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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, March 28, 1916. . . - A IMF RIB HAS BEENDENIED Unofficially Reported That ( Array Must Continue i Use of Its Trucks. j luotfieiallv word was conveyed to ;n. UfOrRi- Bell. jr.. Monday evening that Carranza had refused the um of i ! North Went- railroad lor the n ."-importation of foodstuffs and sup plies to the American expeditiouary foices in Mexico. The information waa -HHj to the commander of the border p.itiol while at supper in the Paso del Ni.if and he said that ne uviie-.- - s iuii-e to lie authentic. tnnd llnillj Needed. KUed if the army ould progress w.ihout tin- use of the railroad. Gen. i: 11 replied that it rould be done at a rrfat expenditure of money in the em vlomint of motor trucks, but that even tn. inn ks i" ;- -"-""--"TJ ,. HI Ml -.l.ii-i .-- - .; rice ll me romiB -..". -- 1 i Hi, impassable i. neav y rm. We in ed the road rry much and 1 -iiall lie vi-tv disappointed if we do not -. c nr. it for the transportation of our ,,, .plus." he said. "Certainly It would i . ilit.m- the tedious and involved cam p ik.-n of capturing Villa and hU band ..r . x terminating them. We can do this w.thout the road but in all franknesi h-rr- is no reason why we should not lr-.e the advantage of the railroad liii' ' "liny Ship to llenler. It lir.s been declared that there is no ion why merchart at Casas Urandes U..U not make contracts tor furnishing i. r.ri to the Americans and ship the . .-.plies out of Juarea at private con Mi'.miints, to be sold to the troops alter i. . i IniiK Casas Orandi-s '1 in- n-port is going the rounds thai a . rloail of gasoline, badly needed by the motor trucks and automobiles In ... rvicr at Casas Orandes and south, has rlreadv been shipped to a Casas i'.i .n.li'-s dealer, who will sell it out to tin armv The Hearst News service stnles positively that sueh a shipment v.s made. If n llnin tomes. hile the work of operatine motor ti..nsporta south of Columbus is badly hampered now because the roads have, utiiler the weight of the heavy ma-lii:i-s, l.een ground into a deep, pow-(I-1 v dust, transportation men aay the rendition would lie much worse if it wire to rain now. as the roads would immediate! become so soggy that the triufcs would ho almost buried In the Infantry Teams Play Baseball In Palomas opeialioiiB in .Mexico have not' been allowed to Interfere with the Amerl .nn soldier's love of baseball. Civil i.in.s returning from the border and Pa lom.au tell i.f a hot baseball game which was plaed in Palomae recent l in iv. een tin- Sixth and 16th infantry Tin i--..iiie was plajed iv hlle the i-..m were off riutv and was witnessed ' -il o' the sold lei s who were sta tioned along tin- patrol line near Pa li'.nas Tin ih.cied the tf-ini" just at, they i iilin iliev wat. lied the ball games . . ..... ir-...... i r?irt ri-irtdr- ' III! Hill.- I- " ft" -,l ...v..-. . i. i ,nd were joined bv the few na- 4 i - wao were uit in r-aiomae urn r -...;. nlnce of that tow. dlsappi-arcd tin i Amen, an truopa MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF VILLA MONEY BURNED i Trillion dollars of Villa paper , is- to l.e but ned today in the rear -'. s intarv department at Juarer ..ii.iiev is in the form of Villa bank il.- i one to twenty dollars in .. iiion, and consists of 23 lioxes tin pane,-. The burning is to be done . .