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Friday, Xov. 26, 1915.
l-r POLICE (Mil HIES HIE DEIS KIUJITI TOM OBIPO rOYS FASHIONED BY SOLDIERS SOLD ICKL TO AID FRENCH WAR RELIEF FUND J McfVS akes the Prie "Wounded Officer Says Some One Else Shot His Wife and Patrolman. St. Ltouls. Mo Xov. ;6. In William street, night chief of police of Madison. Ill, rests today, the police believe, the P"-er to clear up the mystery of the leatl: of his estranged wife, Mrs. 'nluerine A. Street, and patrolman Chas. F. Barmeler of the St Louis police department, whose bodies were found in an alley here TnursCay night, each shot through the heart. Street, with a bullet wound in the ; ight leg, was arrested a few hours ifter the shooting, but denied he had shot nther his wife or Barmeier. Had Qunrreled IVIth Wife. ecordlng to a bartender and other witnesses. Street had quarreled with bis wife in a wine room near the scene or the shooting. From the wine room. .it-cording to witnesses and .Street's partial story, he dragged his wife into an alley. Patrolman Barmeler fol l"ed and just as the trio were out of signt ot witnesses live shots were I Two Shells DinrharKed. Se era,I men rushed to the alley and i'und the bodies of Barmeier and Mrs. Street within a few feet of each other. Beside the policeman was his revolver with two shells discharged. On Street was found a revolver with one cham ber empty, but this. Street pointed out, was a pre cautionary measury adopted hy many policemen to prevent explo sion of the weapon should it falL His reviver bore no powder marks and. according to the police, seemed not te have been fired recently. Street" Version. Street said that while he was talk ing to his wife in the alley, 'some one called out, "Now, Tve got you," and fired, one bullet bitting him and an other his wife. Street said he ran without returning the fire. The -nonl Avonda.e Is synonymous of Soodness. a guarantee of quality and a surety of wholesomeness. Demand Avondale Brand goods and get the best Adv. Art Squares These Art Squares are 9x12 and come in a large variety of patterns and colors to choose from. They are part wool and will give splendid service considering the low cost They sell for ?6.50. We make them rj A n E? i CASH Special at tjHt-.OiD $5.00 Rockers at $2.85 This is a Solid Oak Boeker and very substantially built. Has bolted arras either cane or cobbler seat. a rocker you usually pay $5.00 for. fQ op We make it a Gash Special at '. tpaWoOO Come here and see the other big Gash Talues we offer. People living out of town should correspond with us. ash Furniture Company TELEPHONE 815 107 South Stanton Street Next to Lion Grocery 1 , JV Fddman Studio has an Edison depart ment, a nice restful place, 'j nhere jwu coti hear the Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph an) lime, any day. IT. S. Orders Investigation of Bean's Murder; Ean- dall Regrets Riot. Washington, D. C, Nov. 26. Ad vices today rrdm the gunboat Annapo lis indicate that the situation at j Topolobamno. Mex.. is nnrhuinxl The i instructions under which Admiral winslow is proceeding to Topobolampo on the San Diego say nothing about his putting his force ashore. However, the marines will be kept ! istl I il-. until all stnm f u ' anti-foreign demonstration is pissed. Americans and others have been of fered asylum on the Annapolis. X'rooe Qean's Murder. Seretary of state Lansing todav directed an investigation of the exe cution of Edgar Bean, an American rail way cjfcrineer, by tlie Villa authorities. Bean was reported shot by orders of Gen Rodriguez because of the derail ment of the train Bean was forced to run for the Villa troops on their escape from Cananea. Randall Anolozizei. Gov. Randall, the Villa governor of the state of Sonora. has expressed re- I gret to Col. Sage, commanding the ' American forces at Xogales. Ariz, for ' the behavior of Villa soldiers across ; the line last Wednesday when consul Simpich and other American officials were cursed and insulted bv a nartv led by two Villa colonels, and Villa troops made feints at charging across the line. Gov. Randall atributed their behavior to the fact that food supplies for the VJHa forces had been held up at the border. CONSUL GOBS TO MEET CARRAXKA Mexican consul Andres G. Garcia in El