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EL, PASO HEKAJLU
V.-n.iuy, Autr. 7, 1!'17.
ORS iEXPLOREH WILL
OUND UP MANY
ILLA WOUNDED iWILL BELP IN 10 ARE IAIN INVESTIGATING
OR W NOT 8E STORING FOOD IN Nl FIGHT GLARING UEHTS
OF D. S: ETUI NORTH F
P EST FUNERAL B
OR HOME BOYS 5
Mission Visits Stevens'
Tomb; Decorates Tomb of
"as: ncton. D. C A UK. 27. The
,-janeee mission visited today at Ar
5n national cemetery tie tomb
Turh&m "Whit Stevens, the
-ican diplomat who, ns official
rrntative of the Japanese gov-
- r, helped to adjust the con--,-7--
uith China regarding- Korea,
- murdered by s. native Korean
-.t Francisco in 1908.
- -it t Jshil. the special amb&s-
r fnm Japan, placed a wreath of
a-d hrsanthemums on the
- h of Choree Washington at Mt.
- ? epterday.
1 .- mpml'frs of the Jananese mis
w ith Mr. and Mrs. Daniels, as
.-ud down the Potomac on
f T"-- Kent's yacht, the Mayflower.
nimms: them were ambassador
', -crtanes lAnslng, Redfleldand
, , T. ;t.tmaster general Burleson.
i.M-.r i lark, members or the sen
nril of the house and many others
- -n -ent iti diplomatic and official
Pays RetMrkafefe Trtbnte.
'a ih th Red Sun of Japan on
t field waving with the stars and
above hire, the representative
'-, of the oldest civilizations on
. -tn on the soil of one of the youne
' paid a remarkable tribute to the
n- cry of the only man who has
t'fn honored, and is honored
he nations warrinc for democracy.
o"unt Ishlt said:
the name of my gracious sot
- n. the emperor of Japan, and
--;re.entfng all the liberty loving
f .fie v,ho own his sway, I stand
'. ".i- "i this sacred presence not to
. jru th name of Washington.
- at ere presumption but to
fe- t simple tribute of a people's
. c-and love.
As,Mo)rten. Cittern ef the TTerM.
' - hinffton was an American but!
. --T'ca. frreat as she Is, powerful as;
rv-rtain as she Is of her splen-j
i d'Minv can lay no exclusive
n t" thi immortal name, wash-
;toi t; now a citizen of the world.
- .v he t'elongs to all mankind and
nn ome here from tbe ends 'of
e f-arth to honor his memory and
o reiterate their faith in the prlnci
s to which his great life was de-
Strom Mnat Ko On.
i i- a fitting place, at this time
. -.11 tho world is filled with tur-
' nvi 'jfferiner. for comrades In
. iv cau to gather and here renew
fir fealty to a righteous purpose
m in the determination that the
-:trle must ro on until the world
- f-r fr'Tn menace and aggression.
Tapai is proud to place herself
he: nobis allies in this high
ohe and here In the presence pf
r hles ashes, she reaffirms
. r rVvotion to the cause and the
iples for which they wage bat
f jl'v determined to do her whole
I t i" erunnc for the world the
' -iKfi of libert". justice and last-
p ace "
MImIos Ctvea 'Pali Honon.
The Japanese guests were received
a ! full naval honors when they
t-.le.l the Mayflower. The marine
r .iT-l ua at salute and the ship's
- i plafed the Japanese national
w m the yacht approacoed Mt
v r.Tl ' t.ipe" was sounded and the
P;.., tried Banner was played
p rill on board stood at attention.
Daughter Is the Bride
of Canadian Corporal
Iceland. Aug. 27. The
trn.tKt of Miss Gertrude Langtry.
'.pie-i daughter of Frederick W.
"it-iilt. of New Tork. and lance
.-p. . 'a l Locquell, of the Canadian
-r --on ot a professor in Oporto
announced in the Dally 1
rn- t-r ie said her parents had not
n-i nf tbe wedding, which took
. f at Seafcrd and which was ex-
tiv qmet The bride grave the
r, r- anderbilt. which she said
- ajtnorized to use.
THREE PERSONS HURT AND
ONE CAR DAMAGED IN CRASH
oi;: ion of two automobiles at Lee
i a nd Magoffin avenue, Sunday
it' i at clock, resulted in the in-
of tl ree people and in consid
' aM- darp.ipe being done to one of
XVhile riding with W. E. Chlldera.
v' !,ve at tbe Savoy hotel, in a
-t- pped Ford car. Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
'iih.i. Magoffin avenue, were
rK-ckeI unconscious, being thrown
t when .he car collided with Jitney
v" TZ. driven by Pedro Zea. 3014 5la--fffiTi
avenue. A single passenger in
i'npv. Mm. Maria Delgado. 1000
"a-t Third street, was thrown to the
i a, enifi and received a slight cut
t1 e lead. Except for a slight
r which Mr. Childers received.
i'th driver? -re uninjured. The
.trey was overturned.
