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EL PASO HERALD
REBELS BEGIN DRUE THROUGH
TOG I OF IIB
Continued front pace X.)
cf dents of Barleys betireen an-
: s of Francisco Villa, the bandit.
' a re Del leaders.
Villa, they said, offered to join the
olutlon with what forces he could
uster. oat the offer was refused.
i was reported to have asked that
-":r the revolution he be allowed to
so to Sosora or another wearers
,tate to settle down.
VeTT& American CetupHcatteus.
F?ar of complications with the
r nited States r overrun en t led to re-
jsinjr Ilia's aid. It was said, and
revolutionary leaders were frank In
a in they believed Villa a menace
o any xican government, row
-er It became known that nasrotla-
'ions are under way looklns; for the
-i-mination or -v 111a from Mexican
j'ltics and affairs by offering: him a
-anch in northern Mexico with the
rovUo he dees act leave certain well
e'lned 1 mi its.
Some Mexican observers said the
-esent revolution would eliminate
1 ha because of the strength it las
kilned and pointed to fits smallaeds
f a command ne Baa beo able to
mater dnnmr tae oast 11 months
- new his failure to capture Juarez in
trouNes gone out
Jane. 1919. with Gen. Felipe Angeles.
Carranxa Prepares lo Fie .
Cnable to effect a compromise with
the revolutionist party in Mexico,
VenusiU-ao C&rranza is preparing: to
flee Mexico City and ro to Veracruz,
according to telegrams received in
Juarex late Thursday Rebel forces
were unable to ascertain whether the
flight had been accomplished or not.
The report that Carransa, facing
famine in the capital, has attempted
to effect a compromise with the re
bellion leaders, was received here by
T R, Be it ran, fiscal agent of the new
The report of Carransa' s contem
plated flight from his capital was is
sued from he propaganda and In
formation buteau in Sonora. A re
port was received here, however,
which indicated that railroad serv
ice from Mexico City to Veracruz had
been stopped, and this led to specu
lation as to whether the president
could effect his escape from Mexico
Sends Sonlnlavr Ahead.
The message, which was received
by a newspaper la Xogales. reads as
"Carransa. accompanied by his min
isters, leaves today for Veracrus.
Some days ago he sent his sonlnlaw,
Candtdo Agullar, ahead to Veracrus
with as advance guard.
A statement regarding the short
age of supplies, issued by revolution
ist leaders from helr sources of In
formation, is as follows:
"The shortage of necessities has
reached an alarming stage la the cap
ital, xce oiscomrorts being experi
enced by the populace are so serious
that a number of labor bodies have
addressed themselves to Carransa,
asking him to take steps to remedy
the situation by establishing bakeries
where bread may be purchased for a
"The attitude of the working
classes is threatening and grave dis
orders are expected at any moment.
Pnebla Reported Taken.
Reports in Juarex indicate that
Ptjebla, one of the largest cities in
Mexico, has fallen into the hands of
tbe revolutionists, being captured by
forces under Gen. Pablo Gonzalez.
T. R, Beltran reports that from ad
vices reaching here from Mexico City
it is apparent arrests are being made
indiscriminately by Carransa. Jose
Castilleja, a congressional deputy
was jailed on the suspicion of fa
voring the Obregoc party, the re
ports state, ana continue as xoiiows:
"CastllleJo is merely another victim
of Carransa tyrann, without regard
He Will Accept
Vlaahlngton. D. C, May 7. Senator
Johnson has supplemented the au
thorized statement of two weeks ago
by one of his campaign managers.
representative Nolan. California, that
in no circumstances will he accept
the nomination for the vtcepresidency.
by making a formal and direct state
ment to that effect himself.
Senator Johnson Issued the follow-
Under no circumstances will X ac
cept the Republican nomination for
the vtcepresidency. . It is amusing to
me that the men who are suggesting
me now for vicepresldent are those
who are most horrified at the thought
of my nomination for the presidency.
for rank or the duties they are per
forming under tbe constitution.
Regarding the condition in Guadala
jara, Jalisco, the reports continue as
"For three days the city of Guada
lara was without electricity or water,
as a result of the activities of a
column tinder CoL. Felix Barajas, who
has been operating in that state for
some time. The most complete panic
has seixvd the authorities of the city,
and they orenared to abandon their
posts, believing that they were threat
ened oy a superior force, col tails
Amesoua. a fjarranza leaaer, wno men
was at Zapotelanejo, was ordered to
attack Barajas forces.'" -
Defies Carreaza Forces.