- tli- direction or E. Gutierrei. . .il representatie of the treasury ii... tuient of the de facto government, , h.i.s had thi- responsibility of gath- -ii in the Villa money that remained i - tin- Constitutionalists took charge chihuahua Rt..te. The accumulation tin result of three months' work. It it. stated that Villa struck off at .i nit sBops In Chihuahua many mil- .11- of the paper hills, and that at imit he lost control of chihuahua r. were three hundred million dol- 's i.r the currency in the Villa and . i-ount-rfeit bills Tin- floo.lniK "f Chihuahua and So .i.i with the counterfeit bills resulted t'.ie qukfc d. preciation of Villa ...it-v This was temporarily stayed 1 l.i. ii a dut of 10 cents on the II. i upon all Villa money going into ! f t e-r.t the AiiKrutn side. A Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat meat Will Amaze You With Its Result. Tke Mr Advice P-Tr-unid Pil Treatment" V U only fa.r to yourself to TRY " -pnild PileTrcatn-int the mo6t popu- i- lu. mi- pllo tn-ntmi nt In the world i ...v and ono tbnt has stood the test f t.im . Mill the coupon NOW or else get a 60o i ox of Pyramid Pile Treatment from any k!r igglt.Take no eubntltute. FREE SAMPLE COUPON r RAMID HRfG COMPANY. ; -if. pyramid BJdg, Marshall. Mich. Ximilv send me a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment. In plain wrapper. Hi'C trtet Rtnte. A Never Failing Way t6 Banish Ugly Hairs (Aids to Beauty . v uman is immune to superfluous "U lb, .ind bei.-iuse these are likely ..ppeai at any time, it is advisable to ijs have some delatone pow iler i:id to use hen the occasion arises ni-te is made with some of the pow i and water and spread upon the ii Mirfai.-. iii about 2 minutes this - fiilH removed and the skin 1 'I 'i will then finil that jour . iiiuli free tiom h nr i.i fuzz I.) fuzz r latone. I M . iin-M i.i iu t;ct ii ,'i il -i - ii.. UL Be Rid of Fries U.S.AIRSCDUTS DllliU Continue Flights Despite Cold, Hunger, Whirlpools and Danger of Capture. Field Headquarters, American Ex pedition, Colonia Dublan, Hex.. March JS. (By Airplane to Columbus. N. M.) Disregarding cold, hunger, thirst, ex haustion, treacherous air curt cuts aid iha Qir.f rt h.fnv Wilted ViV MexiCRtl bandits after being forced to alight, J the American army aerial eeout are making a fine record In Mexn o They are overcoming successfully all prob lems before them problems which, it is .--iid. are greater than those which haip eonfronted any of the military aviators in the European war. The work has been done without thus far a really serious accident. Une of the senior aviators said today that only in the Alps are the European fly ers likely to encounter conditions par alleling those' under which the Ameri can aviators now are working The Mexican flying service has been a suc cession of unique adventures, each one met successfully by the quick w ,t of "Never:" said this aviator, "have wc ' had in our lives before any flying as difficult as we have done here. VTc are starting here under a handicap of an altitude of about 5200 feet when we rise. Some of the mountains we havi tried to get over are approximately 9000 feet above sea level, and none of our machines Is powerful enough to carry a military load, the p'lot. ob server and fuel sufficient to accomplish the mission desirable at such an alti tude. We might get over one of the high mountains with our load very light hut we probably would be. unable to carry enough fuel for the return flight." Flight llvrr Mountain In. He told about a flight of conn of his men over a mountain pass whith the aviators described as some of the roughest country in Mexico. Just before reaching the pass they were above a gorge 3000 feet deep. No landing place was observable with in 15 miles of this pass. One of the flyers had difficulty in risini: to the necessary altitude. He turned and wheeled his machine, trying to ascend, but the strong air currents swept him around until he was within about 20 feet of the tree tops near the sum mit of the pass. ... ...... .., . V. a ......... n-.f I,. After ne naa gru.tru m.r ncco. .. ...i- i out being able to fight his way higher through tne ireacneruuj "'"" ; ..t .a him Imelr The other was iwicni iv ...... -- - I :, ,. JA .!, fllerht Two AT the