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II THE I
By MJJEtT ROBERTS
The paper was the one he had found
among Arnold Armstrong's effects,
and I recall it again:
by altering tho plans for
rooms, may be possible. The best way,
in my opinion, would be to the plan
for In one of the rooms chim
ney. "I think I understand," I said
slowly. "Some one is searching for
the secret room, and the invaders "
"And the holes in the plaster "
"Have been in the progress of
"Or her investigations."
"Her?" I ashed.
"Miss Innes," the detective said;
getting up, "I believe that somewhere
in the walls of this house is hldaen
fsome of the money, at least, from the
Traders' bank. I believe, just as sure
V, that young Walker brought home
from California the' knowledge of
something of the sort, and, failing in
liis effort to reinstall Mrs. Armstrong
and her daughter here, he, or a con
federate, has tried to break into the
house. On two occasions I think he
"On three, at least," I corrected.
And then I told him about the night
"before. "I have been thinking hard,"
I concluded, "and I do not believe the
man at the head of the circular stair
case was Dr. Walker. I don't think he
could have got in, and the voice was
Mr. Jamieson got up and paced the
floor, his hands behind him. t
"There is something else that puz
zles me," he said, stepping before me.
"Who and what is the woman Nina
Carrington? If it was she who came
here as Mattie Bliss, what did she
,tell Halsey that ,sent him racing to
Dr. Walker's, and then to Miss Arm
strong? If we could find that woman
we would have the .whole thing."
"Mr. Jamieson, did you, ever think
Company Eeponsible foT
. Messages Taken Over
San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 14. An, interesting-
opinion was handed down by the
fourth court of civil appeals in the case
of C. H. Gore, appellant, vs. the West
ern Union Telegraph company, appellee,
from El Paso county.
According to the opinion, if a tele-
graph company accepts a message over
the telephone for transmission by wire
to another point it cannot claim exemp
tion from liability for error by reason
of the conditions printed on the back of
a telegraph blank. The count holds that
the agent in the office taking the mes
sage over the telephone acts as agent
for the company and not for rthe sender,
as in the case of. a message tendered al
ready written out on a blank and sent
to the office by a messenger boy.
The decision holds that the company
is not obliged to accept messages over
the telephone, but that if it does, it is
just as much 'responsible as if they were
sent to the office.
The case grew out of on error made
over the telephone in giving the mes
sage. On March 8, 190S, Mrs. Ada John
sou, sister of C. H. Gore, telephoned a
message ito the Western Union office nt
Austin. The message read: "Mrs. C. H.
Gore, Chihuahua shops, Chihuahua,
Mexico: Your mother dead. Wire If you
can come Immediately. Lula," Testi
mony showed that the company had sent
the message to Chihuahua "street" In
stead of "shops''
The jury in the trial court returned a
verdict for the defendant under instruc
tions from the judge.
The appellate court reversed .the de
cision of the lower court and remanded
the case for another trial.
MILLIONS SPENT IN
New York Uses the Bif?get Sum Sur
vey of Year's Worlc Gives In
New York, Jan. 14. Based on reports.
gathered from all parts of the uniteu
States, the National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis
issues a bulletin in which it is stated
that $S,1S0,621.50 was expended during
the year just closed by the various in
terests fighting consumption in the
United States. The bulletin, which is
preliminary to a longer report, shows
that in the year 1909 over 10,000,000
pieces of literature were distributed,
and that 117,312 patients were treated
and assisted by the sanatoria? dispen
saries and antituberculosis associations.
By far the largest amount of money
spent during the past year was for the
treatment of tuberculosis patients in
sanatoria -and lfcspitals, 5.292,289.77
being expended in this way. The anti
tuberculosis associations spent $97o
889.56 the tuberculosis dispensaries and
clinics, $640,474.64, and the various mu
nicipalities, for special tuberculosis
work, spent 1,111,967.53. J
New York state leads in the anti
tuberculosis work dorib during the past
vear, having spent more money, distrib
uted more literature and treated more
patients than any other state. Pennsyl
vania comes next and Massachusetts is
third The next seven states are Illi
nois, "Maryland, New Jersey, California,
Colorado, Connecticut and Ohio. The
following table shows the work done in
these ten states: ...
state Expenditures, treated.
