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Moniay, June 27, 1910e 7
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Again Saturday, as usual, the El Paso busi
ness men used 336 32TCEES MO&E advertising
in the El Paso Herald than they used in any El
Paso Sunday paper.
Always carries more advertising than the
total amount of advertising carried in any other
El Paso paper for seven days.
This exhibition of the preference of the El
Paso business jnen for the El Paso Herald as
their choice of mediums for publicity is a .'con
tinuous performance." No change in the pro
gram for several years.
Beai4n mind, Mr. Business Man, that these
figures refer to PAID DISPLAY and PAID
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING of El Paso
business people only. No GIVE AWAY STUFF
The El Paso City Officials
Being convinced that The Herald is THE BEST
ADVERTISING- MEDIUM IN EL PASO, have
contracted with The Herald, ai card rates, for
the cifakadvertising for one year..
El Paso business people patronize the El Paso
Herald s& liberally is because they KNOW that
the El Paso Herald has a daily paid
Circulation of Over 115000
More than three times as great as that of any
other El Paso paper and
4 The EI Paso Herald
He received congratulations from his
! cabinet 'and from members of both
branches of congress upon the success
ful passage of most of in is pet meas
ures. Jur. Taft shook hajtds all around
and continued to smile.
The Gore Charges
Each house of congress marked 'its
closing hours by voting for an investi
gation of the McMurray indian con
tracts. Instead of the usual scene of
comparatively undignified relaxation
from the business of legislation, both
houses devoted exceedingly serious at-
tention to the charges of bribery at
I tempted, and other forms of improper
( influence made in the senate Friday
j by senator Gore of Oklahoma, and sub
sequently in the house by representa-
ti e Murphy of Missouri.
Two separate investigations are pro- J
vided for, one in each house. Each
j body passed a resolution creating a
I select committee of five members to
pursue the inquiry to the bottom dur
j ing the recess of congress and to re
; port whether any of its members are,
I or have been interested in ary of these
I Members o Committees.
I Speaker Cannon appointed the fol
j lowing committee to conduct the house
j inquiry: Messrs. Burke of South Da-
kota, chairman; Campbell of Kansas,
Miller of Minnnesota, Stephens of
j Texas and Saunders of Virginia.
Vice president Sherman announced
1 the following committee to conduct the
senate investigation: Senators Jones of
J "Washington,' Burton of Ohio; Crawford
of South Dakota, Hughes of Colorado
and Percy of Mississippi.
After a fight -whicn lasted almost
from the beginning: of the session of J
j eongress just ended, representative
J Martin (Democrat, Colorado) succeeded
j 30 minutes before adjournment in se
j curing an investigation by congress of
j his charges of fraud and maladminis
tration in the sale of friar lands in the
Philippines, and of the estire interior
department of the Philippine govern
ment on insular affairs. The vote was
Commissioner to Mexico.
The commission to represent the
United States, at the centennial of the
republic of Mexico -was commpleted and
Is as follows:
Senators Crawford, Guggenheim and
Overman and representatives Foster of
Vermont and Fassett of New York.
Cannon Holds Xo Malice.
Speaker Cannon 1n a statement just
before the house adjourned declared
that he had nothing to apologize for
j as a member of the house or as a
speaker, and he presumed each member
j could express similar sentiments.
"This has been at times a strenuous
session," said the speaker. "Virile
j men, acting in a great representative
i body, earnest, positive, sometimes in
j debate or otherwise, say that which if
conditions were different they would
not say So that, in sharp contests,
-when sober, second thought comes
broad men realize that positive men
do not hold responsible colleagues who,
SENTENCE SERMONS IN '
, PULPITS bF EL PASO
Christianity is not advanced by force nor law, but by the love of Christ
R. B. Smith, First Baptist church.
liookinjr unto Jehus not only brings salvation here and a joy to our life,
but also victory In death Rev II. T. Hanks, Calvary Baptist church.
