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We Prepa AH Parcels Pati Orders
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Main Store Grocery Dept, 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
X 'W&f doubt, the most comprehensive display of
-. ultra fashionable millineru ever offered in
El Paso. This is our initial display of im
ported and American patterns for Spring
1913. In tailored hats the best American makers
such as Fisk, Gage, Castle, Phipps, Burgessor,
Atchison and Jardine contribute to this showing.
Marvels of Beauty
is the very highest type
in millinery, prices asfyed
are most moderate. This is
not merely our assertion but
current comment among those
who have seen this display. You
are cordially moiled.
FUND IS WITHIN
$300 OF 320,000
Chamber of Ceaunerce Budget SeUdttag
Committee Thursday mil Farm
Red XecktiQ Brigade.
Thursday -will be budget day and the
directors of the chamber of commerce,
accompanied 'by about 50 committeemen
will start subscription work at 8 a. a.
Alreadv $19,700 has been raised.
n Tuesday the committee raised
$S50 in a fWhoars aad this brought the
total up to ite present figure. The same
subscribers last year contributed only
The committees that will work Thurs
day will form a red tie brigade, each
member wearing a tie f that color to
Xo special speaker has been secured ;
lor the luncheon inursaay, out tne wta
get work will be the chief topic
Mayor Kelly on Wednesday issued a
reclamation declaring Thursday "bud
get day" and urging assistance of all
interested citizens in the campaign.
As a result oc tbe appeal made to
governor Colquitt hy prominent men In
Alpine, ranger sergeant C R. Moore
lias arrived there from Ysleta, and two
other rangers have -seen sent to Mara
to aid in protecting the border.
William Clark of Xeriele, Tex, is here
to attend the funeral of Sam "Welsh.
Mr Clark Is the father of Mrs. Welsh.
Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs
AMcocks Iwsters act as a preventiv
as well as a curative.
Prevent colds becoming deep-seated.
Allcock's is the original and genuine porous plaster.
It is a standard remedy3 sold by druggists in every part
of the civilized world. Apply wherever there is Pain.
AHCOCKSS hotion-Rubsrightbu Something
new and good. For rubbing where it is inconvenient to put a
plaster. Wonderful in cases of croup, whooping cough and all local
pains. Guaranteed to be an A-l Liniment. Price 50c a bottle.
Send 5 two cent stamps for sample bottle.
ALLCOCK MANUFACTURING CO. 274 Canal Street, New Yorfc.
When you need a Piif
take a BrandretKs Pill & ?s.
For CONST1PATIOH, BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, DIZZINESS,
INOIOESTiON, Etc. ptrekf VegetaU&
You Save Money Trading Here
100 lbs. Potatoes d " Af Durham Creamery Butter, o r
for I.tU per lb ODC
10 lbs. Broken Rice, r Strictly Fresh Eggs, OC
for OUC per dor . &OC
1 nL Sour Pickles A. '' P " v:,"ko'1 B' 'in3 ?Kn
IME ARE now holding
P what is, without a
MEN ASE INVITED
' E Paso wants the Panhandle South
western Stockmen's convention for 1914.
Therefore & strenuous effort is to be
made to secure it when the convention
meets at Amarillo ,on March 4. R. E.
Thomaeon and A. L. MeKnight have al
ready gone to Amarillo and headquar
ters have been secured in the Amarillo
It -le.expected that state senator
Claude B. Hudspeth will be oa hand
when the convention Is called to order.
Others who will represent Bi Paso will
leave here for the Panhandle city on
Sunday. Those who have already prom
ised to go are J. H. Nations, H. M Pat
terson, C. A. Klnne and R. B. Orndorff,
and it is expected that a great many
more will make the trip.
segthn man named
to succeed Mcdowell
John I. DIbrell of Seguin, Tex., has
been appointed United States marshal
for the western district of Texas to
succeed Burt J. McDowell, who resigned
Monday. Capt. H. E. Hillebrand. deputy
United States marshal at 1 Paso, re
ceived notice "Wednesday of the ap
pointment of DiVell as marshal to
serve until March & whe,n a Democratic
marshal "would be lappointed. Capt. Hil
lebrand was reappointed by the new
marshal, and Ed Bryant, former deputy
sheriff, was appointed as the other
deputy for El Paso. Frank Newman,
former cnier or police or San Antonio,
who was made a deputy by McDowell,
was not reappointed.
Rheumatism In Shoulder
Athletes use them for
Stiff sees or Soreness of mnscka.
Counting of Money Follow
ing Madero's Flight Shows
NOT ACCEPT HUERTA
MEXICO CTTT, HB3C, Feb. 3.
