El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 37TH YEAR, Ed. 2, Monday, June 4, 1917 Page: 1 of 16
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West Trias Today ind tomorrow rur
warmer m north today.
New Maxleo Today and tomorrow Ma
orally rair; not much chanta la tempera-
ture. Arlrona Today and tomorrow tañaran
fair; not much enante tn ternperstar.
EL PASO TEXAS MONDAY JUNE 4. 19177
ENGLISH SECTION SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS
WASHINGTON SCENTS LEAK ON CABLES
Nation'. Various Political
Economic Difficulties Shrink
Into Inatgnifkance in Compar-
iaon to Effect Arrest of Grand
Duke May Have on Army.
Rash Act of Council of Work-
men and Soldiers Declared to
Amount to Challenge to
Troops in Armenia and May
Develop Frightful Catastrophe.
Mate.' It ww the first Un It bad
bran sunt In Mn streets of parts since
wsr. mieieresses surrouuumg ui
e de It hcuublloue. ware crowded
people who looked on wll
'imrina-a tmnenainn nr
H. Lontust Br Hon tad Ropoport went
down -and addressed the crowd at. Lon-
guet said: 'We -re going to Stockholm
to make peace.' and toe declaration was
-New clouds sre
rinerint on ine nonsons ur tree itusaia.
storro thst msy bring the gravest pos-
sible crisis Is. threelenlng. The nation's
various .political . snd economic dltllcul-
ttes shrink Into tnsltnirtcsnce In com-
parison with the srrest or (land Duke
Krcliolss snd the report of royalist out-
breaks In the Caucasus.
Minister's Mysterious Prophesy.
Onlv a week ato Mow Kerenstar ut-
tereit s phrase which puttied lbs entire
Interprets the minister's words. It also
slons wsrrsntlng their being eslíen more
spproprlsiely s rebellion or uprising II
serenas? a wees id nureutreo uirau
too posiiniuiies or s Caucasian revolt
are such as to cause toe grivest appre-
henslon." That th? present trouble originated In
Armenia Is obvious from kerenskjBs state-'
Revolution Hslled WIU My.
Tbst the Armenians who have hslled the
Russian revolution with undoubted Joy
are not ine culprits of the "royalist out-
bresk" Is beyond any doubt. The only
rdiii-ici that could have 'started an iid-
irc the Russian troops Invading
an 'mountaineers. . Their commander
In cliler at the outbreak or tin revolu-
tion was Grand Duke Nicholas.
TI council or workmen and soldiers
caused OrarM Duke Nicholas to be re-
moved Immediately arier the tovemment
overthrow. The errect of this on the
Caucasian armies must have been enor-
mous for these armies are not composed
or rormer students sad politicises as
wis on the front but or fighters. To
them the revolution was nothing but a
distant echo. The conditions tbst caused
It were practically a riddle to the suc-
cessful campaigners In Asia Minor. Por
no 'deleita bad been caused there throutb
led I hem from one triumph to toother.
Arrest Challenge Is Araaealaas.
in mese campaigns is is apparent mat
.the two or three hundred thousand vle-
tortoos and loyal troops In Armenia and
the Caucasus' could have received the
news or the overthrow or the czar with-
out protest onlv when Influenced br
rlr beloved chief. The rash removal or
s Grand Duke consequently amounted
a challenge to the troops In Armenia.
njim oJiuonrurB. u oi orinan j mvwui
wat clearly a German contrivance and
on that ground wis reieeted by the Hus-
sisn ena otner sorisust majorities in me
hellleerent countries nolitide or riermanv.
the second and revised proposal tor a
conrerenre was Just ss clearly ot Russian
MON8TADT TO BE MORALLY
BOYCOTTED I'M.F.KS IIEKIANCK
TO GOVERNMENT 1VII HIIRAWN.
uy Astocutea tress.
PctrosTSd. June t (via London June I).
Krontttdt will be declared moisliy boy
cotted otnrtwed and cot off from the rest
ot the emnlre unless It Immedlalelv with
draws its acriance to wo provisional gov
This statement was msde to the Asso-
elsted Press today by Minister of Justice
Pereveliofr. who recently conducted nego
tiations with local extremists on behalf of
the petrogrsd government snd nsrrowly
escaped belnt lynched by s mob owing
to his Insistence upon the release of an
innocent ornear wno nan noen imprisoned.
