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DISASTER BLAME TO BE FIXED
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1 024 ARESHOWN ON DEATH LIST
EL PASO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY
EVENING, JUNE 3, 1914.
Fair tonight and tomorrow.
Copper 1J.6014.M Stocks lower
Grains higher LlTentoek tron Mexi
can bank notea 31 Vlua, cnrrer , 1.
12 Pjkm, - Sections, Today.
Gun Running Saved Cabinet
When "Ulster Plot"
Unrest Was Acute.
ULSTER IS STILL
IN DEFIANT MOOD
Dy FREDERIC J. HASKIX.
1.LFAST, Ireland. June 3. When
the knowledge of the world
famous "plot against Ulster" be-
ijm public property the series of In
cidents d-.d not at once take that name.
W uhiu a week four things happened.
The prime minister denied that king
George had anything to do with giving-
the arrar officers the alleged
guarantee" yiat they would not be
forced to serve against Ulster; that
guarantee was Itself withdrawn and
repudiated by the cabinet: Col. Seely
resigned his position as-the head of
the v.ar office; and Mr. Asoutth cut a
Gordian knot by himself assuming the
portfolio of war. resigning Ws seat in
the commons therefor and seeking re-
elcJlon -. .... n.dleal Liberals
and Labontes. this MJ re
kines name from political affairs.
FnTs pleased the Irish Nat onalist It
strengthened Mr. Asquith's govern-mc-it
to a wonderful degree.
Things had happened so rapidly that
the rmonlsts were " "V,,SnJ
had thought the Eovernment totterg.
they suddenly saw it strengthened.
Ready for Home Rule
The provisional government of Uls
ter for other purposes called the
Unionist cSuncil of UleterT ? com
mittee of which Sir Edward Carson Is
chief! and which plans to take up the
Sirht should the home rue
bill recede the king's k" ---
pro-wsional government in
Satement given to the J-!??
Sat it was in ssesn of indlspu
Sla-TW deliberately to move traops to
rw.r in such a manner as to pro
ke the volunteers to MMfUW
. . ,.. nn Fiawi uuicu
Ti the house or comnwus v.... .
1st leaders XnnilM Eovenmea
with hundred of questions concerning I
Tne smallest, aruu, . . -
of troops in Ireland.
Mr Bonar Law. Sir Edward Carson
ai.d other Unionists demanded a judi
cial inquiry into the "plot." Mr. As
ouAh refused this, but offered to give
time Tfor a debate in the house. For 10
a: t: he fury of the debate, in the
s and in the house, filled the whole
It BrSln! The Asqulth government
jf .appeared to be in danger. But its
phenomenal luck did not desert it. Just
when ministers were taking thought
Ts how to make the great defence,
"mething happened that saved them
the trouble. ...
For weeks before the vote of cen
sure was moved, the papers had been
filled with rumors of a certain "mys
tery -hip." which rejoiced in the name
cf Fanny" This ship was reputed
to be on the high seas loaded with a
cano of arms for Ulster.
on one Friday all the arrangements
were made In the house of commons
for a debate on the vote of censure.
The government was going on trial for
the conspiracy to murder the loyal
men of Ulster. The debate was to be
gin the next Wednesday.
g That very night the "Fanny- ap
peared off the Ulster coast But she
wts loaded with arms. The- volunteers
were mobilized, oyer 80.W6 of them.
The government forces watched the
ionization and watched especially
the suspected quay. A ship put m
the'-, and unloaded coaL
Bat at three other places the
"Fannv" and two other smaller ships
to which she had transshipped a part
of her cargo, landed. They were wel
comed by volunteers as guards and by
squads of volunteers In automobiles.
The gun running was a great suc
cess But It made It very difficult for
Austen Chamberlin to get up and say
that the government nao sent troops
rto Tlster to murder the people, and i
tiot because there was any na oi
So ended the great agitation about
the plot against Ulster" as far as the
houe of commons was concerned. But
wh it is only good political chess at
Westminster is hard truth In Ulster,
ai 1 tlster was only confirmed in its
belief that the government intended
and plotted a wholesale massacre.
