El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 6, 1919 Page: 2 of 16
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EL PASO HERALD
8000 to Replace American
Soldiers Now in Russia
Wanted Says Order.
Washington D. C. May C. Orders
were issued today by the war depart-
fnr the recruiting of 8000 men
replacement troops for
To El Pasoans
Colonel OH58th Infantry
Declares Reception Was
American soldiers now In Siberia.
A replacement detachment will tie
o.aniM at San Francisco and tte
iroops wiH be sent forward In units
of 500 each as they become awllable.
Only men with previous military ex-
pedience will bt accepted.
The nlstmt.-r.:s for service both In
tr:a and Europe have been extenc-
. i to the Hawiian islands and ihe
''."air.a canal Z"ne Trose desiring; to
- - c as replacements for the arn
t the Rhine
i-np Meade 34d
TWO AVIATORS KILLED IN
CRASH NEAR HOUSTON TEX.
Ho istoru Tex.. May 6 Lieut.
Mjcke. of Cleveland O.. and Lieut.
...iddork of San Diego. Calif. were
at Deer Park near Houston
Phoenix. Ariz.. May 6. Got. Thos.
E. Campbell emphatically states his
belief that the salt of the earth is to
be found in largest measure right
among the people of El Paso "It was
simply wonderful." he explaimed.
i "how those people turned out in hos-
pitality toward the l5Sth a regiment
I that was not of their own home folks
yet i73.a treated as such.
1 "My own reception was r-.ore than
anyone could have expectea.
FLY OVER CITY
El Paso and Boosts
The Liberty Loan.
(Continued from page I.)
be sent first
The Herald I want to express my
thanks as well as those of Mrs
Campbell who had a mighty pleasant
tim on her own account. It was good
to rree' such a fine lot of people pa-
triotic helpful to the soldiers and so
wonderfully progressive in a civic
"There is another point." continued
the governor; "it is that Arizona's
thanks are due to Gen Erwln and his
eff cient staff of officers for the speed
with which the 15fith was demobollsed.
I I know there was no sleep around the
I itAmAKuli.itlAn nfftr f.ir St I9St One
Jav when h-ir airplanes felL There night simply that the Arizona men
as no witnpses u the accident the ( might be sent home to their families
i todies and the wrecked planes ( a day earlier than would have hap-
a '-? found by passing mo-. pened in the ordinary course of
e dead aviators who Co p Saltmarsb of the 158th
1 at K'lincton field had nere the guest of the governor also
"ed this afternoon. J praised Pass City hospitality. "Out
reception was royai oTemneimiBg
! he said. "My tetanies ana inose oi
every man of the regiment are due
El Paso people."
Dr. S. A- SehButer eye. ear. nose
II and tnroat. troviaence nospuas duuu-
' xkn& it;
Union Suits .....
Shirt or Drawers.
A GUT ECONOMY BE-
CAUSE OF EXTRA WEAR
The Berg Co.
304 E. Overland St.
"After a trip to Kilauea. tie active
volcano of Hawaii my Nealin-soled
shoes were the only ones not abso-
lutely ruined. Many in our party
wore hob-nailed boots." said Miss Jean
P. Lane of Seattle WashingtoB.
The afaarD jagged lava of KSauea
i ents an ordinary sole to nieces quickly.
tfjl OCi That NeoJin Soles stood the test but
P X emphagpg their toughness and dur-
Cn ' ability. These qualities are built into
tj X 0J them by a scientific process. -Women
C n and men and children too who are
. . OUC hard on shoes should buy them with
7C- Neofin Soles. They come in many
i Ol styles and because of the extra wear
OC - j they give are a great economy.
... aWdWt And any repairman will re-sole your
worn shoes with Nefihn Soles which
Save ifee j are flexible and waterproof as well as
long-wearing. They are made by The
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Afcron
j Ohio who also make Wingfoot Heels
guaranteed to outwear all other heels.
