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CALLS El PO i SDH VERDUN' VILLAS ON 111 'IrfflHlfi .
Starmount, With His Imag
ination, Sends Out An
other1 N. E. A. Story.
rom the Pensacola Journal of Sat
tjiil.iv, Alsrch 2:., ramei the informa
ttnn i hat Kl Paso is "a second Verdun,'
nnil that the foothills of the city are
lmsMing with machine guns disguised
in hav stuck The story appearing
in the Penania paper Is under the
smnauire of I,oun .1. Starmont, News
jiipfi KnterprKe association the man
thIki unit out the storv to all papers
joiiMvtngr the neriicp of this associa
timi, that El I'aso societv women and
Kit's were going to the club hops
h imed with pistols and tifles and that
rverj KI Paso kitchen is an arsenal.
His latest effusion in the Pensacola
Kl Pano is a fortr.n an American Ver-
Hut Kl Paso does not know It.
in the foothills of th Franklin moun
f.t In-, but s few hundri'd feet from norni
f iIia nulling bumcalow that clamber up
til. si. I. m i.f the ptl H.I. I.' hills American
field pieces are located behind rocks sn.l
In Irin reads to sweep the border with
their rain of ateel. If any hostile move
should be made by Mexico
"Alone the Rio Orande. batteries of ma
chine (uns. firing shots a minute, point
muules toward Juarei and spots along ins
river from which bandit raids mlsnt orlft
nste I Joined a group of soldiers anparent'v
Idllng i In .vards from one of the rou.
cornered concrete aplrea that mark the in
Throosrh field glasses we looked over In
to Mexico I climbed on a six tiered pile
of baled sltaw to see better. My foot slipped.
A soldier caught me.
'Ton pretty near stepped on the h.-t-ter
he said, 'this straw aln t piled verj
What do you mean by battery?' he was
asked . -,
'There are six machine guns beneatn
these baics." he replied.
"With SO or HO of thee machine guns
strung along the border, you can see wn.i
cbanie an body of men ha" of approach
ing El Pnso through this fire
" And take It from me.' said the ebaii
who caught me on the straw pile, -ttier
son't he any trouble getting these guns to
ork si there was at Columbus
KL PASO HERALD
IS fl BIG
"WVflv-EiHl Edition, April 1-2. 1016.
Pancho and Hip. to Be Tried ! Brought in From Front on
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By Federal Court on a
Judge Wm. B. Sheppard of the north
ern federal district of Florida will pre
side at the April term of the federal
court for the western district of Texas,
which begins Monday morning: at 9
oclock in the federal building The
first action of the court will be the
impaneling of the grand and petty
The' chief smuggling case will be the
case of the United States government
against the Francisco Villa and Hipoli
to Villa families for smuggling jewels
valued at $8000 into the United States.
The jewels were found In a safe on
South Leon street.
The petitioners for naturalization to
the court are: Hector Camille Bally,
Belgian; Daniel Arthur Gestean.
French. Frank Nell. English. .lulius
Sl-aul, German: Frank Martin I'ukli,
Austrian, and Meyer Tabackman, Rus
sian. Habeas Corpus for Womnn.
The first hearing by the court will
be a habeas corpus proceeding insti
tuted by counsel for Zanieb Ameen,
who is alleged by the Immigration of
ficials to be an alien and In the United
States unlawfully. She has been de
tained by the immigration officials and
the proceeding Is to secure release
from confinement In the county jail.
Next upon the docket comes a case
which was carried over from the last
term of court: Wm. C Winston vs.
Orson P Brown, suit over contract to
trade land in El Paso county for land
near Roswell. N. M, and the breaking
of the contract by Mr Brown
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Stretcher; Ten Others
to Base Hospital.
In a drizrling rain which soaked the
soldiers a-they alighted from the train, .
a stretcher was carried from tho bag
gage car of the Golden State limited
Friday afternoon and Into the union
station with an army blanket thrown
over the patient to keep the rain from
felling on him.
lie was Pvt. Blair, of the Sixth Infan
try, who was suffering from appendi
citis and was brought into Columbus
from the fiont in an army ambulance
and transferred to the army base hos
pital at Fort Dliss for an operation.
