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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1910.
CONFiRMATION OF
FIGHTING IN
MEXICO
- '(Continued From Page One.)
distance - westward from Cerro Prieto
to Guerrero and, now that the fighting: I
has been started, the insurrectos choos- J
jug- to open it before the federal troops j
were ready, further hot fighting is J
looked for.
MIhIbk Mh Relate Story.
A mining man from Mexico, just in
from the region where the fighting
took place, tells of the oattle of Cerro
Pri'eto.' lie says:
"Cerro Prieto is nearly due south of
Pedernales. The town is located at the
ftase ,of large hill. Extending north
east of the hill is a ridge, and there
the 'federals had placed two mountain
guns. Te-st of the ridge is a canyon
and then flat country stretches as far
as La Junta, on the Mexico North
"Western railway west of Pedernales.
"With the guns were placed some cav
alry, and the infantry were stationed
at the town of Cerro Prieto- A de
tachment of cavalry rode over the flats
toward La Junta, where about 250
revolutionary cavalry were stationed,
waiting for reinforcements. A long
range engagement occurred, and the
rebels followed the federal cavalry in
to the trap, right in the face of the big
guns. Just 19 insurrectos fell when
the guns openea fire, but they did not
retreat. The infantry sallied out of the
town to cover the rear, and the rebels
retreated slowly, firing as they went.
In that fight 150 soldiers fell, killed or
wounded, . and three officers were
wounded, one fatally. The ranchmen
shot ' straight, I tell you, turning iu
their saddles .and bringing down sol
dier after soldier. They finally re
treated west.
Gea Blamco Escapes.
"Now the condition is this: Assisting
the 250 were a few scattered hands of
riders, making their total about 300.
But reinforcements from the west
were on the way, and must have ar
rived by today. The government also
has soldiers marching west. They
started Saturday from Chihuahua.
Gen. Jose de la "Luz Blanco, the revo
lutionary general, was not in the fight
at Cerro Prieto. He is in command of
a large detachment at Santo Tomas. It i
is true that the leader of the 250 was :
killed, but he was not captured. He I
was 'shot from his saddle. I couldn't i
learn his name.. All the inhabitants of!
Cerro Prieto were rounded iip l5y the !
soldiers, and tljose whom jefe politico !
could not identify were shot like dogs. J
The fight was -not a victory for any- j
body, but In view of the odds against
the revolutionists and the way they j
fought out of a trap, well, you can
draw your own. conclusions. j
iBsurrectes Capture Hagrerty. j
"Gen. Navarro has given warning J
that any American newspaper man will"
be shot. j
"The Associated Press man, C. D. j
Hagerty, was held up by revolutionists
returning to Pedernales from Cerro j
Prieto. He carried a letter of introduc- j
tion to Gen. Navarro, and that nearly !
caused his death and that of fthe pho- j
tbgrapher with him. But they finally I
were satisfied and let him go, or you I
never would have heard from him.' j
3 Itewort Ib Juarez. j
Official information of the battle at j
Cerro Prieto was" received Tuesday by 1
mayor irancisco .fortillo. of Ciucaa
-Juarez. A duplicate message prohably
has been sent to every "jefe politico"
and small town president in tie state
of Chihuahua. The message is signed
hy J. M. Ponce de Leon, and translates
.as follows:
"If is my pleasure to inform you, at
request of the governor, that 'the com
mand under Gen. Navarro defeated and
dispersed In Cerro Prieto, between
Cusihuiriachic and Pedernales, the In
surrectos from Ciudad Guerrero who
have formed into bands and may rob
and pillage the cotrarnr. I ask your
vigilence to impede the "fepredation
and to destroy the bands who are per
6ued hy the federal forces."
There has been no trouble reported
in the vicinity tif Ciudad Juarez, which
is far removed from the scene of war.
