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EL PASO HERALD
a i EL PASO W IS ; SOLDERS TROOPERS SHOW HE ENDURANCE WCflUSiTilTDn Fill CIMM Are Crazed for Candy After So Much Bacon and Hard Tack for Food. ill Hightower and Montes Sen tenced to Be Hanged on May 5; Killed "Women. - lv. i . .ty. ;. M.. April . Lucius C. 1 1 ic!t" r and rdro Montes, convicted r I iir?t tierce murder, during the pres ent term of the district court were . nt need today by Judge Colin Keblett i ;i the death, penalty on Friday, ;.i ... l.y hanging. 'enhr prisoner showed any vistbla r notion v. hen the sentence of death was r''"ii"unred The mm will be hanged "' a double rcaffuld. erected In the cjrt ard of the ounty Jail here. Miuhtower w convicted of shooting 1 i wife al Tyrone, Sept. 30, 1915, and Minted Is alleged to have shot his eetheart to death on the street here f January. I he whole household will-relish Sulz 'Kr Majestic Hami and Bacon ''lirluuely Different." Adv. NOTICE THE NEW COMMERCIAL FRUIT STORE i now ready for business. Our specialty is Quality arid Prices. FRUITS OF ALL KINDS Tomatoes, 3 lbi. 25c; 7 lb. bas ket 50e Bananas, doc 10e Fresh Strawberries, 2 boxes... 25c Sweet Calif. Navel Oranges, doren 15c Lemons, down '. . . .10c Florida Grape Fruit, 6 for 25c Apples, 6 lbs. 25c; per box. .$1.75 Nuts, all kinds, lb 20c Free Delivery to All Parts of City. , We Give Merchants' Coupons. 202 MILLS STREET. Phone 7968. George Spangler, Famous Bicycle Eider and Auto mobile Dealer, Killed. Silver City, X. M.. April 6 George B. Spangler. a well known business roan of this city and a member of the firm of Rowlee & Spangler, auto dealers and cat-age proprietors, was shot and killed yesterday at Duncan, Ariz., by contable William Brooks It Is alleged Spangler and Jesse III1I quarreled and that Spangler drew a re volver on Hill, who accused him of tak ing a gold nugget During the argu ment the officer was summoned, and when he arrived on the ncen unri de manded that Spangler turn over his ' pistol, the latter. It is said, began shoot ing, two bullets wounding constable Brooks, who shot Spangler three times, he dying within a few minutes. The wounds of Brooks are not serious. Spaneler is survived by a widow and one daughter, living here. He was a member of the local Klks' lodge and at one time Held a world's record for long distance bicycle riding. He came here from Kl Paso one year ago. GOTAIIDV CHARGED WITH THEFT. 1 A charge of theft under $80 has been filed in the justice court against John I G. Gotardy by Mrs. Jesus Campos who alleges that Gotardy went to her home to collect for Insurance and disap peared with S!0. HKXRY GRAYSON AMIHSTIU). Henry Grayson was arrested Thurs day afternoon and is being held lu the city Jail pending word from sheriff Lewis, of 8ocorro county, N. 31., who caused his arrest. Bids will be received until ten ocloclc a. m., Thursday, April 13th, 1816. for a complete audit of all departments of the City of El Paso for the year U1S 11, Including trial balances with de tailed statements supporting principal assets and liabilities. Also adjustment of tax rolls for years 1914 and 1915 with ledger and making complete list of delinquent taxes. Audit to begin May 1st, 1916. Tttgh't is reserved to reject any and all bids. J. F. Dawson, City Clerk. Adv. M Paso Seed Co. open Evenings. S19 San Antonio. Opp. Court House. Adv. El I'mo Seed Co. Opes Evenings. tit San Antonio. Opp. Court House. Adr. Pickwick The Servlee Cafe. Adr. MaKe Pictures EASTMAN KODAK EASTMAN FILM FELDMAN FINISHING--A GOOD COMBINATION.. Our charge for developing a roll of film, any size, is 10c Orders finished same day if left be fore 10 a. m. The American expeditionary force in Mexico has developed a sweet tooth. The quartermaster's "depot here to day received from the field quarter master at Casag Grandes a requisition for 3000 pounds of chocolate candy and 3000 pounds of stick candy. The local quartermaster at once started steps to rush the order through. Candy ot a Luxury. Candy is not regarded in the army as h luxury, but as a food which will be doubly appreciated by the hard rid ing troopers after days and days of suDsisience on nuiuing out Hard tack and bacon. Although the army is not using the railroad, private shippers are doing so In Increasingly large degree. As the chief customer of these private shippers is the field quartermaster at Casas Grandes. the