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londav. Sept. 22, 1919.
EL PASO HERALD BANDIT LEADER SLAIN. REPORT Epifanio Holguin is Silled Near Sabinal; Stories of Death Conflict. Reports reaching Mexican military officials Srrnday morning, were to the effect that Epifaaio Holguin, former Villista bandit, and two of his sol diers Tcre killed by federal troops Friday night near Sabinal Chihuahua. Tiro alleged members of his band ere captured an'l iray be brought to Juarez. Carranza Men Said To Oppose Intervention Three Men Are Believed to Be on Mexican Committee. Xogales, Ariz., Sept St. Teodoro Frezleres. who was here a few days ago with his wife, la said to be one of the three man who president Car ranza is sending to Washington, D. C , to open tip a nation wide campaign in the United States against interven tion. It is also understood that the men are to be under the general in- Kolguin was with Villa in the at- stroctfons of Charlie Douglas, a Car- Taclf upon Juarez, June 14. Boon after, however be is reported to have de ported Villa, following recelnt of a reprimand from the bandit leader for alleged confusion of his orders during- the attack. He soon petitioned . eatrai auu'ornicR at Juarez tor am nFty and after a time this was grant A rider was dispatched to inform r.ni of hi. pardon and this man later rf rimed, saying Holguin would come to Juarez. li- fa'i'-'J to appear, however, and after h had robbed beveral mines. ;-n Francisco Gonzalez, commander cf The Juarez garrison, sent five men, disguised as miners, to capture him. " dlsjovered th ruse, however, and -1 hfn the federal men approached, i red upon them, wounding one andj -capinjz. cavalry band then was; --nt in pursuit of , m and It was1 ti.pe tiops which killed him. It was -.nnounced In a messave 4-e- -ied frr.m Parral today that the -."tails of Hoi pain's death were raa ' anally different, from the report a ven out by Mexican govenuaant ffiriala here Sunday. Holguin was - ot and billed by one of his own - named Ramirez instead of byj avwiuiug i-u inns nirs- a-e Holgin nlanned to dynamite '"" Mexico North Western passenger lain nar San Bias station and had lie dnamite bomb and electrio de-t- rat.rsr battery connected with It rcauy for the explosion. Ramirez ob wted to this and the quarrel which '-esu-ted in Hclgruin's death followed, be message st-ed. Two of Holguin's ci-n were also killed in the fight md two others taken to Barrcal and ''"'i Tfd fo the station agent there ' 1 Rarrirz otleeLr J. A. ncKett, Residence Ph. 60. omitted from July directory. "BAYER CROSS" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN ranza government attorney In this country. Others of this committee are said to be George F. Weeks, ed itor ef the Rerlsta Mexicans (Mexi can Review) in Mexico City bnt for merly published in New York, and Robert Murray, who has been the. correspondent in Mexico City for some New York paper. It is said that Fresleres was at one time Mexican consul at San Antonio, Texas, lie and his wife were on their way to Wash, ington and it ie said here that Weeks and Murray had already started for that city. THINKS MEXICANS LYNCHED AT PUEBLO WERE WRONG MEN Dnver, Colo.. Sept. SI. Convic tion that in lynching Santos Ortez on September it. a Pueblo mob "got the wrong man," was expressed fcere Saturday by A. J. Ortiz. Mexl- ..n Mincnl tnr- fAlnradn. WVftminZ. ;Md Utah, who returned Friday night from pueblo, where ne nas Deen man int an investigation of the MlHdS of Ortez and Jose Gonzales. Mexican citizens, charged, with the murder of patrolman Jeff Evans. we nave strong evjoenctj inai Ortez was Innocent of the murder of Kvans," said consul Ortiz. "This evi dence we will present when the in' auest is resumed on September's). "Furthermore. I believe that Jose Gonzales was likewise innocent, though the e- idence I have-on this phase of the matter is not so strong as that relating to Ortez." Consul Ortiz announced that he was prepa.lng ; detailed report of hi3 iavesttration to Ignaclo uoniuai, Mexican ambassador at Washington. Knickerbocker Blisters Juries Jn Murder Case He Flays "Weak Kneed" Jurors; Pleads for Re spect for Law. Rapid Fire Shots From Knickerbocker's Sermon CtTODAY the lack of respect for 1 the law Is the greatest pall that has hung over this conn try stacc 7e ttoix our independence from Great Britain.9 AVc need men with more uuar teraanred oak and lean mortar and plaster in their makeup "If someone -would stab me In the back tonight a Jury would turn him )ooe next week If they kept up the rate they have been going. Ive never been neutral atace IV been preaching and I'm al ways ready to say what aide I'm on."t "If we killed everybody that has misrepresented oil stock we would Jiavc to make some new graveyards. bt the Bayer Tablets ot Aspirin to gemmae must be marked with safety "Bayer Cross." Always bay an unbroken Bayer package which con tains proper directions to safely re lieve Headache. Toothache. Earache. Neuralgia. Colds and pain. Handy tin bnxes of is tablets cost but & few certs at drue stores larger packages also. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaoetlcaci dester of SalK-ylicaeld. T READY FOR "FLU Keep Yost Liver Active, Your Sys tem rurified and Free From Colds by Taking Calotabs, tie Nauscalett Calomel Tablets, Hat Are De Ugfeifnl, Safe and Sore. Physicians and Druggists are advis ing their friends to keep their sys-t- ns purified and their organs in per- against the return of influenza. TheyH kt .jw mat a ciogged up system ana a j j.rr liver ta&'or colds, influenza and bfiom complications To cut short a cold overnight and to prent serious complications take t aiotio at uratune wita a swallow ir v.ater that s all. No salts, no nausea, no griping, no sickenelng i'e" pfifcts Aext morning your cold i as -vanished, your Uer is active, your is purified and refreshed and nu are feelme fine with a hearty rr t.te for breakfast. Kat what you i ru dangT. a.ntjhs are sold only in orurtnal fea packages, price thirty-five r'- ery drugjeift is authorized to f jpd - o'Jr n.oney If you are not per- ifc U 'ghted ith Caintabe Adv. ACCESSORIES Of every known load for the zutoist is our latest provision for the convenience of the motoring p-wic. Free Road Service. On Accessories at wen as on tires. KELLY'S RgQ the farthest tnat means economy. Come Save Money. OPEN EVENINGS Perry-Bannell Tire Co. C. F. RUSSELL, Mgr. Stanton at Mills opp. New Postof nee Phone H BANDITS DYNAMITE TRAIN; CLAIM PASSENGERS BURNED Reports continue to reach Juarez of th-dvnamiting of a train between Do -lfcntro and Canitas, September IS. and word received Sunday was to the ef fect that several were burned to -death when the train was attacked by bandits. It is said that the train was at tacked by bandits who outnumbered i'ue military guard. The train crew, however, assisted the soldiers, and put up such a hot fight that .several bandits were killed before the defend ers were forced to retreat. When the bandits did reach the train they were lneenMd at the resistance and imme diately robbed the passengers and set fire to the cars. The passengerj pro tester ana were ariven into tae nurn inz cars, it is said. A rebel named Cardenas was Jn charge cf the bandits who perpetrated tae outrage. FELIX DIAZ SAYS HE IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ANGELES Gen. Felix Diaz, a rebel leader op erating in southern Mexico, has $s- sued a manifesto against Felipe An geles, denying any alliance between. the two. a cording" to Juarez oinciais. The manifesto states that Diaz does not recognize Angeies as an any ana denies a purported statement of An geles that Diaz was his subordinate. It farther states that Diaz is operat ing independently of any other bandit forces in Mexico. Carraneistas declare that this action precludes the possi bility of any union between the ban dits and renders a. successful revolt impossible... tv cTiTT civ Tr TTT.7i l cwhnt TmnrirdH of nersons havlne tu- , Commercial reports of G. R. Will- nbercnlos4s have gone to Alpine and sen. American consul at xatamores ipiany are now in oesuinte cooaiuon. in the state of Tamaulloas. Ilex. show that the corn yield in thai dis trict was low, averaging only about ten bushels to the acre. The low yield is attributed to heavy rains and floods in the Rio Grande valley. Approximately 15429 bushels of corn were expdrted from the district to the United States. GBX. CARD OVA RELIEVES PHCXEDA IN OJ1XAGA DISTRICT. Gen. Ysldro Cardona is being sent to the Ojinaga garrison to relieve Gen. Antonio Pruafda. the com mander, according to telegraphic ad vice received here Monday morning. Gen. Pruned recently asked that he be transferred tot he Chihuahua gar rison for the benefit of his health. The request was granted and Car dona has been named his successor. WA2CT BULI FIGnTIXG IN 3IBXICO Mexico Citv newsBaners received Sunday indicate that strong effort is be ins: made to reinstate bull fightlnc in Mexico. The sport has been under ban for une time and it Is planned to submit a petition with 10,006 sign ers, to the Mexican congress in an enort to have tne sport legalized. NEEDING WATER METERS. Mexico City needs 600 water me ters. American consul EL A. Dow has received information to the effect that an engineer in the Mexican city is seeking the meters, and states that information may be obtained from the bureau of foreign and domestic relations at wasntngton. JfAItEZ IS HEAITHFIX, Juarez health authorities report that citv free from contagious dis- asee. The report for last week shows 14 aeatns xrom natural, causes, and that no influenza has been reported :n me town. 010! SCHOOL WELL ATTENDED Insects Attack Fruit and Crops Colonia Chui chupa Eeopened. Colonia Juarez. Chihuahua. Mex. Sept. SJ. The Juarez Stake academy has a registration larger than had been anticipated. The registration this year will be much larger than last, with the number of students hi the grades of Dublan, Garcia and Jua res considerably increased. During the latter part of the sum mer school