"ftrousisars aensnce wss discussed yes-
terday by the council or ministers he
continued. "All Including the Snclsllsl
not tolérete declarations or Independence
by upante districts. In this we sre sb-
ell or di
shown today when two deputies have une
to roe fortress wren uw aim or nruunnv
too reocia 10 reason.
Kronstadt exaggerates Its strength. We
blockade the Island and starve It out. but
and my colleagues are airead that such
measures are not desirable. Instead the
cabinet probably tomorrow If in the
meantime Krontttdt has not surrendered
will issue t declaration Uist me fortress
town hss turned trattor to the revolution
ami Dcrome an enemy or Rutairt
freedom. We sre convinced the unit-
reprobation or. Russia without harsher
nu n mm res wjit unit? toe extremists
"Formerly when we had tsooble
Kronstadt we temnorreed because
feared the result of stern measures If the
Germans attacked. Lately we have taken
measures which make t German attack
ausoiuteiy impossioie. lncreroro no narra
can corns to nussis I rom enytnmg aron-
stsiit cau no.
OF DIXIE'S ARMY
FIGHTING 0N60VERN MENT STQGKH OLM
OF E CONVENTION
After Lull of Three Weeks in
Which Alhea and Gannt
Search Out Each Other't
Weak Point Battle Along
Entire Lana It -Returned.
General Haig Reporta Drive of
Considerable Scale South
Souchesez River Where Good
Progresa la Made and Many of
the Enemy Made Prisoners.
Eleven IVoancoe of China Now
Io Longer Recognise Its Au-
thority While Three Others
Are Demanding Dismissal and
Puniehment of War Governors
President Proposes to Introduce
Bill in Parliament Including
Declaration of War on Ger
many if Quorum Can Be Ob-
tained; Situation Serious.
By ARTHUR S. DRAPER.
London June 3 After t lull of three
weeks In which both the tilles and uw
Oeimans hive been studiously employed
In endeavoring to discover each other's
weak points snd In which whatever fight-
ing has been done baa degenerated into
siege warfare righting on a nlxable scale
has again broken out all along the west:
Bsascel Haiti's as art
'The official dispatch of General Halt
retarding the British section or the front
masen cheerful reading starting a drive
on t considerante acaie toe rwi
First Tune U. C. V. Holds Re
union Outside Recognized
LatMMMI SMMtS rnuostivT Wll-
SON STATEMENT TO WtMU
MAY HA VK GOOD EKPECT.
Special to tat Morning Times.
l.onuun une a. n
here that the stater
renorted to have Sd dressed to the Bus
slan government wiU do much to relieve
lopes are expressed
merit of America's
President Wilson is
the conruslon which has grown up as a
result or lbs Ruralau "'No annexations
and No-lndemnlty" proclamation
incidentally It U thought that the preal-
on the vexed qu
psilon of silled
however la round to be
Usan real sad to ansa from ratios
represent points of view rather than es-
The American action ri is thou
be modified upon rttMBsaWffl
men . orotntry opposed
Wei latíala asset asta for aster ta
M aasanmaat atad
ltlh.it. in' the
(Kiolnr that knowing I
ki its Franeh ufaaalw Mr.
chamber of deputies the til
I question with tn
over Use caafeireata.
sttitude. it is
means wiu arrange
to raise any serlou
Tat Preach fsrsssuwni
thootM bars asa bav
etinwaporaasat t ta Nan
malorltv and ssssssaaas!
her of prisoners have been
I but It It an nssenUsl point to the su
.of tas British advance. The city of
latino's on tho northern- bank of the i
snd s number
since rigvunt ocrui
By Assoclaud press.
remnt tune a eleven provinces or
China Including that or Chl-LI lo which
Peking- Is sltusted. now no lonKer re-
cognise the euthoiily of the Peking gov-
ernment. The provinces or Kwsiih Tfnig.
