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L PASO HERALD
Monday," April 11, 1910.
Stormy Session at Clark Hearing Clark Admits Signing
Larrazola's Name for Jury Script, WTiich He Says
W. B. Bull Got From the Clerk Larrazola Ad
mits that He Sold the Script to the Defendant.
In the preliminary hearing' of the case t script had been secured by TV. B. Bull
of Ike Alderete against Charles Clark,
charging forgery, before justice Wateon
Saturday afternoon, near the close of the
hearing, the Justice acvlsed Alderete
that if he made another disturbance, he
would have him sent to jail.
"You know enough about court -work
to understand there is a certain dignity
on an order from Clark.
Larraxoln Wltiiesn for Defence.
The state then announced a rest and
attorney Jones asked the dismissal of
(the case on an oral demurrer, alleging
that no one had been defrauded. Justice
Watson overruled the motion, after
which Larrazola was called as the first
-witness for the defence.
He stated that in February, he had
MINT BUSINESS HOUSES SEEK NEW
LOCATIONS BECAUSE OF BUILDING WCRK
Owing to tne fact thai the American I corner of San Francisco and Santa Fe
National bank and Mills buildings are
being demolished there have been sev
eral removals in the city during the
past two weeks.
The Bazaar has moved from the cor
ner of San Antonio street and Mesa
avenue to Jthe building formerly used
by the Lapowski Mercantile company
on San Antonio street.
A. P. Coles & Bros., from the Ameri
can National bank building to More
house block, in ithe store formerly oc
cupied by Scott White & Co.
Scott "White & Co. have moved from
the Morehouse block to Mills street,
and George Morgan, stationery, from
the Corner of North Stanton and Texas
streets to Mills street.
W. C. White, grocer, has moved from
the corner of Mills and North Stanton
streets to the corner of Kansas and
BIDS ON GLINI
hnni- f " inctfv Watson announced. ! iurv scrin-t du him to the value of I
"and you should have a little respect, j . which he sold to Clark and IJJitJt-
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ton street to the corner of Myrtle ave-
even for a justices court. i o rArpiv S1 5 TOOre.
The hearing was a stormy one, Al- j J "About that time,'1 Larrazola stated.
derete and Clark both addressing the "Mr. Vlderete hnd a notice published
court at times and also interfering with I In which it was announced -that persons
the action of their attorneys. Alderete j having jury script due them must come
on one occasion announced that he J and g"et it, which I went to do, and was
would not introduce all the state's eVi- ,
dence before justice "Watson. The court '
Clark Not Put Under Bond.
Clark was allowed to go on his own
recognizance. At the hearing, Clark was
represented by attorney T. M. Jones.
Assistant county attorney Murphy ap
peared for the state.
Ike Alderete, who made the complaint,
was the first witness on the stand and
he stated that in February, J. B. ar
razola came to his office and asked for
the jury script due him. Upon investi
gatIon, the witness stated, it was dis
civered that the script had been secured
by TV. B. Bull, a court stenographer,
by virtue of an order bearing the name
of Larrazola, but signed by Clark. Al
derete stated that he showed the order
for the Jury script to Larrazola, and
that Larrazola stated that the signa- j
ture was not his ana that he had never
authorized anyone to sign an "order for
Miss M. M. Phlmiey, cashier in the
district clerk's office, produced books
from the office showing that the jury
informed that"it had been grren to Mr.
Bull on an order from Clark. I told Mr.
Alderete that I had never authorized
anyone to sign my name for script."
Upon being- recalled, Larrazola stated
that he went to Alderete's office to se
cure the script for Clark, as he had
sold it to him, and that he was not In
terested in the case pending at pres- J
Clerk on Stand.
Clark was then placed on the stand
in his own behalf. He stated that he
had purchased the jury script from Lar
razola, and also alleged that Larrazola
gave him authority to sign his name to
an order for the script if he (Larra
zola) did not see him (Clark) within
three or four days after the sale of the
He also said that he signed Larra
zola's namo to the order for the script
in Mr. Bull's office, and gave it to Mr.
Bull, as hehad borrowed money from
Mr. Bull was also placed on the stand
for the defense and stated that Clark
had given him the order for the script.
FROM TRAIN, WEST
El Paso Man Arrested at
Derning on Charge of
E. B. Clark, a passenger conductor on
BURGES TO GO
s TO WASHINGTON
Will Urge Government To
Rush. Work on Elephant
To urge secretary of the interior R.
A. Ballinger to get work started at
nue and Cajnpbell streets.
The Eastern Grill restaurant has
moved from the old Gem building to
the Bijou theater on El Paso street,
while the Bijou has moved from Its
present location- to the store formerly
occupied by R. C. Lightbody & Co.
The Gem saloon has moved from the
present location to the store formerly
occupied by Fassett & Kelly, on El Paso
street, and the Jenkins Piano company
from 611 San Antonio street to the cor
ner of Texas and Stanton streets.