Follmer. both with distinguished ser
vice crosses. Lieut Puryear was the
rtret American aviator to escape from
Terrain captivity during- the war. he
having been captured after he defeat-
ed a German aviator and subsequent-
ly found his own machine disabled.
Addfnjc More Talent.
Attached to the squadron also is a
recruiting: staff under the command
of I.ieut. Col. A. J. Han Ion. whose
Through 1 work d urine- the campaign trip
mroufrn neany every state west or
the Mississippi river has resulted In
many new men be ins; sent to the fly-
nis school at Rockwell field Calia
The recruits are not being; taken with
the squadron. The other members of
the recruiting; stair were Lieut. T. J
Brinker. cadets D. F. Cardiff and A.
The Route Sheet.
The "flying: circus." since April 9.
touTd cities in the states of Cali-
forna. Nevada. Utah. Idaho. Oregon.
nasmnion. wvomina;. Montana. Ne-
braska Colorado. New Mexico and
Texas and they are due for Arlroni
Th next stop will be at Tucson. Aria.
and then Phoenix after which they will
rftarn to their atntlon at Rockwell Field.
Calif. belsf dn !hw May 16th.
Plana to entertain tbe officers of tta
txjaadron and thone officer arcompanylnr
th-m wer settled for tonlcht. the ntr-
taiamnt bfng a dinner and dan at the
Country o'ob rommenrlnr at 7:J0 p. m..
at which all members of the Hub will
be Invited aa well aa their whres and
risend Manv prominent citizen of Kl
Psso will be guests at this reception. A
reception will be tendered the 5 or more
enlisted men at the Khaki dob at t
p. m ondc- th ansplces of the War
Camp Community Service.
In the TrBew
The machine compoalaar the eirm
were: Two "Fokkera" eamouflaa-ed green
and drab: two "Spads dark olive lth
red white and bine striped tails: two
S B. 5a" black: five Curtlss one red
one blue one white and two yellow
The Cnrtlfs machines had various em-
blems painted on the bodies such aa Uncle
Sam hat and IndKn heeds. The two
Fbkker were surrendered to the Ameri-
can forces directly after the armistice
DECIDES TO ABANDON SIX
TEXAS FLYING FIELDS
Waahlnirton. D. C star S Orders
for new airplanes soon will be placed
by the war department to prevent
complete collapse of the airplane
manufacturing capacity built up dnr-.
ne tne war rne macnines to be or
dered will be of advanced tvnea de
veloped from war experience and de
signed by engineers working; under
HERE FOR ARIViy
Big Chance Ahead for Men
Who Want to Join
"Never before In time of peace hare
so many men been enlisting In the
army" said Lieut CoL R. F. Anderson
at tbe local army recruiting- station.
"We accepted 12 men in tbe El Paso
day. either by passage of the Mc-1 office alone yesterday and expect
irour ur lnem re lntro-
Entertains! Hiicprl: Session Ts LiWv
To Be Short.
Austin Tex. May The legislature
conened today on the second day of
its special session with every pros-)
i pect that the soldier voting proposi- I
tlon would be disposed of during the
Nealus bill or of some of the three
other bills introduced yesterday all
bearing on the same subject and vary-
ing slightly from the McXealus bill
There was one exception. The bill
introduced in the house by represen-
een more today because the flying
circus will undoubtedly stimulate In-
terest in the air service.
"In this service hi the greatest op-
portunity of the day because of the
ifft that the army Is now the only
i place where a man can be trained In
Wtive John Davis of Dallas was iden- he nylnB anj building of aircraft.
ucai iin me mea.ure pui iitigm Tk Aircraft Manufacturing aasOCIS'
senate by Mr McNealus. tmn states that It wiU be about three
years before aircraft manufacturing
will be on its feet but at that time
It will be enlarging and dereloplng
and will require men who are ex-
The house bills after Introduction.
were referred to the committee on
privileges suffrage and elections. In
the bill introduced by representative
made perjencea flyers or mechanics at their
own price. 1U1D n'Cj caui "
; the army."
