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EL PASO HERALD
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Grain Crop Is Large and
Several Thousand Addi
tional Workers Needed.
. Amarillo. Tex, May IS. Several
thousand additional farm bands will be
needed m the Panhandle during the
next two weeks to help In the harvest
incr of the small grain crops.
Farmers fear they will be unable to
S.ithfr the crops unless much addi
tional help can be secured Transient
farm workers already are arriving, but
not In sufficient numbers to supply the
demand, and efforts are being made to
secure field workers from less prosper
ous sections of the country to aid in
the emergency.
Crop Unusually Larsre.
Crops in the Panhandle this year are
unusual! large and it is feared some
ED OF MIS
may go to waste unless sufficient help
u secured to gather them.
ieaerai uuiiaing tvorK I'usneu.
Work is being pushed on Amarillo's
new 200.000 federal building. The
walls are now well above the ground
and big steel cranes are used o lift
the huge blocks of marble into place.
MACHINE GUN EQUIPMENT
GIVEN TO TEXAS COMPANY
Austin. Tex- May 18 Adjutant gen
eral Henry Hutchings was today noti
fied by the war denartment that a
complete equipment for a machine gun
! compan has been ordered, issued free
1 i i . ,.. .. M .,.-
ut cmuga Mg.aiitai any juiuunmi iv tut;
state of Texas. This equipment will
be furnished to the machine gun com
pany of the Fourth infantry, located
at Dallas, It being the first organized
in Texas.
H F SIT l.w.At.a
EHIODEFEITED
A
Obregonand Carranza Claim
Several Victories Over the
General of the North.
(Continued XYom la?e One).
Use home valley turkeys.
wK 'fw
"You Don't Look Right, Jones"
Errors of living, among which coffee-drinking is one of the
most common, has stirred the New York Health Department to
prepare a booklet of suggestions for indoor workers, and among other
wise bits of advice this booklet says:
"Bracers are harmful. This applies to the
use of tea, coffee and alcoholic beverages."
Sound advice!
All over America, for years, coffee drinkers, mdoor and out,
prompted byjheir own feelings and enlightened by science, have
gotten rid of coffee troubles by changing to
POSTUM
the pure food-drink
Postum, made of choicest wheat and a small portion of
wholesome molasses, tastes much like the finest Java, yet contains
ro caffeine (the harmful drug in coffee) nor any other harmful
element
Postum comes in two forms:
Postum Cereal the original form must be well boiled, 15c
and 25c packages.
Instant Postum the soluble form is prepared in the cup.
A teaspoonful in a cup of hot water makes a delicious drink
instantly. 30c and 50c tins.
Both kinds are equally delicious
about the same.
hands of the Carrancistas. but that the
provisional capital will not be moved
from Veracrus until the entire central
part of the republic is pacified.
Villa Orders (Ammunition.
An order for 5.000.000 rounds of seven
millimeter cartridges, to cost $175,000, j
was piaceu xunaay nigai oy Villa uixi-
cials with a New York firm. The ammu
to ammunition agents here The ammu
nition will be shipped to El Paso by ex
press. It is stated that the order was
placed at this thne as it is feared that
the embargo may be replaced.
Obregon Reports Victories.
General Obregon reported to General
Carranza today that he has received
the report of Gen Joaquin Amaro. com-
maml rt tliA thfH Hlvllnn if th,
northwest, advising that his forces I
have defeated small bands of bandits j
in the vicinity of Ajuno, .Micboacan. in !
which the bandits lost numbers of 1
dead, wounded, and prisoners, together J
with many arms, ammunition and sad- I
died horses. '
Fart of Amaro 3 command also had
a fight with other bands in Pomoca in
which the latter lost about M dead
and 20 prisoners, and large quantities
of arms and ammunition.
Zapatistas who went through el Oro
are being completely dispersed, the
Carrancistas affirm.
YAQUIS NOW MENACE
MEXICANS AT BACUM
Washington, D. C, May 18 Accord
ing to dispatches received by the state
department from American consul Sira
plch at Nogales, Soil, the Yaqul In
dians who have been attacking Ameri
can settlers in the Taqui valley of So
nora have now turned their attention
to the town of Bacum and are menac
ing a small Mexican garrison there.
