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mBIDE SOT. 21 -
Gen. Bell AnWnces Eeview I
After Parade; 20 mue
Line of March.
Tin- irst review and parade o an
f u t-r division at war strength eon-
- , rff o.f :,000 men. ever held in
. 1 nited States 11 take place in
1 po Thursday.
-, s announcement was made by Gen.
r.. -e Eell, jr., Saturday at noon. The
- rw will be made on the mesa east
o? l-o-t Bliss, by MaJ Charles M.
r , ft commanding the Pennsylva-
di ifion The parade will pass
ugh the principal streets or the
ill be about J miles in lengtn.
.i -will consume nearly seven houri
, -Mng a given point. Eight thou-
- J .i-umals and 1000 ehicles. includ-
j-urs, amouiances anu isuij -r.
will form part
of the mammoth
ti . ihnprarr has not yet
w -k-.i out. It is known, however,
t the parade will start early, and
a- t will pass through the heart or
t . lty.
! . Jr-r the new armv bill, an lnran-
t i. diMSion at war strength consists
f ,' following units Infantry, 1S,4:
r sr in i-ers regiment, 1T9: elgna corps.
ravalrv. 124S artillery brigade.
medical train. 15; quartermasters
, icit. !;- TiacK Train.
14 ; sanitary
. , .-- Tneieal Ktrencrtll. 1015.
ims'on is composed of 7S9 offi- ,
r -3 and :."..14- men. maKlne a total :
wo,, strength of S5.941. it Is estimat-
j ,!. there are about 41.000 troops
new in Kl Paso. , I
Bell will review tne t-ennsyi- .
v.ni. division next week.
8TH MASS. INFANTRY GIVES
OPEN AIR VAUDEVILLE
T'ie eighth Massachusetts infantry
g .e another of Its popular open air
siirOMlle programs Friday evening at
f .-nr Cotton
Pvt Rand. Prt Lombard, Pvt.
Sweene and Corp. Hammond gave a
euh -The End of a Perfect Day."
he eighth infantry band gave a con
. ert under the leadership of Sergt.
v,ar s Jennings. Newton C Bassett
and Burt Blessington gave songs and
. ftures. E. "W. Gordon gave a monolog.
p-1 "William Evans and Miss Ryan did
a fanc dance. Pvt. Earl Main and Pvt.
ra-1 Hall gave a black face comedy
a- i Thomas and James Mozier and
Harri Hayes gave a trick hlcycie act.
hi iiin et '
wnistiing aci. j
Harrv Tjorenzo ga e
which was encored.
ZETAr'Sl tKAltKIir i
TO HAVF niNnlF.R TONIGHT I
V stag dinner -will be giien by the I
(Xi. fsi iraterniiy memwrs uvw c,- .
ceii in El 1'aso as regulars or min
- j.me-1 it the Hotel Paso del Norte to-,-1
t beginning at T oclock.
R Eainey. the internal revenue
. -Met tor. is thought to be the only
ember of the fraternity whose home
- in El Paso.
Sergt. "W. G Thurber, battery A.
T.hode island infantry, is in charge of
i'e arrangement About guests
r expected to be present.
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Laird-Schober make lace
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Covered Louis Quince heels; the finest
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throughout and of simple elegance.
Lace Boot with genuine cut steel
trimmings, embroidered on the lop
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afternoon or reception wear
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PUHS HIH HJJL:
Consult Gen! A.M. !
Protection; Study Inter
nal Affairs of Mexico.
London. Conn., Sept. 1 The ,
American members of the American- t et speaking with remarkable ilea.
Mexican joint commission which Is J ness and vigor. profesora Jostfin.i
seeking a solution of the Internationil 1 Bravo, a woman school teacher of
problems arising from the Mexican sit- ! Juarez, in a patriotic addre delivered
uatijn. In the absence of the Mexican ' near the Juarez plaza Saturday morn
commissioners, studied today the sub- j mg. blamed the Mexicans tMemsel -s
jects to be discussed at the resumption i for the wors that are rnliiis tin.
of the sessions next week. southern republic
Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, who pointed
out to the commission the necessity
for border protection by Mexican troops t
in event that American forces are
withdrawn, was called into the con
sul'ation. It is believed unlikely, however, that
the earlier meetings of the commission j
will deal with this phase of the sit- j
It is more probable that Internal J
Mexican affairs, regarded by the Amer- .
icans as the more basic points at inf.
will oe consiaerea j
Iturnlrs Force Proposed.
I A suggestion that the Mexican ov- '
ernment create a njuMdiiuwi " -der
dutv similar to the rurales of the f
lila rpftm was made Frida. Ap-
rarentlv the plan for a joint police
force previously discussed was aban- i
anA ., Imntietlenhle After the com
mlssioners had conferred with Gen
Gen Bliss. It was leameu. maie
jomt commission a dispassionate staf -
nent f the situation he neuevea i.en
Pershine's withdrawal would create
hfre a nronerly constituted con
tabularv is created to relieve
hhIm Mmi He llesnotisiiile.
