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L PASO HERALD
COUNTERFEIT i. 1 i WW Hae Ton bought a war savings mp recentlv Where did yon bay Ynd dia tbe little banner of pa- notlsin and thrift look Rename" rh.fe la Dot a questionnaire. It is a .if tuns The postoffiee department haa tied attention to the fact that coun- -rfeit war savings stamps again are i hr market, not the legitimate xket. t ut thoe various channels --oagh which the stamps are sold pite government laws and warn- The last noticed spurious war sav nps stamps are a close reproduction, c n aid Monday at the El Paso ostoffice- "Don t buy them except uin banks or the postoffiee," -was the wrn n yriven "lhe udIv noticeable difference from genuine article is a slight swell i z on Benjamin Franklin's left l-t ri Sat there is a rav of sunshine me of the counterfeit stamps have n reported ia El Paso. Is Tear Jewelry Ont of DateT v. e will fix it like new. Sheldon Jewelry Co-Adv. L m ted States, Great Britain u all Europe except Russia could jjt ino Siberia. "Walk a Block and Save the Difference' Underwear Union 2-piece o ., Athletic or At Balbriggan $1 Art Underwear $1.50 35c and 50c $2.00 d Long or Short 75c Lengths A Saving of 25 9s f5PiE IV80 6 m H 2 E-OteslandSt. B IS FALLING FAST "Danderae" wifl check tilt ugly dasaraff asd stop hair coming oat To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp of everv particle of dan druff, get a small bottle of "Dan ce rine" at any drug or toilet counter .or a few cents, poor a little la year hand and rub it into the scalp. After several applications the hair BsttaHy stops coming- out and yen can't And any dandruff Sooa every hair en -. od- scalp shows sew life, vigor, Drigataess. thickness .and more color PUN SMI IF HOLIDAY Am a result of a questionnaire sent out by the chamber of commerce to the Jobbers of El Paso, asking views on closing doors during the months of May, Jane, Jnly, August and Sep tember, replies indicate that a ma jority are in favor of Saturday after noon closing, releasing their em ployes for relaxation and pleasure. All the f'rms dealing in feedstuffs and fnel and wholesale firms dealing in dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes and hats have all agreed to close on Saturday afternoons during the sum mer months. The vote from the wholesale pro duce men and grocers is divided on the issue, some not bellelns it prac tical to close on Saturday afternoons, others for the months of June, July and August. The decision has been left to the trade, as the movement is a voluntary one. A number of wholesale firms nave been observing Saturday afternoon closing for some time back, among these being A. Ms.tb.tu A Co, Moxnsen-Dunnegan-Ryan company, Henry S Beach, C H. Finley company sad the Jflne & Smelter Supply company. Among the specialty houses that have agreed to observe the summer program are the Tri-State Accessories corporation, the Borderland Auto Sup ply company, the Welch Bedding com pany, Kelly Pollard, Meyer Tal bott Co., Truscon Steel company. Southwestern General Electric com pany. Southwest Optical company. General Cigar company and Fant Cof fee company. The decision as to whether the wholesale dealers ia tobacco will ob serve Saturday afternoon closing de pends upon an agreement within that trade, several firms agreeing to close providing that all do. Among the merchandise brokerage firms who cave expressed a willing ness to observe Saturday ' afternoon closing during the summer months are J. W. Lorentsen company, Swansen Brokerage company, Ilunkle & Pea cock. Inc.: Melancon Brokerage com pany, W H. Constable & Co, Taylor Smith, Winder Dean. Pour States Brokerage company, Northern Butter company, Del Norte Egg & Produce company and the Central Produce company. , The general observance of closing on Saturday afternoons by those who have Joined in the movement will be gin on Saturday, May 15. JUNIOR CHAMBER RECEIVES PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION The proposed subjects for discussion at the first annual convention of the United States Junior Chamber of Com merce to be held in St. Louis, June 17-19. will Include many topics of na tional scope, according to the pre liminary program of the convention received here Monday by BHrtan Bunch, an officer of that organizatlon. The Immigration question and the need for Americanization of the for eign born; the need of reclamation of swamp and and lands and its ef fect on the future economic history of America, relations with the Span ish speaking countries of the souUi and the new international signifi cance of the Monroe doctrine, the most profitable direction of the Im provement and the development of inland waterways, and Its relation to railroad growth, the national budget system and a consideration of the backwardness of the United States in this respect: the weight of present taxation