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looks as If England's
statesmen had theit
hands about full.
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MEMBEF ASSOCIATED PRESS
Vol. M. No, a.
AimaTTEEaiJE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914.
tub kveini nnutn
Vol,. 4. Ml. lit.
France and Italy Express
Willingness to Join Eng
land in International Con
ference to Avert Catas
trophe. RUSSIAN INTERVENTION
Utter Demoralization of Fin
ance and Commerce in
Every Capital of Europe To
day. Austria Firm for De
mands. Merlin. July . lr IMwartl
fritwiMii. llriiMi anilMtwwtlor nt
llerlln, called al
fl today ami
I lie fori)!! til-
(.cniiany. It la nigeraliwMl, ex
pnxMil an unwlllliigur-i lit offer
any aoggcatlooa lo Aiiatrla l
elaxuib.n or alter hrr M.lb lo
rn artl mtv la.
InuIoii, July I J. Tin- goviem-WM-til
of KniH and Italy lia0
ativfrtrrf l ho iroMal of Mr
Ktauanl (M r, Uia Urn lull tig.
rlga Mfrtarr, I hat t i-mlrr
rwf br rwllnl with IIh nlijn-t of
rtiitliiMC a aotiitHin ul the Aaatro
Kyiliknlinen, (ermany. July
I),Mhi wep 11ml iltl morn
lii a Coaaack iHilrtil aitiaat
llm tvnutn frontier tin tlx al
Utntl ground iimi an aitemiK
waa being matin iTiani IIm
bonier at a nm da-e.
4i-rauui nay lliai llt group
flml on hy the IliiNaiana wr-rc
army offl'Vi-a. Muali feeling haa
Imm-ji i'BHMtt by I lie Imiiktit.
Darta, July ST. TIm Intpre-w
ii at lit French foreign offb-a
la thai I lip armi-offlcial trust
uil In Vienna, explaining why
Ain-trla-lliingary could n a
re l iIm Servian rcidy. Indicate
thai llMtt lia aa-cn no Improve
mttil In tlw aitiiailiin.
"UHE VTEKT CVT!TRO.IIE
which corn nn i.i, ei-rode
Ixmilon. July IT. Ijick of ponflr
mm ion of the early report of a h'
tllr encounter m I ha Danube be
tween Servian and Auatrlan troopa,
aim Kir lalwurd tirey effort lo ob-
tnln ih ronarnt of th leading F.tl"
rolwnn nation to mediation, led I"
a belief today thnt u poaalhlllty re
tnainail of averting armed rnnflict
between the European nutlona.
(iernmny and Itnly wra aald In
hava (.greed In Ihp principle of tha
Hrtllxh forpirn aarPtnry'a iroinanl
of a ronfprptn'p Iwlwppn tlia amhua
aailora In litidnn of tha Ipadini
Attpniion net turned In tha rhan
nT 1 tt
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buying opportunity offered in the stores and shops of the
ralhirlpa of Europe lo tha attitude of
Kinperor William nfler hla confer
pih'p with lila mlvlaora on hla return
lo ilernintiy and nlmi the artlvltlp
rraimmtlona were ron tinned by all
tha imwrra lo deal with eventuiil
Itlea. M,r Rdward firry In annnunclng In
tha hmiHe of romtnona the at m In
lip taken tn lirlnc nli'iul medlnllnn In
lha Aiiatrn-Servla rontrovprav, ny:
"I umleratand thiit the Herman
nvprnnient la favornlda to media
tion In principle, na between Itunala
and Aiiatrlii, but to our rinrtUtilur
propoax: tn npply thnt prltwlple by
menne. of ronlerenre, tha Herman
government hn not yet replied."
Hir Kdward Poneluded by pxprena
tha opinion that the fiilltira of theaa
prforta tn bring alHiut n aettlament
would lead to "tha rrent nt rntn
tr,,.he whli'h pould befall tha con
Would he Incalculable.
v.ii itiTW:r.x iti'KKt
AM At'MTItl ii:vitii.i:
Wnahinaton, July 17. Tha gravity
of the Kurnpenn altuntlon wna re
flected In the olflr.nl dlapntt'he
from HI. I'ptpraburg today, aavlng tha
ltiilun tulnlinpr of war had auld
ha roimblered war between KuhmU
and AuMrlaulm of.1 Inevltntile.
