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EL PASO MORNING TIMES. FRIDAY. AUGUST II. 1916.
ENGLISH SECTION 1 2 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
PRESIDENT WILSON MAY BE
CALLED UPON TO ADJUDICATE
RAILWAY WAGE CONTROVERSY
Repreientatm oí Brotherhood and Their Employer. Ap-
parently in Deadlock After Both Side. Present
Arguments to Federal Mediation Board.
Justice: "in Europe They Wouldn't Arbitrate.
DEMAND FOR NACIONAL BILLS
GROWS STEADILY; ORDERS TO
BUY HALF MILLION RECEIVED
y Associated Press.
New Tort. August W President Wilson
111 be carted upon to take a band tn ih-
wnirnmt of the differences between the
Tour railroad brotherhoods and their em-
ployer! imleaa an apparent deadlork In the
negotiations whlrh developed today can be
bioken. It waa Indicated here tonight by
representatives of both factions.
After It had heard the contentions or the
workers and later those of the railroad mañ-
anera the United Stales board of mediation
and conciliation was undecided tonight as
tn whan it would attain meet with repre
aentattvet of either side. Martin A. Knapp.
One of the federal mediators when asked
whether there had been any chana In the
situation since the board befan Ita work
"There It a deadlock on the face of It.
Leaden Uncertain as to Form An-
nouncement Will Take and
Listen to Informal Discussion
of Plans for Disposing of Vote
in Coming Campaign.
WOULD DRAW SUPPORT
Certain Women Would Make It
Plain Vote Must Be Swung
From Democratic Party ; Others
Would Endorse Hughes; Others
Hope Wilson Will Say -Tea"
By Associated Press.
Colorado Springs. August to. Suffrage
leaders at the opening session of a three-
day national conference hers today consid-
ered Informally the election policy of the
party during the forthcoming campaign and
outlined a program of activity to be pur-
sued in the twelve suffrage states.
Leaders tonight were uncertain as to the
form in which too woman's party an-
nouncement of policy would be officially
made. Certain women prominent In the
councils of the federations formed resolu-
tions with the purpose of drawing the sup-
port of the party from the Democratic ad-
ministration without formal Indorsement or
other presidential candidates or parties.
(Continued on Page Two.)
L THE NORTH
Camp Pershing and
TOTAL OF 135 CASES OF
SINCE EPIDEMIC BEGAN
PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSKY BOTH
ENFORCE VUV RIGID QUAR-
Ten new cases of Inranuie paralysis were
retorted yesterday making a total or I
rases since the epidemic started.
lie Pennsylvania quarantine la to be fol-
lowed by one which Near Jersey will en-
force next week. This make It Impossl
ole for a child under sixteen to cross from
one state to another unless properly pro-
vided with a health certificate from the
health officer from the city la which the
journey waa started.
Anonymous letters Indlrste that a Dumber
of children bare been smuggled frota oas
sute to mother.
BURNS HOUSE BECAUSE
MOTHER REFUSES MONEY
Because Ma blind mother refused to give
in in money n snoot craps wtin Lee san
yesterday set fire to the house and then
rougft me orneert wno came i use r
ra of bu mother. LB as i minina d
mi in default of fsss ball.
WILL REPORT TODAY
Investigating tire conditions for three waste
eset will report today ft to aBS.gr glogg
Mayor Braltb says ha will fallow any
.ti n fnr dismissal of nolle af-
rtccra. should toey Be saada by tas grasa
aoaiv r rasera at tsbay
ra. twutv of iiaeis nam of Co. L
rssiuMOi. who dial last week at the bor
tor. will arrive hare early lata atorabag
uto wtli be burtod Saturday with still
tory beaters Is St JsespeVs Utoiliij See
sad assist Tba Snaaiah war veterans. SB
Ser dtrscuoe or ragalsr reoraiasg oiTlasrs
of tba Third
blown ap early !' sr. Oas saa
sals Bs place was killed. Boato
are nisfiiin or kesrbtg asas ato.
Whether we can chantre It Ilea In the bosom
of the future."
Mr. Inapp said the board had not Bean
In communication with President Wilson
since It arrived bare. When asked now
erar tf "conditions already had come to
the point where an appeal would be made
to the president." Mr. Knapp said he could
not discuss the matter.
He added that the board would continue
its efforts to adjust the differences.
"We are folnr to ronltder tonight what
the neit ateo will be." he asserted.