and the advisability of spreading the weight of war expendi ture over the future, the advisability of adopting the metric system of weights and measures In Qreat Brit ain and America, and the necessity of good roads work and how the Junior chamber may best cooperato with existing legislation ia the ef fort to take advantage of its provi sions, are among the most prominent of the national topics to be discussed at the first annual convention. In order to stimulate the attendance at the annual convention an attempt is now being made by the national officers to secure reduced railroad fares to the St. Louis convention. INFANTRYMAN DROWNED IN CEMENT PLANT RESERVOIR Roy Yancey, private in company saeVW w iff 'ft Uftl pd While swimming Sunday afternoon to the reservoir near tae cwwuti v Cramps caused htm to drown. Other soldiers with him tried hard to save him- Capt. W. L. Bartlett cempany commander was notified at the com pany camp near the smelter. The body had net been found at noon Tuesday, it was said, although grappling hooks were need. DEATHS AND BURJALS. WARSHIPS TO 110 HERS (Continued from page l. MOTHETi OP tXAIBORSB ADAMS DIBS AT HOME IX MISSOURI Mrs. I. M. Adams, died at 10 ocloek Saturday night at her home at Web ster Grove, Mo, after a brief Illness. Pneumonia caused her death. Mrs. Adams was the mother of Claiborne tw vice-president and general manager of the El Paso Grain & Mill ing company. Mr. Adams was at his mother's bedside when she died. A telegram announcing Mrs. Adamrs death was received Monday by O. J. Allen, who is with the same company Mr. Adams is connected with. All members of the family were In Web ster Grove when Mrs. Adams died. Mrs. Adams was well known m El Paso, having visited here many times. DEATH AT SMELTER MOSI1TAI. John Robinson, M years old, died early Monday morning at th smelter hospital- The funeral will be held at 4 odock Tuesday afternoon at the J. J. Kaster undertaking chapel- Mr. Robinson lived at the smelter and was employed by the Underwood Type writer company in El Paso. We Ask Any Man who has Bt drawn his Will to show cs somethlEZ wr impertant that he must da TODAY. If you have been "pattiag it off" ACT TODAY. Delay is daageiMf, m matter what the indivHaal situation. If yon disagree, pve one of oar Tract Officers X chance to etaviace yon. ACT TODAY if it is only writing for oar peeklet, "Qaeatwat and Answers About Wilis." Ztt w iep yos plan year Will ant then go to your attorney asd bare it draws. SlPaso Baift&Trust Company Savings-Commercial-Trust Sli WkSO BBtmgKVEj3- TEXAS' pany of marines from the League Island station. She is expected there, tonight. Ddttroyera Fail To Report. The Oklahoma should reach Key West seeral days ahead of the trans port Henderson, which now is en route to League island to take on an additional force of 1200 marines. The department early today had re ceived no report from the four de stroyers due at Tampico yesterday. Estimates of the state department place the number of Americans in Mexico at between 000 and 7000, in cluding radicals and draft evaders who crossed the border to escape the law. The department had no addi tional advices today from any of its agents in Mexico. Official confirmation of the fall of tne Mexican capital was received yes terday by the state department from the Americas embassy, which reported there was no disorder in the capital Incident to the transfer of authority. Where I. Cunauf The American embassy report made no reference to president Carranra and searchers of Veracruz said they had failed to find htm. A report that he had been arrested in Bsperenxa, state of Veracruz,, was without con firmation here either in official dis patches or through advices to revo lutionists- agents. Four destroyers left Key West yes terday for Tampico. The remaining two destroyers or the six sent soutn from New York last week will also proceed to Tampico as soon as minor repatrs are completed. The deoartznent made no exnlans. tlon of Its decision to rush ships to Mexican waters. Those en route are the Xsherwood, Putnam. Dale and Case. The Reid and Flusser are at Key West. It was Indicated that the tender Blackhawk. with Capt. Long, senior officer of the flotilla, aboard. aieo wouia proceea to ramplco. American Is executed. Los Angeles. Calif, May 10. Mrs. Harry H. Lyons, of Ventura, today received word that her husband, an American, was shot by Mexicans in the state of Durango late In April. ehjs uie njcaminer looay. Lyons had been conducting a rest aurant in the Mexican state, the name of the town not being stated. It is declared that Lyons was ar rested by men opposed to the Car ranza government and executed after being sentenced by a military tribunal. Big Plans For Future. t Agua Prieta- Sonora- Mav "10 Tf Carranza sneceeds in getting out of .Mexico, me revolutionists wui He pleased, if he Is captured he must stand