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Gen. Funston Reports 30,000
Federals Are Gathered
Around Capital.
ff Brie. Gen. Funston reported to-
day that the Mexican forces In
llenco City had taKen the offensive
against the Zapatistas and driven
them from nearby towns. He says
there are 30.OO federals In the Mexi
can capital.
Constitutionalist troops have become
verv active along the railroad between
Soledad and Orizaba, but are acting in
independent bands. Ricardo Lopez, at
the head of a band of some 200 peons Is
said to be laying waste the section
south of Veracrnr, towards the sea
Becauso of the successes of the fed
eral troops in routing the Zapatistas,
the capital feels the menace of violence
In the city has been removed.
May Arrange Surrender.
The reason for gathering the fed
eral army at Mexico City is unex
plained. It is supposed to be for the
purpose of surrender when the trans
fer of the government to the Carran
za administration is arranged.
Army ofidals who have been unduly
prominent in the campaign against tho
"uonsututionaiists" nave au leit tneir
commands and will seek safety abroad.
All packages carried to and from
Juarez will in the future be opened and
inspected, according to an order just
issued by Gen. George Bell Jr. If per
sons crossing the international bridge
have their packages open, it will save
them much time and prevent conges
tion. All the soldiers along the border
have been lnrtructed to make thorough,
investigations of every package, box
and all freight crossed over.
Customs inspectors have redoubled
their efforts to apprehend smuggled
ammunition, since the seizure here
3Xonday night by the military of 5000
cartridges, apparently destined for
The seizure was made by Lieut Vin
cent P. Erwin.
Gen Bells' order was taken by ob
servers here to indicate that the
American government, through the war
department. Is using every precaution
to prevent a counter-revolution In
Mexico, so far as it is possible to do so
from this side of the boundary line.
Whether Gen. Bell's instructions to
patrols here were taken on his own
initiative, or emanated from the war
department, was not learned.
Alleged Murderer of William
Benton Permitted Free
dom of El Paso.
Train service has been renewed on
the Mexican Central between ' Juarez
ana Chihuahua, after being interrupted
since Friday night because of a wreck
north of Chihuahua. Delayed trains
vere sent south Monday afternoon and
the regular schedule of freight and
passenger trains is now being main
tained. A number of American min
ing men left on the delayed train Mon
day afternoon.
Tampico, Mex July 27. Via Laredo.
Tex July 5S. Upon receipt of official
infonnation here today that provis
ional president Carbajal will send two
delegates immediately to Saltillo to ar
range the transfer of executive author
Itive power to the Constitutionalists,""
Sen. Carranza arranged to leave for
It was said Carranza would not select
a commission, but 'would meet the Car
bajal commission himself.
Should Govern
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ing & Plumbing Co.
Phone 956. 109 IT. Campbell St.
Car service U prompt and reliable.
EVIDENTLY the order Issued some
days ago to the effect that rebel
officers would not be allowed to
cross the international line to El Paso
is not being rigidly enforced. With
a. party of friends, Bodolfo Fierro, ac
cused of the killing of William S. Benton
the British subject, came to this city
Tuesday morning and spent the day at
the Hotel Sheldon, Paso del Norte and
other places.
Fierro has been In Juarez for several
days. He is attached to Villa's army.
He was recently appointed commander
of one of the brigades by Gen. Villa
but Carranza brought such pressure
to bear that It is understood the ap
pointment was countermanded. The
Carranza commission, it is alleged,
upon its investigation of the death of
William S. Benton, held Fierro guilty.
Other Officers Leave.
Gen Callxto Contreras and a nartv
of Villa's staff officers, who have been
on the border, left Juarez last night
for the south on a special train. Sev
eral thousand new uniforms and quan
tities of ammunition were aboard the
trans. The departure of these men
gave added strength to the report
broueht here bv travelers from Chi
huahua City that Villa's army was on
the eve of marching towards Mexico
Order More Uniforms.
The "Constitutionalists," through
their purchasing agent here, hare or
dered 50.000 more uniforms from a
New York firm. These uniforms will
be shipped to Chihuahua and later dis
tributed among Villa's soldiers.