Paso left for Laredo Thursday nlght, on his way to meet first ohlef Venustiano Carranza. reported headed for Monterey. Mr. Garcia will follow np the de facto government head until he catches him, then bringing forward the important question of the lack of embargo along the Texas frontier against Villista operations. Vice-consul K. Soriano y Bravo holds down the consulate Job in El Paso during the absence of Mr. Garcia to confer with Carranza. Satisfaction is the recompense of good judgment, the reward of taste. Edison owners are primarily persons of judgment and good taste. Allow us to suggest that you' hear the others, then hear the 1SH UlSOETLOIl You'll be astonished at the superiority in tone, quality and carrying power, and de lighted with the simplicity of operation. No needles to change and unbreakable records. Liberal allowances for old phonographs ' in exchange. :'Pnca' Range fromr$'80'16'$5V: 308 San Asitomio 1L P. S. AH makes of disc records can be played to their fullest value on the Edison. MPOLC rlNO STAFE. N TV YORK. -Many anniMii" aul being sold st the Knickerbocker club, at the Charity Toy fair being held of thr Freud! war fund. The toys include a fully detailed French farm, staff and other historiial characters as m mm n mm Withdraws Forces From Nogales and Is Attacked as He Moves South. (Continued from pare 1.) Batteries C and D and the headquarters of the first battalion. sixth ITnited States field artillery, with S00 rounds oi snrapnei ana mgn explosive sneus, entrained last night for Xogales under command of Lieut. Col. W. L. Kennely. They arrived here at 10 oclock this morning1. The seventh and 20th infantry regi ments, under command of Gen. George Bell, Jr., were ordered here from Doug las also, to reinforce the 11th infantry of Gen. Pershing's brigade, and the ne gro cavalry men already here. Drunken Riotinjr. The last hours of the Villa forces in Xogales were marked by boisterous revelry and drunkenness and there were frequent clashes between United States soldiers and the Villistas. some in the town, some on the border east and west of here. Order was immediately re stored in the Mexican town as soon as tbe Villistas evacuated today. Fifty-eight Mexican soldiers crossing into the United States at Harrison's ranch, east ofbere. fired on six Ameri can troopers of the 10th cavalry yes terday. Twenty-five other troopers of the 10th cavalry, who were on reserve post, opened fire on the Mexicans, kill ing a number, according to reports, and bringing one wounded prisoner inte camp. nandall Rxplains. Gov. Randall explains that the trou ble has all been caused as & result of n general belief among tbe Villistas that the United States was permitting Car ranza troops to marcn against .-Mogaies through Arizona. He said he had im prisoned those who fired on American troops in Xogales night before last, but these were released by the troops be fore evacuating the city today. A number of Americans who were accuses of smuggling ammunition to Villista troops and of inducing certain negro cavalrymen to desert and join the Villa army to operate machine guns and artillery, were arrested in Xogales last night and turned over to American authorities on this side, of the line. SPANISH CABINET DKC1I1KS TO RBCOG.VIZB CARRAXZA Madrid. Spain, Xov. 26. The Spanish cabinet Thursday decided to recoenize Gen. Venustiano Carranza as bead of (h Ya -.M,n .-An... .......... f...., j. .uw .. ,o.v jjv.cmunvHi Ji auku sifteca SC mMi ' W 5 intereitm" pieces of handiwork executed by well as some beautiful and cleverly carved 13,000 Artificial Legs and Arms Needed by War Victims Says Committee t Home ItaU Xov. St. The American ! relief committee, which has its clear ing house in Rome under American management, for the distribution of supplies to those in distress on account of the war, reports conditions growing constantly worse, especially as the win ter approaches. Lewis Iddings, former secretary of the Ameriean embassy in Rome, who is acting as chairman of the. executive of the American relief, says that both food and hospital sup plies of every kind are needed badly, especially anti-toxin and artificial legs and arms. At the present time there are over 13,000 persons in need of these substitutes for lost members. - SAYS RANDALL AND SEVERAL GENERALS ABANDONED VILLA Gen. Alvaro Obregon will arrive at Xogales, Sonora, today, according to consul Gustavo Padres in a wire to El Paso from Xogales. Arizona. Consul Padres in telegraphing here says: "Last night socalled Gov. Carlos Ran dall, Villa's chief executive for Sonora. and Vtlllsta Gens. Aeosta. Felix Ortega and other chieftianji abandoned their .. . , ., . r . r r troops to looting and wholesale rob- Dory m .