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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Dec 22, 192a
WELL TO BE
Pecos, Texas, December 22. Ma
chinery for the fifth Ward county
well has been unloaded at Aroya by
the Toyah Valley Oil company. Geo
logical reports state that oil should
be found here at a shallow depth, but
an 18-inch hole will be started to per
mit deeper operations if necessary.
The Pecos Angeles, one of the latest
barters in the fecos rieia. is a own
ovr 400 feet with a dry hole.
A. A. Stanton, of the Toyah district,
has resumed operations and Is drill
ing the first of a series of shallow
wells after production found last
spring: and abandoned.
New money secured by the Toyah
refinery assures the enlargement of
that place to properly handle the To
ah lube, while a contract with J. E.
Quaid assures a plentiful supply of
crude. There is a waiting: market for
Six New Wells To Be
Drilled In Pecos Field
Pecos. Texas, Dec. 22. Assurances
.at representatives of the Federal
Service and Development Systems,
inc.. would be In the local field in a
ery short time to complete a con
tract to drill six wells of the Sun
shine Oil corporation was received
by local Sunshine officials this week.
rue gas snowrags netween isvv ana
1400 feet found by the Bell Reeves
hen originally drilled have again
been struck by the new contractors
who are u&derreamlnff the hole in
order to carry down a larger casing.
Repair work on the Toy bell -King
well has been completed but opera
tions have been abut down until after
the Christmas holidays.
By G. A. MARTIX.
(Continued from page 1-)
vateaes Repaired Kew.
All makes, even the smallest.
Martin Jb Sea, 114 E. San Antonlo.-Adv.
aa an aid to the owners of homes out
aide the reservation.
Casa Grande will benefit greatly by
The pioneer Arlzensn jamt rnb
his eyes when be witnesses what
Irrigation and irritation of the
soil has done bere
ft is not so mnch what they are
growing as the fact that they are
growing cross ana gooa ones inai in
teresta the investigator. The water
for these orops has been secured from
private irrigation enterprises.
rne umtea states wren its anility
to work with millions of dollars where
private enterprise mat won witn
thousands, can reclaim a tremendous
acreage of wonderfully rich son In
this vaJlev. and it is Koine to do It
within a few years, the people here
Tucson has solved the railroad
grade crossing that Is bothering El
Paso. but they had a situation that
made it easier. Along the fall length
of the track in the city there ex
tends a park, for some width on each
side. It was not hard, therefore, to
build subways beneath the tracks and
send the traffic under the tracks In
stead of across them. The subways
come up to level ground by the time
they reach private property en either
side. The park was the solution.
These subways are paved and lighted
by electricity, with a sidewalk on
either side for pedestrians and are
artistic as well as useful.
Merry Christmas To All
Though Christmas is three days
distant we take this occasion
to wish all readers of this col
yum a very Merry Christmas.
In your enjoyment of this happy
time do not overlook the appeal
for funds to help the starving
children of Europe who look to
America for aid. Send your
donation to Mr. C K. Bassett
of the State National Bank who
has charge of the collection of
E! Paso's quota of W.ooO.
Send your check now and you
are sure to have a Merry
Delicious Hot Drinks
Our fountains serve delicious
hot drinks which hit the spot
these cold days. Then. too. they
also serve toothsome sandwiches
which are vary satisfying. Try
our fountain service and you
will learn why our patrons re
turn again and again.
Our stocks are replete with
Klfts that are useful and sare
to please. There are gifts for
every member of the family and
for friends near or distant. In
fact every gift question may be
readily answered by selecting
the gifts at any of our three
convenient drag stores, nmnrnj
the many articles we mention:
Ivory Toilet Art lei re
Candy For Christmas
Be sure to bring home soma of
oar boxed candy for Christmas.
There are chocolates, creams,
candled fruits, and other sss
clous dainties that will ge far
toward masinc Christinas a
happy day. On Christmas grown
ups aa wall as children estjoy
the taste of candy.
Two mere shopping days.
Do your shopping hers.
Scott White Drug Co.
Safety First Druggists
SI4 San Francisco St.