U :- sa:d that when Mrs. Graham
4 rtga.red consciousness she dis-ow-d
that a pair of shoes and a
ms- f-nm hp- finger were missing.
lUffiR if) PLAY
If peevish, feverish and
sick, give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Mother" Tour child isn't naturally
. os and peeviah. See if tongue Is
roatod. this is a sure sign Its little
t'.orrarh. liver and bowels need a
clfanmp at once.
W;;f-n listless, pale, feverish, full of
-oid. wreath bad. throat sore, doesn't
ear. flep or act naturally, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, remember, a
f'.ni; hvrr and bowel cleansing
ifiould always be the first treatment
Nothing equals 'California Syrup of
T.gs" for children's :11s. give & tea
spoonful, and in a few hours all the
foul waste, sour bile and fermenting
food which Is clogged In the bowels
passes out of the sstem. and you
have a wen and piayiui cniia again.
All children love this harmless, dellcl-
"fruit lazatlvt." and it never
fails to effect a ?ood "inside" clean-
n? Directions for babies children
of all ages and groun-uiis are plainly
on the bottle.
Keep it handy In your home. A
tile given today saves a sick child
morrow, but get the genuine. Ask
u- rjrurist for a Si-cent bottle ot
, 'n-- a Fv-up of ri(ts." then look
3-. , . it ma'j by th. "Cali
rr..a F ruii Company." Adv.
. MacMillan Says Work Un-
' finished; Has 150 Miles
of Coast to Explore.
I Sydney. X. S., Aug-. 27. Donald B.
MacMillan, who arrived yesterday
from four years In the Arctic, is not
content with his achievements. "X
have work to do yet," be said today,
"about 150 miles of coast to explore
and I hope to go back soon.
Mr. MacMillan, who. with Jonathan
C. Small, his mechanic and general
aide, was brought here by the sealing
steamer Neptune, command of Capt.
Kobert Bartlett, will leave tomorrow
for his home in Freeport, Me, He will
go to New York later to give a full
report of the results of his expedition
to the American Museum of Natural
The outstanding achievement as
the establishing of the fact that the
so called Crocker land, which rear ad
mlral Peary reported having discov
ered In tbe Arctic did not exist. Mr.
MacMillan said that he and his com
panions were deceived for several
da by the same mirage which mis
Seneyed Greenland Ice Cap.
The first objective of the MacMillan
expedition, which was organized un
der the ansnices of tbe American Mu
seum of Natural History and the
American Geographical society, with
the cooperation of the University of
Illinois, was to prove or disprove the
existence of Peary's Crocker land,
which has been a prolific source of
dispute among geograpners ano scien
tists, xne next purpose ox tne expeot
tion was to conduct a survey of the
Greenland fee can.
"We had good luck." MacMillan
said. "Provisions were plentiful and
there was plenty of game and eggs
to be secured, but I am glad Bartlett
(In command of the relief exepditton)
came along. We were getting pretty
low and might not have lasted another
Peary Deceived t Not Faking.
Touching on Crocker land. MacMil
"Peary was deceived by a mirage.
due to layers of air at different den
sities, suspended close to the Ice.
Peary sighted this supposed land
from a cliff 1400 feet high. We
mounted the same cliff and for four
days were deceived. Finally when
the sun shifted It was no longer
there. It was bat a mirage, but so
clear that you oould see green hills
covered with vegetation rising high
above the water. It was supposed to
he l?0 miles northwest from Cape
Thomas Hubbard but we sailed 151
miles northwest, passing over the
supposed Crocker land.
"It was a wonderful mirage. Don't
think, however, that Peary was fak
ing. It would deceive any man. no
matter who he was."
Not Man Lost.
The expedition was carried through
without the lose of a man and not
withstanding disaster at the very
start. The explorers left North Syd
ney in July. 1913, on the ateamer
Diana, but were wrecked on Borges
Point, on the Labrador coast. Noth
ing daunted, the explorers returned
to St. John's, N. F and were trans
ferred to the steamer Eric, which
landed tbe party at their base. Etab,
"We bad some hardships, of course,
due to the cold, but we had no sick
ness whatever." said MacMillan.
Knevr Little About War.
The only thing that saved us from
ennr was our fresh meat suDDlr.
The men always got fresh meat until
near the last when Smalt and 1 uvea
on dog biscuits and duck eggs.
