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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915.
GEN. VILLA HAS NO CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT Wiiiii Provisional Rul St i t'll" Kiioii:Ii to As nlire Fair Election. UBUKS l. s. To CHOOSE DETERMINED MAX WaIHINUTOK) Aug. 19. Formal ar arpwti by (leu. Villa of the pmcii npniiics tot the benefit of Mexico put fofwad by the Pan-American eonfer gyg Wat pc-entcd M Secretary I,anslng hi; kfllllMND by P.nrique C. I.Iht ntr Vtlh s agent her. I n only word on MM subject no far aeaul from First Chief t'ammu was a juit llioolllfll received ly Kliaeo Arre-'ony dond". agent "f the t'onstitutlonwlist aevernmenl in Washington, In which Can-anita acknowledged receipt of the bears noCC Thr ii At nf Villa's resismse follows: I a 'leucral in thlef of the Conven tiun army have heen Infoim.-d with lai;i(ml:un of the friendly note whlcdi jutir llx, IIcik I. s hue ndvamnl to an in. i which I recelvt-dgthe night of Ausust .". ol mi. ii let. In " plying 1 have the honor to In tor n yoll that the i iiiiv v nl ion ISovein-n- strong enough through Its own for n mill poWPT lo continue 1 tight defending the institutions belonging to Hm Mexican people until such a time a the high Ideal of the revolution a-li. it guarantees a. solid and stable poscO .ii realized, hut, taking Into gbaotdCfatlOrl the friendly and brotherly altitude of the Cnlted Sta' of America and our sletera, tihe Latin American republics of Hraxll. t'hlle. Argentina. Bolivia, Irugiiuy and ilua ttmsta, With the end that the njnn in Mexico mtBJl le an Immediate fart and constitutional order duly satab nf bed. we afo ready to accept, and ee- 1 allv we do a.s'cpt. the good offices Of yntir Kx. ellencles toward ralllna a fani on nf delegates of the contending parties recugllleed In Mexico. It w!' I bo sesUile for them to reach a atltfaOtOry agreement, thtm Having Oh. raittonal honor, well understanding Mmi the Convention Qovof nmotlt la Oilling to make all kind of efforts to gerreapond to the good win taprssttd by your Rsxwllsnoles, I want to slate dearly that all mill" pure chiefs as well as the civilians at tached to the 1 '(invention army are orilling to tetablish In Mexico a pro visional government that will guar antee the elections to which psoplS will V nmvooated to Sled with liberty Its office re, as we have no furth.-r de al.' except that the nonnnatlon will b 'i favor of a determined man. I bm. the honor to reiterate ln-vnur-Ei ellenctee the sincerity of my high er cstsera Faaiectsoo vitAAi ti.ft to Make I.Ike Itepllea. All of Villa's associates an 'be cause af the . .. .. ention government will make raphe- like Imnort 1 Carransa ih eiected either to reject tho proposal or to propose conditions Intrjosstble Of acceptance by the other j '1 ll lit undorstood he may de- maud that his government be recog nied. The indications are that for the 1 - - I 'u MSB lira's e'.,!' w stand by him. K.. far nothing has been he.irl riwn I r... V.u,,,lu ullhrsieh no doubt is ox. I tv-w.s.i by offl. ialw hero that he will fr s i a response sulmta ot tally in accord w'i 'hat forwarded by lia ally, Oen. mis. Following the receipt of ell the re HXaas from UtO Mexican chieftains It is undssvtood that the Pan-American eon fere ne will reaemcmble In New York ta determine upon a future Hui-ee of action. It is knirtvn. of course, that If CarranxH falls to assent to the coniven Mei plan the conference will give Its euppnrt to a government to be set up bv the opposing factions. A htilletln was made public by the frranra agency to-dav in which another series of victories for the Kirst Oiief was claimed. Hen. Villa for warder n despatch to his agency in wh ch he expressed hopes for vli-tories Is the Held lii the near future. Tt is ap eaewm -hat there is to be no Immediate suspension of military operations In Mevco. even tlioiigh a iiesce progT-.unme ts he .- iTsvsed by the Cnlted States anil thr other six American republics. SIX MEXICANS LYNCHED. Sfol, Tnkes I ben. From ,'sll Vie- j HOBS Had Killed tmerlcsns, Bros sevit.i.g, Tex. Aug. 19. It waa' lot ii I a nthcntically here to-day that 1 St Snn Henlto yesterday two Me.vlcana PS alien from the city Jail by a Small number of Americans and shot to ' d Th!r bodies aterwaid were burned ei ihe roadside. Pou othar Maglaaiig held in jail at 1c....f, w-e taken out iM l also killed. The two Mexicans at San Benito had tariiclpstsd In the murder of tin Aut ttn bralhsra two weeks ago near Saho tlsn T ie four others wire held for tak lig en' in Ihe attack on the I'nited - .-. .idlers, one of wliom. Private v mute, was gltlod, N'o details have I' lined. There have been no ar- PEACE PLAN OPPOSED. Den. Olireaon tanalnsl t.lvlne I p onslltnllnnellat I'rlnclplea. fi i Mvaro Clbregon, the Constitu te uiisi contmaiadar, who has pratwsd it r tmpaign agamsi the Villa foi iisa e ; .... i mi JusS Mouth of Torreon. semis the owing expression regarding the Pall id hi ui appeal to llnhorto V. Pea Ui i. special i em HScnl.tUvo of tile ' - lutiiinahet i ioveriiinent In New fork atkcas. Aug. IX. ..deferring lo the r-1 r ,ng confersnoai of the Pan-Anicn- ouniricM, our enemies' IntHgUeO i mi i not modify our ravotutlonary ili. ii we w always remain imitsd M sex the realisation of the ua- liope iff the Mer.ican people. i In in. itrporateil in our i-evolutioii- t pi Ipciplgg, , "lilt:.' AltVAgO OIIRKUON." ILLA HOLDS TORREON. aplure of glad bi auii senile ulea i arragslalaaa I'v.o, Aug -esslon of llhllllg In tin 111 -Hen Torroon city. It ihe Ca Villa is still and there la was reported pangs noes alt'ioilgll nllrmatioli caint tl Ihe aim lo having recaptured Agllas ki the rear of Hen ' 'I. i:.i itdvant'lng north lowgrd i'er- GONZALES URGES U. S. TO RECOGNIZE CARRANZA Would Hrins: PWfJ. Within Two MontliH, Shvh Mexico City Loader. .Mexico