The Republic Coffee company has
moved from the corner of Texas and
North Star,ton streets to East Overland
street, near the 'corner of South Stanton
street, while Horace B. Stevens has
moved from the Mills building to the
corner of San Francisco and Santa Fc
The Santa Fe city ticket office has
moved from the Mills building to the
Silberberg Bros, will move shortly
from their location on San Antonio
street, near El Paso, to the Van Blar
com building, at the southeast cornel
of Mesa avenue and Texas streets.
It Is planned to put in new plate j
glass windows and to improve the ex- j
terior of the store proper by placing ,
marble slabs about It in a manner sim- i n,ens roa(j were presented to the county
SS.V3S "w"VrSS:;rt-SE Jg-tSZ-Sfc SSSI -
Valley Residents Protest
Against Grading Unless
Macadam Is Used.
Bids for the grading of the Clint-Fa-
I Iff Stephens ,of Deming, X. M.. who
returned to that city with the men Sun
day night. According to the police, the
men are wanted at Deming ia. connec
tion with the disappearance of some
telegraph linemen's tcols.
Ail afternoon trains are reported on
Lester Contests Election.
Felix H. Lester, the defeated candi
date " for mayor on the Democratic
ticket at Albuquerque. N. M.. has con-1
tested the municipal election. ine writ
of mandamus In the proceedings was
granted by judge Ira A. Abbott, but
he has not set the date for a hearing
of the case.
Jackon Sanltarj- Grocery
Has fancy Florida, grape fruit, two
for 25 cents.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, over. Guarantee
shoe store. Auto phone 1744.
Jackson' Sanitary Grocery
Has navel oranges for only 20 cents,
SAUER BUYS MORE
being held over until 2 oclock this aft
ernoon in order that the court might de- We have moved to main floor of Mor-
mAei -nrl?l tc 4-la cnviaacfiil ninpr . .... . .- . AJ
v.iut nmw wio wit uvvcmi .... j gan DUlluing, on .uesa avenue, ne.u w
Calisher's. Latta & Happer.
Grebe cleans clothes. 41S N. Oregon.
The Petrolithic and Construction com
pany bid $7275, Richard Caples $6582-50
and M. C. McKinney 6600. However,
McKiiiney offered v to give 1 percent off
on the iiet amount paid him for the
gradiifg of the road.
County engineer Meadows held that
this was a conditional Did. ana wnne ..uc- vr-r. Tiri t ho -Rfo Grande Bids:..
Kinnej' offered to do the work cheaper, Avnere 4ney ni be phased to see their
there were no conditions asked for in ! frifnd? and natrons
Husband Fined -A.
P. "Wilson, a negro, was fined $3
in police court this morning . on a
charge of assaulting his wife. The wife
said on the stand she was half Mexican
and half negro.
Use pure Lucca olive oiln Eagle Brand,
C. Triolo. 419 S. El Paso street.
Drs. J. B Brady and H. Letord have
wiguie?i J".-w"s "u i"-" moved their offices from the TYells-
a. conditional Did. ana wnne ..uc- par2.n
Will Help to Widen Street
on Which He Fronts
in That City.
George G. Sauer. owner of much real
Atate In Juarez, has purchased addi
tional land at the rear of his property
at Calle Corado and Calle Comerclo. the call for bids, so he proposed that the
xne purcxiae is pii-pinttuui j iu m commissioners take the matter up and
widening of the principal street at that ! they decided to wait until 2 oclock to
point, ine o;uei uunuuig prujeciiiiB u ; decide
number or teet into me tnorougmare. it Thw-P av.ts nQiMmhlp rli'nwmi re-
will oe reDUiit on a line witn. oiner jading the grading of this road, several 4 Coles Bldg., over White House,, with
UUCIU1 "C qV.MJUl. NlUUtlL Gl ,LI.. 1 1 il i. I I T. T XT T '
. .., -T-T i viwitsy liiuvi owners uukiji" Tjart uiiu au.ue I ui- r. -n. uiunn
tnerear was purcnaseu iron. .vi. - folding it would be inadvisable to grade
U11C IVtlU AUU HlflL miu iu IU StAUlU uc
Dr. Carpenter, ofrice st the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
Dr. J. A. HedricJc new location room
OFFICERS ELECTED AND
A DIVIDEND DECLARED.
Great Texas Realty Company Declares
S Percent Quarterly Dividend.
The board of directors of the Great
Texas ReaLty company met Saturday
afternoon The officials of the com
pany were elected to succeed them
selves for the coming year and a 3 per
cent dividend wag declared for the first
quarter of the year, ending March 31.