"Esquimaux nan nrougnt us wont
that the war was on. but we knew
practically nothing: about it until
Bartlett arrived with papers and put
an end to the arguments Small and
I had been having on whether the
Germans had reached Pans."
NEBRASKA WOMAN SLAIN;
NEGRO IS UNDER ARREST
Omaha. Neb.. Ane. 27. Mra. C. I
Nethaway, ag-ed 40. wife of a busi
ness man oi jriorence. tne noruara
section of Omaha, living on a farm a
few miles from the city, was as
saulted and murdered near her home
yesterday- afternoon. Her throat was
cut. A neero was seen in the vicinity
shortly before the murder and late
in the day a negro man, said to an
swer the same general description,
was arrested at Blair, 20 miles north.
I.es than 24 hours before the mur
der Mrs. Nethaway, Mrs. Christina
Anderson, a widow aaed 47. waa
killed in hr home in Omaha, her
throat being cut. Xo reason for the
murder was apparent and no clue to
the murderers was found.
AMERICAN SETTLERS MOVING
BACK TO C0L0NIA JUAREZ
Columbus, N. X., Aug. 27. Ameri
can settlers who came to the border
with Gen. J. J. Pershing's expedition
last spring, are trekking back to the
Colonfa Juarez district in western
Chihuahua, several of them saying
that they believe the situation is be
ing controled by the Carranza gov
ernment. Among thoee who moved
through this port the past few days
are D. B. Brown, of Canutillo, Texas,
with two teams and personal effer-ts.
and the Taylor brothers, who have
been in Ariaona.
R0SWELL WOMAN FIRST
N. M. PELLAGRA VICTIM
J Santa Fe, N. M.. Aug. 2T. One of
the rare cases of pellagra to be re
' ported in New Mexico has resulted
i m the death of Mrs. Ance Banta. at
'Roswell. While the disease is more
or less prevalent in most southern
I states. New Mexico has thus far es
caped it. Mrs. Kama jeaves wrtt
children and a husband.
SEGUIN IS NAMED ONE OF
THREE CONSULS GENERAL
Guillermo M. Seguln Is one of three
Mexican consuls general in the United
States. This week his territory and
the territory of the other two consuls
Seneral will be designated by the
exican congress. The other two are
at New York and San Francisco.
RWT TinnW AND MUSEUM
FOH CASA GRANDE RCINSf
Casa Grande, Aria. Aug. :7. xne
city council of Caaa Grande has start
ed efforts through the Arizona rep
resentatives in congress for erection
of a rest room and archaeological
museum at the Casa ande ruins,
northeast of this point. The ruins
are visited annually by thousands ot
tourists, who must make their trip
either from this place or Florence.
TAKING SICK WIFE EAST.
City food inspector Robert F. Dora
heckter will leave for Galveston Fri
day or Saturday, his wife's illness re
quiring that she live in a lower alti
tude. Mr. Dornheckter will return to
El Paso a week later and resume his
WANTS GUAYULE LAND.
Fifty thousand acres of land bear
ing & good growth of guayule Is de
aired by A. C. Wilson, of Gulf port.
Miss. This Information was contained
in a letter from Mr. Wilson received
by the chamber of commerce Monday.
WOMAN HEI.D ON BOND.
On comnlalnt of Alice Gray, chanc
ing pandering, Mary White, Western j
hotel, was arrested by constable depu- 1
!! Monday morning and held by ju
t.ce -1 M Peaier :n JSO'l bond, pend
ins examining Ueanng August 31 ;
j Companies A and B Escort
Body of Sgt. McQueen to
Cemetery at 4.
The first military funeral to be
participated in by Kl Paso"s two gum and money slot machines thy i last week when his bandits ere en-proje.-i managers maiczte a, large m
companles of the First Texas infan- could locat. was perpetrated on oper- ! gaged by Mexicin government forces crease in the acreage of vegetables.
try. will be that of Paul McQueen.
sergeant, company K. Fourth Texas
infantry, whose body will be escorted
from Peak's chapel at 4 oclock this
afternoon to Ererrroen cemetery by
the companies, accompanied by the
band of the 34th regular infantry
McQueen was killed by highwaymen
west of Maedalena. X. M Thursday.
His body reached El Paso Saturday
The service at the chapel will be
conducted by Rev. Perry J. Itlce, pas
tor of the Flrat Christian church, in
the presence of relatives and the 1
Paso companies. A firing squad from
company A. Capt. James F. Colley
commanding, will shoot the volley at
Sergt. McQueen was the son of Mrs.