What conceasMns. If any. the railroad
managers offered to make to the men could
not be ascertained The mediators met the
managers secretly this afternoon remaining
in conference with them more than three
hours. Two guards were stationed outside
the rooms tn a hotel where the meeting waa
FOR GOVERNOR uY
COLORADO G. 0. P.
Selected by Delegate to State
Assembly Over Carlson by
j Veto of 446 to 319.
Enforcement of State-Wide Pro
hibition Is Pledged; Wilson's
Foreign Policy Denounced.
By Associated Press.
Denver August 10. The Republican state
assembly today adopted resolutions praising
thi nominees and platform of the Chicago
convention pledging continued enforcement
of the state-wide prohibition laws de
nounred the foreign policy of President
Wilson designated candidates for state
office to be voted on at the primary election
September u and adjourned.
Te deliberations were marked by spar
tSXSBtr natura to which the gsllerte
tr United. There a large delegation of
Woman's Christian Temperance union
workers with banners pledging support to
Governor Cartoon cheered and waved ap-
proval upon mention of their candidate's
The climax of the demonstrations came
during the nominating speeches and vote
on governor. With the Denver delegation
im strong instructed to vote for Samuel
D. Nicholson of LeadvlUe the Cartoon sup-
porters turned their efforts toward gaining
strength from the outside counties.
Allison Stocker. of Denver an announced
candidate for governor appeared hi the as-
sembly aa a delegate from Morgan county
and tn a prepared addreaa declared "party
Integrity and the uplift of humanity
(Continued on Page Two.)
Fort Bliss Edition
FRIDAY AUOU8T U. 1Í1S.
SECOND REGIMENT 18
i U UK TRANSFERRED TO
THE FIELD ARTILLERY
NINTH AND THIRTEENTH PENNSYLVANIA
.. dc 1 r.n ierro
THE FEDERAL SERVICE.
milflniiallim has bean mi. i
the report that the second regiment la to
""irri WJ lire lie K ai unary.
At the tame time It is announced that ine
Ninth and Thirteenth Penn.viv.m. .
men will be called to the federal service.
toe ninm to Dccoane field artillery and the
Thirteenth to replace tba second Infantry
Tbey will be mustered in at Mount Gretna
FIRE LOSS IS $100.000
IN CLAWSON BUILDING
Tba six story building of the C lawson
coavasy. Chestnut street Urge dealers
by nra yaatorday morning with a loss o
mora thaw siSa nm tk mii.i.
aw " m. asta at. w. lean company were
"amajasi so sua asíaos ot several tnou
HOSPITAL t NO ALMOST COMPLETE.
A girt of gto.oou from Edward T Kloet-
Bury virtually completes the fund for the
Pennsylvania base hospital on the border
wnicn it Demy equipped by tae Pennsyl
vanla woman's division for national pre
Barasaatt as a total coat of wan.
MBsaS Traiettie lusas asar PrsaaB-
Say Bailáis of She talangjlt paralysis ept-
saaatc There ara SB) beys u. ha camp
who will be
STBJaXSUJ ARE ARRESTED.
Twenty five italiana who ata striking at
atone quarrie at Chestnut Kill were er
reatad y as unlay ulule trymg to get otbara
to eatt St a uaraaentown quarry There are
Beer Bto quarryanea out oa strike.
ra i.smbbw aav scaur camt.
boy ecoul ceuvos. which have bran main
atar wavb staiiaACREti.
sawwerssstoXssT' aaitair. rwaspereasrs
nstasd leaijaaawea totoae thea Tbereaej.
of National Conflict Now
Opening Crowds Consideration
of Pending Measure Into Back
Ground as Republican and
Democratic Senators Harangue.
Supports Nominee Hughes in Du-
rand Incident and Is Set Upon
by Administration Sympathiz-
ers; Lewis Regrets Utter Igno-
rance of So Many People.
By Associated Presa.
Washington August to. Issues of the na
tlonal campaign crowded legislation Into the
barkground today In the senate and vir-
tually the only progress made with the
pending shipping bill was the reading of
the amended measure sandwtened between
Republican asssults on the Democratic ad
ministration and Democratic defenses of
Towasead Marts Things.
