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EH PASO HERALD
Fridav, October 11, 1912
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"Fifteen" For That
DOES not mean a great deal, for many people will sell you
one at that price and tell you it is the best value to be had
anywhere. In this all are alike, but it is just at this fork of the
road that we part comply with the ordinary clothes purveyors
and become an extraordinary value-giving one. In this par
ticular "London" tailored-to-measure is beyond any doubt
all that k found m roost suite at $25.00. why? Understand,
we are not swapping money on this garm jit, oh, no, we do and
must make a margin, but in this case it is but a trifle, because
we do the VOLUME of business in clothes making.
In every color, material and weave a man likes cut and
tailored to fit well and keep their good looks as long as they last.
Suit or Overcoat Made to Your Measure
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A "London Made" Suit means minimum cost to be
gin with then months and months of good service.
And made strictly to measure. Your choice of any
all wool fabric direct from our own mills.
Come in tomorrow and be measured you'll never
The Original $15 Tailors 217 San Antonio St.
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Vj the rebels near Corralitos. One -warn
burned Tuesday night and the other
three on Wednesday night. The wire
was cue in three places and was only
-epaired Thursday night, so that mes
sages could be sent over it.
Mr. Lathrop discredits the reported
testimony of the North Western rail
road men before the senate committee.
He says that the warning not to run
trains after October la was given by
four bandits, who held up the lumber
traUi and burned it, and that the threat
was nothing more than a bluff of these .
men to frighten the railroad men. I
Bat One Engine IHtehed. j
"These threats have been made every
two weeks since this revolution has
been in progress,- Mr. lAfhrop says.
Tet we have continued to run trains
just the same. The statement of the
railroad men that there are 17 engines
in the ditch along our line is absolute
ly untrue. There has been but one en
gine ditched and that was when the
rebels ran it down the grade near
Aguaje, as reported in The El Paso
Herald. Neither are we running trains
without head or tall lights. It would
be impossible to get any railroad men
to take a train out without head and
tail lights and the railroad men know
this fact. Neither have the rebels
wrecked trains -wantonly. They have
held up trains, as revolutionists will
do, to search for arms and ammunition
and to get food.
"Although they have had thousands
of opportunities to wreck our trains,
the only one that has been permanently
injured was the train of lumber which
was burned by four men, the same four
who threw a scare into the trainmen
by telling them that they would kill
them if they returned -with any train
after the 15th. This was a bluff ana
has been sprung repeatedly and has
never been carried out in a single in
stance on our line. Our equipment is
kept n as good repair as any -other
railroad running into El Paso and
trains are operated even more care
fully than on the other railroads, be
cause of the fact that the rebels are
constantly trying to harass the fed
erals by burning bridges. One man
with a can of kerosene can put our
line out of commission, and the fact
that we have had bridges burned does
not indicate that the lives of the train
men are in danger from the rebels
It is said that some telegrams were
received at Juarez from the city of
Chihuahua over the Mexico Isorth
Western railway wires, on which repair
work is in progress. However, nothing
is given out regarding conditions be
tween Chihuahua and Juarez at Pear
son, Casas Grandes, Madera and other
Regarding the repair of the road,
officials who appear to discredit the
stories of the rebel -warning, say that
the line may be opened this week. It
is said two of the burned bridges al
ready have been repaired. This leaves
three trestles to be cribbed or reconstructed.
For tomorrow's selling we place on sale
50 Dozen Shirts
They are made up in the newest .patterns of
G-olf Flannels and are just the shirts for cool
days. French cuffs with extra collar to match.
In light and dark colors. Originally sold
Men's Suit Specials
Tomorrow we place on sale about 300 men's
suits all new and up-to-date garments, and
values up to $25.00.
Sltturday and Monday your choice
MADE ON MEXICO
Washington, D. C. Oct 1L The war
department commission appointed to in
vestigate the claims of Americpns
against the Mexican government has
completed its worx nere ana uoi.
Kernan, the chairman, left this after
noon for El Paso. The other members
have also started for Texas but will
stop in Indianapolis to take testimony.
The commission will assemble at El
Paso next Friday, when it will rush
the work as speedily as possible as it
expects to conclude the work In a
month or six -weeks.
Twenty-one claims have been filed.
15 by citizens of EI Paso and six by
those of Douglas. It is understood that
all the claimants ask reimbursement in
Stomach Trouble of
12 Years' Standing
Gives Way to Duffy's
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Abo, about 100 boys' suits and overcoats,
strictly all wool, and fully guaranteed. Just
the clothes for school wear.
Now Is the Time
For your Winter suit, overcoat, underwear,
shirts, gloves, etc. A full and complete line
in all the desired styles you will find on dis
play at this store.
MR. FRED F. ZINK.