CoL Bacanegras was reported to be
leading a force of 200 Haytorena troops
to escort the American settlers to the
coast.
The state department has warned
Americans against entering Sonora on
account of the turbulent conditions
there.
The Indians are reported controling
practically all the stretch of territory
between the Yfequl valley and San
Bias, Slnaloa.
and the cost per cup is
'There's a Reason" for Postum
sold by Grocers everywhere.
FOREIGN AVIATOR KILLED
BY A VILLA MARKSMAN
The adventures of a German-American
aviator which ended when his aero
plane was truck by a shrapnel shell,
were related today by persons arriving
here from the battlefield In central
Mexico. The foreigner, Frederic Bon
nie, was believed to have lost his life
In the air.
Bonnie, employed by the Carranza
army fighting In the vicinity of San
Luis Potosi. landed a week ago within
the Villa lines. He was said to have
asserted that he Joined the Villa army
intentionally.
During the next engagement with the
enemy. Bonnie was ordered to ascend by
the Villa officers. "VYKTle in the air, he
appeared o be moving to rejoin the en
emy. A well aimed shell burst within
the mechanism of the aircraft and It
FAR reaching victory In
Bukowlna, the Austrian
crownland on the eastern
extremity of the Russian front, is
claimed in an official announce
ment from Petrograd. According
to this statement the Russians
have swept through Bukowlna,
taking back much of the territory
taking .held earlier in the war
until they were driven out by the
Austrians. It is reported the Rus
sians have taken Czernowitz. capi
tal of Bukowina. forcing the Aus
trians to abandon 20,009 prison
ers. Further Retreat In l'olnnd
The Russian war office concedes
a further retreat in Russian Poland
between the Pilicia and Vistula
rivers on part of the long front
over which they have been com
pelled by the Austro-German
armies to fall back.
Turk Report Allied Losses
The Turkish general staff at the
Dardanelles reports that the allies
Saturday made several at
tempts on the Turkish right
'wing. It is said they were repulsed
with the loss of 1500 men. The
British press representative at the
Dardanelles telegraphs that the
allies have now advanced about
five miles up the Gallipoll penin
sula. Mill Complete Reply Thursday
An Amsterdam dispatch to Paris
newspapers says the German re
ply to the American note will be
finished Thursday, and it Is said
in Holland that Germany will de
fend the sinking of tbe Lusltanla
and decline to modify ber method
of submarine warfare.
Parliament's Action Awaited
The decision of Italy's policy con
cerning the war apparently has
been postponed until after parlia
ment meets on Thursday. It Is
expected In Rome that parliament
will be asked to confer plenary
powers on the cabinet.
Assassination riot Uncovered
A plot to assassinate the sultan
of Turkey, field marshal von der
Goltz. fricld marshal von Sanders
and Enver Pasha Is said to have
been discovered In Constantinople
Turks and Armenians are credited
with the authorship of the plot
and 400 Armenians have been ar
rested. Heavy Fighting; Near Arras
Reports from the western front
disclose no important changes sJb
sequent to the victory over a two
mile front near La Basse, an
nounced Monday by the British
commander. Heavy fighting con
tinues all along the line north of
Arras.
Germans Leave 000 Dead
Violent counter attacks under
taken by the Germans are said by
the French war office to have
failed, and a small gain for the al
lies near Ablain Is reported. The
French communication also says
the Germans left 2000 dead on the
ground near the Yser canal over
which they attacked the allied
lines.
WKcnon.
TBlSfLim
SM SUBMARINE
London, Ens- May IS The Cunard
lirer Transylvania, which reached
Glasgow Monday from Jiew York, en
countered a submarine off the north-
SSSTflnU.' ' S'Sht ""h,n the'1sVtuTatVrnT.crd.?gVs,ia,tet
ranza jmes. ments by passengers who arrived here
loaay.
Passengers said a periscope and part
of a conning tower appeared about 400
yards away and remained in sight sev
eral minutes. The ship steered a zig
1VEST MAY RBC03I3IRXD
EMBARGO OX MtWITIO'NS
San Antonio, Texas, May 18. Both
Villa and Carranza factions In Mexico
Dr. C. C. Young Suggests
Trying "Melon of the
Prophet" in Valley.
