El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Thursday, November 25, 1920 Page: 2 of 12
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EL PASO HERALD
New Mexico has recently been In-
cluded in the seven western states of
tns eighth army corps area of the
inited States and troops are being;
organised to be located at various
points in the state. Poor troops of ;
cavalry are being organised one at j
Deming. one at Santa Fs and two i
already organized are being sent J
equipment from the war department!
The national guard is being rapidly
reeruited. according to AdJ Gen. J
James Baca of New Mexico who was
in E! Paso Thtmsday. !
Headquarter? for a regiment of
offlhat ng4neees is -"being organised j
wiiii a Luiunw jiouienjiiji coionei ana
headquarters company the locat!
for the unit uir. va Koin o- rtoU
upon and seadpuarters for regiments
of cjnalry are also being? organised
troop A. at Albuquerque with Capt.
H. R. Crile Jn charge and troop B
at Carlsbad with Capt. F. M. West in
( harge. The headquarters organiza-
tion will include a colonel lieuten-
ant colonel and headquarters troop.
A field artillery nnJt wilt be organ-
ized at Rosweli. according to Mr
ABIE THE AGENT
Abitf Takes A "Thanksgiving" Inventory
(Registered C & Patent Office.)
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Watches Repaired Kerr.
Ail makes even the smallest
Martin JL Seau. Jl . San Antonio.-Adv.
BLANCO CALLS ;
ON MEXICANS :
San Antonio Tex.. Norl SC. Calling
upon the people of Mexico ts Jots aw
ad her- to th "reformiata motement'
a mantfeiBto believed by gorernment
officials to have been dictated by
Lucio B2ancT exCarrancJsta general
and at one time chief of cavalry nnder
Gen. Obregos. was issued here prior
to tM insspncarnncfi or Bianco irora
this- city .boo October . This In-
-formasiott waa officially given oat
when inquiries were made -'as to
Blanco s whereabouts.
Aeofty of tbetnaaifesto is in the
bands of OrflctaiA Blanco is reported
to -iiave 'reentered Mexico near
BrownsvfTle. Government agents say
in .flmiHRsM uatn mated in nortnern
M H .Baals Wltfc tWoolltical and
agrarism feieaatisns t Mttco and nar-
rates in de-tail how' the Oe la Hnerta
faction -gained control-of tbe-gsrern-nent
'Ttio new party promises' to
mcoffais ail national debts and ad-
vocates the establishment of an eight
Hutti ry In Mexico according to- the
mafttfextw. It also announces in faror
fvlo nsfikli tuMbafc of the maintenance-of a large na-
StLjMKi jHtlCtt JMHStf i Monal army to preserve peace and
srner mrougnoui me repnoiic
B "WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE
I THE DIFFERENCE"
I Half ilaafti kpantl.
8 fal color eombina-
1 tions aM wool belt
I lio.oo i
I Worth $15M.
Want to become leader agile. healthy?
See th pttHfei: tk ihadows are to t$rt yon
itt ei stcetra er reason on ot
vejrst. Eat allyou need sale
rcbab: mr salts or eiiomeL
MCttmoidi so tsos-el timet-
JiutaM rORON tabalesand
iwww war miar- .jg t
tuns as aid tdFtedseelfcte SO
ponads (vaatcveb yen need
to) ander nwaefsad txr-
aates. Amaza aU. Beouse
KOREfM tsbvles (proaouicsd jbaVtes) at aay
dnif rtore. Or irritelorTOEE BROCHURE to
Korala Comssny. NP-C8. Sta.X. New Yarc
By G. A. 3IAltTtV.
(Continued Xrom page !)
to -return but daring
We "have been exiled
HURT BY HEAVY
BONDS ON CARS
Every' responsible firm in El Paso
should be doing business with Mexico
and could be doing it but for the pen-
alty the railroads put on the use of
freight cars according to Zach Lamar
Cobb attorney for the Ifexican gov-
ernment In El Paso who talked be
fore the traffic club Wednesday noon
at the chamber of commerce. Mr.
