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COLES BERS JT HOWIE CL Says that He Does Not Object to Name of "Apple Pie" Coles, but Declares that Mr. Kelly "Has Not Left Any Pie For Anyone Else, Having Eaten All the PieandIsAftertheCrust;"MakesHotTalk. "A: S for me being 'Apple Pie Coles, I do not think Mr. Kellv has left any pie for imiiiK else. He has eaten all the pie 1 e!f and Is now after the crost This -was A. P. Coles's reply to may r - i F Kelly's speech at the Young v s Democratic dub smoker. It was i i'e by Mr Coles in his speech be Tut the County and City Democratic cnih .1' the regular Friday night meet i'i m i' O.Ies bviMtpg when the i-owd called for "Apple Pie" Coles. Objection to niu T ha e no objection to beinf- called "pple re Coles." Mr Coles announced i response to the calls for a speech i m him -Hot I do think it is be i . i Ji the dignity of the mayor's office r r the mayor of any city to get up i I ridicule a private ct'xen rcane !n. views on politics do not agree with 1 ic Mr Coles continued. It did not effanu me at alL Mr. Kell and myself have been "close fr ends smce we came to El Paso in 7 6 He was a clerk In a drag store -hen and T was a clerk in a grocery "tore I hope to remain his friend even il ough we differ in regard to the eon hn t of the city and county affairs. I v ouid not become offended at what v is said hv him. Itmrent off my back 1 kt water off a duck's back. I do n t think it was his fault that he got -in in public and made such a speech. It is 'Gods fault.' Vcrmifase Necessary- " He has told us that he can be mayor as long as he lives, but that he has 7etr wanted an office. I am afraid th it if he gets more pie, he will have to hesm to take vermifuge "nt as a citizen of El Paso, I am tiki - the political stand that I am 1 eiuse I beliee it is to the best in terest of the city The mator knows chestrions V FOR CXVB. LODGES, DAXClXG ACADEMIES, CAFES, HOTELS, BIL LIARD ROOMS THEATRES, ETC. The Peerless has taken awards at all expositions. Yon will find them on IT. S. Battleships, Steamships, leading Theatres, Hotels, Dancing Academies in the U. S. If yon wish an instrument that will not be effected by dry climates, that produces real music instead of Boise, that is cheapest in the end, why, do not e persuaded by some person earning a comwission, but investigate and pur chase the PEERLESS, as the following have done: Fl Paso Country dab. Isleta Valley Inn. Haneroffs Confectionery. v ryfctal Theatre, Carrizoxo, X. M. leiellos Dancing Academy. Libertv Theatre. Ideal Billiard Halt F. Armendariz. Spanish American Cafe. Ross & Williams Cafe. X. Madrid Cafe. John Ford, Smelter. And many others We carry all the fattest music rolls in stock and maintain a factory expert. Your old piano taken in exchange, balance on convenient terms. Free music rolls and repairs. We are sole representatives in the Southwest. Any Peerless instruments offered for sale by others than ourselves, we guarantee to be secondhand and obsolete styles. F. G. Billings Piano Co. 102 N. STANTON. DONT Jack Frost You Fill your bin NOW with the kind of coaE that wiBS insure all-winter comfort. tys here in our yards and we can get it to you in a hurry. Fe Seventh and I? KELLY 1 CTII and everyone else knows that I do not want office and that I would not accept one But, thank God. they can t hurt my business. I expect to be in this movement until every man can vote and speak his sentiments pub hclv. as a free man. on nublic affairs without feeling that it would damage his business or that he would be boy cotted by anyone. I am tired or hav ing business men of our city tell me that they are afraid to speak and vote their sentiments for fear their business would be injured. Danger From Debt. "There is a great chance of El Paso bein plunged into such heavy in debtedness by continual bond issues without the judicial handling of the monies of the city that our city might be crippled in its grov.ta for years to come. " "The most Important thing in hi Paso is the upbuilding of the public schools and I feel and know that nothing is mire important to the growth of the city. I believe that we Ghi.ij hn a ehAol hoard composed of the best men in El Paso, regardless of politics, and men who rase me p without any pledge to anyone. "The voters of El Paso should know and understand that when you raise the taxes in a city, you raise the rents on tenants who live in rented prop erty The owner Is trying to make a reasonable Interest on his Investment. When taxes are raised he goes to his agent and tells him to raise the rents as he is notrgettlng enough Income to pav him six percent on his investment after uTtar taxes and other expenses. This Is where the renter Is