I UViaiurtv maw: ... - - , ;- . aviators, carrying dispatches, landed mar a camp in a wind w,,ich ,"?' descrilied as the worst encountered by any of the squadron since the flight for the Mackay trophy in 1U from San Diego. Calif- to bos Angeles, when Lieut. Fred Gerstner, en observer, waa ( killed. , limp HMK) Iet In Spirit.. The bad air near tills camp drove I One of the machines Into a spiral glide. in which it dropped. about 1000 feet., AVhen the aviator cam out of the glide he saw some cavalrymen waving a blanket. and he finished the descent. deliveriuV his orders safely, r ive min utes later the second aviator on this particular trip came overhead. Ills ma chine "rocking like a boat In a rough sea." The second mane aim lo;... safely. After the landing had been I accom; lished. the wind became so . struiiR thtt it picked up one machine I and set it back in oi 50 ff.-t i:ndure Hunger and told. j The wind increased, and was fol-I lowed M severe iold. freezing and . sleet, so that these two planes remalneii for two days out on a Inch prali ie their aviators and guards enduring cold and hunger without a comolnt to insure the safety of the machines. A larla. served to fasten one wing of a plane to sevn tentpoies, ani-noi nw .- -chine so that the wind would not blow it awav. The men sle.it in the open, without blankets and with no other covering, choosins, any h-indy clump of graes or knoll for a windbreak. v ?. . ..- .. iL n.Aj.Mt.11 eiioutrr for flight, it still was very cold. Tn i fact the aviators did not wait for, favorable weather before resuming flight and one f them J-anJf1 '" , enline from 5 T,0 a. m. until S-" m- , until by hand powe- .ne -he got ,, tn irrm w "f, """ -" " ,. ,. ti, i The other maenmc su. ..-.- -.- -- same process with to hours nanU- i Life Molnr. "In flying here, saia me !"" -it is a case frequently of pitting one s life against the motor, for if the mo tor stops, there is no ltntal W within reach and the aviator has nJ ChThus far. however, the aero squad ron has kept the motors in reliable running order in all emergeiic.es IVurar Than llelng I'niler t '"' The aviators themselves believe their work of gathering and transmitting In formation for the army and for its Sander is more difficult duty than being under actual fire. The chances f being hit while under fire In th s country they estimate at "about a mil lion to one." The European planes in the Alpine work, they have been in formed, carry especially powerful mo tors de?igned for mountain observa tion duty. JW Capture In Mexico. Furthermore, in the Alps, if an avia tor after accident does succeed In landing he stands a chance of cap ture, but in any work they may un dertake against . Villa the American aviatois are not counting on saving their Uvea it they should be forced to descend within reach of bandits. The cold itself has reqyired great nerve. A few of the men have come in from hard flights so numli that they had to be lifted from their machines. I.ong Flights. From linden. Thus far in their landings the avia tors have not encountered any signs of unfriendliness among the Mexican people Some of the planes have made Ion-- trips away from. their banes. In one"case, an aviator, in a flight which lasted until oclock at night, used the north star as his guiding post This man did two days work during which he once became to exhausted for lack of water that in a long hike on foot to a place where he knew- he could find water, he collapsed, temporarily, several times. Finally he got tho water. , , tsei. Overalls For Bridle. He also later on needed a horse for another ground mission. At a Mexican ranch he found the horse, but It had no bridle. Ha tare up his overalls, fashioning a bridle which worked very well. A Mexican ranchman riding an- ... . a..a4 ., b (.a a .'It t no'.. oiner norms. . : ...". i