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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., MONDAY. JULY 27, 1914.
m ARc'uTp SAWTELLE 1
liiiirnTS nni n'DllCTflP
n rn h iinu,uli
2 IIULII I II UULU!
Hint prcpnr.it Ions were being mndi
tn p-tiI tiie r''Ulri'ort el'ew h i e Tin
Bates of the I i r r.i i h were iiji rii-'l
by n stung '''' of I'ulii inn n.
hi: i i.iit t hi. ii i."
I I I. 1 II k i n i.irt
London. July 17.- I'l r A-
ill. who In did ,f the fighllne in
1'w'kIIii. .roi'il"l In London (lorn
lii coi.niry home bv motor i;r r.nd
arrived lore rarlv this mi. mini: A
Hip premier Is rtl -o M"tMiM v of war
he tfti ri ii-iIUi t I - took ihurgc of
fair nl the war office.
Infn niHii'.ri mi ti the "hikiii
nrnirn ni r In luiblin csrr rd.iy," a a
John K. I.edmnini, (hp lrlh nation
alist leader put It. was demanded
Immediately niter the opening of the
re?nlon if the house of r.jiniii..n fo-
O.IV. Mr. ItrdlTlond Was diisSallS-
tied with the menace Informal Ion
Flven him that lie moved thr ad
journment of thr house In order
delate the matter. Aimiisline llir
rdl, chief secretary of Ireland, threw
the blame for yeaterdav'a conflict
between the troops unit the public on
the assistant police commissioner,
who. he said, hml rPtilfiltloiied thr
tnllitaty entirely nn his own rcspoti
pllul Iv. Thp official roiiiMiiriiily
hinl her n suspended while an Iminiry
Thp nationalist mpmlifM shouted,
"He ought to l liHimwd"
Thp matter will ho debated In the
Carranra Refuses to Recognize
Alleged Purchase by Roth
schilds of About all South
MAY FOLLOW REFUSAL
WlLLlAMStlHSTITUTE FOR THE
Although there ha been Inter, at
tendance at h hand concerts given
hy Clark's Imperial Ii.iikI In Itobinson
.iirk hint night mitl a Week ago. It Ik
tictlcvcd Hint thp ai'lcrnoon wouM
prove h more satisfm tory hotir for
thx Siimliiy iiiiihI.'uI treat, m.iili- io
Hihlp hy thp iti'tirroNlty of Allniiiir
IUi' nun Im rili. ami for u tlim at h am
a 'imiKP tn ilv hou.ru will hp tiimlr
from H uMork Hiind.iy nlKht to 3
o' lo k Hunilay afternoon.
It In mivKi'HtPil that many Itivnllilx
and many ihihlrin whoHp imrrnt !
lot cure In h.ivr them out at nltiht.
ran atti'nil thp nfu-rnoon rum rln
Morrovpr thrrp In nn doubt thai thp
pvpninr ronipri Intfrfert-H to aomr p
t'l.t with thunh nllriihimv n:n. th
tiarkpiH of IhP oonirrtH drvlfp lo
nvolil thin. Th. Ihirpfotp, thor
oui'My ur'.ivp I hi- rhunjiu to hp
nlli rnni n hour whl h will be thp or
It next Kuml.iy aftornoon.
England Said to have Made
Formal Demand that Con
cessions Given to Lord Cow
dray be Legalized at Once
Tnmiilro, Molin. July 2. IVI.i
l.arlo, Ti'X., July J7.) Mptirral 1'nr
rnnan loiluy IncliiBli'd that lie will
Bland hy thp rimp hp Iku d pnrly In
tho ri'volutlon rPKurdlng fliianilal
traimnrtloim mniln by lluerta. Ilm at.
trntion today wan nihil tn a rprort
tliat JiiHt hrforp rrnlRnlnti mid h-aviiiK
thp rountry llii'-rin rnrlvpil hilf "
million dollar from TtolhrhltdM or
London, Klvlnx In n lurn n (train fur
a v.int nrpa in Ijiht California nt n
irlrp of onp pnt (in acrp. "arrann
rtprbirod no Kite h Bmnt of imbUr lnml
would hp rni.unir.id atid riMiilh'd that
li'iulltiK hnnkorn of tha world had
!ion o notirii-il.