The departure from Mexico
City of Braesto Madero, former
minister of finance, was followed im
mediately by a hurried counting of the
cash in the treasury. The result
showed a balance ?83.0ft. This amount,
however, does not represent all Im
mediately available resources of tne
new administration, as there are va
rious deposits in both local and for
eign banks which can be drawn on
by the government.
Veracnus Report Disquieting.
Reports involving the sincerity of
the expressions of loyalty made to the
new administration by Gen. Velaseo,
military commander of Veracruz, were
sent to provisional president Huerta
today. The charges are expected to
result in an immediate change in the
military command there.
Denth Report Accepted.
The representatives of the foreign
powers have formally accepted the offi
cial version of the death of expresident
Francisco Madero and exvioe president
Jose Suarez. The government investi
gation continued today. .
The situation here has not changed.
Numerous reports from districts today
indicate that most of the rebel leaders
are inclined to cooperate with the new
The appointment of prominent army
men as governors of states Is taken to
mean that Huerta intends to rule with
a firm hand.
Emilio Madero Reported Killed.
Emilio Madero, a brother of the late
ex-presldent Madero, has been shot
and killed north of Monterey, accord
ing to reliable Information received
here. With an escort of 3S men, Ma
dero, It is said, was attempting to loin
the rebels holding Laredo, when he was
overtaken by troops sent by Gen. Tre
vlno. Emilio Madero, in conjunction With
his brother Kaoul, began a counter
revolution at San Pedro, in the state
of Coahulla a few days ago, in the
expectation of uniting the rebels about
Saltillo with those in the Laredo dis
trict. No official confirmation was received
today of the reported death of Emilio
Tbe Zapatista Problem.
The Zapatista problem confronting
the new administration is assuming
much the same form as in the vari
ous periods of unrest. Representa
tives of Genovevo de la O, said to be
the fiercest and most bloodthirsty
of the Zapatista leaders, have sub
mitted to the department of tbe in
terior a basis on which the forces un
der him will surrender.
The principal concession this rebel
leader demands. Is the removal of
Patricio Leyva." governor of 'the state
of Morelos, a Maderlsta incumbent.
and the substitution oi a man ac
centable to the rebels. He also de
mands the. recognition in the federal
army of all grades "of ehlef and self
appointed commanders In command of
While it is not impossible that an
effort will be made to placate the
rebels, the matter of the governor
ship is regarded as Impracticable, and
it is doubtful whether other points
can be adjusted readily.
Znpntistos Continue Active.
In the south the Zapatistas continue
burning and raiding and an attack on
a military train between Ozumba and
Mexico City leaves little doubt as to
their attitude toward the new adminis
tration. The attack was of the ordi
nary ambush type. The train was
stopped by a burned out bridge and the
fighting continued for more than two
The government has sent forces
southward toward Cuernavaca along
the line of the Central railway, a por
tion of which, destroyed by rebels, will
Reports from the state of Morelos
that the work of destruction during
the last 24 hours has been more
complete than is ordinarily under
taken by the rebels.
3Inny Leaders Conciliatory.
To offset the antagonism of the Za
patistas, the government believes there
will be no difficulty In concluding ar
rangements for peace with Juan An
drew Almazan and Julio Radillo, the
two most prominent leaders in the
state of Guerrero. Nor is there much
doubt felt that arrangements can be
made by the government agents sent
to El Paso with representatives of
Benjamin Aguemedo, "Cheche"
Campos and the two Orozcos, the moat
valiant leaders, it is announced here,
have expresed willingness to co
operate. The field chiefly has been in
the district about Torreon and If the
expected arrangements are made it is
not Improbable that they will be em
ployed In combating the elements of
tie revolution centered In Coahulla.
Telegraphic communication be
tween San Luis Potost and Saltillo
has been cut it is said, by the fol
lowers of Venustianoi Carransa, gov
ernor of Coahulla, who still Is re
ported to be opposed to the admin
istration. The government Is preparing to
send troops under Gen. Robles to Coa
hulla to enforce its authority.
Suarez'n Family Leaves.
The wife and children of the late
Jose Pino Suarez left the capital last
night with the intention of proceed
ing to Yucatan.
Huerta Conciliatory But Repressive.
President Huerta Insists that h!s
will not be a government of retalia
tion oi revenge, but will devote Its
energy to the placatlon of persons
mildly antagonistic and to stern re
pression of its active enemies. As In
dicating the sincerity of the president,
most of those who were arrested im
mediately after the overthrow of Ma
dero, have been released, among them
Juan Sanchez Aacona, the late ex
president's secretary. Amnesty pn..
lamations have been sent broadcast
Rewards to Generals.
