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m C Mil IK SH IN I $1.00 Pair ADVANCE NOTICE OH ARE III THOUGH Q CLOUDCROFT AND RETURN (Continued from Page One.) EL PASO HERALD i naming sub-secretary of foreign affairs, i Tate secretary to Gen. Pascnal Orozco Lie Deiio Moreno Canton, who is now acting; the same day I named Col. Pascual Orozco. sr . secretary of war. who accepted the position on the th. and Is now acting-. Everything was made known to Gen. Orozco, for we are in continual communication with each other. ' This is the truth and have nothing more to say. Signed "Emilio Vasques Gomez." Col. Oram's PreciamatieH. Col Orozoo's proclamation follows: "By direction of the provisional president of the United States of Mex ico. Licentiate Emilio Vasquez Gomes. 1 address the chlpf, officers and soldiers of the national revolutionary army, who are operating in the different states of the republic to recommend to them KiMct observance of the laws of war. as recognized by all civilized countries, rot onl to answer in this way the sjmma'-v executions and the burning and destruction of property frequently practiced by the troops of the govern ment of Mr Madero. but principally be cause the noble ideals of liberty and lutiee p-irsued bv the revolution de mand tnat line of conduct, which has .ilso ben ordered bj the military head of the revolution and which has given so much prestige to our cause. 1'ratect All Property. "The damages caused by the war must be reduced to what is absolutely unavoidable The property and persons of non-combatants must not only be i respected but guaranteed and protect ed, within the limits of possibility, by i in Juarez, where he is expected Friday night, is anxiously awaited by Gomez and his associates, as they believe that definite news as to the attitude of Orozco to Vasquez Gomez will be learned from him Vasquez Gomez s messenger, who had been sent to Gen. Pascual Orozco with the credentials and documents of the provisional president, did not ar rive Thursday night as was expected and so the situation as to the pro visional presidency to all appearances remains the same. Vasquez Gomez ridicules the report that he is held a prisoner in Juarez, as do the officials of the city. The Lib eral soldiers on guard at his quarters in the customs house annex are merely guards for his protection, they say. He frequently takes walks with his asso ciates and the matter of bis asso ciates being with him when he goes out on the street has so far had no meaning, it is claimed. COL. OROZCO GIVES MATTISON LIBERTY "Death Valley Slim" Re leased From Juarez Jail After Trial. D. S Mattison, who was arrested some time ajro in Casas Grandes on a the members of the revolutionary armv. I ?",", ? TrEFVi,t WUn,p , . Public archives and national build- ,LnJi f nes. those of thp ittatM nnrf mnnlrlml. "' w. uu m bi-ii his lties. must be carefully protected by the arms of the revolution, because the former contain data of positive value to everybody, and the latter are for the service of the public said are the work ol all the citizens who have contributed to their erection And. If all property must be respected, it is not possible to conceive that the people would damage or destrov public property that belongs to them and rt presents their sacrifices and their efforts during many genera tions Respeet Fur Prisoner. ' The provisional president recom mends that prisoners be treated in strict conformity with the laws of war. w ithout forgetting that we arc fighting with brothers who are forced into the struggle b the iniquitous conscription that is being enforced by the govern ment of Mr Madero on a large scale and throughout the republic, either Winded by passion or bv error. The revolution generous as the soul of the people that gives it life and sustains It. must cover with the protecting shadow of its ideals, even those who fight asrajnst it. so that, when the strife is rvor, all can turn to the noble task of reorganization which the fatherland demands of its children Respect For Foreigner. "The president does not believe it necessary to call the attention of the gallant defenders of the revolutionary eaue to the necessity of avoiding even the remotest occasion for friction with am foreign power: for all the revolu tionists are convinced of the imperious liberty. He was brought to Juarez from Casas Grandes Thursday night. Several Americans interceded for Mat tison with Col. Orozco before the trial and asked him to be lenient with the American. s Mattison is known in El Paso as "Death Valley Slim" and took part in the MaderisU revolution. About two weeks ago he was arrested in Casas Grandes on the charge of being a spy and had been held in jail since that time. 150 pairs of Women's Tan Oxfords and Pumps to close out at $1.00 Pair Worth up to $4.00. These are broken lines, only a few pair of each style; however there are many styles to pick from American Shoe Store were dropped by the onnositlon in thlr I - - -..