cm, .Aug. IS. via Colon, I Aug. I -tlen. Pablo (ionxalea, military wci n.r .pi me refierai mstrict. In an Interview with Tnn ION correspondent to-day, rave It mm hie firm belief that If the Cnlted Stales would revognlae the CarraiiBA government Mexico would be pacified within two months. "The Iollcy of the I Vnetitutiotialists, he said, is to gram absolute pardons to all McxJoans OhD .sane In anil surrender unconditionally Hut of one thing you nay be aasured. and that le that there will be no compromise on our ixirt wltn the manaej of the ( loveriwnenl. "We have determined In the new era of Hace which Is dawning to see thwt all foreigners and all legitimate ptoiwrty In lereats are given the fullest proteolion. "ull protection will also le given to the members of rellgtnue orders of the Cath olic Church and the priest had. "I alsri to deny that there have been general contlwations of private prop- I erty. and for the information of the soyle of the I nlt.d States I can say I that Innn this time on tralflc iietween Vera Crux and Mexlo cltv will Iw maln- tallied " The (leneral asserted thai many of those opposed to tl CarT0.mtlOtaO hod already omlraceil the offer of amnesty and had laid down t)elr arms. He added hat i:n Comma in a snort time will take measures to differentiate In 'his the Idea that then' will lie 1X0 Interven treatment between those who are active ttoti has caused much favorable com nopposltlon to the Con-.itutlonnllet Hov- ment ennnent and those who are merely pas-1 The local authorities announced to alve followers of Huerta ami I'inx and I day ihat tliev will begin again the dig who have taken no active part in the I IruNMkkn of food to the sor. which has rmolution Iwsti ilrtei rupted for several days be- The Kn-Amerlcjin note which was loatOM of delay In the train service be. addrc-ed to lien. ionxalea has heen'tween VOOa i'iui and this lty FOUR MORE NAVAL ADVISERS NAMED Two BoetetiM of Engimcn I'irk InveittOfl to Art With EditOB. BODX II A LF COMPLETED The rimes of four Invent .is prok-ed for places on the Secretary of the Navy's advisory board wore made pub lic yesterday. Two. nominated by ihe American So ciety of Mechanical Engineers, a an nounced by Calvin W. Rica, secretary .f the Boelet), are Spets'er Millar of New York and William I-e Hoy Kmm.-t or Pchanactady, The other tv o. selected by the So ciety vf Automobile Engineers, ate How ard"). Coffin and Andrew I Hiker, poet presidents of the society. Si.eii..r Miller Is lies known Ihe engineering world fr his Improvement . ha ire r.c.c . il.bwio His car rier waa used in tho building I'm.niu Can. 11. Mr Miller i .f the endered great aervlce t.. tn. i mien jsumw ...... the Si.anisn .Miienoan w.n ny 11,.. Inventl n of a mai I xW way that made It possible I ship to ship under transport coal n-om headway at sea. William la- K Emmet is .1 Ki-.i'lu.u of Anner, Us f the class of UsX H served in the navy until ls3 ! ,'., " ......... iiu i.i ttsl w ith the i ieneral hlec- trie company, inn at tin- out proa a 01 lie Spanish American air he returned to the rsivv lie hM designed many new ojoctrtoal ii.vi.ee. His moot im- isnant work hat is-en th. development I of tiie runts Mteam Turn nc. i Howard E C.ttln was chief engineer i of the Olds Motor Works from ttOI tol IfQi. He later became In turn v ( e- president and ciuer engineer di me uegation. v moo oi i.uwu negroea goi Tt Tliisnas I sb trot! CJompany Bubaa- him and lltarally slashed him to places, ouentiv ii- was chief engineer of the "It is said that Sam had nixlere.1 Hi Chalmers Pet roll Ccanpuny, He is now ; Sheriff of the district to execute all po- vlce-persldenl of tho Hudson Motor Osrilltloal piiaonora in the jail the moment comiiany I the conspiracy ho anticipated should ma- Vndiew I.. Hiker is an ele. Iri. al as tsrlallSS. At any rate SVOT) one of the well as a 'iiccti-aliicil engineir .-ui.-e he has sludnsl alactrhnl and gaao- , ,..rs for run venictcs. i.wis.,,, laxnn and Matthew 11. Scl-, lers were ohOSSn i oc. lit 1 y by I lie A, MO- nautical Society of AtnariCI ...i pu of the cotintl'V io rstirsaeni on the navial , i....t. Is headed bv nioinas A. ' Km til- Unartoan god sty f civil Kn-, ameers the lnvciitois Qulld a lid the American Institute of HlectriceJ BlSJI- nee re bond have also name. I mpmorrs oi in.-, although dis-liniiig fo make thoj .. ....... uiihli P si-nt. the personnel of the Isslv i more man nan conipine. Secre'aiy Hanlels has decided to limit i) board io sixteen or olghtem inven tors. WANTS ROOSEVELT OPPOSED. i -l... I . M.ler I rites I uilcd sintid tsalaai Ks-Pseildant. fi k Tvoitnioe. liilsn f.ader of the Piwiri nur ami ssorstary of ths flan PSsun is-o UuUding Tradss council issinsi ; ii moSaagS to bss fellow lals.r leaileis ' vrteterdav In Which he attai-kisl cx- i fisahlwil it.s.s. veit as the loadswg I eiseny of hm. c among the workers of Mae world TveltinoO sal dtliat lalsir I should uiiiie In npiKsshig Mi- rtoossvsrt ; iisiaistt of the ss-Presldent'a promlH- ! Inr.v agilatsim He eugg. Hted action by I i Ihe workers of the world to ahollgh par- ' nmnsntly the nsanutaoiurs oi an tmpmi I limits Of "It in evel V Inlld. "it may all hs taken and paaaad as Taddy threats,' " amyn Tvartinoe, re ferring to Ihe Coleliels Ss .sMl gl Sail' Frsin.'kesi. "hut n is a ratiu-r asrioUl a'gn when a man w ho te old enough to I know whal In- is talking als.uj and who wived as Chief Executive for gsVOtl yeara makes lib conl i Ibulioii to Ihe pggjos achlavamsnl aapoaHion in tlie form of four ahd hate and war U) Ulster i talk w hen a large pai l of ths 'Id World ! in a sofd er's slaughter shamble. ' ASSASSIN KILLS WATCHMAN. I.enpa l-'rom lliilltvny Slioola Vlgfl I llti l-'.si'H lies. As Htepin officer ai ine and Nassau walking In toward Ills ll 1 'una n. tlti. a s, octal iioiy Pamlly Hall Manksr avenues. Brooklyn, wit