"Half way to Guadalajara, he halted
to await a reinforcement of 3W men.
The Carrancietas then advanced, but
so slowly thift when hey arrived at
Guadalajara they found that CoL Ba
rajas had left that district after tele
Phoning the milticry authorities that
he was retiring so as not to injure
the civilian population through a lack
of necessities. He at the same time
defied the Carrancista forces to meet
him outside the city and give battle,
but the challenge was not accepted."
At revolutionary headquarters in
Juarex It was announced Friday
morning that troops are steadily be
ing concentrated at different points
in Chtchuahua for the concentrated
movement south, which, it is said, will
begin next week. Sonora advance
units already have arrived at Casas
Grandes. the reports stated.
At Casas Grandee, 6000 troops which
have come through Pulolto oass. have
prepared to entrain at once for Juarex,
wmen is to oe a prominent post in
the march to the south, as train serv
ice will be operated from there di
rectly through the state o Chihuahua
and will enable the revolutionists to
reach the neighborhood of Mexico
City with more dispatch.
Juares Mayor la ornce.
Francisco D. Gonzales, former
FORI GLOB TOllIOO
Dallas, Tex-, May 7. R. E. Thoma
son, in his race for the governorship,
will be momentously boomed here to
night, when Texas politicians headed
by Barry Miller, former state rep
resentative, will organize a Thorns-son-for-Govemor
club, to be extended
over the entire state. Thos" arrang
ing the meeting are Barry Miller,
Ed. Crane, W. K. Harris, C R. Mc
Allum. George A. Roberston, J. P.
Critx. Mrs. Wendell S pence, Mrs.
John Davis, John Da is. C. M Smith
deal. J K. Dealy. C O Knfro. and
H B. Dechord, all prominent persons
of North Texas.
Thomas E Loe, national Demo
cratic chairman from Ttxaa, has re
ceived a telegram from William G.
McAdoo, stating it will be best for
the country and party for the Sao
Francisco convention to be unln
s true ted. McAdoo sent the telegram
on learning of Dallas county in
structing Its delegates for him and
of the possibility of the state con
vention Instructing for htm. He
"It Is not a question of personal
advantage that controls my iews on
this subject. It is purely and simply
a question of the country's good,
as to how the Democratic party may
best fcfirv e the country. I am sure
M,f shall do the right thing for the
country and the best thing for the
party, if we stick to the principle of
the party at San Francisco "
i Continued from page !
as he would any rabid,
, led L W. W. bully.
"But just this time, if they were
wise, een the biggest ot tno puouc
pirates would take Johnson and four
years of strong government with him.
"Before 1924 comes around they
mav find themselves needing some
one to enforce the law
drunken, mis- ' they need some one warranted to let.
i them break the la " j
The New TorK orm asens uhk
the resolution bv Borah in congress I
yesterday for an investigation oXI
!. ntrfa i aimed directiv at!
th Wood campaign expenaea. The
World aays Boran or Baveridga win
bo the permanent chairman at Cnl
caso, as a concession to Johnaoa.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
$8 ALL WOOL
1 fIsnT"eRercP I
j utfE.0rrgLA?q)3T. H
$20 K00L KLOTH
mayor of Juarex and a well known
business man or tne city, was lor
mally named mayor at 10 a. m. Fri
day and immediately took charge of
the office. He has not announced a
change in the personnel of the city
employes, but t is possible that sev
eral changes win oe raaae at once.
Former mayor J. Orlnidad Romero
was grten his entire liberty on Fri
day and went about the streets as
usual. His greeting from the people
was cool but he was not offered any
Saloons In Juarez will be opened aa
soon as the city is free of troops, ac
cording to announcement Friday. This
is expected to be Saturday. With the
leaving Friday of the BOO Casas
Grandes trops, only the original
Juarez garrison was left, and it is ex
pected that Saturday will find the sa
loons in full operation.