The government has not forgottc.i
to extend. rewards. As a general, Hu
erta long resented the failure of some
of his companions In arms to receive
promotion and since his assumption of
power new straps have been bestowed
upon numerous officers. Among those
thus honored was CoL Diaz Ordaz, Geo.
Felix Diaz's chief lieutenant at Vera
cruz. He was removed from the mili
tary prison to be promoted to gen
eral and named as commandant of
Veracrusz. Gen. Angeles, whose reluc
tance to join the movement against
Madero. has been released and will re-
Rodolfo Reyes, minister of justlee,
probably will retire from the cabinet,
so that he may be free to conduct his
campaign for the presidency.
State Yet In DoHbf.
Tabasco, Campeehe and Yucatan
have not yet recognized the new go
prnment. Thcrf Pino Suarez had a
t i-' following v eh has not tak n
k.r..ii'. t' ii- u Hi "win? t' f
moteness oi LliSi. states, the &ov. rn-
You'll Be Sorry
If you don't have a doz
en Photos made this
month and -get a
Hand Colored Picture
It's the best bargain of
See Our Display.
ment Is not Inclined to consider their '
attitude a menace.
Regarding the adhesion of the state
of Aguascalientes there has been '
some doubt and Gen. Carlos Garcia Hi
dalgo, chief of the staff of president
Huerta, has been sent there to take
over the government. He' is the fifth
army general to be slated for a gover- ,
Killing of Mndero. I
There has been much unofficial I
speculation as to what the attitude
of the foreign governments will be
concerning the killing of Madero and
Suarez, but diplomats are Inclined to ,
oetieve mat ineir governments win
accept for the present, at any rate
the official 'version, since It appears
impossible to establish oounter facts.
The American ambassador, Henry I
Lane Wilson, called on president j
Huerta yesterday afternoon and at iie
palace it was stated unofficially that ,
he presented representations from I
Washington for a more detailed and
circumstantial account of the deaths
tff the former president and the for
mer vice president.
The commission charged with the
investigation has taken considerable
testimony, but has made none of It
Flight of Maileros.
The flight of Ernesto Madero and
Francisco Madero, uncle and father
of the late president, became known
here only last night. Ernesto Madero
had attempted to entice the troops to
enter Into a new revolt, and orders
had been Issued for his arrest.
MORE TROUBLE FOR
THE MADERO FAMILY
Kmlllo Reported Killed In "Battle; Al
berts Held a Prisoner Llorente
Also Reported a Prisoner.
Emilio Madero. brother of the dead
president of Mexico, Is reported to have
been killed between Monterey and
Nuevo Laredo by federal troops Tues
dav. whil leadintr a force of 35 rebels.
Alberto Madero, .uncle of the former
Mexican executive, is reported to be
in prison at Chihuahua with governor
Abram Gonzales and Mexican consul E.
C Llorente. of El Paso.
Alberto Madero has been in Chihua
hua getting out the Madero cattle since
be left El Paso with Llorente, at the
time the two were wanted here on a
warrant charging them with violating
the neutrality laws, it was reportea
Tuesday thaf he had placed h'mself un
der protection of the American consul
at Chihuahua, but private advices were
received here In letters fron business
men In Chihuahua saying that the un
cle of Francisco Madero was bein 1-Jd
as a prisoner by tbe military governor.
Gen. Antonio Rabago.
The report that Llorente was under
arrest was received over the federal
telegraph line. This was received with
surprise here, as Horente and Huerta
were close friends when the provisional
president was In Juarez.
Emilio Madero. - who Is reported to
have been killed, was active In the field
around Durango during the Orozco
revolution, as a commander of volun
teers. He was also commander of ru
rales in Coahulla after the close of the
revolution. He and his brother. Raoul.
were with Huerta. at Santa Rosalia when
Homer Scott was taken prisoner by
Huerta. Emilio and Gen. Rabago and
Huerta were ojpse - friends; then. Scott
says, and he hits a picture of Rabago
and Emilio Madero riding into Santa
Rosalia together at the head' of the fed
Mexican Consul K. C. fJoront tiut
written to his attorneys In El Paso
asking what the bond In his case would
be, in the event that he comes to El
Paso to surrender himself to the
authorities. The letter was received
before the killing of Madero and the
subsequent arrest of Alberto Madero,
with whom Llorente went to Chihuahua.