I'slyef street hist night hi. me si 7tii Maun lt1 in avenue, a in in juiiiimmi irom the shadow, nf a hallway and shot him Itl tilt itk. Currsn dropissl to the sidewalk and ihe man Hcd Washington Montgomery, an actor, who was passing in an auto mobile, jumped out and ran to Ihe In jured mail, as did Dr. Arthur Midler of Un- Williamsburg Hospital, who waa passing by Tin two lif'.isl the unooip scions man into Ihe automobile and took him to Hie Eastern district Hospital I'urran dlsd is In was placed on Ihe spsratlng Istolo His wife, wlm had rSNrhsd Ihe hoHpltal, falntt'd when told the he whs dead. ' i W Li mm, . . Pholn by DndOPwOOd l'n.lermoo.1 Atudio Gen. Pablo Gonzales. forwarded by Mm lo Carranxa The terms of the note have been published here, and ihat portion which ,tnvys BRINGS STORY OF OUTBREAK IN HAYTI William ll. Blythe Syi 1'. Marint's Will He NpimIimI for Throe Vi'iir. JAIL ' SURViTOH I 1 1 I' I V t' -w -- I utlon I a daaci Haytl intinn of the re.-, m revo m.l the laniling of tan Cnlted Stales marines In I'orl an Prince waa given ytsterday by William H. Hlythe. a lawyer who was a passenger by the Print der Ncderl.tnd. a tual Hutch liner, which arrived ftom West Indian porta Mr. Hlythe said it would be impossi ble. In hla opinion, to withdraw the marines from Port au Prince for at least three years. Withdrawal of the lor.-s. he said, would tn-an Ihe early cut break of another revolution. "The present trouble In Port au i P-lnoe,'' he said, "started on July -T . atnut i a. m. whan fifty-to armed man, i-d iv Chariot: Dolva, a partisan "f 1 lr Hobo an. I I'l.arl.s l.amar. crept si-i leul.v up tb. bed of a ravine lowara the i palace, arhert President Sam was Bleep j ing. In roaponso to the challenge of tho nines tot trouble had lieen In the air I lor some time HolVS ahOUted that the j Minister of the interior demanded ad i inlaslon. When ihe galea arore opened; ih.- party rushed in and ov rpowsrsd I the outaldo sent' ies with-iul ll-ing a shot. Then tin- raiaera turned mo nora piooeo i toward the palace "Arouesi hv tli noise President Sa n I came out mi Hie porch. His appearance J resulted in a fusillade, during which he' was shot in the teg. W illi thirty men j i,,. nxgytad back Into th. pai n- and held R gal fist assaults until X A M.. arhen tkt escaped next d In the Frenc . i ina men in ,ia:i. w-.in one cacepuon, vvas butchered tit the same time the palace j ,...- .o.,.,-. .or. Sheriff Uacar, who was a ft srwa rd killed) accompanied hv i punn. .- safety and several i lied Reformed ilusrd , Jail at 4 in the morning, and In H till Th prloonort were hoMsd Ovt or six in i 'c'l in the small Jail, and when the Jallei j unlocked th.- d.Mir of :i killed all In the ci II n th.. w..i.ii,.,u w ith guns an I machetes and then paagSd on to tho' next. M.-inv of the nrleonera were mam. I bars of the best f ami list in Haytl, wh. had bean arroated tlmply on suspicion," i "There is at presi nt ti force under one ! , of Sam's former Qsnsrall in the north I near Monte Cristi and opposing it is aiuitner mice uiuier in. r.ooo. t tot ti (Parlies have refused lo lay down arms I and the only Way to repress Hum la to ;i ml a force of inat lucH after theiiL" The election of Sudre Dsrtlgtlonav as . Presldsnl was a cut am? dried certainty, Mi. BlythS said, which had been ar- ranged h tiie two bouses of the Hsytlan Congress, which oppoasd Dr. Bono. Antonio Vlttlsllu, an Italian who vvas arrested live months ago for carrying letisrt to lb. Bobo, was also on hoard in,- prlns der Nedsriand He was tha one prlaOter Of all Ihe Hill to escape when the political prisoners were slain. When the door of hla cell was thrown open the Ural man to walk out was killed bv die ggs of a ma.-hette. he said. He then took a step tow, nil the door and threw up his hands at if shot and fell lo Ihe ground The nexl man wat actually shot and fell on top of him, Afler six hours lie was rescued by a friend. MARINES IN ST. MARC. HAYTI. TaUe I otilrol pll l.uard i o . oi 1 mOlal. SU.- W.vsimn'i;t.in. Aug 111. Admirsl Cg perton has reported to IhO Navy De- partmenl that the c. s. s. Caatino lauded one companv of maiines at St Mtitc, Haytl. and has assume.) control of that town. The occupation of St Marc will serve to guard the food supply for the city of I'orl au Prince. Among the dissatisfied residents of St. Marc an attempt was made to or ganize an armed opposition lo the land- ' mg force, but this effort wan not suc I cessful and some dtgsatleflsr! Hayllans, wi... ...ii". iom V''"' l - ''"' lilt lonuing n un pisiuv. Teace In oaorna Svive I. e. . U s IIHIcr. lei Viereck. editor of Thr Fatherland i denied ysatards) thai i there w. i any diatigrcamoni betwsan lii in mid any mSlllUSf of his sluff. Tliere was a report thai the business manager. Mr. Slack, mid Mr Vlarsck had 'had a quarrel, Mr. Viereck said thiol every thing wag I ivel. and Mi. Stack said that a psraonal dUTsrancs batwapn him Mdf and Mr Viereck had utt-n udjualed moHi .in-rs.-ioi.lv I I MORE THAN 400 DEAD IN FLOOD ON GULF COAST OoMllNMa from Fiml Papr Dredge San Bernard lost thirty of her new. Probably lost also. Small boats In harbor safe KeiKVNs from others C Snoot Od to-day. i'arapels of fortifi cations washed out. Loss of life In city very small, owing to effective pro-1 tOOt 1011 of se.i wall. I'roperty damage far less than 11100. HlCHB." I MOSlo.t HeporO. 