The melon of the prophet," a species
of cantaloupe which is grown only in
the remote sections of central Asia,
may become one of the chief products
of the EI Paso valley. To secure the
seeds, a special caravan will have to
be fitted out and sent Into the interior
country. That tbe melon would make
an deal crop for the valley and that the
expense of securing the seed, which
would be SUM, would be very small
in comparison with the wealth that
wonld be brought to the valley, was
the statement made to the chamber of
commerce directors at their weekly
luncheon Tuesday by Dr. C. C Young.
Dr. Yeung stated that some months
ago he had secured about a pound of
the seed of the melon, which is noted
for its size and flavor, as well as the
fact that it keeps for months. After
many difficulties, he finally sent the
seed to Hotel Astor, in Petrograd.
About the. time the seed arrived, the
war broke out and the hotel was con
fiscated for military purposes. The
seed were lost The suggestion made
by Dr. Toung as to tbe possibilities of
the melons will be investigated by the
agricultural committee.
Endorse Ivllleox Celebration.
The directors endorsed tbe proposed
celebration of the opening of the Mas
cot & Western railroad, which is to be
held at Willcox In June. The excursion
committee will take up the, matter and
will arrange for an excursion from this
city-
D. TV. Workings, district manager of
the farm demonstrators of the south
west, will be invited to come to El
Paso and Inspect the valley. Mr. Work
ings will attend the meeting of western
district agents that Is to be held in Las
Craees beginning Thursday. A. G. Gra-
ham. the local demonstrator, will at
tend the meeting.
Those attending tbe luncheon were:
Burt Orndorff, Harry Swain. Walter
Kohlberg, Harry Potter, George Le
Baron. Henry Beach. Dr C C Toung,
George Clements and Andrew Reeves.
DETECTIVES ARREST MAN
ON $30,000 SWINDLE CHARGE
As a result of a week's work on the
part of tlie city detectives, Carlos P.
Goethals, alleged to be wanted in Ari
zona in connection with a $30,000
swindling deal, was arrested Monday
night at Second and Broadway by cap
tain of detectives J. H Vttelle, and de
tective Juan Franco. Sheriff McKnight
is on his way from Nogalee, Arts- to
take Goethals in charge
RUSSIANS ADMIT RBTRBAT
AND PURSUIT nY GERMANS
Perograd, Russia, May 18. An of
ficial statement Issued by the Russian
general staff admits that Austro Ger
man columns "pursued" Russian troops
which moved to a new position between
the Pilica and the upper Vistula. It is
contended, however. that attacks
against the recently occupied front in
the direction of the Stry and Bolina
were fruitless, as were assaults alons
the Pruth.
! SIXTH INFANTRY BAND TO
PLAY "LA PALOMA" TONIGHT
I "La Paloma." the popular Spams i
serenade, will be a feature cf tbe c- o
cert by the Sth infantry band at Caf a
Cotton tonight at odock.
The program will be directed bjMn
lluller, chief musician. It is.
I March. "The Charlatan" (3ousa
Overture, "Mammon's Magic Palac
(Tltl).
Valse. "L43itana" fBucaloJe)
Martley Overture. "Southern Plant -turn
i?ongs" (Contorna.
Spanish serenade. "La Paloma"
(Yradlor).
Rag, "The African M0" (Roberts'!
Chinese Charged With Gun Toting.
A Chinese was arrested by the pol
Monday night on the charze of car
ing a pistol He will be transferred
the county court.
Buy home valley corn.
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have gained the impression that Duval ) zag course until danger was past.
Some passengers declared the sub
marine discharged a torpedo and that
tney saw the trail of the projectile.
West, president Wilson's personal rep
resentative in Mexico, will recommend
an embargo by the United States upon
exportation of munitions of war to
Mexico. This is. stated in a message
from Aguascallentes. It Is understood few passengers went to bed the last
mat Doin iactions will protest to tne nignt of the voyage.