for teachers, held in Jua rez, Dr. Franklin Stewart Harris, of the Utah Agricultural college, visited the school to give special instructions to the teachers. Dr. Harris la the bead of the Utah experiment station at Logan and is an authority on soils as well'as a specialist on agricultural crops In general. In his visit through the colonies. Dr. Harris found the crops tn excellent condition. The recent period of rains caused the grain to fill out in excel lent shape, and the forage to become plentiful for winter grazing. Attacked By Insects. Dr. Harris found the codling moth needing attention Immediately, as well as the fire blight on apples and pears, and to a limited extent on the quince. An army worm cot identified was found to be taking the crops at Dublan in sections to.an alarming ex tent. The probability of the occur rance of the worm In such numbers next year is not great, as parasite nennllv riVAlfln ranldlv enollch to check them the second year, he said. In accordance with a suggestion or rr Ttarris. the formers of Colonia JnnrM annotated a committee of Lu- dan Mecham, jr., Ed McCleTlan and Harold Bentley. to Investigate farm bureaus, that an organization can be formd in the colony. The farm bu reau will take up the various agricul tural problems such as the purchasing of seeds, insecticides, farm machinery, breeding stock and the marketing of farm and orchard products. Reopening Colonia Chalchnpa. .Families have gone to Colonia Chul chnna to resettle that colony. Those now returning to their homes in that colony are bishop Tom Sevey, Charles Marti neau and Ed Martlneau. The re establishment ot families In that col ony will open the road for the return of many more people to their homes in Mexico. . Th health renditions In all of the oclonies and among the- natives, of the surrounding districts are excellent With the prospects or an excellent harvest, the future of the colonists has never been better since the begin ning of the revolution tn Mexico nine years ago. To Combat Bandits. t i . Peace has reigned around the colo nies since the scare at the time An rAle. and Villa were defeated by fed eral and American troops at Juarez last June. The clciiians are prepar ing to defend themselves against the lawless bands that nave been molest ing them In the last tew years through an organization called the Soefallstas and comprising all civil ian population of Mexican citizenship or ioreiEBBTK. u lmt wiau iu jwii. The Socialists" in the various towns bind themselves to help each other when attacked by rebels, and by this manner aim to prevent uio iuuuu m someooay wa we man in towns and carrying off of food and j tag suit reached toward property. KILL M tnTIX LOPEZ AGAIN". "Word has arain been received here to the effect that Martin Lopez, second in command to Francisco Villa, has died of wounds received in the recent battle of Durango. Author ities place little credence in the re ports, however. No Cause For Alarm Ooer Tuberculosis At Alpine, Says Officer Austin, Texas, Sept. 2JA-Reports MAVERICKS TO E HOPED Y. M. C. A. Cowboy Gangs Eat Beans Tonight and Go to Work Tuesday. Business ot "roping mavericks" will be undertaken In Ki Paso to- row morning early, when the men and ioys start out upon a four day canvass of the city for new mem bers. Alt the section bosses, range bosses and cowboys will gather this evening at the T. M. C A. for a chuck wagon feed and to talk over plans for the hig "roundup.' The chuck wagon is the real thing an army axtair loaned for the week by Mai. Gen. Robert L Howze. district military commander. Along with the chuck wagon, he loaned ISO mess kits and tlfe cow boys will gather about this conni vance each evening and satisfy their appetites ana report progress. Big uutdoor G. P. Putnam, the CoL Cody of the "roundup," will have charge of the gatherings. Ben Howell Is the Junior Cody In charge of the boys' division. G. A. Martin Is the range boss of the men and Henry Corbln and Wm. uayneia are tne range bosses lor tne boys. Each range boss has 12 ranch bosses under him and each ranch boss has four to a dozen cowboys tor the "roping." On Friday evening all the mavericks are to be branded around the chuck wagon. The boys' division held their final pow wow Saturday tn preparation for Murder is not a crime in El Paso. and juries will not treat it as such. Rev. P. R. Knickerbocker, pastor of the Trinity Methodist church, de clared in his sermon Sunday night. A crowd which, filled the large church heard him. He flayed weak-kneed jurors. He blistered citizens who are too busyJ-Kr" v7 .JX"", rottenness of picking juries, which he openly declared existed all over the country, tie said: -wrong is wrong. So jurys verdict can make wrong right. Ton, you men here, some or yon. are the ones rra talking about. Ton are partly respon sible for lawlessness. When called on to serve on a Jury you manage to get out of it. Bless your heart. I II serve on the Jury- Whenever they call me I'll waive all mymlnisterial rights and serve. But