Cobb and Luis Montes de- Oca Mexi-
can consul general here were both
gnests of C. D. Johnson of the Texas
ft Pacific railroad.
Mr. Cobb said that the 129 ban
oharce railroads mak lor th nse .if
reata Make Fortune- 1 fffht ra- in Sfklir was nut of all
"In a. short time I propose to take proportion to the losses and damages.
These amountea to no more man one-
ninth of one percent he said.
Locomotives are being repaired and
put into use in Mexico at the rate of
ten a month the speaker told the
The meeting of the club December s
will be a night session.
the ten years
I have made
business connections m the United
States that now require my attention
here fhr a t irMA? I also have mi chil
dren in 'school here and my wife and
I wish to remain In the United States
to be close to them.
"T ahatl maka freanent trios into
Mexico however on business and to
meet my friendd. I have charge of
the ctcttyitlea on my father's ranches
In Chihuahua and that wHI take me
mucn in co .Mexieok
' - - sir
Gratitude for pretpersss ceadkiess of oar
people ami for precrets safe.
The American people a a whole are acerely thaalfal for the
aay electric coBrevieBcet which hare lesteaed rlredgery is the
hone. We are titaskfol that we hare beea a He to cestribste to
progreMia tkt hone by demomtrafag for El Pateass the woaderfol
work-iarks power of eiecbica! appKaaccs. We are at yeer serrice.
Free Jfioailratioai. Cal aad tee w.
m If eta Aw.
Kill That Cold With
Ifgglecled Colds are Dangeroos
Tk no cWacac KptM atstxfawl temedy bandy for the fim snxxe.
Breaks up A ati in Moos KaSmws
-Grippe in 3 dsys ExceBcat fer Heaiiacbe
if&tot in Otic fatm does oat aflect tbe lMd Casora is beat Tocic
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
ALAMEDA FUEL & GRAIN CO.
Gallup-Swastika Coals y
Dairy Feed Peuliry Feed
30 YEARS OF PRACT1CAI
TO BJHaairi AHJ9
FR J E D K
M E. 8AJT AATOMO ST.
a special carload of my friends from
New Tork Into Mexico to show them
the country. - I contemplate this some
time next sniinr. I want American
'capitalists to pee the' great oppor-
tunities In Mexico. .
There la no place In tn -worm
where n yannjc man who Is will-
fnT to TTorfc. ran iret ahead more
ejvtejtty han In Mexico.
T am now. comparatrrely an old
I lost a .fortune in the revolu
tion hut 1 am ontimfstic I believe
I wiltvet be able to accumulate sosne
weaith before I die If I Hv the- -al
lotted are. I cannot expect to live to
the are of say father even at that.
"My latber la still in xrooa
' rannot fab htm lona' wnlli. as
i he did when In 3t ro but he
ride crery day and he cats writ
I and sleep wri He la able to
f Tvnlk to hlf ear alone and icet tn
1 "The general has not been well
'-since my mother died fdr her death
1 was a great blow to him. He plans
i to take her boor to Chihuahua tor m
i torment In the family cemetery
' Family Not Planed.
If the x -governor re (sects the at-
. tirade of the- family the Terraaas
family acoepts the situation phUooo-
phicalij. without pique lor what nstsv
"The revolatien wan bound to
come he said. MW -did not expect
it when It cams of course but look-
ing back we -can see that it was bat
a natursrl-evotntion - -
"My . father . Is 'now haviuax his
estates nromnectod or water with
a view to cultivating them. It would
ta&e a esraQohi to ifpucK tnem
with calUe.. He m too old to glva
fs estates the attention be gave
tbem until thn time he had to leave
.Mexico. It Is not only possible bat it
la probable (hat the estate will be
divided Into small tracts: and sold to
families for agriculture ST water cab
Wiftbeit to IIVlp Country. .