-,..-. .wws, I. , -- - r - . ei.igenc and have been careful that ' "urry to reacn tne houses. The presi FIGHT WITH ESCOBOSA NEAR CAMPAS, SONORA Campas. Son . Mex . May 7 (By Main About 4 oclock this evening Don Rumaldo Montano. presidente. arrived in Campas with the remnants of his volunteers who had been following Escobosa. They struck the trail of Escobosa about four miles east of Campas May 4th, and followed the trail over the Madera mountains. They overtook the outpost of Esco bosa near the foothills on the east side of. the mountains and the chase which followed led the pursuers into a little ranch The Escobosa forces took to the hills and entrenched themselves be hind rocks and trees as soon as the 'am pas men were sighted, and here a brisk fight was kept up for about four hours, in which Escobosa was worsted. Escobosa retired over the hills, after having captured a few horses which commandant of Fort T. A. Russell, the post quartermaster investigated the storing of empty freight cars on a siding at the post. The railroad com panies said they had received no or ders from the war department for cars, and had placed the cars on the siding at the post because there was no other place to store them. The placing of these cars on the siding several das also gave rise to reports that the Ninth cavalry had been ordered to en train for the Mexican border within the next few days. J CMC EX POSTMASTER HI.ACED TJXDBR ARREST BY ENRII.E Jose Melendez, who has been post master in Juarez since the Liberals have been in control of the town, was ordered Tuesday to deliver up his po sition as postmaster tb Jose Chavez ard to report at Chihuahua to the superin tendent of postoffices there. When he arrived in Chihuahua last night e was placed under arrest, according to a report received in Juarez. The cause of Melendez's removal from Juarez, officials say. is the outcome of a disagreement between him and Knrile, , aud hfs arrest followed. j $5.00 Srafek For the accommodation of cottagers, tickets at the season rate of $5.00 will be on sale, Mar 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31 and daily thereafter until Sep tember loth. Final return limit, September 30. Leave El Paso 7:45 a. m., arrive Cloudcroft 1:00 p. m. Leave Cloudcroft 2:25 p. in., arrive El Paso 7:40 p. m. x Trains are operated on the Cloudcroft branch only on the dates shown above. LODGE OPENS JUNE 1 If you are contemplating a vacation or business trip and will call at our City Ticket Office, we will be glad to quote you the Summer Tourist rates and arrangements to all the principal tourist points in the United States and Canada. EUGENE FOX, General Passenger Agent. BBS AMUSEMENTS foreigners suffer no annoyances other I dent lost one man. two others being than such as it is not possible to avoid mounded If any were killed on the in the ras of those who rlia in th. I other side, they were taken off the regions disturbed by war Nevertheless..! field, and it i? probable there wa-. as' he reiterates, through me, the diverse ' several puddles of blood were found be- j exhortations he has made through the j nind some of the rocks where they had j l'Tfp in IDS respect 1 i'ue meir Sl&nu iv men i nave tne nonor to com-' . ' ,,c t"'": uciiarM iiuu nis men HIDALGO AXD I.1BBRTV. At the Hidalgo and Liberty theaters three new reels are shown every day. These are large, cozy and cool houses The admission is only a cents. BOOSTERS AND OTHERS ARE Invited TO EXAMINE THE LOTS IN TOBIN'S SECOND ADDITION SUNDAY TAKE PARK CAR A if $15 Is Your Price For a Summer Suit Then this is the place for you to get the greatest amount of quality, style and workmanship for vour money. The Dundee Woolen Mills whose stores now ex tend from coast" to coast, have built their reputa tion on their made to order $15 suits, and nowhere else on earth can you get such clothing value. We own and operate our own nulls and are able to put a $20 and $25 cloth value into every $15 gar ment, and it's not alone in the quality of the cloth, that you gain, but also in workmanship, fit and finish. Our system of inspection absolutely safe guards you against skimping or any other irregu larities. No matter how much you've been paying come to us We'll make you a regular $25 or $30 suit from the newest effects in Worsteds, Serges, Homespuns, Mohairs or Flannels for Look for the Big Yellow Electric Sign UNION MADE TO YOUR MEASURE Only One Stor8 In EI Paso iPLENDID THE WORLD'S LARGEST UNION TAILORS GAIN municate to j ou for the corresponding purposes "Reform, liberty and Justice. " City of Juarez May 1912 "The secretary of war of the revolution; "Pascual Orozco. sr." IHesaeager From Orosee. The arrival of Jose Cordova, pri- ! fought like old soldiers, several having ouuei noies in tneir clothes and hats after the fight. AXTHK WAR BUGABOO IS GIVXX A GOOD SPAXKIltfG Cheyenne, Wyo.. May JO. Acting on instructions from CoL Arthur Williams. TEXAS BANKER MUST GO TO PENITENTIARY La Grange. Tex . May 10 K F. Bowen. former president of the Elling ton Banking company was found guilty last night of receiving deposits in m insolvent Institution. in a verdict. His punishment was fixed at five years imprisonment. j i i iHHIHHHHHHHHiHHHe2 Makini Dollars From Jingles We want a lot of Jingles for a book. $1 000.00 will be paid for suitable j ones received in May, 1912. , Plenty of fun for Girls, Boys, Women and Men. A COMPLETE JINGLE (As as. example only.) Little Jaek Honker, so the story goes, Sittugia tike corner, what do ywt suppose, Didsffc smve-phm jmM&ag, didst eqr far fit Had a sow! of Toasties t Sign here Name FINISH THIS JINGLE If a body meet a body coming thru the corn, If a body greet a body on a sunny mora, Caold a body tell a body nice aad soft aad sweet, t V ( tWsJis etioiiis$ Toasts id write nJaialy.) ' Date Street and Number. City State Cut out this coupon and mail to Jingle Depfc. 311, P0STUM CEREAL CO., LTD,, BATTLE CREEK, MICH. We wifl by 50 Pott Toasties Jingles, acceptable Fill in the missing line of the incomplete Jingle for use in a Jingle Book, received during May, 1912, printed above, making the last line include the name at $20.00 each. "Toasties." with correct rhyme and metre: Only the Jingles we nay for wiD be used. There will be 50 Jingles purchased and the 'names and addresses of the writers wfll be printed and mailed to each enquirer who sends us a ic stamped and addressed envelope for return. , The Jingles will be judged honestly upon merit, so if you are a sensitive person and not a good sportsman doa't try, for we have no time to "pet up" those whose Jingles are not accepted. Or -write an original Post Toasties Jingle of not less than 4 lines, any line of which must contain "Post Toasties" or "Toasties." As many Jingles may be submitted as desired. It's pleasant recreation and we all get some good from it, besides it may result m vour joining the army of users of WAS WIRE COMPANY MEMBER OF POOLS? Evidence in Steel Probe In dicates It "Was Fixed Price of Rails. New York. X. Y . May 10. In the government's suit to dissolve the Unit ed States Steel corporation, the evi dence today tended to show the Amer ican Steel and Wire company's partic ipation In the Jackson pools. That It would Include alleged letters indicat ing that James A. Farrell, president of the United States ''Steel corporation and formerly president of the United States Steel products company, was aware that the wire company was a member of the pools, was declared. The IlBBge Of Prices. .Testimony was first given today to show the course of the prices of wire prodticts. steel rails, steel .beams, tin plate, etc . before and after the form ation of the United States Steel cor poration in April 1M1. A. I. Findler. editor of an iron and Steel trade paper, was called to testi fy as to the range or prices from 1S98 to 191 1. Steel rals, for instance, he said, in November. 18S. were S1C.&S a ton; in November. 