One of the things that one likes
Tucson for Is the fact that It Is keep
ing it distinctive Mission architec
ture to the fore. Both its depots are
of Mission design, also many of Its
public buildings and scores and scores
of lis residences. It somehow seems
to fit Into the landscape and the early
history of the place and makes Tuc
son distinctive as a city.
It makes one smBe to think bow
mneh easier the bootlegger can
purvey his wares when the re
formers nut the ban on eicarets.
than It Is for him to peddle whis
El Pasoans who patronise the man
who sells bootleg whisky under a
label which the awful stuff sever had
any association with, can congratu
late themselves that they do not have
to buy in. Arizona, over Here, tney
say, the bootlegger smuggles over a
quart of tequila or raw alcohol, mixes
it with a couple or quarts ot water
stirs in enoua-h red nenner to "sea
son." enough ether to give the proper
after effect and enongh licorice wa
ter to give it that "aged Is wood"
color, and then sells the whole con
coction almost a gallon as vrnisxy.
at about lit a quart.
WeH, the retnHer must bare ill
profit and the tequila costs S3 a
quart on this sMc
This recalls a story I once heard
on an army captain of the old school.
He liked his liquor so wen that It
was the constant aim of his family
to keen it away from him. Once he
contracted a severe cold and a neigh
bor told his wife that whisky with
red pepper in it wonld care it. The
wife told him she would make up a
mixture. He smiled h pleasure at
her thooghtfulnees and then suddenly
said, as she was about to start: oft to
I iav. mother, that will be fine.
hot if I were von I wouldn't no to
the expense of buying tho red pep
lis no hatier to smme than te
frotm and the sm3e pays more dm-
A raHroaa train Is Hke person.
As lens as It stays on the trackv ft
gets where it started, but put It on
a aiainx ana it is oz no use to any
Trade follos friendship.
When you see two big women climb
Into as upper berth with two little
call area, von are ant to think the rail.
road commission does not do as much
regulating as It should.
If a railroad conductor wasn't an
unusual man considering; the sort of
people who sometimes travel he
would punch as many faces as tickets.
! IN SAN ANTONIO
ON U.S. CHARGE
San Antonio, Texas Dec 22. Fran
cisco Vasnuez Gomes was released
under $1000 bond and Leon P. Taurel I
was remanded to jail in default of
bond of like amount on federal in
dictment charging them with having
conspired with other persons to set
on foot in the United States a mili
tary expedition Into Mexico and with
having provided money therefor. Other
arrests are expected.
Raids made by department of jus
tice agents resulted in the arrest of
Gomez and Taurel. A mass of docu
mentary evidence was seised which
the officers said showed a new revo
lutionary movement against the pres
ent Mexican government was being
formed on this aide of the Rio Grande.
Gomes was prominent in the Ma
dero revolution and is credited with
having drafted the treaty of Juarez
in 1912, which brought the revolution
to an end.
Gomez broke with Madero, who
favored Pino Snares for the vice
presidency. Gomes sided with Car
r&nza against Huerta. and with Villa
Parcels Poet Station
Me Store housand Gm
Mexican Mining Men
To Confer With Officials
Zacatecas. Zac. Max. See. 21. A
committee of mining men is te be
sent to Mexico city from here to con
fer with the secretary of hacienda in
hopes of finding some solution where
by silver mines may continue to
operate without serious loss. Several
thousand miners are idle and willing
to return to worx zor less pay ii mine
owners will resume operations.
Representatives of the principal
mine owners and companies eommis-
sionea to go to Mexico to bom a con
ference with secretary do la Huerta
are of the opinion that the federal
government saouui anoiisn all taxa
tion connected with the mining In
dustry as an inducement for the
mines to operate.
Mexican Enooy Can Act
Only As Agent In U. S.
Washington. D. C Sec ZX. Stats
department officials said today that
Alberto J. Paul, whom tho Mexico
City Excelsior says is to come to
Washington next month as Mexican
ambassador, could not act Is that
capacity, pending the recognition of
the Obregon government. His posi
tion would be that of an agent of the
Mexican government, bat without of
ficial status so far as the American
Government Is concerned.