-sogaies. across tne line, i-aier -. ... .. tbe forces evacuated the town for southerly direction. They will prob ably be met by Gen. Obregon. whose forces will enter Xogales today." MARCHES TEN MEN INTO 0JINAGA, SURRENDERS Col. Crispin Juarez marched ten men inti Ojinaga Friday morning, accord ing to Carranciata advices in El Paso, and turned them over to tbe Constitu tionalist garrison of the town. GENERAL CARHAXZA LEAVES BORDER; GOES TO MOXTEREY Laredo, Texas, Xor. St. Gen.' Venus tiano Carranza and' his staff left here late Thursday for Monterey. He was accompanied to Monterey by Gen. Al fredo Ricaut, newly appointed border commander, who will then go to 'Mat amoroc DOETTSCHER IS ELECTED HEAD OF JIOFPATT LIXE Denver. Colo, Xov. 2. Chailes Boettcher of Denver was elected presi dent of the Denver and Salt Lake City railroad (Moffat line) at a meeting of the directors here today. He succeeds Newman Krb of Xew York, who became president at the reorganization of the road two years ago. Lawrence C. Phlppa, also of Denver, was elected chairman of the board of directors. The ordinary cost or a "Kant Ail in The El Paso Herald is 23 cents. It reaches an average of about 100,008 readers each Issue. All Automobiles Will Positively Be Sold at List Prices During "El Paso Auto Week " and Always After EL PASO automobile dealers are unanimous in giving flat denial to a story published in tlie morning paper to the effect that special discounts will be given on automobiles during "El Paso Automobile Week" or any other time. This matter was taken up by the dealers at last Friday's luncheon and a committee named to ask for a retraction of tbe item about price cutting. On Sunday, the same item appeared again and the dealers state of a few persons are getting a wrong idea of business-affairs in the automobile section. "The days of price cutting are overr said one dealer, "for the factories now make us contract' to sell ears at list prices only. We can't charge a man $25 more than list price any more than we can sell to him at t'u off. If it was proved that we did this, we would forfeit our agency rights and agency rights in El Paso are now valuable. Much as we would like to offer special concessions to get people here for 'Automobile Week,' it is utterly beyond possibility to do any rebating or make any special prices on new cars. We want that fact made known now, for we do not want any person to have an impression that we are misrepresenting anything. KI Paso Auto mobile Week' is going to be a big success and well make it that success br fair and square means and- they don't include price cutting." Buy It Made In Texas THIS is "Buy It Made In Texas" week throughout the state. The gov ernor of Texas has issued a proclamation calling upon all the people of the state to give a trial to Texas nrodttcte in everything they pur chase this week. There are many Texas product just as geod, some better than' foreign made products. The governor thinks that rf Tcxans will give their own products a trial once, they will continue to buy them. The Herald believes the same way and it urges all its readers in Texas to give Texas products a trial this week. Buy it made in 'El Paso first, made in Tesas ae second choice, but buv it made in Texas anyhow. Give Texas a chance. Keep Texas money in Texas. Encourage Texas industries and capital. Cissnas Saturday Specials Sugar, 17 lbs $1.00 Lakeview Butter, lb. Lakeview Eggs, doz 33c Eatintr Apples. 6 lbs. Calomel Baking Powder, large, 20c, roiatOM. 14 lbs Sweet Potatoes. IS lbs. . Red Grapes. 2 lbs ; Ormnces, das Bananas, doz tZe ........3c .......S5c 33r ........S0c s:r" ,... " .: sue Sue r-.jr rDerrjr COHee. lb Vir Use Yonr Phone. Call 4169 for Proas pt DeliTery. 