trial in the civil courts for any misdeeds of which he may have been guilty as nresident. Gen. P. Emas Calles announced here last night. uea caues maae tne announcement in outlining the; plans of the revolu tionists, just before he left for Juarex. He declared that as' Mexico City is in the hands ofrhe revolutionists troops marching from Sonora to Juarez probably would be sent direct to Mexico City for garrison duty. A provisional president will be named to serve until the elections, he said, in accordance with the 'plan of Agua Prieta." Tne revolutionists desire to acquire. through purchase or legal nroeedure. all big land holdings, which will be -taken over ov the new government ana openeo lor settlement under a plan similar to that used In the United States, accordlntr to Gen. Calles. Trained Men on the Job. Educated and qualified Mexicans In Mexican border states where he de clared living conditions tigere the best In the country as a result of the people coming Into contact with American Ideals and methods, will he put at the head of various govern ment departments, he sale-- A plan for establishing schools and educating the people Is to be launched as soon as the revolution Is settled, ho de clared. "Mexico is maklnc no progress." be said. "It Is exactly where It was a century ago. Poor people must have land: they must have credits with which to bur animals and farming Implements: they must have educa tion and a new understanding of ac tual conditions Instead of being guided by ignorance and superstition: they must be given an opportunity to produce" A delegation of Douglas. Ariz, business men and dticens visited Agua Prieta today to Md -Gen. Calles farewell. Through an interpreter, he addressed the delegstion. Reclamation Dnumfi Pomrd. He told them that a department of reclamation has been established by w aonora sxate government lor the purpose of starting reclamation work and interesting foreign capitalists In the development of arid -lands. In the past, tbe central government has not assisted In irrigation projects, leav ing reclamation work to the state or community, he declared. It was announced at tbe military headquarters that the international boundary and Irrigation commissions named by Carranza have Joined the revolutionists. The members will continue their usual work, it was announced Gen. Calles stated that the commissioners turned over 10,000 pesos to Roberto V. Pesqulera, fiscal agent of the revolutionary party. F. A. Fesquelra is head of the boundary commission and R. Perez Is chairman of the irrigation body. EDDY COUNTY WILL HAVE 20,000 ACRES IN COTTON Carlsbad. X. M, May 10 Eddy county wilt have nearly 20.008 acres of cotton this year, and 16.00 of this win oe planted on the Carlsbad project. Farmers at the northern ends of the county are now putting in their cron. and a ain will be built at Atoka, to care fo rthe Atoka and Arteeia acreage. Lakewood farmers will plant 250 acres And S00 acres will be planted at Hope and Cottonwood. The Atoka gin will be put In under the management of the farm bureau, and will cost 320.000 Charles Rogers, Will Kisenger, G. R. Bralnard and William Schneider are tasking the majority of the stock. It will be a four stand gin. A well-proportioned man should weigh 28 pounds for every foot of his height. have fallen within the past few days are Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, several small garrisons in Tamaullpas, Lam pazos, Nuevo Leon, and ParraL With the flight of Carranza and tbe entry of the rebel troops into Mexico City, the leaders of the revolutionary movement declare that their mission is practically accomplished and the success of the revolution is assured. They expressed the belief that within a vMlt Carranclstas will admit the loss of the entire northern halt of Mexico. , , "We are beginning where the United States begun In 177," Arturo Kllas, brother of Gen. P. Silas Calles said Sunday night in discussing the revo lution with Americans. "We have followed your example. Before we went into tms tntng we siuaiea we progress of your working classes and we Intend to profit by your example. This revolution was begun in 1S10, vears after von had your freedom. but was suspended because there was not suixicient Birenym ic wie wiuj thA trrnnnf we had to overcome. Never again will Mexico hearken to the dictates of an autocrat. She has shaken off the yoke and Is going to imitate as far as possible tbe progress of the American people in obtaining their xreeaom ana prosperity Message from Obrcgoa. Gen. Obregon sent the following message to governor de la Iluerta, the Obregon junta announced Mon- i "Tacubaya, Mexico, May S. 1020. I take great pleasure in advising you that the capital of the republic was -vacated hurriedly upon noticing the movement of the revolutionary forces which practically were oe sleeinc the city. "A great portion of the