Ilia atalpment waa made nTtar tha
Ituiwlan inlnlmry hud laaued an offl-
rini uerinration that Itunula wan
greatly dlHturbed nnd rould not re
main Indifferent In the rrlaia that
had ariaan bptwppn Kervia and Au-tria-llungitry.
Thp order fur the complete mob-
Miration or the Ituaaian army wit
t'reHident Wllaon inbl ndny. In
anawer to Impilrlea whether the V
H. would Iry tu bring about peace
In Kurope, thai he had not couri
ered the aubje.t but (hat tha trndl-
tlnnal policy of thp I'nited Plate waa
not in mix In Kuropean affuira.
;:ilMt'Y AM Itl tisIA
WATtlllNtJ HA1I (rTIIKII
Iterlln. July 27. It I underatood
here lialay thai Kuaala formally In
formed Deruiany that uiubilltallnn of
the army had not been ordered In
Kuaala. In eonaeiiuence of llila com
niunlcstlun Oarminy h nVi-ided not
to take any correapondina ateu. but
It la declared that Kuakiim mohlllia
tion would be the aignal fur Inime
dlate Herman mobilixution.
All the Kwiaa reaerviat have beerr
ordered home, according to tha na
uonai y.ciiung. a a precaution I"
mnlnlain Mwlai nintraliiv If a gen
ernl Kuropean war develop.
til'.KKKS WOI M) f.l.. (HT
AHMV Of IIMI.IMMI Ml:
Conatantinoplp, July 17. The
Orecg nilnlior here today declared
that In the event of war between
AUKirlii-lluugary and Kervla, tlrecce
would bp Compelled to dlnpati h 1UH
(uu troopa o the naitance of
kkiiviwk iu:iv Tf
I.KAVK HHt 1IOMF
Denver. July 27. There ure about
7io Auatrluna In t'oloradn and aur
rounding atate who belong to the
firat naervp and about l.fioo aecond
rPHPi-vlata, according to Frlu KIHer
Vnn Arikem, AtiMrlan vice conaul
here, atemhrr of the flrat reaervp.
np aniu, would probably be called to
Auatrlit for aervlee immediately in
thp event war la deduced with Bcr
via ami tne aecond reHerviai luin-
mnued If a general Kuropean con
flict ahoiild follow.
Tne ronaulur diatrlct rnniprlae
Arixona, t olor.ido. Idaho, Montana
;cw Mexico, 1 tuh and Wyoming.
;l.lMMi:iH in' iioi'K iv
fliOl ni:i Kt ItOI'r-W KKIKS
I-ondon, July 17. (lllmmer ut
hope flickered In the darkened ity ol
Kuropean politic today and the wih
waa general the effort of the great
Better Than Not
Kurojii-an power lu nvt-rt cliinh ut
Mi-ma, which might Involve inmiy liu
tluiia. Would be KUcewf ui.
Wnlla all the power were prepar
ing fur poaaibla eveiituullliv. their
vlaleamrn. with Kir Kdward ), lh
llrlliali foreign ai't'tetnry, ut Ihuir
pad, were rndiuvorlng lo bring to
gether lb government at iMiiie with
view lo mediation.
At the HiTVIiin legation In Kondon,
tho vicar waa held that koine im
provemenr. hud lageii plai n In the all
uutiuii an I tbia waa attributed to the
Inlluitue exercmed by Ituwi.i. Alex
llcorguvitch, the II mi aprretury, nid:
Ae have complied with everything
that doea not Impair our own ma-
ereigii right. We hope that Auxlrla-
Hungary In the Intercut of peace will
reciignlxe that coimlderutlon I due to
an ludeiH ndent atate and ao avert
war. Jf, however. Atnftria-Iiungary
want war, bo will ha otn thnt
We are prepnrrd to ncccpt It in thp
intercut of the dignity of our atale."