If you want to be remembered by others, forget yourself. Rev.
Beckman, First Methodist church.
If a. man hkch what power he has, he will develop
Miles Hanson at Westminster Presbyterian church.
that mnch more Rev."
Boys and Kirls are the best material in the world, for out of them God
will yet build the best form of government and the best church the world has
ever known. Rev. A. J. McElwaln, Houston Square Baptist church.
The man who is vain in iii.s paganism and boastful of his moral and re
ligious indifference, is, as a rule, but another and perverted type or Hypo
crite. Rev. C. Li. Overstreet, First Presbyterian church.
iff l?t?lr i?""-
Iff z., KsaLWB
4f T ,-'
I -B me- y 1B Ei
MSf&i SaF daddy, when do the (first per-
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars.' '
'. A. Mai
I DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
Our 9th year in El Paso.
It is well to recojrnize the fact that there are evil forces at work in the
world, conditioning and limiting the growth of the kingdom. Rev. P. J. Rice,
After church interest is aroused, the next duty is to conserve It, for sure
ly, it will not work automatically, but needs further direction to insure per
manent and beneficent result. Rev. C. S. Wright, Trinity Methodist church.
- I YEAH ' .
M To K
The Senate Fails To. Ratify
Treaty Taft Sends Con
gress Farewell Lecture.
WasfetegtM, D. C-. June 27. The
wiate postponed consideration of the
' xmtosml convention between the
t , .- Stales aad Mexico "until next
-! ? coagress, and thus the El
Pao omredary asatter "will not be set
r ed for at least another year, as the
nase feas to coafirm the arbitration
t-ary before the commission can be
- TtnetL Seaor Beltran y Puga, Mexl-
i nrmmlsGiomer, nd Gen. Anson
M At, AiaericaH " coEaniissIoner, and
me Caaaiten officer will settle the
Tfce appropriations made by the ses
sion of congress just closed amounted
to $1,027,133,446. according to official
announcement made today by the house
L.ong, Talkative Session.
This session of congress, after hav
ing spent $1,027,000,000 of the people's
money, has been the wordiest on record.
The Congressional Kecord reached 10,
000 pages. A page contains more words
tfean the average newspaper column.
Figuring that only 6000 pages were
devoted to speeches and debates the
other 4000 to records the statesmen
uttered a mere matter of 10,800,000
words during the session.
Deaths since the last session of con
gress included senators McLaurin, Mis
sissippi, and Johnson; North Dakota,
and representatives Griggs, Georgia;
I-overing, Massachusetts; Perkins, New
York; De Armond, Missouri, and Lassi
This session of congress convened on
December 6. The long sessions of the
five preceding congresses ended on
May 30, June 30, April 28, July 1 and
Taft Is Phased.
President Taft walked out of the
capitol at 11 o'clock Saturday night
The second session of the 61st con
gress had just adjourned, and he had
signed practically all matters of legis
lation that had been placed before him.
International Compaq Sus
tains Small Loss Sunday
Sunday moruing, thieves broke in and
stole in direct violation of the teach
ings oi tne gooa uuun, uwu ui"n."
specific reference to this crime against
society with a 'Thou shalt not" intro
duction. The International Book and
Stationery store in The Herald build
ing -was the scene of the operations
and as yet the thief is the unknown
quantity in the problem.
Taking a good, healthy, chunk of
buildlmr stone from in front of the
Schutz" building next door, the thief
broke the glass in the San Francisco
street door to the book store, making
a hole in the glass door Qarge enough to
permit of Raffles's arm to be inserted
and the Yale lock thrown. After ex
ploring the interior of the book store,
! UNION SERVICES IN
The Protestant ministers Ar
range for Sunday Night
Protestant churches of the city will
unite Sunday July 3, at S oclock, in
union ' services in Cleveland square.
Rev. C. S. Wright will preach, and Per.