The flood of partisan oratory was started
by Senator Town send (Republican) who
made a speech supporting the charge of
Charles E. Hughes that E. Dana Durand
waa retired as director of the census at
tba beginning of the present administra
tlon for political reasons. Senator Town
send ssserted that Sec retary Redfleld of
the commerce department waa mistaken
In stating that Mr. Durand voluntarily re
signed. Several Democrats. Including Sens
tars atone. Hardwick and Hoke Smith ex
tended their congratulations to the Repub
llrans for "having at last found an Issue" to
the Durand Incident. Senator Smith added
Dial hit only criticism for the president and
secretary of commerce was thai they did
not openly remove Durand. because bs was
a man "utterly witnout executive capacity.
Pearesa Mas la.
gsnator Penrose (Republican) totea to the
discussion with an attack on civil service
adminislrstMi and the "hypocrisy of admin
UtralKHi heads In the Durand Incident "
Ignoring entirely the shipping bill. Senatora
Oliver Mid Jones i Republicana) and others
on both aides continued tlie political debate
for several hours.
Lewis an Dotaaegas.
tasa Jones said Democratic senators In
first delrruiliuni to postpone action on tl
rblld labor bill had set the stage for Presl
dent Wilson to make a sensational visit to
lb capítol to a theatrical appeal ta asas
tn have It go out to the country that
seríateme brought about the passage of tba
rwjbVskf to Mi HwRbaa rSfewwase St rag!
d. nt Wilson's "too proud to fight" speecB
said Judge Hughes might bs saved from ass
exhibition of ignorance displayed by aa
many leaser but anxious sgasalBBla of that
taut) atar ass sat tusastaaasa. tow ex
rásalos too prout. to right used al Phils
delphie by the president to aa audience of
courageous christian people was tba adsa-
tattos) of an old quotation from the classics
an. lenl as in. ..Upline lis meaulnx I
known to be that a brave people filled with
tmmtm s. tags raaT'
the . .Hiacioueueaa of Uielr right and con
sctoue of their superior strength ware too
proad to right where a caseaaeliB of what
was tRgbt wsmsW bring Justice to alt Taw
ariaHSBI praaiuaed oa tba taSsUlgian or
IBS ansiante ta uadertlaaS
I often regret thai Preetdsol Wilson can
not nad n cotnpaUbw with Us asase of the
dignity of toa au ateto to itasMHast aaaar
straw an the graai outaa of bis fellow man
ktoa kuw. asaaaytod by asatovalsncs to
State Department Explaina Recent
Rerruest to Gevrrnan Embassy to
Publish Nate of Count von
Bernstorff aa Result of Gross
WRITES TROUBLE LETTER
Request Made to Publish Note
of Prior Date Is Cortstrued by
German Officials as Indication
That Department is Favorable
to Berlin Proposals.
By Associated Press.
Washington August 0. State depart
ment officials today explained that taw re
ren t request to the Herman embassy ror par
mission to publish one of Count von Bern
gtorrrt notes on tba settlement or the Lusl-
tatua esse was an Inadvertence At first It
was denied that any such request bsd been
made but an Investigation of tba depart
ment's files disclosed that a letter prepared
by a subordinate official has been signed
either by Secretary Lansing or Acting Sec-
retary Polk and had been transmitted to tba
Pregaseis Net Accented.
State department officials declared that
too mucb importance bad been attached tn
the request tn Herman orrictal quarters and
that u was not as interpreted an Indica-
tion that Germany's proposals war to be
accepted aa satisfactory.
Stats department officials today brake
their silence on das subject and siastlsd
Out what really happened was this
Tba Kiel east lea.
A subordinate official who assembles the
diplomatic correspoadaaca wrote the Ger-
man embassy a letter which Mr. Polk ad
rained was signed either By himself or by
Secretary Lansing for permlaaton to publish
one of the Lualtanla notes submitted by the
Germán gjnaVtssgnar of December 4 Tba aa)
has ay was not safa rased of tas nSeaaai
plan. Word was sent to Berlin thai the
nota would be made public bars. Wben ta
roí ination waa received bars of ras raqnasi
to tba aaabsasy sad Ma
led inquirers to believe I hey ooasidared the
proceadlngs an indication of tba anpaadmg
aaesytasis of tba latest German proposals
la fact it waa stated that the diplomatic re
lations between me united Biases and Oer
many nev.r n.l been so sausfaclory from
their point or view since tbey wars rtrtt ira
periled by aubtnartne warfare.