Hlr Kdward tlrey Invited the gov
ernment of AuHtrla-llungury, ptervla,
and Ituaal to auapend operation"
pending the rcul of hla propoaed
conference Ahlch would bo held In
Ixindon. Ilia augKcation wag that
the French, German and Italian nm-
bunaadora In London ahould confer
with him In thp endeavor to find a
mean of aolvlng- the preaent d I (II -culile.
I'ntil lute thl ufternoon he
had not yet received complete repliet;
to hla proposal.
KKItVIW MIMSTKIl TO
AlKTKI UiMA IIOMi;
Vlennn, July J7. M. .lov lunov ln h.
Servian minister to Auntro-llungury,
left for Uelgrnda today.
AIHTIIIA 4'I.AIMH Ki:itV
NtrTK IS KVAKIVK
Vienna, July Z7. A communication
laaupd by the Auatro-llungurlun for
eign office today aet forth the Au-
trian view of the Servian reply to
Austria' note demanding the cemui-
tlnn of th pan-Hervlan agitation and
the puniahment of Ihore concerned In
the aaauaalnatlon al Hurayevo of Arch'
duke Fraud Ferdinand and hla con
aort. The communication also give
the rpaanna for Auxlrla' dlaaallafac
lion with Hervla reply. It follow
"The object of the Her v lan nole la
lo create the false Imprrneion that
the Rervlan government I preparei;
In great meuiure to comply with our
"Aa a matter of fact, however
ttcrvta'a hole filled with the aidrlt
of dlahonety, which clearly leta it be
eeen that the Kcrvlan government la
not tcrlounly deierminud to put an
end to the culpable tolerance it tilth
erto ha extended tu intrigue agutnxt
the Autro-Hungarlan monarchy.
'The rieivluii note coniuln audi far
reaching reaervniiona and limitation
not only regarding the general pnn
ciplea of our action, but hUo In re
gard lo the Individual claim we have
put forward; that I he couceaalon ac
tuaily made by Hervla become Intig-
"In particular our demand for the
participation of the Auatro-liungur-
tan authorltlp In Inveatigatoiia to de
led accoiniib-ea In the conapracy on
Kervan territory ha been rejected
while our requrat that meuaurea be
taken aaulnal that aectlon of hervian
pre hoatlla to A uHria-Hungary ha
been declined and our wlh thai the
Servian aovernmvnt take the necea-
ary measure to prevent the dlaaolv-
a.l Auatronhnlie uaaociallona contin
uing their activity under ano'har
i.ama and under another form, ha
not even been conaldtred.
"Hince the cla.m In the Aualro-
Hungurian note of July ii regarding
the attitude hitherto udopted by Her
via. retirement the minimum of what
i Hecaaaarv for the patalillanmpnt ni
permanent peace with the auulheaat
em monarchy the Kervlan nnwer
muMt be regarded aa unautlKf.utory
Thut thg Hervian government itoell
la ronacloua that it note la not uc
centable lo u, U proved by th clr
eumaianeea thai it propoar at the
end of tha note to auhmlt the dlxpute
to arbllratton. an Invitation which
thrown Into Ha proper light by the
fact that three hour before handing
in tha nni. a few minute before the
pxniriitlon r.f tha time limit, tha mob
lixntion of tha Hervian took place..'
It waa pointed out hrre today thnt
Auatrla-Hungary being a algnatury to
lha aecond Hague convention would
h ohlieail formally tn declare war
but aa Hervla did not lgn thut con
ventlon. auch declaration might per
kaoa la recorded aa unneceaaary in
I hla lntanre.