Snake Bites Boy Who
Makes Tourniquet Of
String From His Shoe
Clovls, X. M. May 18. Audrey Bras
well, nine years old. was crossing a
field near here when a rattle snake bit
him through the large toe of his right
foot
Th hnv xat down. mwitMl ma shn&
through which the snake had bitten,
took the string from the shoe and tied
It tightly about the toe below the bite.
He then went to the home and his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs W E. Bras well, who
live near here, took him at once to a
doctor.
The physician gave him emergency
treatment as tbe poison had started xo
spread up tbe boy's right leg. The doc
tor declared that the boy would have
lost his life if he had not made tbe
crude tourniquet
Steer In Paint and Glass
Store Wrecks the Stock
Clovls. X. JC, May 18. A sttvsr in
glass and paint store made as much of
a wreck here recently as the prover
bial bull in a china shop. The steers
were being weighed at the Alfalfa
Lumber company s scales when one of
the wild steers broke away and entered
the paint and glass store in connection
with the lumber yard.
The steer broke all of the glass In
the store, tore through a screen door'
and upset a number of kegs of paints
Sd'lffeboatt1 IKuraaynd- SHEPHERD AND SHEEP
JJJBUW.NED IN STREAM
state department against such action
being taken.
YAQUIS ARE REPAIRING
BRIDGES ALONG BORDER
Ifaco, Ariz., May 18. Southern Pa
cific of Mexico railroad bridges be
tween Xogales and Naco are being re
paired by Maytorena Yaquls under
command of chief Acosta. so that tram
service may be resumed. It is reported
the Carranza forces are being with
drawn from the Xacoxari district
toward their base at Agua Prieta.
Buy of your neighbor, and hell buy
of you.
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CHICAGO and return $60.90
ATLANTA and return $58.20
LOUISVILLE and return $60,10
EVANSVILLE. Ind. and return $57.70
TORONTO, Can. and return .' . . $79.90
On sale daily to Sept. 30th. Limit Oct. 31st.
LIBERAL STOPOVERS.
DINING CARS. PULLMAN AND TOURIST
SLEEPING CARS. OBSERVATION CAR.
San Francisco and return $45.00
Los Angeles and return $35.00
San Diego and return $35.00
On sale daily. Limit three months.
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 206 No. Oregon Su
LEVY
GHOCERY
COMPANY
HOT WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Lobster
Fish Roe
Tuna Fish Kippered Herring Jap Crab
Salmon Shrimp Clam Chowder
Ho Ya Tea Grape Juice
Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 20fi East Overland St.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPT ATTENTION.
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DON KEDIZE IN HOSPITAL;
FALLS AND BREAKS HIS LEG
Lordborgr, Jf. 1L. Mar 18. Don
Kedxie, the pioneer newspaper man
who was editor of the Lordsburff Lib
eral until recently, fell In Los Annies
and fractured his leg:
Don Kedzie lost one of his lees many
years ago and was forced to uso
crutches to get around. It is thought
that his crutches slipped and he fell
injuring his remaining; limb. He Is
now In a Los Angeles hospital.
THE COURTS.
41ST DISTRICT CODRT.
Lrijh ClarL, rrnldlnr.
SUrcy GrMBhui w. Southern Pacific, rait
for (SS.OM damages far penes! lnleriH,
on trluL
Ln!a HartKll ys. Earl nsxtstll. divorce:
filed.
WT1I DISTRICT COURT.
Dan 31. Jackson, Presiding.
Roaari Hnrlado ts. Urbana Goasales de
Hurlado. divorce: fttd.
Joaaaauw Craabr at al t. H. B. Stevens
et al. trespaa to try title: on trial.
HI DISTRICT COURT.
UaHard Caldwell. Fresidlnr.
L. X. WlntaBMoa va. Texas . Pacific,
aait for daraagM to livestock shipment, on
trial.
Santa. Fe, X M, Maj IS Anacres
Romero and 20s head of sheep he was
herding: were drowned In the Chama.
river, according to a report received in
Santa Fe I
Romero with his flock was crossing
the bridge aoross the river at El Vado,
Klo Arriba county, when the weight on
tbe structure caused it to give way ,
and the shepherd and his flock were ,
precipitated Into the waters of the ,
river swollen by meltlnr- snown
Romero's body has not yet been dis
covered.