New York ........ 1,669,179.76 41,779
Pennsylvania ...-- 1.515.664.02 24,410
Massachusetts 1.059,123.a3 10,64o
Illinois 202,820,53 1,826
Marvland 195,691.07 5.829
Ohio .....- 245!502.17 3.197
New Jersey - 211,660.62 2,159
Colorado .. 566,205.17 3,229
California" 254,707.14 1.900
Connecticut 220.190.98 1,141
The Meanest Man In Town
Is the one who always weara a frown, Is
cross and disagreeable, and is short
and sharp in his answers. Nine cases out
of 10 it's not the poor fellow's fault, it's I
feel so miserable, he can't help being
disagreeable. Are you in danger of get
ting ihto that condition? Then start at
once taking Ballar-i's Herbine for oar
liver the safe, sure and reliable vege
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Copyright 1S08 by the Bobbs-B&errlll Co.
(Continued From Yesterday),
that Paul Armstrong might not have
died a natural death?"
"That is the thing we are going to
try to find out," he replied. And then
Gertrude came in, announcing a man
below to see Mr. Jamieson. 0
"I want you present at this inter
view, Miss Innes," he said. May
Riggs come up? He has left Dr.
Walker and he has something he
wants to tell us."
Riggs came into the room diffident
ly, but Mr. Jamieson put him at his
"She Walked All Around the House
First, Looking Up at the Windows."
ease. He kept a careful eye on me,
however, and slid into a chair by the
door when he was asked to sit down.
"Now, Riggs," began Mr. Jamieson
kindly. "You are to say what you
have to say before this lady."
"You promised you'd keep it quiet,
Mr. Jamieson." Riggs plainly did not
Magazine Prints Court Rec
ords From King County,
Xew "Fork, X. T., Jan. 14. Richard
A. Ballinger, secretary of the interior,
has formallyaud vigorously denied that
his law firm at Seattle was the repre
sentative of Standard Oil. In the Feb
ruary issue Hampton's Magazine takes
UP II11S ainSer-oiauuaiu un umtiei.
j and publishes the report of one of the
up this Ballinger-Standard oil matter,
magazine's investigators as follows:
"In examination of the records in
the King county (Washington) superior
I court. I found three cases in which Bal-
nngers firm, Ballinger, Ronald & Bat-
tie later Ballmger, Ronald, Battle &
Tennant appeared for the Standard Oil
company, two of them while Ballinger
was commissoiner of the general land
office. The cases are:
"Case No. 28.256. Standard Oil com
pany versus Geo. A. Marriner, suit to
collect 1784. Complaint filed by Bal
linger, Ronald & Battle, Feb. 16, 1900.
Judgment for plaintiffs by default.
"Case No. 55,006 George TT. Long
versus Standard Oil company of Iowa.
Suit for damages brought by painter,
damages growing out of being supplied
with five barrels of linseed oil doctored
with coal oil, neutral oil or benzine.
Plaintiff, painted several buildings with
the oil with such poor results that his
business was ruined. He asked for
1999 damages, the sum probably-being
dictated by a desire to keep out of the
federal court. Case instituted March,
1907. Answer for defendants filed April
12, 1907, by Ballinger, Ronald. Battle &
Tennant. Defendants pleaded that they
had withdrawn from the state also that
they had not been served, service hav
ing been upon the agent of another as
sociated Standard Oil company.
"Both of these pleas being rejected,
they entered a general denial. The case
went to trial and judgment given by
a jury to defendant for costs. Request
was made for another trial on the
ground of Improper influence on the
"Case No. 59,196, begun Dec, 24, 1907.
