VL PASO HERALD
Friday, Sept. 26, 1919.
Campaign Between Obre
gon and Gonzales For
Pres. Warms TJp.
Washington, JD. C, Sept. 26. The
pn:;rlcai campaign between Gens.
'."nza.es and Obregon for the presi-
cmv of Mexico is steadily growing
-vter Through advices from Mexl-
" Citv n was learned today that
Oregon 1 making a "swing
. rojd the circle" and plans to reach
M--r,.0 City during ihe absence of
,ir .idtnt Carranxa In the north.
Gonzales's campaign manager, sen
. r J Sanchez Ascona, is bitterly
"Tf-kmcr Obregon in an effort to
1 OiQ m lin" the members of congress
0')m hp has interested in the can
' i i ic of Jonsaies.
WARNS MEXICANS AGAINST
JOBS AS STRIKEBREAKERS
."an Francisco, Calif., Sept. 26. A
re.1 number of Mexicans who came
i re Kom Alaska on fishing boats and
irom border points and who were said
" be seeking employment as strike
1 .ike rs in tne strike of longshoremen
1 ihf bay and boatmen, have i " i nw.KiAm.
)..-. warned by J. Carza Enitche. eraA iJi -SISSSSSV
i. iran consul here, that they must
. -id all such employment here "If
hey w sh to keep out of trouble."
Name 10 Men
C. of C. Representatives
Will Cooperate With
The chamber of commerce repre
sentatives on the Tiew governmental
research and city planning commit
tee were named Friday brCS. Bas-
sett, president. The 10 men munedj $1508 bond -Thursday afternoon after
tor tne most part were selected asi preliminary Bearing in justice J. L
representatives of various interests, I Deavefs court.
including the 1 Paso county medical The witnesses at the preliminary
hearing wire Milton 'Webb, S9U Sac
ramento street, a grocers' delivery boy
and Federico Gonzales, 91G Bast Mis
I souri street, a rent car driver.
Webb testified be saw from his
front porch. Toung shoot Sanchez.
The shooting. Is alleged to have taken
place in front of the Yoang home.
Webb said he heard Sanchez say
something about J200. then reach in
to his outside overcoat pocket. Then,
tveoo testified. Youns drew a re
tired tnree times, alter
Grocery Boy Testifies That
He Saw Young Kill
T. J. Sanchez.
H. Ml Younff. 2S17 Xortn,' Piedras
street, charged with the murder of T.
J- Sanchez, 71 Myrtle avenue, was
bound over to the grand Jury under a
society, the real estate board and re
The chamber of commerce repre
sentatives on the new commission
are as follows: Dr. R. L. Ramey.
Dr. W. L. Brown, Julius Krakauer,
Warren N. Small. Winchester Cooley.
H. B. Stevens, C. J. Mapel. Rev. Ful
ler Swift, rabbi Martin Zielonka and
bishop A. J. Schuler.
The new governmental researcn
and city planning committee is to
act as a general advisory body
the city administration. It will have
six subdivisions which are: Health,
sanitation and charity: administra
tion, efficiency and economy prob
lems; city planning and improve
ment problems: legal problems; gen-
HORSES SOLD IN JUAREZ
FOR THE CARRANZA ARMY
-"'it saddle horses were de-
r ered in Juarez Thursday for the
i -rrdnza armj Of those delivered 45
re hrought down by J A Baird, of
t tna-na. ji. it i; understood that
'h. '""arranza military authorities are
set from 490 to 00 horses in the
1 1 c States for their cavalry in the
1 1 iv f Chih'uah'ia M Hirsch. of
h-i?na. has the contract for the
c ,o ci tho horses.
At its organization next week the
members will be assigned to various
sub-committees. The mayors zs rep
resentatives were announced several
and work crews burned the
RAIN FALLS CONTINUOUSLY
57 HOURS IN CHIHUAHUA
private letter received Thursday
-,h froT. Chihuahua City stated
i t th1 general ram of this week
i i'i prevailed there and all over the
s'Ti l he letter said that it com
en.d raining in that state capital
p Ti idn-si't last Pundsy and rained
ad.iy until It oclock Tuesday morn
"7 hours of steaiy downpour.