History Of Tobacco
Trust Case, On Appeal
i nnfft on tli "RlAnliflnt "Fnifr flnm TJioTi-
the' S. P.. running west from El Paso, ' , ,
' . . ard F. Burges, representrng the El Paso
was arrested- Sunday night at Doming, , r , .
j urater Users association, will go to
X. L, by federal authorities n the . Y.rashington, D. C, tonlglit.
charge of smuggling Chinamtn into j The board of governors of the Water
j users association met this morning at
TVi nffuo nf TAll-v lTprnnA7 on oc o
Conductor ClarK's train, .no. b, wnicn resultj a mass g of ater users
Insofar 'as the decision of the United
States circuit court was against the
tobacco men. it was against them on
the broad ground that there was a
combination which interfered with
competition in trade and all such com
binations were declared to be prohib
ited by the Sherman law. The law-
was conceded f be "drastic," and littleJ
doubt was lefc that it did not meeH
the. approval of. that court.
The government's proceeding was
against the American Tobacco company
and 65 allied concerns and their offi
cers, all of them were charged with
forming and maintaining a trust. The
suit was based on allegations of viola
tion of the Sherman anti-trust law and j
effort had been made by them to re
strict the production of tobacco or to
i fore macadamizing it. This matter was
passea unui nirs auemoon.
Roads Improved. y
Surveyor Eubank reported he had re
floored the bridges on the road to the
country club and had fiej up the bad
places in the road, 100 being appro
priated to meet this exTense.
Judge Bylar 'reported $52,500 in the j
-iini-xaoens roaa iuna.
R. F. Burges said: 'The position
taken by a majority of the people is that
a complete road should be finished as
far as the funds will permit. The val-
'ley is narrowing in considerably about a
hmile this side of Fabens, and it would
seem to us best to complete it aa far as
'There are two objections to grading j
iu ana noi. sunaemg it oecause it woum
make no better road and it would soon
'be torn up. It seems to me cf no great
benefit to PTade it alon" TV?fch tho 5ivail.
work a hardship to independent to- aDle funds ifc wonlrl .be nn-wiM t hmld
Ytanrn rlon'Arc: 1 r:rij i -i t 11
The "GovOrnmentV Charge.
It was charged by the government
that eer since 1902 there has been
an apportionment of the tobacco busi-
A crackerjack bill tonight at the
Happy Hour, a feature bill composed of
the BEST acts so far at the popular
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Has fancy white asparagus tips for
only 20 cents a can.
pose of the government was to force
the dissolution Of the combination ami
held "Wednesday afternoon at 2 j the destruction of what was declared
t the chamber of commmerce. to be a' mononolv of the tnharm hni-
j The governors are desirous of hear-I ness in restraint "of commerce, not only
ln the United States, but throughout
arrived in El Paso this morning at 4
oclock, was brought in by conductor C
C. Hackett, who relieved him at Dera-
Im?. , ing expressions from the land owners
Clark was also arrested several and water users under the Rio Grande
months ago at Deming, It is alleged. project, concerning the "report of the
At that time, he was a. freight conduc- commission allowing: the Vlctorio Iand
tor running from El Paso to Lordsburg. 1 and Cattle company 5199,097.25 for landH
He was alleged to have stopped his j the government desires for reservoir site
train at Anapra and to have allowed and for railroad right of way, in con
seven Chinamen to conceal themselves j structing a line to the Elephant Butte
1n a freight car. The car was opened i dam near Engle, X. M.
at Big Springs, Texas, and the China- j The price is considered exorbitant, but
men found in it. j the El Paso water users will urge that
the arrest of Clark, and the monej- be deposited, and that work
a finished road six miles, benefiting the
people as far down as possible.
Commissioner Freudential remarked:
"The road the commissioners in-tended
ness Of the world between the Ameri- rto 'build would be almost as good as a
can company and the Imperial com- j macadam road." "
pany and a practical monopoly of most j R. F. Burges replied: "It seems to
oi tne important Drancnes oi tne ousi
ness. The British American compan
was alleged to De an outgrowth o
this arrangement, 'that company having
been organized by the other two to virtually all the people at Quadrilla
carry on the sbusiness outside, of the ! will be served," judge Evlar stated-
"""'-" .j .... a.M vjiv.o.1. uinaiu. j.1. t iiic piJnj-ILltll in LIIC1K I JIU eilOUJJIl
May Retain Incorporation.
On April 16. the citizens of Socorro
will vote on the question of disincorporating-
the town. There was to have
been a meeting at Socorrro, Sunday, but
none 'was held, so the election will be
held. However, it is expected that the
town will not be disincorporated, as
sentiment at this time seems to be in
favor of continuing; as an incorporated
Held on Theft Charge.
Adolfo Martinez was arrested Satur
day night by policeman Fletcher and
docketed at the police station on a
charge of theft under $50. He Is ac
cused of having taken some Jgoods from
the Blue Store on Overland street, ac
cording to the police-
A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge
of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is,
Chamberlin's Liniment drives away the
pain at once and cures the complaint
quickly. First application gives relief.