SKIIVHX TUM)I1 l'l:
Hll;ON AlHTIllvN' STEAM Ml
Vienna. July 17. Iteporta from
Hungary atate thai Hervian Iroopa on
board a ateainer on the TJunuDu near
T.mea. Kubln hava fired on' aome
Auatrlan troona. The Austrian re
tuined th fire aid an engagement
aome Importance enauea. n ia
at.lered nrobable that thia I another
vpraion of ypaterday'a encounter.
r.ETTE-l VJ-.IJN1 HEI-lltTEl T
EX INT IM HT. 1-IIKItHlHIUJ
Ht. IVteraburg. July IT. in aplie
of tha general unfavorable gymptoma
In lha aliiiailon between Auatrla
Hungary and Hervla and of the effect
produced by th arreat In Hungary
of (lcrieraj Kadomlr I'utuik, chief of
tha Xervlan general alnff, a better
feeling wn noticeable here today n
the reault of ycaierdny diplomatic
It la underntood that the Imix In-
In.i'Uis 1..., Srviili Uiw..t.fr lli.i
Kimaian lorpign miiiiHtcr, iiiki inc
Aualriun nniliiiaandor, especially waa
rcKpotiHihlp (or thia improved aeutl
ment. The fact that Vienna doc not rp
tite tn dl. una the poll, in at inane I
Inlerpreied a a happy nyniplom, ol
thojuh Kunala' attitude b.i been very
firm einre the beglnulng of the irlsln
The ItiiHalnn governmeni la anxlou to
nexoiiate with Vienna in order by
mi h a dlacuaHlon lo delay any ni l
which might prove Irrep n.ihle.
It I atlll hoped here that the voice
of Iterlln may be heard nt the oppor
tune moment In the interval of peace.
F.IIMW MII.ITI(Y EI.I.li:T
WAITS KVE.XTH tH.MII..M'E.TIA
llcrlin, July IT. The iiiililarV !-
tnt-nt In llcrmany calmly awaltg the
outcome of the Interiuiiloiial t nala.
la stated thai no orJ ra have been
leaued to the army In thl connection
and that tha cuntomary furlough tn a
propoition of the aoidiera In order
that they might help In the field Work
their home during tha harveal
have not been Interrupted.
(mo of the newNpupem prints ,h
(tatemeiil that the Clerman high
Meet had been ordered to concentrate
home water, but (he Herman nd-
mlral'v eaya no uch Inati uctioim have
The general public In llcrlin take
oliPhnl calmer view of the hK-
iiiiilon a time pua without the oc.
currence of the dreaded ntaatroihe
of armed conflict and on report o
the propoaed mediation of the pow
er between Auatrla-llungury ana
Official adpclaraj no Word haa come
from Ht. I'clerabunc reurdlng lha
iHMlan nttitude, hut hope ure etl ill
expreaaed thut Kuaala will abalain
from taking any atepa which nilglil
reclpliale g general conflict in
OK HFMil AHMV IHtDEREH
Itruaaela, July 27. I'artlnl moblll
xation of the llelglun army waa or
dered today, rulalng Ihn total of the
aceive force to liHi.ntiu men.
The International aociultxt bureau
haa telegraphed to It member tn
meet on Wednesday, when a general
trlk aa a preventative of nn
Kuropean war probably will be din-
The lionrse waa ordered closed hy
the governing eommlitce pending in
OEKMAN HWKFJtS ACT
Tt) CHECK PAXIC
rierlln. July ?7. The lending bank
er of the Herman capital met lod.i)'
and agreed on mpaaureg to protect
lha atoclc market and to encourage
the public not to unload gectirltte
The meeting voted In favor of giving
credit under gpeclnl term tn brok
era and derided to cnlr for m.irKin"
from private jnveatora only when I he
market value of gecuritiea hnd rencn-
ed the loweat point cnnalalcnt with
Nervoua depnallnra In pnnglderubli
number were noticed nt many of the
aavlnga bnnka, withdrawing their de
pnalt. All were ald Without nue-
tlon and thia hud a re-oaauring effe-t
The leading bank rarhpd check In
bill Inatead of gold, referring their
rualomera to the imperial bank when
they aaked for gold.
A Mi STOCK OPEH TIOX4
e.CNIf:XHEI l mXCE
ParlH. July J7. The French Hank-
er' aaaoclulion announced today thai
all atock om-rutlona would be aua
pended for thp preaeni on account of
the International eltu.itlon and of the
cloaing of the tmiro In Vienna,
Itruaaela and other riti'S,
COHV AXI eTIHM'K r.VCHAC.FJ
op m nvi'i AT cmnei
Iludapeat, July 27. It wn decided
today tn (impend the operation ol
thp atoch and roru ivhange here
PRESIDENT Ol" 1t WCK
IM III KIIYIXH llfiME
Coiienhagen, July T. n.,ymond
Polncare, preablent of the French re
public, today cancelled hla Intended
vlalt lo Cupenhugen. Owing to the
critical European ailii,itl M. I'oln-
care ha decided to proceed direct to
Dunkirk, where he will arrive at &
o'clocl; Wrdnewlity morning.