O. A. Bell. :S Palms court, this city.
He had gone to Socorro county, Xew
Mexico, on a furlough from his com
pany, at San Benito. Tex.. In the
Brownvllle district, and It was said
that his transfer to company A had
been partially arraigned. He waa
shot in the abdomen when. two hold
ups leaped from an automobile am!
opened fire on the car in which Mc
Queen, his stepfather. O. A. Bell. C
K. Doosrhg and S. M. Wilson, of Los
Angeles, were riding.
A telegram to The Herald from
Magdalena. N. M.. Monday morning
said the slayers of Sergt. McQueen
had been captured. No further details
had been learned up to late this af
ternoon. B. MISICH DIES SUDDENLY;
BODY HELD FOR INFORMATION
The body of B. Misch. said to be an
Austrian and recently from Siler
City. X. who died of hemorrhaee
of the lungs Sunday night while being
taKen from tne ornaorti care. 3uu
Mesa avenue, to the emer:
pltal at police headquarters.
j. j. ivaster inaenaKini
rooms awaiting more de:
fication than has et been
Examination ot a trunk said to lie-
long to the man. disclosed in it some
Austrian papers and a card marked
X. Cohen. Tulsa, Okia. The dead man
was betwen IS and SO years of age.
RALPH J. MeAUTHllt.
RalDh J. icArthur. a private In
company E. tilh infantry, died at the
oase hospital, fort miss, saturaay ai-
ternoon at oclock. The body was
shipped to his brother. S. B. McAr-
tnus. meiaa. z. x.. on aionaay.
The funeral of John Turner, a
negro, age 30, who died Saturday st
41S Proanect. will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 3.30 from the Peak un
dertaking chapel. The death of Tur
ner loilowea a long illness.
INFANT tVJIOIOTII H1KS.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Wilmoth, 31 Louisville street, died
Sunday night at 10:30 in a local hos
pital, and was burled at I oclock
Monday morning in Concordia ceme
tery. M1S PKANCISCA CABAZUS.
The funeral of Miss Franclsca
Cabaaos. who died in a local sana
torium, took place Sunday at 11 oclock
from the Church of the Secred Heart
Burial waa la Concordia cemetery.
Yucca Palm Is Fine for
Cattle; lo Be Utilized
Through Deming Invention
Deming. N. M . Aus. 27. The tooth
some but armor plated yucca palm
seems to be destined for cattle fod
der, notwithstanding nature's Jaw
proof outside skin. An HI Paso
foundry has just shipped to Deming
inventers a model of a machine that
Is designed to cut the stalk of the
palm into stripe that can be easily
masticated by a cow. It is about the
bulk of a hay baler and is operated
by an eight horsepower engine.
The palm has been analyzed and
found to contain C.4 per cent proteins.
,0 per cent water, and 3 per cent rat.
which makes feed that will not only
t.ive cattle in lry times, but fatten
them better than anything else in
good times, claim the inventors. The
district In which this palm grows in
profusion extends 300 miles east of
Deming. 250 miles north, 300 miles
south and to the Pacific coast on the
west. A local stock company has un
dertaken the job of placing the ma
chine on the market.
FORM CORDON TO CATCH
ROBBER, BUT HE ESCAPES
Mr. and Mrs. P. . Clark. 115 Fort
Boulevard, and their neighbors were
mystified Sunday night at the escape
of an alleged thief from the Clark
home after a cordon had been formed
around the house.
The Clark family, returning about
8:30 oclock, heard someone In the
house, and while a watch was set.
called up the police. Upon the ar
rival of the officers the burglar had
vanished,- and with him had gone a
tevolver, a pair of woman's shoes,
gold watch and a gold zing.
NEW HUDSPETH COUNTY
OFFICIALS ARE ELECTED
Sierra Blanca, Tex., Aug. 27. The
following otr Jeers nave been elected
for the new county of Hudspeth with
Sierra Blanca as the county seat
County judge. J. M. Walling; county
and district clerk, k. a. foika; county
attorney. H. Wyatt; tax assessor. Y.
W. Frost; sheriff, Harry Moore; sur
veyor W L. Moore, public weigher
Jesse C. Williams. Hide and animal
inspector, w FL yaroro; county treas
urer, J. J. Ellison; commissioners. B.
N. Lore, U R. Millican. T. M. Powell
ana joc oaraner.
$500 PRIZS GOES TO
FIRST RAI.F. AT TFMPF
' Tempe. Ariz, Aug. Picking of
Egyptian cotton naa commenced in
a number of fields, one grower an
nouncing that he has his first bale
of SM pounds ready for the gin. This
first bale carries with it a prize of
J500. The bolls are opening nicely.
wim an conoiuona consioereo fav
orable, and picking will be general
after the first week In September.
COUXTV COCR.T AT I,M.