guide. When this aviator got ready to resume his flight, a storm held him ! up. but his machine was ready for J Illgni wnen uie wshhbi vivo.cu. Scared MVxlenn Flee. Still another aviator, looking for a location for a night landing In un lamiiiar country, swooped down close to a camp fire for jobtervatlons. When he passed over the fire he noted three Mexkans seated about it. apparently considerably perturbed. As the ground looked good fur a landing, the aviator wheeled his machine and returned, making a safe landing. But when his enormous, beetle shaped plane came to rest, the Menans had fled. The avia tor did not see them again .ill niffht JL . . lleilcnn l'lits a ipei--i;ilti in 'si Adr. WAS PRISONER OF VILLA SBM., .. t"7J3S ttfluD HAWK W&ICHT QlHTi. FILM SCKyiCA. Mrs. Mt-u.le ll.-i'l, Wright was capttireil I ilia and his band, her husband was shot and her baby was jriven to a Mexican lamily. Mrs. Wright was forced to travel with the Villa troop tor nine day. ns she had overheard the plans of the raid on Columbus. During that time her braxerv -o awni--ln .1 the Villa tioops that tliey pro nounced her '"the bravest .voninn that cer lne.l." This f,"ood opinion gained her liberty, tor she was allowed to sro after the Columbus fip-ht. Her baby was n-ii.wreil by some i.t tin- C.iir.ina soldiers and lias been re stored to Mr--. Wright. Tin- little lm i- -liou n .n the above picture with her. I SUIKTHNniS IT 1IIIIT IN Says Shot Himself Clean-1 mg Pistol; Men 111 From , water, Arrive. Private Theo Boudrean, of foinnany i K, 16th infantry, was brought to El Paso Monday afternoon from Columhii" with bis lert leg bandaged and suffer- ing from a pistol bullet wound. Eou- drecn got his wound, so he stated to members of the hospital corps, while , leaning a pistol after the Sixteenth had reached rasas Giandi s uffiier". In writing from tne 16th infantry las week, stated tha,t a man h.td shot him self in order not to have to go fuithei on the campaign. Boudrean would l.ot talk, and when questioned, said: "I have a bad headavh. and cannot think please do not risk me questions." A moment later he was assisted to the ambulance and niad. known his warts readily. He seemed much downcast. On the same train wiJi Boudrean were thirteen others who came to El Taso for treatment Five of the group were negro soldiers and eix were from the Sixth and 18th regiments. The men were suffering principally from intestinal trouble brought on by drink ing water impregnated who aiKall me men were oruugui j ... up u-ui-ks from Casas Grandes None were hurt -- - li . !-- 4V 1 ! in me renu. iv.. uCi.,.,.c,,i ,. v,v.i..-c containing troops from a-as Grandes , to Madera. ! OIL COMPANY FAMII.II.! IjBAVi: TAMFlto FOR I . s. I Galveston, TexaH. March 28. The t quarrel with his caretaker, had as vacht Wild Duck left Tampico yester- i sumed that a raid was on and so re day for Port Arthur with a number of I ported it to Mr. Kelly fronj the ranch the families of employes of the Mexi- can Gulf Petroleum companv on board. according to iniormation which reached i here todaw. KeDorts are that Tampico is nuiet. but that it was decided to the women and children to the V States as a precautionary measure. Ever Eaf Grape-Nuts? There's a vast army of physical and mental workers who do. One reason its delicious nut-like flavour. Another it is easily and quickly digested generally in about one hour. But the big reason is Grape-Nuts, besides having delicious taste, supplies all the rich nutriment of whole wheat and malted barley, including the "vital" mineral salts neces sary for building brnin, nerve and muscle. Always ready to eat direct from the package, Grape-Nuts with cream or good milk is a well bafanced ration the ut most in sound nourishment. "There's a Reason" -sold by Grocers. t HUE UN Foreman Has Fight With Mexicans; Report Is Tele- j phoned m of a Kaid. The ranch of C L. Kell, located two I miles west of Fabens, was reported bv ! Mi Kelli to sheriff Fayton 3. Edwards Mond.v nignt as having b:-en r.uded by Mixican marauders. Mr. Kelly got his information over the long distance telepnone. The report at fiiFt was that lnc i,amius had attempteu to rustle cat- on the ranch and that a tight had nrrcd in which the foreman of the ...nen w-H!