EL PASO HERALD
"Week-Enl Edition, November 6-7, 1915.
ED Hi BE
Catches on Fire Near Vinton
and is Completely De
stroyed by Flames.
Vinton, Tex Nov. fi. An automobile !
owned by the Jitne company caugrht
fire and was destroyed near here this
w ec k. The car, a Mitchell, was being
dnen along the Cam i no Heal by a :
jitne driver, when smoke was seen is-
smriK from beneath Melting of con
nections on the pipes communicated
the flames of the gasoline and 25 gallons
ot gasoline soon caught fire, making
the car sooji a total Ions. This is the
second auto to be bnrned on the Cam
ino Real near here
Aged Mexican General Will
Stay With His Family
on West Boulevard.
BAND CONCERT TO BE GIVEN
AT FORT BLISS ON SUNDAY
"Lucia di Lamtnennor" will be one
of the features of the concert to be
civen by the Eighth cavalry band Sun
3av afternoon at Fort Bliss, from 4 to
5 o clock. The program will be direct
ed by chief rousican Rocco Resta. The
following numbers will be played:
March, "Punjanb." Payne,
Overture. ''Morning. Noon and Night
in ienna." Suppe
Pizzicato, "Sylvia." Deltbes.
Selection. "Lucia di Laraermoor," Don
Serenade "Moonlight," Maret.
"Waltz. ' Jollow Fellows. Vollsted.
Patrol. ' Kilanea." Stewart.
Gen. Victoriano Huerta is to
moted lie is ill and his apartments
at the fort do not furnish the old
general with the comforts his condi
tion demands, according to R. E. Craw-
lord, assistant united states attorney.
He will be taken to his home on West
Boulevard late this afternoon.
Mr. Crawford ordered Gen. Huerta
removed to his home Saturday follow
ing his physician's report that the gen
eral's health was such that he needed
the attention of his wife and family,
and it is believed that the general will
improve in health under his home sur
roundings which were denied him at
Deputy United States marshals will
continue to guard the Huerta home,
but there will be no detail of United
States soldiers guarding his residence
as has been guarding the quarters at
the fort. G:n- Huerta, will remain at
his residence until he is taken to San
Antonio in December to answer the
charge of conspiracy to violate the
Gen Huerta. has been suffering from
yellow jaundice resulting from his con
finement at the fort and it is probable
that he will be permitted to take walks
with his guards at his home in order
to restore his rugged health which he
enjojed while in the field.
JUAREZ TRDDPS HO HUB
GET II. 5. IHi Bill IT
VILLA LAYS TEA?
TO CATCH ENEMY
(Contmeed from page 1.)
Wholesale Bribing-of Men
of the Garrison is Said
to Be On.
Makes Confession in Which
He Says Clerical Party
Was Backing Huerta.
Big bribing of army officers and pri- I
to Gallardo Pass. 12 miles east, where
Villa deserters reported a large num
ber of wounded left unattended when
the Villa, forces marched to Naco. He
also sent a hea y cavalry patrol toward
Anavacachi Pass. 14 miles southwest,
in order to ascertain the strength of
the Villa forces reported holding it.
Obrrgon Vivaltn nelnforcement.
Obregon will make no move against
Villa, until more soldiers arrive to re
inforce the 79W men with whom Calles
frustrated Villa's attempt to un Aeua
Jose Ornxon. fnrnwr &t nontenant
vate soldiers In Juarez has resulted In of his cousln Gen. Pascual Ornzcn in.1 Priet last Monday and Tuesday. This
si contest between agents of the Car- OI. " , eou8,n- e- I'ascual Orozco, and ,nformati0n was given out by one of
X. . . nrhn lea a nrleAnA. In 171 T)A . I a I . I ai . '. AtlAo,a-D hair IT In nn
nza government, working secretly , - " ...1.1 ,. aauw uoregon s ii .!.,... .If vrr
large amounts or American cur- . appeal of nis recent sentence of 18 , Known "" . " i
ernVt Rising 'pay and sst ' ""!" j!!"" th ted St' I & VaSS ' t wUI be
silverXpieces to stem the turn oven""""""" "" maae a complete marcoea """ ""irvv; .rX' ;
threatened in the garrisoned border confession of the alleged plot to re-
cit- I store Vlctorlano Huerta to -power In
Shop keepers and small merchants In I , , . ,
Juarez are facing the unusual sltoa- eIlco- The confession was made Frl
tion of private soldiers offering United I day afternoon to It. K. Crawford, assls
States five, ten and sometimes twenty tant United States district attorney at
dollar bills to pay for purchases which , p,
daily assume larger proportions. The I o
beginning of the appearance "of 'gold It is understood that warrants will
standard money of big denominations be issued for the arrest of at least IS
was five days ago, according to Amer- I - .. , K iii,f-j . .v . -ican
and Mexican merchant, selling . "ELS? ? ieJWl,e?, '" .he.!t
I vwww, - ., w.u. uoiauvu me SlUf
oi aiiegm pians ior an uprising with
ramixicauons in nair
oods in Juarez.
