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CHIHUAHUA, MBXICO. Feb. 25.
Gen. Luis Terrazas has given out here
a letter which he wrote some weeks
ago to the editor of "El Diarlo" in
Mexico City, for publication. Of late
the sentiment has been generally ex
pressed here that Gen. Terrazas, as a
soldier and citizen who has done a great
deal to build up the state of Chihuahua
and to serve his country, deserves ap
preciative resognKion. For two years
Silvestre Terrazas (no relative of the
general) in the newspaper. "El Correo,
aid to be controlea oy governor uou
- -Ies. has carried on a campaign of de
am lation of Gen. Terrazas which has
. i generally criticised for its vio
' . nee and injustice. But this is the first
time that Gen. Terrazas has ever con
descended to notice in any way the as
saults of nis political enemies. For this
reason, the fetter is being read with
Gen. Terrazas won friends by his
tact in leaving the state and remaining
away during most of the Gonzales-Ma-dero
regime in order to escape any
imputation of interference, and more
over the people are beginning to realize
that, whereas during the Terrazss stat
government all industries were boom
ing and peace prevailed, under the Ma
orn.Onnznips i-eeime there has been
almost constant disorder and mines and
industries have been greatly hampered.
Gen. Terrazas desires the widest pub
licity for his reply to "Kl Correo," and
his letter is sent to The Herald at his
request so that his fciends and the
public generally may be informed as to
nts position upon cerwin iuuiiu v.o
cussed public matters. The letter fol
lows: Soeght to Avoid Controversy.
"Editor of El Diarlq, Mexico. D. F.r
"For a long time past 'El Correo,' a
daily published in the city of Chihua
hua, has imposed upon itself the task
of- attacking me in a most violent ana
likewise Unjustifiable manner. The
charges which it makes and continues
to make are against acts of mine while
governor of this state, and as a private
"I have kept silent until now in order
not to provokje any controversy, to
which I am adverse, and furthermore
not to direct the attention of the public
to my humble personality. But as "Bl
Correo' continues irritating itself not
alone against me, but also against my
family. I find it Impossible to remain
mute any longer, as I fear that such
might be taken to mean that I accept
as well founded the charges of 'El Cor
reo,' notwithstanding that the whole
state of Chihuahua is well cogHlzant of
my acts as a public officer and will do
Often Resigned Governorship.
T appeal to all my co-citizens to bear
witness and to say whether on any oc
ncfam T exercised direct or Indirect in
fluence in order to be appointed gov
ernor of this state, or if at any time I
was lacking in the fulfilment of my
duties as a public officer. Everything
to the contrary, upon several occasions
I resigned from the high office with
which this federal entity invested me,
ithout in any way soliciting the same,
and of which fact I am well cognizant
"In reference to this particular. I beg
to make the following explanations:
"In 180, during the Three Tears'
v;ar, while mayor of this city, the state
was Invaded by the socalled Gen. Cajen.
I managed, together with the public
elements disposable, to organize a force;
and the conservators being successful
and the capital of the state being re
taken, I was appointed governor of the
"I- immediately resigned the high
honor conferred upon me: but a com
mittee from congress called upon me
and requested me to withdraw my
resignation, to which I acceded In view
of the circumstances.
Gave Service Freely.
which for me signifies the product of I
long years of hard work.
"I again repeat that this accusation" I
is entirely gratuitous and in order to I
base the same 'El Correo, or rather
Don Silvestre Terrazas. should present .
proof of such assertions, no matter how I
slight in the event he has such.
"My conscience is therefore entirely
tranquil, as I have completely fulfilled J
within human bounds, and consequently
witmn every puwiuimj, ij uuno o
governor of this state, and likewise as
a private citizen.
Proofs Called For.
"Since it has been endeavored to make
me appear in the opinion of the whole
country, and particularly that of Chi
huahua, as a governor deserving of
eensure and as a privata citizen to have
imposed upon his co-citizens it seems
to me just ana aue mai .",
which is my accuser, should give pre
cise Instances, demonstrate facts aqd
circumstances, and present the proofs
it pretends to have against me.
"Once such proofs have been made
public I shall answer the same imme
diately. "If "El Gorreo, or rather its editor
Don Silvestre Terrazas, thliks that I
have transgressed the laws itfany man
ner as governor and as a private citizen,
it is logic that he should present in a
conclusive manner his accusation ' be
fore the tribunal of public opinion, and
if he so desires, before competent le
"Otherwise. his accusations, his
charges, all of them indirect, all unde
fined and all cunning, will have to fall
of their own weight.