Clarence Cunningham (he of the Cun
ningham coal cases) against Louis Kna
flich. garnishment proceedings growing
out of the wreck of the steamer Martha
W. Tuft. Standard Oil company and
others intervenors. Ballinger, Ronald,
Battle & Tennant. attorneys for inter
venors. Notice of intervention filed by
them, Feb. 21. 1908. Complaint in in
tervention filed, Feb. 28. 190S."
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll in El Paso.
CENSUS SUPERVISOR. HAS
BLANKS FOR ENUMERATORS.
Census supervisor Jno. B. Littler,
whose office is at Big Springs. Texas,
has received from the census bureau a
supply of blank applications for per-;
sons applying for positions as census
enumerators. These will be forwarded
to his list of applicants as soon as posj
The applications, properly filled out,
must be returned to the supervisor not
later than Jan. 31, the census director
having extended the time for filing
from Jan. 25. which was the date first
set for closing the consideration of ap
plications. Less vre forget, let's keep our money
at home and still get the best. Globe
ENJOINED FROM TEARING
UP FLUME OVER ROAD
Because Genaro Gonzales, mayor of
the corporation of Socorro. Tex., and
Anacleto Apodaca, are alleged to have
threatened to tear up a flume over the
county road, an injunction was secured
yesterday by the county of El Paso in
the 34th district court.
The flume was constructed by the
county road engineers on the Ysleta
Clint road for the purpose of carrying
water from the Franklin Irrigation ditch
to the land of William Moon.
GOT WRONG HOUSE.
T. F. Burges, who said, that he was
employed as a porter at the hotel D. R.
Francis, was fined 25 in police court
this morning on a charge of being drunk
and attempting to enter the home of
Dan Stedham at 519 Tornillo street. The
man said that he had been drinking and
did not know what he was doing. Mr.
Stedham testified that he had frightened
'trust me. There was nothing friendly
in the glance he turned on me.
"Yes, yes. You will be protected.
But, first of all, did you bring .what
Riggs produced a roll of papers
from under his coat, and handed them
over. Mr. Jamieson examined them
with lively satisfaction, and passed
them to me. "The blue-prints of Sun
nyside," he said. "What did I tell
you? Now, Riggs, ve are ready."
"I'd never have come to you, Mr.
Jamieson," he began, "if it hadn't been
for Miss Armstrong. When Mr. In
nes was spirited away, like, and Miss
Louise got sick because of it, I
thought things had gone far enough.
I'd done some things for the doctor
before that wouldn't just bear looking
into, but I turned a bit squeamish."
' "Did you help -ith that?" I asked,
"No, ma'm. I didn't even know of
it until the next day, when it came
out in the Casanova Weekly Ledger.
But I know who did it, all right. I'd
better start at the beginning.
(To be continued).
Sacramento St. between Myles St
and Park Ave. Grand View Grand View
Realty Co. to Trustees Concordia
School District No. 2, lots 19, 20. 21.
22, block 26. Grand View addition.
Consideration 400. January 5. 1910.
Savanna'h St. oetween Byron and Rus
sell Sts. Altura Park. Altura Realty
Co. to F. C. Fenderson. lots 21. 22, block
34, Altura Park addition. ConsIderas
tion 10. August 30, 1909.
Park avenue, between Frankfort and
Savannah streets. Altura Park Altura
Realty Co. to J. H. RItter lot 3, block
35, Altura Park addition. Considera
tion 10. January 7, 1910.
Montana and Rio Grande streets, be.
tween Newman and Lee streets. Frank
lin Heights Robt. E. BTuthsteiner to
Mallie P. Welch, lots 29. 30. west . lot
31, lots 64, 65. west "2 lot 66 block 70,
Franklin Heights addition. Considera
tion 13,"500. December 3, 1909.
Hamilton St., between Byron and
Vienna Cafe, Sobol & Davis.
El Paso Herald Offices.
A. H. Richards. Jeweler.
International Book Co.
Wm. Moeller, Real Estate.
Lobby Cigar Stand.
H. L. Howell. Real, Estate.
agent Herald Bldg.
The Public Stenographers Co..
Mrs. Jessie E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth Will'ams. Proprietors.