OPEN SATURDAY NISHT TILL 10 0CL0CK
At Last the "High Priced" Clothiers
Are Worried Now Watch 'em
Try to Copy Berg Methods
of Small Margin of Profit
But they Can't Do it
APRIL IS RECORD MONTH
FOR PASSPORTS TO MEXICO
April saw the largest number of
paaaports to Juarex iaaued to Ameri
cans, for an? month this year, ac
cording to a report of E A. Dow,
American eoaanl In Juarez. During
April 6M Americana obtained per
manent border ptrmlta. Tbe other
montns numbered aa follows: Janu
ary. 112; February, sis; March. 7.
Thus far ia Kay there have been
practicallT no nermaaent border
cards issued, owing to the revolu
tion. Daring 11. tl4 Americans ware
WALKKR RBLRAHKD ON BOND I
ERIAI, DUHIXC MAY TKKM
J. B. 'Waiker. under Indictment on
a charge of murder la connection with
the killing of Charles Sahm two
wealu ago, was released Thursday
aftsraoon under I(00 bond by judge
W. D. Howe during habeas corpus
froceedings in the (4th district court,
t is probable that Walker will be
tried during ths Hay term of the 31th
Harnessed to a tiny wagon, a fly
has drawn lie .times It own weight
over a smeejth Rlrface
dclds upon some such position &s
MtHHnrer suurests as orobable. 'n
which event b points out that both !
Knox and Johnson would be out or
the question as leaders, because they
have been so radical against any sort
of a league of nations.
Wltiul hat Kanawft fir S laVIaTTIA With f
1 reservations and Louden ha not said ;
much. This naturally leaves 1x3 w den t
or Hardin if or Wood as feasible can-
dl dates. It is generally belied in
the capital that in rotnr into the
home states of Ijowden and Harding
and other favorite sons, for votes.
Wood made a mistake and that this
will hurt him in the convention when (
the time comes for patching up dif-
As senator Lodge is almost sure
to be the temporary chairman, ac
cording to the generally accepted be
lief In the capital, and consequently
the "keynoter, ihsy look for a plat
fcrm to conform to his views on thej
league and. naturally, to a man for
standard bearer who has been con-
nt stent. Vfais favors Lowden. or Hard- i
ing, or Wood, if ths latter can recon
cile the enemies be has made among
the "favorite sons," which is not ex
pected, unless Frank Hitchcock gets !
at the helm Of tbe Wood machine (
very soon, and they say wood is un
der too many obligations to CoL Proc
tor, financially and otherwise, to turn
him down now. Proctor, they say
aspires to be a second Mark Banna
without the capacity of that great
chieftain to acoompUah it with.
Where Candidate Draw Strength.
SUing up the three leading Repub
lican candidates, OXaughlba says of
"Gen. Wood's strength, aa the pri
maries have shown, is derived from
"X. certain sections of the business
Interests; t, those who believe in ade
quate preparation for the country;
1. those who believe a strong, force
ful man should be in the white house
ia order to deal with social unrest;
4. followers of CoL Roosevelt, who
look upon Wood as the residuary
legatee of the colonel: S. he middle
class between the Johnson brand of
Frogressives and standpatters; the
arming element in -the east, which
prefers him to Johnson.
"From what sonroes does Johnson
get his strength? 1, from the rem
nants of the Progressive party; J.
from men and women who remember
that he was the running mate of
Roosevelt in the campaign of 1912;
3, from the laboring element ia the
states east and west where he has
campaigned: 4. from radicals. citSsens
of foreign birth and readers of the
Hearst papers; 5, from opponents of
the league of nations.
"Governor Lowden. of Illinois,
draws his strength: 1. from the busi
ness interests; 2, from farmers: 3,
from progressives and conservatives
who like the good government he has
given to Illinois.
Lerrdena Policy Pralaed.
"Lowden has pursued an admirable
policy in the campaign. Where John
son and Wood have been fighting
each other, Lowden has kept his
hands unclosed and has smiled on
all and would be eas" to compromise
O'Langfalin concludes as follows:
This much ia certains : man
who ban been identified with the
'eld guard can be nominated if
the election is to be u-rared. The
west and labor will not have a
rnaa. of that type. California
vrill certainly resent a turndown
of Ita candidate for his anti
hesls. The farmer vote will
Hkewise de . Labor will adept
n simitar attitude.