"If I am culpable as a public officer
or as a private citizen, I should be
tried, and if I merit the same, I should
be made to suffer a suitable punish
ment. Duty Requires Rejoinder.
T repeat, that if I have kept silent
heretofore it has been in order not to
Miter into controversies and further not
to irritate public attention, however,
the moment has now arrived due to the
obduracy of "El Correo,' that matters
must be defined and cleared.
"I therefore, await that my accuser
present his proofs, with the assurance
that I shall at once reply to the same.
"I profess a great respect for the
press, whose mission I consider highly
beneficial ana patriotic, wnen it mra
not fight with calumny as a weapon,
but since in this case, unfortunately
this has taken place, J. nave not oniy
the right, but the obligation to defend
myself in order that the community,
which I honor myself in belonging to,
shall not be taken unawares, and in
order to continue occupying the posi
tion with which It has seen fit to favor
me, as an honorable member thereof.
Seeks Only Retirement.
"Also in an indirect manner, 'El Cor
reo gives the public to understand that
in collaborating, as it nretends to as
sert, with the revolution of 1911, I de
sired to again occupy the governorship.
This seems to me entirely illogical, as
from the foregoing it can je seen that
while having been elected governor of
the state, I resigned therefro.-n on" vari
ous occasions. I could not now -well so
licit this honor, since for a great many
years my sole desire has been to retire
to private life, and only -s a private
citizen continue giving mr obedience,
consideration and respect to the legally
"I beg of you. 3ir. Editor, to pardon
the molestation which the indicated
matter obliges me to inflict upon you,
and thanking you in advance for the
publication hereof, I remaio, with due
attention your affectionate, attentive
and obedient servant
(a) "LUIS TERRAZAS."
12 PRISONERS IN
Nine Are Given Terms in the
Penitentiary; Four Jury
Trials in One Day.
The El Paso Herald's automobile
leaves The Herald office at 3:20
oclock every afternoon, except Sun
days, for all points on county road
and for Las Cruces. The car returns
to El Paso from The Herald's Las
Cruces office (the Postoffice News
stand) at 10 a. m. Arrangements
can be made with Dessaner Bros., sS,
Las Cruces, for delivery of The Her
ald. Items for the Las Cruces de
partment will be given careful at
tention if mailed to Mrs. Herbert
Yeo, P. O. box 402, or telephone to
her at phone 273.
While Battle Is Fought Around Its Office
Mexican Herald Prints News of Madero's Fall
Graphic Account of the Bark Days in Mexican Capital Is Given rn'Issaes of an
American Paper Published There.
ORK current history is being re- and says that he was taken while his
"Afterwards and during the French j
TEN THOUSAND CLUB
Cloudcroft N. 1L.- Feb. 27. A" 10.000
club is being organized here under
the auspices of the Business Men's as
sociation. The plan of the new organ
ization Is to have a summer population
of 10,000 people in Cloudcroft by 1915.
The plan includes the erection of a
large number of moderate priced rental
cottages and rooming houses for the
people who will come to Cloudcroft for
the summer, if the rates are attractive.
A publicity campaign is also being con
sidered to attract the attention of the
country to Cloudcroft's possibilities as
a summer resort
Preparations are being made at Mes
cal ero to house the apache Indians who
are to be brought from Oklahoma in
the spring and made a part of the
Mratcalero Indian reservation colonv
intervention. and the meritorious presi- I These Indians are the remaining mem-
dent of the republic. Lie Don Benito , bers of the Geronimo tribe of warriors.
Juarez, being here in Chihuahua, I was J They will be located northeast of Cloud
elected governor by popular vote, and croft and will be under the care of
taking into consideration the terrible J the agency at ilescalero.
circumstances through which the coun- The Cloudcroft directorate is having a
try -was passing at the time, and with number of improvements made on the
i-,a nhiM nf servimr my fatherland i streets of Cloudcroft in anticipation
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SCHWXVGI,B VS. KIBIiER. CASE
Austin, Tex Feb. 27. The supreme
icourt has affirmed the case' of Vene
Tanda. Scbwingle vs. CL C Kieler, from
El Paco county. The appelant sought
to recceer one-half of the property of
Jacob Schwingle on the ground that
she had been his common law wife.
