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Thursday, October 10, 1912
At Wholesale Prices from El Paso's Largest Wholesale and Retail Mail Order
Grocery House and save 15 to 20 percent. Buy by the Dozen, Case and Hun
dred Pounds and cut down the High Cost of Living You can do it. Let us
6how you.
Write for Our Prices
We shfp, promptly to West Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Old Mexico, and
guarantee satisfaction.
100 lb. sack Best Granu- d - r
Iatcd Sugar for J3.jU
100 lb. sack Best Irish d f Q
Potatoes for ' P 1 .QD
! A Pare
100 lb. sack Best Fancy tj PA
Head Rice for : J)D .01
98 lb. sack Best Monarch d? Q Ot(
Flour for && " U
r D .. rilL AZ
i uiei, J in. can . . tJt
5 lb. can . . 70c
4 and Better
10 1b.
Everybody likes Kneedit It is better
shipment just in. Try a bucket.
Purity (the Purest Butter Q g
m El Paso), lb ODC
Best Standard Corn, 2
doz. cans to case, for. .
Best Standard Tomatoes, (h - Cbf
2 doz. cans to case, for. . P J. U
Best Standard String
Beans, 2 doz. cans to case
Early June Peas, 2 doz.
cans to case, for
50 lb. can $5.90
for making cake than butter. Fresh
1 lb. can Van Camp's
Pork and Beans, per doz.
2 lb. cans Van Camp's
Pork and Beans, per doz.
1 lb. cans Van- Camp's
Soups, all flavors, per doz
Pioneer Milk,
per case
American Lady Flour,
100 lbs. for ..."
The Finest Bread Flour
in E! Paso.
Barrington Hall f 1 ifr-
The Bakerized Coffee Most Famous J 10 lb. can $3.90
2 lbs. of Bakerized Coffee Goes as Far as 3 lbs. of 'Other Coffees."
New Car
Just Received
quarts Fancy Cranberries
Every Sack (
Guaranteed j
for Ut
New Fresh Norway Mackerel, 3 me
dium size or 2 large size, ey jj
for ttOC
rEte $1 10
Our phones are kept mighty busy these mornings, so if you please telephone
in the afternoon for your next day's needs and we can give you better
service. ,
We deliver to Highland Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and East El Paso
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
24 IBs. for 85c
48 lbs. for $1.65
35 lb. sack Best' Corn
Meal for
Pigs' Feet, in Kits,
New Codfish, in 2 lb. boxes,
Rebel Also Tear Out Telegraph In
struments 100 Soldiers Sent Mown
Anrlh Western Road.
Traffic and communication remains
Interrupted below Juarez on the Mex
ico North "Western railway. It wa
learned today that five bridges were
burned by rebels below Juarez, and the
telegraph lines cut In many places. It
has been impossible to get word from
any point on the line, even with the
city of Chihuahua.
Exploration parties sent out from
Juarez report that five bridges were
burned below Summit, 195 kilometers
south of the border. Also it is learned
that rebels entered the station of
Sabinal, farther to the north, and tore
out the telegraph instruments from
the agent's office, cutting the wires.
This damage has been repaired, but
the bridges remain uncribbed awaiting
more definite information as to condi
tions to the south. It is hoped that
work is in progress on the line from
the south, buf what railway men at
Casas Grandes have been able to ao
Is not knewn. Not one word has been
received from any points on the line,
and there is much misgiving, owing to
the continued lack of news from the
To assist the operations of the rail
way men. Gen. Trucy Aubert Wednes
day afternoon sent out 100 soldiers on
two tars drawn by an engine. They
were carried to Guzman, but it is said
today will return to Juarez, as there
are no rebels in sight. They did not
proceed along the line to the scene of
the trouble.