VICE CONSUL SAYS CITIES
BIDDING FOR MEXICO TRADE
(Continued VTvm Face It
r f-f a wreck in, which 12 cars
at tie left the Southern Pacific
: The cattle "were virtually all
TELEGRAPH UXES WILL HELP
FEDERALS TO FIGHT BANDITS
Wire connections between Juarez
and Fronteras, Sonora. will be com
pleted soon, according to an an
nouncement of Gen. Francisco Gon
zalez, commander of the Juarez gar
rison. The work has progressed so
that already the wire is in use as
far as Ascension.
Gen. Gonzalez stated Thursday that
the fact that the workmen had been
able to proceed undisturbed was am
ple proof that bandit activities were
curbed in his district. The building
of the line is in connecton with a
policy of the government to connect
all of the smaller towns of 'Mexico
by wire, so that bandit attacks may
he reported to the various military
garrisons and the soldiers may make
an immediate campaign against the
j. s. TVAsnncnx, 3iiller, dies.
Minneapolis, Minn , Sept. 24. John
S. Washburn, president of the Wash-burn-Crosbv
Flour Mills company, of
this city, died suddenly last night at
Livermoore Falls. Maine, according to
word received here today. He was 61
which Sanchez felt
Gonzales, who gave his testimony
through an interpreter, because he
said he neither spoke nor understood
English, said he drove Sanchez to 11
different places over a period of six
and a half hours preceding the drive
to the home of Mr. Yoong.
On the war to the Tonne home Tr?t
Sanehez was along. Gonial es said, and
the couple talked excitedly In Eng-
Mrs. Sanchez was to hare been a
witness Thursday, but was reported
to be ilL
Young, the accused. Is 4S years old
and a civilian jemploye of the zone
SOME KIND OF TREASURE
TAKEN FROM CRUCES HOME
Las Cruces, X. M-, Sept 26. Hidden
treasure of some kind has been re
moved by unknown persons from the
residence building on North Main
street owned by the Bowman Bank
and Trust company. There were 54
holes bored 'in one of the front rooms
and this allowed a portion of the
floor to be removed. Indications are
that a box was removed. This work
was done at night A resident of Las
Graces heard someone in the vacant
building and the following day
looked in and thus the discovery was
made. The part of the residence from
which the box was remoTed Is very
old and later included In a modern
home. Several families have occu
pied the house from time to time.
How and Why We Save
On Your Fall Suit or
j Store Open Unl3 9:30 i
Mail Order Promptly Filled.'
special at - -
Berg Co. is a block from the high prices.
We save thousands in rent.
We have no fancy fixtures.
We have no free deliveries.
We have no floor -walkers.
We have no charge accounts.
We sell for cash and have no losses.
We personally superintend our own
We are satisfied with small profits.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction,
Money back if you want it.
Favors Plan To
J. B. Rawlings, Of Fort
Worth, On Way To
J. B. Rnwlfigs, secretary of the
Fort Worth Relief association, spent
Friday in El Paso on his way to Long
Beach., Calif, to attend the South
western Tubercular conference. Oc
tober 1, 3 and 3. While in El Paso,
Mr. Rawlings visited J. B. Gwln, sec
retary of the Associated Charities,
and S. J. Brient, of the T. SL C. A.
and other El Pasoans he used to know
in Fort Worth and elsewhere.
Mr. Rawlings complimented the
Associated Charities and the citizens
of El Paso on their plans for erecting
a memorial building for charity in
honor of the late Robert Krakauer.
He got the Impression while here
that El Paso supports Its charity or
ganization better than most cities
his size, and highly complimented
those In charge of the charities and
the work they are doing.