-- weundeil. He was sald(to have boii lit.-r treated by an army aurgeou at e abens. Ipon learning ot the niattt r. sherifi . Kdwaids phoi.eu ... the rangira in the , vu-ir.it-. of F ibens to investigate the I ii port. d laid ami late.- hem a conier-.-nee with Cen Uell in tne lob.iy of the laso d-1 Xorti. It was then stated that the i angers and citalry stationed mar ; Fabi ns nail pursued th. bandits. Tin news- oi the raid i cached EI Paso , about :Sii oclocs.. At midnight sheriff , Kdwards learned over lonjr distance I tit phone that vvnat really transpired ' was that the foreman of the ranch had j yot In a fight with three .Mexicans from ' M"L.JS'I1H-Flillit I ! n ..VT-J--.M I noin.li1niein.r iiiuli Tun r iro I f i-ITMin ( under the command of Sergt. Burns. ! of the Ktgtn .avairJ, and a small forco I ftroopers under Lieut Hardy, of troop , Joi,led tl)c rangers in investigating tn,. matter. The alarming information i had bet n anticipated by L. M. Barker, foreman of the ranch, who upon seeing tliroe Mexicans ride up and get into a i oi i. ji. wingo. MB ILL i BHPLKi !-.iu !...,;'. ,il Jl.irch Ji. Opt. V. j Clark, aeronautical engineer of the sig- . i.al corps aviation srhool nere. ana i Went. Thomas lie Witt .Milling, junior military aviator and instructor in fly-j inp. have received telegraphic instru-j tions lrom th- war department, it was , .-innounc-ed tod:. to proceed to Wash-t inprton to inspect, purchase and t-3t a i number of n-' airplanes to he eent to j th. expeditionary forces now operating i 111 M tico. j The ysaid they would leave inimedi- j at'-ly. It is understood that Capt. Clark i and Lieut. MiliinK aie to purchase from j elpht to 1" twin motored 160 hors.c- power s-nii-.irmored airplane. Ma , chinc-K similar to this type have been shipped in larce numbers to the Hritish and French flyinpr corps, it ie said, and have giv n excellent aervice TheM. nlnnes r nrolect.-il iiVi.hr thy fnselairA 1 by a plate of heavy stael. They develop a speed of from SO to !U miles an houi with pilot and obbervei and can carr. i cnouwji fuel for a 500 mile fliKhl. j Col. Win. M. Glassford, formr chit.r I of the mgnal corpH of the western de partment of the army, with headquar ters at San Francisco, will assume com mand of the signal corps aviation school Monday. April 3. He will re lieve Capt. Arthur S. Cowan. MEXICO PREPARES TO BACK ITS MONEY WITH BULLION Mexican consul Andres Garcia re ceived a telegram Tuesday morninfr from Queretaro. temporary capital of Mexico, stating that national treasurer Zambrano announces that there Is a constant large Increase of specie and bullion in possession of the govern ment to be used as a reserve behind paper issues and accumulated by tax and stamp collections in various states. The messnsre states that the plan for exchanging the present Issues for the new protected issue will be put In oper ation in April The treasurer holds that the opeiations of speculators is responsible for the depreciation In the gold value of the paper money. The present quotations have no relationship i with t li purchasirg powei or the cur- i f u. y I Tin ii.ilivi reo-Tds of cc-iti.i! Mexico jii.i I- ici City m pu-McuIar show a , w. I Private Branch rxehnnge 3SIH). Corner Me.n -.enuc and an ntonlo Street. I rivnie n. S Begizairaijag Wednesday In TSae Basemesst WSm A Sale of 3000 '"Sample" Pairs of Warn m Women's $3050a9f 4 S5Hig'Ii Hj m