COUXTT COURT.
Adrian Pool, Presidinr.
Architectural Supply company vs, Otto P.
,Kroesr. suit on contract, filed.
Mrs. Carrie Rich vs. El Paao Electric com
pany, anit for SIM dimi(: tiled.
State of Texas vs. Mar Hop, aUas Torn
Llnx. earrrlag a pistol; filed.
JUSTICE COURTS.
J. It. DcaTer. Pmudinr.
State of Texas va George EUworth. bar
g'arr. held to grand Jury uadar ? bond.
State of Texas va Luis Contreraa, disturb
ing tbe peace, filed.
J. J. Marpny, Presiding.
State of Texas vs. Cecil Miller, speediag;
defendant pleaded guilty and was fined IS
and costs.
State of Texas vs. R. -R- Long, speediag:
defendant pleaded sntity and was fined It
and costs.
BRISAK BRTIVKI VILLA
VD MADIJROS DHMED
San Antonio. Tex, May 18 Gunther
Lessing, of EI Paso, a personal friend
of Gen. Villa and the Wadero family,
received Monday night a messaare Irnm
Gabriel .Madera, brother of the late ! view,
president, asking him to deny tbe re- I gravi
ponea oreaK Between uen. Villa and
the Madero family.
PARDON BOARD FAILS TO
REPLY TO HUNT STATEMENT
Phoenix. Arlr., May 18 No reply to
governor Hunt's attaelr tirum th, h.,....
of pardons and paroles, because that !
body refused to commute the sentences '
of tbe five men under sentence to die
at the penitentiary May is. has been i
Issued. Several meetings have been
held by the board since the Hunt state- '
ment was given publicity, and it is ex-
pected that some statement will be
forthcoming in a day or two. The i
members are reluctant to discuss the '
affair.
It Is reported here that R. B Sims, i
warden of the prison, will resign his
position just before May 33. '
Advices from Florence are that the I
graves for the condemned men are al- I
ready being dug in the prison grave- '
yard, and warden Sims has nrriard an- I
other rope for the trap. Since he has
ordered only one noose, the plan evi- I
de&tly is to hang the men one at a time.
i
CASH REGISTER CASE IS 1
CARRIED TO SUPREME COURT i
Washington. D O, May 18 The de- I
partment of Justice today filed in the i
supreme court a petition for a writ of
certiorari to bring tbe criminal antt I
irusi case against uie officers of the
National Casta Register company, of
Dayton. O, before that tribunal.
John H. Patterson and other officers
of the company were convicted of con
spiracy to violate the antl trust law In
the United States district court for the
Southern district eoort of Ohio, but the
convictions were reversed by the fed- I
eral circuit court of appeals !
Tbe reversal of the conviction, the
brief says, has been taken by many to
indicate that the criminal provisions of
the antl trust ' law are unenforcible.
and that 'general acceptance of this I
even If mistaken, will have the
gravest of consequencee.' j
I8-Iie City National Bank BIdg.
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Light Lunches, Delicious Confections, Soda
ARIZONA CATTLE BARRED
' FROM KANSAS CITY YARDS
Fhoenix. Ariz., May 18. The live
stock sanitary board has been notified
that, beginning today, Kansas will bar
all shipments of stock from Arizona,
and also will prohibit the unloading
within ber borders of Arizona stock
consigned to states further east ThU
shuts Arizona out from the Kansas
City stock yards and is a retaliatory
measure for the strict Arizona quaran
tine against the foot and mouth dis
ease., CHVIIOKD AVITII SLIT CAMS THEFT.
Jesus Salz was arrested Tuesday
morning charged with having stolen a
suit case filled with clothing. The suit
case, when recovered, was Identified
by J. T. Scoggln as one stolen from
his residence at 101 Chihuahua street
CLOTHUS AM) JKtVELUV STOLKN.
K, C Carson reported Monda after
noon the theft from his room .it 1403
Montana street sclera-, suits of clothes. I
a small quantity of Jewelrj and some
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