There is reason to believe the Amer
ican commissioners have sought to im
nress their Mexican conferees with the
view that Mexico must fecoenue re- ,
if good relations are to be unimpaired.
Would lie nn Imlivldnal Pnrsult.
The theory is that a force of care
fully selected mounted police could be
disposed in small posts in the nil.
countrv. The chase would become an
individual pursuit rather than a mtli-
movement wnicn t .., .-
f.iix-n after the bandits scatter
! i. n,ttH neneeful residents.
police would check up the coming ana
goings of every man in a suspected
. ir Moving swiftly and un
hampered bv women camp followers, j
it is believed, a Mexican military force
could do much toward puiiing a per- i
manent check on brigandage. :
,e..Trivr MtMlCTCD CPCll'Q
LAKlvAnii ii.Ui)ii.iiJi"" :
enn IINIVF.RSAL WAR TRAINING
. . .. , :.
jrexico ttty. -iiex.. awl. ...i... -
ism j oppsed and universal military
trainine- advocalea in a jaencan ns-
day celebration speech
today bv Felix Palancini. minister 01
pnbtic instruction in the de facto cab
inet Palavicini spoke as the unoffi
cial representative of Gen Carranra.
The speaker deciarea uiii hc
was the intention to establish a strong J
government in Mexico, n was not in
tended that such a government should
be controled by military power alone.
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A LI. OTHER
l-WLI IS IHJKi
Woman in Address to 5000
In Juarez Arraigns People
In a oice tremblins with emotion.
"How many times hae we met on
this holiday to celebrate the progress
of our country and to profess to her
our unconditional allegiance r.nd yet
in spue oi it an. u-iw; nci u,.uc ,
and suffering, an innocent victim to
our ill-contained pasjioi. our incor- ' Camp Pershing, is being consirucreu
, .!.. ' fnoosite the 11th division head
rigible negligence, our inexplicable . J,""0 lThis hut will be for all of
lack of foresight, our apathetic a of tnoh,0 tr.op.. The hut is the largest
ooing ming -
This was the arraignment hurled i
profesora Brao to the oOOi citizens
.if Juarez gathered around th, tem
porary pavilion, constructed in front ot
opposite the plaza. The o- caMon of ;
the gathering was the leleoration oi
Mexican independence da. under thi
auspices of the Patriotic soi-iety of j
auart?7, an iiiKainii"ii !.,;, , , .t.,
rantlco Gonzales and acting maor.
i 'apt Felipe Torre.1-
Cr"id hrern prnker.
The crowd cheered loudly at each
Mini made by the little speaKer. wr.o
spared no words in baring the national i
-See our country weakened and morl- j
Dana, ne exciaimeu, namug ivr
I virile son to heal her wounds and give
i her food to strengthen her in her weak
ness and vivify her anew. Behold her
weeping and supplicating, with hands
J f breaU for cmld
Prudence for adults, and . pea
work for all . . . She alone has suf
fered all the blows, in her bosom have
lodged all the arrows, she alone has
shed blood, while we. blind and fierce,
have rained upon her blow after blow.
Keryhere in llvidencr.
"If you do not believe me. take a
train and see the burned stations, the i
destroyed trains, the houses felled by
fire and sword, the barren fields, the
dead cattle, the pale men. hungry and
helnless see the women stripped. tn ing i
to feed tnelr babes with dried nreasts
-here we used to see prospenty
abundance, now there Is scarcity
nngery- where there was entbusiam and
jqv, now there is desolation Are we
,,,.0-,.!,,,,, or are we going back-
, do.t care to know whose fault it
is that does not matter, but vihat
want to know, what it is Indispensable
to know, is how will we repair this
damage, when shall we legin the work
of reconstruction which is necessarv
n-v.r. rA there fawi ntii
Where are there food and work for our
k.alan n-hn AVnatrll's f rtAmcMl'. c
brethren, who expatriate themsel
daily in order to secure " a beggar'-,
crumb, because here the land denies
it to them?" ,
ppeitls to ""Higher lien.
Turning to Gen. Gonzales anil otht 1 ,
high officials of Juarez, the speaker I
cried, "O high men. if you are not all i
dead, listen to my conjuration give us ,
peace, for we are thirsting for it: give j
us work, more work, much work, for !
we hanger for this blessed bread. Anu
be speedy, lest Hidalgo, Morelos. and j
Guerrero come down from their tombs J
and demand a strict accounting regard-
Ing the country which they left
Others who spoke were profe-sr.j 1
Ajitonio Edcudero. Alfredo Rascon. j
Josefa Luevano. Paz Rentena. an.