Gambling Funds Glicn to Troops.
Knowledge of a plot to bu off Villa
troops from under the very noses of
Gen. Manuel Ochoa and Col. Hipolito
Villa has resulted in unusual activities
at the commercial and financial agency.
Revenue brought in at all time of the
day from gambling places is turned
into the coffers of the Villa business
I Alhambra Acres
and for which agents In New York.
New Orleans. Galveston and San An
tonio were working. Huerta was in
New York while the plans for the In
vasion of Mexico from the United States
were being arranged, according to in
formation from the district attorney's
organization in Juarez only to be taken i ?hi'' Z " S f; uS ill
. i j!..,ih.i i. i.i.i. . i thins was ready for launching the
scheme to seize Juarez and make it the
A lot of 3000 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND
when you can buy an acre of 40,000 SQUARE FEET
for the same money no further away from the busi
ness center of the city, fronting on a seventy-foot
street? We can sell you from ONE ACRE UP ON
THE POPULAR PAYMENT PLAN OF $10 DOWN
AND $5 PER MONTH. NO INTEREST. NO
TAXES. Why not invest a small amount that you
will not miss each month, and when El Paso comes
into its own a few years from now, sell lots yourself?
EACH ACRE WILL CONTAIN EIGHT LOTS, 25
FOOT FRONT BY 200 FEET IN DEPTH, Then
you should be able to sell each lot for what the whole
acre will cost now.
Come in and let us take you out in our automo
bile and show you. There are always salesmen at
the office who will be glad to show you.
W. H. Austin
out again and distributed in hijther cash
wages to the soldiers 'garrisoning the
Claim Cnrrnnclsta Send Money.
Money finding its way Into the pock
ets of Villa's officers and private sol
diers Is being supplied by Carranza
agents in El Paso, it is declared in the
Villa commercial and financial agency.
L and measures to spy out the holders
of too much American money are being
taken, and executions are reported to
be hanging over a number of lieuten
ants to the commandant 1 nthe garri
son. The threatened turnover of the
Villista garrison in Jnarez has been
caught at that stage where It can be
postponed only by the unloosening on
the purse strings of the Villa govern
ment. It is claimed.
Publicity Too Soon.
Carranza agents working on -the
Juarez situation are considerably an
noyed Jit the publicity given the threat
ened turnover of the Villista garrison,
for Carranza's de facto government In
Mexico. They state. It Is said, that the
publicity has come too soon, and
threatens in its turn a postponement
and a possible defeat of the plan to
get Villa's troops in sufficient num
bers to disavow Villa as their leader.
Government agents of the United
States, matching the situation across
the river, and Washington is being
advised of the acute situation
provisional capital of Mexico Then
came the arrest of the former dictator
and Gen. Pascual Orozco, who was to
have been his chief lieutenant in the
new revolt. Orozco met Huerta at the
train 15 miles north of Kl Pao to take
him off and the two were placed under
arrest at that time.
There was SU. 000.000 behind the
.Huerta movement and the former cler
ical party in .Mexico was Backing It,
the confession alleges. Pascual Orozco,
Jose Orozco, Isabelle Gomez Itobelo,
former secretary to Orozco, now living
in San. Antonio, and Gen. Jose Ynez
Salazar, now in prison In New Mexico,
were to have been the Huerta generals
who were to launch the revolt.
As soon as they captured Juarez,
Huerta was to have pronounced it his
Six thousand rifles had been ordered
for the revolt, also sixty machine guns.