'Jen. Kunslon arnt long dOBpO.I ii from Fori Ham Houston, which who re retrod by wireless at (lalveston. It read "0 Tire hurricane vis, ted this Island August ltt and IT. causing heavy damage and considerable sufferlngV Water ays- I tun. lighting syatem, gas and street car eystem out of commlsaloii. and no drinking water in city, exceiu In cisterns. Fifth 1 tlridgadr enmp completely wiped out, ' I no loss of life n ported. ''Dopol corral destroyed. To em ployees enorted nilaslng. AH animals except two drowntd or missing. McClel i Ian grounded on PoMtM. Buford and ' KltpOtliCk safe t'oe damageil. Cuah- ing safe. Troops of Fifth Brigade will ', be quartered oil Buford and Kllpatrick I to-day, until other moans nvallahle fori I them l.src' ijuintltles subsistence! ; stores destroyed, and am trying to wire I Bt Lolttt and New York and Kalians 1 t lly for supplies. Cltv under martial , law and I am cooperating with Mayor ami iltlae.ns' committee. 'Three hundred feet causeway ile troyodj and no communication with i mainland, either by rail or wire. Will send this by radio If possible Xo news' from Texas City. Ample lentage on i hand for troops , Sufficient subalstence supplies mi hand for troops, except fresh i vegetables, flour, hard bread, until com- municatlnn established. All officers, claa- ! allied employees and enlisted men and I families safe.'' In a despatch dated August 17 Col. I Waltx at Hal vest em reported as rollown: 1 "Terrible hurrlcine yeoterdn.y extend- I i Ing during night and to-day atal still I ' raging completely i:royed every vea I t ge of camps Ttoops placed In concrete ! i buildings yesterdav evening, and so for ' as am able to report at present no Uvea KMt Troops are catching rain water ' i ami will endeovor to rig up dtollllng I : apparatus with in (J of post machine stiop. ! I Son wall saved l.ves and oWjf, although ; I lMtilevaril has dropped six feet In places, I leaving only retaining wall between us ; and sea. which ran very high, throwing i ns-ks over the wall onto par.ide "Twentje-ettrttth Infantry, an families 1 and anlmfljU removed from flat where ' eampad to Fort Crrs kett Mil previous to btmt of storm. S!r!t of trxiis beyond I" use. but In view of ir log ordeal ne I ceseity for oimplelely rebuilding cjunns 1 ami outntling anew Wltn arms, lit. 1 mem ano doming. ronowing its ser- i In Mexico nn. I a former partial de- ' StTUCtkxn of its camps, rec.anmeisl that Firm lirlgade le returned to piaxtera. , at least temporarily." Another despatch, liattsl August Id. i was rooaivad from Oen. Funston, aa I foll.tws: "bl lowing radiogram recsi VOd Fort j Sam Houston radio suction, tefoat lose I stores and propSOty through high water QuaretrmaatSI corral with all shot and j transportation .-ompleie loss. Catlap of Fifth P.ngiajl.. swept awav. Have au thorlxel shelter aisl care of troops on transports. Little loss of life. Carl- I ton.' " The HeparUnent was advised that army medical ofAoSfSJ have taken ovvjC 1 the Southern Hotel and converted it a Inwpital. into The rei-ort received yesterday that twelve So gibers had laM the.r lives neer OalVOMon also was conflrnie to-day MISS STRAGHAN LOSES TO SOUTHERN TEACHER Pr. Johnson f South ( tirolina F.lcctcii lien.! of Nationei Eiliicntion ANsociation. IIAK..AM'. Cal Allg l! ! Htvid H Jihneoti. prsaidsnl nf the Winthrop Normal and lixluntnal College of Rocll Hill, S. C, was elected president of the National Education ASSOclStton to-day by n vote of 47?. as against IM re ceived b) Miss li. ace i Strachan of NaWi York. I Johnson was n inmated in com director ,,f 1 mtUSS OVOr m.hs mnii-i.in ny a vote or ildlera of th 31 to . The balloting was sterol It is went to th'inot known what States support.su Mies I BttrBOlra Alter the reading of the majority re iwirt In Whloh lr. Johnson was nomi naled Thomas B. Flimegau. Vssiststi I i o i n ui iss h ' ner m rsiuoavion or new ton 1 Mats, offered a minority reiHirt. While hi was paying a Who sat upo tribute to Miss si raclian the platform, Miss Pits gem Id and MISS llrsv of California both seconded Flunegsn's mo tion nominating Miss Btnaohan and oatl Ing for a ballot vote. Miss Sim han rose to her feet. "if It were not that during the past w-ei-k things had happened which i con- i shlered a libel," tht w-.is sav ing. when I Delegate Downing of New York sprang I to his feet. He ssld : "Tin sp(.aker hat no right to take the time or this Isidy We are not here to listen to the candi date, hut to vote on tin motion." ; j. a. Joynsr of North Carolina, who : represented Dr, Johnson, asked that Miss : Strachan be permitted to speak, but Miss Strachan refused to ppscsid i "1 will aay no more, particularly as the request came from one of mv fellow delegate! from New York." she said. MANHATTAN DAY AT THE FAIR. llornuah President Mnrka Makee xrifireas In Han Km nelacn. San Fkancisco. Vug 10 Marcus M Marks. Bo rough Prasldanl of Manhattan, represented tha city to-day at the Man hattan Day eisrclses at the Panama- Paclflc Exposilion. In psply to a speech by M Hi He Young, vice-president of ihe SXiPoaltloni welcoming Manhntlanites to the fair. Mr. Marks said In part "We do not coiiHhler Ihe Panama Pacific Blspoaltlon a Usui affair New Yoik Joins wllh San Fraiiclsx-o In deep interest ill Its success. Cor my pan 1 shall ask every man. woman and child whom I am able lo reach lo strain every nerve to see San Francisco ami the wonders of the Wesi In the spirit of your cordial Welcome to-day." RETIRING PRESIDENT SHOT AT. Mob tllacka I ol. Henavldra oi I'l-rn eV II. oil Pill IIohii. Lima. Peru. Aug. 1 -A hull of hub lets and stones greeted Col. Oscar Hena vides. Hie retired Provisional President, when he returned to his residence last night, after Ihe Inauguration of the new Piesident, Mr. Jose Pardo. Ten persons were wounded when Col. atenavides't ooiiipauiont fired into the crowd lo stave off lit attack PollOS finally dispersed Hie crowd Col Hena vldes was not Injured. IJttVSrnnHWIt troima have subdued un ullempl to start a rebellion at Chimbote. a Peruvian soaiairt. LIFTING OF EMBARGO ON ARMS A BLOW TO MEXICO President Taft's Move, Which Squelched One Revolu tion, Undone by Action of the Wilson Ad ministration, Says Investigator. Thr fnllitu titg article on thr Mrx ICfiM alfunflon in thr, tilth nf a irrirn by Raymond O. Carroll. Wtltek