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Wednesday, July 13, 1910.
EL PASO HERALD
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GEXERAL 3XAHAGER FOR
3IIXE ARRIVES IX BISBEE.
Miner Injured hy Caveln Cattle Re
ported Dying m Result of Lack
of Rain Farmers Organize.
Bisbee, Ariz., Juiy 13. J. Green-way,
the new general manager of the Calu
met & Arizona and the Superior &
Pittsburg' Mining company, has ar
rived. He was in Bisbee in 1S8S and in
Robert Bium -was caught by a cave
in while working on the 1300 foot level
of the Junction mine of the Superior
& Pittsburg company- He was taken
to the Calumet & Arizona hospital, hav
ing been injured on the head, breast
J. Martinez, the Mexican taken to
the Calumet & Arizona hospital with
four revolver bullet wounds in his
body. Trill recover.
Reports from southern Arizona and
northern Sonora state that the area
benefited by the last rainfall Is very
limited and that a great number of
cattle are dying each day.
T. W. Ferguson, who collected
among local miners the sum of $731.50
to help the familes of the victims il
t-.e "Whitehaven (England) disaster,
has received a letter of thanks from
tne city 'clerk of that 'town.
Sir sisters of Loretto acacdemy have
left for Tucson to visit the San Xavier
Miss Iva Butler "has returned from
lyes Angeles, Calif.
Junction shaft, lias gone to Mexico to
take a position with a mining com
pany. Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Trottman
have returned from the Huachucas,
where they spent a month's vacation.
A c6mpany has been formed by Bis
bee people under the name of "West
End Farmers alliance. The new cor
poration owns considerable land in the
Antelope valley in Arizona. )
ALLEGED THIEF ARRESTED
AT FUMESAL OF WIFE.
Monroe, La.. July 13. Beturning here
with Philip Ward, alleged horse thief,
sheriff Parker and his deputies reported
that they came upon Ward while he
was standing by the half filled grave
of his wife near Ouachita City.
Ward drew a revolver, but a deputy
knocked it out of his hand. He drew an
other with a 3ike result. ,
Ward's wife committed suicide Mon
day. He says that he had self destruc
tion in mind when tiie posse drew up
and had no thought of harming them.
RECOVER STOLEN HAT
SKir3IEXT IX" TORREOX
Torreon, Mex July 13. A shipment
of over 600 bats, stolen rrom a car at
one of the stations on the National
Railways of Mexico, south of here, has
been discovered In Torreon. The ship
ment was seized by the police and will
, be delivered to a special agent of the
railroad company, who will give the
hats to the owner.
Other thefts have been reported along
the railroad lines and secret service
men have been employed-
At the Summer Resort
Between dances after a walk or a sail
any time and all the time, drink sparkling
Delicious, refreshing, invigorating, cooling.
It has a delicate flavor that's all its own
and that everybody likes. Try t.
HESSIG-ELLIS DRUG CO.
Distributers for United States, Canada and Mexico
cleanses, preserves and beauti-
! fies the teeth, prevents tooth
It l .. U,r
decay ana impaiis pmiLy
and fragrance to the breath.
Suffering great agony from a Drofcen
back, an unusual acelcenr except in
mining camps, Juan Perez, a Mexican
not more than 30 years old. lies in Ho
tel Dieu. The man was injured six weeks
ago at the Gandelaria Mining company's
works at San Pedro, Chihuahua, arriving
here on .Tuesday evening's Mexico iNorth
wetstern train. ,
Information sent by physicians of tfiie
Mexican company merely tells of an
accident by falling rocks and a historv
of the case. The invalid arrived on a
cot in tiie "baggage car of fche train,
which was met by the Hotel Dieu am
bulance. Hospital physicians have decided to ex-a-mina
the back bj' X-rav, that tine exact
location of the spinal fracture ma- be
ascertained. Chances of life in such
cases are few. ,
Mutt and Jeff are with us; second ap
pearance today on sport page. Every
day in The Herald hereafter.
Tacoma, Wash., -juh' 13. Twenty-five
preachers of the Ministerial association
waited on the city commissioners and
asked them to prohibit the exhibition
of the Jeffries-Johnson fight pictures.
The couneil took it under advisenieht.
Victoria. B. C-, July 13. The provin
cial government will announce its de
cision concerning the fight pictures on
Thursday. It is understood the govern
ment will not interfere.
London. Eng., July 13. A niotion de
precating the exhibition of the moving
pictures of the Jeffries-Johnson fight in
London halls was carried by a vote of
45 to 29 at a meeting of the London
Pittsiburg. Pa.. July 13. Movm pic
tures depicting train robbers, safe crack
ing and other crimes must not be suown
herea-fter in Pittsburg by order of the
director of public safety. The recent
holdup of street cars, the director at
tributes to the influence of unese pic
tures. YOUNG GIRLS IRRELIG
IOUS SAYS EDUCATOR.
Fudge, Frolics and Fin Their Only
Thought Women Have Many Souls
j&ore Than a Mere Man.
Greeley, Colo., July 13. Girls turning
16 are absolutely irreligious and have
no soul to speak of, according to Dr. G.