C. L Overstreet will conduct the serv
ices. At a recent meeting, the Pastors'
union decided not to hold out of door
The Epworth league Tvill give a pic
nic at the monument on the smelter car
liie Thursday evening. Guests will
take the 6:30 oclock car.
HERALD FORCE GUESTS
AT A DUTCH SUPPER
W. M. L,aughlin, advertising manager
of Ihe Herald, entertained a numoer
of members, of the force Saturday night
at his heme on "West Missouri street
with a Lutch supper. Tne affair proved
inost ciijoyabe. Everything appropriate
for such an affair had been prepared
Story telling and music followed the
supper. Those present -were TV. M.
Hogg's, cashier; H. L Capell, assistant
business manager; Clyde S. Moss, as
sistant advertising manager; G. A. Mar
tin, news editor; G. B. Cady, assistant;
N. M. "Walker, sporting editor; T. G.
Turjif, reporter; John Harm, stereo
typer;"J. H. Schroeder, pressman; Chas.
E. "Ward, foreman composing room, and
Arthur Knaus, advertising solicitor-
The Foreign Missionary society will
meet Monday at 4 oclock in the church.
A joint meeting of the Epworth league
?io in small change was excused from dJoung People's Missionary so-
the cash register. After deploying be
hind the fountain pen case, the burglar
beat it out the back way and escaped
to spend 'the 10 in riotous living.
under the infleunce of passion or other- reer
I wise, speak in detriment that which Ban
they would not say in moments when
they t ere cool. As we pass from
u asrnngton to our homes, I shall go
putting behind me the contests through
which the house has passed, without
Champ Cark's View.
Representative Champ Clark, the
Democratic leader in the house, com-
i mentmg upon the result of the session
i jus- ended, issued a statement, saying
i IT' i-art:
TThe Republicans have at last begun
their old game of claiming everything,
but it is another case of whttiiTi n
1 keep up your courage while going
thrcugh a graveyard. They are now
l.rago.ng that they have fulfilled their
promises. Their biggest promise the
promise- to revise the tariff downward
they utterly failed to fulfill. On the
contrary, they revised it upward and
for so doing are in for a good trounc
ing. "They started this session with loud
pronunciamentos about economy and
wound up, as usual, by increasing the
total of the appropriation bills. The
most important bill, perhaps, we passed
at this session, was the railroad bill.
The bill as passed is a very different
and much better bill than the "Wicker
sham or administration bill. Almost
e-ery improvement was forced into
that till by the Democrats and insur
gents in the passage."
Protesting at the rivers and harbors
bill, president Taft said in a message
to congress just before it adjourned:
"The total of the bill, $52,000,000, is
not uiuiUy large, v but the policy of
small appropriations -with a great
many different enterprises, without pro
vision for their completion is unwise, i
It tt-nds to waste, because thus con
structed the i rojects are likely to cost
more than if they were left to con
tractors whe were authorized to com
plete the -whole Tvork within a reason
ably short time.
"The pioper policy, it seems to me,
is to determine from the many proj
ects proposed and recommended what
are the most important and then to
proceed to complete them -with due dis
patch; then to take up others and do
i he same thinrr with them."
MA J. DAVIS SETTLES DOAVX
WHERE THEY HAVE SULPHUR.
Ghas. A. Davis, who had a long ca-
as press agent for Forepaugh,
Barnum and Sells Bros., and as tne
director of the lecture tours of Robert
G. Ingersoll, and who has been doing
the health seeking act in the southwest
for 10 years, has settled at young San
Jose, Texas, where he hag become a
member of the staff of Coi. A. D. Pow
ers, exploiter in chief of the new town.
San Jose, the location of which is
five miles from San Antonio, is built
around the famous Terrell hot sulphur
well, the importance of which has been
enhanced by the late discovery that its
water contains radio-activity.
Mr. Davis, who is well known in El
Paso, having lived here several years,
writes that San Jose has a perfect cli
mate and probably the best sulphur
water in the world.