tMN apprar daily in Tl1" Bin. Mr. Carroll hat made a thorough invettiyation of thr titu atlon at rrgardt thr rrvolution, lit rautr and rrtult flint far. and thr rfjrct of thr policy of the Wilton Admlnlttration on the citfl tear. hv ratmoud ti. i tHitoi.i.. , Before the Wilson Administration I opened wide the gates for the unhin- , dereil aweep of munitions of war Into Mexico holdover fnltetl States Attor- I neya along the Southwest frontier were 1 vigorously enforcing the embargo of the , Taft Administration which prohibited ' the departure for Mexico of American made arms ami ammunition from any place In the United Slates. The penalty j for each violation was two years un priaiinment. or a HO.Ono fine, or both. The Taft Administration was bablnd I the prohibition of arms and munitions of war to Mexico because the proof was In- ' controvertible that such weapons ami : exploslvea in the 1-atin American repub lic could be used for only .-.ngle pur piaw the oppression and maltreatment I of partly dvlllxed peopkti an oppres ! sion taking the form of arson, assasslna- Uon, torture, robbery and the other ele ments of a vholeeale reign of anarchy. Thei-e also was lodged in the far Irhted intelligence of I'nited States Senator BlltlU Hoot, who drafted UN JOHlt rewilutlon pejowl by Congress giv- i mg Proaidont Taft authority to declare the embargo, the possibility of this con- f tinaency. If the Cntted States should ever be compelled to invade Mexico In protection of American Uvea tin- guns I which would he used against our soldiers , would be the guns the C.uvernment of I the I'nited Slates permitted to pans-Into ! the hards of the Mexloana. President TefC Wsrnlna. That there should he no mistake of the weighty importance of the strict enforce- ! ment of the embargo proaioani l.m in his proclamation of Starch 11. lilt. said: 1 do hereby admonish all rltlgSItt f the L'nltad Sta'es atin every erBon to abstain fn.ni every violation of the provision of the Joint resolution tot and I do hereby tram them Ihat all violations of such provltloni wit! bo rigorously prOOOCUP d And 1 do hereb enjoin Uxm all offletM of the I'nited States charged with the oSO CtltlOn of laws thereof the utmost diligence 1n preventing violations of the said Joint resolution and in bringing to trial and punishment any offenders against the same. The Wilson Administration look office March 4, l13. At Hi time the Tafl Administration s embargo vv as opeiative. Prosecutions aga.lnt lis violators had i iexn actively carried forw ard by Cnlted i Statee Attorneys Chariot A llovn-oii of Texas. Joseph E. Morrison of Ar aona, D .1 l,ehv of New MsgiCO and A I M - Cormlck of CaHfOTOta. The enfotcement . of the embargo during ISIS liad effec tually squelched the antl-.Ma.dcro revo lution In Chihuahua of PaSBUal Orosoo, who In OOnaSQUSnCO did not have rtflsa and cartridges suecagsfully to o ppooS I Huerta. tlien a Osnsral commanding hVderal tr.sipe and faithfull) Support ing Mai aero. This is the sains Orosoo erho motorad to Newman, N M . bo wel come Husrta ami was arroated nii Huerta. s ll pre lo. t on. i pprnt es. of the principle Eurther buttressing involved in the Joint i. -solution ialng a Proaldsntial embargo aulli.it ami ai most unexpectedly from the I nteil States Supreme Court before tin- Wilson d ministration had got the dual of private life off its shoe" in Hay ISIS, h er i Justice White rendered an opinion in ths I Chaves case, his Associate Justac con curring, which established Ihe legality, and far rem lung force of the joint rexo lutioii. The decision not onlv ruled that it wag a crime to ssport arms snd ammunition from a place in the I'ldtad States lo a plAOO In HaXlCO bUi rule.1 hat it was a .rime to ship arms and munitions of ; war designed for HosioO from one placa tn another in the I'nited Stales Thus wa find the Wilson Administra tion at its Inception nf authority in full 1 possession of he power of a law that had bean uphold unanimously by Bis highest court of the land. The three hranchoa ol our ifovernuieiu nan imieeii. the logsStatiVO, the judiciary. Tha pre executive and the tdstits were sstab- lishe1. An op ourse spread out ne fore the in w executives at Washington Itl the matter or sniliung mil an., ii- the Cnlted State as a has.- where Meal .an ravotuttono could be organised, financed and supplied with the materials of war, a"'1 from which expeditions might i.e started. OppoQsnts in Amerlcs .f the emitting Huerta Central Oovarnmani iti Mexico, which came into power a week antedat ing Ihe Wilson Administration, rejuli-ed when Prosldenl Wilson, on March II, in i a. in a psrsonal statsmsnl on Moil o, tald We can nave no sympathy with thote who seek lo selXe the power of , government to advance their own per aoiui Inlarestt nr ambitions, We are i tha friends "f pcacs, but wi know there can lie no lasting nr stable pesos in such circumstances, as friends, therefore, we shall prefer those who act in tlie interests of pesos and honor, who protect private rights ind respect Ihe restraints of OOllatltUtlpnal provision. SO, IMin Men on Border. AI tilts time tlie I'nited States fOVS4n ment had 10,000 goldlora strung along Ihe northern boundary .f MssloO. Their oftlcers. uti to tlie incoming of the Wilson Administration, had been cooperating with the Cnlted States attorney! in en fondng the amended neutrality law s Tim slant r ihe i lovi-rinneiit mum rrom riftl Juana, Cat., ' Hrtywngviiie, Tag., through army, i reaeiiry ana uepari nieni of Justice officials, was to see thai no guns and explosives of any sort went across the line. ll tiwtk eleven mouths to break down this barrier Under the spoils system, the old United states attorney! were supplanted one by one by men who did nut feel I'he necessity of aggressively Supporting thO policies of a former Ad- mlirissrgtlon. Now ougtoma oollsotoro were put Into ofilce at tlie twenty-odd porta of entry and departure Judges were Ivappotnted under circumstances that tied them lo Ihe plans of their ban efactort. It Is noi strange that the suc cerdlng Official! look their cue from Washington and relaxed the vigor of Hie embargo until its teeth had been drawn through a policy f noneuforcamenti All through the summer of 1111 Mex ican bulletins from lbs Houthwest. limb private and odiciat. kepi arriving in Washington telling thai rifl.s and am munition in large quantities were slip- ping across the line to Mexicans 'n i guerrilla warfare, the nucleus of the up rising that culminated In the downfall Of Huerta, Whlla casting around for a new Mexn.m policy prior to August 2. 