Lieut. CoL A. A. King Is inspecting
I the stations at Albuquerque. Gallup
'and Raton. N. M.
The following were we uvctww.
Pope of Nueces provision is
that widows of soldiers may vote
without pa)ment of poll tax as Ions
as they remain unmarried.
The house by a vote of SO to 20.
went on record late yesterday as op
posed to the introduction by the gov
ernor of any legislation other than j .. nts yesterday: Miguel M.
the four subjects already brought up. ;G5m.iea Augustine llandonado.
These include soldier voting the Blue M. Oandelarlo. Sllverio Guerra.
Ridge farm matter primary lfta- ! ceorgi oTsreake. Arnold Adams. Ve-
nlt Herrara. uiemeni v. n
Telesfero Badtllo. Frank U Ram Ires.
Arthur L. Baggerly. Nestor G. AUnen-
gor. all of El Paso.
of control bill to make it operative
The session will therefore probably
be not more than ten days long-
Representative Thomason of Hunt
pESSinw iSraSf. and STAGE IS SET FOR GERMANY
for nominations by a majority.
The house yesterday passed two
bills one appropriating $69000 for
TO SIGN PEACE AGREEMENT
(Continued from page 1.)
fh'I ..""rhTr'ir tending the meeting of the council I of
speaker k. el Thomason of 1 Paso
announced tbat it would be good puD-
350 Pairs Mens Oxfords
On Sale at
Only $3. 95 the Pair
All Leathers and Styles Represented
ThQ nlp consists of 350 pairs of Men s Oxfords
1 tllb kJULV and bTohen lines some discontinued lim
token lines some discontinued lines but
all of ihem from our regular slock. No "Sale Goods" and while
we do not haoe all sizes in each kind you will be able io get filled
in some of ihe styles and make splendid savings on eoery pair.
legislature and the other carrying ;Zrr: raiSsr visited the ho-
appropriation for contingent l-1 ."r W"t tternoon ino
lie policy to appoint as pages the sons
or wiaows or sons or military men.
Tw lrepct on tnlv. Land.
Representative Malone of Tarrant
county today introduced a concurrent
resolution In the house to authorise
the land commissioner to issue per-
mits for prospecting for minerals on
university lands without such lands
having been surveyed and without field
notes. The object of the resolution is
to cut out much of tbe red tape now In
operation said Mr. Malone. In the 1s-
iiinir of permit to prospect on such
touched ground but was soon blown
conditions more favorable than those
existing during tbe war.
Actinir secretarr Crowell disclosed
the department's plans In this respect
in explaining tbat It had been decided
to abandon Barron call carruthers.
Love Rich and Taliaferro fields.
Texas: Payne field. Mississippi: Gerst-
ner field. Louisiana: Taylor field. Ala-
bams and Eberts field. Arkansas.
These fields are now being used to
DESTROYER SENT TO AID
FLIGHT HAS GONE AGROUND
My Combination Offer
I Certainly Picked Some
J AGGERS-WAIiACE now selling at $2.50.
and will sell at $10.00 before Saturday
UNITED OIL now selling at $20.00. I said
buy at $8.50. '
PRUDENTIAL PETROLEUM selling here
for $1.50 and wires tonight indicated
selling at Port Worth at $3.00. I sold'
my customers at $1.00.
LEON RIVER ROYALTY I told you to buy
at $L50 now selling at $4.00.
RANGER-BURK I told you to buy at $1.00
Looks like a hundred to one shot.
KING EIGHT is on the sand I predict a
My advice is to buy JAGGERS-WALLACE at
the market price today. WERE me your orders.
P. J. McKeown & Company
"Nothing to Promote But Service."
Members El Paso Stock Exchange.
Basement First National Bank Building
Phone 2391. El Paso Texas.