vitally af fected, for Indirectly, he is really pay ing the taxes. Bent Men In Club. "This clnh is made un of the best class of men. both laboring men, busi- The Famous Peerless Automat ic Pianos, Or S: Photo-Players West Tsleta Country Crab. The Bon Ton, Ysleta. Hidalgo Theatre. Eureka Clnh. Century Club. Elks' Lodge, Las Craees. El Buen Tom Hall. Saltan Club. Keno Pool Room. G. W. Pontius. Empire Pool Room. R. W. GoMing, Silver City. in the Southwest. LET Fuel Co. Santa Fe Catch B r IfTOlE MH ninii Jaco Ariz. Oot H Hostilities be tween go ernor Maj torena and Gen. Benjamin Hill hae been temporarily suspended, pending the conclusion of the Aguascalientes peace conference, and the Maytorena troops Friday night were being withdrawn to a point 35 kilometers south of their battle ground at Naco, Sonora. Peace commissioner Ramon Sosa from the convention obtained a cessa tion of hostilities after three days' parleying with the two factions. May torena previously had readily agreed to retire to kilometer 10. but had failed to effect any backward movement. I serious admonitions from the United States government through officers of J the border patrol here, are reported j to have been the convincing arguments " muw.ttu tin; .ncjumit ICAUCI B. The Hill partisans, however, fear that the nncontrolable Yaqul indlans will disregard the peace terms. Never theless the Hill forces have left the trenches and regard the siege as ended for the present at least nss men and men In all lines of honest endeavor. They do not expect to throw mud or accuse the opponents of dishonesty' unless the other side starts it first." Others Speak. The meeting was called to order by judge J M. Goggin. the president of the club, who made a short address and asked the members to pav their poll taxes and to haTe everyone else thev knew to pay theirs. Because he had to leave, he called X St. Wyatt to preside. Mr. Wvatt made a brief ad dress, as did W. B. Ware, Capt. Her bert Brown. J A. Morriss and Edward Kneeland The membership committee announced that there were 1011 names on the membership roll and that many applications for membership were be ing received bv mail The names ot the members are known to no. one but the executive committee. A smoker is to be held by the club at the skating rink on Mills street on November 6 for all the members of the club. FEDERAL OFFICER HOLDS CARRANGISTA E. J Lopez, secretary of the local Carranza. consulate, was arrested Sat urday morning by oepnty marshal Ed. Bryant on a charge of recruiting men for service la a foreign country The arrest was made on information said to have been received by federal authorities. Tfls hATld wjut .fixed at ?!. "The arrest of toper," said acting con sul Jorge Oroico, "is the result of a desire to Injure us. made by a man who we have befriended Some days ago a man came to the consulate and asked for money to get to Mexico City. He was in very bad shape and told us that he was connected with Carranxa's staff but that he had become separated from Mr. Carransa when the latter left Juarez. Since that time, ho said, he had been trying to rejoin Carranza. "I ordered Mr Lopez to look up the case. The man gave the names of -many persons well known in Mexico City, who he claimed knew him and. out of pity, he was given sufficient money tc carry him to Mexico City. Later he was found intoxicated and the next day he came to the consulate and de manded more money to get to Mexico Citv. This we promptly refused The next thing we knew Mr Lopez had been arretted We have been careful to rigidl adhere to the statute regarding neutrality and I am convinced that, upon investigation, the charges will be found groundless." VILLA'S ADMIRER IS FIRED; . NEW YORK GETS NEW CONSUL Washington. D. C Oct U. New Tork gets a new Mexican consul gen eral. Rafael Zubaran Capmany, in charge of the Mexican embassy here, announced Fridav night that Ignacio Enriquez had been appointed to that position. Francisco UrquidL who had been acting as consul general, fell into disfavor with the Carranza govern ment on account of his expressions of admiration for Gen. Villa. Peerless Instruments Score Agnln In EI Fano. El Paso's popular dining place, the Tsleta Valley Inn, purchased a Peerless Automatic Electric Piano from the F. G. Billings Piano Co. this week Mrs. Lansden's large dining room in the new location will be utilized for informal dances this season for the benefit ot her guests. The Peerless Instrument is the same make as purchased by the El Paso Country club, West Tsleta Country club, Bon Ton. Tsleta, and many other places In El Paso and vi cinity who are judges of tone qnalltv. correct music and other qualities that make up the Famous Peerless Instru