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EL PASO HERALD
ILISTAS TAKEN Men Condemned to Die For Villa Eaid at Columbus Taken to Santa Fe. ncmlng. N. M., April 2. The-stven . ondemued VilliBtfiB are now aafly be I ind the stone walls of the Santa Fe penitentiary awaiting their execution .m May 19. unlMR a new trial is grant ed them. The men were ordered to be taken to Santa. Fe by Judge Kdward C. Medler, who declared that the Luna ounty Jail was nelthei safe nor canl tarj. The seven Villletas. all of whom were wounded during the Columbus i aid, were In charge of deputies Jim Keaiv James Dleudonne and R. B. l-aulkner and D. C 8nodgrass. They were taken to Santa Fe In a day coach utached to tbe Santa Fe train and one, loee Rangal. had to be taken on a cot iircause of his wounds All Prisoners to ftania I'c. Tudge Medler also ordered all other i isoners In the Luna county jail, who were confined for longer than 10 days, io be taken to Santa Fe. as the condi tion of the Jail was such that he did not consider it abvlsable to leave them lure This included Francisco Acosta, who was sentenced to 20 years In prison n a second degree murder charge in onnction with the killing of another Mpxlcsn in a fight at Spauldtng. He nu one of tbe Jail breakers, but wan icquttted of being implicated in tbe leath of sheriff r. B. Steiena. Others to PrUon. Others sentenced to prison and taken to Santa Fe were: Richard Davis. harged with larceny and sentenced to one year In prison; Roland Robinson, harg'd with larceny and sentenced to in rear, Jose Carat co. larceny, three to four years; Ramon Eepinos, conceal ing stolen property, fined J600 and 3 to . tears in prison. Pablo Sanchez, who was captured at i "Inmbue after the raid on Columbus u ith a pair of field glasses and a uni form, was taken to Santa Fe to await rial on a chaxge of being Implicated in t he Columbus raid, his case having been postponed until the next term of court Ordered to Pay Doctor nil!. The Luna county commissioners, who i ff?M Start. Right! THE future of many a mau has been ruined when he was placed iu his first long pants suit because it was ill fitting and poorly constructed. LflDgham High Suits were designed for tin special purpose to place the young fellow right. Just a much care is taken with these suits as with those of his father and older brother. We discontinued our Boys' Department for the express purpose of in stalling these suits. The following u in teresUog. Bead it There Are Thirty Points of Superiority in Suits for Younger Young Men and Boys in their First Long Pants .Suit Special Points in Coat 1 Special Watch Pocket Inside the outer breast pocket so that watch chain may be worn from buttonhole in lapel. 2 Special Change Pocket in lower outside right-hand coat pocket. 3 Special Ticket Pocket in left facing of coat. 4 Pencil Pocket at edge of in side breast pocket. E The coat pockets are lines and are stayed to stand the strain of service, without gagging or bulging. G The Cling Close Collar is so constructed that it slips into place automatically, and does not stand away from the lin en collar. 7. A special Shape Stay under back of coat collar prerents wrinkles across the back. S. Linen Holland Buttonhole Stay to hold buttons in place. 9 Tho Shapely Shoulders con form gracefully to the natural shoulder lines. 10 The Coat fronts are soft and flexible in construction. 11 Extra Heavy Silk Hanger. 1Z special Method of stitching the tape on the -inside of coat prevents cockling of edges, and insure smooth surface. Special Points in Vest 13 Fountain Pen Pocket in upper left breast pocket. 14 The Vest fits smooth across MH back. It is cut tbe right length to conform to trousers, and thus does not wrinkle acroei the waist. Our Windows Are Well Worth Watching 206-10 San Antonio St. LEVY GROCERY COMPANY!? 