189. S3S.M; in September. ISO. ?2.00: in December, 110, J18.S6; since which date they hare not varied. The price of steel rails, the government contends, was permanently fixed at $28 by agree ment among manufacturers at the time the steel corporation was formed. Dcfenee CltrtHW Price Have Ueereaxed On cross-examination, counsel for the defence brought out that during the last few years, that steel prices had declined and as a general rule were lower now than when the corporation was formed. Judge Dickinson then called Frank J. Newbury of John A. Koebllngs Sons company, who represented bis company in the rubber covered wire, the lead encased rubber cable and weather proof and magnet wire associations. Price fixing allotments of business among the members, guaranteed funds and penalties for violation of rules, were all features of the operation of these pools, the witness testified. HIGH SCHOOL IS TO BE REPAIRED In Deposits Feb. 20, 1906 $ 211,377.90 Feb. 20, 1907 4S6.4S6.71 Feb. 20, 1908 599,952.81 Feb. 20, 1909 1,419,269.93 Feb. 20, 1910 1,615,611.90 Feb. 20, 1911 1,901,897.91 Feb. 20, 1912..... 2,273,135.05 There is & reason for this splendid growth. Try us. $.c0 PAID OK SAVINGS 4 $1 Opens An Account Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co. "Bank of Service." 3bsW sssssHb& assm 4Hli"rMk s&, tftfcssflr nfllssfen. mtoh Our Store 319 San Antonio Street Opposite Stanton. STATE NATIONAL BANK ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000. INTEREST PAID ON SAVING ACCOUNTS C. R. MOREHEAD, President C. N. BASSETT, Tiee Preadent. J0SEPH MAG0FFIX, V. Pres. GEO. D. FL0RY, Casai; L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cashier. Post Toasties the delicious food made of crisp, delicately browned bits of oc nrifu ,jvi -v, .-4- j n:i -p u " l TTiUil MIHft, Ui UiOCUU lb iS UUb GCbOliy JLUlgUbbtJU. New Heating System to Be Put In Theater For Commencement. Bids for improving the city high school were accepted by the school board at a meeting held in the Mesa school Thurs day night- The first of these was the bid of J. C. Worthington for remodeling lire oasemcni uu insulting a new plumbing system at a cost of $3400. Other bidders for . this work were: Stanley Bevan, $36S2.S5; JoUv & Ware. 13470; Thomas R Francis, $3700. and King Worley. 34692. The bid of Elliott 3c Barry for the removal of the present hot air and tan heating system and the instaJation of a (new low pressure direct radiation plant nun raoixuirs in eacn room was ac cepted. Their bid was $2440. while the J. H. Dodd Heating and Plumbing com pany bid $2497. Tne matter ot renting a theater for the commencement exercises was re ferred to the external committee tor investigation, the lowest prices quoted on the El Paso theater being $130 for an evening performance and $S5 for the afternoon, if admission is charged, and $75 in the afternoon and $100 in the evening if no admission n charged. However. Howard Fogg otlcro.l the Air dome free for the purjior- 1 1 t h,- -. hool board should elect to use that plai-e. The matter will lie further itikiued at 4. nueting to be held Mondav night. MOHAMMEDANS HAVE HELPED THE NEGRO Bishop Declares that Chris tian Teaching Has Been Inferior. Kansas City. Mo.. May 10. The Af rican negTO has become jr.ore of a man unden, the Mohammedan teachings than under Christian, according to hishnn C. S. Smith, who is attending- the con ference here of the African Methodist church Bishop Smith has devoted 5y yers to the study of his race in ,SC.' San minjeo and Liberia. Bishop Smith, in his address yester dey said that the methods of the Mo hammedan teachers had a tendencv to ?-.tn. nro elf reliant, whereas the Christian teachings made him a cringing nonentity. This was chiefly due. hefcaid, to the fact that the white man caused the negro to look upon him as a master while the Mohammedan teacher regarded him as an equal and . ??. ihe neKro to how his head only to Allah. , , rso!utiou offered hy bishop J S. Flipper, of Atlanta. Ga , indorsing a proposition to hold a semicenten nial celebration of emancipation at some place in the south in 1913 was unanimously adopted by the conference. The Lotted States senate recently quoted an opinion to help in carrying out this plan. ns RIO GRANDE PLOOD IS STILL MISSING The Rio Grande dropped four-tenths of a foot Thursdav. The Friday morn- ing reading of the weather bureau w snowed tne water at 14 7 feet This is further evidence that the flood waters either passed Ei Paso when nobody was looking, or are lost somewhere. Savings -Bank Habit The savings-bank habit means sound sleep, good digestion, cool judg ment and manly independence. The most healthful thing I know of is a savings-bank book there are no miscrobes in it to steal away year peace of mind. It is a guarantee of good behavior. We pay 4 per cent interest, compooaded twice a year EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO., EI Paso, Texas YOU