Trepassy. N. F.. May (. The de-
stroyer Foote one of the flotilla as.
sembled here In connection with the
American navy department's trans-
Atlantic flight went hard aground
here early today. Naval officers said
the ship was in no immediate danger
And that they boned to float her at
high water as soon as the weather
j The destroyer Maddox also drifted
i ashore but her plight was not con-
jsidered serious end she was expected ' they were flying dived into
to be floated soon. Tne tan Ker Hlsao hydrogen gas tank.
THIRD FLIGHT OVER SIERRA
NEVADAS TO BE ATTEMPTED
Ban Francisco. Calif.. May (.The
proposed flight of three armv alr-
i planes from Sacramento to Ogden. be
ginning tomorrow win be the third
flight trg army airplanes over the
Sierra Nevada mountains if successful.
On Mirch 21 three airplanes left
Mather field and flew to Carson City
In the first successful flight over the
Sierras. Two of them returned to
Mather field March S3 with Gov. Em-
mett D. Boyle of Nevada as a passen-
ger. WEATHER DELAYS START OF
II C TAVSATI AHTir PI IHHT
Ne'w'york. May . The proposed ! war were to attend the ceremony.
start today 01 tne navy aepartmeai s
trans-Atlantic flight by way of Hall-
fax was postponed shortly after
ocloek this morning because of ad-
verse weather conditions.
tel de Crlllon In the afternoon and
held conferences with the entire
American delegation. He also saw
Herbert C. Hoover admiral Benson
and other experts and disposed of
many minor problems the solution of
which had been delayed.
The Chinese delegation to the
peace conference Is displaying
great dlsaatlfaeild at the an-
nOHnred settlement of the Shan-
tung problem. While the Chinese
preeably will net refne to sbra
the pence treaty. It appears likely
they vrill sign It vrlth reserva-
tions. The Chinese delegation to the peace
conference has appealed to president
wtiMn (a intercede with the confer
ence officials to have China Included
among the powers permitted to at-
tend the presentation of the peace
treaty to the Germans at Versailles
tomorrow. The name of China Is not
on the list of the 13 states so priv-
ileged. Tbe official list of the countries to
be represented Is:
The Tnlted Slstes. Great Bri-
tain and her dominions. France.
Italy. Japan. Belgium. Brail!.
Servln. Greece Toland rortngal
Tlumaafa and Cx-echo-SIovaklaf
It will be noted that both China and
Slam are omitted from this list as
likewise are seven of the I-ailn-Airerican
states which actually de-
clared war upon Germany. The list
waa drawn on the theory that only
those of the powers which had ren-
dered efficient aM la prosecuting the
NATAL FLYERS KILLED.
New York. May 8. Ensign Hugh
J. Adams of Pittsburg snd chief ma-
chinist's mate Harold Corey of Scran-
ton Pa. were Instantly killed at the
Ro'kaway Beach naval air station
Monday when the machine In which
We Will Sell "
ONLY THE BEST QUALITY STEER BEEF
AT OUR MARKET 710 E. SAN ANTONIO ST.
If you appreciate good meat we can please you.
Home-Made Bread Pies Cakes and Pastries.
ALL OVER TOWN.
Baker Asks Each Soldier
Write a heller Home On
Mother's Day May 11th
Washington. I. C May .-The
nemoaal reouest of secretary .Baker
thaTSch officer and soldier In Jbe
army write a letter home ? Mother's
day May 11. "In recognition of the
a - . -Z. I ik. mothers of
ble America played te making the world
I PJlemocracy.- was conveyed
todav to the commanding generals 01
an the departments by the adjutant
HlchreT of the Charleston navy yard.
was drowned and pilot Hl
ouily injured In the fill of a navy
hydroplane Into the Savannah rival
near here today.
ff V &JJL hJs&X.
Jaggers-Wallace OH Corpora.
Ilea. l.-ee barrels dally produc-
tion In Bnrkbnrnett.
