VBj W, U. Telegraph. BOWLES BROTHER. Paris, 9. A "Herald" special sayn , Bowles Bro's, American bankers of Paris have suspended payment. The failure is attributed to delay in receiv- ' ing from America remittances on bills cashed by them in Europe The 1 members of the firm hope the hoae will be able to resume buiincss and 1 pay seventy-five cents on the dollar. At the same time it is asserted that a large portion of the capital has been carelessly expended. It is believed that arrangement have been made with DrexeF, Morgan & Co. in favor of - Americans now on the continent traveling travel-ing with and on faith of Bowles' letters let-ters of credit The condition of the Japanese government business now renting in the hands of the firm is considered bad.