GAIN NOTHING BY DELAY If you expect to open a Savings Account some day. but are waiting for th time when you will be getting more money to deposit, do not put it off any longer. Open an account at once with one dollar or mora on which 4 percent .om pound interest is paid. BAKE OPEIf SATURDAY UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK. THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL 107 Texas Street . INTEREST PAID IJf SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. SAFETY BOXES FREE FOR USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. BROUGHT TO LIGHT KI l'(M People HeeetTlBK the Full Benefit. There have been tnany cases like th following In El Paso Everyone relates the eperlenie of people we know These plain, straightforward state ments will lo much toward relieving the suffering of thousands. Such tes timony " 111 1 read with Interest by many people. Mrs. C B. Tavlor. 2-ilS Texas street. Ei Paso. Texas, savs -You are at lib erty to contlnje usinu mv previous en dorsement of Doan Kidney Pills. Vhen irr I have orcasion to use a kld ne medicine I have taken Doan's Kld ne piIN with excellent lesults I was In bad shape with rheumatic twinges. i.tlnp unable to move. If 1 took cold I was sure to have a more s. re at- tacK I'urina the winter of Unit, r was I iiarmv aoie to io an tiling and the first cold weatliei 1 contracted a cold t that time I hail the jrood fortune to lit-ar of Doan's Kidne Pills, and th ;r use restored me to good health. Tbis 1 1 med can be obtained at Kelly & Pollard's Drug Store." For sale by all dealers. Price r" ints T-Vtater-Milbura Co.. Buffalo Np Y..- soli -ant-, rl L'nited States. Kememhrr the name loan s and take no otl.tr. MAY DEMOLISH AN EL PASO LANDMARK Friday afternoon the ctty council passed a resolntion dlw"n ! laura A loomia i awy , i . council Saturday morning at 10 ociock and show cause why the house owned by her at T1S North Santa Fe street should not be demolished. This two-story brick structure, which has stood for many rears, is one of the oldest landmarks in the citv. The walls have become cracked and the structure has been deemed unsafe by the city building inspector RAIN AT SOLOMONVILLE CATCHES MUCH HAY DOWN .solomonviile r-z . May 10.-Rain at Solomonville lowered the temperature a great deal. Showers fell frequently. A rreat deal of hav is down and may be damaged. Tins is the tirst cutting, j The season is late on account oi tin unusuallv cold weather Miss va Eakin. court reporter is in Globe for a few davV v isit at her home Judge A !. McAlister went to (.lobe to hoW court for judge hute n uses which judge Shute had been counsel as prosecuting attorney. The family of sheritf T. O. Alger ha-, moved into town from the ranch in Ar testa. They will occupy one of the houses owned bv Mr. Solomon on Main street. Julio Topia. janitor at the court house. is coniined to his home and bed on ac I MMint of sickness. 1 R. W. Smith, clerk of the superior courti went to the valley on business. Miss T.aura Wight came down from Clifton to make her grandmother. Mrs. . Diaz. i visit. V. A. i.illespie went to Willeox on business, lemming the same afternoon. W. F.. I l.irk went up the Gila river to Duncan, Sheldon and Guthrie to serve notices of an injunction ia a water si.n to be brought by the water users in the valley. Miss Lily Claridge went to Brvce to spend the week's end visiting witn reU tives. rsealled-fer Spring Salt at less than cost. We guarantee to fit you and please you. R. V. Pearson, i Texas. Meat is down, and Ardoin put it the-a. JCST AS GOOD. "Do you alwas leave cards w n jou call'" "No, sometimes I leave an umbreTi.' Milwaukee Sentinel. When Women Are Pale Health Klow Better than Rouge Women who are pale and feel i i pelled to iesort to cosmetics to c their complexion a natural" , ' -WiL,,?e D!easea to know a better v. a-. Pallor Is caused by poor tbln b'oo 1 nothinsc els. If your blood is as rich and red as it ought to be -skin will 1i,m- that ruddv hue of health. so much desired. i"11 Miss lata Wohlers of Brook r-V V nl""d, became thin and poor last spring naking me pale and t -vous I Mart aeard that Vmni . " srlendid t!-,rg for thU conditio V- r began using it and received "" 1 U" re8tred m healthv - I and made me feel well again v, Is an excellent tonW- S ' l inrrfil,"yvPOS,itiVely lnat "re U no- . b"5odikd,nbu,t,runp,Cweaankd PrUun"d ' - You can ue Vinol without anv n a'nd racrVouroney F Kel Poaard. Drsts! & '