1111, the Wilson Administration as had the Taft Administration In 112. sanctioned some few shipments of rifles I and cartridges into Mexico under the clause in the Joint resolution "except un- der such limitations and exceptions as the President should prescribe " This I was altogether legal anil allowable, there being American enterprise which at tknog ne Mled dynamite for blasting audi eapnn. to prottel Isolated camps from perennial robbers. Still the Wilson Administration has j never taken the public into Its confidence I as lo who were favored in these exceptions. in 'I. r Ilelng Vlolslell. !..it.- in September. If II, there was re ceived tn ti,, Depart tnen! of justice in WaahlOgtOn a soinewhat dlOqUiOttnft let ter from I'nited States Attorney Mor rison of Arlaona. with haadauarttrt at M s! Mr .Morrison was one of the I holdover Tafl Official! I ills letter, dated September J. Illli 1 Informed the Wellington ortlcials that the embargo older was being uuenlv and flagranti) dlaoboyod In Arizona. Attorney -1 ien, ral James t '. MCKeyn olds of ProtldOBt Wlison e Cabinet, who has since been appointed a Justice of the I'nited States Supieme 1'ourt. was Informed by holdover a -s.atauts that; Mr. Morrison was a capable, aggress v.. and Indopondom proaaetttot on the eouthweot frontier, who was thoroughly Informed upon Mexican matters and had in charge a large number of Important ! Criminal ases The Judge of the I'nited tate Dlatrlct Court of Arlaona waol Will. ,nn II MawtollO, a lawyer of the! highest atandlng, whose appolntmonl by Pi "t Wilson had I n conflrmed by i the Senate August, is. ISIS, and there) were pending upward of urn ordinary . 1111101M1 iacs 111 ine oisirii'i ai una. tl,n. tin OctObel '.'J came a tel. gram from Morrison, tiled Hie preceding night nt rnurnia, Arts., as follows dlforaey-Ocaoral, Washington, t '. Phelp..l lodge Mercantile Company and tvo of its officers, Uouglat Hard ware Company ami its go no ral mttn ager and Mexican purchasers Indicted tins afternoon, ennapiracy t. ex isn munltlont or war two countt ; shlptnent w lib ltdent to export two counts Rxtroinoty ptobabie tlrand jury win to-morrow indid iVIncbosisr Arms OompSnj and OfficarSi New Haven, Conn ; ghslton Payne Anna Company and other lartfe arms dealers El I'. iso and many others along the Alisons bor-ier MoaatgoM, i'nited states Attorney the npunth. There is two hours difference in time between Washington and Phoenix. Orand .lur.es In Western oltlot are mil erv prompl In getting down to bust' ness It was OVtuent thai tne i mien .Mates Attorney -f Arixona was on Ihe warpath, and there waj no doubt but j thai he was Is.lh "aggre-slve and in dependent " He had alrsad) Indlctsd the phelp-l sslge Merc mills Comiwny land two of lis officers, so there was no 'way to undo that happening hid there I lieen such a desire. Hut there were things that tiii firsbrand Morrison pro- p.e..si doing which could is- a. t.d upon. Tht following lelsgram sat therefore sent to him In time to peach Phtanlg bs f.,re in A, M . ict..l.ei Itlt, a inetn- orablo da) in the Dopartmsnl of jus- t Ice : t'liitrtt t:itiv dflorseji, Pasato, Arts, Tslagi sm rsoeivsd, Dspartmsnl viy doubtful as I., propriety lndl.1- ing Wlnohootar Arms Company or any of it officers; this company his f.n soma tune voluntarily furnished tics Pspartment with Information as to shipments arms ami ammunition t siatee on Mexican border; further- mors, prior lo August last num.i- nis escsptiona were made by Presi dent permitting such shipments into Mestoo -iin' Department doubts whether Winchester Arms Company or Its officers l ave wilfully v loiatSd the law i it and Jury should ta- advised of this telegram. a s McRgTNOfJIS. Record la tVaahlngftan. lu Wgshlngton At I ' rue v - lelll t'al. at the I- tll.-.l office Hie f. s evel of the II., wing cryptic record of th- dav Pin I. six. i s-lolior '.'. HIT A form V-''''" r"'. H'OSIliagfOai " C. In View of your suggestion con tained in vour telegram of to-day lbs . I ran. I Jury w ill probably not In- diri Wlnohenter Anns company nor any f lit ofll. cis . othar parties men tioned mv telegram yesterday Indicted lu-ilay m hikison. F. s. Atty. There were about g Indlctmsntl se- ,-ur.d at CI Paso, T.v. hv i'harles A. Boyntnn during the Taft Administration. The were held back pelliltng I ne mil -,f Ihe appeal of tile UUSC llglllllst Amulfo I'bavex. who was convicted of buying 8.000 ;fn-:m cartridges "for Mex ico" and conveying llieni inuo i ,,f nurchaae. North l-'.l Paso and San sranclscn ttreots, to pi near South Stanton and I nee in in Paso, 'iflll streets judge Thomas I'nited Stales insirui S Maxev . before whom the Che vet case .. un. ordered the null, tlnents d's- .mss.d. but United states Attorney Hnvnton cained the cast lo Ihe Appel hue Division, which Maxcy sustained Judge v.. tppeal Taken. Au appeal was taken to Ihe I'nited Slates Supreme Court, Where the merits '.f tlie case Were argued in April. 