7 A. M. to 6 P. M. I5H I r'ISSNA'S rASH nROCEmn QUALITY BKLAU H , .. B --- GJrtTZGwrfOwi wen SczvCC.. French soldiers in the trenches are by the Lalaiette fund for the benefit carved of wood, suldicro. Napoleon and his dolls. TO USE LOCAL II 1 CAIL Contractors Will Favor Val ley Men and Teams; Sugar ., Beet Men Organize. Las Cruces. X. M, Xov. 26. Local labor and teams are to be employed by the contractors in digging the new canal system, the extension or the Leaaburg canal and the Picacbo lateral. This was announced in a telegram to president Clapp. of the Water Users' association from Toohey 4 Johnson, of Phoenix, Arrz., who se cured the contract for the canal work. The bid or Toohey A Johnson was S23.070. about 12,000 lower than any other bid. Organize Sugar Ileet AMoeiation Las Cruces and Hestlla valley farm ers hare organized a Sugar Beet as sociation. The organization was ef fected at a meeting of citizens held at i ,...- i-..- 1 me Home oi k. f. Porter. Officers : ciwuwi a iviiuvB. n. tr. x oner. ir..u,. n,.-. u.. - ....' .1 R. P. Porter, .-........., m.,,. wi . n , i.naniDi, i j. o. Jllller. secretarv: advlsorv hoard John May, Stoes and Mandeville. The purpose or the organization is to fur ther tbe sugar beet industry in the valley. Each person attending the meeting agreed to subscribe $10 to ward a fund of $2,500 to be used to ex periment In the growing of sugar beets for commercial shipping. Later meet ings will be held to perfect the, work of the organization. Vnlon Thnnkuclvlnir Service. Union' Thanksgiving services were held in tbe Methodist church yesterday. The sermon was preached by Rev. Dr. Sands, the music was in charge of the Methodist choir. Prof. R. W. Twiing has returned from Albuquerque, where be attended the meeting of the State Educational association. Laa Crucea Contestant Win. Mies Hester Day returned yesterday morning from Albuquen$e. where she carried off the first honors in tbe ora torical contest. Miss Alice Cowan, who represented the eommon schools of Las Cruces In the contests at Albuquerque in arith metic, language and written spelling, won second puce In arithmetic and written spelling. She has returned home. Lennle Grey McBride, of Las Crnces, won second place in penmanship. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. lies entertained at dinner on Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Leighton. of Mesilla Park, and Mrs. L. ". Talbott and two children, of Illinois, and Mrs- G. K. Gatton and son, Fred Gatton. of Las Cruces. Mrs. lies has recovered from a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Lytton Taylor enter tained at Thanksgiving dinner yester- 31c .25c small 3 for 25c Lily Milk, 2 for 15c Iried Apples, 2 lb Inet! Apilcots, 3 lbs Prunes, lb Cranberries, qt Country Gentleman Corn.... ....35c ....53c lie 10c lie OSe Boyera Pork & Deans, can... Vamnllo rinnr SI Ih nrt i.--T-. W I SERVICE SATURDAY MEAT SEECIAL. Dressed Turkeys, fresh and fat; lb 19Vfe Home Dressed Hens, the best, lb 19? Home Dressed Springs, fresh and fat, lb .$ Pork Loin, or whole, lb n The Rest lllsplay of K. C. Meat I'ndcr Glass In Southwest. Do 'Sat Forget, to See Mcillekle About That Chrlstma Turkey. Shoulder Steak. S H S5e Veal Stew. H.- - Hound Steak, lb le Veal MieuWer, lb 17Jie Loin Steak. I 14 Veal Loin steak, lb JJe T-Bone steak, lb We Mutton Chop, H 1M HH Raat. standing lb le Mutton Ler. H J Rolled Koant. 14. l"V4e Chipped Reef. J Horap Roast, lb 15c BoHed Him. H We Beef Stew, lb le SHred Bacon, lb e Don't Forget We Give You quality an Well as Price. OYSTERS, pint 20 SALMON, dried, best, lb 50e SATURDAY GROCERY SPECIALS. Bread Loaf Rye, Graham, French and Home Made 3f Sour Mixed Pickles a bargain qt 15d Jam any flavor in quart jars a bargain qt 25f Apples for cooking or eating. 45 to 50-lb. box .' SJ51.25 lie Sure nnil Look for Our Tuesday Bargains In Groceries and Meat. Spu.K IS ll -... Onions, ffood ones. 10 Ida Head Rice. 4 lbs Cera 1r)ake, 4 pa., link Iteaus. 