Mrs. Fred F. Zink, 2228 Saratoga
St., New Orleans, La., writes:
"My husband suffered, with stom
ach trouble for over 12 years, during
which time he doctored with three doc
tors who gave him no relief. He kept
growing worse, had to be very careful
as to what he ate, as things always
soured on his stomach, but, thank God,
after taking three bottles of Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey he was entirely
cured. He still takes it as a tonic and
we would never be without it He now
looks fine and weighs 180 pounds. I
can highly recommend it to any one
afflicted with stomach trouble."
Puffy'gPtire Mail Whisky
If you have dyspepsia or indigestion
in any form you should use Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey. When taken at
mealtime it stimulates the mucous sur
faces and little glands of the stomach
to a healthy action, thereby improving
the digestion and assimilation of the
food and giving to the system its full
proportion of nourishment.
Sold in sealed bottles only by drug
gists, grocers and dealers, $ 1 .00 a large
bottle. BESURE YOU GET
DUFFY'S. Doctors' advice and
! medical booklet free on application.
1 The Duff Malt Whlskrj Co., Iloches
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if it is well invested it will represent a profit
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lutely safe investment that grows better and better
each passing day?
Lots in Government Hill Addi
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In the Southwest
Government Hill is building up more rapidly than
any other suburb of El Paso. Lots there are sell
ing faster than any other suburb and it's because
of its natural beauty its accessibility and the
character of the homes and improvements.
The Government Hill-Fort Bliss road is being
paved straight through the addition and is rapidly
nearing completion. Government Hill has excel
lent street car service, electric lights, telephones,
pure mesa water in fact, all modern improve
ments. Go out and see Government Hill tomorrow. You
can't really appreciate the wonderful opportunity
being offered you, unless you investigate see for
Lots Are Now Selling at $150 and Up
Terms 10 Down, 5 a Month
SEE IT IN OUR AUTOS.
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Phone 271 AGENTS Morgan Bldg.
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Phones Main Store: Groceries, 4340; Meatn, 4348.
Phones Stores "o. 2: Grocery Dept 4717; Meat Dept 4714.
Yon will better your condition if yoa pay cash, for these reasons:
The merchant who does a credit business has to figure his. legitimate
profit; then on the selling price he must add the interest on the money, which
he has practically loaned to his customers, and n top of this he has to fix an
additional sum to cover the losses incurred by those who do not pay their bills.
By trading at either of Eyster's two stores yos have these extra profits
Below yoa will find iter?, advertised as specials by concerns doing a
credit business, and directly opposite yoa will find oer EVERY DAY price.
Compare the two and you will very readily sae the advantages to be had at
Eyster's. Just so with your entire list.
REBELS IN SONORA
WANT TO SURRENDER
Gcb. Antonio Rojas Is Reported to Be
Fleeing Before Federals on His
Way to Chihuahua.
Cananea, Son.. Mex.. Oct. 11. Miguel
Enciso and his command of about 250
rebels have tendered their surrender
to the officials in Cananea. The sur
render was sent into this city by a
messenger. The men axe to come into
the city later, and are at present en
camped in the Sierra Azul mountains
at a point about 20 miles southwest of
Reports from Hermosillo are to the
effect that Gen. Antonio Rojas is at
present on the run. being chased by
250 federals and volunteers command
ed by Col. Giron. The rebels were re
ported to hare been in the vicinity of
La Colorada and a special train was
sent down to Torres from Hermosillo
with troops. Later the rebels were
said to be in the vicinity of Nacori.
about 3$ miles east of La Colorada,
and were headed in an easterly direc
tion. Rojas is reported to be on his
way back into Chihuahua and will go
by way of Dolores pass. Adolfo Du
hagon and Jose Torres, rebel leaders
from Cananea. are reported to be with
Rojas. It is now believed that Rojas
intends to go into Chihuahua and sur
render to the authorities in that state,
as his home is there.
Brothers Hay Surrender.
Two brothers. Ramon and Jesus
Valenxuela. have a small command in
the vicinity of Nuri, in the Alamos dis
trict, about fire miles of the Chihua
hua line, but are now operating on
the Chihuahua side, as they were re
cently defeated by Lieut. Hinostrosa
and a small federal command at Nuri.
The men are reported to be on their
way to surrender. In the Nuri fight
they lost 16 men taken prisoners by
the federals. The rebels also visited
the town of Moras earlier in the week.
Frederico Cordoba and 40 rebels,
who have been operating in the Moc
texuma and Sahuaripa districts for the
past month, hare signified their in
tention to surender as soon as possible
at Moctezuma, provided he is granted
amnesty with his men. This has been
agreed upon by the federal officials.
crowd, has offered to surrender with his
250 men upon a promise of amnesty, is
doubted by many, who believe he h-is
not so soon tired of being "in com
mand." it was undoubtedly finciso's growing
popularity with Gen. Campa's men
that caused Campa to flee to the
United States when he did.