Mrs. Cora Preston, will represent
the Associated Charities at the con
ference. D. B. Breed, executive sec
retary of the Texas Public Health as
sociation at Austin, Texas, and three
other representatives from his office
will attend. Miss Carrol Walton and
charity workers from Tucson and
Phoenix will represent Arizona, and
John Toombs, of Albuquerque, X. M
will be. at the conference.
The 'conference includes Texas,
Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona. Cali
fornia and Colorado. Experts from
the national tubercular association
will speak at the meeting. V
Before returning to Fort Worth,
Mr. Rawlings will visit his brother,
W. F. Rawlings. of Globe, Ariz, and
two sisters in California,
FREDERICK GOODMAN DIES
SUDDENLY AT EASTLAND
Bastland. Tex.. Sept. 2S. The body
of Frederick Goodman, a trustee for
the El Paso Ranger Oil company, will
be shipped to El Paso for interment.
Mr. Gooiman died here late yesterday
afternoon. While standing in the
lobby of a hotel, he felt a hemorrhage
coming on and asked the hotel man
ager, Walter Morris, to help him to
his room. A doctor was summoned,
but by the time he arrived, ten min
uates later, Mr. Goodman was dead.
The deceased was at one time in
Train Will Leave El Paso
i e n r rfx 1 -n t
At o jr. in. oaiuruay x or
Train service on schedule time will
be resumed Saturday over the G. H.
& S. A, it is announced at the rail
road offices. Tracks have been
cleared, trains are moving and re
pairs due to high water between here
and the gulf coast have been made.
A train will leave El Paso at S
oclock Saturday afternoon and run
through to San Antonio.
EUGENE DAVIS PURCHASES
PALISADE & NEVADA R. R.
San. Francisco. Calif, Sept. 26. Sale
of the Palisade and Eureka railroad,
an 87 mile Nevada line, by Mrs. White
law Reid and Ogden Mills, of New
York, to Eugene Davis, of New Tork
and Eureka. Xev, "for a considera
tion approximately $1,000,000," was an
nounced by Davis here last night.
The road Is narrow gage, but its
conversion into a standard gage road
with a general betterment of its road
bed and facilities is contemplated.
Davis said. It runs between Palisade
and Eureka. Xev.
Purchase of the road was effected
in order that Davis might be enabled
to ship ore from bis mines in Eureka,
Saturday and Monday
DE BACA COUNTY CATTLE
COMPANY IS INCORPORATED
Santa Fe, X. M., Sept 26. The Oe
Baca County Cattle company, with
principal office in Fort Sumner, has
been incorporated for $100,000. The
company will begin business with
92000 paid in, subscribed by IL G.
Rowley, J. H. Elder and J. R. Crisp.
The residents of Albuquerque have
incorporated the Alameda Uand com
pany under the laws of Arizona and
filed the charter In New Mexico also.
The principal office to In Phoenix,
with an office also in Albuquerque.
The Incornorators are A. B. Mi lien-
Lawrence F. Lee, Adelle Strumquist
ioe auinonzea capital stocK is $;,-
RANGE IN FINE CONDITION
IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO
1 Specials at the New Bazaar
Eugene McKenzle. who has lust re
turned from Kansas City and his cat
tle ranch at Fort Sumner In central
. . i -i ... . i .
bAkC.rag. tSSSS P"f New Mco was nevlr
bro house. He went better. This grass is already matured.
A',?!0. .Tk0 iV"!"? maklns winter feed sure He Mid tie
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOTJ MONEY
Kecentlv our buyer In the Eastern markets fortu
nately closed a deal with a large clothing concern by
which we are able to offer our customers a substan
tial saving in men's handsomely tailored, all wool
suits for PalL
These Prices are An Appeal
To Your Sense of Value!
LOT NO. 1 Comprises suits that retail ordinarily up to
$30. Stylishly tailored, durable and in all the popular
patterns. Onr lucky buy ?QQ Cf
allows your pick at J)e.OU
LOT NO. 2 Are built along conservative lines, suitable
for drew or business wear; grays, bro was and blues, in
every conceivable weave for the man who wishes distinc
tion and durability. d0J CO
Values up to $35 ijhSiO.OU
LOT NO. 3 This line is made up of various styles, includ
ing waist seams, flare bottoms, double breasted and other
classy models adapted to young men of refined tastes.