was isaslisaiaiu farther by e barer
m as aassiuieiy u
This slew of Ska staaSJkaa was tata before
traja. Secretary PoJk Wedaeadsy aa be v ras
tsrisatar aa aeaatutsiy luiwarraatas recent
inuiuauoaa trusa Berlin thai undersea war
rare waa about to Bs resuiif aa IM former
seats. There waa tba added bssjsreaaasa that
aba Vallad Besase had basa ii sacad by th
wufrsWíV'nisrOt Of wsawt MaaMMHMal CMaTrgOsMsjaBa
ataca of Un stoking of tas chana si linar
Buasea. of tba alacarlty of Geraaaajfs derla
rauou of acceptance of toe pr lucrarse leal
Upon Iba akowlag abey believed toe tutta
Bap m sata. I was aanaa. as pur.Be tba l aai
been gaswaa ut iltrsaas metal urctas. Mr
folk s reply wad a refusal a tae ra aucua
toa Lisesegaes sepa
Tba lisies. Beatos asrveraaaeal. it there
;!1Léi nTsa Irisa mf
SALE OF ISLANDS
First Reading of Bui Providing for
Sale of West Indies to United
States Taken Up in Lower
Houm of Rigsdag and Much
WILL ADOPT MEASURE
Speakers Declare International
Situation Brings Question to
Focus Not Domestic or Eco-
nomic Considerations; Lands-
thing Opposes Sala.
y Associated Presa.
Copenhagen August 10. The rirst read
ing of the bill providing for the sale or
the Iianleh West Indies to the United stales
was taken up In the Folkeftifng. the lower
house or fugadas; today and will be con-
Untied tomorrow. It is believed that the
holksthlng will adopt the measure owing
to tba fact that the radical and socialist
parties which have a majority ravor the
Upper House Opposes.
On tba outer band the Landsthlng or
upper bouse. It Is thought. Is opposed to
the measure the lart party having Joined
tbe conservatives who desire to postpone
consideration of tba matter.
During Uit discussion today there was
mucb excitement In the house snd seme
women among the spectators shouted "We
will not sell."
Several or the legislators look part In
Iba debata and the statement waa made
In banal r of tbe government that neither
domestic or economic considerations but
tba International situation had brought the
question to a bead snd that ir the sale
was rejected tbe government would dissolve
tbe Rigsdag and appeal to the country.
Beaaaarfc Baa No Alternative.
Tba finance minister Edward Brandea
Inumated that the government had no al-
ternativa but to accede to tlie desire of toe
The foreign minister trie .le granenlua.
IS opening tbe debate recommended rati
flratlon of tbe sale. He denied that the
government waa forced to sell and added
that tbe government had not favored tba
sale of toe Islands because of the revocable
II remains for
S final derlalon
inirrnalioual . oostrterainfis which had pre
npilattd the matter and ssld dissolutions
of tbe Rigsdag would follow rejection of
Those who opposed tba sake be asa
liaued. had an assy task because the gov
waa uualile . umeij its i hie
ut favor of tbe aala. What
una. ror leal suns. If toe Ua
States took possession of tbe islands v
Should beraaerk declare war against toe
UaltoS states or appeal lo l u rope? TBS
gotaruioenl fell bound to submit b ine
desire of a great slate Tae government
regretted tost toe colors bad to be low
erad but wBea a Burrtoaas wag bto wing
one bad to run before 1L
vnxaw imiMiM IN
ras ti t rea isi mb.
By asea atan Presa
Waahssvgtou. A tigra
li orinan of Uto foreign relation couraol
aar Bto sattaTssjlig af toe tonsa
r assll os gasa tsaU-
purchase price but because their
might posslWy involve Gamnark
BBS Rigsdag now to make
Fl urry in Mexican C Indicate. Plan for "Dollar Revo
lution or Bloodless Conquest of Republic Are Com-
pleted by Newly Formed Legalist Party.
General Jacinto Trevino I. Reported to Have'Repudiated Cara
ranza Money After Paying
to Hotel Keeper for Debt;
Mexican national bills are almost impos-
sible to buy at any price In El Paso as the
ratult of the recant rise in price. Orders
to purchase large quantities of this anoney
were received from eastern brokers. One
order to purchase sano. 000 worth of na-
cional bills waa received by aire yesterday
and an offer to buy 1100.000 worth or these
Mils waa refused by a local bank. Mexi-
can nacional billa were Quoted at nineteen
and a half cents yesterday.