R is Ybe wlsh or-rtr father in his
last years to do what Ho-can for his
Vrountrr. He is1 a sat ri otic Hexlcan
nd alwaps has boes. He is now try-
roar to una waver ajsa.si it. a xouno.
it will bo a Godsend. Uy the country.
Aortnern aiexioo aeeos saors agricul
tural land. 14 it can be provided food
for the people will be cheaper and
oat for the Terraaas lamlly by
the revoivllenji. most of It wan- '
' Im desrriwtlon. buf that la the -
fortaae of war. We will start
' orer anala."
Mr. Terraxas was told that his own
homo had been ieoted of everything
asuS that- in r was now in use as a
public school buUdins.
Langhlsg.. be saldt ttVes. I
kair. I hadl4o Iflagh. when tbey
tops me now t"c place was loofro.
Excursionists from Kbgals and
Los Angeles en route to the Ob re go n
maognration. will be entertained by
the Jnaros chamber of commerce r ri-
day. The chamber of. commerce of
El Paso will also meet the excursion
ista and assist in eversjfusible way
in nassuu: custom InfaPPctlon . Into
Mexico. Cbampaa-ne and cigars will
be served at the Casino Jaarex.
Seven Carloads ArtsoMR.
There will be seven carloads of the
Arisonans. The laiuornians are sup
posed to have as many.
Five carloads of Artzoaans come
I from- Jfogales aad one each from
Wucson and Phoenix.
The speoai Arjxona trato leaves
'o sales this eveninr and at Tucson
nbciU UP the Tucson ' and Phoenfx
iImmm. maJcin's- no a SDecial train of
aovaa oara ia addition to diner and
The special train leaves Tucson at
12:91 'tonight sad stunild arrive here
tomorrow shortly after 839 as -the
seconu secnon or uie gnnsec umiin.
Alderman R. C. Semple will m- to
Mexico City to attend the inaugura-
tion aad -represent the chamber of
commerce and city. The chamber of
commerce will send documentary
greetings to Gen. Obrgon. More
than 40 signatures to the greeting-)
have been obtained.
SU sAbJed iber&orit In the
path; jiffM Jel?aaadle upon tfic
bed" awd slAt onth 'Tloorr
Jjott 91URaEor! '
TKf b. rafleetin afiiriaifrinf-Kn4li.
Ke said: 1 hatM to-lose my rasora
thssi an-ffldftatelse. I -hsvd an
MsTrfriend an Asisi Him aaxned fisliii
Burns and when-bodied in Chlhua-
ma.- they sold hMvefiocte at auction.
a. r oqgnL ma seven saaora- ne nan
one for each dav tost ' msmanto
of ray friend. Thcjt we the finest
rasors I ever saw. Wbeo I had to
leave. I brought only one. I lost
the other six. Bsrnjr aftl possessed
them for about Jfy ears' and! had had
them over left alttn Host them. Te
one I still haver-a-nsc everv dav. It
is now at least 99 yearn ia use."
m-iror. xerra ta revealed It
the first time the tory of bow-
bis heather Luis happened to re-
main In Chihuahua when the rest
of the famil rifled to the border
with Gen. Mereado and the Hnerta
troopw. at the approach of Pan-
My brother did not stay in Chi-
huahua to look after the Terraxas
estates." said he "My father aad
all of us begged him to come with
us. He refused to lescve. saving he
was a Mexican who had done no harm
to anyone and he was going: to remain
in his country. He said the rebels
would not harm him. ' It grieved my
rather to leave him there but be in-
sisted on staying in the belief that
nobody would hart him.
Few Dins Troop.