INCORRECT SALTTTB CAUSES
JAILING OF r.DSVEIfS MATE
Annapolis, Md., June 3. A gunner's
mate at the naval academy who failed
to count correctly the guns of "a sa
lute to secretary of the navy Daniels
has been placed in the "brig" of the
station ship Iteina Mercedes.
Aecordnng to well authenticated re
ports, the gunner's mate, whose name
Is bing withheld, had charge of the
f ring of the salute In honor of the
o-rual of the secretary, who came to
-p-itness the Army-Navy baseball game.
Uaval regulations call for 19 guns to
cimprlse the salute to cabinet officers.
The salute fired on Saturday was one
SUFFRAGETS. CAUGHT IX-
ARSOJT ATTEMPT, ARE HELD
Belfast Ireland. June 3. Two suf
fragets. Miss Madge Mulr and Miss Mary
Larmour. who were caught this morn
ing in the act of setting fire to a resi
dence near Belfast, were -arrested and
committed for trial. Little damage was
done by the fire.
VILLA MAY NOT COME
TO BORDER; TOO BUSY
Pancho Villa has postponed his trip
to Juarer for at least two days. He is
now at Chihuahua otty, where he is en
gaged in looking after supplies for the
nei at the front particularly ammu
tiu n aid is holding- many conferences
- .ardmg the business of the revolu
tK.'i He also Is reported to be slight
J i' now said that It Is verj doubt
ful wi-tther Villa will come to the
PLEA MADE FOR
State Department Hears that Spanish Residents of Tam-
pico Are Being Forced to Pay Rebels Large Sums
of Money; RebelsDemand Clearance Papers
For Vessels Bound For Tampico.
WASHINGTON. D. C. June X.
Senor Kiano. the Spanish am
bassador, asked secretary
Bryan today to appeal for the pro
tection of Spanish citizens in Tam
pico. According to the ambassador's
advices, another forced loan of 137,
00 pesos has been demanded by "Con
stitutionalists." TJrmand Clearance Papers.
Consul Canada at Veracrus reported
that "Constitutionalists" insist that
YAQUIS ATTACK TOWN;
KILL MANY MEXICANS
June 3. Many
ben killed and
women outraged by Taqui In
dians who attacked the town of Cumu
ripa. In the Taqui valley. e miles east
of Guayraas, according to passengers
who arrived here from the interior or
Stores were looted and what could
not be taken away by the Indians was
destroyed. Residences were entered,
furniture was destroyed and valuables
Other Towns Seized.
The Yaquls have overrun the Taqui
valley, according to advices received
here, and have setzec the towns of
riT-nz. Tncho. Potam and Bacum. The
fate of Crux de Piedra, where fighting
MM AT GALLERY
Victim Severely Injured by
Hostile Militant Before
He Is Rescued.
London. Eng June S. A savage at
tack with a hatchet was made today
by a young and stylishly gowned suf
fraget on an attendant at the Doore
gallery, who tried to prevent her from
destroying valuable pictures on exhi
The woman had already ruined two
paintings in the gallery, which is in
the heart of the fashionable quarter
of London, and was hacking a third
when an attendant seized her arm.
She turned on 'the man and rained
a shower of blows on his body.
severely Injuring him.
Other attendants overpowered her. i
She kicked and screamed until she was j
tin-net" over to the police, i
Too Ladylike," She Says.
A letter was left In the gallery by
the attendant's assailant in which she
asserts militants heretofore have been
"too ladylike." She adds:
"To stop this you must give us Jus
tice. "We are willing to die for it be
fore we give in. We have tried all
other ways. We have been too lady
like in the past. Xow we are going
to fight and you can allow us to be
killed. Others will arise to take our
places. I have Joined in the war."
Doctor la Horsewhipped.
The suffragets today again as
saulted Dr. Francis Edward Forward,
medical officer of Holloway JaiL Two
women armed with horsewhips sprang
on to the doctor as he left the prison
and were punishing him severely when
a poijceman came to his rescue.
Thn women declared their action was
"a protest against the forcible feeding
for which this beast is responsible."