KERVIAN WOMI X aTOnM
. F.UMAX KWIM.S llK
Ilerlin, July J7 llumirpda of Her-
vl.in and women of the laboring
ilaaeea atormed the in inlclpnl aaving'
brink In Iterlln. At one of the in
Mitution In the crnt-r of the cllv
there waa a line of I.Miv peoide at II
o'clock. The oltlclel refrained from
enforcing the ikiihI tiuie limit for
laiger amount ard thin gave atn re.
aaaurancea lo the public. Himllr
run on aavlnga hank were reported
today from other cltie.
An eiithulaallr ileinonatrttt Ion WB
made by large rrowd who gathered
at the elation when Hit emperor ar
rived thl afternoon.
Produces Public Document to
Prove Figaro Editor, Mur
dered by His Wife, was Em
ployed by Austria.
POLITICS IN TRIAL
Calmette's will also Produced
by Defendant's Husband,
as Close to Taking of Ev
idence. I'aila, July ST Testimony In
IIh tt-lul of .Mine. Ilenrlolin Call
lam for Hie albici-,1 murder of
I.MHtiin CiIum-Ii, cilllor of IIh'
I'lKiini, whm iinlncil todaj.
oou-M-l for Uu. nea'Utioii Hint
di-lciiuo will aunt ii i lon-orrou.
Ulilio Henri iM-rnMoiii, I lie
Hnywriglit. waa giving Ilia ib'ai.
anion lialay, Hh aiiiiptiiap ami
loaiiliig muNeil ami. an uHor
tliat-sluig AllaiiH'l liatl llu- cuurt
ii-arel and miwiiiH'vl UP alt
tloui. Tlio iili-wriclit aliaiiiliHieil all
wnildniKV iif tiMirU-ny, aildrpaa
litif tlH rornw-r iira-mlt-r ami Iiiik
liainl of Hit- prt-oiwr aa "t all
ium. wliliont any prcllx.
'V have JiihI avllnpawil tlw
Iti-ih-Ii trcamy -'iiiioUiln
felony by aiproiriullii villi
ami turning It over In Cwlllnnx."
ho Mild. "TIm-ii hp Imve atn
nilnlHiiYM of alale coiim- Iwrc ami
fka lari'. In opili'r lo unit up lludr
fmm-r iidlij;iic tlutl dlplomulh'
(bM'iiinciili niii-lHi'd Willi lliauka
by Hh itrc-JiH'iit of lln ri'imldlc
am forgcrbw. lailicr Pn-tdeiit
liilni-urc ' fii-ldcniliHliil or Ida
nilolHtit-H have lliil."
Tarl. July 27. When M idame
Callliiug took her aeat today in the
criminal court at the Palace of J'la
tlcp for the (event h day' herring of
her trial for the killing on March 16
Inat of HiiKton Cnlmelto, pdltor of the
Figaro, aho appeared much tulmer
than on the preceding day. She had.
however, aufTered from ln fainting
pella laat night, aa a reault of the
aevcre mruln ahe underwent on Hnt
urdnv when he awooned during the
reading of the love letter ai-nt to her
by Joseph I'alllaux. former Flench
premier, while he wa the huabanu ol
Aa aoon u Judi-'e lmla Albancl nnd
hla three aaaoclatea had taken their
aeat on the bench uu morning in
thp trial of Mme. 4'alllaiix, M. Call
liiug demanded t be heard. He raid:
"The Figaro, hav ing act imed me to.
day of having suborning wltneaae I
ahould like to inbuilt a the court
aome authentic paper concprning the
l.ito fiaaton Crtlmette' relation with
the Hungarian government. I have
hesitated lo una them, but I have de
cided lo do ao in view of the Ktgaro'a
attitude, f dealle nlao to read the lattj
y. Calmette'a Will."
