EL PASO HERALD
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Iff 5 THUNDER
FDR THE HUES
in Hermosillo Calls Mex
icans To Fight U. S.
Nozales. Ariz.. Juljr j'. Proclama
tions poeted in Hermosillo. the capital
of Sonora. calling upon JMXiean u
invade the United States, are stlrrlnS
the already inflamed hatred ot Mexi
cans there against Americans.
Copies of the proclamation, -which
Ik signed by Daniel Fierro and Abra
ham Koss, have been received here. A
translation of it follows:
Cannon Thunder For Yankee.
"Comrades, let us carry the concave
thunder of the Mexican cannon beyond
the frontier, even to the territory of
Let us hearken only to the trium
phal march towards the cursed land or
,hr dollar, to the rude hymn of sun-
PXetT the blade of right ft JusUce
vibrate across the face of the deluded
-snnsoes." It is not death that
reckons us on. It is not our lives that
e offer in sacrifice, nor shall wel
called upon to hed our own blood, but
f-oni triumph to triumph we shall o
T"rward to immortality.
Pounce Upon American Eagle.
The Aitec eagle, emblem ? fr
nationality, is now face to face with
the American eagle and will P"f
i.pon it. snatching from ts talons the
sheaf of darts and casting them upon
tin. ignominious flag of the stars and
"'Tdav the Mexican republic present
tr.c sublime spectacle of an uprising
:.- of one man; not alone to cast out
net hated 'gringo- invader, but to fal
low him aerow the line and there
crush and annihilate him until we
Tilant the trl-color of our triumphant
1 anner upon the cupola, of the asn
For this we call upon you with full
conviction. For this we invite you te
meet and subscribe your names at tne
Francisco I. Madero park or at police
nead quarters, where an open .book
.waist you. upon the pages of which is
inscribed the path where duty points. j
-And doubt not but that we will
raise the red flae of liberty to all
Tatm races above the ruins of the
SWEETWATER MAN TO FORM
WEST TEXAS HOME GUARDS
Sweetwater, Texas. July 3.
Frank Johnson, former ranger cap
tain and sheriff for II years, issued a
call for west Texas home guards to oe
equipped with 30-16 rifles. The guard
will offer Its services to the governor.
Many prominent cowmen and busi
ness men have applied for enlistment.
n ammunition train passed through
her Sunday morning for El Paso.
Armed guards were at all entrances.
PRESIDENT WILSON'S SPEECH
DEEPLY IMPRESSES MEXICO
Mexico City, July 3. President TVil
aon's speech before the New York Press
club has made a deep impression here
and is the subject of general com
ment The papers print in large type
the statement of the president that the
American people do not want war, and
that he is not the servant of those who
desire to increase, their property In
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moments. Soldering, new guards,
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2' sugar. Mix it with any cereal.
Ur tue tins reap t:
Bran Fruit Salad
Mix four tablespoonfulsol
Kellogg's Bran wish one cup
of Mayonnaise Dressing and
combine with the following
fruits cut into email pieceu
1 box strawbemes
H pint jar preferred1 fisi
2 oz. pecan meat
Scire on lettuce leim.
Balpoeta idl Kdlogg' Bran
Tot Keuojg Food Ceapsay
Battle Creek, Mich.
TalRs on "Preparedness"
Ixo. A5 of
"The tecrct of success in Ufc,"
Said Alexander, "Is to be
Prepared "rnilh money In the hank
For any opportunity."
The thrifty man looks upon savings as capital
which, if invested opportunely, will yield many limes the
usual rate of interest "Thrifty Alexander" knew that
and profited accordingly.
The Jiist SkrroMLBANR
EL FAS O . TEXAS)
TO HI W
Troops Sent Against In
dians Poorly Equipped
and Lack Discipline.
Guaymas. Sonora. Mexico. July ".
Reports from outlying districts indi
cate renewed activity on the part of
the Yarat Indians. This has been anti
.in.ti hv inosa familiar with condi
tions in Sonora because the campaign
naugurated by the de facto govern
ment in January for the purpose of
nddin? the country of the Taquie, has
not been a success.
Approximately 700 troops were
mobilized under Gen. Dieguex to drive
the Indians from their strongholds In
the Bacatetebe mountains, but the
soldiers were poorly equipped for the
undertaking. They lacked disclpl!nev
organization and spirit, and although
the Mexican government may have de
sired an aggressive campaign, the local
leaders and men had no intention ui ,
taking the offensive against the ,
savages whose fighting ability la well I
known throughout the republic. Like j
ho instil. tribK of Arizona, the ,
Taquis have committed the roost fiend
ish atrocities. For this reason tho
troops fear to operate against the war
riors. 1000 Indiana.