The court today decided against her,
folding that In order to constitute a
common law marriage or make it valid
the cohabitation must be professedly as
2m&band and wife and public so that
ij their conduct towards each other
they may be known as husband and
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Rf-fhester, N. .
the object of serving my fatherland
with my humble services, in those cruel
moments I occupied the high station,
and furthermore in consideration of the
penury in which the whole country and
the state was. I ceded my salaries In
order to assist in the expenses of the
"I was again . elected the next term,
and prior to the termination of the con
stitutional period I presented ray resig
nation. After which other parties oc
cupied the state government
Later CoL Don Miguel Ahumada oc
cupied the position, and on account of
his resigning. I was again elected gov
ernor, which position I held for a little
more than a year, -when I requested an
indefinite leave of absence, and did not;
again take charge.
Paid Off Large Debt.
"1 must here state that during thelatter
period 1 paid off more than ?100,000 of
the state's indebtedness, over $30,000 of
the cltjrs indebtedness, ana leit a con
siderable amount in the state treasury.
"On all the occasions in which, I re
peat, without soliciting the same. I was
elected to the first magistracy of the
state by entirely voluntary election of
my co-citizens. I insist, I never gave
any indications of such desire to my
friends, nor did I ever bring any pres
sure of whatsoever nature to bear upon
those whom I might have considered as
Never Pursued Opponents.
"I have always acted in a like man-l-er
with my rivals and adversaries. It
is public and notorious that while in
cbarze of the government of Chihuhua
during the Three Tears' war and the
French, intervention, once the good
cause had triumphed, never did I prose
cute the enemies of 'La Reforma,'
ror the adherents of intervention in any
way, as I might have done If I had seen
fit to revenge myself against my po
litical or personal enemies.
"During all the terms in which I held
office as governor of the state. "I pre
sented, as the constitution of the same
requires, my accounts to the legisla
ture, which saw fit to approve the
T likewise endeavored, in all cases
where it depended upon me, that the
public employes, and especially those
of the treasury department wnich is
such a delicate charge, should be per
sons of well known probity and hon
esty. Challenges Proof.
"I do not in any manner pretend to
have, committed no errors as governor.
We all know that human infallibility
does not exist But I do harbor the
conviction that I never did execute an
unjustifiable act. and if 'El Correo'
thinks that I did. It should adduce before
public opinion the proofs it pretends to
"Both as governor and as a private
citizen. 'El Correo' accuses me of hav
ing been a despoller. I likewise appeal
to the same respectable tribunal of tny
co-citlzens; for them to say; whether
either in the discharge of the govern
ment of the state or as a private citi
zen. I have ever committed an act out
side of the limits of honesty or that of
ar 'mad version.
."As a citizen I have always tried to
comply with my duties, and have always
been submissive and respectful to the
constituted authorities, and not only
1th superiors but also with inferiors.
- .pTf'' Not Even Know Oreico.
JM Correo1 in an artful manner, also
accuses me of haing collaborated in
the resolution initiated last year by
Eon Pascual Orozco This is an en
tire gratuitci-s and slanderous charge.
I do not know Orozco. On account of
the revolution I had to remain absent
from the state for a long time, and
rurthermore it is a public and notori
ous fact tnat m interests have suffered
gnatlv dui.nu- ti- .' tim, and due to tho
I I oiiitiom-'v i , it n, r oral losses hi "
streets of Cloudcroft in anticipation
of the opening of the resort next sum
mer. The work Is being done by J. W.
Brackuill and the streets are being
covered with caliche and gravel.
SHEEP IN ARIZONA
READY FOR SHEARING
Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 27. Thousands
of sheep are In the foothills of the
Bradshaw mountains, north of Phoenix,
ready to be drifted down to the deserts
and shearing pens as soon as the pres
ent heavy rains and snows are over.
For weeks the sheepmen have been
hoding their flocks back in the hills,
waiting for rainfall to insure ample
feed on the mesas. All doubt has
Some sheep nave been sneared at
Beardsley. Cave Creek, Hot Springs
Junction and Congress Junction. Oper
ations were suspended there, however,
more than a week ago. They will be
resumed within a day or two.
MARKSMANSHIP BADGES FOR
TTJCUMCARI COMPANY ARRIVE
Tucumcari, N. M.. Feb. 27. Capt B. T.
Littleton, commanding company L, first
infantry, N. M., national guards, has
reeeived the marksmanship badges for
members of his command who qualified
during the season of 1912. They will
be presented" at once-
The Tucumcari Livery company, a new
company, has been formed by Dr. Fred
A. Groves and W. M. Howe. The busi
ness will be opened this week in the
Wasson adobe building on the, corner of
First and Center streets.