Think It Over
Iear. Block 71. one t!e
treat of Httrk-AYagffoner. two-thlrd-
of a mile noalh of Par-
ker well nerr on tbe rand
Think It Over
This company will pay 26 per-
cent dividend In the near future
and aa additional 180 percent
dividend. This from Informa-
tion which emanates from the
THINK IT OVER.!'
Offer a Larger Bleek at
THINK IT OVER!
Kail Your Order Today.
Lobby XXotel Savoy.
Member El I'aio Stock Exchange
THE TEXAS OIL FIELDS
MADE FORTUNES for poor
men. who were wise enough to
grab the acreage when prices
were low. They made their
money in buying LEASES OF
3 ROUND not stocks.
RANGER AND BURKBURNETT
leases were bought a year ago
for a few dollars now they sell
for thousands Why? Because
then they thought there was oiL
NOW THEY KNOW.
BUT LEASES NOW IN MCCUL-
LOCH COUNTY TEXAS.
Ten wells are producing otl now.
Fifty shallow and 24 deep test
wells going down.
SURELY WISE OIL MEN
WOULD NOT spend fortunes
drilling hre unless the pros-
pects are good.
JKSS WILLARD and TEX
R1CKARD own oil leases In
Mcculloch county that joins
We will sell a FIVE-YEAR
COMMERCIAL LEASE on an
acre of ground which ts about
the size of a city block for
IOC MI" ST BUY NOW.
Every nell brought in around
us forces U9 to raise the price
of our acres.
WELLS are expected In every
day. Then the prices of these
acres will go up. We believe
that these lessee will be worth
S25.00 to 1100.00 or more an
acre in 60 daya
INFORMATION Our property
is located in the PENNSYL-
VANIA FORMATION according
to reports of eminent geologists.
Buv a lease on an acre for your-
self and the other members of
PROVIDENT OIL A LEASE CO
4I WHE1T BLDG.
FORT WORTH TEXAS.
The United State. R. B. Admlntotxa-
Hon. th American National Red Cross
lm vrLhii.ston. D. C. and leading
-Sercaiuii aa? M.numetnrlna H
tnrV" tT us. RKT.ISTKRKO C1IEM-
ICALWBBE PKOTOD CHECKS.
Leading Basks rectmmend them.
Todd Protectocraph Sales Co-
Sheldon Hotel Bldg. Phone it.
The Federal 0U &
Ask you to read this statement
You are looking for a safe Oil
Investment. You are going to
invest in oil Securities that
have stability and dividend
We gave a three-day demon-
stration at 1st S. El Paso street-
showing how we make S per
cent more gasoline per barrel
of oil than any other process.
Your leading dtlaens with
your Chamber of Commerce
have investigated us ssk them.
When you think of Oil Invest-
ments say FEDERAL. When
you want gasoline with the GO.
You must remember we hare
one plant operating one under
construction and TWO more
nlants will be built this year.
Four hundred aad seventy-eight
acres valnable leases wm com-
mence drlllln- rlrnt away. We
have declared one 1 per cent
dividend and expect to nay two
more 10 per cent dividends this
You can until May 15th 1SH.
stm buy our stock at par SI
per share: after MlT 15th thm
stock win be advanced to 15."
per share. Bwv now. Can to-
day at our offices rooms 19-11
E.J. Broad Agent
First Natl Bldg.
$7 to $10
Gel your size "while
the gelling is good"
auAnr ft tuio'9 .
No Exchanges or
Every pair carefully
Just the seasonable
time for low shoes and
at this low uniform
Moslem Agent of Italian
Propaganda Slays Gutm
Patriot of North Epirus
Saloslkt Greece. May . Dr. Guwl
who for Ss years had worked for the
deliverance of northern Epirus from
the Turks and for Its union with
Qreece was assassinated several days
ago at Eorttsa by a Moslem. Tbe
funeral which was attended by 1.
persons according to dispatches to
the Athens News agency resolved
Itself into a manifestation In favor of
The commander of the Irrench mili-
tary forces in Korltsa and three
Americans there attended the funeral.