11)11, by Assistant A 1 1 or ncy - ' leneral Jesse ' ilUins. a holdover from the Taft Ad mlnlMiratlon, who was assisted by Karl W. KlK'hWay. WO have given al the opening of "us article the opinion nf Chief -Inst Wlulc. concurred in by bis nsiMw.laleu. which overruled Judge llnvi l ,,n,) ,. Appellate Division, and sin I tallied Hie Indlnl nt. Thus an appeal w.(;4 (agen in the ChaVOS case and won, alll) vvas taken in the Phslpt-Dodgs Mercantile Company case. Altogether, I ihore were about SO convict urns in TeXSI under His Joint raaolutloil of Congress. Tha records in (he ciiiiKpiracy case or Hie United stales s. the Plirlps-Dodgs Mercantile Compall) show thai II was thrown mil of emit llecoinber 10, ISIS, un motion of the defence Judge Saw-1,-iie Instructed the Jury lo bring In a vsrdlcl of acquittal. The llovsrnmsul had retted Its I'SSO the day before. When iin- Wilson Administration ...i.e.i the am Largo Oil the export lo Mexico oi anna mid munitions nf wai t io all factions II (foci was thai oft Inking Ihl' law awav from Hie Ullllsd States prosecutors, akimu of the United I Slates attorneys ln'ld ihat the action of, pietldviil Wilson nolle p rotted tlie old cases. OthOlt said thai il dd not.' There is still confusion all tilling I lie frontier with resp.. t to ihe arms and I ammunition "saport" prtypualtlon in tin wick after Prsaldoni Wilson threatened Mexico with Intervention If the warring factions did not make peace mor.- than i. ee roiimit oi cannuges l llltaStl to Mi v co at 1 11 Paso aloSa. Copgrifhl by 'In PkiludtlpAlg Public l.rilycr. SAFETY FIRST hat been our policy for the past 20 years GUARANTEED MORTGAGES Netting 5 r nnum LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO HICHAM M. MURO. PraeMofit Capital, Surplus A Pr. $9,000,000 Uhert7 ltM T. 14 Monmsn- St .BkD MERCANTILE MARINE; SUIT IS DEMANDED .Minority Stockholders Petition ! Receiver to sook 8io.oo. 000 From Director. AGAINST M.S0 PAYMENT Formal demand was served yesterday upon T. A. S. Franklin, receiver of the International Mercantile Marine Com pany. In bo halt of minority stockholders that he start a court proceeding again: the rectors of the company, alleging negligence of their duties ill allowing the company lo go Into receivership and ask ing MO.iOt.OOfl restitution fioin them on alleged losses to security holders. It was learned that the demand was made by loucks & Alexander, attorneys, of IL'11 Broadway, These attorneys have also Matted a movement among stock holders of the company lo organlxe for the porpOM of preventing the proposed reorganisation plan from going through, on the ground that the Company should never have gone Into receivership and that it Is now solvent. .. ,. I A meeting of the protesting ewtuun-- ors waa hold on Tuesday ai d another , i, h.i.i , Wednesday. The al- Is to he held next torneya say they represent 'in.iiiiO shares I In the protest against the reorganisa tion plan. ' Tlie irectors of the International I Mercantile Marine Company are 'ieoige W Perkins. E. I. BSTWlnd, J. P. Morgan. ) Percy Chubb. P A. S. Franklin. Albert 'II rjlltard, Edward I'harles tlrenfell. J. ! Il.ii. a Kiiviv lair. I P. trie. H A. Sand- arson. I'harl-s Steele. I'hailes r. lorrev. i.. ,. I txfataehuev and P. A. H. Wldener pranhlln s is made Tin- dsmand that Raralvi hrtn lllt against the direct. i ,o nlsar l ii wav lor ai'lion f this kind I... I,.. II,. I. In .1 Meclll' It holders in the , event that the receiver refill . statement of the attitude of Mr. ' n, .... ihe oueslioll could be ' r- a. No Frank ib tslnsd i 'ast night. It not kimwn wtiothsr the attorneys mnaing me wmsn - ,-e.ver's suit will tile a suit themselves if the receiver does nut do so. Th,. nttorneys In presenting thslr for mal demand iire acting fo:- five stock n. .id- re The specific acts of negligence held tgalnoi t.e directors are that they permitted the company to default on lit 41. per cam semi-annual Intersil pay mi nt of October i. inn. the r. per cent. semi-annual interest of February 1 and the April 1 interest on th' 4'j er cent. Issue. it i hi Id that cm company had stir. S..I-.,, fund tn cash at the time of the lust .1-fault to pnv the innresi. .-v.n onlv .lid the OOmpStiy have en. .ugh for nf the Nitrate Products I 'nuipanv located ths Intsrott payment of April 1 and all at .Mount Csrhon, a suburb of line Pity, of the previous payments then in do-was sold to-day lo the Atlas Powder fault, whloh would have totalled SbOUt Company of Wilmington. Del. a suh IS.tlt.tllO, It is ateertodi but it had bSoldlsry of Ihe Dll Pont Powder I'om- iw'.-en in.000.OM and MMM In cash ! p.,,,,. on April 1. ! Tin- Mount Carbon plant sill bo v.on- Th.- reorganization plan to which 1'" t tinned under the name of the Atlas. Ni- mlnoril.. StOCKnOIQSrS oujeci as uoi.e. es- sai v lavs an assessment of $fi '.n on the . Issues in mvt rtihle r cent . of , stock and cuts the two Ism.l half, g.v'ng Mi par cent, new OJ iu.n.1. to ,.o Ii ts-ue. with .11 pi l ew stock Th holders of preferred Block g. t -n per cent in new preferred and the holders of common ". per cent. In new common. Their etnilty In tho property remains nucha nged SHIP SALE CLOSED. Tn tl4 tla lllt-VMHtH!:.il AI T iM 1 1 ' 1 1 r Marina Company lu lake .are of the In ,.. n. hualnosa. due to the WBI , in. I., Hough the Utriti ! tricl I nill I lgn-.l -m iini'-i allow mg the Aliannn i ininnini ol f theolnl Transportation rngtlonal Mor - pantile Marine subsidiaries to purchase live shins of Ihe Pin ltl Mall Steamship .ompsny it an aggregate cost of $ 150.000 The prospective purch.is was announced at the Onll of the ships of the Mor- cant III Marine about a week ago was then thought that ih,. price would h.. about M.000,000. Plulip A. s rraiig. in, vl. e-prs.dent and receiver for the Una in III.