Dr. Forward refused to charge them
with assault, but the police detained
them on a charge of disorderly con
duct On October 11. 191. Dr. Forward
was attacked in a similar manner.
An arson squad . burned a large
cricket pavzJion at Earlsfield. south
west of London.
ROOSEVELT TO ATTEND
RALLY OF PROGRESSIVES
Chicago. I1L. June 3. An anniversary
rally of the "Progressive" party in Il
linois will be held here next August
and CoL Roosevelt will be the main
figure in it according to Medlll Mc
cormick, who returned here today
after a conference with the chief of
"Whether CoL RoosexSlt runs for
governor of New Tork or not he will
make political speeches in Illinois,"
COAST BANKER, WORRIED
DIES DY INHALING GAS
San Francisco, CaL. Jane 3. George
H. Luchstnger, president of the Hum
boldt Savings bank, one of the largest
financial institutions in the city, com
mitted suicide today by inhaling gas.
Financial worry was given as the cause.
Officers and directors of the bank is
sued a statement saying that an exam
ination of the accounts of the institu
tion showed everything to be in good
border. Passengers arrivlir from Chi
huahua say that the leader's plan Is to
return to the front Just as soon as pos
sible In order to begin an aggressive
campaign against Zacatecas
Venustiano Carranza is expected to
leave Durango City Thursday for Sal
tillo to eary out his plans for estab
lishing his provisional government in
that ritv This i is learned by n-bcls
in Juarez Wednesday
clearance papers for ships from the
United States bound for Tampico,
hitherto signed by Hnert&'s consular
officers, must be signed by the "Con
stitutionalist" officers in the future.
Secretary Bryan made this statement
on the new "Constitutionalist" policy:
"Vessels clearing from the ports
where there are no 'Constitutionalist'
agents may have their papers signed
by the postmaster. Notice to this ef
fect was Issued to all foreign consuls
at Tampico on June 2."
has not been made
Mexicans are sending their families
south of the trouble zone or north to
May Depone Mnrtorena.
It is generally understood here that
Jose Maytorena, governor of Sonora.
and his supporters are planning to op
pose by force of arms. If necessary, any
attempt to unseat him. Rumors that
Maytorena might be deposed have been
current for some time.
It is reported today also that a lunta
is forming in cities along the border
for the DurnMe of recroitinir and arm
ing men to take the field In his behalf. I
should the Pesquelra-Obregon faction
in Sonora decide not to abandon an
attempt to overthrow him.
Strict military censorship on tele
graph wires has increased the diffi
culty of obtaining reliable news of the
Interior of the state.
SHERIFF TO IE
5D POLICE WATCH
Rockefeller's Home Town Is
Mecca For Agitators;
New York, June 2. Sheriff Doyle
of "Westchester county In which is
situated the country home of John D.
Rockefeller, was authorized Tuesday
night by the village trustees of Tarry
town to appoint SO special policemen
to serve for 30 days or until the situ
ation created by the advent of many
members of the Industrial Workers of
the World has cleared.
In refusing seeral applications for
permits for. open air meetings the
trustees issued a statement savins: thev
I considered such gatherings inadvisable
at tnis time. nat action win ne
taken If the announcement of Rev. J.
E- Cates, pastor of St. Paul's M. E.
church of North Tarrytown, that next
Saturday he will r bate wltn Alexan
der Bonkman, Leonard Abbot and oth
ers in the half acre of grove yard in
front of his church is carried out,
could not be learned today.
The 16 prisoners taken in the latest
demonstration at Taro town and now
in the White Plains jail have thought
better of their determination not to
eat anything during their stay. They
are eating anything they can get now.
EDITORS IN BELFAST
Belfast Ireland. June 3. Militants
today assaulted managing editors of
two of the leading newspapers of Bel
fast which had criticised the militant
Two well dressed women, one of
them a giantess, went to the Belfast
Telegraph office and where ushered
into the editor's room. Without speak
ing a word, the larger one walked up
to Mr. Stewart, the managing editor
and with a clenched fist knocked him
out of his chair. At the same time
her companion hurled a mucilage pot
at his head.
