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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, March 21, 1910.
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RAILROAD XEWS.
Lump In
Your
Stomach
TUCSON TO HAVE
Bia CELEBRATION
A Farm In "La Cuadrilla" Pays For I
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four Building Sites
Twenty-four miles dbwnthe galley, on the macadamized
road.
"We are cutting up into five acre tracts a beautiful alfalfa
farm with an extraordinarily good stand of alfalfa.
As fertile as any California land. These tracts are being
sold at $250.00 per acre. Terms 10 cash, balance $15.00 per
month. Cheaper than similar land. Each tract is fenced. This
year's crop to ,the purchaser. "Water paid for. Pumping plant
assures water. Two morning trains to El Paso. Two evening
trains back.
Good health is of paramount importance. Build your home
here in a beautiful open country, cool breezes over the green
alfalfa fields through the open doors and windows bring the
ruddy color of health to the ill. Get away from the noise, dust,
dirt and heafof the city. "
You owe it to yourselves and to your children.
"Where everything grows, flowers, all kinds of berries and
vegetables, fresh eggs and milk.
Can show it any time.
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REUNION Of THE
mHuliiiD mLLiu
ill EL PASO
Scottish Eite Conferring De
grees on Candidate at
Reunion.
Twin fags are flying from the mast
on the Masonic temple today. The
American flag is above and the double
eagle of the Scottish Eite of Freema
sonry below.
The ninth semi-annual reunion of the
Ancient and. Accepted Scottish Bite of
Freemasonry, valley of El Paso, orient
of Texas, is in session today. I will
continue during the week for the purpose
of conferring the advanced degrees of
the rite upon a class of master jlasons.
The reunion will include a Maundy
Thursday observance Thursday evening
at which the ceremony of extinguishing
the lights "will be performed at 7:45
at the ilasonic temple after which the
mystic banquet wili be served at the
St. Regis.
The work of conferring the advanced
degrees -will begm this evening at 7:30
5. ni. This will be dn charge of the
fount Franklin lodge of Perfection Xo.
8 and will consist of the conferring of
the fourth, fifth and sixth degrees, the
degrees of the secret master, perfect
master and intimate secretary. This
work will be continued Tuesday during
the entire day.
The committees twhich are in charge
of the reunion are combbsed of the fol
lowing members of the Scottish Rite:
Executive Francis Bacon Stuart, Clar
ence .Longnecker, William James Eus
tace, Harry Alexander Carpenter, Ed
mund Samuel Hfeller, Alfred Lansing
Sharpe, Louis Thomas Botto, Martin
Zielonka.
Reception Samuel Joseph Freuden
thal, Edward Charles Pew, Edmund
Wayne Smythe Xeff, George Washing
ton Xewell, Alfred Lansing Sharpe, John
McDaniel Wyatt.
Transportation Garnett King.
Entertainment Felix Perryman Mil
ler, Joseph Rosenberg Segall" John Mc
Baniel Wyatt, Thomas Calloway Lea,
Jr.
Class William Merrick Stockwell,
Frederick Austin Hewitt, Solomon Isaac
Berg.
Work Horace Austin Lay. John Wil
liam Peak, John Edward Anderson, Rob
ert Leonard Daniel, Walter Emil Alber
thal. Program Wdlliam Hugh McCullough,
Robert Tance Orbison.
Wardrobe John Hughes.
Stage and Properties James Jackson
Ormsbee, Albert Ernest St. Morris, Eu
gene Parham, William Watkins, Albert
Biefer. Joseph Herndon Graham.
Musical Director Alfred Francis Fe
gan. Electricians Arthur Thomas Sam
worth, Charles Edwin MeXemar.
Credentials and Tiling John- Henry
Walsh, Albert Biefer, James Norton San
burn, Louis Marion Carl.
THE WEATEER
Forecast.
Fair to-
For El Paso and vicinity
night and Tuesday.
For Xew Mexico: Fair tonight and
Tuesday.