3 Cam Chile Con Came 25c 3 3-Ib. Can BakedTkani 25c 3 Can Sardines in Tomato -Sauce, 25c 2 Nice Large Mackerel. ..!!!!!! !25c Imported Swiss Cheese, Brick Cheese, New York Cream Cheese, Long Horn Cheese, Limberger Cheese. Trade With Us and Save Money. TO PEIITEllTil refused to pav the doctor bill of "Buck" Seier. who was wounded during the tisht with the lull hrpnkem hae been ordered to paj this bill bv judge Med- 1 ler xne commissioners Held tnai me !TbrthVn?,"5ffib? "ued'ge Medler declared that the depute was risking his life In the best Interests of time while he was away from his work be paid for GENERAL SCOTT IS SENT HIS INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONFERENCE (Continued from pace 1.) can and Mexican forces in the attain ment of their common object." He said he had not yet learned w here the conference nould take place. CHINESE REBELS WILL SOON MOVE UPON PEKIN San Francisco, Calif, April 26. A rebel advance on Pekin, the capital of China, has been ordered bv the Chi nese revolutionists. according to a Shanghai dispatch to the Chines Re public association here today An army of several hundred thou sand troops will begin the march upon Pekin soon, it was stated. It is be lieved that the army of the revolu tionists numbers about 300,000 equipped troops. Increase the Office Efficiency. Allow our efficiency adjuster to call and talk eKlclencj. "We will not take up much of your time and if he can snow you where he can Improve your office efficiency It will be time well spent. Commercial Office Snpply Co. A. W. McLean. JlBr- 209 Tex. St Adv. The newest Ideas Irt Ideal residence sections are shown in Austin Terrace. Motor out; it is worth the trip. Adv. Heart The Mexican Muddle. Saturday livening Post, out Thursday Adv 15 The Vest Collar is made so thin that the coat fits close to linen collar. 16 The Vest has Athletic Shoul ders. 17 Points of Vest are curved so they lay flat without curling. Special Points in Trousers 18 Safety Secret Money Pock et, closing with a button and concealed inside of trouscr on left side below waistband. 19 Watch PocKet in right waist band has tape holder for watch chain or fob. 20 A Separate Change Pocket ih right-hand trousers pocket en ables wearer to keep small change separate from other contents of pocket. 21 Pencil Pocket in right-hand hip pocket. 22 Safety Button and Button hole in left-hand hip pocket, to protect bill fold. 23 Trousers- Pockeis are shaped so that contents cannot fall out if wearer lies down. 24-Crousere Pockets are large wnd roomy, so as to conform to shape of band. 25 Loop of Braid to hold belt tongue in place. 26 Belt on Trousers. 27 Broad Tube Belt Slide at hips to give smooth wailt effect when belt is worn. 28 Belt Straps in front and back are secured in a new way so as to insure their not becom ing loose. Straps are placed so that belt is kept in position at upper edge of waistband. 29 Straight Shaped Trousers prevent bagging at knees. 30 Permanent one and one-half inch Cuffs on trovers. We Fill Mail Order Right, and Right Away VDUitsnr.L . OTHERS nfs i jfflgl Mm THREE W HE GENERAL IS HELD j Man Who Labors Under Dif ferent Aliases, Fails to Head a Revolt. , Oen. Eduardo Buquer, alias Percy Baker, alias Herman Becker, phoned the police station Tuesday evening that he Intended to start a revolution I In Mexico as eoon as he could get his bodyguard across the river. Later vi me coiiui uuquer was placed un der arrest: up to luncheon Wednesday his bodyguard had not been appre hended In am of the south town iaii tmas Buquer was an adherent of Pancilo Villa during 1914 and claims to have Joined Pancho in June. lis. He was with Villa at the battle of Aguas callentcs and tecericd a wound in one of his arms Mtme Inloroua. 5"mc Valorous. After Villa's star descended on Mex- ! ico s political horizon. Buquer disap peared, but every now and then ap peared in Bl Paso and entertained any one who would listen to him with ac counts of his valor. When the European war broke out in 1914, Buquer tried to get back to Germany, from which soil he sprang some 17 j ears ago. He was a re servist There was no chance to get back, so lie made overtures to the Carranza representatives in El Taso. A "Three In One" General. Buquer is a rapid talker and claims to have been representing the United States department of justice when nlaced Under arrest lie said while speaking as Baker that he had served under an American enlistment: but american enlistment: ie,r SAce 1?",VS. ftSJ".!? and said: "I must have teen dreaminz when I talked that way." As Buquer, the Villa general, tbe soldier of fortune was arrested; as ilaker he discussed the American de partment of Justice; and as Becker ho dismissed the whole problem of trying: to be three persons and went to sleep in his city Jail cell V Revolt That Failed. While the "three in one" was asleen Tuesday nlfeht the Morning Times 1 wrote a nice little story whloh It i printed Wednesday, asserting that ciiquer was icttuiDK ail cxpeamon OI 15 men acros the boundary line, 14 miles east of Juarez. Lien. Gavlra was supposed to have been Informed of the expedition, and, according; to the legend, sent