OFFICER RAIDS DEX;
ciety will be held Friday
at the parsonage.
at S oclock
The quarterly communion service will
be held next Sunday morning.
POPE CALLS FOR RE
PORTS OX THE PRIESTS.
Kong Sing and Woo Choo Have Hear
ing In Police Court; Paraphernalia
of Joint Secured.
Officer Barney Early arrested two
Chinamen, Kong Sing and "Woo Choo,
late Saturday night on the charge of
smoking opium The Celestials had a
den fitted up fronting on an alley in
the rear of a South El Paso street cafe.
Officer Early watched the place for
some time, and could hear the China
men induging in boisterous talk and
an attempt at native song, supposedly
also sounds as of dancing. He prompt
ly called patrol -wagon and arrested two
of the number, the rest escaping.
The policemen confiscated
Instructs AH IJIshops to See That
Priests Are Attentive and to In
quire Into Fees Charged.
New York, June 27. The latest re
form document of Pope Plus X., as in
terpreted in the Ecclesiastical Review,
the official organ of the clergy in this
country, will do away with the prac
tice of collecting a fee at church doors
at services, which now prevails in this
and other countries.
The bulletin makes it obligatory upon
the bishop to make full reports of the
condition of things, both temporal and
spiritual, in their dioceses.
The bishop must answer this ques
tion, concerning the priests of the dio
cese: "Are there any methods which give
rise to complaints on account of ex
horbitant fees demanded at funerals
and marriages or on account of the
rigor with Avhich such fees are exact
ed?" The pope has demanded a full report
o the-r.eal with which the priests an
swer calls at all hours of the day. The
Disnops will be required to report j
wnetner the priests shirk confessional
work or any other duties.
BISBEC CELEBRATES FOR XEW
STATE; GEXERAL XEWS XOTES
Bisbee. Ariz., June 27. Bisbee cele
brated the admission of Arizona to
statehood. The Copper Queen band gave
an open air concert and J. E Morrison
delivered an address.
Miss Ethel Hays, of Clawson Hill, is
visiting Miss Ona Black at Tomb
stone. J. A. Smith has returned from Hot
The first, dance of the Red Men will
be held July 2, at Pythian castle.
James Olson, formerly of Bisbee, died
on June IS at Fairbank, Alaska, and
was interred at that place.
Mrs. Frank Ramsey, of Tombstone,
and Mrs. McAllister, of this city, have
gone to their homes from the Copper
THREE LOSE LIVES IX
RIVER STEAMBOAT FIRE.
Lacrosse, Wis.. June 27. Three per
sons lost their lives and almost three
score were injured in the destruction
by fire of the steamer J. S. between
Victory and Genoa, 24 miles south of
La Crosse, on the Mississippi river
late last night.
Fifty are estimated to have received
cuts and bruises of minor nature.
The escape of all but a handful of
the loOO passengers who thronged the
decks of the big boat when the fire
broke out, is regarded as the greatest
miracle in the annals of the upper
DEATH SEXTEXCK COMMUTED.
President Diaz of Mexico has com
muted the death sentence passed upon
Manuel Silva, who committed murder at
Santa Rosalia, Chih., June 22, last year,
by stabbing to death a man named
Rosalino Valenzuela, to 20 years' imprisonment.
FATHER (OF XEW GIRL.
W. E. Davldge, of the People's drug?
store, is around "with a broad smile
on his face, owing to the receipt of a
telegram that his wife, who is in, Gal
veston, Texas, has presented him with,
a fine little girl.
COMIXG IX SATISFACTORILY".
Washington, D. C, June 27. Four
days remain in the government's fiscal
year, which ends with the close of
business on June 30. Uncompleted fig
ures and estimates available at this
time, lead secretary MacVeagh to ex
press himself as well satisfied with the
operations of the treasury department
for the fiscal year now closing.