- recent BaUltl proceedings hr uisht sgolnot it in the Federal courts, look the matter of the purchase UP wllh judge Hough explaining to lum t hat si the war began tin- line hat losl three vessels Hid sold I VV tni-ee vessels anil puis ...... It wa- ImiMSSlble, Mr Krai kill. "X- plain. il. In make up His shortage through tiie thlpysrds of Uuropi., at they were s., busy filling wa. orders that thrv .mild not slop to build mor- chain vosselt Moreover, in- said, It Ill would lake at least lliree years to Imtld required size and prospective demands Vessels of Ihe The present for shipping fa Slates and ISu i t ics bet w ecu tin I diss, Mr. Kranklln lilted said, new may take from Will enahlt the lme to us.- the boats to great advantage, ii a yep be 11 Scoots fy i he taid, to tevern of the Hue's ,.ld boats other tervless and run them Vcw York and l.nlulon Tw. bet w e. of Ihe Pacific Mall boats will be used on route and Ihe others on tin route tw.-en N'.-w Vork and Knn Krancis- . be. i by way of the Panama Canal. Tin live Pacific Mnil boats were built l.v hat line at a cost of about tpi,. loo.ooo The Pacific Mall Steamship Company found ll u scot tary to dispost of them and go out of business baagUSS of the drastic terms of the new Mm man bill Judge Hough signed the order of pur cbase in llsnovor, s il . whets in- m spending lilt vacation. mmMnammammm,maammmmmmmmmmmmmnmm' to Per MONTH ON PLEDGE jTbpF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK M AM H ATT 4 Hi l miox. ; fniirtUriflt Aff . or MRth Rlrxft Fourth i'nu. ror 2Mh Rtrtv ! i yldrtdse Hiree, enr III.,,..,, s- "ThK?. Keventh Axe , bet. gg ami 4'itn tlrabsni Avenue, ear. llsla.vole St. Igtoiglog Ave , ror 134th street l itkui Meiiue. ixir Kockaway Art. j uraod Htreta, cor. v-linion Street y PKU CB.VI'. I'll AKliEllON gast ffd it., It. I.exlntmn Id Ar- i 1X I.UANs KKPAID WITHIN Bast lloustoa si ixs tn n 1 x twu WKtws krom dat r. sSi MBOSBBaBBB TO SELL DU PONT CO. FOR $120,000,000 Financial RforrrniifzarfoTi Plannrd. With the ProNfiit Officials to Krmnin. WILL INCREASE CAPITAL Wit.MtsuTDV. Pel . Aug. 1S.--A plan Involving the sale of all the properties of the K. I. du INmt de Nemours iowder Company for Ilin.OOO.OOO to a new company to he known as K. I. dn font do Nemours ft Co . was announoed to-day. The new concern will be Incorporated ir the relaware lawa. The purnhaae price will Iw partly In cash, partly In debenture stock and partly In common slock of the new compnnv. which will have no bondtd In.lebtednesa or other Mxeil cliargea. The development Is due to the growth of tho powder Industry of which war orders form a ootmldcrablo part. Ther will be no change in the personnel of the officials, Pierre S. du Pont continu ing as president, with the astnt dirto- torate and management. All contracts thai the Du fonts have with foreign I lov ci omenta and all other Obligation! will in- assumed by the new concern. "Tin e nrk of Carrying out and ful filling tin cfbliga tii ins of thcao con tracts." It Is officially announced, "will iie guaranteed and insured in every way. The change will not affect the business of the company, the plan in no way In volving practical ops rations, hut dealing principally with a financial reorffanUaV tlon of the company." In a letter sent the stockholders of the present company lo-day by Presi dent du Pout, it Is sei forth how the 1 1 to. 000.000 will i.e ospended In the pur- chase, namely: 11,414,100 in cash, fat, ill! 1, "nn par v alue in debenture stock . gr. !.S5 4. 200 par value In common stvk. Tvlm total stock of the present com pany amounts to 141,491,709, The president a.s. -a.vs; '-The busi ness of our company lias greatly in creased In volume so that It has becore necessary to Increase on.- oapttsl ma terially to prov aic for propsr and economical opsratlons, L'pon the consummstlon of the sale an offer will be made to purchase Hie OUt st.tndinvv bonds and preferred etrsk. The outstanding common stock of ths pre-ent company, par value, la I-H.427.-104), au the common stock of the new company vvtu ho distributed to the prod eid niiiimnit slockholders as a dividend "In other words." Ihe president's stale, ment toys, "ti person holding one share of common stock In our company e-ll. continue to hold it and in addition will receive two shares of the common stock of E. I. du Pont de Nemourt a- i'o." The name. E. I, du Pont de Nemniirs A- Co. was the first corporate title of the organisation formed hero by ancestors Ol tin- pr. sent du Ponis In 102, It was do cidod to return to the old name The growth of the du Pouts' Internals has ex tended from powder to the manufacture of fnhrikonl and lo the acquisition Of nitrate properties In Chile, The latter it a Principal ingredient in Ihe making of ssploalvss Urate Plant i Rtttg la n iin rnni Subsidiary . : IMTlsVll.l.l;. I'a . Aug. 1 'i l.ir plant porrsvn.i.K. Pa . Aug. $ t: , lr lt( .r0,,.,, CompSII) and will also b enmrsMl stud it output tnMitiy in rrra iftl liiR.i K .iiic nxploalVfiM Iihvh ttu mat.jfa uttii in iin- plant lor - hm Vrenv ( iovrninnl. but thfi plant hum btttl (Mrtijillv kiln f.ir n i 1 sliix. tti Acid rooin haviiiK hcn elOHPfl 1 1 if- tint t ha .Ml urn wa 1100.000, AMERICAN SHIP MISSING. a v v,.n,iv iiv srdne Wash i moton nils for vini. i. . i, ne. nt e Orlenn. Aim i'i Hv dlraetltN of Boors tary Itanlsls. tiie naval wlrtr- toeo ttathm has rent nut search calls tates Pis-I f,r the steatne: MsrowijltO, an Amerl yeaterday 1 can vessel hound from ffondurai for New ( tries na 1 Thoahlp It threetiayt overdue Pears ae rpiesssl i. ih,, owners thai -he I ma.) have Isv-n disabled a- a result nf 1 1 il St. ' TgV Vjr fW'"' lUmf I I SOMETHING DOING! As the man on thr street say, Iherf's always something doing at Bloomingdnlrs'. Not only big rventt. ike tin AiiRiist Furniture Sale But also a thousand little in trresting things like thr Cushion Tops and Center Pieces (at 2Sc) that Introduce Ihe new fad in Ail Iinitiroiderv Hit Pirrrot Him k ami While cffrci wm MMli tn (Uh t. 6f fi -..-' Av j 9 I C le la sd v