So far there has been no movement
of Villa's troops south of Torreon.
Some brigades In the state have
changed posts.
Carothers Sees Villa.
George C. Carothers. special agent
of the state department, arrived here
late tonight from Chihuahua City,
where he hs been In conference with
Villa. It was reported that his mis
sion was to Impress on the northern
leader that the United States would
look with stern disfavor on another in
ternal disagreement among the "Con
stitutionalists." Carothers refused to
discuss that phase of the subject, but
stated that he thought there is now no
danger of a repetition of the recent
Carranza-VUla Quarrel.
3Iay Release Terrazas.
Arrivals from the state capital of
Chihuahua said today that Luis Terrazas,
Jr, who has been held in the Chihuahua
penitentiary for several months by
Villa, has been released on parole and
negotiations are under way between
his family and the revolutionists to ef
fect his full release.
Executions of Officials.
Executions are taking place almost
daily in FarraL Chihuahua and Santa
Rosalia districts, according to cattle
men who arrived Tuesday morning from
these points. The (victims are office
holders and officers in the "Constitu
tionalist" army convicted of petty
graft. Within the past week eight
persons have been executed at Parral
while an even larger number are be
lieved to have been shot at Chihuahua.
"Villa a Godfather.
Villa is arranging to leave Chihuahua
for a. visit to Nleves ranch, according
to these cattlemen. He is going there
to - christen the Infant hOd -of Gen.
Tomas Urbina. After this visit it Is
expected that he will leave Tor the
south with his forces.
Labor In Scarce.
Labor is very scarce In the mining
districts of liexlco. The American
Smelting & Refining company, one of
the largest operating, has offered a
bonus to secure a sufficient force of
men to operate. They are giving the
men a 50 percent bonus and an addi
tional 15 percent if they remain in their
employment for a month.
Carranza To Monterey.
Gen. Venustlano Carranza is expected
to reach Monterey Wednesday. "Con
stitutionalist" consul R. E. Muzqulz has
had private telegrams from friends
who are leaving Saltillo for Monterey
today to attend a conference with Gen.
Carranza there Wednesday. Carranza
has been in Tampico awaiting the ar
rival of the Carbajal peace commission
for several days, but will go to Mon
terey and Saltillo, where he expects to
confer with the Carbajal envoy. Reg
inaldo Cepeda. and the peace commis
sion appointed by provisional president
Cabrera Coming.
Luis Cabrera, who has been repre
senting Carranza in Washington, has
ieit Ban Antonio lor Monterey, where
he will confer with his chief. He will
be accompanied by Alberto Pant, who
is said to have been selected to be min
ister of communications in Carranza's
Identification Tag Worn by
American Also Obtained
From War Office.
His Honor Says Bryan Was
(Never, a Democrat; Takes
Slap at Anti Leaders.
Veracruz. Mex Julv 18. Brig. Gen. If Tom Lea is tne anu' ring candi-
FiinKtnT, nAn. t,a .vMnnr. of th fntft ' date for mayor, mayor C. E. Keliv win
of private Samuel Parks, 28th U. a In- j be In the race for reelection. Approx-
fantry, who was shot to death by
Mexican outpost In front of Veracruz
early in May. Gen. Funston Monday
received the aluminum Identification
tag worn by private Parks when he
wandered out of the American lines. It
was forwarded by mail from Kansas
The tag and parts of his bloodstained
uniform have been reposing in the
Mexican war office for many weeks.
They were sent there when an investi
gation of the killing of the American
soldier by the Washington government,
was undertaken by the Mexican offi
cials. Didn't Want "Stuff Any Longer.
-What the result of that Investiga
tion was or the nature of the report
made to Washington Is not known
here. The Mexican war office appa
rently considers the Incident closed,
however, as the uniform. Including
Parks's campaign hat, caked with
blood and a hole in the back of It
made bv the bullet which probably
caused his death, was given to a jani-
lor empioyea aoout me -war aepan
ment last Friday with the statement of
an attache that "we don't want this
stuff here any longer."