EJ Pasoana and the world thoturbt
northern Mexico was full of trooife at.
the time the revolution - broke in
There were but 300 la the en-
tire atate of Chihuahua at the
tlate according fsvr Terraaas
aad Gnillermo Porrns seeretary
of atate under Oori Joer-Maria
Sanchez who warn chief executive
f the state at the time the rrvo- '
Inttou broke. j
ifr Porras la now a. rMMnr nf Wi i
Paso and. like r. Terraxas has faith J
in the new regime in Mexico and '
looks for nrosneritr and coniinuad '
peace in his country. Asked relative
to the military conditions of Chi-
huahua at the time The revolution
broke be said;
"The revolution broke upon us like
storm out of a cleaxakv. An sec
retary of state. 2 received a telegram
from Mexico Citr statins: that It wm
reported that some malcoatents .were
about to cause trouble fff Parral.
i inr unexpectedly.
I wired the iefe fttiWf ten of Parra)
and he replt i that everything was
paeeftfl and mo trouble 'was antici-
pated I wired this to fexir fltw
but got-a reply that there was every
reason 10 oeueve irouoie was aoout 1
to break. I dt snatched 16 soldiers I
from Chihuahua to Parral and before
they fctot there the revolution hud
broken and the own of Parral was
being attacked from a hUl.
"it took hut a few hours fer
the resolution to spread through-
out the state. When it broke.
there were 1W soMlers im the
eirr of ChJhoaawai about 3 or -M '-
' In Juarez r Mb Parral aad
About SO ha Gnerrero.
"Gen. Navarro was 'at once hurried
north with reinforcements but be-
fore he could arrive the country was
overrun with revolutionists."
Thus the great "nilftartatfc arm"
of the Diaz government existed in
name only. Diss had been reputed
to have kept himself In power with
his soldiers vat he had but 300 in
the largest and most difficult state
of access In the est ire federation.
They said "the EM ax power" had
crumbled. Apparently the Diax pow-
er as the faith of the people until
they broke faith with him if the
example of Chihuahua' was an ex
ample' of the condition In the rest
Dnrango Durango Mex4 Nov. 25.
An immense concrete dam is to be
built across tre Rio Chico at the point
known as Boqulllas del Turaxno near
this city. The structure is to be
about 12 fet high by 120 feet in
length and will form a reservoir with
a sufficient capacity for storing
2 . cubic feet of the flood waters
which have heretofore practically
gone to waste as the heavy rains
come at a time whoa they are of bat
little use for Irrigating.
Aside from supplying the city with
water for domestic purposes and for
Irrigating the public parks and pri-
vate gardens and lawns it iff esti
mated that sufficient water can be
"stored for watering 30ao to 40.0
acres of the lower farmine; lands.
To Cut I'p Rig Haefenda.
The Santa Gertrudes one of the
largest rancb.es In the southern part
of the state of Chihuahua is to be
subdivided into small farms and
colonised by the Mexican government.
The haclendo comprises several hun
dred thousand acres of fertile soil
capable of producing abundant crops
of corn wheat beans and cotton as
well as aa extensive area of excellent
grazing lands for stock raisins.
To Subdivide SifT Ranches.
A number of the largest ranches
in the different states are to be pur-
chased by the government and sub-;
divided Into small farms. It is esti-
mated that nearly 5.000.000 acres are !
to be divided into small tracts and j
Torreon. Coakoila. Nor. -I. The
principal r!ntas- companies aad the
Velardena smelter at the Velardena
camp are preparing to close ualeaa
a reduction of taxation on low grade
orn Is mads and the fuel sltnaitoo
James W. Swent. mining engineer
of this state is surveying a num-
ber of new claims in the San Dlroas
district for E. H. Townsend and at-
torney Angel Palacio.
The Santa Domingo mines near
Santiago Papasaaiaro are (being
opened by wealthy ranchers of Gua-
tamape. They are producing- high
grade gold sliver and lead ores.
Alejandro Gil de afontea. Spanish
mining man and an old timer of the
Velardena district has recently taken
v . iu wi -. Kim im m tuac camp.
The new properties are located in the
vicinity of the Santa laea Cneacame. j
Moose and other old shippers which '
are owned principally by Americans.
