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EL PASO HERALD
UN FLEES II m SUES LIFE Gets Horse to Crippled Hus band, Then Escapes From Mexican Bandits. IIV t. 31. IIHAASOY. Mpnie Texas, May 8. Mrs. TV. K. 1 : 1 1 h, the only American woman who i us present at the Mexican raid ou ' Irn hprlngs Friday night, told he; lory of the frightful experience to a filcnd Mho im t her on arrival in Maratbon 8undj. Mrs Klllb. a well l'-cd and attractive oung woman, is frustrated at the hotel in Marathon, but ehe has authorized h r friend to vouch for these details of her stor Mr and Mrs Kills were In their house, a newlv lnillt bungalow at '.len springs, noiir whl'h placv Mr. 1.111s manages a wa fartorv Orope in the Bark. A hen the raH. rs appeared the were awakened about 11 oclock b the firing, and. not daring to make a light, they groped around for their clothes. and forturatelv, found serxiceahle -.nments. The slipped out the hark loor and gained the shelter of the low. misbv growth of a hillside, about three ouarters of a mile from the scene of the fight. Thev hid in a canon until morning, and aw about 200 of the nlder many of whom wore masks, ndc off toward the itver, ten miles I'lftv men Btaved to pack up all the Fupplieu they had seised from the sol llers' commissary and the small store Kept by Mr. Ellis lor bis factory h.mds. Hide Out All IMchr. "Wr. and Mrs Ellis stajed in hiding rntll the last of the bandits had left, then they cautiously left their retreat and walked three miles to Cantrelles ranch. Mr. Ellis is slightly lame, o lus wife was able to walk faster and arrived at the ranch first She boi -rowed a burro and rode it five miles further to the John nice ranch. From i licit she sent hack a horse to Mr. Kills, who rode all day, warning near b ranchmen. late in the afternoon lie and Mrs Ellis rode back to their iiousc and found that IT had been broken into. All Clothlnc Tnken. All Mr Elite's clothes had been tiken and, to Mrs Ellis's distress, the bandits had selected her newest and prettiest garments for their booty. Mi" and Mr. Ellis got out tbeir car iml about' ft oclock they started for Marathon They were afraid to use ihir lights and drove bv the moon light part of the hundred miles fter a most nerve wracking drive, they reached Marathon at two in the morning with the first news of tho raid. Morphine "Necessary. "Mrs Ellis was ho overwrought that "1 , was put under the influence of i itc- to calm her lmmedlatelv after GET IT AT McMICKLE'S. Where Cash Does Double Duty Wholesome Bread, Loaf 3c ;ilf:AR ( 'u,", '-very Order of T. Crnrrrlrs 1cll g. nn dUUAIl V urn Cive mot Incilldiug Sugar) J 15 Lbl. al.UO APRICOTS (Dried) Tuesday only Lb 10c1 ICE CREAM (Velvet) 2 Cone, 5c; Pint, 15; Quart.... 30p McMICKLE MAKES THE PRICE TUESDAY GROCERY SPECIALS. 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Wl" bev. olutel7 afe If sent by ma to soggMtlon. nla, occasion to thank us for this Write to-day, and ask for our New Booklet El Paso Bank and Trust Company m Guaranty Fnnd Bank til Vmo, Tex. STATE NATIONAL BANfC HeUMlshed April. 1881 Capital, Surplus and Profit. 1200 000 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS S.K- MORBHKAD. President JOBHPII MAOOFFIN, Vice Pres. 1 J. GILCHRIST, Asst private baSrF0 EXCHANGE SYSTEM PRIVATE BANKERS UNINCORPORATED -m o v. D, c MKncan oneyBoj.ht and Sold " "av "ccl O Box tAID STARTED TflDOPS LEAVE Ml. 11 Mil HI.S.lE?FITFiFliTHElIIUS Gen. Gavira Says Boquillaa Raid Work of American Interventionists. "There were no Vllllstas ill the raid at Boquillas Saturday and the whole movement is the work of Intervention ists on the American side, and the movement originated on the American side." Gen Uabrial Gavira declared Monday morning when asked for his opinion regarding the identity of the raiders in the "Big Bend' country. ' We have no information that the raid was made by Villistas and I do not think that any Villa commands had anything to do with it," he continued. "It was started, I believe, by the men seeking intervention and was done to bring about trouble between the two countries " "Not In Juarez Illstrict. Gen Gavira said his district extended only as far as Ojinaga and that the country opposite Boquillas was a part of the Coahuila command. The Juarex general stated that he did not know what disposition had been made of the troops below Ojinaga, as lie received no reports from that district Gen. Gavira also denied the report that an effort had been made to blow up Gen Obregon's car Frldaj night. 