Sold by ali dealers.
1 1- 'me that everywhere an unsurfaced road
iy -Jis very unsatisfactory, particular' for I
0 ! the use of automobiles n-a thev pnr nr ! ti
Our $2.00 sepia picture is just the
thing for the school children to ex
change among their little friends.
Ill El Paso Street.
Cameron, dentist, reliable den-
the use of automobiles, as thev tear up ! tisry. most reasonable prices. Over
an unsurfaiJ load."' J Guarantee shoe store. "Work guaranteed.
also of some of the provisions of the was especially contended that no judg- j money to build a com-pleted road to
"Wilson-Gorman tariT law. The pur-1 ment would be effective that did not j FaJbens."
prohibit the continued operation, even t To this statement Mr. Burges replied:
as purchasers, In the United States. , '"WTien you get to within a mile of Fa-
be resumed on the dam site, pending- ap
peal frcm the decision of the commis
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
J. R. Harper, Presiding:.
Lillie Roberts vs. William W. Rob-
also two of his brakemen, Uiey gave
bond in the sum of 5000. Alrlater se
cured their release.
The arrest of Clark last night Is stat
ed to be on the same charge.
SATA FE CITY OFFICE
JTS MOVIXG TEMPORARILY
The city-ticket office of the Santa Fe
railway, located in the Mills building.
will be moved Thursday to the quarters erts, divorce: filed.
on San Francisco street formerly occu-j Jose Garcia vs. Dela Cadera, assault
pled by the Bisbee cafe. The change ofj murder; on trial.
locations, however, will be only tern-
porary. as the Santa Fe will occupy 41ST DISTRICT COURT,
the corner., room in the ney 12 story A. X. Walthall. Presiding;.
Mills building1, which is to be erected i J. C. Hansen vs. Simon KInsella, suil
on the site of the present "building. on debt; on trial.
CHANGES IX CLERKSHIPS j CITY HAS NOT ACTED ON
OX SOUTHWESTERN LIXE PROPOSED GIFT OF PARK
nii- ?; Sn."6, ?""rlyc ?!? ,rate . Tie proposal of P. E- Kern to pre
ck,at Houf5OR ,or e S. P., has ac- ! . Tke Tk to the dty has
-epieu a. position in .ta -aso as cniex , . . :jj j.,. t, ,-f i w;n ctn0 .- .. . V
clerk to Eugene Fox, general freight rX;" for o thl " fir . m Z V??
a, large part-of the-tobacco using- world
Focr Judpres Listen.
Four judges sat in the hearing of
the case In the trial court, and while
three of them ultimately found com
mon ground for a verdict, they were
so divided In their respective lines of
reasoning- that each propounded an
opinion of his own.
In general terms the verdict was Va
declaration of guilt for sl majority of
the corporations on the ground that
they 'constituted a combination con
trary co the law, and while an injunc
tion against' these combinations was
granted there was no pronouncement
on the subject of monopoly, which the
givernment has especially sought to
The bill as to the United Sigar Stores
company, a domestic corporation, was
dismissed, as were also the bills against
the Imperial and British American
companies. English corporations, and
their subordinate American concerns.
notwithstanding the contention by the
government that the Cgar Storescom
pany was the retail instrument of the
trust In this country and the English
companies the foreign divisions of it.
Ciprar Stores Escape.
The dismissal in the case of the Cigar
' Dens you reach practicallv as raanv peo-
MOTTRTVT "PTMUND ' Ple as S,n" to Pabeiw. The vallev rail-
1UUU.V1N XXUXiMlJ Toad franchise onlv call for a Hi e to
OF 14 YEABS ' witl"n a mile of Fabens."
j Protest at Grading.
,. TrWl TT4-l T; . Fra&k Spenee said he would rather
jn ju.uipiu c ell JULUbCJ. uieu, i -have the road left as it is than have it
J ! J. J. Schairer said? -'TIia minnto t-
i put a plow or scraper into this soil vou
', destroy your foundation. Don't mde
John York is dead, and all the sisters that road unless vou can macadamize in"
You might as well throw vour monev
Dr. Willis R.
and nurses and porters and domestics
at Hotel Dieu mourn
. " f . B. Latta said: 4Tr they grade it urinary and rectal diseases-
served m various capacities in the big! and don't j: ncadamize it for sevpnl i 231. 203, Caple's building.
hospital. . months thy ennnot use it this vear. 1 !
his loss. It has int tne Eio Grande as to grade it and j
T . ,- , . I not macadamize it for a year or so-"
John ork has tt- n to ..m. ..ri i.. i. .. !
Editor Assassinated. .
Pittsburg. Pa.. April 11. Frank Ska
la. editor and mission -worker, -was as
sassinated while leaving- the little
Congregational church in "Woods Run.