For "West Texas: Generally fair to
night and Tuesday.
XiUckett's cigar siure removed from
Mills building to 224 Mesa avenue- See
him for cigars and tobacco.
TO ADDRESS BUSINESS MEN.
H. K. Bernard of the International
Electrical Supply company will speak
before the business men's luncheon at
the chamber of commerce Thursday on
the commercial spirit to be found in El
Paso and elsewhere.
Will Observe the Completion
of S. P. Lines Through
Mexico.
A celebration worthy the name is
ptarmed by Tucson to commemorate the
opening of the West Coast of Mexico
railroad on May 5 and 6. For the enter
tainment of visitors and the celebration,
10,000 has been subscribed, it is re
ported, and every cent will be expended.
The Tucson chamber of commerce is
in charge of the celebration and invita
tions have been mailed to all promi
nent business and professional men iin
the territory and also to the governors
of the Mexican states of Sonora and
Sinaloa, who will be in attendance with
the members of their staffs. An effort
is also to be made to secure the pres
ence of governor Sloan, of Arizona, as
well as the mayors of all Arizona towns.
The West Coast of Mexico railway
extends from Xbgales, Arizona-Sonora,
to the city of Tepic, at which point the
lino leaves the coastal plain and passes
through tho Sierra Madre mountains to
Guadalajara in the state of Jalisco. Its
length is 925 miles.
In the 670 miles between Guaymas
and Tepic the line crosses 17 rivers: The
Taqui, Mayo, Fuerte, Ocoroni, Sinaloa,
Mocorito, Culiacan, San Lorenzo, Elota,
Piaxtla, Quelite, Presidio, Rosarlo, Las
Canas, Acaponeta San Francisco, San
tiago. Along each of these rivers lies a
body of level land with deep alluvial
soil.
The land available for agriculture
varies from a few hundred thousand
acres on the smallest of these streams
to more than a million on the largest.
One crop Is certain wtlthout irrigation.
Two and three are possible with irri
gation. In the case of irrigated alfalfa
lands, from six to eight crops are cut
annually.
MOVING- A STATION
ON A FREIGHT CAR
The Difficult Task of the
Santa Pe in Giving La.
Tuna a Depot.
Illustrative of the western spirit and
that of the Santa Fe railway, was the
recent moving, intact, of the two
story frame station building, formerly
located at Las Cruces, X. M.f to La Tuna,
N. M., a distance of 24 miles.
The two story section of the struc
ture, estimated weight 100,000 pounds,
was loaded on a 40-foot steel girder flat
car. It extended over either side of
the car a distance of seven feet and
stood 30 feet above the roadbed. It was
necessary to take down all switchstands,
"whistling posts and overhead wires en
route. It was also necessary to move
tha track two feet to permit the build
ing to pass the station at Mesilla Park.
The springs on the car, which car
ried the building, were blocked and
made as rigid as possible. The distance
of 24 miles was covered in six hours,
although nine miles was covered in one
hour.
The moving of the station building
was occasioned by the erection of a new
7000 structure at Las Cruces, and the
need of a larger building at La Tuna.
JUDGE LOVETT IS
COMING- HERE SOON
BEAUMONT MAX KIILED.
Xew Orleans, La., March 21. Martin
Bernard, aged 60, of Beaumont, was
struck and killed by a train late last
night at Bay St. Louis, Miss. He leaves
two children in Beaumont.
CIGARETTES
' Absence makes the heart grow
fender." You'll appreciate Fatima
cigarettes the more when you try
to smoke others. They are the
kind that never vary always good.
Fatimas make fast friends,
because no other smoke is quite'
so satisfying. A plain package, but
twice the usual number of luscious,
cool, cigarettes.
Pictures of popular actresses now
packed with Fatima cigarettes.
20 for It5ceirts
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Keep it alive and
properly working.
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Sold by dmssists every
where. 50 cts. full sized pkg.