3Ia Have lirrn 1 IllUtni.. It was stated Sunday night by a high 'arranxa. official that It was thought the raid had been committed bv Viilista troops who had marched from the vicinity of Santa Rosalia, which is a hotbed of Villistas, to the border opposite Boquillas and it was believed that Kosalio Hernandez, a former Viilista? general, had been in command of the troops tn It Cnnuto Iteyrs? A Mexican woman who Is visiting on tho Mexican side of the river in the Big Bend district wrote to her son in El I'aso several da; 8 ago stating that Canuto Reyes, the Viilista who has been operating around Torreon, was expected in the Big Bend country soon with his forces It Is not be lieved that the raid was led by Rejes as he was seen in the Lagun,. district less than one week ago she had told the storv of her courage ous exploit Mrs. Ellis was Miss Drlssilla Haines, of Memphis, Tenn. Mr Ellis is from West Point, Miss They have been in this part of Texas for years and Mr Ellis has developed a process of mak ing was from the candellia plant They suppose that only the kindneBS with whicii they have treated their workmen saved their lives. Each Irf fttier, 3 heads Sc Mr rns Urans, lb 10c t'uennilters, 2 for 05c irn naKefi. pa 25c Shredded Wlirat, 5 pa "Je I'lnk ran, 344 lbs Sic Jelly. AMtd, jfmort. 3 for . ,. 5e (irape Fruit, 3 for ."35e Bananas, dox .. . .is BUTTER Hasayampa Lb. 34- Mutton Chops. lb .. Mutton Leg;, lb 1 eal Chops, lb Irol Loin, lb Mired Mvrr. S 11m . FreMi lintlnH, Z setn Ilamburcrr Mrak. lb Helner nnt, 11. 17Ve 17 Vie ...XOc 2Sc . 25c ...SSc ISc Koloffnu, lb. . .Jc Special 10 to 50 Percent -Smlnii SJZ- BASBETT. Vice President OBO. D. FLORr. Cashier. Cashier. 1029. Telephone 1371. H -.-a--r! A'SUV'- I AQk I COMPOUND i I 70 INTEREST I 1 I h' I ! 1 Troop Train Carries Troops A and B to Marathon Base Sunday Night. llplnc. Tenia, May 8. Troog V nnit II, i:l(.-Iitli cavalry, under romninnd of MnJ. i. T. I.anghomr, from lt. Illls, renched Mnriilhini today nnd Immediately siarlrd (.out invent to len Springs over the truck, roads. The troops of cav alry from Vt. t'lnrk had not renched Marathon up to noon to ds j. Thej will follow MnJ Lanc- horne's inrn, l On a special train to which was at tached horse cars, flat cars for wagon train and other baggage, troops A and 11, of the Eighth cavalry, left Fort j mias at six oclock Sunday night for j Marathon, Texas, to take the field In , pursuit of the Mexicans who raided Glen Springs and Boquillas, The troops were in command or Maj George T. Langhorne, of the Eighth cavalry and the troops took with them uvarvlhlni? tiPfutnH ffif tliA ful.l I eluding a water wagon to carry water for the cavalry troops, indicating that they would go at once from the l,as at Marathon with the intention of op erating over the desert countr where water is aca?cc. Col. Taylor Sees Them Offj Col. Charles Tl' Tavlor was at the Fort Bliss elding to see his s troops I of th leave as were practicall officers and families at the fort The troop train passed through the city in oraer 10 ewiicn ij me i. ji & fc A. line and left tor the east at dark The troop train attracted much at tention as It passed through the city and many cheered the cavalrymen as they poked their heads out of the car windows and veiled with delight that they were through being ' hom guards' and were going into the field. STIIIIBE TD ED DISTRICTS Signal Corps Takes Field; Sibley to Lead Column Pursuing Mexicans. ban Antonio, Texas. Mav 8 A sec tion of company II, signal corps, will leav e Fort Sam Houston today for Mar athon to establish a telegraph line form that point to Glen Springs, the scene of the latest Mexican border bandit raid The distance is about SO miles .,, . , Capt. Herbert U Ev ans Is In command of the section, which will bo ru-died to Marathon by a special train over the Southern Pjcifii. The section will tarry Its own transportation, nuiles and wagons. Thcie will be no d-lav to stringing the wire The belief prevails in mHitarv circles here that Col. Frederick Siblej's com mand will cross the nio Grande at Bo quillas and make a determined effort to cappture the raiders This belief is strengthened by Gen Funiton's action in ordering signal corps troops to es tablish a line of communication south from Marathon at the earliest possslble