It hi rpportPd hi-ro ImUiv that Sir
ChrlnlojihiT I'radoi'k. Ilriilnh admiral,
on hln vlxit to n 'rruini. di rnatidi-d
that all iiiiKinMloim mudp hy llu.rl.i
tn t.ord I'owdrnv and other Hrltlnh
rltlx'tia hp ratlllpd hy thp rnnntltil
tlotinllMt nnd thai Carriitiv.il returned
a oMltlv refuwil. Poreliin ronmilti
paid another v I h 1 1 I" Carrnnisn parly
today In which a dtwiiiuhm of pot-ItH-a
'arraniti told them thprp nhnnld he
in nprrehi nlon on their part fl
hi.liil,. riprlmil from thp oonntl
ttttlonnllHta on I hone who aided
fast a thp federal aoldler nrp
dl.jirmed. Carrnnra plana to dldtrlh
tilp thpm Ihronahout thp rountry t
repair thp rallr iad Irarkn. Hp hope
tlutit lo ulvo Ihem Pmplnympnt nnd
nlmi to m-atlpr them iherp will hp
I'.ttlp dancer (if their ttioldll.ntlon
MKaltiKt him, In cukp of a counter rev
ohition. Htt.-0, Jlt.. IH'C IM-S IT
IS l W llol.l SOMT .1H
MpxIi'o Clly, July 27 (leiieral
Oror-o. Jr., him nhn idoned hlj IikIp
pendeni rpvolutlon and Intenda nhort
ly lo leave for Canada, neeordlnir to
!iirpnirei Inti -rrppted herp. I!p In an Id
to havp notified bin lfp, hn ha
been In Canada for nonm time, thai
hp will Join her aonti. Thp iiivirn-
ment peaep ilelenalea roeeivpil their
final ItiNti in tloim today from the net
I n K forelxn mltilnler nnd pxpectn lo
leavp, before nliiht for Kan I.ulc
Leaves Gold and Broadway
Church to Occupy Scriptural
Chair at University of Spo
ttev. Ilermon I'. Williams hn rp-
rlKKed nn pnptor of the Chun h of
( In, Hi. Hold nnd ItrondHay, to lakP
ttin d I 1H 111 l ehnir Ut thp Ci.lleKe of
the lilble, Hpokanp tinlv.rnltv. Kio
knne. Wnnh. Ill rpolKtiat Ion wart ae
ii'pted at a iiieetini; after thp aer-
vii-p yesterday inoitiins Up will It"
to Sliokiine ah, ml Heptetnber I. Key
II. II. Hi. II. or thp Catiilid Hill
bur' h. I'.m Molnen, l.i., will aucreed
Mr. Will In run.
Mr. Wllllanm hn l.pen nnp of IhP
lemleia of the reform movement In
thm i Ilv. nnd Pdiled "Thp lioorknoh
ler. thp weekly paier of the fori'P
otKanlxed tor Hip atipprrKplon of vli'p.
IIIh llfp has hepn Klvpn nun h l
study rot well as to r.tinn and hp 1
MRS, WILSON MOSTLY
ALSO ANSWER TU
International Sunday School
Secretary in Strenuous
Day's Work Effects Perma
nent Organization in Albu
VISITS EVERY SUNDAY
SCHOOL IN THE CITY
reKHtded as well e.;ill oe ' l..r the
PohI nt Kpokane He uiiikIiI at
lira We linlvelxlly. IU rhalaln
III Hip army, and apent idx and a half
years In thp I'hilll'plnes with the
Kltty-f'rpl Iowa Infantry. Hp aup
plemented that wot k with niisHlnnary
lahors In the iHlnnds.