Tba flurry of tire last few days in Mexi-
can national and stats bills Is believed to
Indicate that plans tor the "dollar revolu-
tion" or bloodless conquest of Mexico have
been completed and ara about to be put
Into effset by members of tba newly form
ed legalist party. Tba theory haa been ad-
vanced that the approaching conference be-
tween commissions from this country and
Mexico will adjust many of the difficulties
In Mexico thus causing an Increase in the
value or Mexican money. Little credence
Is given this theory because. If It were
true. Carranxa currency would be Increas-
ing In price carranxa currency now al-
mott worthless baa not advanced in price
ror many weeks The legalists have an-
nounced their intention of redeeming the
old nacional and state bills.
Paya ta Bilks; Revwkes Tkeea.
General Jacinto Trevino military com
Sander of tba five northeastern states of
exloo who is asid to have repudiated the
Carranxa lasue of currency Monday paid
debts to a Chihuahua hotel keeper to the
amount of $30000 In Carrañas currency the
night berore be issued tba order of repu
illation according to word which reached
Juarai yesterday. Luis Cabrera a member
of the United States-Mexico mediation con-
ference it asid to have purchased tsn.ono
worth of jewels the day before he repu-
diated Carrania money.
Oeneral Trevino yesterday waa reported
to have consented to leave hla command at
chihuahua City and go to Monterey hit
Colonel Mariano Tames who revolted
with eighty rive man tn the garrison it
J nares a week ago la said to be making
hla way slowly in the direction of villa
Ahumada. Tba military commander ft
Jttsto snaosBea. yesterday that trier
were I.SOO Carranxa troops now in the city.
Following tba revolt of Tames god his men.
there were less tharf son men In the Jukrei
Camp Pershing and
BOSTON. MASS.. FRIDAY. AUGUST ll.dttS.
FIELD ARTILLERY WILL
BE PRESENTED LIBRARY
OP STANDARD BOOKS
MOR THAN TSS VOLUMES! OF BEST IN
LITERATURE WILL BE GIVEN
A library of more than no volumes bound
In nexible red leather. Including the best
of ancient and modern history biography
rssays poetry drama and flruon. has been
presented by Thomas W. Lawaon to tbe
Massachusetts field artillery now on duty
at El Paso.
Mr. Lawaon'a son Douglas la top ser-
gee ant on tba headquarters staff. The books
are now on exhibition in ana of the win-
dows of tos Old Corner bookstore on Brum
field street by whom tbe books will be
catalogued before shipment to El Paso.
The books are enclosed in gisss dust-
proof cases and Mr. Lawson offers to sup-
ply similar cases for any books which
friends of tba artillerymen wish to send.
u n the Inside of each book presented to
tbe artilleryman Mr. Lawson baa written
a 600-Word article on "Boots and toe Sol
BEFORE JUDGE CROSBY
All of tba altorneya In the surrolk county
representative ease have been requested
by Judge Crosby of tbe supreme court to
meet him In the lobby this morning.
Soma politicians sre ssld to be afraid that
ir Judge Crosby does nal soon remove tbe
injunction re naming the apportionment
commission from filing Its report with the
secretary or state there may be danger Mat
Surrolk county will be without représenla
Uon tn tbe general court ef ten as Satur-
day. August IT it tba but day oa which
candidates Btay file tbsir BotiilneUoo pa-
pera. LODGING HOUSE KEEPER
18 BEATEN BY POLICE
David Sokoi. a West End lodging bouse
keeper who recently rtgured In the al-
legad "police gran" rasa la connection with
pajBtgm oí ganaay m anranam lucuiiis
alleged police protectora fo Soból a
i. waa badly Beaten ap wsuaeaeay
by Hatrolanen oweo J Dounelly and
kian W Morgan of toe Joy street station
The police rielas sokoi resisted erreet and
that bis family turned upon these kicking
tociu and using a knife.
sokoi is at tbe relief hospital to a sertoas
iu. ism rra. oiokeu. asaba
wounds rontoetoas of toe faca shoulder.
Toe affair Bspiiesa. Bt Ska Bausa t
Stamford street. During toe right Sokoi .
wife her mother sad a n year old sua.
Njrnssa. took pert.
gastara league: Sprtoaftete. 4) Raw Lea
don L triret gases
New uasJxsB H; BSvrtoeftaeS. t. (I
Pikes spurt g. Hartford. S.