Train For Troops, 3Iaybe,
A train of eight empty second class
roaches departed Tuesday night irom
Ciudad Juarez over the National Hall
ways. It Is not known whether the
"empties" are to be used for troop '
movements or passenger traffic, which j
in the south, is heavy at this time. '
All is quiet on the local division of
the Mexico North "Western railway, ac-'j
cording to advices received here.
Trains Alia wed io Run.
"That in spite of real fighting, all is
GUiet alone tho rcsrl nll t.v ha ineriiT--
'rectos" is the statement of A. S. How- !
ren, engineer "n chart's of maintain- i
a nee of way.for the Mexico North "West- J
era. Mr. Howren, Who arrived this i
morning, says: "I just came from Ma- ,
dera. All is the same on the line, and '
-Americans need have no fear of any- I
thing on the trains. Insurrectos still !
permit the regular trains to run and
no soldiers are being hauled." ' j
Ie "La Barra Gets Report
"Washington, P.'c., Dec. 14. Sstior
ae la Bar-a. ih- Me ui amlassacior, i
has received the following drspatch I
from Enrique 'Creel Mexican minister'
of foreign affairs. , j
"Gen. Navarro's forc-is defeated the !
seditionists at Cerrb Vri&t. in rfhihiia. i
hua. Sixty were ,Kile3 and manv mere
are wounded. The seditionists "are in
flight and the federal troops are pur
suing them."
Larcde Iteeelvs..- "Ycvh
Laredo, Tex. De? 14. Seieutv Mex
ican revolutionists -vrre killed "anJ o
small nuiPbT v. -ded in a little with
federal troocs in Cerro l'rS?:o, sfste
of Chihuahua, accordisp- t: aicletiiara
Received last nighz bv- Misi.el Jo Mo
noid. Mexican , ormiJ. Maurired at
tfeuvo Laredo, from Enrique C Cieel
.it
F$13f tfydm f
v&M MWmi I
X&0 fM&W J
Lerner's
Slippers
rnciKe a. gift true to the spirit
of Christmas giving.
Slippers are altoays appreciated and maKe
a Very desirable gift for a small tnVest
men?. Oe ha)e a large and b&ell selected
Variety of styles and colors
m
Men's Mne Kid Eomeo, or
Opera Slippers, black"
or brown,
$1.75. & $2
Men's Felt Niulifiers,yerlyrv
comfortable. " r
k -
only,.'
$1.50
Ladies' Felt Juliets, fine and soft, none more comfortable:
no better values than we offer; colors black, grey, brown,
blue and wane, plain or fancy fur
low or medium lieel. . .
. $1.00 to $2.00
Regal
Shoes
Sold the world over $3.50
to $5.00. All styles and
leathers; come in 1-4
sizes.
Lerner $2.50 ano$3.00
hand sewed soles for men
for dress and everyday
wear have won-
many customers.
ir v& .
Our Entire Store is Aglow
WITH THE SPIRIT OF
C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S
It's time now to think seriously of your holiday shopping- and it's well to-keep
in mind that the distinctive gift, the uncommon and the most useful gift is always
the most acceptable. Our counters and shelves are filled with everything new
for Christmas. Be sure and see our holiday displays.
We Are
especially in
terested Ao fit
our' out of town
cu stomers
properly who
are unable to be
fitted 'in .our
store. Will inail
you Regal
m e a s urement
blank I free
request.
Lerner Shoe
215 El Paso Street
m
Co.- m
Mexican mini3ijr of foreign relatione.
The federals are paid fo har-2 lot 14
Cerro Prieto is a small station on
the Mexico North Western railroad
the Mexican --vo-ca 1Vu:ern jailir.ji.j
between Concepcion on thp &euthv.tst
and Cusihu'r.-achic on ll: umttwest.
Silverware for gifts buy at Snyder
Jewelry Co.'s auction. '
BICYCLE AND WAGON COLLIDE.