INVESTIGATING THE CA.SE
OP AV. S. RICHEY AT DALHAB1
2sfew Head of the Harriman
Eoads Will Visit El Paso
This Week.
Judge Robert S. Lovestt who succeeded
E. H. Harriman as head of the Union
Pacific-Southern Pacific companies, ac
companied by Julius Kruttschnitt, of
ChicaTO. chief Of nninfpnnnpp nt irov
Is expected In El Paso on a special '
"mil eajriy mis weeK on a tour of in
spection. Other prominent officials of
the company are also expected to bo on
the strain.
Col. Epes Randolph, general manager
of the West Coast of Mexico railroad,
with headquarters at Tucson, is ex
pected to meet the- officials In El Paso
and return with them to Nogales, after
which they go over the West Coast
route as far south as Mazatlan.
Judge Lovett has never made a trip
over4 the new Southern Pacific lines and
his visit to the southwest is fraught
with importance. The location of the
"West Coast shops at Tucson is believed
to bo under consideration. The party
of officials is expected to arrive at No
gales on March 24, after which the trip
will be made to Mexico. Tucson will be
visited on March 27 or 23.
Former Grand Jury Found Xo Indict
ment, But Xew Investigation
HnH Been Ordered.
Dalhart, Tex.. March 21. The grand
jury was reconvened here to Investi
gate the case of W. S. Richey, who was
arrested in this city two veeks ago
while passing through on a northbound
passenger train. The warrant for hi"?
arrest was sworn out by the bank of
Texllne and trains had been searched
for him for several dayr;.
Richey ls charged with cashing 60 day
paper on the London Commercial Bank
ing company, an Institution which the
bank of Texllne and its correspondent,
the First National bank of this city,
cannot locate.
Xo Indictment Returned.
Richey's case was investigated by the
grand jury last week and no indictment
returned against him. He was no sooner
released, however, then he was rear
rested by the First National bank of
this city and charged with the same of
fence. It is for a second investigation
that the grand jurj- is reconvened.
The First National bank here is in pos
session of a number of letters from over
the country stating that Richey has
been cashing this paper from New York
to Frisco.
Richey's Statement.
When seen ax the jail Richey was in
the best of spirits and said he was con
fident of being exonerated a second
time. When asked for a statement he
said he would have nothing to say until
after the investigation and then the rec
ords of the affair could be given to the
press.
Richey claims he cashed the paper in
question, for the purpose of establishing
a bank at Clayton. N. M. His family is
now residing at Clayton, and it is a
fact that he was connected with a new
bank which was to have started there.
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First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $60000.00
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OFFICERS AUD DIRECTORS: -
W. W. TURNEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYK0LDS, President.
James G. McKiary, Vice-Presideat. Walter 21. Butler, Asat. Camhaer
Jno. M. RyuoId, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asefc. Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
Assets
$4,500,000.00
WE SOLICIT YOTTE BANKING BUSINESS
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NEW BRIB&E AT
YUMA FOR S. P.
Commercial Club of That
City Urges Construc
tion of N ew One. .
Yuma, Ariz., March 21. At a meeting
of the Commercial club held here re
cently, a committee was appointed to
confer Tvith the Southern Pacific of
ficials about a change in the present
plan of operating the S. P. line through
Yuma.
The suggestion of the citizens' com
mittee to the railroad engineers will
be that the present railroad bridge
across the Colorado river be abandoned
and a new centilever bridge be thrown
across the river from penitentiary hill
to the Indian school hill, giving the rail
road a high line over the government
levee on the Arizona side and through
the indlan reservation highlands on tho
California side.
This would remove the tracks from
the main part of the city and -would
give a wagon and passenger bridge
across the river for the use of the resi
dents on both sides of the Colorado.
The opening of the Yuma Indian reser
vation to settlement has made a free
bridge necessary and as the railroad
has been figuring on making a high line
of its road Into Yuma, it is thought that
a. satisfactory arrangement can be made
with the railroad by which the present
bridge is taken over by Yuma and the
centilever built upstream.