forces which constituted the convoy and which escorted Carranza dispersed, and the rear guard was overtaken by General Trevino'a forces, causing them serious losses. "The first forces to enter the capi tal were those of Gen. Sidromio Mendez under direct command of Gen. Trevtno. The troops of my command, which comes from the states of Morelos and Guerrero, reached tbe valley oi .Mexico yes terday afternoon, and today at 1 a. m. (Ms.v S) I arrived here with some military trains, where forces under Gens. Francisco Cosio RobeVo, Gus tavo Ellzondo. Salvador Gonzales, and Benjamin Hill are Joining us. These cenerals have taken active part In the movement through the valley or Mexico. City of Folueo Taken. The detachment which I sent fzom Iguala to the state of Mexico under the command of Gen. Fortu nate Mayeotte asd Francisco FIguroa has captured the city of Folueo. The state of Oax&co joined our movement under the command of Gen. Luis T Morelos on the second instant. I ordered Gen. Morelos at once to advance on to Tehuacan. in the state of Puebla, and to Maltrata, in the state ox Veracruz, in is move ment was so rapid and successful that on the Sth, Gen. Morelos oc cuuled the railroad station of Es- peranza and Maltrata Heights, is the state of Veracruz, placing Bis artillery there to prevent Carranza's convoy proceeding to the state of Veracruz. "Congressman Sanchez and others at Pueblo, Joined our movement and Gen. R. Reyes Marques occupied PuefelsL the canital of the state of Puebia. advising me of It and piacteg nimseir ana nia xorcea uaaer my sew ers. The state of Tamaullpas. Te baseo, and TTaxcala hare also es poused our movement. Dleguez Ia Trapped. "Michoaean forces have Invaded the states of Jalisco and Guanajuato and the Carranza forces which oper ated in tnis last state revolted and joined us. "Gen. Manuel M. Diegnez. with a spares number of troops, is complete ly bottled and his condition is criti cal. "Gen. Francisco Murgula before leaving Mexico City ordered a mas sacre in the Santiago Tlalteloleo penitentiary. Among the victims of tne criminal orderjjXhere were 1 gea erals, Triana, Lechuga, Artlgos, Ce- joao ana oiners, (Signed) "A. Obregon.' . Tells Of ChQnalaa Fall. Travelers arriving In Juarez bring details of the attitude of the captors of Chihuahua City toward Carranza. Gens. Eugenlo Martinez and Joaquin Amaro Issued a proclamation immedi ately following the capture of the city, repudiating Carranza and stating mai me army was urea oi Deing nu mlllated by him and his false pre tences of punishing wrongdoers. Re ports state that the defeneas soetales or home guards also announced their repudiation of Carranza and pledged themselves solely to obey Ignacio Bn riquez, who is commanding; them at present. A Chihuahua report states that 75n riquez will have at least 10,004 home guards under his direct command within a week. Pablo Ayub, a Turkish subject who formerly operated the gambling hall In Juarez, and who with others rs- mained a staunch supporter of ex governor Andreas Ortiz, was robbed of a valuable automobile and all his belongings during an attempt to flee from chihuahua City after Its fall. Ayub with several others were al lowed to leave by the revolutionists, but met with a roving band which was unaiiiea wttn any caiex. Tins band robbed him and his eomnaalons and forced them to return to Chihuahua. Travelers also reported that In Chihuahua the new party has levied "forced loans" upon various wealthy Mexican dozens, nromlsinsr to nav whatever amount Is loaned, lmmedi-. atelv following the establishment of ia permanent government. American business men have not been asked to loan or contribute any funds and have been given eTery protection, these re ports state. TllIBD ON BURGLARY CHARGE. Vleeste Roeers. accused of havlne- burglarlzed the Clary Jewelry store. In the Mills building last month, was on trial Monday in the I4th district court, judge W. D Howe presiding. I "I ' JOIN REELS , HH k-bJifl (Continued from pace 1.)' j R .ft ikU S vfTTW'NSrBIii aKWVjI . . . 1 reF Brail if MfiHutfl - ii a ywL-?SKmim (B-wwef tflf ' 13 Hasass- I Blf'ssiv "whenever I h she wants me I ltza jSzTJzTssasf zTrrjKfV." iSfZtWW J I II II I KM I : r 1 ijp iPos from Hie Grocery store, she heads the list with iTbASIIFS What Wh artists will appear r o is in the cast? You should select the lmtrument for your home just as you choose which opera or theatre or concert you will attend. Naturally you will go' to hear the greatest artists. Just as. naturally you will select the Victola. This is not only because die famous singers and instrumentalists make Victor Records. It is also because the Victrola, and the Victrola aonsy plays their records exactly as they themselves approved their own work and wish it to be heard. sk Victrolas $25 to $1500. Victor dealers every where. New Victor Records on sale at all dealers on the 1 St of each month VICTROLA RE0. U.S. PAT. OFF. Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. Hras&soeark end-tfMLtradeswriSAvaw "terofa- oentsy el our prrrtr-t lock urdtr the lot look en Irs fcba i 9CICR 1MXJHG MfcCMrS OX CmdHUlCJ. PLAN STOCK LI CHANGE Phoenix, Axis May 10. Chan e a (n the livestock laws with particular reference to peddling and Inspection ma7 be suggested to the Arizona Cattle Growers' association when It meets in Flagstaff Jnly 7, according' to a decision reached at a meeting of tbe livestock saxfltary board. It was decided to make a study of the law with a view to submitting a re port at the association. E. H. Crabb. of Flflfffltaff. chairman of the board, said cattlemen par ticularly desire a change in the law bo as to make It necessary for the peddler of beef to bear tbe burden of proof of ownership rather than the state. He also favored a revision of the Inspection law. Cattle are still on the winter ranges, chairman Crabb stated, and will not be moved to the northern ranges until the first of July. He added that losses from loco weed were heavier than ever before. Prank P. Moore, of Courtland, Cochise county, said that in the foot hills of his county loco weed bad caused occasional losses, although the ranges were In good condition. Need of vaccinating cattle this year was stressed by chairman Crabb. who cited the dangers of blackleg. CHIVES COUVn DE.C CRATS TO HOLD P11I3IAR MAT 11 RoswelU N. 1L. May It The Chaves county Democratic primaries will be held In this county on Tues day, May 11. Both; sides have waged an aggressive campaign and the out look is for one of the hardest fought political battles ever known on this side of the state DUUrd ntt '""haves county's soldier candidate for district attornev, has r-ade one of tht most spectacular campaign! e ." seen in Chaves county I' E ALQERME ATFT.STOGKTON Fort Stockton, Texas. May 10. At an election held here recently. E. W. Bennett and H. C Petty were elected to succeed themselves as aldermen. The Democratic county convention in its deliberations unqualifiedly en dorsed the Democratic administration and was especially eulogistic of presi dent Wilson's course and achieve ments The delegates, W A. Hadden and W. H. Bird, were instructed to vote and work for no man who would not be pledged to support president Wilson's administration, but were especially charged to act as a unit for both men and measures commit ted to such endorsement. Q. W. Wil liams and mayor 6. R. Tucker were elected alternates. The Fort Stockton schools close this week and the program fellows Wednesday, May 13, piano recital by Mrs. Routh's class. Thursday night grade exercises and awarding medals, Friday night, graduation exercises and presentation of diplomas by judge O W Williams; Sunday morn ing, baccalaureate sermon, by Cecil H. Lang, pastor Presbyterian church. Music under direction of Mrs. Ronth and Mrs. R. R. Longino. The domes- tic economy department will display its work preceding the grades pro i gram. Final examinations. Thursday, Friday and Monday, the 17th . The Fort Stockton representatives j to the literary and track events at Aaiun. jury Agnes duu. iuio .Ben nett, Theodore Wren. Roy Rooney. Ned Martin, John Laurence, Farris Baker. Claud Downs, Franklin Ste phenson and Keith Heagy. wer ac companied by L R. Powledge and H. H. But. Pearce Leases Theater. James A. Pearce haa leased the Fort Stockton theater and fixtures for two years. Fort Stockton has taken action on bettering the Orient service, and the representative In congress has been asked to ass -t in the matter, and judging from his telegram to Jamee Rooney, he las already been busy and says that an advance of $209,000 to the K. C, M O, $165 too being paid to the Texas end of the road, has been granted. Sure Relief CANDY SPECIAL O-s Our DeHelecs Pkk asd White Cocoanat Caafr, 25c &t lz posse! WEDNESDAY OVLT 7h8 Elite C BRfectJa 1617 G 9. Hot LdBe&n from 1130 to 3 p. so. eery or ezeept Snaday. j "RENEW IT It WITH A HEWITT" t Kodak FlnlsMnc. !0S N Oregon Sheldon Hotel Bids Advertisement. Use Herald Want Ads 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief C 1 . i Tram oaniiaryiiuui. iji Enamel Free If yon bay oae 25c BroA we wifl give away oot-faif piat of Kyaniie Sanitary Floor Enamel ABSOLUTELY FREE, &at w3 be enough to paint a pantry shelf, table, chain, etc. Caa be astd for outside porch floen, pluterri walk, porch ceSags, cement floors, bath rooms or any Bod of pakfag for any kfcd of floors or other woodwork where a high grade fkah U it tired, made ia eight popular colors. Sunset Paint Co. In Portugal if the wifi i ul is1- -literary works without the hunanl' consei r tbu law frees Mm it oil f roi i ii t matr munial othca. u-rc BE LL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION 407 Texas Street MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS. Pfaoae 2551.