KWtev-si snd Yiin-ntn tro suppnTting
LI Yuan Hung. The nroiislonsl
of Kwaug-Tunt In assuring Its
port lo the president and par
nmuuls thtt the military gov-
proceedlnt hnrrledlv to r.suton
nioitriuie tnsi stiouio sue mil
nors ptrtist ji their revolb-
By Associated press
Washington June 3. Tho national capl
i la wartime throws open Its arms
this week to welcome the survivors of
Uur Confederate army which sought to
rapture It more than hair t century ago.
orgy clad vetejfjtis of Uw treat war
Between ine states will march up Penn-
sylvania avenue next Thursday morning
through t court of honor and past the
wntte House in rroni or which they will
be reviewed by the president of the
For the 'first urna lince Ule formation
of the United Confedérete veterans their
annual reunion me twenty-seventh. Is
held outside what were the Confedérala
states. The confederate Southern Mem-
orial association the United Daughters
of the Confederacy and the poos of Con-
federate vétenos bold their conventions
Coolrderate Memorial Day.
Although the reunion actually begins
tomorrow thousands of veterans had ar
rived today in time to participate lo
the memorial exercises In toe Confed-
erate seetlon at Arlington national ceme-
tery where the uuvelllng of a Southern
Koas. the tirt of Camp too. Sons of Coa-
Jerate Veterans was on Um protram.
An escorting column of Union and Con-
federtte retaran members or contras snd
cltlxens will meet Osa. Osorte P. Harrison.
coiniusDoar-in ewer ot ma veterans up-
on nil arrival lo Washington tomorrow
and President Wilson snd Mavor John
P. Nuchal or New York are expected to
uuresa me opeumt session or ine vet
minina ración el north France defend
by Innumerable poets about which the
British fought many fierce engagements
In their April orrenslve.
General Halt does not mention the.
length or the front engaged but all In-
dications point to the llUlbood of rirbtln
all along: the Une pásalos through Avion
Achevllle Fees noy and Roeut. The
British April orrenslve centered around
the chief points of this line.
May Be Mart of ureal Drive.
Nn nnp ha these flaws cares to indulaie
in uiillia.-y prophesy. iut Ibera is a r
mlrln prove the Initiation or the moat
powerful movement Halt baa yet under-
taken. There Is evidence from many sources
thtt in ill sections the Germans have
been expecting s nisr attars their rre-
recenuy in ufi nope or cap-
turlnt few prisoners wllb the Idea of
the surest Indirstlon and they made a
hslf-heartea onsitntTit on tne nrittsn lines
near enrtssy aunng ine nignt.
Their main errort however was dl
reeled aralnst lbs Preach along the blood
suunea stojies or vaucierc ana ine n-
hnmhardmenl the Oermans launched fly
attacks employing vast numbers of
troops. Three or these atttcka were
made on the California plateau to the
recovery or wnirn wey wan to oe at-
taahánv Increased imnortancai daUv. and
two were against veucierc
generally resulted in treat Herman losses
with the result that they have aur
very heavy casualties without l
any nearer the tttatnsnettt or their
arses on Tuesday. Wednasdu nrob-
ably WIU be devoted to eamn fire talks
and rerttwltw old snquilatsnoas. but the
eseJj day will be fiUed wllb silicon
I of enieruunmenL
The big event of Use tatberiat Vie
patada and review by the president-will
take place Thursday moraine tod on rrl-
aay tne veterana win to
batrierield te take part la
loa dedication o
lbs centraf dart
rorth. Tat Farts
at which toe
sections ot Lie
tO an aareensest.
en Was sluing uie
St)s: arts a Scene m
rasaTtSirae crowd be
raised cries of 'to to
alforrja. wik was tan
can owl - viva tf
mall reatad and had tq
ra beard In ttw roots
was sitting the oía-
la lusts tai alt.' 'tro.
statue of Oaneral Batían
i isauMisss Bsaiia rials ara i
iiiiiiiberj over Uie cllv
where for several weeks assy
allies mora taan una nusslad suec-
tator has had to "brush up" to deler-
miee Uw Mantas of the "new ally "
The veterans win camp upon las treat
uaaat aatasss asaaa sad fysatress work-
Ins; almost frsnucally apeediur up mess
ores of aafkaail dafoasé. aaai only look
out lu windows to sea a once bototo
anny oivuwscsaa aunon in use suaaows
ui tne ninetsai twm.
orapd Assay ajea rrxauted
between aba raoMtada ot
gray unuaraat at as seen .
and the data of tba civil
amas um capital was u
u-ay asiprrornsisii oy re
sl Lee's victories. The
however win be
war veteraus and union vstsTaat win
tax a prominent pert m the eaterulu
2 taaast nsM ana aUsttr.