'MAX ARRESTED AT CUTTER
. HAD MUCH JEWELRY WITH TDM
Cutter, N. M.. Feb. 27. Following the
robberv of Lee Eliot's store In Rlncon,
N. SL. a man was captured one mile
north of Cutter by a posse led by
George Shults and D. J. McCauley. He
was found asleeD by a pile of ties. He
had In his possession about ?380 worth
of jewelry, knives and razors, also a
lot of coats and caps and post cards.
which were said to hare disappeared
from the Harvey house in Rlncon about
a week ago. He is about 25 years of age,
and an American Deputy Louis Shriner,
of Rlncon. came in his auto from Ble
phat Butte, where he was searching for
the prisoner, and win take him to Rln
con to be tried.
BISBEE "WATER USERS '
Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 2?. The investiga
tion by the Arizona Corporation com
mission of the rates charged by the
Bisbee-Naco Water company has stirred
up a veritable hornet's nest At the
first meeting of the commission the
city hall, where the meeting was held,
was beseiged by water consumers. The
most oUhe complaints pertained to the
rates charged and the service given,
but there were many "kicks" over the
fact that the meters are kept locked
therefore keeping the consumers from
reading them. Further complaints were
that leakage was charged up to the
consumers. The meetings will be con
tinued all this week, with experts, both
for the ivater company and the com
mission, to be heard.
Las Cruces, N. M., Fob. 27. Judge
Medler, of tle third district court now
in session here, has sentenced 12 pris
oners. Nine of the number will be
taken to the penitentiary at Santa Fe J
this week. There is one reform school
sentence and two suspended sentences I
during good benavlor of the culpriti
The prisoners sentenced are: James S.
Osborne, burglary, one and a half to
three years; Eligio Carrillo. highway
robbery, two to three years; Harry E.
Gunning, obtaining money under false
pretenses, 15 months to two year?; H.
W. Van Sllke, larceny, one year; Ernest
Xeilson. grand larceny, 2 1-3 and 2 1-2
years: Jose de Luz Elize. horse stealing,
$500 fine and two and a half to three
and a half years; Harry Dailey and
William Mead, defrauding, two to three
years; Eugenio Garcia, highway rob
bery, one year, .sentence suspended;
Fred Ogle, burglary, one'vear. sentence
suspended: Miguel Dominguez. assault
with deadly weapon, six months In
county jail; Anastacio Mendez, burglary,
two years in reform school; Willis
Fletcher, larceny, two years in reform
school, sentence suspended during good
Besides the above cases, a number of
civil cases have been disposed of, many
of which were by compromise and the
dockets are unusually clear.
One important trial in which all Las
Cruces citizens are much Interested Is
the case, the state vs. mayor Mitchell
et aU which is set for argument on
Excounty treasurer Oscar Lohman
has given bond for $2500 in the matter
of the two indictments brought against
him by the grand jury for alleged
Judge Medler has the distinction of
hearing four Jury cases in one day.
To Survey Wagon Road.
The reclamation service will have a
wagon road surveyed from Selden to a
point between Rlncon and Hatch, join
ing the road from Rincon to Hatch.
When the county completes Che road
from here to Selden and the reclama
tion service builds the road from Sel
den to that point a good road will then
be furnished from here to the Rincon
Messrs. E. G. Sites and Conover have
returned to their work for the reclama
tion service at La Mesa after several
days spent surveying a line from Defin
ing . to the Mexican border under the
directions of the United States geolog
The Sew and So society met at the
home of Mrs. Lytton R. Taylor In the
Hinton addition yesterday afternoon.
The following were in attendance: Mes
dames Morgan. Bnady. lies. Hatcher,
Ward. Mlnatree. Hinton. Kelly. Kelso.
Teo, Saunders, Lowe, Burke and Miss
Helen Burke. Refresaments were
served. The next meeting of the club
will be at the home of Mrs. Minetree in
the Hinton addition.
Mrs. A. Jacoby entertained the So
cial club yesterday afternoon In honor
of Mrs. E. S. Nashblr. of Safford. Ariz.,
and Mrs. Fhlebus Freudenthal, of Solo
monsville. Ariz., and Mrs. Morris Freu
denthal. of this place. The color scheme
was green and yellow. The guests each
received handsome hat pins as souven
irs of the occasion. Mrs. E. B. Day
won first club prize, a large box of
candied fruit, and Mrs. Hamilton re
ceived second prize a hand painted
palm souvenir of California. Miss Alice
Foster received the consolation prize,
Rev. E. B. Atwbod, of Alhnquerque.
the Baptist secretary of missions for
New Mexico, accompanied Rev. H. F.
