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HOW ILL MMES
APPEAR ON II
"Citizens' " Candidates Ask
thatThev Be Printed
(Continued from Page One.)
tion of school trustees to be held May j
7, 1910, will state that after investigat
ing the question thoroughly, have to
advise that the school board, not being
a politcal organization, does not con
sider that it can take any action which
will show a tendency in that direction.
If you will submit your list of candi
dates in the order in which you wish
them placed, also giving the name of
your ticket, we will ee that the offi
cial ballots are printed in a manner
which will be intelligent to the voters
of El Paso and fair to the candidates.
The expense of this election, includ
ing the printing of the ballots, will be
paid out of the school funds. It will
thereforenot be necessary to make an
nssessment against any of th candi
dates. Yours very truly,
H. A. Carpenter,
President of Board.
John H. Harper,
Secretary of the Board.
Names By Alphabet.
Keplving to president Carpenter,
candidates this afternoon sent" in
El Paso, Texas, May
H. E. Carpenter, Esq.,
President of the City School Board
Dear Sir: We beg to acknowledge
the receipt of your favor of the -J
inst, in reply to our suggestion that
-rho position of the candidates upon the
official ballot -in the coming school
election be decided by lot,m which you
decline to accede to that request- e
noto, however, that you state that the
icheo! board not being a Polltlc
gan'zation, does not consider that it
n take any action which will show
a tendency in that direction."
Our suggestion, which you decline
o ,ni,r,r.i to avoid the very thing
uu ae recate and secure a fair expres
6ion from the public, and as that is
still our purpose, we now ask as an ai
w, native that you place the namfs
-11 tr candidates fSr school trustees
in one'foluininn -;pon the ballot in their
ri,.i, t,fif:il Mi-kr. irfat is to saj
....j.-....-- r -.
the names be
W, male this nq.e?t because we be
lieve that in' default of the position of
-the names on the ticket being decided
liv lot .that then the one best calculated
to accomplish n fair expression will
be that now suggested
We "earnestly urge you to adopt tne
aboe suggestion, but should you not
eef'fit to do o. as a last alternative,
.e ask that you place the name of
the candidates in two parallel columns,
one headed "The Citizens' Ticket fol
lowed T "the mamesrof J. A. Krakauer.
J H. McBroom and H. E. Stevenson
the other headed "The Good School
Ticket V or such other designation as
mav be desired, followed by the names
,.f "Messrs Irviu. Hsrper and Winter,
in such order as they may desire
In conclusion, we request that jou at
once communicate to us the fonn ol
the ballot adopted and also give the
HOPE FOR EeZEM. PATiEBTS
The oil of wntergreen compound
for eczema known as- D. D. D. Pre
scriptioncan be secured at present
from Kelly & Pollard In a 25 cent ho.-
This offer is especially made to con
vince those skin sufferers who have not
yet tried the remedy. One bottle will
suffice to cure a mild case and the
.first application will instantly prove
to vou that you get Tellef at once from
the itch. The moment you wash the
skin with this mild, soothing liquid, the
itch is gone-
If upon our special recommendation
you wanf to try a bottle of this
proven eczema cure (D. D. D.) at 25
cents, telephone or call at our store.
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
in a Signed Statement Mrs.
Cook Tells the Truth
About How Cardui
- Brought Back Her - -
Dexter, Ky. "I could not get
relief," says Mrs. Ida Cook of
place, "until I tried Cardui, the wo
I was so weak and nervous, I could
hardly do my housework, I suffered
more or less for 10 years, with wo
manly trouble and sick headaches.
Since taking Cardui, for two months,
I am xn- better health than I have
been- in some timej, am regular as
clock-work, do not suffer at all, and
am gaining strength every day."
You can't go wrong, in taking Car
dui. It is a safe remedy for women's
ills. It acts gently and without bad
In deciding on Cardui, you will feel
more at ease, in knowing that it Is a
purely vegetable remedy, that has no
powerful "drug effects, but acts more
naturally, in a tonic way, by gradually
building up the womanly strength.
Thousands of women .have been
helped back to health, by Cardui, the
housands of druggists sell Cardui,
and recommend it to do just what Is
claimed for it.
- B. Write to: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn.. for Special Instructions,
and C4-page Tiook, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
same to our daily newspapers for pub-
lication in order that the public day be
informed as to the matter at as early
a date as practicable.