Tba annuel ball bes been platatsd aa
5 sar Jsi rssr.
Jeetlve than when they started. French
opinion diagnoses from these conditions
Ulls trie ijermana are ui a state ot com
Tba waicoate news reached
from Petrotrsd that tne nottltnt
rlnninr to take the offensive In I
lamia Militar- circles bars believe
anything leading to tba . resumption
flu. inns .Wlrfl acoeral nfTMislvn
Russian armies agalnat tba Oermans a
darnnalve on the Carsouda. EXDSTta
pare rjaitere mat una means uw a
- London. June I. The British areasata
on Abe orrenslve oti toe Arras front To-
day'a offtcui irtanaaisaf announces that
an enees lauur una wiiia m m suiacava
river last niant aireaoy naa resulted ga
wr of prisoners hat been raptured.
the n gttt tne eneeay suacteo
er Maa -of advanced Mats southwest est
cnertay aaa at nns aaane aj progresa.
our center attarks retained the buha
und lost with aaa ageassMoai or oaa
German Socialitt Majority Dele-
sratea Leave With Passports
Approved by Government for
International Meeting Under
Ldtw-ship of ackaadmann
Reporta Indicate Reactionary
Parties Have Been Brought to
See Good in Move as Russia
May Be Influenced for Sep
According ui nrrii
Prealdent LI Yuan
Hung Intends torn
rom to tatroduee a bill taking In a
declaration of war atatnst Oermtn If
mere is a quorum present in parliament
The presence or a quuraat however
PARLIAMENT MEKTN BUT NO fJlJfr-
BUM 18 PRESENT. MANY MMEMBEBB
HAVING LEFT CAPTAI. CITY.
Bv Asaoclated Presa.
Peking Juna t. (Delayed.) Parllameat
convened tooay nut tnrre was no quo-
ram owing to the fact thst Ho members
bad left Peking. Eleven provinces have
acmann ror .tne uisnouuiou
i Atteinpts are helng made
President I.I Yuan Hung to
resign rather than to dissolve parliament;
president bat Issued a mándale pleading;
with Chanr-Hsiin the cnmniander of tba
troops at nanwg ano rem
The militarists It Is slid do not bl
and to rorre s disturbance w
ra In 'control or the railways
been uninterrupted and the mill
t ire demanding t new ueleetlon
idlatalv ror tba nuroost of seeuiioa
Prealdent LI Yuan
owing to the Peking military command'
mr refusal to carry out his orders.
Tuan Chi. Jul. the former premier.
reruslng the demand or the uillltarlats
tnat be accept olflce stated he was llrsd
of politics even If t compromise were
CHI-LI BREAKS Orr BJtLATIONH
arrrn centkai. covernhknt.
By Associated Presa.
hmuSim rtf r-lii. I I Iih hrngen orr rela
lions with tee centrsl government De-
iMbraenU of troops tisvo reached 8lu
Tain. Military beadauarters have beau
eatabllabsd In Tlen Tsin ciyr.
Hau.Mhin.rauuur. lormwr leeiesais
sute baa been auuolnled premier of lbs
new military government.
cnangaoom toveruor ui
province bes coomiandeered railway ears
to trlnt troops toward Peklut. The troops
ara aaa to aaatr Tlan-Tsin. But wiu reman
I within a ahr.rt distance of the City unit
tba president's flnsi decision Is announced.
it la aisled uere reauug la quiet.
aatrtMANa and forum
Bjr Associiled press.
military sarreraor of the province of
aawei am rao ui urn auaturasy
eveolag and after a conference wllb tba
yvaug-eniB-uien ffm acaasi
brother or Tuan Cbl-Jul. rormer
was ñamen aumsurr oi wsr;
Mi who it believed to be strorsf-
as baas aurat soutb of Y tires whera
cap to red nineteen prisoasera. ruante sr.