Vermillion, pastor of the Baptist church
of this place, to El Paso, where they
held a conference with Dr. J. T. Love,
of Dallas, who is assistant secretary of
the home mission board of the South
ern Baptist convention, -with reference
to the work In New Mexico. Later they
held a meeting with Dr. H. Allen Tap
per, president of the International
Peace Forum, who was in El'Paso on
his way to Mexico.
Francis Peacock, the 2 year old child
of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Peacock, of Mi
randa avenue, is recovering from a fall
irom me Dea to tne floor, seriously
hurting one arm.
W. E. Campbell, who for over a year
was an employe of the reclamation
service, has resigned his position and
will seek employment in another field
John C Redd, who lately went into
the dairy business, has had plans drawH
up for a milk cooling plant
,2 4 J Sampson, of Santiago. CaL, vis
ited his son, Wilbur, near town, a few
-Aiex Travice went to El Paso, "hav
ing secured a position.
ceived in El Paso from Mexico
City in the Mexican Herald,
which resumed publication on Feb. 19,
after beine under the embargo placed
upon all publications in the capital by J
Gen. Huerta, acting upon oraers irpm
president Madero. The composing
rooms and linotypes had been sealed
by Gen. Huerta's aide, and orders given
for no more papers to be printed, "for
the public good.--
The American publication in the
Mexican capital resumed on the morn
ing following the overthrow of the Ma
dero government It contains many in
teresting stories of the event"! which
took nlace in the capital during the
ten days of the bombardment and gives j
new side lights on the situation.
It is the minor happenings which
show the stres under which the people
of the city were working that is the
most interesting thing referred to by
Indifference In Face of Danscr,
The spirit of apathy In the face of
a terrific bombardment by high power !
.w...... .. ....Mr... ..1m 1.1a nl ,1,1. I t.li ?n A.,,... '
guns IB icuiat&auic oiu is,c ,&;. uv;
to the danger is noticeable throughout
the accounts of the last days of the
Madero government and the first, of the
Huerta de facto government The
newsDaner itself was edited almost
in the cannon's mouth, for it tells of
a bombardment which made conversa
tion almost impossible in its office.
As soon as the firing at the arsenal
and palace would cease at dusk, the
people would scurry from their homes
to buy provisions and the little stores
would open their doors and do a lively
business for a short time. Even during
the day when the firing would cease
the people would rush Into -the streets
for supplies and hurry back to shelter
as the boom of the big guns would
start again, or the rap-rap of the me
tallic counding machine guns would I
begin to hammer.
The telephone girls at the exchange
stuck to their posts until a shell had
destroyed the entire switchboard of
one exchange. In the other exchange
the girls remained on duty and gave
invaluable service to the people Of the
city during the bombardment assisting
American Ambassador AVilson to locate
the American refugees and send autos
for them. A substantial appreciation
of the services of these brave girls was
given them in the form of a eash purse,
which was made up at the American
embassy, and to which all nationalities
Americans Do Good Service.
Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson is
highly praised by the newspaper for
his work in aiding foreign refugees
regardless of their nationality and in
bringing about peace by treating with
Gen. Huerta. The American surgeons
were also praised for- their daring in
treating people within the fire inm.
a Dr. ityan going repeatedly into the
firing line to rescue wounded non
combatants. On Wednesday normal conditions
were again being restored. Horses
and bodies had been burned In the
streets and debris had been piled in the
streets and hauled away by the street
cleaning department as soon as the
bombardment ended. Long lines of
funeral street cars were moving
through the street to the ceme
teries, as no burials had taken place
since the battle started. No families
accompanied these funeral cars many of
which were loaded with officers who
had been killed during the battle.
Streets which had been torn up to
make breastworks for the federal ar
tillery were being replaced when the
paper went to press. Crowds were rid
ing in carriages to the scenes of the
fighting and examining the damage
done by tlie heavy eeson. Many of
the buidings which were razed by the
artillery fire were being rebuilt as
early as Wednesday and mechanics
were at work plastering over the walls
which had been scarred by the rifle
and machine gan fire.
Xcw Version of Gustavo's DentE.
A somewhat different version of the
killing of Gustavo Madero Is given in
the Mexican Herald of Wednesday. It
tells of his arrest at the restaurant
hands and feet were bound, to the ar
senal. where, believing that he was
to be executed, he begged for his life,
claiming that he was only a private, cit
izen. He then started to run. the story
says, and he was shot by a former aide
of Gen. Bernardo Reyes and " not by
Rodolpho Reyes, as was reported.