A raggedly dressed and collarless man
nicked his wav -throueh the crowd, and
When he was only a step behind the j
leaders he pressed a revolver to Skala'i
head and fired twice.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF AND MUT
TON. Office Chief Commissary. San
Antonio. Texas., April 5, 1910. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, for furnishing
and delivering- from July 1, 1910 to
June 30, 1911. inclusive, fresh beef ana
mutton called for by Commissaries at
Forts Bliss. Clark, Mcintosh, Sam Hous
ton, Texas: Fort Logan H. Roots, Ark.,
and Forts Reno Remount Depot and Sill,
Okla., In accordance with specifications
and conditions set forth in Circular No.
4, Office Commissary General, "Washing--ton.
D. C, arch 27, 190S, will be re
ceived here until 11 a. m., May 5, 1910,
and then opener. Proposals received
and opened same hour by Commissaries
of those posts, each receiving propos
als for his own post only. Proposals
will also be received stating- prices at
which bidder will deliver beef and mut
ton of temperature not greater than 50
degrees Fahrenheit. Information fur
mished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be endorsed
"Proposals for fresh beef and mutton,"
and addressed to undersigned, ox to
Commissary of post bid for. J. E. Cu
sack, Capt., Chief Com'y.
"It cured me." or "it saved the life o
my child," are the expressions you hear
even' day about Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This
Is true the world over where this valu
able remedy has been introduced. No
other medicine in use for diarrhoea or
bowel complaints ha3 received such
general approval. The secret of the
success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy Is that It cures.
Sold by all dealers.
Jackson's Saaitary Grocery
Has fresh Mexican strawberries for
only 50 cents a gallon basket.
Two shows nightly, 7:30 and 9 p. m
Matinees Wed., Sat. and Sun. Both
phones; reserve tickets anv time. Happy
Smith, "Z'sxn. genito-
Jnsst ni ho n-3 5 arranrln? in stnrt expect tO SPdld a JTOOd manv thousand
his day's work in the engine room of $fS there and am slmPl? taking for
the hospital early Sunuay morning, John j R. B. Meadows tlioueM it would be
ork fell dead. Heart trouble caused j well to grade it first and then in ar few
J Dr Starker, 31S-319 Caples. Bldg.,
practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
This afternoon a delegation from the
hospital attended the funeral. There
were eight sisters "in their habits, and
four women and as many men nurses
in their uniforms. There was no wid
ow, for John York was a bachelor, of
There were no services at the fu-
j months put down the rock work. '!
agree with Mr. Sehairer that "we should
not tear up that dirt except when abso
Mr. ichairer said: "It vou want to
and nassensrer-atrenf of thp Sm.twf- . all- u"uw ura,!"u" "c ,MU,W iui "" "'c . " "- Ui "v .cuil court 10 nna
t- -vrr. -r .i,,. : i i x ! some time.
-i- Krnr. ,. ., .t. Mayor Sweenev said this mornin
tt n4.J TV 7. VZf", J""; "We -have not had time to go into the
Tr pj-anc if" 3afC ',. rut matter as yet and therefore it will be of the two foreign corporations tn th
where he has accepted a position as i impossible to say what will be done j circumstance that thecontract for the
chief clerk 5n the office of the general I wim llie proposition, x nave ueen ousy
passenger agent of ,the Rock Island. ! preparing my message and have beeii
J grade it. nait until we get our first
I crop of hay off first."
I "r.- itw.
neral, neither at the undertaking chaoel -,iC""- J-uie eraragn monev
nor at the grave, in Evergreen ceme- ,,nnf ccs s pent on the sleta-Clint
In ; luau t.o uunu xne v,iint-oan xvnzar.o road.
He One man wanted all of his fence posts
j cut off at the same height. I told the
; boy to ask him if he didn't want us to
put a ilag on each nost.
Trainfi "Wrecked; One Killed.
Spokane, Wash.. April 11. In a head
on coliplon between two passenger
trains on a trestle In the western part
of the city, one man was killed. Ed.
Tynan, a mall weigher, is dying, and
more than a score of people are suffer
ing from injuries The passengers in-
j jured were In the smoking car.
Shoots to Stop PrisiTHer.
Policeman Lon Garner fired four
shots to stop Pedro Lopez. Saturday
night. when he broke away from him
on Overland street while they were on
their way to the police station. Lopez,
the police say. was accused of having
taken two small pieces of silk from
the Boston store and the policeman
was taking- him to the city jail. whn
he broke and ran. The officer fired
four shots and he stopped. He was
docketed at the police station on a
charge of theft under $50.
Now is the time to have your fotc?
made, while the weather is cool and you
are 'feeling fine. Dainty sepia pictures
In neat'browji folder only $2.00 per
El Paso Street.
Special, ladies' purses, shopping- bag".
EI Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Fiaed laPollce CoHrt.