Keep Lid On Gambling
At Agaa Prieta, Order
Done-las. Arts, Dee. St. A report
last night that gambling concessions
were to oe reonenea m Agaa rrieta,
Sonora. Mexico, just opposite this
city, was denied by federal and mu
nicipal officials is the Mexican city
Roulette wheels, poker tables, dice
him i GnacK-iucK zanies were con
fiscated several months ago.
Man Disappears, Reported
Dead, Thought Abducted
Denver. Colo, Dec IX Telegrams
sent to Scrantoa. Pa. and Boise.
Idaho, announced the death here of
twver is. Mvans, son of John Brans,
retired merchant of Seraaton. Fa,
presented a mystery when police
learned that Bvans had cheeked oat
tram s hotel where he had been stay
ing asa saa atsapnearea.
Bvans and a man calHn? himself
u. s. uranc registered at a hotel here
Thursday sight. Relatives told the
polloe they believed the man had
Lad Mamie Shontas
Make Satisfactory Selections
There now remains only two days m which to
select Christmas gjfts. You can greatly sim
plify your Christmas shopping if yos wil de
pend upon Siberberg slocks and Siberberg
The Gift Supreme
DIAMONDS obc gift which wil cany the
Christmas message with true fidelity. Our
krge stocks embrace seats k every size aad
weight. Each one a sparUmg g-m of para
Never in our history have we shown a mere
magnificent display of platinum -vrtfrsvi than
right bow. Their beauty, tbefr excretive design
and wide variety enables you to choose a gift
The prestige of our name on yoar gift adds
much to the Value bat nothing to its cost
fif I much to the value but nothing to its cost jr
Hk3 STOHE 0PEK EVENINGS. BJ
Jna Silberberg Bros., Jewelers
eOlfln, Tn M ThaP1 of BoyingT'christmas DU- JmPS
VS?3Ep mond Should Suggest Sllberberg-s.
MEXICO ASKED TO RESTORE
PLANTS WRECKED BY VILLA
neatdent O Oregon's government
is oeen asxea to rMfnr ssss sea
worm oz raining machinery which was
tmirvyeu UJ vuja. according TO
rranaiin u. turoag, chief consult
ing engineer of the Chleaan Dhrnlor-
atlon A Development corporation. Mr.
Harding passed through El Paso
Tuesday on his way to the company'a
iMviierues norm ot xonicni. fionora.
"This machinery will not only .be
replaced but we will expend mare
than UMJN tn dovolopnieat work
aad pwahase several additional mls
Isg ptoparrJes. sahf Mr. Hardlag.
Mr. Kardms; attended the Inaogsra.
tlon of proa-Mont Obregoa and was at
inltfad BMettsg of mtnlag operators
of Mexico, who were Is conference
with re-RreBentatlves ot the smn.
ntest relative to sospendlns; dntlM on
the Importation of fuel oil, coke and
FATHER OF KIDNAPED GIRL
FREED OF KILLING CHARGE
uus Archuleta, rancher ot Qnada
lupe. east of Jaarez, who was held
pending; aa Investigation of the
shooting of young- Valentino Oallo of
uuaa-uupv, was oascnargee: by Judge
Felipe t Rodriguez of the Jaarex court.
-According to tho evidence, rja.Ho
abducted Maria Archuleta. 11-year-old
daughter of Iis Arcasnta. and
Was followed by the girl's father aad
his brother, Oesgracias. He was shot
o gun ngBX wsicn loiiowod. Deo
gracias Areholeta admitted he fta-ed
tho shot which killed Gallo. He is
being held la the Juarez Jail ponding
GEN. MURGIHA. CARRANZA
BODYGUARD. IS LIBERATED
Mexico ratv. v. tw.
Franclsoo Hnrffuia, who wad in charge
of forces tptardliiflr the late preelttent
urnnn annnr nim rno-rif
city, hu beea released fr
Dry Goods Company; Inc.
(Beautiful Christmas Store
Beaufifii 3kmr Home
WHh Essential Gifts
Sixth Floor Suggestions -J
TTHE 6th Floor Gift Shop w3I
be the center of attraction the
next two days. Here you wiH fed
an essential gift for every member
of the family. The following items
should be read with interest:
Humidors, different styles
Newest creations la art vases for
rosea, mads is reinforced bisque
Mahogany trays with real batteriBe
Mirrors for da i cupel t tables.
