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"Wednesday, May 1, 1912
EL PASO HERALD
Hot weather calls for white footwear. White Shoes,
Oxfords or Pumps are not only cool, but they are always
dressy. No well dressed woman of today would consider
her wardrobe complete without a pair of white foot cov
erings. The Guarantee has a full and complete line in
these at a long range of prices from the cheapest to the
White Canvas Pumps, turn or welts $1 .50 to $3.00
Laird Schober white canvas Pumps, hand welted
White Buck Pumps and Button Oxfords, $3.00 to $6.00
White canvas high button Boots $2.50 to $5.00
Laird Schober white canvas high button Boots $6.00
White Buck high button Boots $3.00 to $6.00
Laird Schober imported white buck Boots, hand
made throughout, New York last $9.00
GREATEST SHOE STORE k
Ask for Nen Spring Catalog. Mail Orders Filled Promptly;.
OF APPEALS COURT
Wood Hagenbarth Chttle Co.
Cannot Recover Ftr Al
.Austin. Texas, May 1. The supreme
cort toiaj reversed the jcdgment of
tlie courc of civil appeals sjtd affirmed
that of the rlstrlct court in the case
of Gule.ston Harrisburg a-nd San An
'onio Rv, against the Wood Hagen
barth Cattle Co , from EI Paso county.
In this case the cattle company sued
. e railroad companj for S1.0S6 over-
narg-es, on four shipments of cattle
'rom "V Uentine. Texas, to Columbus
V M- rihe question at issue was
12 inch "Quick Action"
16-inch "Quick Action"
lawn mower ... .
16 inch "Cut Keen" ball tfQ rr
bearing lawn mower vp!UU
14-inch "Blue Ribbon
We claim, without fear of contradiction, that we have double the stock of refri"
vraotrs and sell at lower prices than any concern in El Paso. We have a full
range of sizes and all the best known kinds of refrigerators. -Prices range from
$8.00 up. In ice boxes we offer a full range of sizes, prices from $5.85 up.
HEADQUARTERS FOR HAMMOCKS-For vears we have been recognized
as ' 'Headquarters for hammocks" and this season more than ever before we are
able to substantiate this claim.
An Array of Jr
I whether or not the shipments are ln-
tro-state or interstate. The district
uri ucm inm mej were interstate
and decided in favor of the railroad
company, and the supreme court today
affirmed his decision, while It reversed
the judgment of the court of chll ap
peols which had held that it was aa
Motion for rehearing- was overruled
today in the supreme court In the
case of Josephine Crosby et al vs T.
Richard di Palma et al from El Paso
Bryan Bros, make a specialty of
dressing- men so they will be cool and
comfortable in the summer time.
Wright cleans ladies' walstc
Automobiles. Valley Implement-Co.
v. Without a Rogers Co
Now that there is no douht about grass wanting to grow,
why not start now and get your lawn in good shape before
it gets real hot. TTe offer you the largest line and lowest
prices in El Paso on lawn mowers and hose. Note the
25 foot 1-2 inch unguaranteed hose $1 75
25 foot 3-4 inch unguaranteed Mse $2.00
50 foot 1-2 lBch unguaranteed hose $2J5
50 foot 3-4 inch unguaranteed hose $2.75
25 foot 1-2 inch cotton hose $2.50
25 foot 3-4 inch cotton hose. $2.70
50 foot 3-4 inch cotton hose $4.95
25 foot 12 inch wire wound hose. ..$2.95
25 foot 3-4 inch guaranteed hose $3 40
50 foot 3-4 inch guaranteed hose $5.85
or lk -I
108 - 110 N. STANTON STREET
HIRES SENT TO
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United States and that each day adds
more cartridges to the supply.
Tuesday afternoon some Mexicans
after being searched by the American
soldiers at the bridge are said to have
gone directly to the Juarez customs
house, where they deposited several
hundred rounds of ammunition.
Two Refugees From Mexico
Say Federals Treated
Douglas, Ariz.. May 1. Phil H. Sheri
dan. Jr., and Carl Ltnvllle, two of the
seven alleged "American lnsurrectos"
arrested near Fronteras on February
1. and since Incarcerated during the
greater part of the time in Jail at
Cananea, are now In Douglas. Both tell
a tale of brutal treatment at the hands
of Mexican officials. Neither is an
American citizen. Sheridan claiming
British cltlsenshis. as does Llnwlle.
who Is his cousin. Their release was
secured by the American consul at
Cananea. . . .