The Incident was reported to an
American residing in Mexico City and
he obtained possession of the identifi
cation tag and forwarded it to Gen.
Charlie Bassett Imports
Seeds from Spain; to Be
Raised on Big Scale.
Charlie Bassett is putting the onion
Kwn its throne as the king crop of
back on lis """ , .,. nAAn av nt
George Look and Others Are
Back of $85,000 Project;
to Be 6 Stories High.
An SS5.000 hotel Is to built bv Georre
Look and others, facing the union sta
tion par, at me intersection 01 san
Francisco and Davis streets.
The new hotel "will be of concrete
frtfisfrnrtinn anri -will K flranMAf
rc"Ji " . tTTiu f . -"' name mose live DUt I oo not mini
throughout. It will be six stories high f that it Is necessary. You know them.'
ana nave us rooms, each room
eouiDDed with a nrivate bath. The
hotel will have a frontage oa the depot
park and will extend back 14 feet on
Davis street H. X. Beutell, jr., is pre
paring the plans for the new hotel.
The following program will be ren
dered by the 16th infantry band under
the direction of S. M. Tresing, princi
pal musician, at Cleveland square,
Tuesday evening, beginning at :
March, "Washington Grace," C. S.
Overture, "Black Queen,'' Fred
Waltz. "Espana," E. WalDeufeL
Vocal solo, "The Holy City," Adams;
Miss Margaret Agnew White, accom
panied by the band.
Medley, "All Star." Chas. J. Roberts.
Excerpts from "The Prince of Pilsen,"
Gustar Luders.
Medley, "1861." Calven.
Miss Margaret Agnew White of El
Paso, will sing "The Holy City." She
is an honor graduate of the Conserva
tory of St.' Louis and also holds an
artist's diploma.
Women ammunition smuggles are
again using the street cars to Juarez.
Two women were taken from a Mexico
car Monday night with 10W rounds of
ammunition concealed under their
dresses. They were detained by the
military guards on the bridge but were
not arrested. The rebels are said to
be paying J5. Villa money, for getting
1000 rounds of ammunition across tne
line and the smuggling business is
becoming active again. There are no
women Inspectors at the bridge at
night and It is believed the Mexican
women attempted to take advantage
of this fact to get ammunition across
the border.
WfoyScratch f
Hunt's Cure'is guar
it anteed, , to t stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will be promptly refunded
if Hunt's Cure fails to cure
Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Worm or anv mhrr su.
Disease. 50c at your droreixt'a. or hv tnn
2"ct."lh.ehasn'tit- Manufactured only by
Toronto, Canada, July Zi. Confirma
tion of the report that a counter revo
lution tor .Mexico is In prospect, was
made here Monday by Luis Elguero,
who was one of the Huerta delegates
to the mediation conference. He said
Toronto would be the center of opera
tions by former, president Huerta and
Gen. Felix Diaz, who would head the
Senor Elguero said he was in To
ronto to meet Gen.. Diaz, who Is now
in the city, with a view to making ar
rangements for, the proposed revolution
and that expresident Huerta was ex
pected to arrive here shortly, accom
panied b hlB colleagues.
John B. Gamble, age 41 years, died
Monday night at his home, the Pearson
hotel. Deceased came to El Paso about
a year and a half ago accompanied
by his wife, who survives him. Funeral
services wiU be held Wednesday morn
ing at 9 oclock at the chapel. 708 North
Stanton street Rev. C. L. Overstreet
will have charge of the services. Inter
ment will be made in Evergreen ceme
tery. .
Lillian Walker. Widly Van and a
good Vitagraph cast at the Bijou will
show you a good comedy today. "Lil
lian's Dilemma." This photoplay is a
first class legitimate comedy, contain
ing any amount of spontaneous,
laughter. When you have the chance3
to see a two-reel Vitagraph comedy,
don't miss it Marc MacDermott in
"Face to race," seventh story of "The
Man Who Disappeared" series, will also
please you. The pictures in this series
have all been good live numbers and
this one is the best one yet Mariam
Nesbitt and a good cast support Mr.