Maltre Chcnu "How did you get
M. Ciilllaux "In the nm way that
you got itiv la.lpra." M. Cilllimx
then proceeded to read the Will.
M. I'aillaux itflerwanl gald:
"I h:il not repeat what I have
already aald about the bond which
unite the Figaro to certain foreign
pernonallilca. I merely Inform the
jury thai I place at the illrpoHll Ion of
the court authentic document algned
bv lNton c Inn tie, Htlpulnllng In lha
eleareat powillda f.tubion the coinll-
llon under which the rlgun woui.i
work In thp lnleiet of the Hungar
ian government. Every Frenchman
will reullw today what Would have
been the pfTect of that work. Theae
document ore of unimpeachable au
thenticity. They were riven me bv
Count Karnlvi. chief of the Hungarian
When he had concluded M. cll
ImiY handed a bundle of paper to the
preaiiling Jildire. They weru not read
In hla peech M. Ciiilla'ix hd mcn
I. oned the name I'hllllppe c.laxler a
a lgner of a documeiil with llaatmi
Clllno li P. (Hazier la one of the lead
ing ed.to'a of the Figaro.
Aflet reading the will which dl-
(txiulkvned oa fax Two.)
TODAY IN CONGRESS.
Met nl II u. m.
Hiliale reaumed on
I'rcaldcnt llitrriron of lha
Houlhern railway teal If led bpforn
the committee hiveallKatlng
ibaigca or iliMcrliiilinition in
aouthern coal rale.
Met at noon.
Iehnti reaumed on thn general
dam lull In retaliate Water iower
development ill navigable atrpam.
Proposed Submission o f
Amendment Turned Down
by Majority Estimated at
20,000. Ferguson for Gov
ernor. Inlla, Texaa, July 27. Allhougli
return from Saturday' liemocratii
primary -till ai'u Incomplete, the fol
lowing reaulta ure conceded:
HubiniHMioii of rlalc. wide prohibi
tion wna dc fiat eil by h mujority of
fiom IV'u" to L'U.titiu.
.i.noe K. FergiiHuli, of Temple,
governor by S'J.uutf
Ue-iiominaied tor coiigieaa:
iWoml dlKtrlct- Martin Lilea.
Third d vat Hi t Jaine Young.
Fourth diiilrict Samuel i(aburn.
-ixth fliitrict rturtia Hnroy.
(Seventh (li.-li id A. V. (iregg.
Klgblh district JoMpli Kagle.
Ninth diati u t - II. II. HiirUcKU.
Tenth iliMirl'i J. II. llu, Hunan,
r.leveiith dlalricl it. U Henry.
Thirteenth district J. II. Hteveii.
Fourteenth iliatricl Juiiium 1,.
Fifiuenih Uielrltl John N. dar
ner. Hixteenth dlHlrict V. It. Smith.
Iluttoll W. Suintnera, now con
greaaman ut large, Wua nomloiited for
coligreH in the fifth dlHlrict.
Four cungrcHHional race mi 1 1 1 are
in doubt, the flr.Ht. the twelflh ilia
tril and tvv, lonui.-Fdincn nl large.
In the tirat diatilct Congreaamun
II, race VaUKhaii I leading for r"
iiomliialioii and In Ihn twelfth I 'on
grepamiin i'nr Callaway leading
For cnnurcaamcii ut large, the four
leader are J H. liavia f Hupkin
cm ul y ; Jeff Mcl.ciuore. of lloiiHton
lui'.li I tlurrell, of Karri county
and W. I. Ijiiic, of A-lMllt. Iiavt
and M I-emor have a cornmnudiuK
In the atate office. V. I. Hobby
of lleuiiiiiont la leuding II. II. Stur
geon of Liiiiur county for lieutenant
governor by .r,ui)il, with two-third of
the vole in. The commlaaloncr of
floriculture, Kurl W, I 'a via. of Coke
county, ha a favorable lead over
II. A. llulnert of Coleman county.
II ut-Ha Malta for Comimuy.