Mirrors, plain and carved (is oval aad
Polychrome csndkstieks with eaadlea
Potychrome book ends
Polychrome flower vases
Polychrome trinket boxes
Polychrome floor Lusps
Polychrome junior lamps
Polychrome table lamps
Brass candlesticks single
Candles, all styles aad color
Brass candlesticks is erasters
Candle shields on parchment
Smoking stands and seta
Mahogany book ends
Parchment shades, all sizes and styles
Famous handle lamps for desk
Boudoir lamps, hand painted shades
Boudoir shades, all colors
Floor lamps, also junior lamps
Bird cages in wicker
Wicker waste baskets
Newest erestione ia door stops aad
Picture frames, all shapes aad very
Picture frames and mirror combined
Pictures, framed aad nafrsmsd,
CHRISTMAS SALE OF RUGS
We have had a ready response to onr
Christmas Sale of Wilton Rags, bat
there yet remains ample choice.
DOLL BONNETS 15c
Again tomorrow all mothers who visit
the Sewing Machine Department on
the 6th floor can bay a clever Httls
doTl bonnet for 15c You are also
cordially invited to see the dsasoa
stration of the Free Westinghonse
Electric Sewing Machine.
'W HE busy, hurrying Christmas crowds will find lots of satJs-
faction in shopping on the 6th Floor the next two days. At
tractive reductions have been made on many Christmas items.
Christmas Candles 20 Off
Christmas candles add the true Christmas spirit
throughout the home. We offer an immense stock in
assorted colors and shapes at 20 Off.
Lamps 20 Off
For the two remaining days we give you choice of any
lamp or lamp shade at a reduction of 20.
Birch raahogaajr sticks, extra special, per pair $129
Two Extra Specials in solid mahogany sticks m pairs:
Oae at ..: $2.49
The other at .$3.45
We w3I male a Christmas close-oat of Chinese pictures. These
are oblosg m shape and are both artistic ami unique. They
are specially priced at 59c.
Inexpensive and Useful Gifts
OUR wide assortment of novelty furniture offers endless opportunities to
select essential gifts which will beautify the home. Attractive Christ
mas prices are offered throughout the entire stock.
JpHE Art Department abo offers essential gifts to beautify your home.
For the final two days the following specials will meet with the favor
of Christmas shoppers.''
You Save 1-3 to 1-2 .
For the next two days we offer Tapestry Scarfs. Cushions aad S3k Sofa PiHowt at
reductions ryitkhgWul mean a saving of from 1-3 to 1-2.
PILLOWS AH Sft Sofa Pillows at
Half Price. -
BASKETS One-Third off oa all
Fancy Flower. Fruit aad Sewiaa BaW
Royal Society fintsned sample models at
less than half price. 3rd Floor.
TEMPO RATI T DTSPEOTOH.
Roberto do la Mora. In&Mean- nf
migration eeryiee rrom Mexico City,
haa taken enarc-a of thn nm .r
chief of the lmmlsrraUon service in
spection In Juarez incident to the
resignation of Jorge Arsnelles. and
on til the arrival of the new chief
from Ifaxleo C3tv. H- i. a k.i.
f CamUo ArsoeUea, assistant secre
tary' of the Juarez chamber of com.
XBXICAN STEAMER LOST.
The Mexican coast fmarri
htelehor Oleamno wsa t.t i.
On" of Mexico according to word re
ceived In Juarez. The steamer Jalis
co was sent to the aM of th
ship, bnt arrived too late to be of any
aeslstance. Tho steamer was rained
at more than 1,000,009 pesos and car
ried a crew of 41 men and officers.
JfBW TRAIN FROM JUAREZ.
Mexico Northwestern rallraarf v..
added one more train to Its weekij Saturday
A $10.00 Top at $550.
TO introduce the Kid Phone k
1 200 homes in 1 Paso the
manufacturers have made a radical
price concession. The Kid Phone is
a perfect talking instrument, and die
children can construct their own Ikes
between their homes and the neigh
bors'. Special demonstration and sale of
Kid Phones die next two days k
the Toy Annex 2nd Floor.