W. P. Brady. Presiding.
C. D. McKee et al, vs. John Sorren
son for commission, filed,
S. S. Carpenter vs. H. J. Grav. at
J. M. Denver. Presiding.
Justo Mendex, abusive language,
fined JS and costs.
sCTIOOI. BOARD MEETS TOMCUT.
Officials of the Taxpayers' associa
tion will meet with the city school
trust pes tonight in special session at
the Bailey school.
Hay Grain Fuel
southwestern Fuel Feed Co
J'hone SI00 Adv
lou move when you call 3300 Ad
! Around Town and County
! Attorney Makes Papers, j
, a whirlwind roatidun of all the'
ators of the devices Saturday night by
special officer Walter Ree?e and spe -
clal denutr sheriff Henry Blum, with
the result that the county attorney W.
H. Fryer was busy Monday preparing
county court complaints charging
operating gaming devices against 20
persons in whose business places the
machines were found.
In addition to these, Mr. Fryer is
preparing charges of establishing lot
teries against four men said to have
been engaged in placing the machines
in different stores on a commission
HrlfifC In Fnr Iat.
Officers Blum and Reese were busy
Saturday afternoon and evening up to
10 oclock bringing in the machines,
four truck loads in all being seized.
They were stored in the offices of
county attorney W. H. Fryer and Jus
tice J. M. Deaver.
The officers were armed with
search warrants Issued on complaint
of the county attorney, and made a
tour of the business section of the
city proper and of the stores at Lynch
ville. In almost every case, players
were found at the machines. About 70
in ail were brought in. their value
running $100 or more cash.
Operator. Onnerv. Called
Ooerators and owners were not ar
rested, but were told to be in justice
Oeaver's court Monday morning at
The city having been thoroughly
cleared of punch board devices some
months aso. the cour.tv attorney is
now determined to get nil of the gum
slot machln. being firrr.lv of opin on
that they cjnnot stanj the v si of the
Returns Executive Man-
sion and State Guard Ad- !
Austin Tex.. Aug. 27. James E
Ferguson today refunded to the state
the sum of $2403 of the executive
mansion appropriation for items which
the courts have held could not be paid
by the state.
The money waa paid into the treas
ury department. The refund is for
$1320 of the 115-191 appropriation
and S10S3 of the mC-1? appropri
ation. Gov. Ferguson declined to make a
statement relative to tbe refund.
Reteras NiHtMt Oaard Fuml.
Acting Gov. W. P. Hobby today
turned over to the state treasurer the
sum of $3115. In a communication
to the state treasurer Gov. Hobby said
this money was turned over to him
by Gov. Ferguson today. It is to the
credit of the account of the Texas na
Certain prohibition members of the
house are circulating a petition among
members to request acting Gov. Hobby
to submit at the present special ses
sion of the legislature, the subject of
statutory prohibition for Texas.
While a proposed constitutional sub
mission amendment cannot be con
sidered at a special session of the
legislature, there Is no reason why
a statute cannot be passed. It is
claimed, at a special session, prohib
iting the sale of liquor in Texas. The
question, however, is whether or not
acting Gov. Hobby will grant the re
quest. It requires only a majority
vote of the lawmakers to pass statu
tory prohibition In this state.
lalirntHy Btll KlrM.
There was no cuorum present when
the house reconvened this morning. '
but a call of the house was ordered.!
and the members were permitted to j
-stand, at ease' until z oclock this
The university appropriation bill
will be the first brought up. There
appears little doubt that it will be
passed, probably by dose to a two-
J2?r majoriu-.,- .
iius uuiu uiapuoe i mc wuinc streams in Texas
matter before the senate goes into the j '.
for 10 oclock Wednesday morning.
I ZIEGFELD'S HEARING SET
The bird'ofSers':p"pli..d b ' R TUESDAY; BOND, $5W
the house to conduct the case against i W. K. Ziegfeld. promoter and man
;ov. Ferguson In the senate will ask ' ager of the Ziegfeld movina- picture
permission to employ M. M. Crane aa I corporation recentlr organised here,
counteL This permission will prob- j will receive an examining heart ng be
ably be granted. Mr. Crane acted as fore Justice J. It. leaver Tuesday af t
attorney for the house in the investi- ernoon at ; oclock on a comnlalnt
gation which resulted in the return
ing of a bill of Impeachment.
Hobby Makes InteMiKalleK.
It is understood that acting Gov.
Hobby Is making investigations to
t'etermine how far the state has com
mitted Itself with reference to the
establishment of the proposed west
Texas A- and aL and th. new normal i
schools, provided at the regular ses-
sion of this legislature. If he finds
that the state could not fairlv with-
He may so report to the j
If he determines
that the entire
building program can be postponed in
definitely, he will so report. It is un
derstood that he approachea this
question, he may so report to the
tlther direction. He is seeking in
formation and will probably tell the
house in his message Just what Infor
mation he bases his action upon.