Shopman Says He had no In
tention of Harming Cha
vez' Daughter and Called to
Ask About Fowls.
Tleforp Justlrp if thp Peaop Tpdro
It, Turtaghlla, of San J"p. today, A.
II. Cain wan arraigned nn n rhnritp of
atleinptlnK tn antoiult the slxleen-year
old dauKhKT of Kranrlwu 'Chavex.
AccordiriKT ito thp teHtimony, Cain
rnmn lo tho hoitsp ypMerday nficr
r.oon, while the Klrl waa ulonc. He
Hii he tailed to Inquire nbout thhk
ens that disappeared from bin plane.
nnd merely passed the limp of day
with thr 111. Thp InttPr Raid ah he
rn me friuhtenrd nt his hehavior and
ran from the house, with Culn In
pursuit. Slip ran Into a nolKhbor'a
Cain wna linked tip hy rtpputy
ShfrtfT FpIIpp Armljo In the county
Jail. Hp is employed In lt Simla Fp
shops, and hna been hire fr about a
.Iiistli'p Tartacldia rpK.'rvpd his Ip-
'Ision until thia afternoon.
WALK TllliOK.II tt llKl:itV
and rxamlna the way w do thlriKS,
how wp buy our flour, i to.. the kind
II Is, how p atorc If, handle It, mix
it, bnkp It, and theq you will bp c. in
vito e( that ihrp la no more cleanly
llnkery to be found. You will then
I now that you van rely absolutely on
the purity and w hi.leorneneis ul
rvery loaf of bread you buy here, also
lolls, rake, ami fnney breads. One
i.iit will convince you.
MI IksUt, flea H.
A lot of Odd Chairs, regular
values from $1.50 to $2.50,
will be sold for
A nice line of Rockers at re
SEE SHOW WINDOW
2ND AND COPPER
WIIOLK TV Tl MVS HIT
T Wl I t liMi: VIM.
Chihuahua. Mex., July 27. flenernl
Villa and his wifp spent Sunday at
Aldaiiia, n vlllaup nor'h of the atnte
apllul. They were me hy almost
thp pntlre population and entertained
durlna th day.
flneral Antrelps nml others of Villa'
nfTleers neeornpnnlr.l them.
OVsTITI TlH LISTS M)T
IIF.IY T VI IT 1 If JIITI Vfi
Vera Crii, July !7. te.orts frm
vr.rloliM iolnts nlona the railroad fr
Ver Crua lo Mexl. o city lull, me
(hat the ronslltulionallxti are not
ready to era hp fWhliiiK. A skirmish
oecurred nt Soleihtd, where a mm II
federal Harrison mude a suiiinBfiil
The federnl commnndpr nt Oribn,
xi.iiip dl.'tanre nearer the capital, re
fused to aiunt Hip demand of a con
slilullonallst otllier Hint Ilia men h
kIycii an hour In which to n k thr
w It V in return for plu-ntl them under
the coinmuiid of a federal olMrer.
The ntcanirihlp Hui-nos Aires, with
mnnv political refimees from Mexico
on hoard sailed today for Kurope hy
nv of New York.
It.llTINt. Ill KlMI ! AT
M, M l, THIM MHIIMVfi
Otntos, Siiialou, Mx . July 27.