ments. The Billings Piano Co. is sole representative in the Southwest for the Peerless Advertisement. If you want to sell real estate of any kind, list it with us for quick action. Office open until H a. m. Sundavs. In dependence Realty Co. 204 Herald building Phone 65 11 Advertisement. Business Is Good With Us And Seems to be Improving Every Day We hear the cry of hard times and scarcity of monev, with some of the El Paso merchants. Xot so at Jenkins Piano Co. bince we reduced our prices on standard made pianos. If our fellow merchants who are ex periencing a shortage in business will join Jenkins Tiano Co. in reducing prices and dividing their profits with their customers we are convinced their business will take a boom as ours has done. There are plenty of people with money to spend, and they will spend it if the merchant nap pens to have what they want, if their goods are right, ami their prices are right. That is the reason Jenkins Piano Co. are selling so many pianos during these war times. We have proven our pianos, plavers and electric playing pianos are right, and the kind that will stand "this climate. It also proves we are selling on terms to suit the buyers. We are selling new pianos of good, dependable makes, from ?00.00 and upwards, player-pianos at $400.00 and upwards, electric playing pianos for $450.00 and upwards. We defy competition and onlv ask a fair comparison. Let us bhow you our pianos. Get our prices "and terms; thev will do the rest. Jenkins Piano Co. THB BIG PIANO HOUSE. With Branch Stores at DougUs, Globe and Miami, Arizona. iii jTuuuc so. mam victor on SSBRESTED With Jose Orozco and Five Other Mexicans, He Is Taken From Office. Victor L. Ochoa. Jose Orozco and five other well known Mexicans were ar rested shortly before noon Saturday at 111 fffw-e. of Ochoa in the Electric bulldmbv a squad of city detective, and pof.cey off.rs headed by Jeaa a Stansel. Those arrested are Ochoa. Jose Or"ozcl Nicolas Chavao-is. Jose a Ra geL Enrique Vascenselos. fcrnesto G. Juarez and Gabriel Soto. The sen men were taken to the police station by the officers where they were docketed as v"" acters." Chief Stansel declined to say on what charge the Mexicans were ar rested, saying. "The detectiies wore working on several clues that may soon lead to startling disclosures. Ochoa'n Mofemnit. Mr Ochoa when seen at the police station made the following statement regarding the arrest -Shortly before . . hr r was sitting in my of fices talking to six other men when I j was surprises io " "" " -- enter the room. They placed us under arrest on warrants charging me with having counterfeit Constitutionalist money in my possession -A in. the officers was Hector Ramos. head of the Villa detective agency, who. in my opinion, is personally responsi ble for the raia no vn uy vukk The Villa agents have been hounding me for some days and Saturday night. a week ago, they went to my home dur ing mv absence and looted my house. They exploded a lantern and set fire to the bouse, neighbors say, and they were frightened away by the persons residing next door. The neighbors rushed to my home and extingushed the flames with fire extinguishers. Villa's Agents Responsible. "These Villa agents seem to be de termined to stake trouble for me. but I will have Ramos in the penitentiary within a short time if he, continues his operations against me. The officers did not find a single piece of counter feit Villa, or any other currency; in my office, though they made a thorough search. Ramos picked- np "The rugs on the floor of the office and -went through my desk. But he didn-'t find anything. Further than this I know nothing re garding the raid on my offices or why I am being held " Ochoa had over $1 in United States currency in his possession. He has been a strong anti Villa mam for some time. Orozco is a coastal sf Pascual Orozco and was jefe de armas in Jua rez during the time thai his cousin controlled the northern zone. The other men arrested had large sums of United States currency in their posses sion. Ochoa has engaged Burges & Surges as attorneys No- bond has yet been fixed. The men are now being held in the city jail. Ucboa a ofeiI llan. Ochoa is a noted border Character, l'l the earlier days of EI Paso he was prominent in El Paso politics. Back in the early 0's he set on foot a revo lution against Porflrio Diaz. and. after it failed and his army was defeated ir western Chihuahua, he returned to Texas and was arrested near Fort Mockton. He escaped from jail at Fort Stockton by the aid of friends and was rearrested near Pecos, brought to El Paso and tried in federal court. Me was sentenced to prison and served: his term in Kings countv jail. New York. After that, he