Gen. Basso, commander of the pal
ace, was executed in the palace yard.
It was said that he was the man who
gave the fatal order on Sunday after
noon when Gen. Bernardo Reyes was
killed in front of the palace. He died
crying, "Viva Mexico." and bared his
breast to the bullets of the firing
Demonstifetlon For Peace.
The most dramatic story of the
events folowing the arrest of Madero
until his death, is the one of the demon
stration for Huerta and Diaz in the
Zocalo. at sunset of Tuesday, following
the overthrow of the Madero govern
ment Madero and his cabinet had
been arrested at one o'clock in the
palace, by Gen. Blanquet The news
had spread over the city and the bells
In the cathedral had proclaimed It to
the people at five o'clock. Guards of
iebels had been stationed in some of
the streets, but these were removed
and the crowds poured into the streets
and filled the Zocalo. opposite the na
tional palace. People had war until
they welcomed peace at any cost, and
the demonstration for Diaz and Huerta '
was in reality one for peace. Gen. Hu
erta, wearing his khaki fatigue uni
form and cap which he had worn
during the battle, appeared on the
balcony of the palace with Gen. Blan
quet dressed in a dress uniform with
medals on his breast Several times
Huerta attempted to speak, but his
voice was lost in the shouts and vivas.
Finally his thin voice could be heard
above the crowd's cries.
"Mexicanos, hermonos, ya no babre
canonazos. Ha llegodo la paz."
'"Mexicans, brothers; there will be
no more cannonading. Peace is here."
He continued to address them in a
soldier-like, direct way. telling them to
go home and help bring about the
peace which they all desired. As If
this was a command the crowd melted
away and went to their homes as soon
as he had finished his address.
Banker Ham Escapes.
Additional details of the escape of
the prisoners from the Belem prison are
given in the Herald of Friday. Feb. 14,
which was delayed in the mails. Among
the prisoners who were released were
George L Ham. the Canadian banker,
who was imprisoned because of Ir
regularities in a bank he conducted
Mexico City. Ben Wilson. Robert-
IN SANTA FE YARDs
Mr. J. A. Hampton, Car Re
pairer, Tells Some Things
About Plant Juice.
T am telling all the boys in th9
Santa Fe yards about Plant Juice "
said Mr. J. A. Hampton, car repairer
for the Santa Fe. and whose home 13
2008 Bury Street. Fort Worth. Mr
Hampton is one of the best known and
moat popular employees of the shops.
Tes, I am telling them about Plant
Juice and what it has done for me. A
lot of my friends are taking Plant
Juice. I bought three more bottles
last night; it sure has done me a world
of good. I suffered with kidney and
stomach trouble and Plant Juice is the
only thing that has ever brought me
permanent relief." ,
Those who take Plant Juice find Im
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To begin with your appetite will im
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lose that feeling of languor and de
pression, you will feel brighter and
more fit for the day's work. If you
suffer with kidney, liver, stomach or
blood ailments Plant Juice will do yoj
more good than, anything you hav
ever taken. For sale at Kelly & Pol
PLBXTY OF RAIX ASD .
SXOW IS ARIZONA
Phoenix. Ariz. Feb. 27. For nearly
a week heavy rains and snows ha-rt
been falling throughout northern Ari
zona. Reports from Yavapai, Cocomn
and other northern counties are that
the snowfall records of a quarter of a
century have been broken.
It is expected that the rain and snow
will have the effect of adding greatlv
to the amount of water stored in the
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Crump and Larry Martin. Americans.
The prisoners were being marched
from Belem prison to the police bar
racks when the Diaz forces opened
fire on the prison. They broke ranks
and eight were shot None of the
Americans were hit and afterwards
were supplied with clothing by Ameri
can residents and made their escape
from the city. In this same issue a
vivid description of how some cadets,
fighting for Diaz poured a. fire from
machine guns into federal troops who
were preparing to go into battle, and
were sitting along the curb of one of
the principal streets.
Unknown Hundreds Killed.
The number of killed was not known.
In spite of the heavy bombardment of
"re " Jari vi tne iignt. people ap
peared on the streets in great numbers,
thus accounting for the heavy loss of
lire among noncombatants. Newsboys
even shot dice in the streets over which
cannon balls were screaming. One ball
struck the American club, and fell at
the feet of the manager, spinning like
a ?P and so hot Jt could not be touched.