they wouldn't have me. Willing to Serve on Jury Tou won't serve. Someone has to. and the professionaljuror gets on. The the money. No wonder we get some or the verdicts we ao. "Take a man this day and time who can't make more than )2.50 a day. and who wants to sit on the Jury for the fee well, he isn't much of a man. Most any man can make ??.50 a day, any man but an ordinary preacher but m have you know I'm no ordinary preacner. Knickerbocker said the last sen tence with a smile and a grin, and the crowd chuckled. Then he denounced efforts of some lawyers in getting new trials, post ponement ot cases, reversals ana de lays. He named four or tive cases in quick succession and branded eacn one as a "cold blooded murder." "Why. I believe," he said. "If a man was wearing a modern bathing suit, one of these kind a red bug couldn't crawl under, one that fitted him skin tight, and another man would walk up and shoot him down that they would tare him loose If manner aim to prevent the looting of j somebody said the man In tight bath- nis nip At exactly 6 odock the chuck wagon will arrive at the back door of the Gym and cowboys Juniors and seniors will form In single file and. with their mess kits; in true cow. boy style, will pass along the kitchen for their "hand out." The chuck will be something more than just beans, too. Treaanre Hunt For Hoys. Probably the biggest and best fea ture of the boys' campaign will be the treasure hunt which will tats place en four afternoons beginning luesoay. ana continuing tnrougn r ri day. or the four days of the main campaign. On Tuesday at i&l every boy whose membership exDlres either In old haneeron red a loh servlncr on ! ?Pmer or ueiooer ana ail Doys Ui tai-v for j' aft -iih wntiten 7ern ana above who are not 5r! J?i2-!"il.-?RZr.,ni? members of the "Y.- will meet at the Say Republicans Have A Fighting Chance In Texas Executives of Council Are in El Paso Working for Party. With the influx of population J largely Republican, with the tre- are not sustained by the facts, said Dr. C. W. Goddard. state health of ficer. . Dr. codaara quotea irom a news story from Alpine of recent date in which, it was printed that it is also "necessarv that the state take some step toward curbing the migratory consumptive situation at Alpine be cause of the fact that Sul Rosa nor mal is soon to open at that place." "When this was called to my atten tion. I caused an Investigation to be made which revealed the fact that there were In Alpine a total of it known and suspected cases of tuber culosis. Of these not more than 10 per cent were in an infectious condi tion, which is about toe percentage in the average Texas town." said Dr. Goddard. Cnrtls. Co. buy Liberty Bonda-Adv. Uh.t . --.int a spwnisti0!1 or if an investment. E-- I -t.-- o- 4at Bonds; If a - ' - Oil stotk in an unproven t - -h h T'st company. Adc h y N i3 . 'he tnion, or the 1 li & Trust Co. : - --2 n m DiTRorr on, i orpor vno.v, Las ( rnrrn, X. M. WESTRUP DEANE STUDIO Has Moved to 107 Mesa Ave. Entrance OppoIte the Popular on Jies .ave. Owing to the rapid increase is our bust Dees we have moved from the Alhambra Theater Building to new and larger Quarters at 107 Mesa Avenue over the Lemer Shoe Co. We are now prepared to give even better service than ever and are equipped for both daylight and flashlight work. Photographs of children and babies a specialty. Our friends and the public are in vited to visit ns at our new studio. WESTRUP DEANE STUDIO SEVENTY-FIRST SESSION OF AUSTIN COLLEGE OPENS Sherman, Texas, Sept. IS. The 71st session of Austin college has opened with the largest enrolment for the first day ever recorded in the history of the college. All available ' space in the dormitory had been reserved, and many students are being placed in private homes owing to the Influx of those on opening day who had seat in no room reservations. w One of the most encouraging signs of the new year is the number of upper classmen who are returning to complete their work for their degrees. Some of these men have lost only a few months, while others have lost one whole year of college work. Service in the army has in no way minimized the importance of educa tion to them, but in fact has tended to strengthen their belief In It. The college has contracted for one of the finest lyceum courses ever presented tn the - city. It includes Thomas It. Marshall, rice president of me unitea states; irvm uobb. the noted war correspondent and writer, and Jno. Kendrlck Bangs, the humorist. The outlook in football is good. Coach E. Y. Freeland. Vanderbllt, 1912. will pilot the Kangaroo squad. Among the new arrivals who appear to ne pormismg material are lio lightly. Guest. Poole and Henderson, ends; Robinson. Fulkerson, linemen, and Moseley, back field. The old players expected to play a stellar game tnis year are Love. Barber. Moreheart, McWilllams and Sensa bangh. back field; Cunningham, Wll. son. Park and Erwln. linemen, and uary. ena. nocket. "I feel sorry for some people. But let me tell you