With the stricken infantryman were 10
other lnfantr and cavalrv soldiers. One
was a big negro of the 10th cavalry who
had been sent back from the front with
stomach trouble. He insisted upon car
r ing his end of the stretcher, although
he limped badly with swollen feet,
One white soldier with shaven head
and dust covered clothes, carried his
full field kit on his back, while an of
ficer was In charge of the hospital
squad, with his rifle strapped across his
back, his automatic pistol strapped to
his right hip and his blanket roll on his
None of the soldiers, except Pvt Blair,
were in a serious condition and were
aWe to walk from the train to the wait
Ine; ambulances with their rain soaked
Red Cross flags flapping against the
sides of the wagons. The men were
taken to Fort Bliss In two ambulances.
They attracted much attention from the
rt a at th station and were sur
rounded by a crowd of tourists from
tho trains which were arriving in the
M.itlon. In the crowd were two Mexican
Sirls who were watching the train for
anv Mexican wounded who might be
brought back from the front
Bit of Itomnncc.
As the ambulance rolled down San
Fianclsco street the eastbound Golden
State limited pulled out of the station
and one of the sick soldiers waved his
battered campaign hat at a girl who
was standing on the rear platform of
the train. The girl waved her handker
chief to him until the train disappeared
around the curve at the Neff-Stiles coal
bv c.no. ir. cLEiinvrs.
rasas Grandes, Mexico, via Radio to
Columbus, N. M . April 1. Now that It
is confirmed that Villa was wounded
seriously In the fight when he attacked
Guerrero Sunday. It is believed to be
hut a matter of a few days till his
hiding place will be ferreted out and
the arch bandit brought to Justice.
The report that three Americans
were killed by Vlllistas at Mlnaca. sent
from Kl Taso, is not confirmed here.
The exploit of the cavalry in routing
Villas forces in a running fight Wed
nesday has had a cheering effect upon
the men and officers or this camp,
particularly upon the older campaign
ers, who are telling tales of the Sev
enth's prowess) with especial reference
to the heroic action of tho squadron
which fought to death with Custer
Tne weatner nere Is particularly cold
today and Is giving the aviators who
are patrollng the lines of, communica
tion added hardships. Crossing of the
famous Chocolate Pass Is particularly
LIEUT. G0RRELLL FLIES SOUTH
WITH ARMY'S CONGRATULATIONS
Columbus, N". M., April 1. Ucut. Kd
gar S. Gorrell of the army aero corps,
left today caroing dispatches to Gen.
Pershing, among which were a num
ber of congratulatory messages for the
general and for Col. Dodd.
Advices received here Friday con
cerning the fight at Guerrero said Col.
Pcdd's troops, approaching through an
nnoo, attacked VllhVs camp as the
Mexicans lay asleep. Villa's tent was
pitched on a knoll at the rear and the
bandit leader escaped during the fight
ing which lasted five hours- The bat
tlefield was left strewn with dead
Mxicans when the 10 mile chase of
the bandits into the hills commenced.
GEN. CALLES PROMOTED;
NOW COMMANDS MORE MEN
Douglas. Arlt. April 1. Gen P. E.
Calles. military governor of Sonora, has
been promoted to rank of general of
brigade, commanding about 10,000 men
instead of 4000 as previously, according
to an announcement by Mexican consul
Consul Llevler said Gen. "it. M. Die
guez has been sent to Jalisco to resume
office sm military governor of that
state, and Gen. F. R. Serrano has been
iecalled to Quoretaro to become chief
of staff to Gen. Obregon, minister of
A.;nnv Cn1i3;nva T.anvn t.n
mucilMau ouimciiJ "vuiu w j
Love Buzzacott Because
of Mulligan Wagon.
William A. Buizacott. about whom
little aureoles have gathered in the
past three weeks because of his in
genious field kitchen now in use with
the punitive expedition In Mexico ar
rived hi El Paso Frldav afternoon from
Columbus and departed three how'
later for Chicago where he goes In the
Interest or his patent and for the pui -chase
of additional sunplie
lie Laughed Last.
ti.. mr.mnr like most inventors.
w.is a laughing stuck among the army
I know a woman's fnib. .. . -
IIaiowherneedofrnipaniranW , .
If yon, my sister, are unhappy because of m-neattB,
J! yon feel unfit for household duties, socUl Plejsur ej. or
daily employment, write and tel mejujthowyousuffer.
ind ask for my free ten days' trial of a home ?ZZ
suited to ycur needs. Men cannot understand women
sufferings. Wat we women know from experiencejM
know better tnan any man. x "" '"tVr a r.k
cure yourself at home at a cost of about 12 cent a -
DCIT1C organ. aiMiuit mimuvj "" " ; i " .