Few of the rifles have been account
ed for at El Paso and officers are look
ing for them. Six machine guns have '
been seized by local officials since Gen.
Huerta' s arrest and these are believed '
to have connection with the Huerta '
According to the district attorney's
office, Orozco decided to make a clean .
breast of his knowledge of the alleged
nlnt whn fvrtnln frfonrfn In whnm hi i
I trusted and gave money to have hi
bond furnished, proved false. )
Military observers on this side of the
line expect Villa to make a stand
against Obregon at Villa Verde, a water
station It miles south of Naco. instead
of on the border.
Physicians Flench Border.
H. R. Thigpen and James Miller.
American doctors, and two chauffeurs,
Wilson and Pylant. whom Villa, re
ported to have been shot, arrived at
Naco early today from Villa Verde, 22
miles south, in Sonora.
Weary from long marching afoot and
K,i3,u . , Mi , nAKw,, rflTM Tram IRK
a dozen states 1 """""" i".' 'rV. ,r, T nniT
Bliaiu mi ,. --- -.
to die by Villa, the former Americans
almost dropped In their tracks after
crossing the line and were put to bed
Thigpen said they were taken for
spies when they arrived Wednesday on
the Agua Prieta battlefield without
IJrncamoDtr SarM Them.
Villa declared them Carranza agents,
despite their protests that tbey had
come to aid his wounded lying in
windrows after the terrific hall of bul
lets and shells from the Agua Prieta
garrison, and the order for their Imme
diate execution was rescinded only
after Col Bracamonte. of Villa's staff,
who knew the doctors, had interceded
Again at Villa Verde, the following
day. Villa ordered the men shot and
once more Bracamonte's Intercession
They had marched on foot under
heavv guard from Agua Prieta to Villa
Verde, and arrived Thursday night after
Villa had informed Gen Funston and
othen American army officers that they
lud Leen Killed by rifle or shell fire
from the Carranza trenches.
ntoit and Watche Confiscated.
Apparently to make his statement
good, the men said. Villa again sen
tenced them to death Then yesterday
came the order for their release and.
for the first time free of the menace
of Villa rifla, they made their way to
Naco. Ariz. Meanwhile they were re
lieved of their watches and coats by
Villa's soldiers whHe that chief him
self confiscated the automobiles driven
by Pi Ian t and Wilson.
VILLA CAN'T TRANSPORT
WOUNDED MEN TO JUAREZ
Washington, D. C. Nov. The
United States has forbidden permission
to Gen Villa to transport his wounded
men from Naco to Juarez through the
Such a privilege, the department
holds, cannot be granted to forces in
arms against the de facto government
of Mexico recognized by the United
ROXBY KILLED BY VILLA
TROOPS, IS REPORT HERE
Unconfirmed reports in El Paso
Friday night ha 4 it that W. A. M.
Roxby, manager of the Urmstrom
.ranch in the Galeana district of Chi
huahua state, in Mexico, has been
killed bv the Villa troops. Nothing
authentic has been received of Roxby's
death among his friends here, it wax
reported Saturday morning.
1IKIRLOOM IS STOLE'S.
J. Edwin Cawthon. who lives at 1509
Montana street, reported the theft of a
cameo heirloom from his home some
time Friday night. A solid gold band
ring was also stolen at the same time.
CVIRHV-SZV TO 1ASTA1. .
IWUKLKSS ON "UEST COST
San Francisco. CaL, Nov S The pur
chase of e powerful wireless teleg
raphy plants to establish immediate an 1
permanent communication between the
west coast of Mexico, all parts of th
United tSates and Vancouver. B C , has
been ordered jt Ge.i Venustiano cai
ranza. first chief of the Mexican r. -public,
it was announced here toriai.
The purchase will be made through
Carranza's local Agent A. Gonzales.