The assassin who was named Ibra-
him and who is said to have been
assisted by two others tbe dispatches
declared. Is an. agent of Italian propa-
ganda in northern Epirus. It is
asserted that the Italians have been
inciting the Moslems against the
GOVERNMENT SELLS FOUR
ARMY CAMPS FOR $548009
Washington. D. C May . Sale of
eight national guard and four miscel-
laneous camps for a total of $5-4800
was announced today by the war de
partment. The bidders assumed all
are rtajms against the. govern-
Famous Old Naoy Ships
May Be Placed In Park
At National Capital
WashizictoD. X. C- May C PIm
for bringing two famous old ships of
the nary the Constellation and the
Hartford to Washington to be set on
permanent concrete foundations in the
tidal basin in Potomac park.' and thus
preserved are being considered by
actios; secretary Roosevelt in connec-
tion with a survey now being made of
the Hartford for repairs. It is ex-1
pected the survey board will recom-
mend that a newer vessel than j
admlraFarragT2t's flagship be placed1
as receiving; ship at tbe Charleston!
navy yard. The Constellation is at
Newport. K. L. and she and the Con-
stitution at tbe Boston yard are the
only survivors of the navy of revo-j
lutlonary days. 1
MINISTER FLEES BUDAPEST !
AND JOINS COUNTER REBELS j
Budapest Hungary May ft. (By As-1
sociated Press.) Former food min-
ister Con bo i. of the soviet govern-!
ment has fled from this city with his!
family and has joined the counter
revolution lots. Reports state that he;
has declared he abandoned Bolshe-
vism because "Be La Kun acted like a
Caesar and would not take advice."!
r - fnrn reported within Z9
miles of this city.
sbonld be carefully watched and sot
permitted to become irregular. But dc
not punish the children with sicken
lag. nauseatinc calomel or castor oel
Sivc them LAMARIXE WAFERS the
deal laxative that tastes like candy
sad acta without the slightest unplea-
utness. Sold by drug stores; at thirty
cents a box.' Be sure to set
LAMAR PTE WAFERS.
Lamarine Laboratories Atlanta. 6a.
OF EL PASO
Bttro- Phosphate sheald gtva yoa a nrti't
steady increa of nrm. heaJthy flh eah
day. It np?:. s essential substance to
the frratB aad nerves tm the active form
ba which It normally ocesra ta the living
cells of the bJy. Bltr-Phosphate
p!sces nerve waste aad rrMti'i nti
treniTth nd n-rsy Sold by druxjlats
under dflntt svarantee of results or
money hack. Adv.
Ranger Burk is FAR OVERSOLD. We ask the patience and in-
diligence of all those whose orders have been received either direct or
through brokers. Additional clerks are busy making out and check-
ing the certificates and they will go ou( as FAST as HUMANLY pos-
sible. Meanwhile it has been impossible to get authentic reports from
the fields because of the intense excitement which prevails. A big
well was reported in today. Stock of that particular company ($1.00
a share par) sold in 1 Paso today at $20.00 a share.
The officers of RANGER BURK can only thank the public again
for its wonderful support and to REITERATE its promise of QUICK
and EFFICIENT ACTION and to express again their PROFOUND
BELIEF that RANGER BURK will quickly join the BIG DIVIDEND
Ranger Burk was a GOOD buy on the basis of its original 1090
ACRES in FOUR FIELDS. It became a GREAT BUY when it ac-
quired its new properties West and Northwest of Burkburnett. Huge
increases in the value of these have taken place but all orders have
RANGER BURR'S LUCK belongs to its STOCKHOLDERS to
whom its present and future success will be largely due.
429 First National Bank Building. El Paso
GEO. D. ELLIOTT. RALPH DIMMITT
President. 2nd Vice President.
L. E. LOCKHART F. J. GARRETT
1st Vice President. Secretary-Treasurer.
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