G. TT. Hutton. charged with being
drunk and disturbing- the peace, was
fined $5 today by judge Lea. Police
man Enlow said that the man had
thrown a dry battery at an automobile
hitting the rear wheel, and that as he
went to arrest him he threw another
at him. Hutton said he had -merely
rolled one of the batteries along the
street and had accidentally hit the auto,
but had not thrown anything- at the
tery. John York had no religion
the words of one of the sisters:
was just a good fellow."
3IRS. L. E. ALVARADO.
Afrc t. -r Hvi-iin .in vo'nro nf . o- ! Commissioner Smith snid? 'T holiov-o
that there had been any exercise of died Friday night at her home. 1412 e ought to grade the roid and let it
g: control over it by the trust restricting j Sixth street. Surviving are a number 1 settle and then macadamize it as far as
he the freedom of trade, and in the cause 1 of children and a brother, J. A. Esca- possible.'
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. i to go into the proposed plan deeply
E. N. Leamaster, district
oriniifrli i molro o-..'" rtdoictnn ''
-"""" ww " ;:, v
tendent of the Pullman comnv ? in . "MOTHER" THEW VISITS
Albuquerque THE JUAREZ POLICE
W. VT. Finley and son, Will, of Kan- j "Mother" Thew, who proudly wears
da it. who nave oeen nving m isi police and fire badges of a dozen cities,
Past) for SPVPrill TTAtrS firB mvino.nn. ! t. It rt -. -i X t
maoe ner rrr&t invasion into a iuieiji.ii.
Paso for several weeks, are preparing
to return to their home.
Mrs. A. N. Brown, wife of A. N.
Brown, general traffic manager of the
Southwestern, has arrived from Chi
cago :o visit in El Paso with her hus
band, who is here on business.
land yesterday. She visited the Juarez
commandant and made a speech to the
assembled Mexican policemen.
Of course, 'madr Thew" was pre
sented with a Juarez police badge to add
r5z-1 -v-l -j, - . tU iltJI liUC CU'lttUUU. UIIU 11U.U. UC1
TaToeilway' Transportat o com- TtUre $ W,e Stendin" bCSlde
pany. arrived inEl Paso this morning ( JuareZ Pollceman-
IiR"!feJLaw!en,a,l f.1?,erl3r I PRISONER BROUGHT HERE
vuij,.UJtu uu me cjjLCiii i'acuc in '
California, has been acepted for ser- !
vice on the S. P
R. C. Speer, a telegrapli. operator, has
gone to Tucson, where he will be as
signed to work.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
RETURNS SEVEN INDICTMENTS.
a return o seven inaictments was
made by the federal grand jury this
Separate counts were announced
againstjGone Sang and Mar Jock, who
are charged with falsely Impersonating
a Chinese person named in a certifi
cate of residence. Separate counts were
also returned against Ong Hang; Chin
Wong and Sing- Lee, charged with of
fering a bribe to an officer of the United
In the indictment against Maximo
Torres he is charged with importing
The defendant in the seventh indict
ment was not announced, as he has not
yet been arrested.
FROM DAX.HART. TEXAS.
George Lazare was arrested at Dal
hart and brought back to El Paso by
deputy sheriff Juan Franco. An indict
ment charging him with theft was re
turned this morning by the grand jury.
According to the sheriff's department j
Lazare is accused of taking a diamond
ring, diamond ear rings and $50 in
money from Lillian Jleffler.
CANNON DEFIES THE
INSURGENTS ONCE MORE
Washington. D. G, April 11. Speaker
j Cannon today again defied the insur
gents to depose him from the speaker
ship? declaring in a speech from the
floor that ''unless the Republicans who
do not approve of the personality of
their speaker have the courage to join
a solid minority, I remain speaker until
March fourth next."
distribution of foreign business was
made in England.
Disregarding the plea of the govern
ment on the point of monopoly, the elr-
vi.1"1 adjudged the American To-
, , ...c,.j G...U. iimn) ui. me su
bordinate general companies' to be par
ties to an unlawful combination: to
be each in itself an unlawful combina
tion, and each to be a holder of share
I in other companies. They were en-
Joined generally from continuing in
the combination or from doing any
thing in furtherance of it; from en
gaging in interstate and foreign com
merce, and from acquiring the plants
or business or exercising control over
issuing companies. The issuing com
panies also were enjoined against per-
iwiLtiiijf aucn control. The bills against
the officials of the various companies
who were included In the original com
plaint were dismissed.
v Appeal Taken.
Both the government and the tobacco
companies appealed the case to the
supreme court the former because of
the failure to Include all the defend
ants In the prohibition and also be
cause of the limited scope of the ver
dict as to the others. and the compan
ies, on the general ground that there
should have been no verdict at all
oumcut uj. me ixise in ine su
jeda. Mrs. Alvarado was a widow. Fu-1 xreudenthal said: "We will not rade
neral services were held this morning, wie road and then let it go. It will
ancf interment made In Concordia Catho- J positively be an asphalt-macadam road."
lie cemetery. ' ' J. J. Schairer asked for the macadam
izing of a cross read from the T. P.
crossing at Clint to the store cf M. C
McKinney. Nothing was done with' this.