Pergu.an Appoints Weinert.
Before being automatically sus
pended as chief executive of Texas,
governor Ferguson sent to the senate
the appointment of former state sen
ator F. C. Weinert. for confirmation
as commissioner of markets and
warehouses, this beinr the title of the
comissioner under the new law whicn
became effective on August IT. The
governor's message was signed by C.
. Austin, commissioner of insurance
and banking and Fred Vf. Davis, com
missioner of agriculture, these with j
the governor constituting: the ware
house board. The aoDOintment will
be acted on Tuesday at the same tim.
as the other appointments.
Claim. IllierlBtlBntloB Shem. j
In a resolution introduced in the .
tSr'professoTw. 1?" ta,S i
state auperintendent of public in-,'
structlon. has discriminated aaainst '
certain common school districts in the I
distribution of the $1,000,000 appro- I
n.i. , At - .k. r . i . r,i .
August SI. 1S18, and August 31. MIt.
xne resolution cans attention to tne
following orovision in the rural w-hool i
taw: "Provided, that the state board 01
of education shall, when It is neces- 18
sary to extend the term of school, for
one time only, apportion any amount
not to exceed izee, whether any tax
us bctu ievi-.i dt noi. ano mto a..i
.v" j -"luiiioii 10.1
the district eyand collect the re-,
enator Suiter rlain t -e-,,,,. '
" . . -
that h. i -if. tn 1 I'-
t.itc .-.up Mlllen.l- 'is 1 1 A I
1 to the various count.-.-ai d sch .oi d.i-1
i Conflicting Reports; Se -
guin Says No Guarantees j
KianciMW Villa naa bdl uounUe.1;
In the ParraU CMh.. district, according
1 o unofficial advices received here.
' Details ofthe encasement ara tacking.
i-nid state, srovernment omciais
have receive Information that Villa
inflicted a crushing defeat to the
government troops ana capturca
large number of cannon, machine runs
and ammunition, as well as provisions.
Xo information was received in these
advices that tJe bandit chieftain was
Soeakina- of the activities of Villa
and his bandits in northern Mexico.
Mr. Seguin said: "We are Riving no
guarantees to foreigners at this time
to enter Chinuanua to resume opera
tion of their plants. We first want to
eliminate Villa and his bandits and 1
believe that Uen. Francisco Murguia
will soon be able to accomplish tnie.
Then every guarantee will be given
foreigners to enter northern Mexico
to resume the operation of their in
dustries, for Mexico is anxious that all
properties soon resume operation."
GARCIA WILLC0UNSEL HIS
PEOPLE TO ABIDE BY LAW
Andres G. Garcia, inspector of Mex
ican consulates in tbe United States,
left Sunday for an inspection of the
consulates In Arizona and California.
He also Intends to visit the mining
sections of Arizona where the miners
have struck to induce the Mexicans to
resort to no violence and to abide by I
GEX. Ml Iltil 14 RET1 HNS.
Ocn. Jose Murguia. commai.der of
the Juarez parrison, who ha been at
I.os Angeles, ( .il on vacation, re
turned Monday and is again m com-
ft "i t cwa
Council Buys $4400 Equip-!
. t ii . . ,
ment to Double Canacitv
at New Station.
Additional equipment costing Ji4"0
and doubling the fire alarm up.t, .t
of the central fire station K's
been contracted for by the cit.- wt.
Charles F. Maulen. Dallas, gentry
agent for the southwest f,,r t' .
Oamewell fire alarm sstcm.
Under the terms of the oit:a
just completed by the council : re
cess session, tMv is being alloun Or
the apparatus at the old Tire station
The new apparatus will be Install!
as soon as it arrives in the ne sta
tion. Overland and Campbell
To Cst More Later.
In its letter soliciting the contra, t
the Gamewell company state! that '
fire alarm apparatus uouH adv.u r
It per cent in price September l. .m l
that the new system to he installer!
here has been adopted br i7 per tei:
of the ct:es patron izmj: the Gin. -well
El raso is now enjoiinsr tre low
est keyrate in the state 1 : ,,-t-and
is singularly free from t ..it
numbers of destructive f,res tm .-.'
councilmen said thev felt ti...
would be economical to Instil a he;.1
ter alarm system at this tu-,- u)-'
the new station was bcinir h-ni'
order to avoid having to tear ut
old apparatus at a later date
tricts of the state that no attenf i
or at least little attention, k-.u .
paid to this provision of the U a a' 1
that only such schools as arc (. iv
financially and otherwise, to fu
comply with all the provision- o
law. including the cent tax v. P he
granted state aid."