Joseph E. Tiiunbley is producing
some high grade gold silver and lead t
ores from the Nico Dlmaa del Oral
mines in the Santiago Papaaaniaro I
Engineer Alfredo Trey formerly of
Vapiml has nved with' his family i
to San Juan de GnadahiDe and la on- i
erating several mines In the Reyes 1
district west of there.
la at Hotel Dies where attendant
aay be will recover. He sustained a
broken shoulder broken leg and
LtW Your Order
onkr cf fine
gagagsnaosV onfaty tnWwttivoacB
gaiES aad throoah wtm f or dw r
gSgSBBHH Unint-riH'TiTl f-T"
aJH sap?" o
S-hfilS. w.v.Uao Tsamntaft
Jr fntt MOSiJ
ns your Ttw9nUMwui. wa-
TOO AY- gegSnTZSSlfSg
An elephant's skin
usually over aa inch
TAKE PRESCRIPTION A 2S5I
A coostttottoaal trertment for rheumatism
aad goet. It nsuhte tht -lcroin de-
posit which zvt the poinAil owelUns: at
thejoints and dmrea the urie acid from the
arstera m us sioca ISM. Sold tr leadinc
dmcSiats or aent poatpaad for SI A
U. S. BANKERS ASK RELEASE
OF SEIZED GERMAN CAPITAL
Bv I) A VI 11 IaWKEXCB.
tCentinaed from page 2.)
Mexican Revenue Bill
Withdrawn On Demand
Washington. D. Not. is. The
revenue bill and budget recently pre-
pared by the Mexican treasury de-
partment was withdrawn because nf
the nenular outcry. oartieularlT
yiw.r the proposed income tax. The
bill as subtnlttee; abrocated a number
of extslting tun. includiK theatamp
tax on sale that date back to co-
lonial times '
The income tax provision eauea tor
four nereent rate on all raeomee
over 13S pesos a year aad was ex
pected to yield 27(fII pesos. Af
ter WltncraWM OX uie OX ouiwwi
AlvaraVlp. minister of hacienda. Israed
. .tateaaent. deelarDisr that no In
come tax provision wTIl be included
in the revenue bill."
WILL COLONIZE. IN MEXICO
hOLSHEVlST HELD IX JIAHKC.
Baltaxar Fernandez Cue. alleged
Mianaruc irom Mexico nas arnreti
fo Jnareg ia custody of two if ex lean
policemen from Mexico City. Cne is
waiting- Investigation by United
&U&&MtM&riti9pikp4 there is donbt
rbether- he Wul be allowed to enter
ibis country- According to govern
ment oniciais cue nas written a num
ber of articles of a Bolshevik nature.
Vrnolk What Yoa Need to Btifd
You Up and Give Yob SU ej;th
Because it is a non-secret scien
ua aDinauon ol tae most sne-
eessfnl tonics known Cod Liver
and Beef Pep tones Iron Xnx
v omica and ilvpopiiospaites.
It enriches the blood with thou
sands of red Mood corpuscles
quickens the circulation 'creates
a beartv appetite and imnaata
strength and rigor to everj part
Phvs khans Prescribe
aad Btnggistt Recommend
It Does All We Claim
or Coite Yoa Nothing
TTashinartnn. B C- ' Nov.
rancements for settlemettC or more
than; rt.W Russian Xenmonites in
(he states at Campeche.. Tabasco and
Oaxaca. Hex. belore the -first or the
raar have teen made according to
Advices 'rem Mexico City. The pre-
aariea were aarsea to
reprssesitauves or tne atennuuiies
Gea- Antonio VUhueaL
Taas-oasmista oxtw to surolvue gov-
ernment land and Be given the right
to conduct their own schools and
teach their own language and re-
ligion'. XKVV VI CH CONSUL.
Torreon. Coahuila. Jfex Nov. Zt.
Harry V. .Pasuoa recently from El
Paso has arrived la Torreon to act
as 'vise United. States consul here nn-
der consul Donaldson- The consul-
ate baa recently moved into new
quarters near the Flasa.