Y. W. C. A. Lunch and Rest
John Brunner. Tailor.
J. F. Milner. C. E. E. M.. repre
senting the White Sands Co.
Mrs. W. T. Kitchens. Art Studio
R. L. Nichols. Attorney at Law.
Colorado Life Assurance Co..
E McMillan. Gen. Agent.
Southwestern :Portland Cement
- The Wm. Jennings Co., Engi
neers and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ, Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson. Mrs. Wm.
Noble, China Decorations.
Drs! Satterlee & Satterlee, Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee and
Dr. jettie Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson. Mill, Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
The Standard Home Company,
E. L. Joseph. District Manager.
Mrs. J. B. Cass anbVMiss Garra,
nc Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co.
J. 11.. Kooertson. Mngr. 1,
Pioneer Music House
A. G. SPALDING .&
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PRICES IN EL TASO THE
SAME AS IN NEW YORK
Retail Agents for Eastman Ko
daks and Films, Premo Cameras
and Film Packs, Edison Business
Easy Payments. Catalogs Fur
nished on Application.
101-103 El Paso St.
EL PASO, TEXAS
Russell Sts. Grand View. C. H.
Farnswortii to G. M. Harris, "ots 3, 4,
block 47, Grand View addition. Con
sideration 10. December 16, 1909.
Tobln. Texas J. M. Lanham to Mrs.
E. M. Sneed. lot 31, block 93. Nations's
Map of Tobin. Texas- " Consideration
200. December 15, 1909.
Frankfort street, between Courchesne
and Martinez streets, Nashville street
between Park avenue and Myies street.
Altura Park J. "W. Nixon .nd wife to
Mrs. W..H. McGill, lots 19 .20. block 41,
lots 25 to 28 inclusive. Block 53, Al
tura Park addition. Consideration 100.
January 13, 1910.
Southeast corner Durazno and Mar
tinez streets. Lincoln Park. Lincoln
Park R. and I. Co., to Trustees of Con.
j cordia school district. No. 2, lots 1, 2, 3,
4, block 6, Lincoln Park addition. Con
sideration 910. December 20, 1SU3.
Licensed to Wed.
Charles Mueller and Edith Reid.
Mateo Avlla and Justa Telles.
Chas. "Weber and Maria Arnold.
Francisco Sanchez and Maria Jaimes.
Froane L. Gregory and Eva May
Mr. and Mrs. Dolf Simmonst of North
wood, Iowa, are spending a week in
El Paso seeing tie sights on the bor
der. They are accompanied by H. C.
Collins, who is identified with Mr. Sim
mons in the leading bank of North
wood. Fully nine out of 'every ten cases of
rheumatism Is simply rheumatism of
the muscles due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism, neither of which
require any internal treatment. All
that is needed to afford relief is the
free application of Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Give It a trial. You are certain
to bepleased with the quick relief which
no be pleaded witfi the quick relief which
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Made from pure, carefully tested
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
United States Depository
Loans and investments . . J -.,. .$2,456,954.37
United States bonds .'. . 600.000.00
Cash in vaults and exchange. . .- 1,422,658.91
Capital paid in $ 500,000.00
Surplus and preuits . . . : , 146,687.33
Circulating notes 500.000.00
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OTFICERS AND DLRECTOHS:
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A. G. Andreas E. KohJberg B. BlunKiitflal
J. F. WlBiams J. H. May
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J. H. Nations, Pres. Cr&'srford Harris.
John T. McElroy, V. Pre W. E. Anderson.
National Bank. Of Commerce
EL PASO, TEXAS.
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000
FMmptceM, Safety and Careful Attention to the Wants of Otix Caatwiara ii
C S. MOREHEAD. President-
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Ptm.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Astft Castt.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A. Legitimate Banking Buslnew Transacted In AB Ita Branciefc
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W. W. Turney, Prest. w- E- Arnold, Cashier.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest. F- M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Ngr. H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS.
Bankrupt Stock and Fix
Of El Paso, Texas,
Will be offered for sale on
AT 2 P. M.
by order of the court.
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