It was said today at the local rebel
junta that word had been received di
rectly from Gen. Inez Salazar, who was
operating near Sabinal, southwest of
Juarez. Salazar asked officials of the
North .Western to be warned not to
j anempi 10 repair tne railway until
( given permission by the rebels, and
: that as much consideration for Amer
! .can property would be given as pos
j sible as not to conflict with- the reb
j els' plans.
$1 15
Standard -Grocery Co
Phones 367 or 348
, Retail
208-210 Mills Street
cnds Word to Cananca That Me "Will
I.aj- Down Ills Arms and That Tie
And His Men Will (nlt.
Cananea, Son., Hex., Oct. 10. The
surrender of lsidro Escoboza will prob
ably soon be followed by the similar
action of Miguel Encinas. who, with
;.50 or 373 men, is at present encamped
in the Sierra Azul mountains, about
20 or 25 miles southwest of Cananea.
The acting prefect here, mayor Die
sruez, has heen .noflfleaUtP .this extent,
and a courier was sehrout;ro deal with
the rebels. Escoboza was to have left
today to confer with Encinas regard
ing the former's surrendering.
It is understood that Rojas is
also arranging with the Sonora offi
cials to give himself up, and if this
Is- brought about there will be but
very small numbers of rebels in the
state, and all unorganized.
A force of men has been, started at
Work repairing the railroad between
Cananea and Nogales and it is ex
pected that within the next six weeks
trains will again be in operation over
that branch. 'The men were sent out
from Nogales. No work Is being done
from this end yet.
(Continued from page one.)
quoted as saying that when he re
ported the presence of rebels on his
ranch the federals -went in an oppo
site direction. He says he was asked
by senator Fall if he federals went to
his ranch when he repoited the depre
dations and he said no; that senator
Fall then asked him in which direc
tion they went and he said:
"The federals went out In the di
rection of Galeana."
Senator Fall then asked him. he
says: "Wasn't this in the opposite di
rection of your ranch?"
He says that he replied "Yes."
Today, however, Mr. Roxby adds
that the federals in going to Galeana
succeeded in capturing the- captain of
the band that raided his ranch, an'l
that they executed him.
Senator A. B. Fall appeared before
the Mexico North Western railroad men
at a meeting which was held in Knights
of Pythias haH Wednesday afternoon.
The testimony, of a number of North
Western railroad men regarding the
condition of affairs in Chihuahua was
taken by senator Fall.
A .snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Lander Lombcr Co. Adv.
The Verr Beat Alfalfa.
Southwestern Fuel Co. Adv.
Majewrlc Ttcngeg.
Iyaurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St. Adv.
At 20 percent less regular price for
60 days.
Phone 1934. 113 Texas.
Says the Rebels "Want Too Much"
Rebel Junta Says That Alacls Can
not Deliver Up His Men.
Military officials in Juarez are back
ward about the reported sl. render of
the forces under Co!. Alanis, held pris
oner in El Paso, and under his wife
who was an amazon leading a small force
of rebels. Gen. Trucy Aubert says that
it"ls considered impossible If any ar
rangement can be made, as the rebels
"want too much." It is said the rebels,
who Alanis declares number 400 and
are in the vicinity of Juarez, wish full
guarantees for their safety If they sur
render and also a nominal sum paid for
their arms and hoi-ses, so enabling
them to proceed to their homes.
It also Is said that Alanis wants 20,
000 pesos for the surrender of his
forces. It was said today at the rebel
Junta in El Paso that the forces of
Alanis and his militant spouse are
scattered to the four winds, and that
Alanis cannot deliver 40 men, let alone
400. This assertion is based on re
ports received from rebel leaders in
the Casas Grandes district who have
seen the remnants of the Alanis com
mand, which originally did not number
more than 200 men. together witn about
50 commanded by his wife.
A woman believed to be Mrs. Alanis.
paid a Visit to the office of Gen. Trucy
Aubert Thursday afternoon and had a
long Interview with the federal com
mander. She rode from El Paso in a
public automobile; Gen. Aubert declined
to discuss the incident.