Mr. MacVeagh regards the new tar
iff law as having justified itself as a
revenue producer. Internal revenue re
ceipts hav exceeded the estimates by
approximately $10,000,000 and the year j
may end with a surplus in the ordi
nary receipts and expenditures, Instead
of a deficit of $34,000,000 as was pre
Durlng tha year the government has
expended on the Panama canal $33,-910,040.
I Will Please the Most Exacting:
-!vr Txr pu:u
mail, vvuuiau ur uuuu.
outfit?, however, consisting of pipes
and trays, having an armful of the para
phernalia when he reached police head
quarters. The Chinamen will be given
a hearing in police court Monday aft
ernoon and are out under $10 bonds
each, furnished by their friends.
MAXY' EL PASOAXS IX EUROPE.
Amons the El Pasoans who have
gone east over the Golden State and
sailed from New York for Europe this
summer are Francis Moore, Mfss Bessie
Bailey', principal of the Mesa school:
Mrs. Willie McCreary. a teacher in the !
several i city schools; S. C. Awbrey, of the firm
FLYIXG TIMBER REXDERS
A food as nourishing, more delicious and eco
nomical than meat. Quickly and easily prepared.
Ask Your Grocer.
HALF HOLIDAY IX
The federal building contingent of
officials and clerks will join the base
ball rooters' club on Saturday after
noons after July 1. Beginning with
that date all offices In the federal
building, with the exception of tho
postoffice, will be closed on Saturday
afternoons until October 1.
Take a Kodak
A record in the shape of an alburn filled
with pictures of youi trip is worth while.
Brownie Cameras, $1 and more. Kodaks
5 and more.
FRED J. FE
arm i in S
30S S3B Antonio St.
GOIXG TO CLOUDCROFT.
Walter Williams, the policeman, will
obtain a leave of absence on July 1
and go to Cloudcroft with his family.
Williams is nlrn1v nronorlmr rr.
San Jacinto plaza armed with a 22
caliber rifle and asked permission of
officer Tillman to hunt in the pla2a.
After failing to bag an alligator, the
hunter returned tJ the transfer station
much elated over his outing.
Horace 31. Simmons Has Stitches Tnken
in Six Inch Gaping Scnlp Wound,
Then Walks Home.
While standing in the rear of the new
building being eretced for Krakauer,
Zork & Moye, on San Francisco street,
Horace M. Simmons, an electrician em
ployed by the National Telegraphone
and Supply Co., sustained a painful,
though not serious injury about 5
oclock Saturday afternoon.
He was doing some wiring in the
new building and went outsjde for
some fresh air, he stated afterward.
He did not notice the workmen throw
ing debris from the top of the new
wholesale house in the rear of the main
building, and a large block of timber
struck him squarely on the head,
knocking him unconscious and inflict
ing a scalp wound about six inches
long. He' was carried to the offices of
Dr. w. B. TJrmston, where several
stitches were taken In the wound.' He
was able to walk to his room on East
Missouri street afterward, although he
did not regain consciousness until
about 20 minutes ofter the accident- His
right arm was bruised, also one side
of his face.
of Awbrey & Semple; J. H. Goodman,
of the American Grocery company, and
his son; Wm. Wright, contractor; Sol
T. Berg and family, A. O. Tlttman. J. J.
Stein, Wm. Rubke and wife. A. Wolff
and wife, and Miss Holland Sharpe.
Cut Rate Hardware
300 S. EI Paso St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wngon Cov
ers, Builders Hnrdtvare, Tools
all kinds, Saddles, Harness and
Cutlery, Teuts, Paint, etc.
Why don't YOU
EI Pnso People Should TCot Wait Until
It Is T Late.
The appalling rate from kid
ney disease is due in i. st cases to the
fact that the little kidney troubles are
usually neglected until they become
serious. The slight -symptoms give
place to chronic disorders and the suf
ferer goes gradually into the grasp of
diabetes, dropsy, Bright's disease,
gravel or some other serious form of
If you suffer from backache, head
ache, dizzy spells; If the kidney secre
tions are Irregular of passage and un
natural in appearance, do not delay.