(Via Noli ales. Arix I The attempt 1"
rea h nn armistice tictwepn 1h fed
eral garrison holding Matatlan anil
the const nationalist forces tinder
Cnnernl ibrpaon Inveslltif th city
hna fulled and HahtitiH is tmaln in
A conrerence between ret.reH.-nla-IIvps
of the fodcrula and the onstl
tutlonallsts waa held lust nlxht on
hoard the crulst r Allmriy wlih all
foretun consul and Hip captains of
l thr Japanese cruiser Idxumo and ol
the Albany in attendance,
i rietier.il tilirigun demanded thai
thp i i ai inii.liiK Narrlson leave Its
arms and .imiiiunltlon behind It, and
this the federals refused lo do. There
upon nliii nun ordered Hint the i ll
P,. atl n ked at thp first Nitfn of evacu
nr'on. The trucp ariatiMtd for lh
eorifcicrv e expired today and artillery
loan ti inimedlulely. The I'.dcrul ar
rinon win h i v.n u.iii l tiuaymaa h
nrp not 'luep mill's ili-annl from the
kIIII at Maiiy.ii rullo, I low ly heniined M
i.v the 1 1 cm ii ut loiialists whose line
federal oiiiii"ts. Thp Mixiiiui mer
rhaniuian IP uito Jnanx left Ma ir.nn
IHo lo.liv f"r Halloa Crux, curryirm
Hip fauiilli of all thp civil and loll
Itary diuniiariea v ho a-' onipanlcd
Uener il T' Hi from tl'inviiias.
OA A X
(( milnuiil from atre Oiiei.)
sill I lines I limi-a
posed of $2.6lM),tiuii, M. Caillaux aall:
"We may well bp nstonlvhed at Hie
sitiKiibiily rapid liicrpuse or M. Cal
mettn'a fortune. In our middle class
families It would take lr.o years for
such a fortune to accumulate.
"We have heard a lot of ttatl
mony," M. Culllaux continued, "ot
ihu tine thaructur of M. Cnlmetto
from Henri Iternsteln (the pluy
wriiiht) In particular. It lines nut
tome well from u men who failed In
hia full duty toward his cuu ilry (re-
ferriiiK to liernntcin's n Me Kid deser
tion from the nrmyt to deliver cer
tlili ntes of morullty."
Mult re t'henu "Would M. Call
liiux tell us in what way nil this ex
c.sps the rritne of his wife?"
"There are mm-, questions which
outilit not ho asked," M. Culllaux re
piled hotly, "but since I nm asked 1
shall answer. There la something
perhaps worse than loslna; one's life
That i to live by nttackitiir women
and enriching- ones felf at their i
While read in the will of C'almrtte,
M. Caillaux said.
"I wish to draw particular atten
tion to the clause aayinK: "A Kreater
purl of the fortune I leave comes from
i personal uirt made to me y
Madame lloursin, It belnif understood
thai I paid her un imoine I herefrom
diiriiin her life."
'What do we leather from this will?"
M. Caillaux continued. "Klrst of all
ibat tho ut of Ifift was eXctuled Il
legally, which constitutes a trsta
military fraud. How did Madame
Murla lloursln. who Inherited from
M. Chuui-hard under I conditions It
erB belter not to dwell on, from 4.
ii ii u. IHhi to tu. ooil. linn frnnca ronsenl
lo aHe up , 00(1, 00 lo M. OilmeUe'.'
It has never been explained but nn
explanation has been broUKhl to mo
tthich I have despaired lo use."
IIpv. W. A. ltron the Internntlonnl
Sunday si hool norker had a bony
day ye.lenlay and Hip result la thr
unday school workers of AHui'iuer
hup erp niled with npw Ideas onn
Plans for larser nnd lieiier work In
their various or "Ixatiors.
In the mornltiK t whirlwind Irll
was made; nr. r.rown visinn for
few moments pvery Sunday school n
session In the clly.
At S o'clock in the afternoon he
met thp Sunday a ho superintend
nta, pastors, olfli ers nnd other work
era In the Cuntrnl Avenue Methodist
church. This was perhaps the most
important salherlnit of the kind ever
held In the ctv. When the plans
formulated In the -aiherin are car
r'ed out AUiiKueriue will have a Pun
day ehoo teachers' training Institute
formed nlona; lines which have been
nt'-pted In tho cltlps throughout our
The Institute will have two aenr-
estera of 15 weeks pat h. Mpetlmts I"
hp held In the evening; om a week
There will he a dean of the nrgnn
Iratlon and naaorlaled with him
number of men nnd wompn capable of
turlnn nlona- special lines of pert
nauiiv, child study, nnd kindred sub
lecis (,f Interest. This will constitute
the executive committee. The furtiliv
will he composed of leaders for the
department work, via, beginnpra, prl
nmry and Junior depnrlnipnt, acr-ond
nry division taklnz In hoys nnd girl
from 11 to 0. Ail nil dppnrtment nnd
reelal departments for tcmperanep.
mission study and a department for
the superintendents and oflkcrs of
the si hoola.