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PIONEER RAILROAD DIAX
DIES IX CHIHUAHUA
Chihuahua, Mex., March 21. Col.
David Shaw, one of the best known of
the pioneer railroad contractors in
Mexico, died at his home in this city.
The cause of his death was a complica
tion of j.hvsical and nervous troubles
from v.hich he had been suffering for
the la-t ix years.
Col. Hiaw was a Canadian by birth
and was 63 years of age at the time of
his death. He came to Mexico in 1S81
with the building of the Mexican Cen
tral railroad south from El Paso. He
is survived by his wife and two sons,
Dr. W. F. Shaw and John Shaw, all
residents of this city.
S. TV. Eccles. president of the Nevada
tile bank of Mexico and Tmanc:al agent
of the Southern Pacific in Mexico, was i
In El Paso yesterday. In his private car ,
he arrived over the National railway j
tracks, departing last night for Tuc- j
son.
S. TV. Eccles. president of he Nevada
Norhern, a mining railroad, arrived from '
Mexico yeserday in his special car. He .
departed for Chicago last night. j
A new Instalment or suutnern Pacific '
train auditors are at work. Here they
are: Alstine, McLaughlin, Crawhton,
Montgomery. Pougher, Covington. An- .
son and Reay.
There was a great ouovement of Santa
Fe traveling auditors today. Here are
the arrivals: E. L.. Mooney, special trav
eling auditor at Topeka; TV. J. May,
traveling auditor from Albuquerque, and
J. A. Pheil. traveling claim adjuster
from Albuquerque. I
C. R. MOSEEEAD, President. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIK, V. Ptm. a ff. BASSETT, Via Pre.
L- J. GILCHRIST, 'Ass't. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AITD PROFITS, $175,CC0.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branch.
HIGHEST PRICES PAlD FOR MEXICAK HOHEY.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier. .
F. M. Hnrciiaon, Asstt Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
. W. Turney, Prest
T. Turner, Vice Prest.
. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BAKKDfG BUSIHESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
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Separate Remedies, Each '
Devised for tlie Treatment
of a Particular Ailment, j
There Is no "cure-all" among the !
Rexall Remedies. There are different '
and separate medicines, each one de
vised for a certain human ailment or a
class of ailments closely allied. For in
stance Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are
recommended for the positive relief of
stomach irritation, indigestion, flatu
lency and dyspepsia. They are rich
in Bismuth-Subnitrate. Pepsin and Car
minatives. They are prepared by special
processes which perfect and "enhance
the great remedial value of .these well
known medicinal agents. This remedy
sells for 25 cents. 50 ents. and $1.00 per
package. Every one suffering from
stoinah disorder should try Rexall Dys
pepsia Tablets inasmuch as they cost
nothing If they do not satisfy.
Remember, The People's Drug Store
and Kelly & Pollard stores are the only
stores in El Paso where these remedies
may be obtained, and everv n tr, nao,i
of medicine is urged to investigate and
take ad-vantage of the frank and -en-
erous manner in which they are sold.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
OTTFED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Bltrmenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. May
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The management of "this institution spares no effort in mak
ing its service broad and suited to the requirements of its 5
patrons. Moreover, every precaution and safeguard is adopt- &
eu so trnii, aubuiut &auuy is auoraea ior aeposits. L niiorm
and courteous attention 15 extended to all depositors, and
I new accounts, either subject to check or at 4 percent interest,?!
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CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP
SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, ETC
J J Complete outfit, includbg hard rubber in
haler, $I.UU, on morisy-b&cK plan. Extra
bottles, 50c Druggit3 everywhera.
Mail orders filled by
BOOTH'S HY0ME1 CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
Easter Gifts
What is more appropriate than a dainty
water-color neatly framed in narrow gilt,
or a hand illumined Easter motto ? When
you think of gifts, think of the Feldman
Shop.
Fred J. Feldman, 308 San
Antonio
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