Yours very respectfully,
J. H. McBrooin,
H. E. Stevenson.
Ail afternoon trains are reportj4 en
To My Patrons.
Mr. Jay E. Dutcher, attorney at law,
begs to inform his patrons that he has
moved his office from the Herald build
ing to room 515 in the Trust building.
Home Made Cakes 75 Cents.
There are no better cakes than those
fresh baked home made cakes we have
every morning; only 75 cents for a
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Cameron Tot reliable dentistry.
To Climb 31 1. 3IcKInlcy.
Seattle, Wash., May 3. In an effort
to determine definitely 'Whether Dr.
Cook ascended Mount McKinley, profes
sor Herschel C. Parker, of Columbia
university, New York, has arrived here
and will sail for Seldovia, Cook Inlet,
from where the ascent will be started.
The Fairbanks climbers did not make
a special effort to discover any tracks
left by Dr. Cook.
Use pure Lucca olive oil, Eagle Brand,
C. Triolo 419 S. El Paso street.
Chocolate and Vanilla Fudce, 15 Cents.
Thursday only we will have our own
make of delicious 25 cents a pound
Chocolate and Vanilla Fudge on sale
for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drag Co.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, over Guarantee
shoe store- Auto phone 1744.
Hold baggage checks for Longwell;
get your baggage today, not tomorrow.
Grebe cleans clothes. 41S N. Oregon.
Refreshing Iced Tea.
Chase & Sanborn's special blend of
tea for iced tea Is the (nicest we know of.
There is no better tea and it's only 75
cents a pound.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to
SS-a. in., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Grand May Bali
Fraternal Brotherhood Hall,
Wednesday night. May 4. This will be
the greatest ball of the season. Gentle
men may wear shirt waists. Admission
C L. Billington, 70 Jiagoffin. Tel. 14S9.
painting, paper hanging, decorating.
Dr. Starker,. 31S-319 Caples Bldg.,
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Elephant Kills Man.
Marietta, O., May 3. William Evans,
a circus attache, was killed here by an
elephant on a wild rampage, and Sam
uel Montgomery, an animal trainer, was
perhaps fatally injured. The enraged
animal broke from its keepers.
El Paio Housewives.
Sedgwick Creamery butter is butter.
The tasty butter with ondy a butter
taste. Don't get strong in hot weather.
Jaclwon's Sanitary Grocery,
El Paso Building- Ordinance.
A few copies of the El Paso Herald,
containing the full text of the El Paso
building ordinance can be had for 25
cents a copy at The Herald counting
New Law Firm.
Isham C. Dempsey recently of Bowl
ing Green, Mo., and John T. Hill, or
Raton, New Mexico, have formed a flaw
partnership and are located at 306-307
New Caples building.
Speefal, ladles purses, shopping bags,
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
We are getting plenty of those large,
red, ripe California cherries these days.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
" 3.00 Puotograps, 90c Per Doz.
Our regular $3 panelette photos for
month May at 90 c per dozen. Gott
lieb's studio, Iittle Plaza, over Pot
ter's Drug store.
Dr, Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wj-oming.
North Yakima, Wash., May 3 George
Carl, an outlaw who is believed to have
burglarized a house here, was killed in
a running fight with a sheriffs posse.
Optimo Olive OH.
The purest and most delicious live
oil in the world is our celeb-rated Op
timo olive oil. Put up in Bordeaux.
.France, by our special directions and '
imported direct by us, the first pressing j
of rine olives.
of ripe olives.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Br. J. A. Hedrick new location room
4 Coles Bldg., over White House with
ur. tt. Brown.
ur. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most reasonable prices. Over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed.
New York Prices on Olive nil.
By importing our own olive oil and j
buying in 100 case lots we are able to
give you New York prices.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. E. c Prentiss, practice limited to
diseases of the stomach and intestines.
Rio Grande Bldg.
London, Eng., My 3. Commander
Robert Peary, who came, here to deliver
and kindred ailments cured without
the aid of internal remedies.
There is a growing sftiment against
the use of strong internal remedies in
the treatment of disease. Electropodes
copper and zinc insoles, to be worn -in
the shoes are In line with the newer
Ideas of treatment.
Rheumatism and nervous ailments
readily yield to this scientific method of
applying electricity. Electropodes are
on sale in Drug Stores ?1.00 a pair or
may be had by writing to the Western
.iectropode Co., 265 Los Angeles St.
t.- Axureles. n' '
his lecture on the north pole, has .been
presented with a gold medal by the
j Royal Geographical societv.