SonsUpsuon and piles, painful or irregular ".
catarrhal condiuons ana oiknuci, .---.-
nets, depressed spirit. meUncbohr.desire to cry. fear et
something evil about to happen, creeping feeling alone
oleiion with dark circles under the eyes4n, " . '"
Kart o f ". feeling that life U notworth lmf,
INVTTE YOU TO SEND TODAY FOR MY FREE TEH DAYS' TREATMENT
-9 -. (.. t ViAtit triAdlflfTprVMrl
expense of an operat-on. Whec ijou are curea. ana 'e """' )(L To Mothers of Oangb-
wcJrf along to some other suaerer. "ScecMorosis) 'irUritiM. headaches, and lasst
ters, I willexpUin how to onxmmesreea Bckn Indheai th TeSme Uyou are worried about
tudBinvoungwomenandralorethemtopltrapneMsnahealtn. "rae" davs'triaLand
men. until his kitchen came along and your daughter. RS"filtMmaimeaSBmyvxoenasontTana
relived the pangs of hunger of three ooes not interfere vrithdailywoTk.lt Jieal th 'SkfewSs Own Medical Adrlser"
battaltons ofPthe sixth infantry. Now writ. lor ttefrtrcant
""""'" "' ."" . .. T, ,tt ,
the attitude towaro .wr ""'"'";
ien- different The general verdict Is
that the Buzzy Wagon" prepares beans
and stew with agility and accuracy and
best of all that it prepares d J11
on the march, making it possible to
partake of the beans and stew immedi-
1- ntA Ka morn ft IK PlUieU
The "Buzzy Wagon" work i while ou j
march. It carries its muo m "'""
and beneath The kitchen comprises a
,.i. it. furnace beneath for
the cooking of soup or stew. coJff..X I
tea. the warming of looa. me i.cl...b
of water and other requirements.
Mr. Buzzacott states that the first day
out the kitchen was used by the second
battalion of the sixth tnfantry: the sec
ond day by the second battalion, and
the third day by the third "
each numbering from 250 to 300 men
The kitchen is now being used by the
army headquarters, comprising the
staff officers, the press correspondents,
scojts and civilian aides.
The inventor is enthusiastic about the
use of motor trucks for army transpor
tation and said that the future army
travel would be concentrated in that
direction. He said he had been In Ber
lin during the vear and that motor
trucks were being used more than any
other agency in the transportation of
men and supplies
Is a Veteran.
Mr Buzzacott has seen 30 years ot
service in the United States army, hav
ing started with the fifth cavalry. He
served in both the Geronimo and Spanish-American
war campaigns and bis
kitchen is the result of many years of
experience and thought The kitchen
device met with the congratulations of
both Gen. Pershing and CoL Slocum, the
inventor said, and he is confident that
he will get an army recommendation.
One of the interesting observations
that the inventor brings to El PaBO is
t,o. tho r1diera are learning Mexican
economy in the use of fire wood, which
is scarce, and the necessity of dressing
up to go to bed on account of the sharp,
I penetrating night air, which grows
bitlnglv cold as the morning hours near.
He also staieo. mat me uinnicnui'u
use of the motor train between Colum
bus and Casas Granites and the keeping
of the roads in good condition would
obviate the use of the North Western
NATIONAL AIR IS PLAYED
IN MIDDLE OF FORT CONCERTS
"The Star Spangled Banner" is now
played In the middle of the Fort Bliss
band concert and not at the end. as
has been the custom in the past. This
innovation has been announced bv
bandmaster Rocco Resta, director of
the Eighth cavalry band, who says the
public start cranKlnsj up their auto
mobiles as soon as the national air is
played, thinking that that is the last
number. Instead the program is lust
half finished when the national song
The program for the concert Sunday
afternoon at Fort Bliss, which will be
gin at 5 o'clock and continue until six,
is as follows:
March, InvercarglU" IJthgow
Overture, "Maranitllo" Auber
Caracteristlque. "Erambonium". .I.oscy
Waltz "Soldier Song" Gung"l
Selection, "Romeo and Juliet".. Gounod
Fantasia, "Yankee Doodle" Reeves
March, "Sherman's Military March,"
Tli.'S "" r,i" rri.;; nostoaid. To save time, you can cut out mis oner, i
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SEATS SELLING- AT RYAN'S
cniPn.B cnKKK gold jiixns
rnoDucn i7io ix march
Cripple Creok. Cdlo., April 1 Gold
mines in the Cripple Creek district pro
duced SS,K1 tons of ore In March, with
a gross value of J1.2S7.810. according to
an unofficial report today.
m Paso Seed Co. lpen Kvenlngs.