Cilery stain was active aear BrdMcouri.'
mtralty par Wireless to A asocia led Press.)
British ansckjs were nada oa tat Oar-
atta ttaat Wat saMaear Looa at the
Sourhea river and northeast of MOncby aa
!"ulhairS; ÍSSTwIri Ss!
paused sad lot that tWaCbtt sa eon-
tuiuuili souihwesl of Lens. The aSSbs-
-Britiab aviators dropped bombs aa a
csasp in toa rsurloa of Etapas which re-
traasad a in death of oaa prlaooer alaa-
of loreits affairs sad tmst naaiaasti
rormer mlnlsur of communications was
nbnaiai aa minister of the Interior.
The rhlaf of tba genosrnwr'.e at Pakhatl
hat bees requested to wase PlWaldaoJ ÜJ
Yuan ataos who preunaably ts virtually sl
prisoner tad who Is expected to reslgql
ttj aatrtsrlsU have Isolated Peking The
ass bis esuni anea a strict can
OB tba telegrapu lines.
Today's Attractions at B
íe Germen socli
ataa In the Inserí
errara under Scbeldemehn's leadership.
have left with passports approved by
the government. It seems to dswn on
even some re-aruoniry pintes here thtt
It wis a tood thing to fat them to.
i ne pan Herman ana conservative press
laauea tne cuanceuor tor weaas in vie
us language urging hlm not to perm!
u socialist deletttea to leave. Son
r tba lass agaresalve middle ntrtlti
venturod to express the view that Ger-
many should refuse litem pals porta.
Newspapers expressed re doubt aa lo
the advisability of parmltunr the fler-
Baron Van Zadilrá. leader of free eoa-
servaiivea wrlllut in uie iter Tar U
American War Mission
Headed by Elihu Root
Arrives Russian Port
By Asswrkatad Preaa.
WaahhHlaa Juas t.-are arrival a
a Busslaa part at the American rem-
mlssloa la Rassta beaded by Ellku
Root aahaaaadar axiraarSlaary waa
a awpatea w tae
nlv In the
prosecution Of war again sl Hie common
enemy nut in lira reaaniiiiauon u tne
tiwiioi .iiited country. It wss prccediid
oy a spacisi mission oi
whose arrival already
Arter a nntl conrerenea between pres-
ident Wilson and Mr. RooL the commis-
tioners traveled overland to the pariric
coast and there boarded a fast naval
vessel. Under the voluntary censorship.
at tne renuest or tne government nearly
all American newspapers retrained rrnm
liuhllshlug snjthlng shout lio n- depart-
ure or the Mints through which they
passed along lbs way. While no .Herman
luumannee are Known to sm op'-chuuk
In the Pacific It waa doemed wise to print
nn (details of ths trip until tbe vuyagrrs
were landed safely. Tho arrival of the
mission ai Petrotrsd is twilled anxiously
bind or the
Hudylnt and strengthening tbe
ne provisional tuverniiiani.
r. Hoot trs John It. Moll. Cvru
voys esiraordlniryi Major General ilugh
i.. seoit. enter or stsrr of tne sriiiy mil-
itary representatives of the president;
Hear Admiral Janes H. Glennon. nsvl reo-
resenuttve of the president and a large
Charlea R. Crane envoy eitrnonlinary
already Is In Husslt and will Join tho
party at its .oesunauon.
MEN AT PRESIDIO
MUST NOW SLEEP
U. S. TAPPED
Frankfurter Zeitung Declares
That of Bombastically Her-
alded Two Billion bane Only
About One-Half Has So Far
Been Realized by Govern-
Remarks That Money Will
Never Be Wanting in U. S.
but People Are Loath to Part
With It; Preparation to Help
Allies Galled Loud-Mouth
Speelsl In tbe Morning Times
The Hague June a. The Frankfurter
zeitung commenting on Ainer'.ra e prep
trtllons asks why she hss found Is nee
esaary to sdvertlae to the world sl Urge
the measure In which she bas so far con-
trinuti'd vi the wont of tbe war. and tug
tetts that the entente powers demanded
in. s to cneer inetr peoples un.