MacDermott In excellent form. The
Pathe Daily News will complete the
best program In the city today. Come
and be convinced.
Wednesday. John Bunny and Flora
Finch will be seen In a. crackajack
comedy. Advertisement
"Lord Chumley," Kiaw & Erlangers
splendid comedy-drama, will be shown
at the Wigwam today for the last time.
It Is a very high class. Interesting pic
ture. x
Tomorrow the Wigwam will present
The GoodFor-Xothlng." a drama
which the Essanay company claims Is
Its most elaborate production. G. M.
Anderson, commonly known as "Bron
cho Billy, Is seen as an easterner for
the first time In many pictures. "The
Good-for-Nothlng" is considered by the
Wigwam management to be worthy of
a place In Its masterpiece service-Advertisement
imately SW memDers of the Yonnrr
Men's Democratic club Monday nltrht
heard Park Pitman make that asser
tion. Carrying red torches the young
Democrats had marched from the head
quarters on San Antonio street to
mayor Kelly's house. A band led the
Bne of march. The demonstration was
in the nature of a tribute to mayor
Kelly for his success in electing Ad
rian Pool county jHdge. It was ad
mitted that four-fifths of the victory
of that election belonged to mayor
It was county clerk Park Pitman
wao nominatea mayor .teiiy. "Let
them bring on Tom Lea or R. IT Tma-
ley," said Park Pitman, "and we will
oeai inem aii. x nominate .tienry Kelly
mayor of El Paso." The crowd cheered.
Tributes to Kelly.
When state senator Claude Hudspeth
arose to make a speech, the senator
offered an amendment to Park's nomi
nation. "I nominate Henrv KVlw
mayor of EI Paso for life," declaimed
senator Hudspeth. The crowd cheered
"Let us analyze the strenerth nf
mayor Kelly." said Claiborne Adamap
rauiut ma vuitc;, uu you Know why
mayor Kelly Is so strong?"
Adams said it was because the heart
of the mayor was spelled with a capi
tal H. and mayor Kelly stood by his
friends to the last ditch and then some.
Mayor Flays "Antis."
It was mayor Kelly who started tho
mayoralty talk. "I see," said the
mayor, who was holding a copy of the
El Paso Herald In his hand, "that The
Herald is grooming its candidates for
the spring election. It also says that
the 'antii' will make the laws. The
"antis" are no mors. You, my friends,
could make a great man of Gene Harris.
He has the making of a great man in
him and he wiU be one If he stays
away from Tom Lea. Billy Bell Ware
and Dan Jackson. I want to snv thnt
this is the first time In my life that LI
A..A .irn. , .t.n ..nit.. .....9 . J 1
v,o ..sua. iu luc yviia MliU VtliCU Itir
governor down to constable and never
lost one. It was because everyone of
those candidates were my personal
friends and they were all good men.
In this fight the "antls" started a. race
fight I want you to hear this: The
Mexican is no different from the Ger
man, the French, the Irish or any other
nationality and whenever I find any
one trying to put their feet on them
Henry Kelly is going to take it off."
"The primaries are over." continued
mayor Kelly, "and we have won. Let
us put our arms around every loyal
Democrat and hug him except five who
were leaders of the opposition. I could
name those five but I do not think
'Yes. we know them." cried tho
Bryan Tkot a Democrat.
"Those five constitute the smallest
thing that I could speak of." said mayor
Kelly. Mayor Kellystated that Morris
Sheppard could never again be elected
to any office In Texas. "He fills Bai
ley's chair like 'one bean in a large
bag." said mayor Kelly. "He could
never be elected even constable. W. J.
Bryan was never a Democrat He ran I
on the Democratic ticket three times.
I am t"i best Democrat in El Paso. I '
voted for Bryan three times. 1 thought
I would have to vote for nlm four
times. But if he had run again I would
have gone fishing "
Ballard Coldwell, Robert Hollldsy,
Louis Behr and I. G. Gaal also ad
dressed the crowd.