The joint proclamation of Diaz and
Huerta appeared in ttie Herald of
Wednesday following the Madero over
throw, on the front page in Bnslish
and covering the entire back page m
hJL11- wThl official ri-espondenci
between Huerta and ambassador Wil
Boa was also printed in detail, a Her
aW reporter acting as interpreter for
""- " ib translating Mr. Wilson 3
fish?5' Huerta co' no Eng-
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It. quickly curing chronic and acute
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compound. Take these two ingredients
home and put them in a half pint of
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take a tablespoonful before each meal
and at bedtime." Good results come
after the first few doses. If your drug
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be influenced to take a patent medi
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Her Troubles Were Too Nu
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Date Back Twenty Years.
Southern Pacific train o. 2, from the
west due at 5:12 p. m.. will arrive at
5:32 p. m. Texas & Pacific train from
the east due at 9:40, is reported one
hour late. All other afternoon and
evening trains are reported on time for
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Ppmeroys Bl
Paso transfer. Phone 2444.
Rancher Kllla Prowler.
Reno, Nev., Feb. 27. J. Wollam. -a
rancher, shot and killed a prowler at
his ranch near here. The dead man was
known as "Sheeney Jim" and had been
employed as a teamster on railway
construction work at Wadswerth.
Wollam declared the man had tried to
force an entrance to the ranch house.
Drs. Brown, dentists. 206 Mills BIdg.:
phone 932-X. v "
For house wlrlnjr and fixtures see
the National Telegrapnone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
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BADGES ARE ORDERED FOR
CATTLE CONVENTION DELEGATES
Badges for the delegates to the cattle
men's convention have been ordered.
They are to be the usual "sombreriios"
and will have ribbons attached. The
train carrving the El "Paso delegation
will leave hero Sunday afternoon. J. V.
Tarrlv a prominent sheep raiser of Silver
t ltv M !us fr.'Tir to AmarilTn i
t J.-r I 1 P .. 1 In m-t the 191J
conAcntion for this c.ty,
LA MESA YOUNG PEOPLE
HAVE BA.TRIDE AND DANCE
La Mesa, N. M, Feb. 27. The young
men ot La Mesa entertained the young
women with a hayride to the Black
Mesa. A lunch was furnished by the
young women. Afterwards dancing was
.uumsra in at tne nome or Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Hyland. The crowd was
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Hans. Those present were: Mr. Hawley
and Miss Mary Livesay, Renlck Llvesay
and Pearl Lyles, B. W. Brown and
Louie Livesay, Guy Adair and Robbie
-asue, Lloyd Williamson and Ruth
,3lB5 S"7" RJsbaberger, of Berlno.
Tktted Mr. and Mrs. F. H. White.
W. C Meade was a visitor to El Paso
MiSS MRrv T.luooar to .InlM.f. --
tives m Anthony. ' '""""6 ""
..MrL, BJckerson has returned from
the Elephant Butte dam where she
WWk vl8ltlDS her daughter. Mrs.
.,VF",J?" White was a business vls
,toJ, to Bl Paso this week.
viifff Mam"? Adair, of El Paso, Is
jwttlng her sister, Mrs. A. p. Wllllam-
fni ?C Deuel and ? Kentuer. of Med-
F. H. White.1" T,B,UnS Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. NorriR TTTr.TT-ii rnii
!Pi?? veral weeks with Mrs.' B.H
John Kadow has left for California.
JAMES T. WILLLVMS TO
T. SDF BOSTON TRANSCRIPT
T.SV.Wnams' Jr- owner oftho
Tucson Citizen and the Glob sii.
2? IP Arizona, has been aDDointed
Mrt0w?.??,ef .f e Boston TraSscript
Mr. Williams is best known in wh.
Boy Is Killed Under Snow.
Aspen, Colo., Feb. 27. Edward Frost,
aged 19. son of A W. Frost, was killed
la a snowsltde on Bast Asp an moun
tain. The youth and his father were
hauling a load of ore from the Visno
mine in Spahr Gulch. The boy. who
was on the rear of the sled, was
crushed against the sled and buried
under the snow. The father brought
rescuers who extricated the body.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bid;,".
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
U; S. To Aid Injared Employes.
Washington, D. C Feb. 27. A care
fully drawn system of compensation for
personal injuries of Panama canal em
ployes is embodied in an executive order
promulgated by president Taft to take
effect after March 1. The Panama canal
act. passed last August, directed the
president to provide the method for
adjusting the claims of employes.