Sheridan claims that he and Charles
Llnville and Carl Llnville. his son.
were on their way to El Tigre to gr.
work. Thej purchased horses m Asm
Prleta. he sas, also scpplias to use
on tne road intending. If unsuccessful
at Cananea. to go to the nearby moun
tains and prospeeu Their horses wen
stolen while he and his companions
were in an Agua Prleta saloon. ii
officials were Informed of the tne.t n.
avers, but told them some one v a.-
prooaoiy piaying a. jwc mco. -
that they had better Jook around r.
the animals.,Thej started to look, hav
ing been Joined by four other m, ;
The party went Into the foothills .
became lost. Finally they found t c
Tlgre power line leaving Agua Pru u
not having had anything except bona
coffee which they purchased at a ranui
house, they arrived five miles west ol I
Fronteras. They came upon a bunch of
cattle ajnd decided to kill one and at
It. They asked a nearby Mexican wiij
the animal belonged to. but were told
that he did not know. The had onlj j
killed the animal and were skinning it
when they were surrounded by troops ,
and taken into Fronteras Their arms, j
tere were three pistols In the bunch
of seen men and no sabres or other I
arms, as had been previously reported. ,
Sheridan said. They were taken before
the presldente of Fronteras and paid
him ?40 Mex.. for the cow they had .
killed. They were then taken to Cucnu
berach and locked into an adobe, but
which had a wooden roof. The roof ,
took fire In some way while the prls- j
oners were locked in. They burst out 1
of the doorway and found their 14 Mex- i
lean guards outside with their rifles .
ready to shoot. Fred Gruneberg. one
of the party, picked up a bucket and '
stated to put out the fire. One of the i
cnioro iritr a revolver and fired at
Gruneberg. but his aim was spoiled by
Sheridan, who declares that he knocked
up the man's arm.
After several days' stay in Cuchube
rach they were Joined by Frank El
liott, a Douglas barber, alleged to hae
held up an Agua Prleta saloon. The
march overland then commenced. On
the 105 mile march between Fronteras
and Cananea but two pieces of bread,
about as big as an American bun and
one small strip of half spoiled meat
were given each of the prisoners, Sheri
dan said. For fourteen hours the pris
oners were not anowra i stri a. unun. i
of water, although they passed several j
places where there was water to be '
had and their guards carried full can- ;
teens on their saddles. Elliott collapsed
on tne marcn irum ncwiuc u ..
panions taking turns carrying him.
A few days after their arrival in
&2fHUSa&U iffiiwi U
HWO 4im9B 1
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
Why buy ice cream when you can
make it so much better and cheaper t
Note the foljowing prices on ice
1 qt. "Arctic" freezer $1.50
2 qt "Arctic" freezer $225
3 qt. "Arctic" freezer $2.75
4 qt. "Arctic" freezer $3.50
2 qt. "Blue Ribbon" freeier $200
3 qt. "Blue Ribbon" freezer $250
4 qt. '"Blue Ribton" freezer . .$2.75
We also have a icS line of ice cream
freexers in sizes ranging up to 8
Hll I mini llll111 -.,:. . jSf jMM
ell To. 1, of Little A Ineynrds Co one mile east of Demlng-. equipped with 35 h. p. General Electric Motor, e.
7, American T ell Y ork.i Pump, dell erlng 1400 gallon of vrnter per minute.
And are developing water for the irrigation of 1 000 acres of the best land in this
valley, and are selling the land in small plots for intensive cultivation. In this kind
of work the hoe is the factor. Pictures do not convey as convincing an impression of
the opportunities which are being offered on The Little Vineyards Company tract
as do visits to the land itself. We do not care particularly about selling to specu
lators but if you want to build up a little home for yourself and are looking for a
spot that can be made perfect, drop down to our tract of land, being a mile east of
town, and see the wells discharging their water and the land actually in a state of
cultivation. Remember that absolute reliability in the water supply is the essential
to successful gardening anc farming in this valley. The best little plant that could
be put on ten acres is neither as independent, as reliable, or as economical in operation
as ours. Two-splendid wells behind every acre of theland absolutely insures )'our
Come and see the land, the water and us. We don't want to trade with you unless
we can do you good.