established a factor of fountain pens in Paterson. -N J, and later became an aviator, his airships attracting considerable atten tion in Atlantic City several vears ago. EI Pasoans had heard, however, that "Gen" Victor Ochoa had died while In prison and did not connect the ariator nventor. Victor Ochoa. with the former anti-Diaz revolutionist. Ochoa re appeared in El Paso during the reso lution of Pascual Orozco. He was ar rested during that revolution by U. S. agents in connection with the smug gling of ammunition to the Orozco army, but he defeated the cases in federal court. Since that time Ochoa "? . PPrentIy been living rather quietly in EI Paso. ILLNESS OF C S. TROOPS AT VERACKUZ INCIIEVSES Washington. D. C. Oct. zi The per centage of sickness among the Ameri can military forces at Veracruz was higher for the army but lower for the marines during the week ending Octo ber 21 than during the previous week. A statement issued by the war depart ment showed that the sick rate for the week ending October II was 1 7 percent for the army and 1.7S percent for the marines, against 1 S7 for the army and 2 05 percent for the marines for the preceding week. The number of those remaining sick at the end of the week was 7S. compared with S7 for the previous week. 6 ft, opposite Union station. JIS. Prnncbaker. (Advertisement.) Quality first. Crescent Cleaning Works. Auto will calL Phone 40SL Adv. E0 ft, opposite Union station. $:i0. Pennebaker. (Advertisement ) store 211 213 Texas St.. El Paso, i; W ear a D THE NEW "Corselless" figure can never be ywirs without the proper corset A C-B Ala Spirite. This may sound paradoxical, but it is true because not one woman in a thousand has the figure which unsupported displays grace and smartness. The C-B Ala Spirite is the right corset for the reason that k trains your figure gently into the simple, natural, youthful lines which years of compression m unnatural corsets have completely eliminated. The C-B Ala Spirite Corset always pre-eminent in smartness meets this new demand of Fashion with the sKH of 40 years of expert Corset making, and there is no type of figure it will not train into the new smart, youthful or "uncorseled" Ikes. We have expert Corsetteres lo demonstrate the Bew models. We mention briefly two of the many new styles made for every figure at a price for every parse: Style 2S7 at $1.00 Low bust, extra long hip, extension back and made of Alexandria cloth. Doable bone, hose supporters front and sides, trimmed with Barmen edging For medium figures and shown in s'zes IS to 30 i Pioneer Plaza BIJOU TODAY "George Ade Comedy" "The Lost Mail Sack" S part Kalera drama, featuring the beautiful Helen Holmes. MONDAY Francis X. Bushman "In The Glare of the Lights" 3 act prize drama that will aid you to win the $100 offered by the Ladies' World Magazine for the best solution of what the lost paragraph contained. See November issue of Ladies' World for particulars. LEARN TELEGRAPHY We will open a Telecraphy Depart ment Noember 2 to be conducted by Mr. 'Le. an experienced opera tor and teacher. Arrangements in advance will be to your advantage It. V. DWIS, MBr. Draugnon's Practical Business College. Robt. T. Neill LAWYER Room 1 7, Post Office Building. Phone 599. J. F. McKenzie Attorney at Law General Practice. Room S09-S10 Mills Bids:. Phone 6846 "The Corset Store of El Paso' sflPiS ttmifX W To Seetxre The New "Corsetless" Figwre LlaOpirite Oorset l t Jg.OO Style SOS at $5.00 Bebotaate model. Very low bast, long hi), extension back and made of Brocade. Hose supporters front and sides. Lightly boned, light weight front steel and trimmed wHk fine lace. For slendr figures. , "Tfee Store oi Service" ONE DAY ONLY WIGWAM THEATER Great European War Picture, Produced k England "Called to the Front" Modern Warfare Fully Shown Scenes of real troops are worked into the story i Conflicts as told by press dispatches reproduced THE SENSATION OF THE PICTURE WORLD ONE DAY ONLY NO INCREASE IN PRICES f CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE hambra Theatre A Vaudeville gng Pictures 2 SPECIAL MATINEES 2 Saturday and Sunday. Doors Will Open at 3 p. m. Saturday VAUDEVILLE ACTS Saturday HUGHES AND LYDELL, Parodists and Comedians. MUSICAL McDONALDS, Novelty Musicians. LINDEN BROS, Thrilling Acrobats. Three Reels Feature Drama and One Reel Cemeay. Sunday VAUDEVILLE Sunday PROF. 0. B. WISE, Famous Carteeafet. musical McDonalds ana linden bros. A Feature Picture. "The Marine's Compass " A One Reel Comedy. LPlV S13GCEHY hiff I COMPANY Just Received a New Shipment iVSAPLE SYRUP, PANCAKE and 1 j BUCK WHEAT FLOUR I Phones 505 and 506 204-206 E. Overland Street j MAIL ORDERS PROMPT ATTENTION I- - Phone :0NE DAY ONLY I 1 h I!