Kingalon, Jamaica. July 27. f.eneral
Iluertu today decided to await the ar
rival III! week of u large parly of
refugee from Mexico, in whoae com
pany he plana to proceed direct to
Spain, He will leave here aa aoon a
he cun complete hi arrangemunla.
H BREAKS OUT TODAY In
HEPUBLIGAN COUNTY COMMITTEE
Eoss Romero Charged with Grosb Usurpation of Power When
He Enforces "no Proxies" Rule and Runs Steam Roller
Rough Shod Over Opposition from the Rank and File.
Baca Committee Now Ananging Primary Call.
War broke out In the Itepublican
party (hi afternoon wr-n the coun
ty committee u aaaemlded In the
court boiiae in 'Id AiiiuiiieriUe for
the purpoKp of leaning the cull for
tha county primal Ich and Convention
to name deieKiiie In the alate nom
inating convention at Santa Fe.
Sheriff Jean llomero. the county
boa, currvlng out the program euid
to have been urrunged by r.lfego
Haca, candidate for the nomination
for congreaa, rigidly eiiloicol the
rule prohibiting the ndmiaaiun of
any pmxlc into the comm'llen Ineel
itiir: and when oppoxitiolt ilareil lo
lilt II voice, guided the "team roller
lull apeed over Ihp proiraiiog liieln
bera of the coiomlttee.
There haa b-en angry proleat
among Kepubllcnna of Allu,ueriiie
i and in the county in the call for
Battle in Dublin, Last Night
Throws Whole of United
Kingdom into State of In
ASQUITH TAKES CHARGE
OF THE WAR OFFICE
Scottish Borderers, . Held Re
sponsibile for the Occur
rence Likely to be Replaced
Dublin, July 27.-Se-rious
rioting was begun
here tonight. The city
is in a state of intense ex
citement. Tht authori
ties fear that it will be
necessary to call on the
military which will mean
Dublin, July ST. The city of Dub
lin nnd the greater part of Cnthollo
I relent! wna today In a tte of lha
grealeat pxcileuielil over yelerday')
conflict between thn regular troopa
of thn ItrilUh army and the Irian
nnllonoliHt which resulted in the
killing of four peraona and lha
wounding of many other, forty of
whom were In hoapllula today In a
Duy hnd dawned before the police
Mllcceedcd ill cliHperHlllg the crowd
matching through the at recta Hinging
patriotic nhg and looking for ol
dicr of the Second battalion of tha
king' own Scot t inn llordrrera on
whom to inflict vengeance for the
fatal evenla of yealerday when the
Itordcivra were ordered ou to prt
vent the landing of arm and am
munition for the lrieh nallonullat
The crowd, fmding that the aol
dier had been ordered tn remain In
barrack, attacked the lloyul bur
rncka, where the llonlerer were ata
tioned and clamored for the aoldiera
to como out. Finally the mob kicked
down a gate of the bartarka and
fired a couple of fhotg, nn which
bugle were aoundf d, the police came
on the gcenn and the crowd wag d la
The natlonnllt lender take tha
moat acrloii view of the affuir and
will demand reparation from the
The lord mayor of Dublin today
demanded In the Inter! of tha
peace of the city that the battalion
of Hcottlxh llonlerer be removed.
Movement In lha barrack Indicated
I thn con
mmuttfe meeting waa Uaued.
ntalnm the rme forblddin any
proxy holder to alt in ih meeting.
It ha been branded a an arbltraty
usurpation of power and a making of
rule vvhu h it aa ald only the Com.
iniltee had power to make. It had
been predicted that progiug would
appear in the meeting and would In
ia upon recognition.
The break came emly In tha meet
ing. Chairman Jtmnern called the
meeting to order at I S( o'clock thl
iifleinoon and Cbnrlr Chadwlck,
ex rctarv of the commlttet, read tha
call. Nc,,r glonloya waa appoint
ed inlei prei. r. Tho roll call wa or
dered. When the name of A. Mat
leucl waa i pitched V. II. C.tlh-nwuler
( iMitliiucHl on Iag TUroe.)