Pa.c Hatchery Bill.
The senate has pased final!- a I l!
by senator Harley. amending the t.it.
game and fish laws so as to conform
to the federal laws, and permit -state
hatcheries to suppi fih for
propagation purposes to federal
hatchenesAlso to permit su. h haton-
eries to osjain nsh for breeders pur-
peses from the various lakes and
rued .Saturday by Frank Powell,
studio director of he same company,
campaign and asks for data on mar-
nin.ni out oi sioot.
Mr. Ziegfeld. who was arrested
Saturday afternoon and gave ISOe
bond immediately, and his attorney.
uunmer jessing, rnaracterized the
action as an attemnt in ti. jtim
pute over a civil matter by a criminal
GRAY GOES TO WAR
AS MAIL CLERK WITH BUNN
A former railway clerk who ran
' or ti rw, waiter urav, recently
assistant postmaster at Columbus, N.
M., haa gone to France as a mail
clerk. During the Pershing expedi
tion Gray waa in charge of all tbe
military mall and his ability was
brought to the attention of M. H.
Bunn. who was then assistant su
perintendent of the mall service bat
who is now the United States postal
agent in France.
NEW YORK INQURES HOW
EL PASO CONTROLS PRICES
Information aa to bow m p.
trols prices and distribution of food I
in the local retail market Is sought '
by tbe Xew Vork city food aid ,m. !
mmee. in a letter to mayor Charles
Davis. It announces its plan of help- I
ing the country carry on a ar food ,
campaign ana asks ror data on mar-
Rets, delivery systems and the ilk
In this city The letter was referred
to i he housewives league.
0AXACA INDIANS QUIT WAR
ANT1 Cf FARMING PFPflDT
. . . 77 -""""""'',
, . Indian tribes in the
J'"8. of "a.r.a' Mexico, have surren
dered to the Mexican e-overnment and
?re.b;ln aAded in f"n"K. according J
, : " m;-
can consulate here. The entire state
' " '
CHARGED MITH Tlini'T.
Jose Lacuna M held to t-,c federal
grand Jury In 1500 bond by United
states commissioner Samuel Ij. Kell
Monday, on preliminary hearinc on a
onipiaint rnarcinir thert
nt -... Th. ..,.,..
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clk o ihu uuarteruia.icr
! Reclamation Service Will
Invest 50-50 in Comrau
ifec&u.-c reports from reclamation
, ueiause me lark of storage for
men food, and the shortage of trans
portation cars makes a heavy loss to
the growers inevitable unless some
thing is done to help throe, it Is said.
the government haa issued letters !
of preliminary instruction to project
managers announcing that It will give
percent toward tbe building and
control of community storage ware
houses. Director A. P. Davis of tbe reclama
tion service, expects each manager to
ascertain the need of assistance from
the government to secure farm stor
age at private cost if possible, and.
if plans are made for a government
storehouse to see that it is located on
a railroad. Detailed plans and speci
fications are to be Issued soon.
Bewdkei StwNie Himm.
The plan as briefly described by
director Davis Is as follows:
The reclamation service will enter
into a cooperative agreement with the
growers and business men of the
towns on projects which are centers
of distribution and shipment, to con
struct suitable storage houses: the
service will advance not to exceed if
percent of the cost, the balance to be
subscribed by the other parties In la
bor or cash as many be necessary.
The oneration of the Dlants to he
under the supervision of the Reclama
tion aer ice in order to secure federal
loans on stocks In storage.
f ree sites to oe provided by the
The service, wherever necessary,
to purchase sorting and grading ma
chines and to make reasonable charge
for the use of them.
Storage charges to be fixed at rates
which will meet operating expenses
and provide for the payment of in
terest at the rate of at least five per
cent on the investment, and st least
five per.-ent sinking fund for the re
turn of the investment.
Rules ard regulations to conform
th th- requirements of the federal
reserve bo..1-'! co' erninsr the hTirHin-r
staple, and 'o:it:e
The construction of sur.-i.. TiLir:
to be in accordance with plans an,-
(specifications furnished bv Mr. Sweet
and experts of the department of
J agriculture. r ich plants lining torn-
para'.ve-t ....,...! .m-i e. onnm nan
il " I
Airmen in the great war
are using WRIGLEYS reolarfe.
It steadies stomach and nerves,
it is Pleasantly lasting in taste.'
Teeth set firmly in WRISLE1CS
make sore of achievement
strong for it. And the home-guard
finds refreshment and benefit in
this economical long-lasting aid to
teeth, breath, appetite, digestion.