Tho Juan nominated mast be a
men acceptable to business, to labor
and to the rarnung community, ana,
above all. to those who are in the
midst of the progressiva movement
of the country.
"The politicians are loosang xor mm.
Whatever happens, the California
will have a whole lot to say.-
Hearst Papers Laud Johnson.
Arthur Brisbane, chief editorial
writer for the Hearst papers and
editor of the Washington Times, de
votes his entire oolumn in the Hearst
papers to Johnson, closing as fol
"Those that want a president to
Enforce the tows against the law
less of every kind, strikes on rail
roads as well as stealers of chickens,
want Hiram Johnson. Those that
think good government consists in
stopping retail theft, and not inter
fering with wholesale theft, do not
"He would Jail the biggest of them
thair big overhead expenses won't let 'em.
Somebody has to pay for big rents.
Somebody has to pay for free deliveries.
Somebody has to pay for unpaid charge accounts,
Somebody has to pay for fancy fixings.
None of These at the Berg Co.
The Berg Co. Prices
Need No Revision !
Oar prices are not marked excessively now to take
care of "mark-down" sales in August. Never a "Reduction
Sale" at the Berg Co.
Thousands of El Paso's best dressed men are now
buying Barg Co. clothes at
OUB FAMOUS ECONOMY PSICES
$L56 Ubhw Saiti $1.09
56c Altietk Skirls or drawer. .35c
75c Ba&riggaa Shirts or Draw
$123 Balrtigjaa Skirt er Draw
xjt 1 zIMS banish that I
siBrV( I i5$b STUFFY FEELING 1
Hnl i 1 I jyll by wearing one of our
BsALissiti nTlil better made Palm Beach
PnkM 1 ifn wk suits. Youwillfeellikea I
InjigC? fZ-K ' H U ,; I JB I different man. We have I
BHl ( If! I -"jf mmf the genuine Palm Beach I
HI 1 m M llMmi2& Suits from $16.00 on up
SHsrrr rrB I lilliKP in dark or light colors. "
l 'i H I HI P 5&v stj'e an pattern yon B
M I PI 99-v sboold wear a Bates H
B,.,t. 8 nK SmS! i S"' Shirt. It is by far H
1 s wu Pvflfi i aSJaSt " k"' made shirt money H
ffiiwPHHf rf- - I Sr or better ralaes come to B
aPES "fl M"" su"lt RfllaMe Clottltr. aad mrnUhera to Men. B
BEING BETTER DRESSED IS AN
The style oar workaan
jhip wiH create wil
make yos want to own
a Swamoa saiL
Woolford F. Swaason,
Oscar E. Roos,
The Size of Your Bank Account Floe Years
From Today Depends Upon Yot
The fka JtBar k Ae hatit tae to sort.
The tmg habU eecne easier ami easier Ae more i.
become etiabtithed as a HABIT.
EftrfAmg mmt hate a btgammf. Start yr tantg
accoanl at Ae ixtrufc TODAY.
The sxe or hook account in 1925 iepeait aaoa
jour decmon ao. Thk h year chance to Ao Aat you
ate a person of ac6enof JitiiJon.
Inierat fieri Ae day YOU dart!
"Maybe OurBaiK Is tlie Best
BanK For You" '
Ltd Talk ll Over.
American Trust G&
OrcaaIxrd JanuarTt ISIU
El Pate. Teza.
Capital and Swpha, $400,000.00.
T. C- Seroava. RwaMamt.
Bobt. T Hoor.r. ATt Caahler. Fr IX Olkb AaiTt. Caaniar.
Befors Taldaz Cankl. Tba Georgia
Lady Suffered Ua& She Would
Hare to Sit Down to Do
Huzttwwk. Was Dizzy
Ballon. Gs. Mrs. V. A. Burn-t. ' '
Route C says. "J ?ot down with
back and sidss. nut able to do t
work. I suffered a grsat deX I I a
a depressed, blue fueling all the tt
"I couldn't rest at alglrt. I "J
aerrons. I wouM b dlzzj aad j-
nc account at alL
"I would have to sit down -wri s
trylnsr to de ths housewortc It seetr-
d I couldn't set my breath. I was
afraid I would set past goinc a t
"I board of Cardal aa4 bgan -- 3
It. I could see after a half bottle
was belpinc tne, so I kspt it up
aad soon I was like a new person.