effect is to a 'certain de gree the same as If the army did the shipping. Fifteen Cars of Hay. Fifteen carloads of hay crossed to Juarez Wednesday night for shipment to Casas Grandes and points south. The shipment Is the largest of any single article of feed for livestock that has yet moved toward the United States army troops and like other shipments it is a private undertaking, though destined for the army horses. A delay in the departure of the freight and passenger train to Casus Grandes and points south was occa sioned" on Thursday and the mixed train will not go until Friday morning, ac- rnrrtlnff" in aAvima frnm Ik. nTA . ' Western railroad office. Train From South. A mixed train came up from Pearson and Casas Grandes early Thursday rooming. Among the passengers were H. Moffitt and daughter. Most of the box cars were return empties. Mr. lloffitt reported that there Is very lit tle news at Casas Grandes from the front and save for the constant move ment and shifting of troops and army routine, there Is little to excite cu riosity. The presence of the soldiers and their ready buying of food stuffs. Mr. Mof fltt states, has put more money Into the country than it has had for five years. Officer Says He Never Saw a Country Where Men Could Ride as in Mexico. At the Front in Mexico, Gen. Persh ing's Camp, April 2. (By Airplane and Motor courier to Columbus, ,. M.) After having returned from a scout with 250 picked cavalrymen, an officer stated he had never seen a country where men could ride as hard without sleep and still keep well as In these mountains. "It seem"! to be the air at the alti tude of 7500 to 10.000 feet that keeps men up," he added. The troopSrs In the course of their SO mile ride In two days, made a 55 mile ride literally up and down the tops of a ridge of moun tains. It was necessary to search this entire ridge. The 55 miles was made In 36 hours through canyons, through heavy snow at 10,000 feet, and up and down mountain , sides. There was neither road nor trail. After taking their mounts safely through this ride, the cavalrymen made a 35 mile dash across country to head off the possi bility of a Villlsta rally at a place which had been under suspicion for several days. In the mountain work the cavalrymen led their horses over the worst placeB. The horses have shown that they can climb almost any mountain that a man can ascend. Pride in their horses has become a passion with the cavalrymen In their mountain riding. "Our horses," the of ficer asserted, "are Just as good today as when they crossed the border. They are fit for a charge right now. Just lee us get on Villa's trail and we will set him sure." Biiiisn Till; KILL SO TIAJVKim IS FOUXD SHOT. Baltimore, Md., April . Wilson P. Heyward, head of the banking house of Hey ward and company, was found dead In his home here Wednesday night with a bullet In his brain. Receivers were named for his business on February 9 At It Should Be Done. HOW A DRUGGIST CURED HIS KIDNEY TROUBLE For the past twenty-fo'ir vears I have been selling Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root with excellent satisfaction to mv customers who have used it. They are always nleased with the rmi. .obtained and speak very favorrbly re- Haraing; ine preparation. It cured me of a bad ease of Catarrhal Inflamma tion of the Bladder eighteen years ago. after two months treatment with pharmaceuticals recommended for in flammation of the bladder. It Is un doubtedly a remedy of great merit In the rilMuas for which It Is so highly recommended. Very truly yours. J. W. HANAIf. Hruggist. East Lynne, Mo. November 3rd, 115. Letter to Dr. Kilmer A. Co, IIInghamtOB. X. Y. To Our "Out-of-Town" Customers : Do you realise that witk our Mail Order Department that it places a MODERN CITY DRUG STORK, with its many dainty little preparations that art ee dear tK every woman's heart, at your very door? There is no reaeoa why you should not enjoy th same well regulated toilet table as your elty friends. The Parcels Post delivers the goods to your door. AH that is necessary is to let us know your wants. Wo accept two cent postage stamps to the sum of iiM. If youVouId care to ha,ve a regular monthly Drug Store aoeoant, simply give m reference to some local grocer with whom you have an account and we will be glad to have your orders, send ing a statement at the end of the month. We have everything that you see advertised at the' advertised price. Tow orders and letters of inquiry receive the same prompt, courteous treatment that you receiva when stepping into our store to nake your purchase. 