When Campa and his crowd burned
the Naco-Cananea train and the rail
road bridges it was observed by those
present that the rebels preferred to
take orders from Enciso and not
Cdmpa. and when Campa learned that
they had captured Cantu. chW of
gendarmes at Naco, he ordered Cantu
to be shot and it was only through
the friendly connivance of Enciso that
Cantu escaped with only a slight bullet
wound in his leg.
ON BROWN'S RANCH!
Concord Grapes, other Qg'
stores, per basket, 30e and. . OO C
Heinz Saner Kraut, C
per lb - OC
Strictly Fresh Kansas Aft
Eggs - UC
Fresh Tomatoes, OP
4 lbs. for - "OC
Fancy Potatoes, OP
10 lbs. for -- OC
Fancy Sweet Potatoes, ng-
8 lbs QC
Corn Starch, . ??
3 pkgs --I OC
Gasoline, per gal 36e; d -fl F
per 5 gate M X . 1 U
Grimes' Golden Apples, QC-
4 lbs toOC
Toilet Paper, OC-
3 rolls -.- iUi
Any kind of Groand Spice, i"
3 oz. can IOC
Our Every Day
Otu? laaey Concord Grapee, OE
per basket .- ii-,,OC
Bans Staler Krant, C
per ) .- .--.;.-r.-.- wC
0r Bine Kbbon Bgga, oj
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, Our Fancy Tomatoes, K
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Oar Paney Potatoes, ftjj
12 lbs -&OC
Our Faaey Sweet Potatoes, ftf
M lbs , ,.-lt ...... ,wC
, Our CSora Staareh, - J
2 for was IOC
GasoMne, per faL 30e; QK
per S gate OC
Oar Grimes' Golden Apples, j
par lb .WJJBH.,... OC
Toilet Papers, OP
Any kind of Ground Spiee, -I A
3 oz. can 1UC
Other Stores 30c CONCORD GRAPES Our Price 25c
RURALE FORCE IS
KosterlHzky In Expected, AVIth Xerr
Force, To Drive Rebels From
Naco, Arit, Oct. 11. Juan B. Cantu.
chief of the Mexican fiscal gendarmes
at Naco. Son., has left for Nogales,
where he will take office in the new
division of the gendarmes being rapidly
recruited for the special command of
At present there is but one division
of the fiscal gendarmes in Sonora. It
is composed of some 250 men under the
. command of Juan Cabral. Their chief
; duty is to guard customs and look out
ior smugglers, out tne special division
under Gen. Kosterlitzky will have a
special work aside from customs duty.
They will all be mounted, divided into
squads of 40 or 50 men. and, keeping in
close touch with each other and the
federal infantry, will endeavor to rid
Sonora xf the three known rebel bands
still remaining in It.
Major Jose Torres, with 40 or SO
men. still roams at will in the Ajo
mountains, while Col. Miguel Enciso.
recently reported killed, but who was
only wounded in his left arm, has
assumed the lead of Gen. Campa's old
crowd, and with about 250 men, lo
calising trouble in the Sierra Aral
mountains, Gen. Rojas, with some 300
or 400 rebels, is somewhere between the
Sonora river country and the Ajo moun
tains, operating apparently at will,
although it is said that about a
thousand federal infantry are trying to
"bag him "
Do Not Belie e Report.
Th report that Col. Enciso. win. is
' now in command of Gen. Campa's old
Mexleans Left ia Charge of the Ranch
Whch O. P. Brovrn Cone to I.eok.
After Refugees, Murdered.
Three bodies have been found on the
ranch of O. P. Brown, business agent
of the Mormon colonies, having been
killed by the rebels because they were
employed by the Mormon official. One
of the men was identified as Jose Her
nandez. Mr. Brown's ranch foreman at
the Piti0hi ranch. 12 miles northeast
of Colonla Morelos. The two others
were Mexicans employed on the Brown
ranch. They have been missin; since
August, when they were left in charge
of the ranch by the owner, who came
to El Paso to assist In caring for the
refugees from the Chihuahua colonies.
It is supposed that the men were exe
cuted ""by the rebels because they were
employed by the Mormons.
With the report of the reopening of
the North Western railroad Saturday,
the Mormon men who have been in the
colonies of Chihuahua gathering cat
tle and fruit are expected to return
to Kl Paso. There are more than 100
men in the Chihuahua colonies at the
present time and it was expected that
they -would have to return to the bor
"Xither of the Camp" III.
There is sadness in the refugee camp
because of the illness of Mrs. I. L. Wil
son, the "mother" of the refugee camp.