For Saturday and Monday, (TQO Cf
values p to $45.. JOeS.OU
See Our Window Display
for his health. He came to Eastland
from Bl Paso last Monday on business
tor tne m raso itanger company.
-Mr. Goodman was 47 years of age.
He is survived by his wife and son.
wno live in tne Kobinson apertments.
BAR ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS
ON DEATH OF W. C SMITH
Funeral services for Winfield C
Smith, 46 years old, a well known
1 Paso attorney, who died in a
local hospital at 2 oclock Thursday
afternoon, were held at 110 North
Campbell street at 10:10 oclock FTi-
j day morning. Rev. P. R. Knlcker-
Docker, pastor of Trinity Methodist
church, officiated. Burial was In
Concordia cemetery. Mr. Smith Is
.survived by his wife and small
The El Paso bar association, of
which Mr. Smith was a member, met
in the 41st district court rooms Fri
day morning and adopted resolu
tions of sympathy, of which a copy
win oe sent Mrs. smith.
Don't fail to give these facts your careful thought come in in
vestigate. There is no better illustration of the advantage of trad
ing with the Berg Company than in the presentation' of the values
in suits and overcoats such as ve have ready for you at
range was eauallv as trood throuarh
the Panhandle country of Texas and
across the corner of Oklahoma over
which he traveled.
REPORTS RANGE CONDITION GOOD.
T A n,lnl ' T.1 !
Otero county, N. M., who Is fn El Paso, jB
said that his section had had an Inch S
ahd a quarter of rain this week and !
range conditions are fine.
The Mackinaws are Here
All wool Mackinaws, the Mad yon usually pay $15 for;
on sale Saturday f 1 O Cfl
and Monday at ..: Pl.OU
Sweaters Work Pants
tZJ0 Sweaters on .sale
$1 all lrool Jerseys. .9223
SZXO Jerseys on sale
Real heavy sweaters,
worth special &I.S5
WILUAM PARSONS TJIBSi
FUNEIlAi, SERVICES HELD
The funeral of Williams Parsons,
who died Wednesday night at 8:10
oclock, at his residence. 2315 Myrtle
avenue, was held Friday afternoon at
l oeiocK xrom tne residence. Kev.
F. M. Johnson. Jr. of SL Clement's
Espiseopal church, conducted the ser
vices. Interment was in Evergreen
cemetery. Besides his wife. Mr. Par
son left an aunt. Miss Sarah Bargery.
of Memphis, Tenn.. who was at his
bedside. Mr. Parsons had lived in El
Paso for the past six years. He was
born in Somersetshire, Eng., 32 years
ago, coming to tnis country at the
age of 3 years. He was formerly In
business In Memphis, Tenn.
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-.w 5 -.V VA'fr S IV "SS mem or assistant attorny
UilM & r..-. iSV . IS Jli-f laSS.? ''ft. if, . Sf A. Berry as chairman of
Si?H: fe' 3& ? JftW? ?5 S?i JZ S? 1 trial board, to sueceed D
mgtS! 3E K3 jSSySM- :!it ! i&L .? S K whose term expires
i&SSSSb ,.;.' ?ii , B?.V''r .ApSS&gN' : WViSito SS 55 announced from the
3SS$ 83SiP 5 & I. ggfi? Sy&K-S? K S Si r- Berry rec
SSSaS i :F ; C'iv J: a? S. " , , .". ,tS ZU before the court of
HSHfig? " iyf'V-i '5-5- : NS? SStSL. ..V3 and. according to the
rSsareS? &!S3S&&3& WStftsfe-SSri this position has been
S-rp:it2-5ffiSii; VVK Ia'vVK S?5iS5SSiiVJ IWlvS'AS r.fiWS , attorney whose name ha
&J? &hi.' i. V. r.-wW JJa i rfiA '.MlSSftgwaa announced.