Dr. Willis R. Sntun, C-in genito
urinary and rectal diseases- Office rooira
201, 203. Caple's building-.
Chocolate and Vanila Finite, 15 Cent.
Thursday only we will have ourpwn
make f delicious 25 cents a pound
Chocolate and Vanilla Fudge on sale
for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Fort Wingate, X. M., May 1, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be
received until 11 a. m.. June 1. 1910, and
then opened, for furnishing all material
and labor necessary for construction of
addition to pump house for cold stor
age and ice plant, and x furnishing and
Installing ice and refrigerating ma
chinery in same. Information furnished
on application. Right reserved to re
ject any or all bids. Envelopes con
taining proposals must be indorsed
"Proposals for construction of ice
plant," and addressed Quartermaster.
Fort Bayard. X. M., April 30, 1910.
Sealed proposals hi triplicate for fur
nishing and installing the machinery
forpower refrigerating, and electric
lighting systems, at this post, will be
received until 11 a. m., May 2Sth, and
then opened. Information furnished on
application. U. S. reserves right to ac
cept or reject any or all proposals or
any nart thereof. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked ''Proposal
for machinery' and addressed to 1st
Lt. Chas. C. "Winnia. Constructing Quar
termaster. PROPOSALS FOR BEEF AND MUT
TON. Office Chief Commissary, San
Antonio, Tex.. April 5, 1910. Sealed pro
posals, in triplicate, for furnishing and
delivering from July 1, 1910, to June
30, 1911, inclusive, fresli beef and mut
ton called for by Commissaries at Forts
Bliss, Clark, Mcintosh, Sam Houston,
Tex., Fort Logan H. Roots, Ark.t and
Forts Reno Remount Depot and Sill,
Okla., in accordance with specifications
and conditions set forth in Circular No.
4, Office Commissary General, Wash
ington, D. C, March 27, 190S, will be j
received here untii lla. m., May 5, 1910.
and then opened. Proposals
and opened same hour by Commissaries
of those posts, each receiving proposals
for his own post only. Proposals will
also be received stating prices at which
bidder will deliver beef and mutton of
temperature not greater than 50 de
grees Fahrenheit. Information fur
nished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be endorsed
"Proposals for fresh beef and mutton."
and addressed to undersigned, or to
Commissary off post bid for. J.
Cusack, Capt.. Chief Com'y.
CUTTING UP THE
Senate Is Going to Trim
Taft's Bill Until He "Won't
Washintoc, D. C 3Iay 3. The Hardy
amendment to the railroad bill to strike
out the provision permitting the inter
state commerce commission to perm'fc
the making of low tihrough rates in view
of wer competition was voted down in
the house today, 55 to 132.
An effort to strike out iihe entire sec
tion of the railroad bill relating to the
long and short haul" so as to leave the
rj !.,,, j s 1. i i I
ZZaSJX: ;' .tTr?J"r1SsE I
172. The house then adopted, the long
and short haul provision as reported by
the committee, "
T3ie senate today adopted the Clay
amendment to strike out section' seven
of the railroad bill relating to traffic
agreements. Previous to this Mr. Cum
mins had withdrawn his amendment.
Mergers Not Permitted.
Senator Nelson's motion to strike out
Section 12 which would permit mergers
between railroads was adopted by the
senate without division.
It is now apparent that if the admin
istration measure gets through congress
at all. it is going to b?N so amended that
it will not be recognized as the original.
The-revolt of the senate insurgents
has been virtually successful aiftl the
sections of the bill relative to traffic
a"TeBments nnA niertrarz ti-iol. ..,,-
Cummins and other insurgents have been j pertenencias and is in the neighborhood
fightingc to amend, will be a'bandored. of the wel1 J0"""11 Banicanora, El Car
Practica.lly nothing distinctive of the men and Montenegro mines.
original bill will remain, save the ee- !
tion providing for the creation of a court BLSIXESS MAN GOES TO .
of commerce. Even that has had a er- EUROPE FOR KIS HEALTH
ilous time in the house and nobodv is ' Joseph J. H. Stern, of Stern & Uhlig,
prepared to guarantee it will be enacted 1 has sone to Xeiv York and vri11 sail on
Tn fnr-f tli cli-rfo-ronta Wn- iJ May 4, on the steamer President Grant,
senate and the hcue are so Teat it ! oi tne Hamburg-American lino to Ham
would surprise nobody if the entire bill I buTS' Germany, to visit his sisters. He
should, fail in conference. ' expects to remain in Europe over a year
So serious became the situation of fche ' for the ben?fIt ofhishealth.
m late Monday that president Taft
himself at Pittbburg was advised of the
situation over the lonir distance telo-
phone by senator Aldrich.