out a detachment of sol diers to curb Buquer forces before ; they became a menace to the Amer ; lean army's rear. Buquer as Becker knows a cood deal about sursery, and Buquer as Baker Is an expert on juantas, according to authorities who save been Investigat ing his case. The War At a Glance. THERE has been a halt in the heavy Infantry fighting In the vicinity of Dead Man's hill, northwest of Verdun, but the Ger mans are vigorously employing their artillery in the region west of the Meuse. Farts reports an engagement two miles up in the air off the Belgian coast before daylight today between a French airplane and zeppelln. The airplane Is believ-ed to have dam aged the German aircraft. General military compulsion Is foreshadowed In Great Britain un less unattested men come forward In sufficient number to satisfy mili tary needs. British papers are replete with the situation In Dublin, where a revolutionary outbreak has oc curred, there being considerabl crltlcism of the Government for permitting conditions under which such a movement was possible. After conferring with ambassa dor Gerard, chancellor von Beth-mann-HoIlweg, with admiral von Holtzendorff. chief of the naval general staff, left Tuesday night for German headquarters to con sult with emperor William on the reply to the American note. I! IHG "WIND. LITTLE RAIV. A big wind and a little rain blew along soon after bedtime Tuesdav wilght The rain was only an Incidental part or the windstorm and lasted but a short time ANNOUNCEMENT SCHDLl'5 ANTERIOR METATARSAL fOR CRAMPS AND PAINS IN TOES ANDBAU OF FOOT. TOR MORTENS TOE- I An Expert Foot Specialist Will Be in Attendance at Our Store April 28th to May 1st to demonstrate Dr. Scholl's specialties for the relief and correction of all foot ailments. ADVICE FREE Chas. Rokahr 317-319 Texas St. Phone 873. WMmk 4$M Lei u Know Your w'iwM3 a frt3S:Tn 1 l m 105 U. San Antonio g(. iWsrLJHptk S? I Z ftequeremeftts &nrrT" miMSmk 3fe era. iT3 , i UPPER VALLEY MAN IS MURDERED; HSR VADO. or Center Vallev, Tf. 1L, April 26. AH Vado and people in the surrounding neighborhood are much excited over the mysterious dis appearance of Wn. Brown. Mr. Bronn was last seen Saturday morning at the station at Vado, where he came to get chicken feed, sent out from El Fas" C. H. Campbell, of El Paso, who has a ranch adjoining Mr. Brown's, came out Sunday morning expecting Mr. Brown to meet him at the station, but as he did not, he walked tothe ranch. As he approached the ranch, he no ticed that the horses and chickens seemed hungry and thirsty, which was unusual He called and as Mr. Brown did not come out, opened the door. Fall ing to find Mr. Brown, ho went to look for him through the orchards, thinking perhaps he had fallen and wa Injured, as he had been spraying the trees. N'ot finding him. he returned to the house and investigated, finding hig bed all torn up as if it had been searched. Mr. Brown's shoos and hat were there but the man and his gun were gone. The sheriff came from Las Cruces, and with neighbors, searched the prem ises thoroughly. The only clue was a yellow church taper which had been lighted hut not burned for any length of time, lying on the table, and tracks of two men walk ing close together, going toward tho river. yesterday a continued search pro- THREAT OF CONSCRIPTION la Aunm dmuke diuiaiii (Continued from pace 1 ) less success attended immediately the efforts to obtain men required by voluntary enlistment from among un attested men. The government's pro posals were publicly announced today in a long statement to the press. The government, Mr. Asqulth said, will forthwith ask parliament for compulsory power" unless at the end of lour weeks ending May 27. fifty thousand men have been secured by voluntary enlistment. The same course is proposed If any one week .ifier Mav 27. 