GOVERNOR NAMES E. A. BERRY
October 19. was
represents the state.
tendered to air
not been ,
YOU SAVE FROM $10 TO $15
NEW FALL HATS
Up-to-the-minute styles, colon
and shapei, at
$2, $3, $4, $5
Stetsons $7 and Up
?L50 Stiff Cuff Shirts. . . .$1.00
$7.50 Sfflc Fibre $5.00
All wool, flannel shirt, worth
All colors, Vneck and rough
neck, $2 grade $1.25
$5.00 grade $3.50
$12.00 grade $8.50
S&80 Work rants tZM
SGJM Worsteds 54H
SSjOB Blue and Gray fS-OV
Dr. W. H. Anderson and a party of
friends from El Paso were visitors In
the La Union. N. IL, district
SECOND POWER UNIT NEEDED
FOR SEWAGE piSPOSAL PLANT
City engineer W. C Stewart is
working on plan's for a second power
unit for the city sewage disposal
plant councilman William T. Griffith
stated Friday. It is some question as
to whether it win be best to have
power run by distillate engines or
electrically driven as is the present
one. Mr. Griffith said another power
unit is absolutely necessary In case
the present one should get out of com
mission. There is plenty of money in
ue zona 10 pay xor any sucn improve
ment A state sanitary engineer is ex
pected from Austin to advise on a
sewage treating plant but the latest
advices are that the state sanitary
force is occupied in the Gulf coast
since the recent destructive storm and
the engineer's visit may be delayed.
FLOOD CONTRIBUTIONS PASS
HUNDRED THOUSAND MARK!
Austin, Tex., Sept IS. Contribu-'s
tions for relief of Texas flood suffer-
ers through the governor's office s
passed the S100.009 mark at noon to-
day. with a total of $103,000. g
PREPARE QUESTIONS FOR g
N. M. TEACHERS EXAMINATION
Santa Fe, N. iL, Sept 2S. Ques- 3
tions are now being prepared by th M
state department of .education for
distribution to all the counties, for g
use in the last examinations for
teachers that will be held In the state g
this year. The examination Dapers ii
are mainly for the elementary grades, j
xne examinations wtu De neia on s
October 3 and 4, under the direction ' g
of each county superintendent of ' m
schools. j s
Boys' Fine Caps
91.60 values .
Mole skin work pants.
none better S3S
Cordnroya, S5 values S&95
Extra Heavy Corduroys,
JG value i.3e
Kbafcl Pants, val
ues . ' tZJM
Real fine Khakt, worth
Iiot of fine Dress Pants,
developed in alt-wool ma
terials, worth S&50- .ffcSS
New Hats For Fall
We carry one of the most complete lines
f Men's Hats in the city.
Cham o i s Hats, A selected lot of
worth up to $&M
Our entire line of
$rS0 and $3-M
Sat, worth up to
Stetsons, we have
the assortzaest at
Shoes For the Boy
A fortunate close-out of sample shoes for boys causes the folio wiag low
prices for Saturday and Monday special:
Cnstu pasted values in this
lot of Black Calf Blocker,
lace and tan Scoot shoes;
sizes 2 to 5. They will go
fast Saturday fjf A fT
and Monday at3.frO
Comprises a line of Boys'
Drees and School Shoe?, in
Black Calf, blucher and tattoo,
English lasts' aad Scoot shoes,
in smoked and tan; a very
special value CO QC
Sizes l'i to 5'... Ja5.70
Bemarkabie' reductioas in
this fine of black and tan
calf; Mather, lace and but
ton; sizes 8 up to IVj. Sat
urday aad d1. QF
Monday special 4 1 70
tTliSt Arrived COEI'Iete fine of aaies Gentlemen's Felt Bedroom Slippers in an sizes
leat her palms,
with or without
Men's Heavy Rib
bed Union Suits:
$1.50 value. $125;
MACHINISTS TO MEET. !