Pitman for "Mayor.
Park Pitman Is considered the "ring"
choice for mayor at the spring election
t mayor iveiiy aoes not run again.
Park was county clerk for so many
years that his friends lost count He
was not a candidate at the recent pri
maries although ne worked with the
"ring" for the election of the organi
zation ticket As a reward for faith
ful service and because he Is consid
ered a strong political asset Pitman
may head the ticket for the "ring" at
the city election. Alderman W. S.
Clayton Is another "ring" possibility
for mayor if mayor Kelly does not run.
Young Democrats celebrated the
election Monday evening with a dinner
at the Harvey house. The dinner was
an informal one and politics were dis
cussed . Those present were: P. R.
Price, Ballard Caldwell, A. R. Gramb
Ilng. G. G. Sherman. Mason Pollard.
Robert Holliday, Frank Felulle. Harry
Ramev. Russell Ramey. J. M. Harris,
Joe Klaoper, L. E. Behr. Otto Arm
strong. Tom Newman. W. K. Ramsey
and G. B. Cunnincham.
Phones 505-506.
Imported Swiss,
per lb
per lb
204-206 E. Overland St.
Imported Limburger,
per lb ,
.40C per lb
OP - Holland Herring,
All Kinds oi Sardines, Salmon, Jap Crab, Tnna Fish.
"The Million Dollar Mystery" today,
last time of episode No. S. See how the
butler foils the conspirators "At the
Bottom of the Sea." Also a "Keystone
Komedy" that is sure to pull a laugh
from every one. Look for our three
Keystones a week. Another Keystone
day tomorrow. Advertisement
Federal officers Tuesday arrested
Ging Hasekawa, a Japanese, who was
deported some time ago after It was
learned he was employed In a house
of illfame. Hasekawa is well known
here, having tried to Introduce silk
growing In the valley. He came to El
Paso yesterday from Juarez and was
at once placed under arrest
E. Calzado. Villa's superintendent of
railroads, is hern fnr n. brief vtalt be
fore going south with the rebel army J
ui me norm 10 JtexicO llty.
If It Worth Having, It's Worth Pay
lng For.
We don't have to give our advertis
ing away, in order to get it Our
patrons are satisfied to buy it A word
to the wise. Advertisement
Victor A. Lee will head the Central
Labor union during the next year. He
was elected president of the central
body Monday evening at the annual
election. E. C. Smith, was elected vice
president: Roy Walker second vice
president: G. H. Peekham, recording
secretary: Ted McHoId. secretary and
treasurer; C. H. Smith, sergeant at
arms, and E R. lloody. doorkeeper.
The new officers were installed as
soon as the election was held. Retir
ing president W C. Manning presided t
at tne msiaiauon ceremonies.
P10 ?" ".ii.v In the olden days of
El PasVvalieys primitive prosperity the
S ZZVL onion was known over the
Sl? its fine flavor. Then the Col
ni, water hogs robbed the lower
Welches of its rilhtful supply of water
and the El Paso onions disappeared
frT2stthfairMr!' Bassett sent to the
American consul at Denla. Spain, and
nhtamed US pounds of the famous
DeSa onion seed which cost J I a pound
d wh?ch produces tho finest Spanish
onfonVknown to the produce trade. He
emnloved William Powers, an expert
onion Sower, to take charge of his
ranch in the lower yiuicj uiu iuojt
hve bwn conducting a practical ex
ptrimenf In onion growing. Thirty
acres of the imported onion seed was
nlanted and a careful study made of
th results. The land was seeded last
&Mtember and it is expected to have
a laiee crop from the field this year
In September. In spite of excessive
rains which have curtailed the crop
and the presence of thrlp, a small In
sect which attacks the onion tops, tha
croD on the Bassett ranch is expected
to yield a good return. The thrip was
not discovered until It had worked
on a part of the field but It was easily
eradicated by the use of a nicotine
.Experiment Successful.