Help the kidneys at once.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney disorders they cure where
others fail. Over one hundred thou
sand people have recommended them.
Here's a case at home:
Li. Hudson, 1317 E. Overland street,
El Paso. Texas, says: "I, as well as I
other members of my family, have used j
Doan's CidnevPills with satisfactory J
results. I was troubled by dull pains
in the small of my back, especially no- j
ticeable when I sat down. I was finally
advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills and
I did so, procuring a box at Kelly &
REDUCE CHARGE AGAIXST Pollard's drug store. They gave me
MEZEICAX'; IS SEXT TO .TAIL the desired renei ana lor tnat reason
A can riTuiiuiienu iiicm iu an iiuuey
SPAXISH HUXTER AFTER BIG
GAME OX TERRAZAS RAXCH
Chihuahua, Mexico. June 27. The
duke of Montpensier, the royal hunter, j
viiio is related to the royal houses of i
both Spain and Portugal, and who has
been in Mexico for a snort time, is due ;
here the first week In July He is com- ;
ing here to hunt big game on some
of the haciendas of Gen. Luis Terrazas,
the great cattleman, whose guest he
PLENTY OF IT--DRINK
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there Is in
one pound of the clioicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk Is pure milk.
It comes from. Inspected, contented
cows, and Is treated by the most scien
tific methods. Delivered to you in
sterilized airtight bottles.
El Paso Dairy Co. v
Phonest Bell 340; Auto. 1158.
Office 31S X. Oreson.
Nadinola Talcum Powder iscom
posed entirely of sanative ingredients,
nne and soft as velvet. When used
it sets free just enough oxygen to
keep the skin white and soft, and
in a smooth, healthy condition. Pre
vents sunburn, allays irritation. It's
for men and women requiring the best.
25c. by leading druggists or mail
and your money cack if not pleased.
National Toilet Company, 1
Sold by Kelly & Poltard and Other
Shady side Oregon St., opp. postoffice'
FRESH CANTALOUPE SUNDAE.
FRESH STRAWBERRY SUNDAE.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES & CREAM.
FAN TAZ THE NEW DRINK.
Pete Petrosini, the Mexican teamster
arrested and held on a charge of steal
ing coal, was given a hearing before
judoe Lea Saturday. The charge, how
ever, was changed to read "unawfully
using a domestic animal not his prop
erty." He worked for the Southwestern Fuel
company and was alleged to have taken
a load of coal at 4 oclock In the morn
ing, when the wagons are not allow
ed out until 7. A member of the firm
testified that the company had ben
missing coal for several weeks. Pe
trosini was given a jail sentence, thus
being saved from being dealt with by
the county court on a theft charge.
OX S.MELTER CAR LIVE.
With the extension of the Smelter
car line to the cement plant, 15 min
ute service followed the 20 mmute serv
ice, which hasf heretofore been in ef
fect on that line. The change was also
deemed advisable on account of in
creased business. The car line exten
sion to the cement plant is now in
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
BROADWAY and 11th ST.
NEW YORK CITY
Within easy access of every point prln
terest. Half block from Wanamaker s.
Five minutes' walk of Shopping District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rooms $1.00 per day and up
WiJh privilege of Bath
$1.50 per day and up
v Mo rf'Hote Breakfast - 50o
Wra.TAYLOR & SOH, Ino.
El Paso Pasteur Inst if uf e
For Preventive Treatment
325 SAX ANTOXIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res., 3457
not keep cool
We rent Electric
Fans at low
Pocket Flash Lights
All sizes and prices.
107 S. Stanton St.
Southwestern Distributors for
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Send for Illustrated Catalog.
Slail OrderiNxiven Prompt Attention.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
101-103 El Paso Street. El Paso, Texas.