E19 San Antonio. Opp. Court Home.
Pickwick The Service Cafe. Adv.
CM I In Our Efficiency Sinn.
Start the new month right We can
increase your office efficiency and In
some cases the money we save xou the
first month will wholly pay for what
we Install. Telephone for our effi
ciency man on Monday and start the
new month right.
Commerrlnl Office Supply Co.
A. W. McLean, Mgr., 209 Texas. Adv.
When All Others Fail
Tho Optometrist will give you satis
factory Glasses. Geo. V. Kendall, 22S
Mesa Ave, Makes Glasses Right. Adv.
For breakfast tomorrow try Sulzber
ger's Majestic Bacon. "Deliciously
El Pnso Seed cc. open Wenlngs.
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We Will Serve
Sunday, April 2nd,
From 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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OIETIIO PICTURE TODAY."
The Unique presents Marguerite Snow
todav and tomorrow in the Metro won
dcrplay. "A Corner In Cotton.' The
f production abounds with a wealth of
nteresting scenes, contrasting life in
New York society with conditions
among the poor In the slums there and
with those that exist among the cotton
mill workers in the south A picture
with the good old southern scenes al
ways makes an Interesting production.
It Is one of those distinctive Metro fea
tures which sends the spectator away
thinking. Besides Misa Snow, the well
selected cast Includes Frank Bacon, the
celebrated character comedian: Lester
Cuneo, William Clifford, Helen Dunbar
and many other prominent players.
The two strongest emotions in the
human breast are love and hate. These
conflicting passions form the basis of
the absorbing story told In "A Woman s
Power," the feature In which Miss
Mollie King Is being starred at the Al
hambra today. "A Woman's Power"
Is a picture play that will demand and
hold the attention of every woman
who has known the meaning of love
and who has attempted to prove an
uplifting influence in the life of her
chosen man. Adv.
SCHOOL 3IIXSTREI- SHOW.
The N. E. C. class of the High School
will give a black face minstrel show
and vaudeville performance at 8 P. m.
Saturday in the High School auditor
ium. Admission will be 25 cents.
CARRAXCISTAS SKNT TO
VIGIIT 3IOXCLOVA BANDITS
(Continues rrora pace 1.)
been active In that district, accord
ing to advices received at the state
department today from Uagle Pass.
The bandits are said to have been seen
In the foothills near Monclova.
MARRIED 3IBX TO JOIX COLORS.
London, Kng., March 51. Nine groups
of married men who attested for serv
ice under the Derby plan are to Join
the colors on May 5. The groups con
cerned are Nos. 33 to 41, consisting of
men from 27 to 35 years of age. In
consequence of this feeling an earlier
summons issued to these men was
NORWEGIAN SHIP IS SINK.
London, Kng., April 1. Lloyd's re
ports the sinking of the Norwegian
steamship Memento, of 107S tons gross.
All the members of the crew were saved
except one man.
THE bank clearings for the month ending March 31, were $12,466,383.31.
This is an increase of $2,628,576.31 for the month of March over the
month of February, 1916. The clearings for February, 1916, were $9,827,808
The clearings for March. 1915. were $9,347,464, making an increase of
March, 1916, oer March, 1915, of $3,108 919.'J1.
iHE public preference
for Goodyear lires
affects alike all parts of
America, as shown by
our recent tire census in 71 centers.
The grand average of Goodyears was
21 per cent and this with close to
200 brands of tires on the market
This Goodyear preference is built
upon the bed-rock of public satisfac
tion the individual experience of
the average man, who has found that
GoodyearTires go farther, last longer,
and so cost him less in the end.
T I RES
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This was one of the
cities Included in the
Goodyear Tires counted,
here totaled 1924 or
28.79 per cent out of a
grand total of 6706.
Results in other cities
give Goodyear as high
asr 4J per cent of all
the tires noted proof
positive that Goodyear
Is the one preferred
Mrs. Clark's Cafeteria N E Uifil ' N
smh noon HOMr cooking
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