IRISHMAN IS NOW i
Immigration People Talk of
a Brother's Citizenship
-Michael Horan, carwlraoker, is m trou- )
United States frmi Ireland without
.l- -.-- -. . .uul'
. . -""S-u fiu. entering tne .
I spection, speeincallv by employing citi-
( ...,, iTv.o ""-" um iiul ueiong vo
,; . ,.
1 lie case as a peculiar one. and may
be suted out nD a warrant hearing
Tuesday afternoon. Horan has n. 5rnrh
tr' lini7n' WI liVCS in C"1?3- The
brother has a wite. The wife visited
jreianu, met noran. and together thev I
me ,t,2.llAmnca-. Nmv it is alleged j
that Uihaams wife also (had citizen
jwr or ner brorner, William, nlono-'
At anv rate; Friday last Mike was i
arrested Here in Jil Paso. It is hintM
around the local railroad world Mike
was a G. H. & S. A. whacker that the
advice for tthe arrest came from the
Michael Horan arrived in Xew York
Sept. 22 on a Cunarder. He lias lived
in El Paso about two -months. Horan
was arrested Friday and promptly fur
LOCAL OPTION CARRIES 3Y
OVER 10,000 l.N ALABAMA
Montgomerj-, Ala., Mayy 3. The re
turns today indicate the majority for
O'Neal, local option candidate for gov
ernor, over Mallory. statewide prohibi
tionist, in the state 'democratic pri
mary, will not reach 20,000, as was in
dicated last night, and maj- be reduced
ic lt,000. However, there Is every pros-q.e.-t
that ONcal is" safely. nominated.
The examination for United States
postal carriers in El Paso, which was
rcheduled for May 4, has been post
poned until. May IS. The small m,"m.
Iber of applicants for positions is statetf
to be lbsponsible.
MINING AXD OIL NEWS.
EICH OLD SILVER
B. F. Wootem Alaniogordo,.
Finds Evidence of "Work.
B. F. Wooten, of Alamogordo, N. M.,
has discovered an old Spanish mine in
the western slope near the summit of
the San Andres mountains, near. Salinas
Peak. N. Jtf. The property has not been
marked lor 84 years and old houses
made of juniper, nearly decayed, attest
its antiquity. There are old workings
amounting to over 1000 fejet in tunnels
and drifts, and at a point GOO feet in,
Is an old windlas, and in a winze is a
series of "chicken ladders" or notched
From appearances all the work was
with picks and gads, as there are no
signs of drill holes or shots.
The vein is soft and talcose, in lime
country rock and is about eight feet
wide. Three samples taken at one point
ran from 60 to 800 ounces silver per
An old Mexican In Alamogordo, Faus
tino Cunes, tells Mr." Wooten that he
and his father once nad the records
of themine sent them from Mexico and
that they hunted for years for it. It
is said that it was in operation long
before Las Cruces was x; town and the
town of Dona Ana was the nearest set
tlement. The record said. Cunes stated,
it was an exceedingly rich silver pro
ducer. Mr. Wooten, who was in" El Paso to
secure an analysis of samples of ore
taken from the mine, has " returned to
his home in Alamogordo.
VOUCHES FOR OIL
FIND AT CA3CMTY
F. T. Hardesty States Gni&e
(Vj '-Uhat HnmPfl YVfl5
j , ,
F. T. BTardesty, of El Paso, who is in
terested In the oil field at Camp City,
X. M., vouches for the statement that
considerable crude oil. thatwould burn,
was pumped from the well Saturday
morning. He states he skimmed up a
small quantity of oil from the surface
of the pool near the derrick and that
it burned well. It came from a depth
of about 1100 feet.
Mr. Harcfestj-, who is an old mining
man, is very enthusiastic and says he Is
sanguine that a big flow of oil will be
found under the cup rock, which Is of
greater thickness than 'n almost any
oil well in the country
BIG STRIKE REPORTED- IX
EL RAYO- MLYE PROPERTY
Ore Runs $20, United States Money, to
the Ton, and Machinery Is Relng
Installed for Development.