There will be a general meetlna oti
the machinists union in the main hall
of the Labor temple on Souts Oregon
street tonight Walter Nash, general
chairman of district No. St. Interna
tional Association of Machinists, and
John T. Thorpe, general organizer
tne association, will sneak.
S1 grade Caps 50c
$150 grade Caps $1.00
$2.50 grade Caps 150
Wide silk four-in-hand. Worth
Special . . 50c
Hearr cotton-ribbed Union
Salts, Z2Z Tnlaes
AVool Union Suit, nataral col
on and old gold, worth S49
and $3.00 3K)
Fleeced -lined uhlrta or draw
ers TTOrth fiJSS 75c
$15 cotton ribbed shirt or
75c President .....50c
S1.00 SnKpender .75c
WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE. THE DIFFERENCE
304 the RTrRr co 304
East Overland St. DEjIJ ' East Overland St.
I for AMERICAN qUEENJ L
' ! I m ..tt. , II I III II II li
II U I I a -'LA II II III II 111
Iis the mark that in- a 9 I B I j
' variaBly extinguishes "1" I
: the ver- finest oro- BAMm i MV.H
.nets 0t the candy nl W4
1 1 I maker s art. W mRrlrftJm n I I He)-i I 1
ej Fc.mt.MJ..!everywte. 111 8(j$ '
HELP TO RANGE
New Mexico Highways
By The Downpour.
Santa Fe, N. M, Sept 2. Prectpi-
. tation almost unprecedented In vol
! ume at this time of the year la noted
; In the weekly crop report Issued te
i day by the United States weather
bureau. Charles 3. Idaney, the mete-
orologist says: "The rains were
heavy from the Rio Grande eastward
1 and floods occurred over southeastern
counties and In the lower Pecos val
ley. Considerable damage was caused
to highways and traffic was delayed.
"Some damage occurred to oat crops
in the fields, but the benefit to ranges
and late crops was very material.
' Crops are practically matured and
' threshing of small grain and beans.
and the cutting, shocking and stack
ing of corn, milo. kafflr and fodder
crops continue, also the last cutting
of alfalfa. Ranges generally are good
; and stock is In fine condition. The
xoiiowing are local reports:
Roswell: The heavy rains first of
) the week were of Inestimable value
; to ranges, in insuring winter grass.
but were injurious to some matured
(arm crops. Flood conditions were
i reached in the Pecos.
Elephant Butte: Fairly warm.
showery week; ranges ood.
OP SELLING SlORPniNE
Mor Bin, a native of China, was
Kit en a preliminary hearing before
United States commissioner A. J. W.
Schmid Friday on a charge of vio
lating the Harrison antt-narcotic law.
It is alleged that -.rr Bin sold mor
phine to a negro. Testimony brought
out in the hearing indicated that the
morphine had been smuggled across
the river from Jusrez but Mor Bin
was nnt charged with illicit importa
tion of drujfs.
Mr. Bin was bound over to the
i-'rand Jury on a bond fixed at )2500.
TWO ACCUSED OF SELLING
LI(U"OR NEIA 11 YSLCTA.
Simon Nojer and Enrique Deigado,
charged with the illicit sale of
liquor, were given a preliminary hear
ing before United States commis
sioner A. J. V. Schmtd Friday and
bound over to the federal grand Jury
on bond fixed at S7S0. Nojer aad
Deigado were taken Into custody near
S. H. Parmelee and wife. Of El Paso,
were visitors to Canutlllo.
Use Herald Want Ads
Kut cazMRSBta Sx
esi at gig .gg
J 's the proof thai con
vinces in considering flour,
as with everything eke. A
trial provides Proof.
Q' Cream of Wheal Flour,'
made right here in El Paso,
needs no second trial ab
solute proof to the house
keeper and the family
is assured from the begin
Buy Globe Mills products
and help the Southwest
grow. In what other sec
tion are you interested!
use becomes a habit.
Let us urge upon you the
trial at least.
At Your Grocer's If ere
In EI Paso and Tlirough.
out the Entire Soutiiwest
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