It is not known whether Llorente still
wants to come to El Paso or to go to
FIGHTINGAT THE ,
Xogales, Ariz,, Feb. 2C Reports re
ceived here thl afternoon soy trouble
between government ana Mnderlsta
factions has occurred at Hermoslllo, the
state capital of Sonora. No details
have been received, but Jt Is said fight
ing has starte'd in the capital.
I1IUDGES OS cnnitJAIIIJA
DIVISION BEING REBUILT
Repair crews are roh7itlrtini tvi
bridges which were burned on the Chi
huahui division of the Mexico North 1
TVestern railroad west of Chihuahua bv
Maderina volunteers. As soon as this 1
It sows the seed for
grippe, pneumonia or
Don't trifle with syrups
and nostrums; take Scott's
drives out colds and builds
strength and resistance'
force to avoid sickness.
Ask for and INSIST on SC0TTS.
R. S.r " BV-nto' K J '
Here is another fash
ionable Spring Shoe
for the miss and
young woman. In fact,
we are now daily re
ceiving new additions
to our already numer
ous styles of Spring
and Easter Foot
wear. A glance at
our windows will
convince you that we
show a dozen styles
where others show
one, therefore it is at
the Guarantee where
you will have the least
trouble to get suited.
These extra low heel
pumps come in gun
metal and patent
GKAT&t L PASO'S
S&WSATZSr SffCS S7SW
work is completed, train service will be
resumed between Madera and Chihuahua
and more lumber will be sent out to
Chihuahua for transportation over the
Mexican Central to the El Paso mills
of the Pearson company. A long train
of lumber arrived In the Pearson mills
yard Tuesday night and the mills are
supplied with sufficient material to
MASC.U1EXAS GIVES BOND;
WILL GO TO MEXICO CITY
Manuel Mascarenas. jr., who was ar
rested here by federal officials Monday,
in connection with the Emilio Vasquez
Gomez conspiracy at San Antonio, was
released on bond late Tuesday after
noon. His bond of $2504 was arranged
by friends in El Paso, and he will go to
Nuevo Laredo to confer with Pascual
Orozco, sr., and from there to Mexico
City. He was named provisional gov
ernor of Sonora by Emilio Vasquez
Gomez and Is going to Mexico City to
induce Gen. Huerta to appoint him as
governor In place of governor Jose
Maria Maytorena. He will be accom
panied by former Mexican eopsul Ar
turo Ellas, of Los Angeles.
REBELS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
ARMISTICE TO VISIT JUAREZ
Rebels are taking advantage of the
armistice now In effect between fed?
erals and rebels. A number of the reb
els visited Juarez Tuesday afternoon
and strutted through the streets in
their khaki and corduroy uniforms and
leggings. Felipe Casares. quartermaster
general of Salasars army, was one of
the men who visited the Mexican side.
David de la Fuente and his companions
also went to Juarez before they left for
Mexico City, and call on the federal
CONSUL E. ANAYA WILL
CONTINUE AS TUCSON CONSUL
Eugene Anaya. Mexican consul at
Tucson. Ariz., was here Tuesday to see
bis brother, Juan Anaya, who was em
ployed by Gov. Abram Gonzales in the
secret service and who escaped. Con
sul Anaya says that he will continue
to act aa. consul at Tucson for the Mex
ican government, as he is a supporter
of the constitutional government of
Mexico, whoever is In power.
DR. SAENZ ACCOMPANIES
DB LA BUENTE TO CAPITAL
Dr. Jose Saeaz. who was paymaster
for Pascual Orozco during his revolu
tion, and Pedro Ratio, trainmaster for
Orozco when he controled the Mexican
Central, accompanied David de la Fu- j
cult? Itf .ncAlw yiij ucnia aiknuuvn
on the special train.
El Paso, Wednesday. Feb. 24, 1913.
El Paso and vicinity Rain tonight
,t Thursday; colder.
New Mexico Tonight and Thursday.
-now north portion, rain or snow south
, ortion: colder east portion.
West Texas Unsettled; rain In suth,
mow in north portion tonight or Thurs
i , colder.
El Paso Readings.
v. iromcter (sea level) !5.7 S9.70
11 y thermometer ......... 42 4S
Wet thermometer ..41 44
Dew point 39 41
Relative humidity 0 S4
Direction of wind SB NW
Velocity of wind 2 3
State of weather cloudy rain
':aimau last 24 hours ''
Highest ten p. last S4 hrs.. 7
Lowest temp last 12 hrs. . 41
Height of river this morning above)
nxeo sero m.irK, 11 3 reer. ino change in
last 24 hour
. S. MAT THY TUHHRCUL.OSIS
CURB AT FORT STANTON, N. M.