The women then went to the News
Letter office and made a similar at
tack on Mr. Anderson of that newspa
per. He has since been confined to bed
and Is under surgical treatment
BAND CONCERT AT
FT. BLISS TONIGHT
The 15th cavalry band, under the di
rection of chief musician Rocco Resta,
will give a concert at Fort Bliss this
evening at 7:30. The following pro
gram has been arranged:
March. "Liberty Bell" Sousa
Overture. "The Opera Mirror" Tobani
Waltz. "The Old Wedding Gown". .Smith
Selection. "Sweetest Girl In Paris"
Characteristic "Salome Dance". . Lampe
March. "Chicken Charlie" Bandy
BIG BANKS CNT DOMINATE
RESERVE BANKS, SAYS WILLIA3IS
Washington. D. C. June 3. Large
financial Institutions or groups of
financial institutions will not be per-
..llttevl to dominate the electors for
the 12 federal reserve banks soon to be !
established, li tne government can pre
vent it This was made plain in a
statement Issued today by controler
Williams on behalf of the reserve bank
"Each member bank, large or small."
the statement said, "has the right to
cast its vote free from the advice, di
rection or restraint of any other bank
or association of banks. This right
of free ballot Is inherent with every
member bank, and will be fully pro
tected by the committee."
ORDERS NEWSn.YP.ER, SUPPRESSED.
Mexico City. Mex.. June 3. The min
ister of the Interior Tuesday ordered
the suppression of a d-Vly newspaper
published in the suburb of Churubusco,
edited by RIcardo A renal es. a Colom
bian poet Decause It nad published a
outer attacK on tne government
Lord Merzey, Who Presided
Over Titanic Inquiry,
Will Be Member.
DEATH LIST NOW
GIVEN AT 1024
-a rONTREAL. Que, June 3. The
IVI news that lord Merzey, who pre
sided over the British Inquiry
Into the loss of life on the Titanic. Is
to be a member of the royal commis
sion appointed to investigate the
Empress of Ireland disaster, was re
ceived here today with satisfaction. As
lord Merzey was president oi tne
Titanic court, it Is assumed that he will
be similarly honored when the royal
commission meets. The Canadian mem
bers are chfef Justice Bzekiel McLeod
of New Brunswick and Sir Adolph
Routnier of Quebec
The commisskm will be assisted by
two nautical assessors, a marine engi
neer and a naval architect. Appoint
ments for these positions have not yet
Just when the commission can begin
its work still Is undetermined, but it
probably will not be for ten days. The
inquiry will be of the widest scope and
the government will be represented by
counsel, it is announced, as it is prob
able there will be a discussion of rules
of navigation in Canadian waters.
Death List Now 1024.
Another change has been made in
the number of dead. The latest figures,
given out in an official statement by
the Canadian Pacific Railway Steamship
company, show that 1034 persons
perished. The company has learned
that there were 1176 persons Aboard the
Empress instead of 1387, as heretofore
stated, hence the increase in the death
list The total saved is now given
Capt Walsh, marine superintendent
of the Canadian Pacific railway, arrived
here today and issued this statement:
"The Canadian Pacific railway will
not relax one iota in doing everything
in its power in looking after all the
bdies it may be able to get.
"With regard to the possibility of
raising t! e Ksxprees of-lreland. the
best possible expert' optaTou Is being
Tell of Storstnd's Rescues. j
Capt. Ove Lange. Montreal agent of
the Maritime Steamship company,
owners of the Storstad, in a statement
declared that of about 450 persons who
survived the disaster. 35 were cared
for on the Storstad. Of these 515 were
rescued by the crew of the Storstad,
while 39 others rescued by the Stor
stad's men were placed on the govern
ment steamship Eureka. The life
boats of the Empress of Ireland are
credited with saving US and bringing
them on board the Storstad.
"The Storstad's small boats," Capt.
Lange says, "were loaded to the limit
of their capacity, and they ceased
their efforts only when there were no
more to be saved."
MAKE SECOND RACE
Associated Press Boat Off Glencove.
