiA
eyes bright step e.laatlc and complaakw
rosy they re wooserrul Get s to sent box
BOW St any artur un ra Motivar u ..r-
tarwvss erltoB Cssosret to cbudraa say
A n opportunity
to get a snagnin-
cent aatlt at a
great deal below
coat ail aolta ap
to SSS.SS made of
gabardine or vel-
Extra! Extra! A
lot of Kabo Cór-
ate t a (allghtly
aoltod). Sold np
to SS.0S. TUa
week aa long aa
they laat tSo
One special lot of boys
ties a bargain at ... . 1 9c
Boys' wool shirts and
blouses this week. . .43c
Looking for Homing Burglar.
The noltce department was notified bv
telephone Isst night to look out ror two
white men and seven Mexicans who had
boarded the train at Doming N. M. en
route ror Gl Paso. Two of the men are
supposed to have entered a home in Darn-
ing taking a cane suit esse suit or clothes
pur or trousers and other articles.
To Prevent The Orla.
Colds cause Grip Laxative Bromo Quinine
removes the cause. There Is onlv one
"Bromo Quinine." E. W. OROVE'S signa
ture on dox. roc.
Lost Child Found.
Ralph Ashley years old or 1116 Myrtle
at reel was reported lost bv his narente
yeawrday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The child
was soon round however arter a search
had been Instituted.
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