America HBoua Mhe Cas Help.
"America has already shown thtt she
csn help" says ule Frankfurter Zoitun.
"but Its first move baa bean eomnulaorv
State Department Suspicions Ac
tivity of Germany in Delays of
Three or Four Days in Trans-
mission of Cables From Pe-
trograd to Washington.
Irregularity of Service
Traced by Officials in Effort
to Ascertain Why Delays
Come at Time When Infor-
mation la Wanted From Slav
dsy lakes qulu t
thinks lbs soclsllsu
proper persons to oa en
perhaps the only
mission of enllfhtenlng tbe Hu
to German peace conditions snd lo clear
away what be calls the parapeta and
wire enstoetemsoU ur prejudices and
rumora which separate public opinion lit
Huttlb and German opinion.
a rsastfks: "Tba German oartlctBeail
wllWurS a cuanta lis explain to
r i as i I nrt . ti...
ip vina rromuinaien luaat ríase-
after No Una Will He Al-
lowed to Go Home Nigh tt.
is nrasumibly the former will hive tba
prlvite confidence ot the letter this In-
icrriiinie oi views eugnt to prove ei-
lecUto. "Mclwldmsnn In ptrllculir may Initetd
fo chaslijf tba miriige of intirnatlonsl
oUier euunu'loi will convlneo him that
peace Without victory la an Illusion and
that a victory by as over Enfliml It a
vital outiuiuou ior peace. '
ilfneuwiaana is in oritur of great
power. It be uses hit gut In tbe rum
direction be caiuiot fall to bring the truth
home to the Husstant. His responsibil
ity will be til tba treaur If ne isiis
to do bis duty snd the world this greet
Tbe opinion tbst It wu very wise to
let uw sociillsl delotstea go lo Mock-
Iwlm It now bsld pretty generally. It
Is argued first ir otssports hid beau
refuted to them tbe would never have
slopped sccusbig the authorities of bar.
venieti tiinm tioni putuog u
ease correen before tba entire
world; second that In thai case IB
ntocanoam cooieumee waum uave wm
ctptured by Germany s enemies who.
i esisnuera oi tne !
i eaailr have persuaded
the Russian delegates that Germany wat
aaalntt ueace. and. tblrd. If tiolbUMr elas
Is gained br tbe Stockholm conltranoa
II will convince Oermtn delegates or Uw
trreconrilableneas of their conferees la
Kngiana Prance ana naiy. woo is si
Itutrally believed here sre only u
MMoaMM of their eoverunienls Whose I US
possUHa peace conditions art only toe
come bark from Stockholm V wiser snd
eomioesu tiwt II is no
use talking patea wits those wno u
bound to kill yon.
M. C. GUERRERO IS
FOUND NOT GUILTY
OF KILLING MILLER
City Detective Accjntted by
Jury After 1 wenty-rour
wrrero cwr aesecuve waa ac
1 1 j. rkmria of ftiuraar 111 KSI
wlia 'gé kilHtuj at Erasetlgar
district 'courisonday rdgW.rla
is out approilmatelr M hours.
sana aseas as uw snrv osturc
ut at tveiocat. laailir evaw
o'eWk E. D. Park torimw. of
T. auda a request of Jndt w.
WU Of mm cmrpe.
he Jurors rssorud tbe eaert
mm PsrlT reed uw verdict. Ousrrsre
f V. wmmt Si MeedeehaU
IX'TtOimC sUUWfbs WJi
leave from tlw eimp after Joe tvtnlng
siuny perion. ine men win ne requirea
to do their sleeping in the barrarte.
a it naa
o'clock snd many arssped the oppor
tunity to go Home ana luxuriate in an tne
omrorts or t spring oaa ano sus pa-
smss. As long is they ere bark on the
ob tae nett morning at stati o'clock notli-
ng ansa ss:d. This now is t thing; of the
pssL Every mm muat bs lo his military
cot alter ups.
PutUoa aa the Screws.