something. If we killed everybody who misrepresents oil stocks, we would ktll three or four hundred thousand people. Why. we would have to make some new graveyards." The Way At Trinity. Toward the latter Dart of his ser mon Mr. Knickerbocker preached on ;ae manliness of David. He said he was generous, unselfish, faithful and pious; that he had a great capacity for friendship and dia hot harbor animosities. -Then, as an admonition to young men he asked them to be brave and strong, ana true to inetr convictions, and to use the day of small opportunity and thus prepare tor thft dav of trlumnh. Before the offer for the evening was taken. Mr. Knickerbocker said: "I want everybody who can afford it to put a dollar m the oasKet. inose who can t afford but a quarter or a dime all rieht. But it you have nothing but a penny save it and give It to the children. I don't need any more cough drops, my cold Is well. and I haven t lost any Duttona, "If von can't afford to Dnt some- thins: in the collect ton box, all right. But the role tn Trinity church Is to put something tn or take someuung out. So If yon are broke Just reaca in the baaKet ana taxe out a time change and It will be all right.' Tne pastor baptised a oaoy oeiore the sermon and at the close of the sermon nine persons, joined tae church. Special Mule At Service. Mies Julia Crisb whistled "Perfect Day" and "Nearer My uoa to 'inee. Mm mil MeRae nUvlnsr her accent' mnlmnii Mrs. W. D. Howe sang the solo parts or tne antnem sung ny tne church choir, ana at tne ciose ox tn sermon Mrs. Clint ttauara sang a wiift rmhfr nf Trinttv's choir are: Mrs. Howe, soprano: Miss Dura Eliza beth Gilbert, contralto: c. l xsaiiaro. tenor: M. H. Barrough, bass, and Mrs. J. S. Pearce, organist. The nastor announced that ne wouiu preach next Sunday his last sermon ot tne conxerence year, tne service w m h n rAfwititfmi nf the annual rose service, and the pastor's message will be, a resume or Bis three years in Paso. S and follow the well marked trail to SUnset Heights to hunt for the treasure which will be hidden some where in that vicinity. , On Wednesday at the same hour, meeting at the "T." the boys will meet at Five Points at 4:30 and go to the Alia Vista section for the treasure and on Friday, meeting at the "T" at :J0, the hunt win lead through town along the old Rio Grande. Balloon Ascension. Another very attractive feature of the boys' campaign will be a dally balloon ascension from the roof of the T" building. This will take place Juat after the treasure hunt each day. On each balloon will be something of interest to any boy who has the pep to chese It. The bnv 'who secures the most members during the entire campaign will receive a year's extension on his membership; the Beeond highest member getter will receive six months' addition and the third highest will tret thrM month' extension. The boys are out afteri jw mavericks ana say tney win beat the men in getting their goal first. Men Getting Busy. The men have the same number set as their goat The adslt ranch bosses have been busy lining up their cowboys and ex tiect to start with a rush tomorrow. The dty has been districted under management of Maurice -Schwartz ana tor two aavs eacn team win be conxinea to its district. mendous dissatisfaction ot tie social istic tendency of the present admin, latration. with the demand now in the south for tariff revision to help Its industries and with a real live Republican organisation tor the X. 0 Republicans now voting with the Democrats merely to have a voice tn local county and state affairs, there Is a good fighting chance for Texas II to roll up a Republican majority at 1 1 tne presidential election in 110. II The foregoing was th statement j ot n . j. ijaKe. vice cuairman ana treasurer of tne executive committee of the Texas Republican Council, and I J. A. Arnold, secretary, who are at ill UIB A OU V,,., ..V. .V "V IU, 1... . W rived late Sunday afternoon. Mr. uage is an oil operator of Dallas and at. Arnoia is xrom xort worm. Republicans Jlave Good Chance. "We are visiting 1 Paso to .set in touch witn the business men. Ufe ueo- nlc generally and with Republicans, To learn the views and the interests ot tats section," said vice chairman Gage. "There Is to be a general meeting of Republicans in Dallas the latter part ot October and we want to have a strong representation from El Paso and all sections of Texas. The Texas Republican council wants to learn the needs and desires of all parts of the state, and we are sure of working up a strong organization. "We have a good fighting chance of a Republican majority for the Re-1 publican candidate for president next year for there Is a tremendous dis satisfaction with the present social istic trend of th national Democratic administration s hich makes it a bus. iness proposition with the people. "We have found this dissatisfac tion in Fort Worth. Dallas, Waco and AmariUo and oJaer places and we have heard that It is true in El Paso. There are a great many Democrats, oldtlmers. too. aho are turning away from the socialistic and other ten dencies of their party. We have more of them in ear Texas Republican Council now than we have Republi cans for these and various reasons. 