I I.. June 3 The second of the pre
paratory races held to select the yacht
that will defend the America's cup this
year from a British challenger, began
on Tnc- Island this afternoon.
The Vanltie, owned by Alexander
Smith Cochran, and winner of the first
contest was out Jockeyed at the start
by the Resolute with Charles Francis
Adams II at the helm and crossed the
line 12 seconds behind her rival. The
official time of the start was: Reso
lute 12:16:36: Vanltie 12:16:42.
The race today was over a course to
the windward and leeward, each leg a
trifle over 61-4 miles, sailed four times,
a total distance of 25 1-2 miles.
Resolute held her lead to the lee
ward mark. The unofficial time was:
Resolute 1:51 :: Vanltie 1:61:51. The
race was then hilf over
The Resolute won.
The official times of the finish were:
Resolute 3:17:57; Vanltie 3:1S:3.
Elapsed official time. Resolute 2.58:7:
Vanltie 3 01 :3S.
Resolute won by three minutes and
THE DVY IN CONGRESS.
Washington. D. C, June 3.
The day in congress:
Met at 11 a. m.
Foreign relations committee
adopted the Southerland resolu
tion to refer the Panama tolls
exemption dispute to arbitra
tion. Interstate commerce commit
tee heard prominent railroad
men on government control of
Senator Owen prepared a
presidential primary bill to be
Passed a resolution author
izing the president to Invite
forMun KOeninviiU to the na
tional star Spangled Banner
celebration at Baltimore in Sep
Met at 11 a. m.
Miscel-aneoj; ollls were con
sidered under the calendar
Representative Jones prepared
Mil and went to the white house
abouTiftr W',h ,he Pr6s"1'"t
Representative Wingo made
unsuccessful attempt to set
aside the calendar Wednesday
rale and take up the anti trust
Consideration of the.WatJtins
bill to certify and revise the
laws was taken up.
: laws was taken nn :. I
f : I
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THREE TEAMS OF WOMFV
GOLFEnS TRY FOR TROPnY
Greenwich. Conn., June 3 Three
teas, each composed of IS woman "golf
tlA riePKent.K , Boston, Philadelphia
and clubs in the Metropolitan associa
tion, are taklncr nan in th. ....... .i .,
,inn .!,,' -.wyu.iwu asBucia- i
cltv'mnfAe. "?' ' !he annual trl-
S!&?,chb,,Ar thi d''- cup Vhe
first f -nh.rh began at the Greenwich
Country club s links today ra J
In the Day's News.
Wife Tires Of Waiting!
Some Bathing Suit! J
4TTfIfTTTT fin 4 V. TO- A WHETl. AD
Adolf Berger, 73. a Tank," who
wounded eacli otner in ine Dame oi
Antletam during the civil war, met
by chance in ew York: for the first
time since their partlns at Antlrtam.
DS. HEMtV ALDERS. VICE PnCSI
dent ef the Harrison, . J., health
board, haa condemned the family
bathtub as unsanitary, and adilsea
everybody to me shower batha In
stead. Xo one knows what la golnc;
to be done, for the board cannot abol
AFTBlt WAITING IX VAIJS FOR THE
return of her husband, who disap
peared 2S reara ago. after sailing for
Prance, Xn. Mary A. IVanqnler. of
Philadelphia, Iu. now believe him
dead and baa decided to wed Jean B.
Donrdla. azed 73 yeara. a rich mer
chant. CASffias HAVE BBRVST4HTBD POR
.for a 100-Inch refleetins telescope,
the larsest la the world. In Qnlncy.
Slim. The tube, will be 4S fert lone
and. with the moaotlnKs, will weitrn t admit the "Constitutionalists" to repre
nearly o tons. It win be Installed I jeatadoa and bar the Huerta. delegates'
at ue ait. nuwo wwrnior?, ai
THE FISD1XG OP ANOTHER 1VOM- I
ana Jtarter in her husband's pocket '
led 3Ira. Minnie V. Jarman to begin j
action for a dlTorce In llackensack, j
HORACE C. OUTO.N. IVHO.SE MEM- '
ory vanished following an Injury to I
hbi head ilurlne; an automobile acci- '
dent tiro Tram nirn In Trrntnn. N. .! '
haa Just aked about the accident.