Kach meeting night the ftrnt hall
of the time will he Rl.'cn to the lec
ture and discussion on a general sub
ject: the balance of th time the
gathering; will -be divided Into the vnr
h us departments w'lh a lender for
each department. Thua those teach
ing little children will study together.
The teachers of boys with rrnny
problems to feolve will meet with
other teachers faclnc the anme prob
lems. l'rnhlcms of the olflcera will he
solved In fheir special department. It
Is also expected also tn gather In
these meetings those who are prepar
ing to he teacher, thus building up a
corps of teachers with special train
ing for Sunday school work. A com
plete announcement of the dean, px-ei-utivp
committee nnd faculty will be
made later nfler the committee has
been able to secure the consent ol
Last plitht Dr. nrown addressed
big mass meeting In the Lead avenue
Methodist rhurch. taking his subject.
The rliihts of growing folks." He
made an earnest plea for the "rights
of Iho little oneg from the time they
are hrouitht into the world until tin y
reach young manhood nnd young wo
manhood. He denounced In no un
certain terms men In poult Ions of
trust who allow dens of Iniquity and
vice to exist ns pitfalls for the youth
of our cities.
A combined choir from the various
churches rendered several bright
nr. ttrown leaves this evening for
Mountalnalr where he will appear on
the C'liaulauipu program.
Joe Badaracco Swears Out
Warrant Acainst Woman
Who Charges Officer with
Assault. Hearing Tomorrow
Joseph llndnracco todny swore on"
complaint against Mary Wilson, of
Weal Tljeras avenue and r ourln
street, who yeateidav had I'atrolman
buries Mnlim cited to appear before
Justice A. J. (.iurcln, of Martines-
i. tn, orr a charge or nssauii grow
ing out or the trouble between her
and Itadaracco. Mains was to nave
been heard todny. hut the hearing
before Justice (Inn In was put off
until tomorrow. Mrs. Wilson will lie
arraigned tomorrow berore Justice
ileorxe It. Crnlg. -
Mninx Says that Itadaracco made
verbal romplninl to him Friday nlklit
ngulnst Mrs. Wilson. Iiadatacco said I
the woman attacked him nt 1 hlrd
and Tljeras avenue, throwing things
at him and tearing his clothes.
Mnlns wc-.it lo the woman's house
to arrest her. She ret used to ac
company him. the officer anys, mid
he started pulling her to the door.
That wan the only approach lo vio
lence Used, Mains says, except thai
he knacked the woman's dog through
the door with his club whrn It at
tacked him. Iladaraci'o told Mains
that thp woman's p.g was broken
aomp limp ngo, nnd she feared It
would bleak again and she was III.
so with Hndaracco's consent. Mains
said he released the woman.
Today, when lindarncco lenrned
that Mrs. Wilson had accused the
officer of nasnult, he filed formal
complaint against the woman.
BECOME PULPIT ORATOR
Itev. Orover Emmons, of (Ran Mar
rial, soli of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Km
minis, of this clly, preached at the
I'ftitral Avenue Methodist church
yesterday morning. Uev. Mr Km
tinnis is a giaduule of Hv l''i.icrwi:y
of New Mexico, und prepared for the
inliilstiy ut Vandt rbllt university.
Since his ordinal Inn he has been Sta
tioned nt Kin Marvin).
His sermon yesterday was forceful,
and marked him as a pulpit orator
ol power and magnetism. Hi many
friends In the i o'HtrcKution rn de
'mined wl'h the s" rinon, und he was
ihowered with eongratulatlona at lbs
uncluslnn of the service.