Training ta be s soldier runs on the
same lines la preparing for tlw big game"
remarked a football alar from the iimHi-
wesl "they aurt you In easy and if
tba rank and rile or men ensated In
or less Sttdsntary business pursuits
g muscles tod bones and sore snd
llreu reel ware expected to suit w'.tb.
Two seeks hss put toe "flabby" or
"soil" stage behind the men and they
worked bat to a menu! direction. Tb
business man who wu "boss" in bis own
oi flee and in the habit of giving all lbs
orders and tik iif none bas adjusted hlm-
seir so sne condition or oemg ordered u
police a street or remake s bed that was
no i construe tea sccoruing to tne reguia
lions ne la
ai oi an wruer wi tinnaa w i
been istaasalnmart for years.
In w lb Uw new order of
metier of duty snd pride.
tor years. He started
iirder of timas sa a
uly and Olido. Two want
hss so adjusted him mentally IBM aa WW
does Hut lustier ot course.
It bas at tetes long for a strong Mat-
ing of comradeship to spring up uasoa
own MM already there Is a distinct spini"
In the cd-ganltal: on. As Uw men work to-
gether and become acquainted the ajare
initial acdualntanceabip ot civilian Ufa
has been superceded by Uie man to mart
reUtwashtp which can beat be described
fkassfsai Mea Presarlas lar War.
A Targa and lalerealing volume could
be wrltls about tba varied careers ot
many men wno ara
to serve liwlr count
ton la merely
sre n oe ot Uw
oto. J sanes aaa mm. i
hart ara servkxr astfe
nr. Tb ca
see saasja pome
m. Two ara M slat
Coast Artillery rorpi. Mcbird
uabilna SSIS It Fort Iswsou
ton. Forra at. who is ta wigb
tat osusnent m an euoeavor to
Us fforaniuwal atatborltwa UkM
it oaa floter has ht do w-is.fa
duced nit fficwury in na profession.
Three older haatbsra sre taekint tb op-
porlusrtty In whirl men of their years
fr'sros'íwt Wsl5aUón'Vlány iJSS
lo frase. Another cotia browo's
brother still Is f :ttalJat a- a cáptala WMlb
ar's aide died
t s. a cáptalo
rat aaods retel ved la the
Th. liiTsT'sllssslssilsii u the
etntlaav ot twaty-na pi. ted
ed officers from a First At
nr. Tb:r arrival was
cei f led nrtasrs n
that Prslidsot Wilson wlti nol wini
ra sena an srmy across we Atianue wnen
menta of entlneera and a division of ma
When these hive tvolded our subma
rines" be uys "there will be ÉWJX
Americans on French toll. It would be
interest' hit to know bow many tra tl-
resoy in in rants or our enemies
about what It terms American loud
ninulhed boasting snd says that bstoro
MM American lirplanei and Mto airmen
trott the Atlsntic months win htve pass-
ed and In tlw meanllmn tba German atr
rorpa will have had lime lo prepare for
iDeaiina or th submarina ramtmiro.
the Zeltunt taya:
rniiui uw aaiiy reporu or our lunma-
naa we hive not vet noHead tbe efrecl
of Uw American nify."
it idiiuia mat America rsn increase inn
lies' rood supply so rsr aa the German
ihsraavlaaa ilon't Interfere. and give
them rinanrlil auppnrt but uiirsUous how
sung Washington csn continue to pro-
curo money cheaply.
Liaeny seso Moves aiewiy.
"Of tile bombastically announced
OOOfiOOMu only about hair bas been realis
ed. Money win nsver oa wantint m in
United mates; but will Americans tw will-
lug to part with II?"
The editor agrees however Uwt II Is
lo Germany's interest that tbe sllres be-
come more audi more dependent on Ani-
Sprclal to the Morning Times.
Waabintioo June . Peliys of rroro
ttvss to four days In the transmission
of cables front. Ambssaador Francis at
Petrogrsd . It time when authentic Infor-
mallon from Uw tlttaslln capital la to
eagerly desired by Hie admlnlstrauoo
baa sttmn rise In Uie stsle denaruneut
to t suspicion that Ifi lomo way Osrman
ngeoia eitnec in itussis or cisewnere
sm intercepUng tnd decoding the mag-urn.
caste t ompanv Traeiaq Messages.