Lyau. t New Hevea. . irirel gautai
i yira. t. hew Hevea a. (SeoaSd gases
wutad. I i Lawreaee. a. turnee m
$30.000 in WorthleM Paper
Will Leave for Monterey.
garrison. Carranza officials at Juarez aoS
milted that the people of the city prohabtf
were antl carranca in their sentiments.
Employe' Pay lacrreeed.
The pay or state snrl city employes has
Been Increased Jo per cent. Ten per cent
of the salaries of these employes ts paid la
silver and the remainder in the Carrañas
paper. In th Interior salary payments ara
made entirely m paper.
Conditions in Honors are gradually Im-
proving according to Frank J. Holmes of
Santa Marta. Sonora. The Can anea and!
Macozari mine are working full force bs
citizens or Mexico City will celebrate tba
anniversary of the battle of Chtirubiiacfl)
August it. The battle or Cbunibosco was
fought In tan between t tm. 1 states troops
under Oeneral wtnrield Bcott. ami Mexican
under Santa Anna.
The Mexican department of labor ts es-
tablishing a free employment bureau and
la distributing circulare throughout tba
country advertising the bureau.
Tba Mexican national railroad system has
announced that hereafter only the consum-
ers of fuel oil will be supplied with tank
cars. Requests from oil companies for tank
cara will not be granted.
Two Score Lives and Millions of
Property Carried Away by
By Associated Press.
Chsrleston August 10. Cabin Creek
whose flood waters tore through its little
mountain valley yesterday and earned with
them more than two score lives and millions
or dollars worth of property today returned
to Ita narrow hel
Pot it miles from Ronda where Ine creek
empties Into the Kanawha river there is
(Continued from Paga Two j
Camp Cotton Edition
BOSTON TROOPER WHO
REFUSED TO SERVE IS
DISCHARGED BY JUDGE.
ALEXANDER M. EMKRMON g mmt arsswfff
ON WRIT or HABEAS CORPUS.
GOVERNMENT WILL APPEAL.
fudge Dodge tn the United Atetes die.
trtcl court yestnrdsy discharged on a wrU
of habeas corpus Alexander M. Emerson.
Boston architect now trooper In the First
Massachusetts cavalry volunteer militia
who was detained ror eight daya al the
mobilisation ramp in Framlngham rm low.
ing his refusal to be mustered tolo the nam
national guard under ihe new national da
fanee act for duty on the Mexican border.
Tba court bases Its action principally oa
Section 70 or the new act which expressly
provides that no person who refuses to
take the oath to obey the president sa
prescribed In the new act shall be recoge
lined as a member or the national guard.
which is only another name ror the state
There are 1100 militiamen tn Massacbu-v
setts and tojku from other stales now do-
ing military duty on the Mexican border
who have never taken the new oath of tba
natlonaj guard and according to Lot ted.
Blalea District Attorney Anderson. Ibnta-
right to be set free from the military au
thorities is precisely tlie same as that of
Whether o- not judge Bodge would eras
lertain petitions fur writs or habeas cor
pua from each of these l. loo Masaerbutetts
militiamen Bud release them from military
duty pending lbs appeal which tba gov-
ernment baa aigniried its Intention to lake
la toe Emerson case is not known but it
la believed by United .slates army officials
that other members or the militia will en-
deavor to escape military duty in the gaga
Tba govtrnment has signified its inten
lion to appeal ami lending toe appeal. Em-
erson was released on tus personal recoe
COLE'S CANDIDACY FOR
General Charlea H Ceda
candidacy ror the Democratic noiiuuelloa
for governor last night His la leo veo I ea-
rned no surprise aa It was generally known
thai Be .ii m be a asadidate
Al about toa asme Unas the Cosa en-
uouiiceuMul waa asada ex Mayor riugerajd
cante oul wttb a stotensenl saying tost be
waa not a candidate lof the nomination lor
tola position in order tost ax Governor
Walsh utlght not be euiberr eased la Bit aSt
Tbe attitude taken by me rt mayor ceeae
as s bad Jolt to toe DesxatcrsM toldara.
atoes II was generally expeesas
would stake Ike fig to againal
Lodge There was mucb apeculsjton aa tu
tba resana fui' Mr. ntagaraM s wiurarewes
and mere Is no doubt toas a uraveaesui wilt
be si 1ST to gal rum to raounsisar baa Sax
Tba Utraatoasd strike
and baaesa car line was aserte
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, August 11, 1916, newspaper, August 11, 1916; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth198459/m1/1/: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.