A big strike is reported by the Parral,
Chihuahua, Mex., Miner to have been
made in the El Eayo mines in the Santa
Barbara district, ore being uncovered
that runs S20, United States currency,
a ton. The strike was made on new
ground "west of the main vein at the
The -outcrop on the surface gave only
fair assays bu
but it was decided to cross
cut to the vein, at a depth of 400 feet
and resulted in the rich strike. - The
mine is constantly worked and is a
dividend payer. Considerable explora
tion work is going on and new machin
ery is being installed.
EL PASO A, AND PARTNER
ACQUIRE VALUABLE MINE
Sr. Juan Palacio of El Paso, and J. M.
Favela of Nacozari, have acquired title
to a mining property named "Chispas,"
15 miles north of Nacozari, in the dis
trict of Moctezuma, state of Sonora,
Mex. They have sunk a shaft 60 feet
deep on the veins which Is a meter or 39
Inches wide. The ore is remarkably
ricn, the owners recently having a
sample assayed taken across the vein
a the bottom of the shaft which ran
648 ounces silver and 19 ounces gold
ner ton. Their property comprises 20
GREAT CONGRESS OP
Plans Are Being Outlined for Mission
ary Work of All the Protestant
Cimrcliea In America.
Chicago, 111., May 3. The men's na
tional missionary congress opened today
with nearly 4000 delegates present, re
presenting every state and territory
a'nd every denomination in the Protest
They represented the hundred thou-
.1 t .. HA .- '-V.SV ViOVa rtAATl 11 A1"l
tified ith the 75 conventions of lay-
, missionary movement.
Tho consrress is expected to outline a
definite missionary policy which will
affect materially the activities of prac-
tically every evangelical demonination
in the country.
oymn Tz.a TirnTT.w v.ws
' LEGS BROKEN: MAY DIE
Wichita Falls, Tex., May 3. An auto-
mobile in which Spencer Talley, N. P.
Blackmore, L. T. Dulaney and M. J.
Morgan were riding, turned over a 15-
fnnt omhnnifmcnt Mst nf the citv lato
ACnniv nic-ht. Both of Diilauev's lesrs
were broken and he may die. Morgan
was slightly injured. Theothers es
caped by leaping from the car..-
FVTALLY BURNED WHEN
HOME IS DESTJtYED
Carthage, Texas. May -3. Henry
Peterson was fatally burned early
Tuesday morning when his home was
destroyed by fire. Petqrson was asleep
and awakened when the house was
wrapped in flames. Firemen dragged
him through a window. JIe was alone
at the time. The cause of-the fire is
MAN WHO WAS SHOT
MAY RECOVER FROM WOUNDS'.
Peoro Juarez, who was shot In tie ab
domen In a quarrel following a attoe
early Sunday morning, is reported to
have a good chance for recovery. Juarez
is -confined at the county 'hospital,
when' he was taken after the shooting,
and. though he has been conscious at
tunes, has been unable to stare who
shot him. Emelio Varela -was arrest
o i ,Monday night by the police and
docketed at the city jail on a charge
nf assault to murder in connection with
j this case.
I P IfiP HTTP
Id. U, dUilLO OUu
' ft I ft 8 i f f 5 ft rT
f. n nrRfirT
Will Feed the People and
Operate the Qottages
The five cottages, 22 tent houses
and pavilion including dining room and
kitchen, at Cloudcroft, belonging to the
Southwestern, have been leased for the
summer to J. C. Jones, manager of the
Alamogordo" hotel, at Alamogordo.' Mr.
Jones, it is understood, has obtained
leases on other cottages at the resort
for the summer and he states that ,he
will be ablo to care for" as many as 400
guests at any time during the summer
season. Mr. Jones will have charge of
the dining service as well. The cot
tages will be split up into rooms for
transient or regular use.
Beginning Monday, the Southwestern
will operate two trains a week to Cloud
croff and train No. 38, leaving here at
8 a. m., will make connections with the
Cloudcroft train. This is done for the
convenience of people who wish to go to
the resort and place their cottages in
order for the summer. Monday and
Wednesday are the days on which the
train will go up to the croft.
Train No. 1 arriving here at 10:40 p.
m., will bring passengers down from
Cloudcroft on the return trips on the
two days named.