This land is sold on easy payments Ours is the only poor man's proposition in the
Cananea the men were put into a cell
and remained in it for 59 days.
It was finall through the good of
flees of Mr. Wiswall. American consul
at Cananea, that the men were released.
SENT FROM EL PASO
Are Gathered From "the Idle
Mexicans in the City and
Sent to Ojinaga.
Despite the constant denials of the
Mexican officials in El Paso and the
Mexican outclass in m rw na me
Ueilance'of th United States secret
service officer, recruiting for the fed- JE, '"Tas requested repre
eral forces at Ojlna. te ging on in if"". AJ'S .Kr ditionll
feraTybuluV TGWfi" are "U'n'g
-a-i A Ka -rait Vkiim
SrfSf'ldeilSS wh6o STowto
Fi Paso and the former Maderista orn
rials and soldiers who are temporarily
in El Paso
A detachment of 100 recruita is- re
ported to have gone down the river
Tuesday night and another squad is
said to be in readiness to go Wed
nesday night. They are crossing be
low Marfa. and reporting to the Ojln
ara commanders where arms and am
munition are furnished them. These
munitions of war are supplied them
from the shipments that have been
made from El Paso. San Antonio and
other points alons the border by per
mission of the United States govern
ment Mexican consul E. C. Uorante has
repeatedly denied that any m ve
been sent to Ojinaga from B. Vso
iwi Knvs thst all of the form fed
eral soldiers officials and volunteers
in Juarez are in El Paso and report
the consulate for their pay. But
these men are missing from the north
Oregon street consulAte and are be
lieved to be with th federal garri
5n at Ojinaga. The presence of Gari
baldi here at this tlwjA l8 believed
have a bearing upB the military
situation on the MejdWW side of the
hnntor Althmwh Oaribaldi nae said
that he was here to visit frJende. 4gj
been In conference with rWr8W!P't-
nf n.vlMfl1 i4ter-Hve SJC6
government. andwun "w'
WTIVOrt 1IBV Tf "TX TO
" JUYItKK AXD AlUi FIXBfl
The Juarez police rounded up several
of the bunco men again Tuesday night
The men had returned to the city after
being told to get out Mondaj . and the
were forced to spend the night in jaiL
Wednesday morning the men were
taken before mayor Santiago Mestas
and each was required to pay a fine ot
BUFOItn AT !X DIEGO.
San Diego. Cal , May 1. The United
States army transport Buford en route
to the west coast f Mexico to bring
away Americans who desire to leave
the country came Into the harbor last
raptaln F n T:!v V S. A the offi
nr in chr of itif Unford. dolinei! to
't bow lon the esel Would remain
LIEVE IN THE
EHIND THE HOE
ttle Vineyards C
I Don't Work for Negroes.
References: ASK ANYONE. COLES BLDG. 10th Yetr El Pas.
DOUGLAS ASKS FOR
MORE U. S. TROOPS
w..lnrtn T c Vv 1 The ores-
' ,J!fs?Infon' Jl-Jl' ?" "e-rr.
W .f 'aJS
i w ia vWH UUVn IUC Wl wm ...fc .w
" the Request can be granted.
IVMEUIC-VAS DEFEAT BAXD
OF RBBBLS IX TEPIC.
BJsbee. Arte. May 1. After having
been attacked successively on April 14
and 18 by rebels, who were repulsed by
Americans on both occasions, the Gom
lchi ranch, the largest in the territory
of Tepic and owned by Californlans.
was abandoned by the defenders, who
underwent terrible hardships in escap
ing from the country, according to ref
ugees v ho have arrived here.