Judge Eylar said: "We are short on
money and the roads are costing more
than the estimates. I expect the Ys-
lof o -an1 AnfjlinTiT- rnnli will -miv OO l((
PLEAS ENTERED i over the estimates, as Ave are nfaking
TTvT "E,Tj,T"mi"D A T rlTT'?orn mm-"1 ueiaei ruuus luu.ii cuuiempiatea.
j.j.1 j. i:ijjii.a.u UUUlvi j reudentnai
Dr. Cameron for reliable dentistry.
Jackeon's Sanitary Grocery
Has fresh California strawberries
every morning. 2 baskets for 25 cents.
MRS. MARY BRUSOE.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Bru
soe were held thi afternoon at the
Church of the Immaculate Conception.
Interment was made in Concordia Cath
RESERVE THE DATE!
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
mAV TnT7T?TOTTiXY3LC &"P1?TT.
THE CIRGUS '-'-cx.a. jj y JJiixj.iUW, raj--lLWiJJ
acrobat finds it necessary at all times 15 AND 16 DINGrAIilNG-
to keep his muscles and joints supple. ',-n-r- .m"nTi-.TTT m
That is the reason that hundreds of BROS.' STUPENDOUS A
them keep a bottle of Ballard'-s Snow rrw. rriTfYfcT rT? nTDnTTCS
Liniment always on hand. A sure cure ' irii.ilt?I4 Ui? LrlxCtrUb
for rheumatism, cuts, sprains, sore J T?l? A rPT7T?T?C' "V '"M" P A
throat, lame back, contracted muscles. itr4-J-UC'iL':)J X SXL' U A
corns, bunions and all pains. Price GrYMNASIUM. DON'T
25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by -ayrTCici -rmt "
all druggists. JMIbS IT!
Man 77 Years of Age Gets
Off With One Day.
After spending: six weeKs In the coun
ty jail waiting for trial, Jesus Sanchez
pleaded not guilty to the charge of re
ceiving smuggled property this morn
ing in the federal court. The defendant's
age is noted as 77 years on judge Max
ey's docket, and a sentence of one day
In jail was imposed, the court taking
into consideration the six weeks spent
in prison while waiting- for trial.
Erdaterlo Pinoda was found not guil
ty, but was held in custody two hours
on reeeommendation of the assistant
United States attorney. Prajedis Acosta
was found guilty by the jury and sen
tenced to four month hnnrisnnmonf
Miguel Paleinares pleaded guilty and
preme court consumed three limes .. J Z"l "!i ' .Aert Hernandez.
much time as is ordinarily allowed fo7 , Salcldo eered a olea or X"Sft "'""
tne presentation of cases. The govern
ment, which was represented In the
hearing by attorney general Wicker
sham and special assistant attorney
general McReynolds. made the most
sweeping charges concerning the com
bination. They sought especially to have the
exempted organizations included In the
prohibition, declaring that the Imperial
company and the British American com
pany had been so manipulated as to
provide for a complete monopoly and di
visions of the tobacco business of the
world. An effort also was made to
have the- verdict of the lower court
so extended as. to have the entire com
bination declared a monopoly in re
straint of trade On behalf of the
sentenced to -u days, and Jose Oronn
was sentenced to 20 days. Zeferino Ro
mero was lined $20 The defendants
pleading guilty were charged with minor
GILCHRIST TEAM AVIXS I2V
ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP FIGHT
By obtaining 61 members for the Y
M. C. A., team No. l, L,. g. Gilchrist,"
captain, won the membership campaign
contest ending Saturday night. The
five teams failed in. the hoped for re
sults, the securing of 250 applications
to reach the 1000 mark.
Only a total of 153 new members was
secured. However, the membership
committee will continue the campaign
liii w;ecK ana next, m hopes of reach
ITC 1 lt fn?jl mnoi.r.nll.. 1 . i
companies it was contended that no Mb.; rrr". 1T pos-
, w ... v.t.i.1. uu... o WHIJlJJilljJIl.
said: "AVe will have S40.-
000 or $50,000 by Feb. 1, 1911, for this
Evlar: '1 figure we now have about
$30,000 in the road and bridjre fund.
J The original intention was to build a
first class road trom Anthony to la
bens." Smith: ''All we need is $1,000,000 to
build all the roads we need.'
This matter went over to 2 oclcck.
"Win. 3Ioon, of Socorro, asked for a
road in Socorro, claiming the old road
paralleling the countv rodd is useless.
I This was referred to count commission
er Perez and engineer Meadows.