4 lbs Piemrntos, S cans ...2Se ...ze ...ze ...lie ...13c ...23e Cramberrie, qt .10e Celery, Z bonehes a 15c Be Sure and See the Largest Diaplay of FruMs and" Vegetable la EI Pano OLIVES, green, qt. 256 BULK COCOA, lb 25? rnifnaf MeMlrkle's I WW I I ww Mo ruins Joy El fee; -5& V Mornloc Joy ) Butter (mS) That "Visit EI Paio'n Only Real Modern Cash Grocery Store. McMlckle Saves Ton Xlekels. flcilIILE' San Antonio. YOU CAX ALWATS DO day Mrs. Frank Burke and family, of Miranda street The next number ef the lyceura course will be given December T by the Barallo Orchestra company. There will be a meeting of the Bene fit association of Maccabees on Sat urday. Mies Pearl Price accompanied Dr. Reed home to Deming, where she will spend several days. Misses Lina and Mary Scarborough, of Laa Cruces.. spent Thanksgiving with their father and sister in 1 Paso. Mrs. William A. Sutherland will en tertain the Saturday Bridge crab at its next meeting. Misses Bertha and Alma, Xorvell and brother, John XorveiL are apendintr the Thanksgiving vncatiomat Salem. Misses Esther and Mabel Martin are visiting at Salem. Prof. Hiram Hadley is at home from Arbuqueroue. Mrs. Hadley. who re cently suffered a fall, is recovering slowly. Miss Iva Engbrtght was a guest in the home of A. D. Brownlee on Thanks giving day. Mother Tiiex In Milwaukee. Mrs. Samuel ManaSM has received word announcing the death of her mather in Mitwankee. Mrs. Dallas Reeves has returned from Albuauerque. Mrs. P. R. James left here yester day morning for Santa Fe to make her home. Allen B. Wrialey, of Chicago, who visited his son. Francis Merrill, has re turned to his home. Capt. S. J. Woodhull has returned from a visit to Hatch. P. F. Campbell and family, of Hatch, are here for a few days' visit with friends, maklm- their headquarters at the Park hoteL They formerly lived in Las Crnces. Chinese Urge Foreign Powers to Withdraw All Guards From Legations Pekln. China. Nov. 36. Chinese news papers are carrying on a campaign tor tbe withdrawal of the legation guards which foreign powers maintain in Pekln- At present only the Americans, the Japanese and the Dutch haTe a full guard at their legation compounds. As a result of tho war the English, the Russian, the French, the Italian, the German and the Austrian legations have reduced their guard to small sqnads, but even the few soldiers left In Pekin by these belligerents have managed to engage in some crashes which the Chinese use as an argument against the employment or troops by foreign lent ions. Under the direction of Lieut. Gen. J. Munthe. a Norwegian officer and mili tary adviser to president Yuan Shi-kai, a special Chinese -orps has bten trained for the defence of the legation quarter. This corps now numbers over tta mem bera. and is held by the Chinese to be a very effective organization, capable of affording adequate protection to foreigners resident in Pekln. The American legation guard at pres ent stationed in the legation quarter numbers about 258 marines. The Jap anese guard is about the same and the Dutch guard slightly smaller. All told tbe Americans have about l$vv troops, marines and Infantry, in Pekin and Tien-tain and as guards along the rail way between Pekin and Tientsin. A year ago the entire number of foreign troop in North China exceaded 10.008. At present the number is considerably less than SO. A dollar saved by buying goods pro duced elsewhere is a, dollar thrown at your neighbor's birds. Buy ot your nclsnbor, and he'll buy of you. PREQUENT tinn of sales a consulta tion of sales announce ments in The Herald will ill J give your dollars an un usual buying power. Herald Want Ada Bring Results 'Jtrr One and 3. CtavtaceeV Lettuce. S bd loe Matehea. 7 boxes 23c Cryttal White Soap, 7 bars SSe Cbolc IVhHe Sup. I ban s5e JUnlor. :-10e. bottle lie Sal Soda. M lb SS OottoUn. IS lb. pall Sl.M Snowdrift, 10 lb. paH XLZO best eIIinR Cof- jje 30C Paso'i 100 percent pure, Dozen 35c lb. 34c Are Always Fresh. That Dependable Kind. Kat of Court House. BETTER AT MeillCKLE-S. DOES Illl STOMACH TROUBLE Ml Wonderful Staa&Reied win cnanae j thatr . Long Face! And One Dose Has Oftei. Dispelled Years of Suffering. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy can xe&U.. be termed WONDERFUL. No matter where yen live you will find peopl who have suffered with Stomach, Livr and Intestinal Ailments, etc. and hc been restored to health and are loud ' their praise of this remedy. It acts o the source and f eundstion of these ai - -ments, removing the poisonous catarri. and bile accretions, taking out the in flammation from the intestinal trac and assists In rendering the same act' septic. 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