Dr. Morford, obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren & kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 218 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and
Internal diseases. 403 Jioberts-Bon. Bid.
of PjHncess Victoria Louise, daughter
01 the German emperor, to prince Xr
nest August, son of the duke of Cum
berland, will take plaee on May 24. the
same day on which thefcourt will cele
brate the silver anniversary of the wed
ding of prince Henry of Prussia.
Dr. Ratllff, dentist. 304 Casles hldg.
Dr. T. W. Cravrilev ava t. aa .. j
throat, 412-1S M1MS B4dg4 pho'ne 1.
M?ir' Zttie . osteopath, 410
Mills Bldg, phone 141.
Thaw Refuses to Testify.
Albany, N. Y Feb. 27. Having re
fused to testify before governor -Sui- i
zers committee of Inquiry at the
Matteawan hospital Harry K. ThW will
be given no further opportunity to tell
what he knows concerning the recent
efforts to bring about his release.
Agents of the committee are endeavor
ing to locate H. A. Hoffmann. Thaw's
agent, whom John N. Anhut, a New
York lawyer, testified gave htm a 'Con
tingent retainer" of $36,000 to -secure
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 328 Mosa. Ave.
Dr. Paget, dentist, 501 Roberts-BaBner.
Norfolk Merchants Indicted.
Norfolk. Va Feb. 27. Bight local
merchants were indicted by the federal
grand jury for bribery, consolraev t
defraud the United States or for mak
ing false claims upon the United States
in connection with the commissary
steward scandal In the Atlantic fleet.
No steward was indicted.
Dr. A. T. Still Octeopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In .chief:
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grate Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians:
201 West Missouri street.
Jonesboro, Ark. Mrs.
:"2i """" "" inoeny aid cor
respondence work and was attached to
tht Associated Press. He Was on? o?
tne latter association's men to cover
I DaPanes;R5?.esi?n P806 conference
at Portsmouth. N. H.. and later was ap
pointed by president Roosevelt a na
tional civil service commissioner
Mr. Williams then went west on ac
count of his health and on his return
to Washington he resumed correspond
ence work, acting for the Boston Trans
cript and the New York Evening Post
Mr Williams is only 34 vears old
Latel the position of Uitornn-hief of
the Transcript has b. en fill, d tem
I.'ir.inl t l.lnmlW JIu7. n,n
Continue Probe of A. S. R. Co.
Washington. D. C. Feb. 27. The de
partment of justice has resumed its in
vestigation of the American Smelting
and Refining' company to determine
whether it is a "smelter trust," in viola
tion of the Sherman anti-trust law.
C H. Williams & Co., 323 S, Stan ten,
painting and paperhanglng.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist, Z1G-Z1S Mills Bids.
Rctnrns From ias "Wga.
Porter W. Dent, examiner for the
reclamation service, has returned from
Las Vegas. N. M., where he has been
investigating suits to be filed against
ianu unaer tne tiooao project to se
cure apportionment of irrigation water.
GU1, of No. 128 Miller Street, tils city,
says:. -About 20 years ago, I suffered
a complete break-down in health. I was
very weak, and eould not do any work.
For years. It was hired help and treat
ments that got aHmy money. None of
these medicines did me any sood.
Someone told me to take Cards!. 1
bad seen H advertised, but I thought it
would be like every thine w .
would do me se good. One day I got a
bottle, and one bottle did me so much
Rood, I was surprised and teok some
wore. It cured me.
Before I took Carful, 1 had headache
and boekaafee.-aaa sometimes I would
ory for hoars. New I am over all that,
and can do aH feted of howework. I
think It fa the greatest raediclne on
Tou may beBire, when Cardul will
relieve and nr& omm.1. -
- --. & wrHHB case as
Mrs. MeGIirs. that it will. m more
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who have no serious symptoms, but are
Jest weak and ailing.
Cardnl may be .the very medicine your
system ha long been needing.
Try It and see.
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EeltmLT? - - book. "Home
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YOUR HAIR IS TURNING GREY -AND
IT MAKES YOU LOOK OLD
Dr. Jones. Feet Specialist. Mills BldC
Open at night by appointment Phons 78S
Dr. Jamlesen. diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; SIS Mills Bldg.
Yee Gees Free.
Yee Ah Kim, Chinese person who
claimed to have been born It the Unit
ed States and proved it. we released
from, custody Wednesday afternoon
by United States commissioner G. B.
Oliver. Yee was charged with being
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Lender Lumber Co.
Chiropodist, Urs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Headquarters for Mazda lamps. Gem
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Prince .h I.oulne to "Wed on May St. 1
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application for a position "Turned
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He discovered that his grey hairs
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