. .. InJUnc o Tint
accurately known, but is estimated as
being about ten thousand of which ap
proximately four thousand are well
armed fighting men. This force gen- j
erally operates in bands of 59 to 100 .
or more which make swift and unex
pected raids upon outlying ranches and j
villages during the harvest season ana (
m. ouwr uuko ... ---- --' -.
happens to run low, as Is the case at
the present time. Spies are maintained
throughout the farming districts who
keep the tribe well Informed and assist
in the raids. -.
nt. i.jt.rt. Ac ss fin the peons
X fits lauituio ... - -- -
with shirt and trousers of faded blue
denim or khaki, usually the latter, as
U is more easily procurable, for many
Yaquis have served in the revolution
ary armies. A large straw hat, not
unlike that worn by northern farmers,
with brim turned down, protects them
from the sun and conceals their
Identity when necessary; and their feet
are proteciea mm m w-t,.. ;ir:
by leather sandals guarachos, as they
are eauea. .
Mistaken For Krlenaiy inwpj.
inis 5iiuiiAiij "":: .7" ..rj.
ficult even for Mexicans to distinguish
parties of Indians irera u-oy m "
ue iacio 5oviKuicnk n "-
hands have been aoio io enmr iunii i
oerore ineir iiuu "rr- X t
For example, the town of Sauz, Sonora.
vras raided last year. The Inhabitants
t- ......& tA-v onnrnarhlnli
.!w .m,Mt rinnrlMhinir and drums
ruffling, but it was thought that an
expected detachment of troops was ar
riving- isot until me iiiuioua wee
tuallv in the town was it realized what
had happened. Men, women and chil
dren were forced out of their homes
and driven to the town plara where
all were stripped. Terrified and help
less they stood while the savages
packed the clothing, looted the houses.
gatnerea in me nurseo u u.. ---rode
off unmolested with four of the
The Mexican wiie ana ubui " "
American. John Lehr. were carried off
bv the Indians during a raid upon, the
town of Suaque Grand during Novem
ber of last year after the 17-year old
son had been killed, but these captives
were released last month when the
Indians were forced to abandon one of
3ieir many water holes upon the un
expected approach of a vastly superior
force of Mexican troops.
rtmfd American Settlementa.
Want of food and clothing causes the
Indians to make their forays, and for
American settlement 60uth or ui J
Yaaui river have been enbjected to T
many costiy lncursiujia ui.ii ": -
waste most of that region and forced
the majority of the settlers to abandon
their farms and return, in many cases
penniless, to the United States.
Late Information indicates that the
Indians are now operating to the
northward in the vicinity of Ortiz, a
small town on the Southern Pacifies
railroad. 30 miles north of Guaymae.
DR. JORDAN'S ANTI-MILITARY
UNION RANTS ABOUT MEXICO
Washington, D. C July 3. The
American Union Against Militarism
gave out today a copy of a letter ad
dressed to congressman "Cyclone" Da
vis of Texas, by one of his constitu
ents, G. B. Foster, of Dallas. In which
the Texas statesman- is taken vigor
ously to task for 1US recent detcaad for
intervention In Mexico.
"I regret to note from the paprrs
that you have an attack of American
ism.' and I wish you a speedy recov
ery," says the letter. "If you were ln
noculated with a love for justice, you
might be immune from such a. dreadful
malady. A better protection still
would be a thorough understanding of
ethics and economics.
There is no excuse for any trouble
with Mexico. Tho Mexicans are suf
fering with the same disease Americans
are, only they call it Mextcanlsm down
there and it is Americanism this side
ot the Rio Grande. Its symptoms are
marching up and down the street with
bands playing and colors flying and
shouting My country right or wrong,'
when most likely It is wrong.