moment. Army officers here are hopeful that wfffserVe to ttothenress- oo'pyMr- me vjien springs axzatr arouse the war deoartmen ing need of additional trnona der duty. Gen Funston asked for more iroops at me time he was forced to take 2300 men from the border to strengthen Gen Pershing's armv Ii Mexico, but the request was not granted CERVANTES LED THE ATTACK, SAYS REPORT TO GEN. BELL Col Cervantes, who, in the opinion of manj, directed the bandit raid upon Columbus, according to word received bj Gen. George Bell. Jr. from private sources, also engineered the bandit at tack upon Boquillas and Glen Springs. Cervantes, one of Villa's bandit lead ers, had a command of men who were oaoiy wnippea uy uoi George A Dodd at Temochlc. In the Sierra Madres in western Chihuahua, on April 23 He fled with many of his men. and, according to army reports, went in an easterlj di rection. Since that event the move ments of tho bandit colonl and hia troops hare been obscure and It Is be lieved he had ample time to make the cross country ride to the border From the Mexican side comes a story which Andres Garcia, the Mexican con sul in Bl Paso, gives some credence it I. Oin. ,1.a .. -.1.1 . . fc , ., mot ...a BiuKiviaK nartv mav h,u. i n? -X?. l !2J" li Hrnnde. another I of ilia s chief aides. 1 Sue SB .40c (g J , i 1 yifesn iney And they have a charming new flavour delicious, different, the true essence of the corn not found in corn flakes heretofore. The intense heat of the new process of manufac ture raises tiny buhbles on each delicious In-own flake and these little puffs are the identifying feature. " These new flakes are firmer, crisper, and don't crumble in the package in comparison, ordinary corn flakes are as "chaff." Your grocer can send you a package qf a Day of Excite and Conflicting ment Keports on the Raid. bunda was a da of excitement for hi Paso Various Conflicting messages ai rived throughout the day detailing the raid of Mexicans on Texas settle- meats and It was wun omicuuy that the facts were ifted out. Even Can. runaton was puzziea most, oi me das over the details of the raid. Out of tho conflicting early reports, however, later messages brought dependable de tails The Details. One of these messages was from Marathon to J B W ood, of 3030 Grant avenue, who is In charge of shipping and transportation for the Interna- tional Mining company, miners of zinc pioperty, seven miles from Boquillas, over the line In Mexico A son of Mr. Wood. Champ B. Mood. a bo Jl years of age. was a Deemer's When the rata toon piace anu ne sent lij word to Maravnon mat ne nad es caped to Noria ranch, three or four miles inland from Deemer's Mr ood is very uneasy about the six Americans working for the mine in Mexico The foreman of the mine is Clark V Halter, who has a family In Mexico There are six Americans at this mine These are Carl P. Halter, inn- erintendeirt of the mines, W. T. Butler, who has charge of the tramway over 'the ri.er It R. Hasbrcuck. the as- I saver a truck driver named Pierce and two otners in auaiuon to inese. v. I. Stone is a L. S customs Inspector stationed at the iioint where the tram- way touches the American side. F. C. Morehouse, of El Paso, is president of the International Mining company and A J. McQuatters. also of El Paso. Is v ice president. The headquarters of the compan) are in the Aims building. HanditH Crossed s,rar Terllngun. The report stated that the raiders cussed the Ttio Grande at a point south of Terlingua, Texas, where there is a guard of about 30 American sol- titers and then ra&'.e their way north eastward Dy an oia wagon road to (ilen Springs, where they attacked the American troopers iriday night at oclock. McKlnney springs Is near Glen ngs and it was first reported that mnev sDrincs had also been looted but this Is not the case, From Glen Springs the bandits went east around a mountain to the Ellis and ood wax plant, where they burned the buildings after looting them. A ten vear old son of O. G Compton, at the plant, was killed and Mr. Compton is reported to have been carried away. Capt. Wood, one of the owners of the plant, is a veteran of the Philippines campaign and served under Gen Funs ton in the campaign against Aguinaldo I and the Filipinos. Capt Wood and his partner, juiils, were both in .viaratnon j on Friday when Mr. Wood left for El I,a??, for medical attention . I fter raiding Glenn Springs, the , Mexicans appeared at Deemer's store. a small settlement ii miles from Glenn feprlngs, and took Deemer, the owner o." the store, and shot him, and pro ceeded toward a mine neai the line Knlded Ileemer's .Sntunlny Morning. ine laiuers appeared at ueemers Sunday r, , !?::. j;'.JSoa .,-.",- xr minV -; the telegram received by tho mining man. An earlier message, timed at 3 40 Sunday morning, rrom the same1 source, Mated that raiders at Bo (iuillas had taken TVmier and had started for a mine with him The man who sent the message stated in this telegram that the automobile belong I...":'..'