Will Investigate Reports of Rebel Seiz
ure of Mormon Lands jind Prop
erties and Report.
Douglas, Ariz., Oct. 10. Taking with
him Millard Haymore and the presi
dente of Fronteras, United States con
sul A. V. Dye has left Colonla Morelos.
Mr. Dye will investigate the stories of
the Mormon colonists to determine
whether or not they have been as
shamefully robbed and misused as they
have declared. He will render a full
report to the state department upon
his'return. The report will have grave
bearing upon the claims to be pre
ferred by this country against Mexico
for payment.
The" object of the visit of the Fron
teras official is to reestablish Mexican
civil officers in the colonies. All of
ficers previously there fled at the ap
proach of the rebels and have not
since returned. News has reached
here that the federal troops dispatched
by Sanjincs had begun the work of
dispossessing the Mexicans who
usurped the homes of the colonists.
in a great measure determines your
health. Let us examine and put
them in order. All work guaranteed
first class. Prices reasonable.
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Opitz Market
Bell Phone 135.
Monterey, Mexico, Oct. 10. A band of
SO rebels is reported to be committing
depredations at Iampozos, 75 miles
southwest of Laredo, Tex. They be
long to the force commanded by Mar
celo Caraveo and are commanded by
Joquin Goya who was formerly a
newspaper man in Monterey. They ap
peared Tuesday at Candela, Coahuila,
demanding food and arms from the citi
zens. Today they were reported to be
moving toward Laredo pursued by fed
eral troops from Lampozos.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine noes in ten whsn the liver u right the
ttomach ood bowels are right.
gently but firmly con
pel aUzrhrer
do fesdoty.
Caret Coc
Headache, and1 Distress after Eating.
Sosll Pill. Small Dote. Small Price
Genuine Eustbor Signature
Service Indefinitely Suspended Because
of Rebel Activity; Many Mormons
Must Make Overland Trips.
No more trains will be operated over
the North Western railroad for the
present, and the 100 or more Mormons
now in Chihuahua will have to' leave
the Mormon colonies by the overland
route to reach the border. This in
formation was received at the Mormon
headquarters here Thursday In private
messages to business agent O. P. Brown.
The reports received by the headquar
ters say that there are 1700 rebels iri
the vicinity of old Casas Grandos and
the Mormon colonies and that the fed
erals are making no effort to protect
the foreign property or to stop the raids
of the rebels.
There arc now only a very few Mor
mon women in the Chihuahua colonies,
as they have all been sent to El Paso
and Hachita since the attempted as
sault of Mrs. Miles A. Romney. The
men who remain in the colonies are
those who have gone back to save their
cattle, crops, fruit and personal prop
erty. Little uneasiness is felt for them
as they are all able to care for them
selves, the Mormon officials say.
A list of those who have left Kl Paso
recently for Utah and other places from
the refugee camps here is as follows:
To Salt Lake City Laura A. and
Edith Jones.
Tq Richfield, Utah Etta "W, Mary
and Lynn Haws.
To Lund, Utah Oscar G., Annie, El
len, Jennie, Roxey, John H. and Wil
liam Lund, Alice Rowley, John H.. Ade
lia, John and Albert Beecroft, and Ema
P. O'Donnall.
To Provo, Utah Katy Haws.
To Brigham City, Utah Fannie C.
and Ida Harper.
To Nephi, Utah J. H. Porter.
To Oasis, Utah Elizabeth, Ella, Am
nion, Emma, Abbie Elmina, Vivian,
Daniel and Brigham Stevens.
To Safford, Ariz. J. W. Brown and
E. C. Jesperson. - ..
To Tucson, Ariz. B. .11., Mary A.,
Maud E., Dora J. and Mary E. Bing
ham. To Douglas, Ariz. Jesse McNeil.
To Mesa, Ariz. Laura and Kalab
To Holbrook, Ariz. Beryl Johnson.
To Hachita, N. JSL S. J, D. L. and
Clara Rowley.