Washington, T C. Feb. 26 Surgeon 1
. neral Blue of t' public health st-rv-
. has arr.ingi 1 f -i tests in the ro.-
1 t hgi- n ' ifou" tto hi j
J'i . 1 i' r f ' 1 Hi i-
K'lli i-.s,. -R VJnl'll'i ltui'l.!
Sugar, best granulated, 20 lbs .-. .-,-. .r. . .$1 -00
Arkansas Black Apples, good cookers, 6 lbs 25c
Cranberries, Cape Cod grown, qt . . ., 1 Oc
Florida Grape Fruit, very choice, 3 for . .-.- 25c
New Mexico Speckled Beans, extra good, per lb. .5c
Franco American Soups, all varieties,. 3 cans 25 c
Asparagus tips, a good green tip, per can . -;.:. .: 1 0c
California Canned Fruits, 3 lb. cans, 3'for-. .... . .50c
Home made Grape Jelly, per glass . 10c
Home made Currant Jelly or plum, 2 glasses 25c
Blue Ribbon Butter, the best ever, 2 lbs v. S., 75c
Blue Ribbon Eggs, every one guaranteed, eloz 30c
Blue Ribbon Flour Guaranteed
241b., 80c 481b ...$1.55
Blue Ribbon Coffee, free of chickory, per lb 35 c
Gold Dust, largest size, per pkg 20c
Krinkle Kom Flakes) 4 pkgs. , .kh'. .25c
Bulk Starch, four lbs . . -.. .-.-... 25c
Canned Tomatoes or Com, standard pack, 3 for. .25c
All National Biscuit Co.s 10c pkgs., "3 for 25c
Canned Peas, extra sifted, exceptionally fine, 3 for 50c
Best Teas, any land or mixed, per lb ,. . . 60c
Milton H. Foster, of the service. In Sew
York by Dr. Friedmann. when he landed
Surgeon general Blue said today that
when the vaccine -was received In Wash
ington it would first be subjected to
laboratory tests, and to testa upon ani
mals and culture media. If these are
satisfactory the vaccine will be sent to
the public health service sanatorium at
Fort Stanton. X. M., for actual tests
upon sufferers from pulmonary tuber
culosis. ONE LIFE IS LOST IX
FLOOD NEAR LOS ANGBLES
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. J. One life
was lost, much damage wrought and
You Marvel How Worst Skin
Eruptions Disappear as
Result of Famous
It ytm have been fighting some blood
troubles, some eruptive skin disease, call
It eczema, lupus, psoriasis, malaria,
scrofula or what you will, there is but
one sure, safe way to cure It Ask at
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S. S. S. and you are then on the road, to
health. The action of this remarkable
remedy Is Just aa direct, just as positive,
joet as certain In s lnBuence as that
the sun rises m the east It Is one of
those rare medical forces which act In
the Wood with the same degree of cer
tainty that Is found to all natural ten
dencies. The manner In which It dom
inates and controte the mysterious trans
ference of rich, red, pure arterial Wood
lor the diseased venous Wood is raar-
Oat through every skla pore actdg;
genus and other blood impurities are
forced in the form of invisible vapor.
Tbe lungs breathe K out, the liver is
stimulated to consume a great propor
tion of impurities, the stomach and in
testines cease to odavey Into the Wood
stream the catarrhal, malarial germs;
the bowels, kidneys. Wadder and ail
emunctories of the body are marshalled
Into a fighting force to expel every ves
tige of eruptive disease.
There Is scarcely a community any--Khere
but what has its living example
of the wonderful curative effects of
S. S. S. Get a bottle of this famous
remedy to-day, and if your case ie stub
born or peculiar write to The Swift Spe
cific Co., 127 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Their medical laboratory is famous and
is conducted ly renowped experts in
blood and stun Utseases.
much good accomplished by the rainfall
of the last twodays, the greatest In
tbe history of this section.
A large area between Los Angeles
and the ocean, largely devoted to su
gar beet culture, became a small Inland
sea. Beet ranches were Inundated to
a depth of four feet, forming a lake
many miles In circumference.
Sluice gates of the canal system at
Venice. wHI be dynamited to prevent
o flood of storm waters near that city.
Burnetized osts cheaper and better
than cedar. Lander Lumber Co.
$7 and $11
Suits & Overcoats
$15 Clothes Shop
167 SAX ANTONIO ST.
Harris Krapp, Prop.
At Your Service
3aeli weak for washing
cleamly and ironing
Better accept our serv
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412-414 S. Oregon St. 1