CITY 1Y EXPECT
VISIT H1 1915
Fair Tour Company Hints at
Stream of 2,000 European
Manufacturers Through Our
Midst Next Year.
Visits from muny European manu
facturers ore forecasted hy a k-ttef
received today by the Commercial
dull from a San Francisco tour com
pany, which is arranging tripe to the
big expoaiilon next year.
The letter states that tho company
has nrruntted for toura by European
manufacturers next year which will
take In thirty-rive cities of the 1'nlt
e, States and It is desired to have In
hand permits from the leading man
ufacturing und Industrial concerns In
the various i''ea. giving the visitors
the privilege f Inspection, rermlls
allowing Inspection of all the Indus
trial centers of Interest In this city
are reiiueand through the Commer
cial cluli. The club waa recommend
ed to the tour company by the S"
Francisco chamber of commerce, the
According lo the (ommuiilcutlon.
the company Intends lo send 2.V0"
tourists across the continent, In part
ies of H)0 ruch. it la expected to
send the twenty purltcs Irom New
York or Hoston at ten-day Intervals
It is a Boosting, Advertising
and Useful Article Which
Will be Welcomed by Bus
iness men Generally.
A new nnd moat artistically com
piled and drawn map of .Mbuitieriue
has Just been completed and la ready
for the press.
The commercial feature la an en
tirely new one nnd la certainly one
of the most valuable ever put on
paper. In addition to allowing the
streets, alleys and aeveral blocks the
map shows the new A., T. at S. K
shoi.i In minute detail. Just as they
will lie when completed, nnd this
feature alone Is of luirlnsic value.
The especially new and commer
cial feature consists In naming
business lots throughout the entire
city, the name of the owner and bus
iness conducted thereon, making a
complete business directory and n
great advertiser of the Indlv ii'.ual
The location of every rhurch nnd
school In the city Is shown and in
order lo make the location ni"re
prominent they will appear in a col
or which will contrast with their
surrounding colors. The location '(
the Y. W. C. A.. Woman's club. Elks'
theater. Commercial club, Masonic
Temple, hoepituls. library nnd AI
vnrudo are to be shown In the same
way. these also being classed as
non-r inumiul Institutions.
The work Is to be a beautiful pro
duction of art, a henutifler and ad
vertiser of the Individual business a"
well at of the entire clly.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
lA 1ST Uu.lway mail clerg badge;
finder return tu 411 West Santa
Fe St. for rewurd.
The W. C. T;
afternoon u( 3
C. A. buiua.
If. wil meet Tuesday
o'cloca at th Y. W.
WHAT IS MEHI1
OF THE ARROWS
n I ( I
Much Speculation has been Oc
casioned of Arrows Bearing
Have you found an arrow bearing!
a strange liuoriptmn on your prem
ises the pust few days? Have you
found iwo arrows? Most people
AlbU'iuertUu have and they are
wrmdering what la the meaning
it is -mine to no intnsing are i . j
the words appearing on one of the M
arrows, J bt other innra ihu w"rus, 2
of I. J
'lily a Few More luya." Still
third today ay. "Your Time Has
Come." These arrows hv nppcnivd
In great profusion. They are mys
tifying the people and so far no one
has come forward with a solution of
whut it all means. There will be
mure developments aocn. The out
come will be awaited with Interval
OLD DON, VETERAN
FIREIIORSE, IS DEAD.
"Don," one of the horses used In
the street department. Ihe oldeit
horaa in the city's service, died last
night, "lion" was a flrehorae before
he was transferred to Hie street de
partment. ld age aa much aa any
thing else can led him off.
tha Herald want d do yotit
Steel Covered, Straps Jl
around. Brass Bound and
Trimmed, hardwood slats
on bottom, sides, ends and
top. All extraordinary
hard wear Trunks at
If you need a new
Trunk it will pay
you to see our line.
Yhere Quality Heels Price