A certificate of character was granted
M. A. Dolan in order that he might
take the examination.-, for admission to
the bar at Galveston today.
New District School.
Residents of La Valley asked for the
establishment of a school there, creating
a new district from Sierra Blanca. Ac
tion was deferred until commissioner
Love is present at a meeting of the
150 EL PASO PEOPLE.
IN THE GSEAT BINGc
ALINGr BROS.' CIRCUS, Y.
M. C. A. GYM., FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY NEXT.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE.
FIFTEEIN HIRT IN COLLISION
OX THE ROCK ISLAND.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa, April 11. A pas
senger and freight train on the Rock
Island road collided head on at Garri
son, nea- here, this morning. Fifteen
people were hurt, one fatally.
OFFICE OF CHEEP" QUARTERMAS
TER, Department of Texas, San An
tonio, Texas, March 12, 1910. Sealed
proposals in triplicate for furnish
ing Fue, Mineral Oil. Smithlnsr Coal.
Charcoal, and for Three Month's
Supnly of Forage and Bedding Hay or
Stra-v, required during fiscal year end
ing June 30. 1911, at Forts Bliss, Clark,
Mcintosh, and Sam Houston, Texas
Fort Logan H. Roots, Ark., and Fort
Sill, Oklahoma, will be received until 11
oclock a. m., April 12. 1910, and then
opened. Proposals will be received at
the same time by Quartermasters at
each post named for furnlstiing- said
supplies required for that post only.
Deliveries to commence July 1, 1910
V. S. reserves the right to reject or ac
cept any or all bids or any part thereof
Information and blank proposals fur
nished on application here or to Quar
termasters at various posts. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for (in
dicating class of supplies, etc.. bid
upon) at ," and ad
dressed to respective Post Quartermas
ters, or to Col. Jno. L. Clem, C Q. M.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold
on a guarantee thai if you are not sat
isfied after using; wo-thirds of a bot
tle according to directions, your money
will be refunded. It is up to you to try.
Sold by all dealers.
Treasury Department office of the
Public Health and Marine-Hospital Ser
vice, Fort Stanton, X. M., April 3, 1910.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until .noon of May 14, 1910, to
ftsmish ten grade Hereford bulls, for
use of the Public Health and Marina
Hospital Service at Fort Stanton, X. M..
during- the fiscal year ending- June 30,
1910. Schedules and further information
may be obtained upon application to
H. S. Mathewson,
P. A. Surgeon. P. H. and M. H. S.
"We have moved to main- floor of Mor
gan building, on Mesa avenue, next to
Calisher's. Latta &: Happer.
Addresses Stranper Club.
Rev. Miles Hanson addressed the
Strangers' club at Carnegie library Sun
day afternoon on "John Fiske's Des
tiny of Man."
AVe Can Please You.
"We Avaut your custom, if you're a
reasonable person. Even If you're not
easily pleased, if j-ou can be pleased and
would like to have the-oovel experience
of finding a grocer who cares whether
he does or not, we want your trade.
Jackson Sanitary Grocery,
i Phone 353.
EXPERT ARRIVES TO
TEST THE C1TYTVATER
Dr. H. TV. Harper, professor
of chemistry at the University
of Texas, at Austin, arrived ia
El Paso (this morning- to inves
tigate the quality of water
supplied to the city, and also
the source of supply. The In
vestigations were ordered by
judge Maxey of the federal
Dr. Harper stated today he
would probably remain in El
Paso a week, during which
time he will analyze the water
supplied- by the mesa and
Vatts weH pumping stations.
Buy a Maxwell. Best automobile on
the market for the price. Rader Ac
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg
Grand Jury In Session.
The grand jury is meeting in special
session today and it is understood it
will investigate some alleged forgery
C. L. BIUlnKton, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 14S9
painting, paper hanging, decorating.
Taken to Demlne.
James Rankin and TJ. S. Goodison
were arrested Saturday night-and dock
eted at the police station as fugitives.
Sunday they were turned ove"r to sher-
Pass City Fuel Cnmnam- n. r
Successors to Smith & Co., Sll Texas
street. Dealers in coal, wood, hay bran
chops, oats, corn, cement, etc. Phone
Automatic 1S18; Bell 1479.
Having returned to El Paso to live 1
respectfully ask for a share of the pat
ronage of my friends and the general
public, promising satisfaction as far as
it is In my power to give it.
Geo. C. Wlmberly.
Having sold my fuel and, feed busi
ness, at 811 Texas street to the Pass
City Fuel Company (Geo.'c TVImberl.
Owner), I respectfully request that mv
friends andewstomers continue thei
patronage with the new company. I
will continue with the new company as
mith & Ce.
By R. H. Smith.
ACCUSED OF FORGERY.
S. E. Adkius. a real estate dealer, was
arreted this morning oif an Indictment
harcjing the passing of a forged In
strument. Bond Tias fixed at 1000.