Kmboed Stationery We have In
stalled a new embossing press, and
would like to show yon samples of
monogram stationers El Paso Book
Co, Mills Bldg. "Its Handy." Adv
I When Itching Stops
There is one safe, dependable treat
ment that relieves itching torture In
stantly and that cleanses and soothe
Ask any druggist for a 2Sc bottle of
zemo and apply it as directed. Soon
you will find that pimples, black heads,
eczema, ringworm and similar akin
tnwht.a rlll jllnnar
A little zemo, the penetrating, satis-
lying llqow. is all wax la neeaeo, it
it banishes all " skin eruptions and
makes the skin soft, smooth and
CAPITAL IN MEXICO MUST '
PAY JUST TAXES CARRANZA
cavtu ca:vt uithdra'w
MO.NEY FROM U. S. n INK
El Centre, Calif, Nov. S. Bsteban i
Laredo. Texas, Nov. S Gen. Carranza Cantu. Villa governor of Lower Call-
in an interview given out in Piedras j fornia. can't withdraw J45.O0O from
105 San Francisco Street.
Neeras Friday, declared capital In.
vested in Mexico must henceforth pay
its just share of taxes He said there
would be no more special privileges,
but no more confiscation of property
merely because It belonged to wealthy
Gen. Carranza added there would be
no more persecution of Catholic clergy.
but they mnst abstain from politics.
GEN. FRANCISCO VJLLA
IS SUED FOR $1,333.33
Suit for J1.333.S3 was filed Saturday
in the 41st district court against Gen.
Francisco Villa by F R. Westrup.
Westrup claims this amount is due
him in salarv as general manager of
the Villa railroads in Chihuahua. He
claims that on Spetmber 1 be was en
gaged as manager of the railroads at
a salary of 31000 a month and that on
October 10 the contract v. as canceled
two banks in Calexico. an injunction .
having been granted by the superior
court at the instance of representa- !
tnes of Gen Carranza. ;
Immediately after the court granted j
the injunction, officers of the United !
States border patrol at Calexico were I
notified to keep a close watch on the '
border, as it had been stated in court I
a number of Cantu's soldiers were ,
threatening to cross the border and
take the mone from the banks if the ;
court decided against their commander 1
has gone never to return. The gates to yesterday are securely
locked behind us and what indiscretions we've committed, stand
never to be erased. But we nave witn us tne present
today is ours, to do with as we plea k ye can not wipe oat the
in Begin i
mistakes of yesterday, but we can
9d save, save, save.
and tLus prepare for a bright and happy fatare
v.hat we now call the future will soon be the present. Will you
have saved and prepared f r it and thus insured comfort aad in
dependence in old age- Think it over, oat aoit aeiay longer
We pay A0 compound interest on savings depotiis.
$1.00 opens an account.
American Trust and Savings Bank
' HIS is a conserva
tive Street Boot at
a conservative price.
They are dressy enough
aad yet not too dressy
for street wear. They
are btuk to give the
wearer utmost comfort
and the materials are all
sofid to insure best re
sults. They come m patent or
dull leathers with black
or battleship gray cloth
tops, welted soles and
leather Louis heek.
tit A OO
- . 4JHAT2& aft wMJaJT?
203 Mesa Ave.
lecnt lalrd chobei- Fine Shoes For
Women. "Write for er Fall Catalog
jpLET WARNER FILL YOUR WANTS1
mtZ K', Et&ZZG5f&f
iaw It . fzzc'9&r3r
jr irf JsxSZgpS&Sr
ess Sakes Alive I
Are You So Wealthy You Don't Have
to Save Every Dollar You Can?
an opportunity to make a clear profit of from $2.00 to $11.00
is presented to you, are you going to deliberately throw that oppor
tunity away? MANY HAVE ALKLADY IAMlN ADVAN
TAGE OF THE REALLY RIDICULOUS PRICES WE ARE
OFFERING ON STOVES. HAVE YOU?
The old adage "OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS BUT ONCE," slacmld
hold good in this instance and this sale should have ended last night,
hnt. our reasons for offerinsr such.' bargains are eood ones and WE
HAVE ARRANGED TO HAVE MR. OPPORTUNITY KNOCK AT YOUR DOOR
ONCE MORE. THIS, HOWEVER, IS POSITIVELY THE LAST KNOCK, SO
OPEN THE DOOE OR CHARGE PEOFIT AND LOSS WITH FROM 25 TO
50V OP THE COST OF THAT NEW "I'LL WAIT UNTIL A LITTLE LATER"
STOVE, EOR THAT IS JUST HOW MUCH MORE IT WILL COST YOU IF YOU
DON'T BUY NOW. V
The Great Mail Order Drug Store of the Great Southwest
Phone Your Wants
SOLDJ ALCOHOL AND APPLIANCES
Phones 731 and 732
No. 712 Aetna Hot Blast JQ g" f No. 114 "Wilson Hot Blast
Reg price $10.50, sale price JSOoDU Eeg. price $18.00, sale price..
o. 714 Aetri Hot Blast J-j f yr- No. 116 Wilson Hot Blast
Reg, price $13.00, sale price JlU.iO Reg. price $20.00, sale price..