To Bluewater, N. M. J. H., Ida and
Ida M. Kartchner.
To Blackfoot, -Idaho Orin Farns
worth. To Manard, Idaho John Allan.
To Daloris, Colo. Nellie. Willie. Ivy,
Perry and Riva Black, Abinadi Porter,
Luella, Mildred, Grandin and Afton
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Gen. Pascual Orozco, with a rebel
army estimated at 3000 men, is located
90 miles southwest of the border below
Del Rio, Texas, according to official
advices received here. It Is said his
force has been materially strengthened
by recruits in the state of Coahuila
and that federal troops apparently are
making no effort to pursue and engage
the rebels.
Some political significance is at
tached to the fact that Orozco did not
permit his men to forage on the ranch
owned by Gen. Geronimo Trevino, a
federal commander in the state of
Nueva Leon, toward which Orozco's
forces are moving.
Reports from Nacozari say that the
rebels have left the Ojo mountains near
there and are moving toward Mocte
zuma. Son. The rebels are said to num
ber 450 and are being pursued by 250
federal Yaqui indians sent from Agua
Prieta. The rebels are reported to
have taken the little town of Tepach.
25 miles from Moctezuma.
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The merchant who does a credit business has to
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tically loaned to his customers, and on top of this he has
to fix an additional sum to cover the losses incurred by
those who do not pay their bills.
By trading at either of Eysters two stores you have
these extra profits eliminated.
"Below you will find items, advertised as specials
by concerns doing a credit business, and directly opposite
you will find our EVERY DAY price. Compare the
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Our Blue Ribbon Eggs, Q
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Our Fancy Tomatoes,
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Our Fancy Potatoes, ey j"
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Those at El TIsrre Retired Into Tunnel
With Food and Gnardn and "Were
Protected From Salazar.
Tjos ArifrplpsL Ca7- Ot. 10. A stnrv of
how six American women remained in a 1
mine tunnel for two days and a half
during the attack of Mexican rebels on
the mining camp of El Tigre, was
brought here today by J. "W. Malcolm
son, of Kansas City, consulting en
gineer o.: the El Tigre Mining company.
"When the surrender of the camp, de
manded by the rebel general. Salazar,
was refused, the women who were
wives of company officials, were placed
In the tunnel with -rovisions to last
for several days. They were accom
panied by guards.
When Salazar entered the camp after
a 30 hour bombardment, he told the
Americans he knew rifles and ammu
nition were secreted In the tunnel and
demanded them. Five rifles and 500
rounds cf ammunition were brought
out. After the rebels evacuated, upon
the approach of federal reinforce
ments, the women returne dto daylight-
Douglas, Ariz., Oct. 10. News was re
ceived here late yesterday that Antonio
Rojas and his band of 400 rebels have
demanded the surrender of Moctezuma.
Sonora, 120 miles south of here. The
town is defended by 100 federals and
Gen. Sanjlnes has dispatched Ma. Al
varado with a force of 250 stationed
at Fronteras to the south, while a
force of 200 left Nacozari to re
inforce the garrison. They have orders
to defend the town or, If Itojas fail'
to attack, to take the offensive and
drive him out of the state and, if pos
sible, exterminate his band.
A freight wreck eight miles north
of Nacozari, while injuring no one. his
tied u-,' the road. It will probably be
cleared for passenger trains to ran as
usual tomorrow. A box car is wedded
across the narrow canyon and blocks
the track.
Boise, Idaho, Oct. 10. In spite of the
decision of the supreme court at Lew
Iston, wherein ' it was held the Pro
gressive electors and congressional
candidates were not nominated in ac
cordance with the state law and could
not be certified and the ticket could
not be printed on the official ballot.
Progressive state chairman Gibson de
clared the Progressive presidential
electors will remain In the fight. Vot
ers will be asked to write in the names
of the Progressive electors and con
gressmen. The Progressive nomina
tions for state officers are not ex
cluded from the ballot by the court's
ing on the official ballot the Progres
sive parly's presidential electors.