.'"""-" .""."". "-"'. " ing to the mining company, which he represented, had broker, down while "? chauffeur had I been attempting to set awa from the raWers, ut that !he had d d , k, , cape. The chauffeur" was voune AN ood. Iloquillas 03 Mile from .Marathon. Boquillas Is 92 miles south of Mara thon n and the International Mining .paiiv operates a string of wagons 1 company nnth In tV, t rwiint for It,. o,o. f, its mines, which are seven miles in the interior of Mexico from Boquillas. The ores from the mines are hauled hv mntnr tmiflrn frnm Ihf mt. tn u tramway which is 6 1-2 miles "long" I and brought by this tramway across tne river to the Texas side, where the wagons get the ore and nam them Into I MarathoS for shinment hv rail the river to the Texas side, where the waznnR cet the nrn nnd nanf them Into Marathon for shipment by rail 1 ' Mr Butler had Just been taken down t3 the mine to act as superintendent of the tramway, according to Mr. Wood Champ Wood had taken him down and was at Deemer's store on his wav back to Marathon when the raid took place. PRESIDENT OF BOQUILLAS MINE IS HURRYING HERE F. C. Morehouse, president and gen eral manager of the International Min ing company, will arrive in Kl Faso to night and leave at once for the mines at Boquillas Mr. and Mrs. Morehousi 1 were in St. Louis on business and left I lir mediately upon recipt- of a (tie at Marathon, giving an aocount of the n,d at Glen 's.ng? and Boquillas litlike euinniuu corn flakes, tho New Post Toasties don't mush down when milk or cream is added. Toa s INDIANS FIGHT ! LI HERD BID JFersmng Army Guides Arsu Charge Into Bandits at Ojos Azules. III ir. . III. VKI'.M.LK. Associated I'ress Correspondence. Field Headquarters, Near Xamiquipe, 'chihuahua. Mex.. May 7 (By wireless i, to Columbus. N. M. May S ) Twenu , 'war mad' Apachi Indian trailers took a prominent part in the recent battle at Ojos Azules. accord ins to reports brought here toda b" officers The engagement is the first in which the Indians brought here recently from the White Mountain reservation of Arizona, have participated Shrieking shrill, weird war whoops, the trailers rode at the head of the charging troopers of the 11th cavalry 'as thev swept through the town They (demonstrated their marksmanship wuu sK 8hooterS- killing a goodly number f the 55 Mexican victims I Tn ,i,fea t of the Mexicans was romn,.,. -t ,. ,,nl. i ,he engagement did thej attempt to make a stand Arms m imitrm,.tirg anil ClOUim. were discarded in the precipitate flight, and bolting ahead of the 200 Mexn ana were their leaders. Gen Crus liomiu- i The American cavalrv men pursued I them into the mountains surrounding the town, fighting a two hour tunning fight in which our troops used thelr pistols almost exclusivelv ano nunitu I the Mexicans much as the would ani mals ,, Two Can ansa soldiers, from the small garrison at Cuiceche, arriving at me American camp at San Antonio on last Thursday evening, gave Uen J J ' Pershing, the expeditionary commander, the first intimation of the presenct of I th ViilistuM at Olos Azules. Gen. Persh- inir ImmedinteK ordered Maj Itobt Howze, with six picked troops of cav alry, south in pursut Poor guides, however delajed the column's arrival at OJes zules until daylight, enabling a Viilista sentrj to discover their approach, and give the alarm III t.KII. II. ct.KMiivr. Advance Base Punitive Expedition, tinted States Armj, near San Antonio, Chihuahua, Mexico, May 7 (By radio to Columbus. N. M . Ma 8.) The fight i . j ..i ... ,.it rni iinn-zp ,, . ,., ,-, Kh-.venth cavalry scored such a decided victory over aDout 200 Villistas was one of the I , ,., Bpnin,Mii.Tr imttles of the cam- i -i i, aB the firt battle on the I American continent in many jears in which the war whoops of the Apaches j were heard Scouts returning