15.000 men have not been secured by direct enlistment These i irrangeroents are to hold good until .'00,000 unattested men have been ob tained. GERMAN GUNS ATTACK THE FRENCH POSITIONS Pans, France, April 26. French po sitions on the Verdun front west of the Meuse were bombarded vigorously by the Germans Tuesday night. The at tack was centered on Avocourt wood and the first line trenches of HUI No. 301. In the Woevre there was a big pun bombardment. GRIUIA'V TROOPS TAKE FREXCn LI'E I VOSGES Berlin, Germany, April 26 German J troops northeast of Celles, in the : Voficas mountains, took the first and ! second French lines upon and opposite height N'o 532, according to the offi cial statement issued today at the Ger man army headquarters. AVSTniAX TROOPS nuoccurv GROU.ND GAIED BV ITALY. Berlin. Germany, April 36. (By wire less to Sayvllle.) Austrian troops have reoccupieu part of Col Dl Llna, cap tured recently by the Italians, the of ficial statement Issued at Vienna on April 23 says. J. THE DAY I.V CONGRESS. Senate. . Resumed debate on rural cred- .;. its bill. . Conferees on army reorganlza- tlon bill held a preliminary- : meeting. . House. Took up calendar bills. ! ' : ! ' : ! : : NOTICE, REPUBLICANS. By direction of the Republican Coun ty Executive Committee of El Paso County, Texas, a Delegated Convention to bo composed of Delegates elected by each Precinct In El Paso County, IAtrao la l,A,-aHv .11. t.-. .,... I .!. Forty-first District Court Room. In the Ctf a TM Tinmn . Alti. nfn 1. May th, MI'S, for the purpose of electing four delegates and four alter nates each to the Republican State Convention to be held In Fort Worth, Texas, May 23rd, 1916, and the District Republican Convention to be held In Sweetwater, Texas, May 13, J.916. The basis of representation In this County Convention shall be one dele gate to ev ery five votes or major frac tion thereof cast In each respective precinct for John W. Thllp, Republi can nominee for Governor in 1914, each precinct In any event being entitled to one vote. The" Precinct Chairman shall post this call for Precinct Meetings at three prominent places in the precinct giv ing notice of the time and place of such vrlmary convention. On May 9, 1916, at 10 oclock a m the County Executive Committee shall meet 1b Room 813. Mills Building, In th city of El Paso, Texas, and canvass return from their precinct conven tions, hear contests If arty, and prepare . the temporary Toll of the County Con vention. The precinct Primaries must be held between the hours of JO a. tn. and S p. m , and the calls issued by the Pre- clnct Chairman must state deflnitelv the place and hour, or between what hours, the Primary Conventions are to I be held The Texas Election Law. I provide that no person may partici pate In precinct, county, district or state conventions who Is not a quail- fied voter No one but Republican electors and others who believe In the principles of the Republican Part), and endorse its principles, and will sup port Its nominees in good faith, are j entitled to participate in the Precinct Primaries. P A. Haszard. Temporary Chairman Republican County Central Committee Attest. W. H Case. Temporary Secretai y Republican County Central Committee. Republicans see the precinct chair man In the precinct in which you live and learn the hour and place of hold ing the precinct primary on May 6th. Telephone 1S03 for the name of the precinct chairman. (Political Advertisement ) Mexican rents a specialty. Adv. Large Stock Low Prices Prompt Delivery. Santa Fe Fuel Co. IflBPPKITlllT duced barefoot tracks on the river bank and some blood spots. . The fact that Mr. Brown's shoes Baa been left in his room leads to tho be lief that the barefoot tracks were those of Mr Urown, that he had been tKe" from his home barefooted and had been killed and his body thrown into tne river . , . ... The search IsTjelna; continued In tne hope of unraveling the mvstery Air Brown was well krwn in tnis part of the valley, having come nere from Kansas ome 25 veare aso He hai a brother Ted In York, Ens land, and one in Australia, but no rela tives in America. Mr. Brown was born m Hull. Knaland, but had Uvea i" " United States 50 jears T ..(1A n ...Inr. fnr hlS OWU ranch. Mr Brown was the caretaker for the ranch owned by C H. Campbell, oi El Taso. which was near his own wnu. Mi. Brown h.id written Mr Campbell to come to the ranch Sunday to see about preparinu the mixture for spraying tne fruit trees on his land. Mrs. Campbell Joined Mr. Campbell at the ranch Mon day to help In the search. Mr. Brown had been a former business partner or her father's and they were friends oi long standing. .,. Mr Brown would have been 0 years of aire on April 24, but in appearance he did not look over SO He was a man of small stature, with dark brown hair and a full, rather unkempt beard, of reddish color. He had lost all of his upper front teeth. He was usually dressed In khaki trousers and a flannel shirt of the same color. IRISH IN U. S. ASSERT 10,000 MEN ARE IN REVOLT Continued from pare ! neighboring Irish counties, it was as serted. The reports had It that John Mac Nelll, leader of the