The attorney general appeared for
the secretary of state and agreed to an
immediate hearing before judge Wurde
mann. of the St. Louis county circuit
court, who is sitting in the case of the
state committee's suit to enjoin the
printing of the Progressive state ticket.
San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 10. Presi
dent Taft has taken cognizance of the
political situation in California, and his
opinion is expressed in a telegram re
ceived by Gustave Brenner, chairman
of the Republican state central com
mittee. President Taft telegraphed:
"I am sure If the regular Republi
cans are to be denied the right of fran
chise through unjust action of the ma
chine now in control-of California poli
tics, their Indefensible conduct must
ultimately react to their Injury.
"Whatever you do I shall be grate
ful for your support"
Jefferson City, Mo., Oct 10. The Re
publican state committee filed a peti
tion in the state circuit court today to
enjoin the secretary of state from Drint-
Kansas City, Mo.. Oct 10. United
States senator Burton, of Ohio, spoke
here in defence of a protective tariff.
"Hundreds of millions of capital await
the election result," said senator Bur
ton. "If investors think prosperity is
to continue this money will be invested."
Tucumcarl, N. M- Oct 10. H. B.
Ferguson spoke in this city before the
pupils at the city high school. Mr.
Ferguson's chief concern was with the
questions of opening the public lands
of the state to settlement and the im
port tariff in it3 relation to the wool
industry and other local matters. He
spoke in favor of a surveylngyof alt
public lands in the state at govern
ment expense and the ultimate trans
fer of all lands to the state to be
managed as the state saw fit
Fargo. N. D., Oct 10. William J.
Bryan arived here today and addressed
a large crowd of women on the high
cost of living. In the afternoon he
held an open air meeting in the public
The worried mother wakes up to hear her baby's heavy breathing ft little
cough perhaps the croup or whooping cough. She does not want to send for the
doctor when perhaps the trouble does not amount to much. Finally she thinks of
that medical book her father gave her, The Common Sense Medical Adviser, by
R. V. Pierce, M. D. She says ' just the thing to find out what is the matter with
the little dear." Two million households in this country own one' and it's to
be had for only 31c. in stamps 1,000 pages in splendid cloth binding. A good
family adviser in any emergency. It is for either sex. This is what many women
write Dr. Pierce in respect to his " Favorite Prescription, " a remedy which has
made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful and happy, by curing
the painful womanly diseases which undermine a woman's health and strength.
"My desire is to write a few lines to let you know what
your valuable medicine has done for me, writes WES.
JIahgaket Zukbert, of 323 S. Bontalon Street, Baltimore,
Md. "Before the storck came to our house I was a very sick
woman. I wrote yon for advice which was kindly given and
which mado mo a different woman in a short tune. After
taking the first bottle of 'Favorite Prescription' I began
improving so that I hardly knew I was in such a condition.
I did. my own housework washing and ironing, cooking:
sewing, and the worst of all nursed three children who had
whooping cough. I hardlv knew of the advent ton minutes
before so easy was it The baby is as fat as a bntter-balL
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the best medicine for
any woman to tako when in this condition. I recommend It
to all my friends,"
Mas. Zubbet asd Babe.
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amp fire Girls'
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girlhood and womanhood, to encourage outdoor life and help
in the crusade for better health.
For the girls who belong to the Camp Fire there is an official
dress a practical costume, that is in good style, simple and
becoming. In El Paso the only place to get that costume will
be the "POPULAR," as we are the sole agents.
Though it is the official uniform of the Camp Fire Girls, any
girl, of course, may wear the dress. It is of dark blue or
black serge, made one-piece style, with waist plaited from
yoke, sailor collar and cuffs, fancy silk tie and skirt with pock
ets. It is made in. sizes 14, 16, 18 to 20. This "I O "Tfl
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