ATTENDS FUNERAL OF
MOTHER IN NEW YORK
Jeremiah F. DrtocplL - manager of
the International BrMrcttnany of SI
Paso is In Boston where he attended
tkotssenl a Ms mother. Mrs. Brid
get DriscoTI following her death
thdre November IS.
raent of such credit In favor of Ger
many wmcn mignc tend to give Ger-
many raw materials -that France for
example may be inTlsee te get but is
uuoib to so so pjiuiouc similar credit
arrangements is hand to say.
Free To IMserlmlataa..
The American governaaeat. however.
is free to discriminate in favor of
uermany. or to establish trade rela-
tions in any way that may seem de-
sirable at the moment. iac the de
test or tne peace treaty the associa-
tion with the allied are vera meats has
suffered more r leas aad the ten-
dency among expevtsa-s has been to
trade wherever possible .without
thought of war ssxred.
The expected- coolness ta trade re-
lations a symptom of which was the
agitation against the purchase of
German toys has atot developed and
England aad Praiaee-are trading with
America has been handicapped In a
resumption of trade by the detest of
the peace treaty. Bat the movement
of the New Xork bankers to establish
a oasis or credit lor flrriann pur-
chases ia believed to he the first step
towsrd a general reaswal of trade
relathws with Germany. It is esti
mated that If the 4M.Ma of se-
enrallear owned by. the Germans and
held at present by the alien property
custodian are invested in the new syn-
dicate a basis of credit amounting to
approximately &SM..ts may be
German companies er corporations
approved by the German government
would be -eraaesed te bay saoda.witb
that eredit and. the hep the or-
ganisers of the syndicate ft that
large sjaaatitte ml Amarlsjsjn . goods
may as a asnafigseace proanatiy Iron
a market m eentrat ejsrspe.
Altboags. senator Harding has not
replied to the request for a confer-
ence hla close friends represent him
as ready .to disease the waste situa-
tion . care fully aad to give such as-
surances as may be possible under the
circumstances to -forward the plan
for a bettarment of trade relations
with tEdrope. Copyright. 1920. .by
MAN--IS HURT SEVERELY
... .BY BLAST AT QUARRY
Iojaard Vasouex. . injured when
struck by falling rocks caused by a '
blast at the B. P. & S. V. rock quar-
rles 110 miles northwest of El Paso.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
On this two-day special we are offering you men's
Brown Kid and Calf leathers in Blucher and Lace
pattern English and high toe last. V aloes from
$9 to $12.00
NOTICE TO STREET CAR PATRONS
. CAR FARE 6C
Effective1-Friday November 26thjw-1920
car fare ivill be 6c for a'dults ahd-3c for
children under twelve.
Service will be greatly facilitated If pass-
engers will have exact fare ready when
entering the car. .
Yours very truly
EL PASO ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Alba H. Warren Manager.
Display Center Case. AU Sales Find
214 E. SAN ANTONIO
THE PRJCE SHE PAYS
There is hardly an American wo-
man non a days who can keep pace
with ths demands aiade upon her time
and energy without paying the pen-
alty of ill-health. It may be that
dreadful backache drasrgins; pains.
headaches nervousness or the tortures
of a displacement it ft' 'the price she
pas. To women in this cond't n
Lydia K. Ptnkhara s Vegetable Com
pund comes as a boon and'a bless-
ing. A simple remedy mad from
roots and herbs which brings glorious
health to suffering nomen- d
j By Jingo I
I Jack Frost Says I
I DnyyMirCOAL I
where you get full weight and good I
I Phone 7800 I
I WEST TEXAS FUEL CO. I
WITH CASU ORDERS WE GIVE GREEX TRADING STAMPS- I
Little Savings Account Says
' Today is Thanksgiving
- That? of ytw who Kay saved a
part of your income during the
past year have somethiBjc real to
be thankful for.
Start a Savings Accmmt how aSd""
ext Thanksgiving: ytm will enjoy
yourself much sre.
sa . - ' ' i-'Tt
"YOUR KIND OF A BANK."
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