The cabin rompatiy hss oeen i equerted
trace the messages and discover iba
cause or Uie delay. Messages riled dsn
m ingeniar in some in-
ullv s Isrte hstch of
received simultaneously. This
d the belief hers that they
laid iinrrt from England
Uennaa Influence Suspected
There It I jMsslbiiity that German to- -fliiences
at Petrograd are causmg tbt
delay Thus- Interrerlng with the lnMh
chinre of vlowa between the irmtid
antes tad Huaalan governments tnd at
th same time obtaining for Berlin Ja
auvanee an intormouon reiaimg lo uva
discussions between Huuii and tail
country sine- the publication of pal
famous Zlmtnermann imte 11 his been
believed bare thst Germany It using
every resource ti) embirries Uw Unlfad
States ttrroiith use of Informttion caV
laliü-d by "lapping" dtpiomiUc correspondence.
ARREST MADE IN
erics hut saya that flu- latter stay some
ty ream having prolongad th w
uw sata of greedy malarial
AJbrechl. a Hamburg engineer writ
ing in tne ingeoisit says inn it it dirn-
euil lo believe that America can carry
out ber sliipbullillng protrsm or t.tMMU
loos vearlv. when Ensltnd. the sblobutld-
ar of tradiuoo bas achieved this figure
only in peace timet oy in exenion of
all ber foro speaking or tba thousand
ships which It hu been attoouoeed thai
America Would build mere ownUon of
wb i n Invariably Mcltea ridicule In the
German preaa Dr. Albrecbt asyi: 'Am-
ericans have alwaye had great plans as
atrata shows but we must
lation. America cannot save
friend and before Uw ton thousand
tafa question; bal what do the plan
mean? Perhaps Arr:cs's Isst tod dea-
twrsta eriort to uve her fricad bul II
Is more likely Hist abe la ultlnt the op-
GavtaniBnaanl Troops at Ojtnaga
to March Against Rebels
Cawped on Rio Cotschoa.
received a report fust Villa's uiain com-
OUM bad muveii up th CimcKw rjvd
irom Han Juan lu Alamo. General Jot
Inés Matar M with Vast Uw report
to bad uuuaTiX
on sad it wss asiasatry tat
rameen aw Usaaslaalsti tit Sucotias. la
mes navina news niien wwa
land wha tlasy ratcbed OSsats.
off brers rod men Irom UW OjesaM
held after Being riled.
Mleratandlna nr Um slate denarii
that Uw cable over which the dispatches
Man Alleged to Be Brown Ap
prehended in Beaumont by
Important Witnesses on Way to
tl raao to Identity
Special to Uw Morning Times.
eiivar uty. n. as. June . snerirr Mar-
tian J. McGralh. who returned ñera tature
aliar s ten-daya' quest In uarch of the
sisyer or slayers of Thomas Lyona mil-
lionaire Grant roiintv estnaasatn. murdered
in El piso Msy 17. snnoupeed he had Mf-
resteo in n.auioont. Tetas a o
arrested elslmt all
lall. Oassraa Clara.
with whom Brown alayen all nltbt wUto
t wmi i.yona ior purcnaaa or
I w. noiiana rauuiy rjarx
tell him isnd and Joba at-
iera left lonltbt for n Past
tb sustwet BWd ts slWged
U Cunnlnehsm. EI Pass
of Santa Rita snd rormer I
tsooaaty. mads t trio to Beat
I resulted lu tas irreal of Jonea. i
Then IhouaatKl doliera reward
orraree ror uw srrest or sBurox
by Mrs. Lyons widow and
cuy oí r.i raso.
U Is ss d tbst Jones wu brought a)
EI Psso county Jail Sunday. However as
tberirt's mce refused to give out toy
Uifornuulen regarding his arrest in Beau-
sipnt The itwrlfri orne adral tied la
oAlcars had returned frrao East Tessa.
Senator Fall Would
Take "Red Tape" From
New Homestead Law
spas tal to
great mwresl lo persons lu
making Iwimnstatsl entrtes
stock raiiuuj hoaasstead act i
ember wu received it a It
er in pro via
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