G& Low SKoes, At a Pair, BB fl A DE.MONSTKAT10X of "The Popular's" superior WjM "g &. Imving power: In spite of the condition of tlie j WtWJglilM 'father 'market, our shoe chief comes forward with an- ..ther "scoop" this time 3000 pairs of Women's "Sam- J SMS rlr" nih alld Low Shoes Pumps, Oxfords, Slippers, as M f'" as Footwear for growing girls. Wzjgm Iplllflli All wanted leathei-s, including colored kids and c-ombina- W$&m ' S tii-ns of cloth and leather. Such fashionable styles as mm 1 Wm Colonial Pumps, One, Two and Three-Strap Slippers, jfjlj ! t Button and Lace Oxfords, Plain Pumps, Button and Laee i i High "Shoes, and numerous other lasts. llirlli Sizes 21'-'. to 1 with a few larger ones taken from our ill ili This Footwear is sold to you at far less than wholesale li SK5f3S3iis5 ......i- niwi flmi.r."c nAthiiio- cirwii'tpT nr more desirable on KSSSa ile anywhere. w IPilllll Vit' lPle wil1 ,m.v tw" or tm'et lails tlurillc: Tms lP ' V('llT 1"1' le 'jar"auls are undoubted. flilil Please have your Footwear fe. IS - fitted, as alf sales are posi- dSm WsSr Wi&mMsi tivelv final. sv 1 ni a'e e8'ns 'n "e as' arSl I llllrilij I'll ment Store Wednesday IllipliPSlifillla L tffi t! morning promptly a $3?$g$lz&& sfSillll mm8m I'll 8:30 o'clock. (Sl &$WS5, rS 1 SJrSn I'll T7 vV J I 7 P8 ' e!ZS$&K&3iR 1 'l See Mesa Avenue Win- V6 I yl SkSS Mm Q CV H ; f ym BmyN jrdL i L, kILJ- aa38s&&msmB3sms&m&&m& Ft m is i safe- - . :&'&mB88&8tt &a&&ffismt ' - I S:23e.i J&KBaBSESBll.K urKi'af' v--s, r- rKATsasissieafcsgssBBgEaRs visssasmiemsSA THINGS DIFFERENT NOW G CH VLLfi S1NO GCM fSKSHlfKi This plmtiiraili iii.nl.- l.iM mniniii .it lint Hit iio t-en. Fnii.visco Villa at the lelt nini l!i i. I..u. 1. rIntn at the nirlit. The How of intei n.it tonal cvenU since thin has iu.nl. the l.i.m.-r "lnm 01 i... .." .1 liimt.-d man. with the famous "Black .le.k' .iml )i h.ud riHnm i-v.il.-.i.. n iii. hiintii-. In 42 houi -i the U. S. troop- mvi-,.,1 nn.ii- than 11" miles aim - tin- ti.nUe desert and arc reportetl to liav.- drn.n 1II.1 int.. a trap 111 tin- tiiiim-m iii.iiiut.iiii- decrease of 611 per . ent In the number th constitution of a railroad in Jalisco of inluries snM.tlin-d h; inel.i-iate-- dur- hns '. -An tiiilliti.'d by the dc fatrn Rov ing two mentiis -.in.-.- suppr--i-Mon 0.' .rinii'iil ..n tin- iri.niii.l thrt Iluert.t the sale of pu'. in.- 111 f.-.l.-i.il districts w.i.s a n-niver ...nl h ul ii" le-,.il jinft.-i Con. cs--i"n -: .'M- 1 M l!,j-iti for t.. isu, t.j CAr, . i.i,i Jvri Jrji,j-j gexytcz. SHE WAS A MERE SKELETON Thi Lady Suffered From SeTere Pain in Left Side, Wa Very Weak, and Confined to Bed for Months at a Time. Oklahoma City, Ok la. Mi 5. loii l-"underburg. of this city, says: "When I was 11 years old I waa very pooi'o. and was told that my case was vei y had. and that it might go into con sumption, as I had an awful cough. The medicine I took did not do me mm h good, and I only spoilt my money to. nothing, as I -ut no relicT. but when I commenced taking Cardui, I began l.n- : proTin-:. j Before t.uv.ns Cardui I was a "' c 1 skeleton, and -a as ery weak and w s j confined to my bed at times, sometimes as lon:r as a mouth at a time. 1 was ut -I able to go to school regularly for tv. a j ears, on account of my bat l.. altli I had cramping every month, and a se vere pain in my l-ft side. . . . My mother told me of Cardui and after taking one bottle I was greatly relieved of the pains. I have continued taking It until I feel like a different woman, and I cannot praise Cardui enough. . . I am now gaining in weight, and all my friends that see me speak of h.-vr much better I look in the last mont.-i. and I tell thein I am taking Cardui . . . T highly recommend it to all saf fei ing tv omen " Try tiknitr C-ilui ."i "0ur U'ocbles. 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