Kasolia Armendarez. all school chil
dren, who delivered patriotic recita- ,
The music was furnished by Gen
Gonzales's brigade band, of 71 pieces
Children In Parade.
At 9:30 a parade, headed by Gen I
' Gonzales, Capt. Torres, and Lieut. Col i
Buclon. of the comandancia. was
. formed at the mayors office, and
! marched through the principal streets !
, of the city It is estimated that about
...... .. j: .. .11 .... r
Oe jaexicaui suiuin-, ui an a nn vi j
I the service, participated in the celebra
I MEXICAN CELEBRATION ;
I AT LYDIA PATTERSON SCHOOL !
I A Mevican independence day celebra- I
tlon was held at the Lydia Patterson j
institute Fndav evening the Mexi- 1
can branch of the Y. M. C A. The en- ,
tertainment was well attended both by
Americans and Mexicans who are irter- ,
ested in the work of the association. 1
The Reyes orchestra plajed a number
of selections. Miss Garcia gave a piano i
solo and the boys of the Lydia Patter- I
son school and T. M. C. A gave "The
Aztec's Prayer for the Nation" and '
also a flag drill and song. These were
under the direction of Jose Escobar, of
the T. Ji C. A.
Gutierrez Hernandez gave an oration
and the celebration closed with the ,
Mexican national hymn. ,
pennslvania Infantry j
TROOPS HAVE BATTLE PRACTICE !
AH of the Infantry regiments of the
seventh Pennsylvania division were
out on maneuvers Saturday morning,
continuing the battle problem of Fri
MaJ. Gen. Charles M. Clement was In
command and the "red" and "blue" i
armies were working out the problem ,
of attack and defence during the day
CAVAZOS ENCOUNTERS VILLA
BANDITS NEAR NAMIQUIPA
Chihuahua City. Mex.. Sept. 16
Troops of Gen. Jose Cavazos have come
Into contact with Villistas on the
Rancho de las Varas east of Xami
quipa, according to reports receiverl
Friday by Gen. Jacinto Trevino.
Troops of Gen. Huerta Vargas and
Col. Zuazua are moving to cooperate
Ten millimeter field guns and 14
French 75s were features of the inde
pendence day parade today.
NORTH CAROLINA GUARD
IS ORDERED TO BORDER j
Washington. D. C. Sept. 18. The I
Xorth Carolina national guard was or- I
dered to the border today. I
It has been reported that the North
Carolina troops would come to Kl Paso. '
as did the South Carolina troops. '
TE.V.i CAVALIir KXCIIA-Nfill
MIOTS AVITII CVTTLi: III VTI.BIl. '
San Antonio. Texas, Sept. IS. A j
squadron of Texas cavalry pat ruling I
the border near Candelana Thursday ,
night surprised a band of Mexican? 1
smuggling cattle over the line, a-'- j
cording to a report made to MaJ. Gen. i
About 75 shots were fired -without
casualties on either olde. The Mexi- !
cans escaped over the Rio Grande but
left the cattle behind
MAJ. IIK.MIAKDT ASMCMIi)
TO (IL'ARTUIUIASTUR COnP.
MaJ. Geortje C. Earnhardt, of th-
eighth cavalry, haa been detailed to
the quartermaster corps In place of
3aJ. Frank S. Armstrong
Capt. Kerwln T fmun nas oton aa
l alniMl to thA '.d !nfantr
Capt. Woodson Hooki r has also been I
UBIbHm " VMC u... '"J .
SHORT C1RCIIT CVlSKS ALAUI. .
Fire caused by a short circuit in the f
engine of a motorcwle as responsible j
for an alarm turned into the central I
department Frn!a nipht about
... lock fiom Ku.mi streot ..nd Myrtl?
arriiup In -n the fire apparatus
in iveo it i . .w.i '.t ih.
. ... of th- m t"i i 'e ' i - t
JCjJLt Srj&.ZDJ LLikJ$JLilJ
Cavalrymen Breaking New ,
Hard at Work.
The Ohio infantrx regiments spent
I n.ia in .lulling and the cuialry m t
'., ikins; h.-r---s The eaalry has just
'two Teran.inm' the EigUth V S. ,
I cavalr are m.-.trnriing the four troops I
j of Ohio cavalrj in mounting and rid- j
1 ','Th,eh,r.rach0mee5un company officers j
J r! the Ohio org .n'zations are being in-
tru tel at Tort Bliss by regular army '
officers The Ohio gun companies arj ,
non iuipp'1 itn iwis matum j
Mai William Kelly, of the istn
c-nalrv ha-, heen asigned as com- '
mander oi tl.e provisional cavairr 1
resiment. wnicn inciuoes me iui
. -Y" hut. the first to be built at
... h ,,en b,nitere
Ijeu! P P Mandysme. aujuiam
Ohio caa!r, is on a leae or ab
e and is at home in Cleveland
SAN ANTONIO DIVISION
IS HIKING TO AUSTIN j
San Vntonio. Texas. Sept. IS. hour- .
leeii thousand and sixty thre officers .
ami nun of the regular army and na- I
n. .nal Kuard started out of San An
tonio tKlay on the biggest practic. t
m irch in the history of the American i
i arm, an S3 nine niK to Ausun.