Mrs. Wilson has nursed the sick, eared
for the children and has done ee-y-thing
in her power to make life a lit
tle more pleasant for the unfortunate
people who have been driven from their
homes. Mrs. Wilson is seriously ill
and -will have to be taken to the hospi
tal. Cyrus Walker, who has been suf
fering from typhoid fever, has also
been taken to the hospital from the
Larryers Coatead That Charge Ogalast
Krakaaers Sheahl Be Qaashed;
Attack the Law.
Time in the federal court Friday
was taken up with the arguments In
the cases charging violation of the
neutrality laws by conspiracy to smug
gle arms and ammunition to Mexico.
W. H. Barges, attorney for A. Kra
kauer. Robert Krakauer and Julius
Krakauer, charged with conspiracy to
smuggle ammunition to Mexico, made
the principal argument to have the
indictments quashed in these conspir
acy cases. He was assisted by judge
T. A. Falvey. M. W. Stanton. T. C. La
and Sam B. Gillette. Mr. Surges quot
ed authorities and cited cases without
reference to manuscript, often quoting
verbatim from the statutes and from
the president's proclamation. .
Mr. Burges held that it was) not a
general violation to export arms and
ammunition to Mexico, but a
violation to export arm:; and
ammunition to Mexico except under
limitations and regulations prescribed
by the president. The indictment not
negativing this exception, which ex
ception is contained in the definition
of the offence. the indictment was
claimed to be fatally defective by Mr.
The constitutionality of th congres
sional resolution was also attacked by
Mr Burges. who argued that it was
not unlawful to export ammunition or
arms but only unlawful, under the
provisions of the resolution, when ex
ported contrary to the limitations of
the president. In other words, he said,
the art was penal only when it was
not done under the presiCenfs permit.
District attorney Charles A. Boyn
ton and assistant district attorney S.
Engelking argued the point for the
government. Mr. Boynton appearing in
the morning and Mr. Engelking in the
afternon.. They held that the excep
tions in the resolution of congress was
not necessarily an element of the of
fense and therefore it was not neces
sary for the exceptions to be nega
tived in the indictment. Both the dis
trict attorney and his assistant made
strong arguments favoring their point
and cited authorities to prove their
Judge Maxey expected to rule on the
point late this afternoon.
BROTHER OF EL PASO
WOMAN IS HELD
An El Paso woman's brother is be
ing held for a ransom at Soya pa. in the
state of Sinaloa. Miss Josephine Del
Campo received a message Friday from
Culiacan saying' that her brother. Ro
dolpho Del Campo, was being held by
the rebels in that state and unless $500
gold was sent at once he would be ex
ecuted. Del Campo Is a newspaper man em
ployed on Del Sol. a Spanish paper
published in Culiacan. He was sent on
a mission to interview some of the
rebel chiefs in the field and. while at
tempting to get through the rebel lines,
he was captured. His sister, who has
lived in El Paso for the past three
years, has arranged to sand the ransom
to the rebels by way of Culiacan and
obtain her brother's release. The time
set for the expiration of the ransom
offer is October 15, she says, after
which time he will be executed.
ABOJTT TO BE SHOT
Mexico City. Oct. 11. Six American
railroad conductors captured at Sain
Alto, in northern Zacatecasi -when about
to be shot recently, were rescued by
the rebel chief. Antonio Munox.
One of the conductors is named Mc
Nabh, He is 60 years old and acted as
engineer In charge. Another of them ia
named J. O'Connor.
ATTEMPT TO BREAK
JAIL; TWO KILLED
Guadalajara. Mex.. Oct. 11. An at
tempt last night to break jail by Miguel
Guerrero, a rebel leader, resulted in
two prisoners being killed and several
soldiers wounded. A detachment of
federal cavalry responded when the
attempt was sounded and prevented the
escape of the prisoners.
Guerrero, who was captured at Tepic
several months ago, has since been
; TELLO IS REPORTED
KILLED BY REBELS
Only IT Federals Oat of a Force Num
bering ISO Arc ald to Have Kh
caprd; Prisoners' Kars Cut Off.
Laredo, Tex., Oct. 11. rebel force
numbering 1800 under the leadership
of Cheche Campos, practically anni
hilated a turce of 150 federals near
Hernia, between Jimenez and Torreon.
according to advices received here. Of
the federal force only 17 are said to
have escaped. Among the dead are
four officers, including Col. Tello, in
command of the federals.
After killing Tello the rebels hanged
his body to a telegraph pole. Eighteen
federals were captured and their ears
The federal flag bearer was offered
his liberty if he would surrender the
flag, which he kept after he was cap
tured. He refused and was shot.
The federals were marching in the
public road in a wooded section, ac
cording to reports, when the rebels
suddenly appeared on both sides and
in front of them The battle did not
last lone, as the rebel force wer.
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pale and frail improper assimilation is
usually the cause.
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and vim at all times, yoa ome. than
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