Irish volunteers and editor of their official organ, the Irish Volunteer had been shot, but whether In the fighting or after ar rest had not been learned. surrouTiins of iiuii REBELS THREATEN ENVO Washington, P. C, April 26. The British ambassador, 'Sir Cecil Spring Ulce, today received and referred to the state department an anonymous, threatening" communication declaring that any treatment of Sir Roger Case ment other than that due a prisoner of war of highest rank, would be a sentence of death against "him and other English servants In this country." vuKtln Terrace shows real foresight Motor out and see You will be Inter ested in new residence section. Adv, A Perfect Meal Perfect.Refrigeration Flavory goodness of food through perfect refrigeration, ice and food economy. These are cvery-day results of an X-ASKj a mKUum The refricerator that wlvrH the problems of insulation, gj sanitary opal glass and por celain and white enamel linings, durability, conven ience. Time can not dimin ish its usefulness. Alaskas bought a quarter-century ago are still economically serv iceable. Atk. ut to explain tht many exclusive Alaska fcatmxs. Atk soon. Sheers Lazenhy Co. I H l?1 MILLS AND STANTON . 20-Aenr rrrntise When Bat n 1 ear Old. gjjT.fPPr7Tgwovffgg?;gns v-H?-r.TC-Wia.reyji. ELL-AM S Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists Ice Cream Soda, I SHERBETS i Pacific Ocean Confectionery 400 N. Oregon St. HOME AUTO SERVICE O. TOM 33IITH, SIBr. Phone 2379 All net?, five end seven. passenjrer ;ara $1.50 and 2.00 per nour rfo Fords. Day or Nlcht. 333 Uesa Ave. Kc -fr - -r-ssssaT" Phone J&kzJL fil W WMz-Jfl' SP VF. VOO oe o i wMMamwm& AUTO SERVICE 7-rnaacnger Cam, $2.00 per Tiiiur, v TEL. 7833. 118 W. Overland, Only Three More Days iyirs. Evans' Cooking School at the Standard Grocery Co. comes to a close Saturdav. Don't miss any of the remaining ' sessions which are held in the afternoon from 2:00 till 4:00. Menu For Thursday Majesik Baked Ham. Vwemia Sue r-I.L r- i rr citii s Kirapc juice Summer Puddmps and Desserts Salads Fireless Cooker Demonstration AT Standard Casfi YOU Pay Cash and Pay Less For the Freshest and Finest (iroceries rruits. Vegetables ami 5Ieat to be found in any store in El Faeo. We buv in immense quantities to supply our five stores Therefore we buy for less than others, which enables us to sell for less than others. Thursday and Friday Specials Chase and Sanborn's Famous 35c Crusade Blend Coffee, on sale for '8c Chase and Sanborn's Famous 35c Can Orange Pekoe Tea, on sale for '8: Dr. Price's Pure Vanilla Extiact -35c Bottle on sale for 28c Royal Baking Powder 40c Can on sale for ' 30e Gold Leaf Brand Catsup 25cBottIe on sale for 17c 10c Cans Griffon Tomato Sauce on sale for 7c 15c Cans New York State Ulikit Brand Wax Beans (very fine), on sale for ..:... .10c 2 large round airtight packages Xutro Oats for 15c 3 large round airtight packags Gold Medal Com Flakes for... 25c Cream of Rice, -very fine, pkg.15c Puffed Wheat, per pKg 12c Shredded Wheat Biscuit, per . pkg 12F Bread Full Size 5c Loaves for 3c Maricopa Butter, per pouud 36c Reecived Daily by Express. Fresh Farm Eggs, per dozen 30c Standard Cash Markets OFFER FOR . Thursday and Friday Select Shoulder of Besf, per lb vT.14c Select Boiling Beef, per lb 12c Select Prime Rib Roasts, per lb 18'2C Select Mutton Stew, per lb 12 c U. S. Inspected Meats in All Our Markets. Standard Cash Stores Orders Amounting to $2 or Over Delivered Free Something of that much admired human quality known as versatility is found in all -Gm&fam MIUUIX? "" It matters little what the musical occaMon may be ; in the critical atmosphere of tht formal musicale or tne joyous auanaon of the Impromptu dance, the Chicker ing is equally at home, equally be depended upon tor a sym pathetic response. Jenkins Piano Co. The Big Piano House 211-213 Texas St. rgg -j d&5BM& ml 3 7jt' 1 THE 3 lbs. Ffcney Ltesa-JBoinB for. .25c 3 lbs. Fancy Black Eyed Peas lor 25c 3 lbs. Fancy. Sink Beans for. 25c 3 lbs. Fauejr tJarabwraaa for 25c 2 lbs. Fancy Zvaporated Apples for .- '. 25c 5 lba na '&...$. Bulk -BalWintpc H.Jp. . -25c 10c 10c- Cajs-Cutting Jams; 3 1&L lh.. 25c to CHUBE OIL CO&PRESSOR AUTOMATIC REGULATION Fuel expense less than cost engineet to operate steam plant All size in stock. tiPx&Js&'sir. ew tiW Wmmm ' MMm Stores ,4HP' MBsSfUmtxKvm ?& 4bim- v.v-;r--MMi-M-a-VHii'i"h. .-4A-ir . mw Phones 505 and 50t, ?T v 204 and 206 E. Overland St. Z -sb, Tel 58G, n. DON A CARPEJSTfiR & CO. EL PASO, TEX.