No. 716 etna Hot Blast j?iJ 7E N"o. 118 Wilson Hot Blast
Reg. Price $16.00. sale price $!. I D Reg. price $24.50, sale price .
Wilson 5 Hole Coal Ranges, with high shelf, warming oven and
reservoir. Cost iis $22.00. YOURS FOR
2 Quart Coffee Tots 50e
Double Bailers 60e
Berlin Kettles 65e
Berlin Sauce Fans 6Se
Preserving Kettles 75e
Roasting Pans .....65c.
Dish Pans .66e
BABY BATHS . .$1.25
OTHER STOVES PROPORTIONATELY
This announcement POSITIVELY WILL NOT APPEAR
AGAIN. IF WE SOLD ALL THE STOVES WE HAVE OX
HAND THE PROFIT WOULD NOT PAY FOR THESE ADS.
At the Sign of the Shears"
Sect prepaid by mail
to any address.
If yon are not on oar
mailing list drop us a
postal and we'll add
Capacity one pint. STERNO STOVE
Highly. p o lished
and nickel 'plated
guaranteed not to
No. -40OT P rice
complete with can of
Mrrno Canned Heat
as illustrated. 75
N'o. 4003 Price or
Mcrno stove 4007
in leatherette case,
A complete outfit
for boilins; water in
stantly for shaving,
making coffee, cook''
ing cereals, beating
bajiy's milk and in
We furnish a flat
plate to ase on top
of the No. 4M7 Ster
no Stove for small
vessels and coffee
pots to be ased on it-
Delivered to any part
of the City. Fort Bliss,
or Smelter, free, of
charge. All QeKteries
are made promptly.
STERNO TEA KETTLE
A handsome and serviceable lit
tle tea kettle for hot water or
'that cup of tea." Just when you
-want it. Capacity one and one
half pints. - Weil finished either
in polished nickel plate or pol
No. 75 Kettle without stand,
polished nickel or brass. 85 cents.
No. ;c Kettle on stand, pol
ished nickel or brass. 31.25.
No. 7S Kettle on Dice Stove,
polished nickel finish only. S1.S3.
chops and steaks,
eggs, ham, hacon
and potatoes, and
neating sad irons.
Can be used on any table in any room in the bouse. Open a,
can of Stereo Canned Heat put it under the Steraa Grill, light
Sterne Canned Heat with a match and you are ready to cook
an v thing.
No, 4006 Polished nickel plate. Price, $2.00.
STEUNO BABV MILK
On Disc Moto
This i a wonderful boon
to mothers It heats s
ounces of baby's milk In a
Jlff (from four to rive
minutes). In the nursery,
in the bedroom, while trar
'No. 4019 Polished nick
el piste, price complete,
No 40rS Pollahed nick
el plate Babr Milk Wann
er only, no disc stove, 7c.
10 cent-, per Can; SI.29
per dozen Cnns.
A coffee percolator and machine equipped to
be heated by Sterno Canned Heat. Conven
ient, durable and will grace any dining rooai.
Will make the best cup of coffee yen ever
drank the same every time. Six cups ca
No 18S1 Polished nickel plate: price ss
No. 1832 Percolator only M.SS.
No. 1S8S Polished nickel plate or copper.
Orit DKI.1KK SERt ICE With tbe use of Waters Union Mes
sengers oor Qukk Delivery Service Is now perfect. When In a hurry
THE WARNER 1)751(1 CO.
Orndorff Hotel Ttlork.
Our Mall Order Department makes It possible for out-of-town shop
pers to do all of their shopping by mall throueh us with the same
courteoun. prompt treatment that Is extended upon entermc our store
in person If our name Is not on our malllag list, drop ua a card.
It will prove a benefit.
es 731 732
216-18 N. Stanton Street. Phone 49
ill The Warner Drag Coe Telepkm
P.O. Box 335 El Paso, Texas Orndorff Hotel Block 111
H wi Established in 1900 in Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico )j I
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