r Ttassett has a two fold purpose in
carrying on his experiment with the
Spanish onion. He wishes to find a
crop for his ranch that will be a money
maker ana at me saints uuie win bo
the El Paso valley a cultivated crop
that will yield a large return and will
induce actual settlers to cultivate the
land. The onion crop is known to be
adapted to the El Paso climate and
soil. The crop matures one month after
the Laredo district crop is marketed
and wiU find a ready sale. Under or
dinary conditions Mr. Bassett says that
an acre of El raso vauey jana wui
produce from J00 to 450 crates of on
ions a year. At the prevaling price of
from 51.25 to SI. 50 a crate the onions
will yield a good return on the invest
ment It is estimated that the cost of
raising one acre of onions will be J10B
and the maximum of productivity will
increase as the knowledge of the crop
is rained. Mr. Bassett says. The Denla
onion is not grown successfully in the
United States but must be imported
from Spain. If the El Paso valley can
produce these onions successfully the
market for them will be unlimited and
the profits will be corespondingly
Studying Results.
Mr. Bassett's experiment has already
attracted the attention of the onion ex
perts. J. W. Murray an onion buyer
from Laredo, is here to make a study of
the conditions in El Paso and to inspect
the Bassett onion field. Mr. Bassett is
planning to put in 100 acres of onions
this fall for the next year's croD. Dr.
B. Ml Worsham and other valley land
owners are also planning to put In the
onion crop and Mr. Bassett's dream of
returning the onion to the El Paso val
ley is about to come true.
Saturday afternoon at t oclock,
Adrian Pool, county Judge elect, will
give his second annual barbecue to
his friends at his ranch west of Canu
tillo. "Tell them that there Is a good
gravel road to the house and that if it
rains tbe road will be as good as If it
were dry. and I have barns big enough
to house all my friends," said the
newly nominated judge, "so none of
them need hesitate about coming on
account of any unfavorable weather."
Judge Pool's barbecue was one of the
treats of the year last year and Is
still spoken of by his friends with
much pleasure.
T am busy harvesting my alfalfa
now." said the newly nominated head
of the county affairs today, "but I will
take the day off Saturday and see j
that everything Is In shape for my ,
friends Saturday night Next week I
am going to leave for Aldrldge, Texas,
on a visit"
Mr. Fool denies that he will return
with a bride.
: : : : r
Washington, D. C July IS. ;.
The day in congress: :
Debate was resumed on trust
Mile-. .;.
Investigation of charges of
railroad rate discriminations In t
the south was continued before
a committee.
Republican conferees decided .
not to filibuster against the )
trust bills, but to hurry ad-
Journment o
Consideration of conference
reports on appropriation bills
was resumed. .
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and generally sold at $1250. Spe
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Phone 599.
Other Dining Tables at Proportionately
Low Prices Up to $40.00. All Styles
and Finishes
Western Furniture Co.
S 308 South El Paso Street Phone 1482 1
Hutchinson, Kan, July 28. Hundreds
of farmers bringing wheat to Hutch
inson and surrounding grain stations
today were advised to return home with
their grain or take a low price, be
cause of the embargo declare by the
railroads on export wheat through tne
port of Galveston. One of the terminal
grain companies ceased buying today
and. but for the European situation
grain men asserted, the wheat price
would have dropped several cents.
Mary Jane Slippers
Tango Ties
The most popular sellers
right now are the Mary Jane
or Baby Doll Slippers and
the Tango Ties We have
plenty of sizes and can fit
lStenTleate only?2.5U aild $2.00
Tango Ties In patent and black satin, tfo f(
Spanish Cuban or low heel npJ,JJ
Raus Mit 'Em Shoe Sale
Our Raus Mit 'Era shoe sale will continue all this
week to give everybody an opportunity to partici
pate in this the greatest Shoe-Money-Saver.
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mellowness that smoothes a man's temper. FuH
weight 2oz. tins, 10c. Coupons of Value with VELVET.
Even Away Up In Idaho
They have the clean up and paint up plan, and the Government issued
a proclamation for a clean up and paint up week effective through the
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