A SLIT SKIRT BATHING COSTUME.
worn Trim una plnK tlKhtx. ! (an
ionable tbla seaion at English aeanlde
WORD FROM FAMILY
Pueblo, Colo. June 3- Demonstrat
ing a keen interest in steps that are be
ing taken to restore htm to his family,
and apparently rational once more.
George E. Bartholomew, known for the
past five months at a local hospital as
"John Doe." today is awaiting word
from his wife in Minneapolis. Barthol
omew suddenly recovered the use of
his mental faculties, after suffering
loss of memory since last December,
when he was found sitting dazed and
unable to tell his name in the railroad
depot at Granada. Colo.
Bartholomew's relatives, from whom
word is momentarily expected by the
hospital officials, are his wife. Mrs. G.
E. Bartholomew. No 36 University
avenue. Minneapolis: his daughter. Mrs.
Theodore Raun. 348 Pryor avenue. St
Paul, and his brother. Wm. Bartholo
mew. 1S18 I3ti street Kansas City. !
LEFT HIS HOME. SAYS WIFE
Minneapolis, Minn.. June 3. Mrs.
Bartholomew, whose husband, George
E. Bartholomew, recovered his men
tal faculties Tuesday In Pueblo, was
located in Minneapolis this morning.
She is a demonstrator.
According to her story. Bartholomew
let ther about six months ago. He
was dissatisfied with home conditions,
she said, and when he went away de
clared that "no one would ever hear
from him again, ' according to her
statement Previous to that she said,
there had been some domestic trouble.
She declared that the authorities
could take whatever action with him
SAYS NATIONS SHOULD
v i W asnlngton. p. C. June 3. "Con
v 1 gress Is going about thts thing in the
; wrong way. It should provide for the
" J"1'"11 incorporation of railroads do-
ing business In interstate commerce."
. ! wait th l.l--..i.... .. W Itarris
general counsel for the New York lines,
today before the senate interstate com
meree committee. Mr. Harris appeared
to criticise proposed anti-trust legisla
tion, much of which would affect rail
roads. "I'd like to adopt that plan." said
senator Cummins, a member of the
commlrtM "k... t tklni. . .... wanM bar.
to get the consent of the states."
VARDAMAN SAYS WILSON'S
PLEA ASTOUNDED HIM
Washington. D. C. June 3. Senator
Vardaman, Democrat, assailed presi
dent Wilson in the senate today for
asking the reneal of the Panama tons
"When I heard him address congress
urging tne repeal l was aumDiouastu.
he said. "I would not believe my
ears that one who had approved the
plank and held up to scorn those who
violate their party pledges would
take such a course He gave no rea
son for repeal. He made no argument
lur repeal DUt wim an assurance fiiu
I say this with all deference with
an assurance unDceoming one so
laantul 1. .!. A .... ,11 . &A rt h f nr
.-.. eu. c .aacu -. w ., .w .o- l l
rroiur I '
IS NOW R
Does Carranza Want to Aid or Obstruct Peace Negotia
tions? Is Query; Note Drafted by South American En
voys Is Prepared For Transmission to " Constitution
alist" Leader; Mediators Insist on Armistice.
ASHINGTON D C Time
WW 3. The Batter of. taksg part
in the Niagara FaRs peace con
ference, or definitely keepg out of it.
is to be put up to Carraaza at once
for his final woL This is to deter
mine whether Carranza is reaHy desir
ous of peace through mediation or in
tends to follow a policy of obstruction.
A note to Carranza. has been prepared
by the South American mediators for
transmission through Rafael Zubaran
Question Already Virtually Settled.
Inasmuch aa tho "ConatttatioBallst"
agency her Issued a statement Tues
day ntc-ht that the rebels woald rafaaa
to consider-any proposals from Hoert&'s
m& tne question of representation is
already considered almost settled, for
it would be manifestly impossible to
who aro alreadt In session.
. ww ,. aiu. xu wmiwu.