After- June 1, when the Tegular sea
son opens, daily trains will be run.
The casino has been leased, and will
be put in operation. The lease to Mr.
Jones is for the single season of 1910,
as" the $100,000 hotel planned by the
Southwestern, will be built and In oper
ation "by next season.
On May IS He Will Pass
Through to Mexico to
Dr. F. S. Pearson, the head of the
gigantic Pearson interests in Mexico
and president of the Mexico-Northwestern
railway, accompanied by a party
of capitalists Interested in the Pear
son development work, will arrive in
E: Paso from the interior of Mexico
on the 18th.
Dr. Pearson and his parly are mak
ing an extensive tour, on which they
will inspect all of the Pearson prop
erty in the republic of Mexico, and, ar
riving in El Paso, will look over ter
Tninal sites for the Mexico-Northwestern,
which intends entering the union
passenger station. Negotiations are al
ready under way. It is understood, for
the acquisition of the property for ter
minal sites, etc.
The Pearson party left Jersey City,
N. J., on the morning of April 27. They
will go by way of San Antonio, cross
ing the international border at Laredo
and proceed to Mexico City. They will
return to the United States by way of
El Paso, arriving at Juarez on the
morning of the ISth of May and will
spend a day in El Paso and Juarez,
looking over the property of the Pear
While the party is in El Paso nego
tiations for the purchase of terminal
sites may be concluded.
Continuing the tour from El Paso,
the party -will go west to San Francis
co, and from there to" Salt Lake and on
to the east:
COLLISION ON SOUTHWESTERN
DELAYS TRAINS FROM NORTH.
A collision and consequent wreck of
two freight trains on the Southwest
ern, a mile east of Santa Rosa, N. M.,
Monday afternoon, threw the Southwest
ern trains from the east off of sched
ule. --Train No. 1, due to arrive at 10:40
oclock Monday evening, will arrive at
the Union station Tuesday afternoon at
4:35 oeIock? as the third section of No.
3; No. 37, due to arrive at 6:05 a. m.
Tuesday will arrive Tuesday afternoon
at 4:15 oclock, as the first section "of I
No. 3; regular tram No. 3, due to ar
rive at 3:50 p. in. Tuesday will arrive
at 4:25 p. m. as the seconl section of
' MINING MEN RETIRING.
The Patrick and Pottinger party of
mining men from Oklahoma City which
recently passed through Bl Paso eu
route to Sonora, Mexico, to inspect min
ing property, will pass through El Paso
Tuesday, returning home.
AUDITORS MUST REGISTER.
A train register has been placed in
the Union station by superintendent
Wrid. of the G. H., on which train au
ditors are required to register their
namesTmd addresses on entering and
leaving EI Paso. S
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Effective May 1, J. E. Courville. Is
appointed acting roadmaster of the
Southwestern, while George Lutze is on
a vacation. t
A. T. Thompson, secretary and treas
urer of the -Arizona & New Mexico
railway, is in El Paso.
W. A. Whittle, a brakjman of the G.
H., at Sanderson, is visiting In the city.
JUAREZ TENDORS ARRESTED FOR
USING NEWSPAPERS VS WRAPPERS.
About a' month ago, acting jefe. po
litico Portillo. of Juarez, made a new
regulation regarding wrapping paper.
He announced that all atibls, meat,
veetables and candy, must no longer
be wrapped in old newspaners. ior a
time, a few of the marxet3 followed
the rule, but soon the ol.i custom was
Monday evening police rounded jp
15 vendors of various things from the
public market. All appeared before
jefe Portillo Tuesday morning and
were given a good lecture on the paper
subject. In addition to he lecture each
man was fined $1 with warning that a
second offence wouin cost $5.j0.
TUBERCULOSIS CAUSES DEATH.
Mar Que, a.ChInam3.46 years of age,
was found dead. Mosday night at, 9
oclock in his roomfat210 Second street.