As a re3ult of a collision at the corner
of San Antonio street and Mesa aVenue,
Wednesday noon, the -wheel ridden bv
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Ladies' and
Children's
Night
Gowns
65c Values 39c
Ladies' and chil
dren's nighfc gowns
made of unusually
good quality of
flannelette. Come
in a wide choice of
neat patterns, and
are attractively
trimmed with fin
ishing braid to
morrow and Fri
day all regular 65c,
values go at
39c
"Sensible Gifts for Women
Kid Gloves -
Kid Gloves are ahvays appreciated
and we have an endless array of them
ranging from $1.00 to $3.00 per pair.
Ladies' Neckwear
Acceptable gifts can be selected from
extensive display ladies neckwear,
very reasonably priced, from 25c to
$1.50.
Umbrellas
Anyone would be delighted with one
of our umbrellas either man or wo
man, prices range from $1.50 to $7.00.
Ladies ' Furs
Every woman would like a set of furs
and th&y are not so very expensive.
We have them from $7.00 to $45.00
per set.
Bat h Robes
We could suggest nothing- more ap
propriate than a bath rohe. Ours are
absolutelv the best values m El Paso
from $3.00 to $7.00.
$1.25 ladies' Belt 78c
Ladies' Belts in very handsome plain,
and Persian designs, made of velvet,
3illc and. elastic Each, belt cones
put up in a neat carton. Tomorrow
and Friday your choice of all $1.25
values, 78c.
Christmas Gifts for Men and Boys
Xmas Suspenders
See our fine line of Xmas
suspenders put up in neat
cartons 'ready .for presenting
priced from 50c to $2.50.
Sijk Hose
Match Sets
We have the famous Gor- Our match sets tor men,
don Silk Hose for men in all containing -hose, four-in-hand
the desired colors and de- tie and handkerchief, make
signs, specially priced from neat gifts prices from $1.00
35c to $2.00 per pair. to $2.50
Special Tkis Week
Boys' gauntlet gloves ua
usually .well made of good
grade leather that sU regu
larly at 85e tiis week per
pair, 63c v
Qnality
the True
Test of
Value
1L Mwffnriln8i? w ,-JylM,awgTOBi BKmi ww 'MgJRi
219-221 S. EL PASO STREET
Seid Us
Yos-Xzias
Mail
Orders
Candelaria Tarango has gone into the
repair shop. The express waon driven
bj- Eafael Mendibel wa3 responsible fer
collision being unavoidable.
For pains in the side or chest dampen
a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Liniment and bind it on over the seat
of pain. There is nothing better. For
sale by all dealers.
CHRISTMAS
BOOKS
Our selection for the Holi
days is more extensive
than ever before.
Beautifully illustrated gift
books.
Complete line of books for
children." -
Fine Art Oalendars
Kodak Alliums, Card Cases, Bill Books, the very best
made.
.Fountain Pens. ,v" -Desk
Sets, -Fancy 3Jok Stands, Cards andtgooklets.
Games for Children
and "Grown-Ups."
nfernafional Bock& Stationery Go.
Herald Buildino
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Framed Pictures and Mirrors Make
Excellent Xmas Gifts
Framed pictures and mirrors make neat and acceptable
Xmas gifts. All next week we offer them at prices that
will enable you to do more with your Xmas money
than ever before. The only thing cheap about these
articles is the price.
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FRAMED PICTURES MIRRORS
A well selected line 11x11 r j- Carved finished
inches including frame 4.0C frame 9xll inche3 ZOC
Larger pictures suitable for any ,., , , . r. .
room, 16x20 inches, i- ?!7 Te? " M,SS10n .
handsome frames DC fimsh 14x18 inches DOC
Or bring us any picture you may Larger mirrors, 18x24 in., in hand
have; we'll frame it for you at some frames, splendid OI"l
small cost. finish, only cUC
Young's El Paso Furniture
Company
307 South El Paso Street
AUCTION SALE
Again Tonight at Half Past Seven
You'll be Happier
and The Selection
of Your Christmas
Gifts Will be Made
Easier by
1 Attending Our
Auction Sale
We are retiring
from business
entire stock must
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