There were five men and five wo
men, all Americans, at the ranch and
they fought off the rebels with sawed -off
shotguns. During the last attack
tne leader of the repeis pourca coai on
on the hacienda porch, and when he
struck a match to light it he was rid
dled with bullets. Following this re-
pulse, the ranch, which included 22.090
acres of growing corn and 20.000 acres
of tobacco, was abandoned to the re
bels. IS XEW MIVISTKIt OBJECTIOV VIJI.B
TO AVSIIOTON AVTIIOItlTIKSJ
Mexico City. May 1. A rumor Is cur
rent that Martuel Calero, the new am
bassador in the United States, persona
mm -grata at Washington and for that
1n ha not oeen rtconcu roreigi
later Laacurain said it was imnos
i nr nph to be the case, unless
nor Calero or Mexico had commit-
oto breach recently of which he
AI.BEKTO MADERO'i. l'KUl'KRTV
IS COFISCATED II Y KEHEL.S
Alberto Madero. uncle of president
Madero. is suffering the wrath of his
neph-w s enemies. His house in Chi
huahua, it is saia. was i"iea Dy tho j
rebels and the furniture taken from It
and appropriated oy me reuei ramllies.
His auto is also In use by the reBels
in Chihuahua for the use of the chiefs
and subchiefs of the rebel clan. S la
HEPOHT OF FEDER VL.S AT
CISXK filtvDES lCOA-FiIUIICD.
Vno'flcla.1 reports are current in
j Juarez that the federals are in the
i vicinity of Chis Grandes. but these
! liae receiel no report from their ata-
1 J ad'iuart i s i i 1 uarez. '
Th AU (.. .rti Ulster' of i o. s
ier.i i 1.4 iiu vi oi t Xru mtlicii sta j
mm i m
tions in the vicinity of Casas Grandes
of federals In that section.
AKK RBLBASED BY IIX'ERTA
Mexico Ciij. Mexico. May 1. The ar
rest of the correspondents o the El Im
parcial by military authorities at Tor
reon was due to the receipt there of
copies of the publication containing
inconvenient stories" of the situation
in that vicinit.
Later It became known that neither
of the correspondents was responsible
fer the matter published and they were
released from custody on represents.- i
tions made by their emplocrs here to
the federal commander, general Huerta. ,
A3IBRICAXS I.V SOSTORA ARE IX
FBAR OF IATERVKXTIOX.
Nogales. Aria., May 1 Expressing
belief in early intervention by the
Washington government, refugees from
lnaloa and Knnnra pfintinn. tA ..Htf.
here Most of these now leaving Mexi
co had intended to remain here
throughout the trouble.
Mines and stores operated by Ameri
cans In northwestern Mexico are be
ing; closed in haste and ranchers are
exporting their cattle to the United
states as rapidly as possible.
Testerda'a business at the American
custom house includes the entry pt
more thau 3.000 head of cattle of the
value of $48,000 on which duty aggre
gating i:,000 was collected.
AMBRICAX 1VOMBX DEXOIVCE
COXD1TIOXS IX MEXICO.
Mobile. Ala. May 1. Mex.)"Insults
to which American men and women
have been subjected 1$ Mexico and the ,
nanger surrounding mem snouiu imiw
the United States to send relief."
This statement, accredited to Mrs.
Bernard Swaer. is printed In the Mo
bile Item today.
Mrs. Swayer was for three years a
resident of Chihuahua. She is quoted
as saying that American newspapers
have not told half the truth of condi
tions in Mexico.
"I have witnessed terrible scenes."
says Mrs Swayer. "In the mining
country where many Americans are en
gaged the greatest suffering and dan
Now is the time to get Hd of your
rneumausm You can uu n oy apply
ing Chamberlain's Liniment and mas
saging the parts freely at each appli
cation. For sale by ldelers.
Those wah ties Bryan Rr. have are
jnst the proper thin for summer
weather ai'ri soft shirt--
"N right lU m, straw nais.
1 On The
The Homeplot Company
has choice tracts near
and adjoining the town
site of Deming that are
money-makers for those
who huy at present
$75 to $100
Terms to Suit
gives you possession of
one of these tracts. They
have advanced in Talue
fifty per cent during the
past year, and are still
on the rise. We are hold
ing the price down for
quick sales. This is a
bona fide chance to
Our home plots are ideal
for residence purposes
and independent farm
homes. They can be put
under irrigation at a
small cost, and once un
der irrigation and prop
erly farmed, ten acres
will support a family in
luxury. They are with
in easy walking distance
of the best system of
public schools in New
Mexico. They lie in the
direction that the town
is building, and in the
couse of a few years,
many of these tracts will
be sold out as town lots
at a tremendous figure.
Now is the
Time to Buy
Write, or see us.
Deming, N. M.
1 1 Money