At the inquest Tuesday morning', held
by stJcefe. H. Watson, it was decided
the mjinaman'5 death'was due to tu-
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natural advantages of pure water, cool, balm laden mountain breezes and
delightful scenery in the great Pecos National Park of Piae forests, it is the
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EL PORVENIR RANCH, Porvenir, New Mexico
WHISTLE FOE TA&
DAY CAUSES SCARE
Many El Pasoans Thought
Rio Grande Had Broken
3 Its Banks.
As cruel, as it may seem to the tag
lassies, the people are more interested
in the Rio-Grande than they-'are in the
tags. Tuesday morning when the Xire
whistle blew long and loud, warning
men "that the hold-up girls were abroad,
many people connected the trouble sig
nal as a warning that the Rio Grande
had surged over its banks and was
wreaking death and destruction in the
southern part ot tho city.
rue report gained current at the
unlon station, following the f ir;r blast
from the big whistle, and as the engl-
neer- on the train of the National Rail
way of Mexico alighted from hl3 engine,
he was surrounded by an excited
group and piled with questions.
"I saw a lot of people down there,"
he said, "and when I heard that whistle,
I put It down that someone had
drowned or that the river was out of
That was enough. The curious ques
tioners started posthaste for the lower
part of the city, afoot, in hacks and a
few in automobiles.
The reclamation service engineers
were called on ityt phone and Informed
that the river was on a rampage, and
asked what was to be done. In answer.
district engineer Reed continued to die-
tate leters into the ear of his talking
machine, for he has his finger on the
Rio Grande's pulse, sleeping and wak
ing. The Rio Grande is still silvery
and it Is still on its accustomed way.
Euling by Treasury Depart -
.ment Ends Securing Mbat
Supply in Mexico. .
The importation of meat and meat
products from Mexico is a thinir of the
1 posi. vuiiircLn ojuiiuc- u.xtiii uctii. rv-
I xmea Dy tne treasury aeparument oi iiie
government to detail ou smpments not
accompanied by an inspection certificate.
laere are no L- ;&. inspectors m Mexico.
A number of families in EI Paso have
a habit of securing their meat in Juarez,
where it can be obtained much cheaper.
The duty is but 1 l-2c per pound. The
treasury department has prepared a
form, which must be sworn to by the
importer of meats, that makes the im
A number of Mexicans, it is stated,
have been, bringing meat over from Jua
rez and disposing of it. This vill also
LAND SALE WILL BE
SETTLED IN COURT
T. JHewett, who Bought
La Prieta GrantLaud.
Wants loney Back.
T. J. Hewett, wio alleges he was de
frauded in the sale of lands alleged to 1
j be situated in the famous La. Prieta
grant in the towns of Socorro and San
Blizario, has filed suit to recover dam
ages m the 41st district court. He re
sides in Oklahoma- The defendants are I
J. H. Barnard. P. L. Mclnroe and M. T.
Xix, who reside in Hood county, Texas.
The plaintiff alleges that the defend
ants sold 'Mm land which nras stn.firt f.n
be located in the La Prieta grant, on Oc- j
tober IC, 1909. He charges that no such. '
grant exists and asks for ?1999 dam
S. P. WILL SELL
ITS OIL PEOPERTY
New York, May 3. The Southern Pa
cific company is considering a plan for
the disposal of its oil properties, it
was su d today, and a distribution of
picceeds through stock to sharehold
ers. The aggregate value of the oil prop
erty of the Southern Pacific is said to
b. approximately a hundred million dol
lais. and it is estimated that the pro
ceeds of the sale of the property will
mean a special dividend of about 530
va share to the stockholders of th
DIRECTORS FOR CEMENT
Same Men Whri Served Last Year Are
Cho.sen o SerVe Again Gov. Mills,
of New Mexico, on Board.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Southwestern Portland
Cement company, which was held in the
company's general ofriees in The Herald
building Monday and Tuesday, the same
board of directors that served during
the past year was reelected.
The board will hold a meeting to se
lect its officers, which will be theisame
as served during the first year of the
cement plant's history. The board of
directors reelected are as follows: Carl
X.eonardt, Los Angeles; John M. Ray-
nolds, El Paso; T. A. Riordan. Flag
staff, Ariz.; C. A. Canfleld. Denver: A.
Courchesne, El Paso; C. A. Fellows,
Denver; governor W. J. Mills, Santa Fe.
N. M.; C. Boettcher, Dtenver; Whitnoy
Newton, Denver; Aman "oore, Los An
geles: Felix Martinez", El Paso; I. H.
Hellman, Los Angeles; C. C. Merrill,
Los Angeles: James D. Schuyler, Den
ver: J. S. Schirm. Los Angeles.
SHERIFF CAPTURES SLAYER.