00,000 Republicans Jn 'Texas. "Never before in Texas was there so great a demand 'and seed of a etrong Republican organization. Reai isemocxaia say tney are looaing to eur party as the only hope and the; give the reasons I have stated, and others." "And the South is' demajftdtng a tariff revision which will do some thing for their cotton goods, sugar and various other Industries," satd secretary Arnold. "There are 200.00 Republicans in this state who have been voting with the Democrats just to have a voice In local, county and stats affairs," continued Mr. Gage. "There has been no Republican organization and now more than ever they are demanding something be done In the way of organization and they give the same reason as thousands of Democrats for a chance to vote for nthe nrin- ciples than those now shown by the trend of the national Democratic ad- t ministration. I oppose "Socialistic Tendeneie." i "Besides, the new nonnlatlon 4vhlh ' has been coming Into Texas 'is by a large majority Republican. The new sections, like the lower Rio Grande valley, have been settling up mostly by Republicans. The u percent of our foreign population In Texas has a matoritv of ReirahiieanR. a ma. Jority of the people coming from other states into the great oil fields ui lex are rteputuicans. a do ve ail. it u a business prop- WHEREAS, second party has proposed to build, erect and operate on the above described tract or parcel of land u factory for tee maaofacture of tires, tubes, etc.. and to break ground necessary for the erec tion of the buildings and installation of ma chinery thereon within three months from this date and to expend thereon and in connection thetewith 'the sum of fifty thousand dollars. ($50,000.00), within a period -of six months from this date, and to have a unit or units of said factory in operation for the manufacture of tires, tubes, etc, within a period of six months from this date, and to expend thereon the sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00). within a period of two years from this date, provided the first party will do nate, give and transfer free of expense the own ership and title to the above described tract of land, to said second party. Tie above is extract from contract entered into by J. H. Natrons and &e Fordtrre & Rubber Co, wbo propose to erect a factory for jthe manufacture of tires and tabeg for Bonf automobiles. This fac tory wit! be aBproxrsttieiy a ra3e beyond LOGA5T HEIGHTS. You Can Still Buy Lots In 0GAN HEIGHTS For 1 ECZE1 Apply Zemo the Clean, An tiseptic Liquid Easy to Use Does Not Stain Greasy salves and ointments should not be applied i' Eood dear skin is wanted. From sny druggist for 33c, or 5L00 for large size, get abottle of Zeino. When applied as directed it effectively removes eczema, quickly stops itching, and heals skirt troubles, also sores, burns, wounds and chafing. It pene trates, cleanses and soothes. Zerco is a clean, dependable and inexpensive, antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you have ever used is as effect ive and satisfying. The E. W. Rose Co, Geretad. O. Goodby, My Shaw Kaiy; I'll See You Next Year Were you one of them, too? And AiA vour nerve fall you also? When Mr. Conservationist awoke Monday morning and began to dress, he noticed it was quite chilly. Nevertheless, he took down from the shelf the old straw hat (under ex cuse of getting all the good possible out of it) and decided to try it. When he hit the street, however, he began casing cautious glances at his fellow man, conscious that he was in a hopeless minority. He nevertheless puffed out his chest and appeared nonchalant. Then a tiny rain drop fell: bis assurance dwin dled. He sneaked back to his room and got his old fedora. The knell of the straw hat had been sounded for the season. FORMER RACER ENTERS CAR IN EL PASO-PH0ENIX RACE T. E. Johnson will ajraln bft an en trant in the l-Paso-to-Phoenix road race In November, according to a let. ter receivi fnaav oy tne automo tive trades and highways department of the chamber of commerce. In the 191 event Johnson led In the race until He reached the asylum f rounds, three miles from Phoenix, hen nis machine jumped the hedge. Two Ford cars will be entered in the race. One will belong to George Powell of the Powell Motor comoanv. and the other belongs to a Miami, Ariz entrant. A Hudson Superslx. (reared to make &i miles an hour, will also be in the running. A telegram received Friday from the American Automobile association, stated that Roamer automobiles will ne Darrea m the race. An offer to furnish a-asohne and oil free to all racers passing through Deminff was received yesterday from me rarnan garage. two day. it will be a -free for kit ?S'UOt? ? tWaklne people "see that in alliSti of the &lv. ' Republican party , is the only Henry Fris boss of Loiv IT rnnrh l. I i "EPS PPf " to toe present so- wtraaon and even oldtirac Texas Democrats are seeing that and are list of cowboys. They are: Siff rcaMaue. jienry uowie. i. I . Moor. W. c. Haden. R. E. letcher. Henry Sweartngen. Louis U Flsaeeln. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Mannel Aldaco and Guadalupe Ft erro. Encamaclon Jlraenex and Adeline ITartWs. Artbnr Tappin and Alta Odan. Ernest Rhodes and Bessie Walker. Lawn Mowers snarpened. Allen Arms & Cycle Co 40t N. Oregon St. Adv. MRS. JOHN WEBB GREAT BELIEVER IN WARE'S BLACK POWDER AND BABY POWDER BELIEVED IT SAVED HER BABY'S LIFE. In her letter says her baby was sick for two weeks with stomach and bowel trouble, nothing seemed to do her any good. Had almost given up all hopes when one day she went over to see one of her neighbors who told her she came very near losing her baby, a few eara before with the same trouble. out finally beard of Ware's Baby Powder and sent forvthe powder at once, and fixed up a dose and gave It to her every few minutes and in less than twelve hours baby's bowels were checked. Learning of this marvelous result. I sent tor the powder and gave my oany tne iirst dose at about 11:30 that night and the next moraine her bowels were regulated, and she looked eo good i could scarcely believe my own eyes. .now my baby eats like a little Die. and it does not iteem to hurt her. savs Airs, weoo, and is so nice and rat and healthy. Mrs. Webb keeps Ware's Baby powder In the bouse all the time and would be afraid to be with out It over nlgbt is so graterui to the maker or Ware's Baby Powder as she believes it saveu her baby's life. Mrs. Webb says she knows of manv mothers who have used Ware's Baby Powder wltt wonderful results, and that every mother wbo haa used the oowders should tell every other mother about it for her baby's sake, and advise it being published in every newspaper and magazine In the country. Says Ware's Baby Powder is the most wonderful remedy she has ever I neara ox ror oaoies sutxenng xrom stomach and bowel trouble, and Ware's Black Powder for adults marvelous statements these. j Put up In Sanitary Wooden Pack ages and shipped to all parts of the United States and Canada for SSc and Sl.OO the package. If your local druggist can't supply you, write direct to General W. H. Patterson, president and general manager THE WAftC CIIEMirAI. COMPANY, successors to Ware Black Powder Company. 1915 Live Oak SU Dallas, Texas Adv. acting accordingly. As I said before. we aireaay nave more of them In our Texas? Republican council than we have Republi-ans. The Republican party has a great opportunity in Texas right now and it Is the rally ing hope from a business and a every other- point of view." PECOS RIVER HIGHER THAN IT HAS BEEN IN FIVE YEARS S. a. Humphreys, proprietor of : the Paso del Norte hotel, has received a letter giving an account of heavy rain last week in the Pecos valley from Lake wood and Davton In Krirfv county, N. It, northward. The rains $125 and $150 Per Lot Pay only $10 dowa'and then $5 per month bo interest, no taxes until deed is delivered. Guar anteed title with every two lots. Not Ies3 than two lots sold. Anderson Investment Company SELLING AGENTS. 306 Mesa Ave. El Paso, Texa3. Phone 4061. 2ND OLVOHGE FDR BE MAJOR Washington Army Officer Divorced Here hy First Wife in 1917. MaJ. George X. Beakley, United States army, of Tucson. Aril., attached to the judge advocate general's of fice, has been sued for a limited dll voree and alimony by his wife. Mrs! Mary Beakley, according to advices received in El Paso from Washington. D. C The grounds for divorce, as al- srietsrsaid.' TzYazist w " de- reported and the Pecos river wag i w. higher than H had ben In the five years previous. It had been dry all summer m tnat section. Mr. Humphreys said the Dayton cannery in wmcn ne ts Interested, would can about 25 ears of tomatoes. and Is busy at It now, also, that the LAKewood cannery, seren miles south of Dayton, Is expected to put up 20 cars or tomatoes. ITS DANcrCROUS TDSWtM tNTH "RAiri .B&cwse TH WATER' I, ODCRVOURHCfiD THE WEATHER. C, S. DEPARTMENT Ol AOR.CUZ.TUBr. TYEATlinK BtTRBAC Observation taken at 8 a. ra TSta m arid tan time. Sept. 22. lIt. FereeasU: Bl PiM a&4 vlcta Uy: Oeoerally fair tomcat ana Teesaay a &d cooler tonight. Mew Mexico: To night and Tvesday senerally fair and warmer la east por tion Toesday. Arlsuna: Tontfbt aaS Tuesday fair; wt nnch ehajiBe tn temperature. West Texas: To nlgaA t-nerally fair; cooler sottth partftea tonlcbt; warmer n nniuMit Tuesday Relative hotsldity Is El Pan ul n Monday was S4 percent; temperatars at 1 p. m. was a4. Precipitation tut 14 hens (Inches! aiHie ot weaieer Lowest Temp, last ulsht.. raxoMi Temp, rest dy. ...50 ...ii ...56- !!!si VI ; so 74 it 4 6 48 (4 it 71 Si 41 ei se i 54 M 54 it SO .1: Temp, at AMlene . AmarUlo . Atlanta . Chicago . Cincinnati Denver . Dnlulh . EL PASO 61 Galveston o Havre St Kansas City 54 Little Rock 66 Lea Angeles Naw Orleans 7 New York ss Phoenix Roswell 51 St. Louis ii Salt Lake City... 50 San Antonio 76 San Francisco 8aata Pe 48 Seattle Washington 73 ComnaratlTe El Pao rreefDitation. Jan. 1 to Sept. 21. Inclusive, llli, 1.51 In. Jan. 1 to S-'p:. :i. Inclusive. 