"I knew Cardul did ths work, f -no
other medicine I took ever teli
d mo as It did. I eortatnly
roeommend .... CardnL
This well-known medicine, wh...
Mra, Burnett says helped her. Is
mild, medicinal, purely vegetah
tonic lor over 40 years nd
ibottsaads et women, with similar -suits
to those which this Qtcrz i
Cardul should help you. too. Try -
"SYRUP OF HGS"
Look at tongue! Bemove
poisons from stomach.
liver and bo-wels
JLcceDt "4Caiifrnia' SyruD of 1
tmis look for tha name Californ
ta aaekacc, then To ara sura ;
ehlM is bavins tba beat and i
narmif smzauTa or poysio :or
littla atomacb. liver and bo
ailldraa lore lta delicious '.
taste. Fall airectiont (or hud s .
OB eack bottle. GWe It wr.ho i:
Mother! Ton mast say
$350 Straw HaU $250
55.90 Tojo KaU 53.00
$10.00 Panamas $8.00
$4.00 Soft Hafa $3.00
$7.00 Soft Hati $5.00
$1.00 Caps 50e
$1.75 Caps $1.00
President Suspenders 65c i
50c Wash Ties 25c
$1.00 SSk Ties 50e
$2.00 Ties $1.00
35e Socks 20c
15c Handkerchiefs 10c
$150 Silk Socks 75c
$2.50 Night Shirts $1.75
WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50
J t EOtekiaxpSt IB
a 1 I&illsJU&namel rree
If you bny one 25c Brush we will give away one-half pint of
Kyanize Sanitary Floor Enamel ABSOLUTELY FREE, that will
be enough to paint a pantry shelf, table, chairs, etc Can be
used for oatside porch floors, plastered walls, porch ceilings,
cement floors, bath rooms or any kind of painting for any kind
of floors orother woodwork where a high grade finish is de
sired, made ia eight popular colors.
Sunset Paint Co.
407 Texas Street
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS.
4J Lucky is the child who
makes a companion of
his best friend Mother.
I Mother 1 o v e watched
over us in our helpless
infancy and mother love
guided us through the
years to maturity.
J Cream of Wheat Flour,
because of its high qual
ity, is the choice of an
ever - increasing number
of mothers every year.
Q Your paniry is not com
plete without Cream of
Wheat Flour on Us
At Your Grocer's Here
in El Paso and through
out the Entire Southwest
Don BUe Tkfa IVItk m
mere Tkcm With Otkln
This preparation for te reran .
freckles is usully so succssfu
removing; freckles and criTing- a c -
osaBtlfnl complexion tkat it is -"
aader rasxantee to refund tbe it -If
Don t hide our freckles und -Tell-;
set an ounce of Othine and -more
tfacm. Evn the firs few
plications should show a wonder?
improvement, some of the i s
freckles vaiushinjt entireb-
Be sure to ask Ui drusist ro
double strength Othine. it s -:
that la sold on ths money-back g-uu.-ante.
RATIONAL HOME REMEDY
FOR WRINKLED, BAGGY SON
B rLojjR JH
the fa.ee Sm m. mrfn-ni" -
nude as foUowa. Is the beat ti ng .a -
to tUspene wrinkiae. from th finest -
to uh deepeet crcwfet- Powder-- .
elite, one ounce. Jinolred la wit h j.
one-half pin- Tour nearest drasrts j
epplT the coastltuct. It a sat.
and rmtleoaJ treatment, as it teitja - -
ow the cauee of tlxae teli-ta'e rn
a4Taaclnf- , worry er HI health. l
ts both aatrLnrQ: aad tonle rrpf"
the olwtioc t'chtena the oo- -e
aad teada to aolidify the anaerbt" -cuter
Uesee. This amoothes e-t
wriakles and ciee the aLn a V - e.
OMieuetr thie effect must asp - '
hanstag cheeks, doable '-km ai.'l Vr
neck. The remarkably prompt a-'j
this harm teea lotlea U another coir-n-3
able feature. AdT.
Shave, Bathe and
Shampoo with one
Bread is your bat food.
Eat more of it
EASES ATOMCE BY THE
OLD REIIAB1 REMEDY-
ITS UOUIO - QUiCK EFFECT
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