I The question of an armistice is para-
Declare They Will Not Sub
mit to Interference
Eagle Pass, Tex., June 3. "Consti
tutlonalisC officials of this section of
Coahuila declared today that they will
reseat any interference by the media
tors in the internal affairs of Mexico.
They say they will refuse to agree
to an arimstlce and will not suspend
hostrHtfes until Huerta. is driven from
WONT CONSIDER Hl'HRTA'S
PROPOSALS. SAY" REBELS
Washington, D. C, Jane 3. When
informed from Niagara Falls that the
Huerta delegates bad announced the
willingness of Huerta to resign "oace
Mexico is politically pacified," this
statement was issued from the "Con
"Anything coming from Huerta's
side will not be taken into consideration."
REPORT OF AMERICANS
KILLED IS CONFIRMED
FOR3IER GOVERNOR ADDRESSES
ARIZONA UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
Tucson. Arts, June 3. Eight grad
uates of the university of Arizona re
ceived degrees at the commencement
exercises held on the university cam
pus. Former governor Joseph H. Klb
bey delivered the commencement ad
dress. The Invocation was pronounced
by Rev. J. H. Mcpherson of Nogales.
Chancellor Frank H. Hereford con
ferred the degrees.
Cannot Get Along Without
The Herald ana Its News
Edwards, Cola, May 30, 1914.
Editor 1 Para Berafcl:
I read yoor paper for two years while in SI Paso and now cannot zet
ateag without it, Endosci tad check.
Yosna truly, .
Mrs. Nettie Wrhjnt.
Likes The Herald Best
WsJedMd, Hich., Mav 2$. 1914.
Editor El Face Herald:
. -i. ?, keWl? doi "V to anaiy on my subscription
to The Herald. I aas gettms; the paper icspsarjy.
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mount. Th mediators insist that aa.
jure tob cause
tut thtfk WMlitntl.ul-
ists, wafb could be coottaadnp their
wanuc preparations zneaawHHe. The
mediatars are understood to Insist on
an armistice as a prerequisite to "Con
Capmany to Transmit Xote.
The note of the . mediators bad not
been received today at "Constitution-aHs-
headquarters, here. Zobaras.
Capmany rrepared to put it la cods
and dispatch ft immediately upon ar
rival to the "ConsUtutSonalUrV' first
chief, by whom alone the answer to
the suggestion for aa armistice can be
No statement regarding- Its contents
will probably be issued until the me--aa&e
is in Geo. Carraiza's hands, siri
tttoajch technical -uldressed to M
anna ran Capman). the cemmnnicat'on
Is rrgnrrtirt as a matter with w -i
Carranxa. and his advisers in, Mexaco
should deal personally.
The latest action of the mediators
at the Niagara, conference to the 'Con
stitutionalists' was received late in
j the afternoon by Mr Zubaran Car
' manz and was forwarded to Carranza.
. nasi ana was torwaraeo to uaxi
without being made public here.
the String Attached to
Niagara Falls. Canada. June 3. The
first formal statement that president
Huerta is ready to resign was mads
by the Huerta representatives at the
mediation conference Tuesday night
The condition attached is that Mexico
shall be "politically pacified and tho
government succeeding be such as to
count on the acquteeonce of the gov
erned and the support of pabllc opin
ion." "It has been and Is president Huer
ta s wish to place on record that
neither mistaken pride nor personal
advantage will prevent his withdrawal.
once the above named conditions are
SfADBRO CATTLE ARK SOLD
Craft and Madero brought out 3?
33 ears of Mexican cattle Wednesdar
and disposed of them on the American
side of the river. The cattle are fro -a
the Madero ranches in western Chihua
hua. WASHINGTON. D. C-. June 3 The
killing of Weston BurweU of
thts city and a companion
supposed to have also been an Amer
ican, by Mexicans In the Tampico dis
trict about two -weeks aro, was cor.
firmed today in dispatches to the state
department Search now is being mads
for the bodies.
Reports that Burwell was execut. d
as a spy are being investigated d
the governor of Tamaulipas.
taan may other papal on accoant of the
Yours very truly,
H MEXICO IS