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l Ml I II 1 1 11 t .'MtV'
New Mexico Deputies Are
: Killed and a Bad Man
Is Seriously Shot
I Clayton. X. SI, IT. 1'ablo
Baca, sheriff of I'nion county from
IS'JI to 19- ami K. R. Centry. a
j,ioneer in this section, both deputy
sheriffs. are dead and Ernest Long
is probably fatally wounded as the
result of a pistol duel at Mosquero.
X. M. Saturday night.
Long, according to reports received
, H"". enterela saloon ana started
wild west ityle Baca remonstrated
and IjonK is said to have turned his
weapon on him, with Instantly fatal
Gentry, attracted by the shots, en
tered the place only to receive a bul
let throuith the br-ast as he cam
through the door. Gentry then fired
at I .one. Inflicting a wound from
which physicians say he cannot re
cover, and walked across the street,
where he fell dead.
MOTOR MEN DISCUSS CREDITS
AND LENSES OF HEADLIGHTS
Discussion of the proposed r red it
organisation and limitation of dealers
entitled to dealer discounts took up a
good portion of the time at the week
ly luncheon of the Motor Trades as
sociation at the Modern cafe on Mon
dar. The various committees working
on the credit plan were not ready to
report In full and this matter has been
laid over for another weeV.
Tbe headlight question was brought
up by jjtm Hebberd. who wanted some,
action taken to do away with glaring
lights on the county roads. It was
stated that this matter was already
being taken up by a committee and
that & public test of headlights will
be r-en at COS Montana street on
Tuesday evening. The various mem
bers then Indulged in criticism of the
tarmni ffvn nf l.n. i n Ti.gr ,
and it was quicklv evident that there
is a great variance of opinion as to
the relative merits of the various
KI A7F Im CAT OJW CTftPPm
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WITH CHEMICALS BY FIREMEN
East ban Antonio stre.-t Sunday nieat
about ID oclock-. was extinguished
witn cncmirais iy firemen from the
central station The alarm wa- turned,
it- t.y liumtv sberirr J. B. Kllpatrick
who 1 .if.;. -,ed to be pasing at tie
t -e a'd saw the flames shoot
from the bar. Just how the fire
started Is not known. The damase
The owners are Cha-Ies Fikarrv.
Antniio .tre.r jr. ! Jack Wat
and water forces are
Motorists Meet With Jus-
lace Hall; Tests Tuesday
f Night on Montana.
; Ke present! i . of the i-it; the
coauty. state highway comnboion,
accessory dealers anJ the press r.., t
on Saturday afternoon at the office
of justice A. J. Hall to discuss the
subject of glaring headlights on mo
tor cars and to plan some cure of the
1 evil. Police chief B. J. Zabnikie w.n
j unable to be present in person, but
j M "RKestion th .r a!) motor.
ists be asked to have the headlitrnt
brackets of their car be it forward m
that the light will be Vflected lrto
the road and not sent iu in the ai- -f
bother drivers of approach. re ca-
Jim Howard stated that this r.l
been done to some extent in ialffor
nia. bat he did not believe it wouM
be entirely satisfactory and favorn'1
strict regulation of the headlight le
or the one of some device to keep tha
Favwr Itefeetlve I,M.cfl.
Justice Hall a-i-I ot iierx rioke of
the painting of headlight glasse. the
use of tin hood- over the top of th-
headlights and leather hoods aroun 1
the bottom am! all condmnd these
devices. J dm ice Hall faored the len
that would diffuse the light, evert
though It did not defle-1 all of It to
the road. Others pointed out that th s
might give some- trouble to the mo-
j tori st who has much rountry dr:vlnr
e oniy w wp can una ou
about headlight de ice is to tr
them. said tne justice, and h stated
that he would b present at the te'
on Tuesday nipht under the .iuspic
of The Herald automob le depart mert
The city police, w :11 also b.- repre -sented
and an :rivi:atio-i hai been ex
tended to the rmi-wj- and alderman.
M4r.t ( in Ciet Tests.
On the susgestion of the official
I that ,l would he desirable to nave ti
! ests where all outside light can r
restricted, it was decided to hold tn
tests In the new building at Mo-.tan i.
J and Florence st-eets. being erected
lIor ln iew.irt i-rortucts station
J0 oWock on Tuer1 1
motorist mar dn e
7 ii o. !-Crv on T jeda
h " "in h adlight parsed
, even in if and
i B bxictc rntltirDT nz-u-r
, aAF i IS f 5 LUNVtKT LIGHT
PRISONERS IN CITY JAIL
T; n. ..... 1, tne ,.,t;. ,a j
' - . 'ay af ter-.oo-.
;-'llti. wna- re" s service for tle
n.-:eoners' benefit was held by K. T.
Kidell and II. Kimard member c
the B V r I ,,f th Ki-t fUp- -t