7 he Warner Drug Co. ORNDORFF HOTEL BLOCK, EL PASO, TEXAS. Drop us a card and have your name on our mailing lit,t It will prove profitable for you. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yon. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Blnghamton. K. Y., for a sample else .:. . ll wlH convince anyone. You win also receive a booklet of valuable i-j'i??aiion' -Xflnnf! aDout the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention The El Faso Herald. Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles for sale at all drug stores Advertisement. Ailments of Men Happily Overcome Sl'CCISSSFUM.Y TRIED IJV 3IAXY. Undoubtedly the following sug gestion will work wonders for that great class of men who through dissipation of their nat ural strength, find themselves In their "second childhood" lonaTbe fore the three score and ten al lotted to life's pleasures and en joyments are reached. '.' I", Hreunied to be infallible, and highly efficient in quickly restoring In "nervous exhaustion" weak vitality, melancholia and the functions. By taking It at home no man need be the wiser as to another's short-comings, and expensive fees are avoided. Lack of poise and equilibrium In men Is a constant source of embarrassment even when the public least suspects It. For the benefit of those Mho want a re storation to full, bpundlng health, and all the happiness accompany ing it. let It be stated that the prescription calls only for trree graln Cadomene tablets. In sealed tubes with full directions for self administration. The tablets con tain no opiates or habit-forming drugs, so a physician's prescrip tion is not necessary. Well stocked pharmacies supplv these tablets which possess the most wonderful tonic invigorating powers imaginable. The effect of their use is soon apparent in new strength and nerve force. Laredo, Texas, April e. Fifty per sons, including women and children, were murdered by bandits between Torreon and Zacatecas, on March 28, when the marauders wrecked the train on which they were riding, according to word brought here today oy passen gers. The bandits, according to the story told here, wrecked the train In a billy section far from any place of habita tion and shot down the passengers one by one as they emerged from tho wreckage. When all the passengers were killed of wounded the bandits set fire to the wreckage and cremated the bodies. A military train following the pas senger train reached the wrecked train shortly afterward, btlt turned back to Torreon without rendering aid. LANSING DENIES TROOPS COMING OUT (Centlased from pace 1.) tal cost of the truck trains will be about 1750,000. it Is estimated. It Is authoritatively stated that the request for the 108 trucks went for ward to the war department more than a week ago, but that compliance with it was withheld, pending negotiations for the use of the railroad. o Supplies Shipped By Army. Since the state department an, nounced that Gen. Carranza had as sented to the shipment of supplies over the Mexico North Western not one word has been received locally that would indicate when use of the road would begin. Mexican consul Garcia, said today he had received no Instruc tions from the de facto government Army officials said that to date not one pound of supplies had been sent forward other than by way of Co lumbus and the motor train. MEXICAN CHARGED WITH OPENING JUAREZ MAIL K. Rlos, charged with intercepting letters from the United States to per sons residing In Juarez, and removing postal money orders from them, was placed under arrest In Juarez on Thurs day morning. He is alleged to have removed the money orders from the envelopes and cashed them through a second person, who came to 1 Paso for that purpose. The case Is one for the Mexican courts aud Is not within the Jurisdic tion of the federal courts on this side, according to the postofflce secret ser vice department. Between four and five orders are al leged to have been cashed in this man ner. GUTIERREZ SAYS CAPTURE OF VILLA IS NOW CERTAIN Mexico, City, Mex., April 6. Gen. Luia Gutierrez, at Chihuahua city, reported to the war department today that the capture of Francisco Villa within a very short time was certain. He