$750 Tapestry Cushions, special . $4.95
$7.50 Tapestry Scarfs, special. . .$435
$10.00 Tapestry Scarfs, special. .$5.95
$12.00 Tapestry Scarfs, special. .57.95
School Is Out Bring the Boys
A Big Drop In Boys' Clothing.
T one stroke we have put down the prices
of boys, high grade clothing to a new
normal. Boys may now purchase suits and
overcoats of The Popular staadard tjuality at
much -lower prices.- In other words, we are
now conducting a Clearance Sale which
usuaHy. occurs after Christinas.
Boys fwnuhiags are alto greatly reduced in
4 th Floor
Eat Lunch Every Day at the Y. W.C.A. Cafeteria
Although you have wailed until
the lad minute, there will be no
disappointment if you lake us into
your confidence on your list,
j AST Chmnaai we assisted a large
number of arcs k making hut minute
selections. We &31 gladly do so ogam thit
season. This service is offered k all de
paraaeats. hot special emphasis is made of
the gifts which all women appreciate that ate
fesnd ob the 5th Floor.
A k&dsesM far or a for coat is the ess gift
all women with for at Christmas. Onr entire
stack of fan and far coat k now offered at a
reanetiofi of one-half.
SegHgxes are jaat naturally favorites as a
Christmas gift Onr Christmas stock embraces
aauateds of the daintiest garments ever as
sembled ami Christmas prices range from S7.30
2ttaer a Beacon blanket bath robe or a qnfrtod
tin bath robe will fata favor with every
womaa. The Beacon blanket bath robes ranee
ia price from Jjoj to $2250.
Qoilted sama bath robes range $4.95 to $9.85.
SWEATERS AT $15.00
A special amnrainhad purchase of tho cele
brated "Meagart" sweaters arrived hat in
tor Urmtaaaa. These are camera hair
and such sweaters sold earlier in the
at S85-O0. tDJ and 329.50. These ar
specially priced at iliStO.
A BEAUTIFUL BLOUSE
A handsome Moose ia a pretty holiday box
is another Hem to be considered. We have
hundreds of holiday blouses and offer a helpful
serriee to enable yon to select just the blouse
that win bring the most pleasure on Christmas
A HELPFUL SERVICE
We want to impress upon all men who hare
gifts to bay that, ia addition to complete
stocks and attractive prices, we offer a helpful
intelligent serriee. We wish to toggest to
men who haven't time to come to the store
to telephone aad ask for onr Christmas Shop
PS service. This js a highly specialised a-rr-lea,
aad jomr .Christmai orders will surely be
ChristmatSale of Mens Sweaters
TF there in a man on yoar gift Bat who will
afpreeiato a serviceable sweater for Christ
asas, here is yoar opportunity. These are all
wool and wool mixed heavy coat sweaters.
They com ia hsathsr mixtures with collar and
etafs ia eaatzaatiag shades. These sweaters axe
offered as aa. extra Christinas specisJ at about
" blf ordinary price. They raaee ia size
from 38 to 40. Tbeyarea fis7 A C
final Christmas special at J? ,CJ
Sweater Sets For Tiny Tots
A TUBBY BRAS set for the Bttle folks is
one of the best items yoo can possibly
select, especially at onr redaesd Christmas
prices. Oar eatira stack has bets divided intj
fear special lots, as noted below:
Regular $ 7-50 3 piece teddy bear sets at $ 435
Hagafar SHXSO 3 piece teddy bear seta at S &9s
BegaWr 313J0 4 piece teddy bear seta at $ &05
Hecnmr S15AO 4 piece teddy bear sets at 81095
These sets come attraetivaly boxed.
The Girls' Own Shop 1th Floor
schednle. This train rans from
Juarez to Pearson. Other chawres
of arrivals and departures follow
Train No. 1 leaves Jaarex at 8:i a. m.
(El Paso time) Monday, Wednesday
and Friday. No. 2 will arrive In Jaarex
at S:3 p. m., Tuesday, Thursday ana
SPECIAL FOR A
FEW DAYS ONLY
Belted Model, Reversible. Price 35.00
for 36-Incli lengths and $45.00 for 42
SAM SILVERMAN CO.