Fight das will be consumed in the
march to Austin There will be tnree '
,ays of camping at Camp Mabry. Eight
ias will be spent in the return to
San Antonio. The division is made up j
of Wisconsin. Illinois. Kansas, TexaG
and Missouri guardsmen and is com- '
manded by Brig Gen. Henry A Greene j
ARMY BASEBALL LEAGUE
1U Mfcti iUWUAI Al i r. M.
....... . n. M v. I
I The managers of the Array Baseball
! league have been called together Sun
i ila afternoon at " oclock for a meet
, mg at the Paso del Norte
The call was issued 1 y apt. A. 1'
Watts, of the -vth infantrj, who is
president of the league. Importan
he discussed at this meet-
i.nii"iniTin imiT. ,
Mexico Citv. Mex.. Sept. IS. The m-
ture of the money in which debts of
;riou characters may be liquidated j
i specified In a decree just issued bj
the treasury department. j
Debts contracted prior to April 15. J
1311. are payable in Mexican silver or I
noncounterfeitable notes of five to
one those contracted from April 15 j
to September 10. 1914; are payable ii I
national bank notes, those from Sep- ;
t-mber lf to April 3". IMS. are payable
, noncounterfeitable' notes at par and , S
a. a ma I fil
those contracted after April 30. in non
u a rfitable notes, unless otherwise ,
The department of fomento has de- .
..reed that all mines not worked for '
two consecutive months early shall
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A teasDonnfiil to a crlass of water not I
..t,K- neiitraTWec the nlkali hnt makes
the heverag a lefreshmff one.- Adv
t Itlg Concert by RnyoM Orchestra every
any iron i-&;i' iinm .:ixi ana irora i
T.-H1 until S&O p. m.
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Light Wines t-crrd to Order
2nd and Stanton St
TEXAS - GRAND
THE NEXT ATTRACTION
Balcony 10 cents
Night 15 to 50 cents.
Indigestion. One package
provesit 25c at all druggists
I I I II I
Play Havoc With a Big Man In
A Five-Act Metro Wonderplay Starring
(As a Vampire)
and CLIFFORD BRUCE
(The Big Man)
A Five-Act Photoplay of Today.
Pasoans to Reeves County
Kl Paso will have a delegation at tne ,
teeves county fair in Pecos next Fri-
dr A pecial Pullman car
attached to the Texas Pacific tram , I
wnich will leave here at sit oclo k ;
Thnrsdav evening and ti e delegation ;
will arrive n Pecos earlj Friday morn- j
excursion is being planned by i
.- .,. - ,m- '
liic i i. .!" .-
mittee of the cnamoer oi cunnir... ..,.
ry. Keees-. traffic manager oi tne
chamber of tummerce. is in marge oi
,ne ii8t whioh is bein
the merchants who are oeinK urn
to make the trip or send representa-
tives. , I
leu For Trip.
firms signed Satur-
day morning during the first part ot I
C. H. Finley. the Western Coffee Co j j
George P. Kyan. jiomsen-uumie,-"- .
?eorge' P. Le Baron, the Broaddus &
La Baron Realty Co
Robert Krakauer, Krakauer. Zork
riaiborne Adams. Globe Mills. '
Herman Andreas. -ity National Bank
First National bank.
Vnlon Bank Trust Co
A Schwartz. Popular Drvoods Co.
R M. Dudley. Texas Bank & Trust
Co. , '.
If. II. Fris, El Paso Herald.
15 GERMAN AIRPLANES ARE ;
SHOT DOWN BY THE ALLIES
Pans. France. Sept. IS. "According
to fresh information. In addition to nine
German aviators bought down Fridav
on the French front, six other enem
machines were damaged in encounie
I with our mlotxi and were compelled to
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descend within tneir own lines.
of the aviators were killed.
"On Thursday night one of our
squadrons dropped 10S bombs of large
caliber on the militarv establishments
at Pont Faerger and Bethmville. A
large fire was caused at Pont Faver
ger. On the tame night the rrailway
station at Conflans Jarr. was bom
barded with 174 bombs of II" milli
meters. A large number of the bombs
found their mark "
1 T Shaf f r vt
to nave dtcotr-d a
process for fmperin;
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