Austin. Texas May 3? Will Gravis,
the slayer of Ed Engquiet. whose skull
was fractured by a boat oar In the
hands of Gravis was captured early
Tuesday morning a few miles wdst of
Austin. Sheriff Matthews and two
deputies witu bloodhounds had been I
trailing him for two days. Gravis was
placed in jail here Tuesday afternoon.
JO CAN- ROCKIaES
Lumber Trust in Mississippi
and Louisiana- Disbanded
and Standard Oil Ousted
Washington, D. C, May & The hands
of the states in their fight against
"Trusts," were upheld Monday by the
supreme court of the United States with
The Association of Retail Lumber
Dealers in Mississippi and Louisiana
was disbanded by affirmation of the
j decree of the supreme court of Mississ
ippi; xne totanaard Oil comoanv of TTen-
tucky was ousted from Tennessee by
tne approval of the decree of the su-
J Preme court of Tennessee. Both, the
state courts had held, violated the anti-
; trust act of the respective states.
Justice Lurton announced the opiniOH
of the court in the Mississippi case.
He accepted the finding of the state
courts and considered only whether the
statute was in conflict with the 14th
amendment by abridsrine: the freedom
I of contract. "No law would infringe his
xreeaom or contract In that particular
would stand." he said, "but when the
plaintiffs in error combine and agree
that no one of them will trade with any
producer or wholesaler who shall sell
to a consumer within the trade range of
any of them, quite another case is pre
sented. "An act harmless when done bv any
one, may become a public wrong" when
! done by many acting in concert, for It
then takes on the form of a consniracv
J ad niay be prohibited or punished, if
tu Jesuit De nurtrul to the public or to
the individual against whom the con
certed action is directed."
FORFEIT FOR THE
FIGHT IS IN BANK
1 ac Jonnson and the Pro-
( maters Are Photographed
,vyitn uasn. -
oan xrancisco, jai. May 3j-Tki
thousand dollars in 820 s-nifi n?.
the serond Instalment of the ,,JerliJ,
, w.mavu. iituf. ioriCit moncr. -waT z-JX
, iiea toaay in tie Metropoiits
j m uns-ciry Dy Tex." Rickard and, J.ek
Gleason, the promoters
' -tne gold was 'heaped in a glltteriiur
nc u.t cue receiving wfnflnw m.
Rickard, Gleason, Jack Johnsoa, Berber
and Little grouped themselva Knt
it to pose for a picture. i
Johnson's famous "golde .smMtfH
flashing across the stack of JiejPl7
is pose Denina the wlnflow
the group In brilliancy.
J. R. Harper, presiding.
C. 3. Bell vs. J. p: Casey, jr., suit
to dissolve partnership and for an ac
counting; on trial.
A. 31. Walt&all, resIdiH.
Ross & Masterson vs. Banco Minero;
cuit on debt; on triaL
Gorgonio Herandez et al. vs. A. S. J.
Eylar, contestee; injunction granted-
T. J. Hewett vs. J. H. Barnard et aL,
suit for $1999 damages; filed.
& A. S. J. Eylar, preIdiH
E. B. Kepley, aggravated assault; on
E. B. McCHistock, presiding-.
Otis Martin, automobile speeding;
FINED FOR JOY RIDING.
R- Brett and Otis Martin were fined
$5 in police court Tuesday, oJMwsfeing- on
mc uiitiifie ui malicious. mMeM. Earl
Murphy and H. Berlang, cfcar&fcO
were given a dismissal. Brett Mi
and Berland were originally chary
with theft over $50, they having' rak .
,an automobile accord nsjtd the InMmr
mation. and indulged tn. a iey rMte.
Murphy was also alleged to have borJ
rowed an automobile and to haveHakeit
SMALL IMPORTATIONS OF
MEX CAN CATTLE AND.
J.ne Ji.i .faso LuvestoeV-BBk. 'irifc'i -
company received 50-1 head ksl&&
Tuesday morning from the TerraaM&i:
ranch in Mexico. A shipment of 18 crati;
of cattle, and three carloads crf orm$
are scheduled to cross the river Tuoa
aay atterroon for L. E. Buckner.
TURN -OF THE TIDR
"Does your friend still advocate
socialism so strongly?"
"No he basldberited. money P
You'll be surprised at the results you
will get from a small want, rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25cto 50c. Phone Bell
115 Auto 111 and Vtell the glrL.
Jib i v
BELL PHONE 11C
Will get you a buyer.