525-527 South EI Paso Street, at Third
K. P. & 8. W. train No. . dne at
1:5 p. m. Is sehedaled to arrlv. at
6:15 p. m.; No. 7. due at Sit, sched
uled to arrive at S:S: s. P. No. i an.
at 1Z:U. scheduled to arrive at 1 n. m.:
No. IS, dae at 4. scheduled to arrive
Dr. Martle I. lull has removed to SSI
Two Republics Ufa Bide. ear. Stan
ion and Texas Sta.
Dr. .Anna Ream, Beciler R, over Klite.
AvoM trouble. Leave bagsacra cheeks
at Loagwelfs. or telephone No. 1.
Kansas Covered With Snovr.
Topeka, Kans. Dee. 2 All ml.
e n Kansas was covered with snow.
in piaees eight lnoaes deep on the
level, and drifting Into the railroad
Osteonatks. Dr.. Armstronc 41 Rbta.
Banner Bid?. Ph. 1311. Boa, Ph. Msg.
Doll Wise, Contts. Bockler Bids;.
LOGAIA.D G UN BRA U
bodies ware fonad when the steam
boat Margaret which sank here Sat
urday night with a was of 11 Uvea
was righted and a jole cot ia her
A. Unison, eye, ear. nose and
MS-J Two Republics Bids;.
Announcing- IVnge Cat.
Parkersburg. pa.. Dec. 22. A wage
reduction affecting more than 70 em
ployes, has been announced by the
Parkersburg Iron company. The
amount was not made known.
wrtnmca, aunt hare them, gee
- uracv omwa oacajer Blots.
Osteopaths, Dra. Bovrtbr, Ueeased
In Medicine, JS Mills Bldg! TL 4 J?
i.?W' Tomnd, late Major. M. C.
ww av.MK8 ooiKnag.
Mexican Bdltor Returns.
Sllveytra Terra sas. editor of Xa
Patrla,- haa rotanmd from the In
auguration of president Obregon.
Veterinarian. F. Collies, M. D. C of
PhfjJ r"" ,U AUlBOor -
TRBAOTBT DRPPABTMBST. asnervht
tv Arealtset-s otnoa, WiaasuTTc,
Djoembw IT. IfM-mAnOfOtt
AL8 win s opeasd la tus eenos st S
pjn- Janasry 11. 1SS1. far rsasdattsa
th. paitad State, eastern Huh and
GonrtttooM bnlldlng at KI Pass. Tsxaa,
Drawlaa and apcctncatloae may be ok
talMd from th eastodlaa of th. boUdmr
om is we aiserauoa or tn.
ouptmiwi aremtect. Jaa
Acting 8nparvlatnc ArehltMt
Dr. David II. Lawrence. Mills Bldg.
Plve More Tlodle Fonad.
Augusta, Ky., Dec Five more
MISSING DIAMOND HOLDS
UP PAYMENT OF REWARD
Payment of a J5S0 reward said to
have been offered at Tucson for tho
arrest of Jack Milwee, accused of
stealing a diamond, who was ar-
resten m Kl Paso l.v members of the !
sheriffs oilic.. Is being delayed
walla aathorttlei la that efty e
tlaae to search tor the largest
mo vusunoana, waen is missing.
Mflwes. aJlssmd tn have t.k.n
atense vahxed at 1.0 from the
home ot Mrs. B. J. Barnes at Tucson,
waa airaseen by deputy sheriffs here i
anar ne naa coma Back rrom Jaarex,
deputy sheriff Bd Bryant said. Five
diamonds eoneealed In his sock were
recovered from htm. while another
throe caret atna. winch MBwee Is
said to hare pawaed in Juarez alae
-toner twek wttlsotn eustfoa
1 u Busts sai.vx tn tn tk
treatment of ITCH, XCZXatl.
&JHQ WORM.TXTTXS or otAer
Ueaiar akin atoeaaes. Price
Ke at ararrtata, or direct tress
Lt,lkxma astaas n nsisilu
CordtH Drug Company.
You must say "Bayer"
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package
or on tablets, you are not getting genuine
Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years.
Insist upon an unbroken package of genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" containing proper
directions and dose proved safe by millions.
Esady tin boxes of IS UbSeU east but a few seats Larger psksea,
Asntna utas rMju:x tl Sarsr Xsaalsasrs i HumWoiMsal of