1018. 5.S in. Jan. 1 to Sept. 21. Inclusive. 1017. .45 In. Jan. 1 to Sept. 21. inclusive. 1018. a. to In. Jan. 1 to Sept. 11. melnslre. 1010. S.00 In. Normal Jan. 1 to Sept. 21. lnclusive.27.S3 la 4 73 Cloudy Cloudy . . . PUCIdy. .01 taear Ctoady Cloudy .34 Ctoodr Clonay Clear Clear Oteudy .M Rain 2.10 Clear ... doner ... Clear" Cloudy I- dear ... Cloudy . . J Cloadj Cloudy Oeorse N". " eeJctey was former ly a resident of EI Paso and ts well known here. Ha was divorced by a former wife. Mrs. Blanco Beak' ley, here on May 31. 1018. The charges in the first divorce proceedings were similar to the complaints ot the pres ent wife. It ts stated by 1L M. Wta ningham, the attorney who represent ed her. Under the provisions of the divorce granted by the EI Paso court. Mrs. Blanch Beazley was awarded custody of the three children, together with alimony of M per month. Beakley left EI Paso in the summer of 118 and located at Tucson, Ariz. He was married at Poo en it on Octo ber IT, 1111. acoordintr to the petition A or his second wire, tiled m wasntng ton last Friday. Beakley was a court reporter tn El Paso when his first wife secured a di vorce and went from here to Tucson to take a position with the legal de partment of the Southern pacific at Tucson, where he lived until he en tered the army. fruity Savored P0MPEIAN OLIVE OIL ' "always fresh" Servo It With All Your Sold Everywhere Offers to Plead Guilty; Then Changes His Mind Jose Plax, held In the county jail; on a charsre of burglary, evidently is. having a hard time determining the correct course to follow in making his derenee. liar was Indicted sev eral days ago for night time burglary. The defendant later intimated to the district attorney that If the Indict ment was changed from night time burglary to straight burglary that he would enter a plea of guilty. The district attorney immediately recommended that Plait's Indictment be changed and the grand jury re turned a correction amendment of straistht bursrlarr. The statute ntacea 43! the penalty for night time burglary at not teas man live years in the state penitentiary, while the penalty for straight burglary is much less severe. No sooner had he grand Jury re turned the correction indictment than Piaz came to the conclusion that he was not guilty at all jd served no tice upon the court that be would right his case. The district attorney, however, an. nounced that the charge of night time Burglary can again oe invoKea. 'Beautify tte Complexion ilf TEN DAYS Na&ok CREAM i The UaetrolcJ Btxti&t (Vaec? and Endomd By Thoauamdm Guarantied to remove tan, freckles, pimples. Iiver-spott, etc Ex treme cases 20 (9vk. Ridsypores ascT tissues of impurities. Leaves the slin clear, soft, healthy. At leading toilet coasters. If tier haven't it, by mail, two sizes, 60c and SI .20. NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Pari. Tna. 1 saw. ljnrf IUXEASKD TO OCT JOB. Lee Murph). wbo recently finished a vaKrancy sentence In the city jail and who was rearrested on a charge of begging, was released by judge Charles Pollock in police court Friday on promise that he would go to work. Home Complesion Peeler "Works Wonders HLAIIBS, .OT A1RPIVA.XBS, BUIIN. What persons thought Saturday were two flaming airplanes falling to the ground at Fort Bites bus proved to be parachute flares, need for lighting the surroundiing coun try at night. The flares are dropped from airplanes and suspended from parachutes. To keep the face. neck, arms and hands truly beautlfull and youthtel la appearance, the treatment which seems most sensible is one which will actually remove the skin itself im mediately it begins to age. fade, coarsen or discolor. The only known treatment which will )o this, aside from a painful, expensive surgical operation, ts the application of ordi nary mercolized wax. which is as harmless as It Is effective The wax ts put on at night, just z. yon apply cold cream, and washed of: In the morning. It absorbs the dead and half-dead surface skin In almost invisible flaky particles, a little each day. no discomfort being experienced. With the disappearance of the old cuticle, the newer, healthier skin un derneath gradually appears, richly beautiful with the flush of vouth. This mercolized wax. which you can get at airy drug store in original package, is Indeed a veritaole wonder-worker. Adv. Doctors Recommend Bon-Opto for the Eyes Physfctaiis and eve specialists pre scribe Bon-Opto as a safe home reme dy in tee treatment of ere trouble ana to strengthen eyesight, fioli nn- ACCCSED OP SELLl.-VO DtlUGS Mar Bin wan nmlenMl -el temoon before United States commls-1 der monev refund guarantee hv aj signer A. j. Schratd on a charge ot! 6 eeinng narcotic a rugs, his prelimin ary hearing was set for September 26 and his bond fixed at H2SX Use Herald Want Ads