"The border Is suffering with 'Amer
icanism' complicated with prepared
ness. Why trail one lose half breed
bandit with guns big enough to blow
up Glbralter? Why an army to run
down a little criminal? Why an armed
force on the soil of a neighboripg re
public?" The American Union recently sent a
long telegram to president Wilson In
which it declared its conviction that
a war with Mexico growing out of the
continued presence of our troops there
would be a "national humiliation." and
it also sent Dr. David Starr Jordon to
Kl Paso on a "peace mb-sion." which
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mk NT A Double Header l.
fcSStlff Raus Mit 'Em Shoe Sale Vr8ft"jl
F A11 Men's, Women s Low bhoes b '
M t. Un3ale,notmngieservea jcj
We call this a "Double Header Raus Mit ' Em Shoe Sale" because during f.nlscd
toe have never offered so many extra specials at such tremendous reductions. In. many
cases cost has not been considered as following our long established policy f "rtf"!??
over any old styles to next season, we are determined to clear out every pair ot this
llasoTs shoes. Read carefully this advertisement and note the radical price concern on
every pair of shoes. Our reputation tor veracity in our sale offerings is so well known that
.. . r u . itjL iLJ- z L i-ZAo chrto enlt rtf hnnn tide, reductions.
it is neeaiess zo say mac uu n u. uutiu i.
All our Oxfords are on sale noth
$8.00 RAUS MIT 'EM.. $6.85
$7 JO RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$6.45
$7.00 RAUS MIT EM. . .$5.25
$6.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$4.85
$5.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$4.25
$4.50 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$3.45
$4.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$3.45
$3.50 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$2.95
$3.25 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$2.95
$3.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$2.65
$2.75 RAUS MIT EM. . .$2.45
$2.50 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$1.95
Ladies White, Light Gray, and
Ivory Kid turn sole, lace and button
$10.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. .$7.45
$8.00 AND $8.50 RAUS MIT
$7.00 RAUS MIT EM . . .$5.85
Lot of Ladies' Odds and Ends in
Patent and Kid Pumps broken
sizes. Former prices $3.00 to $7.00.
RAUSMIT - A
f aft '"$. & CmfiF JapMr3
$8.00 RAUS MIT 'EM 46.55
$7.50 RAUS MIT 'EM $6.45
$7.00 RAUS MIT 'EM $5.85
$6.50 RAUS MIT 'EM $5.25
$6.00 RAUS MIT 'EM ,$4.85
$5.00 RAUS MIT 'EM 43.95
$4.50 RAUS MIT 'EM - .$3.45
$4.00 RAUS MIT EM $3.45
$3.50 RAUS MIT 'EM - .$2.95
$3.00 RAUS MIT 'EM $2.65
$2.50 RAUS MIT 'EM'. $1.95
$2.25 RAUS MIT 'EM $1.75
$2.00 RAUS MIT 'EM .... : $1-65
$1.75 RAUS MIT 'EM $155
In Women's Col
ored Kid Pumps
These prices are made so ridiculous
ly low because We intend to move
every pair offered at these prices
which includes all the high grades
luc Laird Schober's.. It will pay
you to buy two and three pairs, be
cause they arc all new stylish slip
pers. The colors are Light Gray,
Ivory, Dk- Brown.
$7.00, $7.50 and $8.00 PUMPS,
RAUS MIT EM $4.95
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 PUMPS,
RAUS MIT EM $3.95
$4.00 AND $4.50 PUMPS,
RAUS MIT 'EM $2.95
Includes all Black Leath
ers, White Kid and White
Lot Children's Odds and Ends,
Pumps and Oxfords, includes the
different leathers, broken sizes,
worth from $2.00 to $4.00.
Raus Mit 'Em 95c
Boys and Little Gents Gun Metal and
Dtt n4nrr1.t. Nothing reserved.
$2 50 RAUS MI 1 LM M.M
$2.00 RAUS MIT 'EM... 475
$1.75 RAUS MIT EM...4.45
Lot Boys' Odd and Ends Oxfords
in Patents and Gun Metal leathers
formerly priced '$2.50 a-
El PASO7 5
SHOE STORE i
We offer the following styles in this
sale which includes all Bronze Kid,
Patent Peggy Pumps, Patent ankle
With while ivory soles while can
vas pumps with patent straps and
other broken lines:
$5.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$299
$4.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$299
$3.50 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$2.69
$3.25 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$239
$3.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$239
$2.50 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$199
$2.25 RAUS MIT 'EM. . 479
$2.00 RAUS MIT 'EM. . .$159
$1.75 RAUS MIT 'EM.. .$139
$1 .50 RAUS MIT 'EM . . .$1.29
TVe rrrleome the Militiamen
and extend u rordlal Inrirattoix
to them to Ttrit ns.
j il V
Lot Men's Odds and Ends Oxfords,
$4 to $7; Raus Mit 'Em. . . ..$1 .95
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