eald Constitutionalist forcea-were again re ported to have locateu . la and sur rounded him. It is also reported that a combined force of Constitutionalist troops from the states of Jalisco, Aguascallentes and Zacatecas Is closing in on Gen. Bra camontes who, with a force of Villa Cavalry, has been located near Juchl pila, In southern Zacatecas. HIP. VILLA WILL NOT BE BROUGHT BACK FROM CUBA The time limit within which Ilipo lito Villa can be extradited from Cuba on the charge against him in the local court having expired. Villa's brother will not be brought to El Paso. . This announcement was made at the sheriffs office Thursday. Villa was In dicted on a oharge of malicious mls chler In connection with the attempt to wreck a railroad east of 1 Paso. Difficulty was experienced In getting Villa extradited from Cuba, It being claimed that the charge against him was of a political nature. Slexlcan rents, Lee Newman, ph. 4604. Adt . 71 te instrument of the "worlds greatest artiste It is natural that in the musical world there should be singers and instrumentalists whose transcendent art places them in the forefront of their profession. These artists have attained their commanding positions by reason of their superb artistry, and it is no mere coincidence that they have chosen the Victrola as the instrument to carry their sub lime art into the home with the utmost fidelity. The Victrola is the greatest of all musical instru ments not only because it brings you the exact renditions of the world's famous artists, but because it has through sheer merit and through world-wide recognition by millions of music-lovers earned this high honor the artists have conferred upon it Any Victor dealer will gladly show you the complete line of Victors, and Victrolas $10 to S400 and play the music you know and like best, which is the only way for you to personally judge its capabil.ties of satisfying your musical longings, Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. Important warning. Victor Records can be safely and sitkfutorHy played only with Victor NrtdUt er Ttmsftons Stylo on Victors or Victrolas. Victor Records cannot be safely pUycd on machines with jeweled or ctber reproducing points. N Victor Records deaunjtrated at all deafen oa the 28th o.f nta mentli vrjjvp Al'Tl .UO II I Mi AXU MOTOR . TRUCK HAVE COLLIsiDX A Cole automobile driven bv L. H. Nicholson and a delivery wagon of the Velvet Ice company driven by Guy W. 1 AicK.ay, collided shortly after noon Thursday on the corner of South El I Paso street and West San Antonio. rne lamps ana mua guards or the automobile were slightly damaged. A freezer of ice and salt was scattered over the street, but no "- ' Bell-ais Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25cataU druggists a! x ni prove pruiitauie ior you. " - - UMJEnSft-LI ! ALL OTXIISR I LEVY GROCERY COMPANY JUST RECEIVED GERMAN Thin Matzos and Matzo Meal Two Packages for 25c . Phones 50S and 506. 204 and 206 E. Oferland Si. imnr h i mm t n n l jjuiiML, 1( SUPPOSETHIS WAS YOUR AUTOMOBILE i r""-' ' Wiis.iijiiT'c-iiiiJjsi f i i I il PS Be Wise, Get Your Machine Insured Right ITow T. ".e youe." p"Se.'t protection agam-,t fire and tbelt, pergonal liaUiht,, collisions and property damage. Hon o? lVLlll n7"8 n mwiia increawd dupr of accidents. Knjoy the peace f mind and satisfac ,. J S4 red. Its lar better to have ,t and not need tt, than to need it and not le it. Let us quote you rates on all classes of automobile insurance. wr,M.nUi.f!!ra,,w POl'CieS rc M-Htc5 ,1" 0Ur own 0ffic'' and W0 rite a11 k'nJ anl foruls- y ' ""cr ,ll PrJCprT!t I"'"'0" d"ar rmpamv,L "ni- and J""? a y "9 tbat we do not pav some body s claim. I'rompt. satialactorv service always. DOUGLAS C. CROWELL AGENCY iujub oiok. General Insurance PirUl.-t.. .j e....f.. ra- y-. Ladies' Rubber Heels 25 c Men's Rubber Heels 35f SHOES HALF SOLED, 50, 65 and 75 Modem Shoe Repairing Service 518 North Stanton Street Corner Missouri 'STATE NATIONAL BANK Established April, 18J1 Capital, Surplus and Profits, SJO0.00J INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS JlK.?2v.?rS.W,lt C N- BASSETT. Vice President JOflBTrt MAGOFFIN. Vice Pros. GEO. D. FLORT. Cashier. U J. GILCHRIST, Aast Cashier. EL PASO EXCHANGE SYSTEM PRIVATE BANKERS UNINCORPORATED Meaican Money Bought and Sold. 201 S. El Paso Street. P. 0. Bos 1029. 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