from thf I scene todaj brought more extended reports of the action of the Apaches, v ho disolaved great valor and ren dered particularly valuable service following the bandits when the latter were driven from the little town of ojos Amies after one of the most spirited charges made bv American cavalry nnd in which the Villistas were s, close that the Americans were forced to resort to their pistols, the range being too short for effective use of rifles At 5 t in the afternoon of May 4. some t'arranxa troops arrived at San Antonio with a stor: that S00 Villistas had attacked Ojos Asules. a town of hank of the Rio San 1'edro. driving oil j the Carrancistas to Guaconche, whence the came to the .vmeitcan rainti. Col. Howze learned from scouts that the Villistas were still nt Ojos Asules carousing and celebrating Cinco de Mayo in advance He resolved to sur uriso them Guides were secured after several hours dela and a 20 mile , g Sa ,n ,,, v.as'" &&. marcn iras iniue over ivusu .,u.iw,j the forces reached the tnosts and charged them Col. Howie had sent men to surround the town and at a signal they charged frcm three side The Viilista-, '"tu" ar" ."?? j,any America. ' Put, ??!.?. ""5; "fi1..1- ....."..l: !!. ?. . """ '"'" "" -""" -. not a man received so much as a scratch. When the order to charge was given the Apaches, who had been hard to hold in check, were rfiven free rein h'd ,iL,SSfcuW?hid tS thT fret." 1 S;'', J" 'l.'wnleh X """.""., n,i. hVmi nf amnti m'.mbti,,f HL hi ,.5 Peronlm? In u"d wIien they hunted Geronlmo In , fconora SO years ago i The Villistas were half dressed and many were without -rms None were mounted when the attai k began, as no attempt seemed to have been made to rally them. Jt Is believed tne leaaers uwcriro at the first alarm. leaving their men to get out the best they could Col Howze's men followed the panic stricken, fleeing bandits as the latter tried to make their way to the hills whicii surrounded the little pueblo on three sides and kept up a running fight for two hours till the bandits were dispersed to such an extent as n airA .,!.,- atfnri tn follow im nnltl As told in iormer utspaicnvs vj ueau wore nicked un alter tne name n horses, rifles and nistols and mucn ammunition were raptured and a num ber of prisoners were taken RANGERS ARE SENT TO SCENE OF RAID Austin. Texas, Jlav S After having been advised today of the raid made lv Mexican bandits at Glen Springs and Boquillas, Brewster county. Gov. Ferguson Immediately ordered a de tainment of state rangers now sta tioned at llarfa. to proceed to the scene of the raid, and make a full investigation and report to the gov- I ernor. uov. rerguson saia ms iuiure auivn H the premises would be based on the report of the rangers Capt Monroe Fox's company of rangers is stationed at llarfa in the Big Bend countrj. Naturalized Americans, Once Europe's Soldiers, Form American Legion New ork. May S. Four libndrril naturalized citizens, nianv of whom arc fnrmpr soldiers of the entente allien ht the Teutonic power, enlisted here Sun uay as uieutu ui im: -nuiertcilll 4AIVU1 Legion won after' a recruiting station was opened in tins citj. It is expected 5000 will soon be enroled. Each man took the oath of allcinanci. The men t-hook hands under the Stars and Stripes to work together in the interest ot the Lnited States. LOS ANGELES TO HAVE FOSSIL BEDS AS A PARK FOR CITY Los Angeles, Calif. Mav 8 Rv n, action of O Allan Hamock. a capi talist, this city will have foi a park the most famous fossil beds In i.i,- j world I Hancock made ,i uift of 3 acres of j la. Brea ram h. the section in which excavations have ben made for the past three vear. id the tountv pr , I vldcd the land bt improved and a m i J vum established This will be agi ; to by the supervlorr ' The Jji Urea beds have prodll 1 I ihousHnds vi i.orurt tkelnuiia of bin I mil uiiniul ih.it have uill ibiieil lii . --rttion im tin pnvi i.n hii,i Va,, , in I e n i .1 is t' hi n Un bun, , , I lie. n iiluiri .ii tin hii, .i, pi, an !, ,,, hiil -. ( ri. l . i. i, ,) , , j YOUR SUMMER NEEDS WILL BE BEST SUPPLIED AT i There is no further doubt about it hot weather is here. It is time you made every preparation for summer comforts in the line of furniture. Rogers' big new store is prepared to meet every lummer furniture de mand and prices are quite as attractive as the stock. 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