Sfcanlev Hall, nresident and nrofessor of
psycholopy at Clark university, orces-
ter, uass.. lecuunn at x-ne summer nor
mal school here.
Hence it is. he explairdJJ
are devoted to rats, puns, Psyj
radge, giggles and other
'The budding girl is as haffhl
Jem as tne soul of woman.
Hall, and the world now ki
instead of no soul at all wonraj
one, two, three or even four,
"The young girl is absohj
Jigious in her nature; she ic
seeing tiie immediate -present,
boy looks into the future. Jl
all emotion and for that reas
tain religious fervor is likelv
to her. She should be protej
DEMOCRATS OF WISCONS1
PREPARE THEIR PL
Milwaukee, Wis.. Julv 13.
hot fight on the floor of the cj
a resolution scoring the Demod
islators in the last legislature vj
ed out during the voting for 1
phenson for the L'nited Sea'!
i'he convention dereated ra
favoring the initiathe, referenJ
The platform adopted favors )
serration of natural resources
demns-tlie Pavne-Aldrich tariff
A plank condemning count
Adolph Schmitz was nomine
Street Oar Company Has a
Good Many, But Almost
Every Business and Occu
pation Is Represented.
I According to the records of El Paso
j county, there are at present 157 deputy
sheriffs within the county. Of these,
three men are saloon keepeis one of
them being a uecrro Wade Thomas; the
other two are J. W. Brown and Larry
On this list is also shown the nurae
of S. S. Carpenter, who was tried on a
charge of murder last spring, lIu
jury disagreeing. The street railway
company has monopolized several places
on this list while several city officials
are also commissioned, those on the list
being city sewer comniissioner J. "W.
Hadlock, city auditor D. C. Booth, city
bacteriologist and veterinarian Frank
Thatcher, Powell Roberts, a sergeant
of police, and Billy Smith and Joe Spi
vey, both formerly employed by the city
Several Mexicans throughout the
county, some of them engaged in the
employment business and others in
ranching, hold commissions to carry re
volvers. Several watchmen and private
policemen in the employ of railroads
and other corporations are deputies,
while wo connty oficers who hold oth
er positions are deputies. These two
are Edwin Fovvler, deputy county
clerk, and "Will Watson, deputy county
Contractors, real estate dealers, pro
moters, cattlemen and those engaged
in various other ocenpations are on the
books. "W. "W. Varn, for a year past,
a resident of Mexico, where he was
tried and acquitted on a charge of kill
ing his partner, is among those whose
commissions have not been forfeited.
The list of deputies follows, the oc
cupations being given of all those
whose names are in the city directory;
all these men are thus licensed to carry
guns and some lawyers say they are
exempt from jury service:
R. E. Bryant, chief deputy sheriff.
'. F. Sheffield, tvatchraan. smelter.
T, D. Love, county cormnlssioner.
G. M. Tinnin.
H. G. Van Haselen, courthouse jani
tor. C. J. Dean, teller First national bank.
T. A. Bray, U. S. bureau of animal
I. G. Gaal, superintendent county hos
pital. J. M. "Walbridge, cattleman at Tsleta.
"W. D. Greet, office deputy.
J. M. "White, employment agency.
Mike Fliey, Inspector street railway
C. E. "Woodson, inspector stree- 'ail
J. "W. Brown, bartender, Silver King
saloon; tried and aci'J t?-3d of the
charge of the murder of Manerf Clem
ents. Dr. F. Thatcher, city bacteriologist,
E. D. Aten, watchman El Paso & S.
"W. railroad company.
Thos. "W. Zimpleman, rancher.
Cipriano Baca, special agent E. P.
& S- TV. railroad company.
"W. T. Brownfield.
Alves Dixon, claim agent street rail
H. S. Potter, manager street railway
C. HT. McKinney, Clint, Texas, store
E. H. Bounds
J. H. Comsfock, city
Howard L. Young, El Paso country
Davidi Hammond, superintendent
Chas. A. Blammard, telegraph oper
TV. H. Thomas, saloonkeeper, negro.
D. C. Booth, automobilist to mayor,
R. C. Sparks.
J. E. Bischoff, 1012 E. Nevada street.
Eli S. Ardoin, butcher.
S. S. Carpenter, Lobo, ranchman,
under indictment on charge of murder.
TV- TV. Vara, Mexiico; recently ac
quitted on a charge of killing his part
ner. J. K. Merriman, conductor.
TV. A. M3tchell, candidate for con
stable. A. M. Loomis, real estate.
A. V. Gonzalez, interpreter 41st dis
A. Gallo, employment agent. "
Roy B. Burnett.
J. B.' Bean, rancher.
TV. H. Meers, watchman.
Mike McNally, galonkeeper, East El
Q. Sadler, special agent E. P. & S.
Gr TV. Troutman, watchman. A., T.
& S. F. railway company.
Chas. H. Webster, billposter for
Frank Rich; stage manager El Paso
A. Cockrell, meat buyer.
Benigno Alderete, Ike's father; Ys
leta. J. V. Smith, promoter.
S. C. Gardner.
R. G. Gonzalez, employment agent.
C. S. Miller, county jailer.
C. S. Moore, state ranger; now at
L. TV. Hoffecker, contractor.
E. M. Montes. '
S. E. Patton, architect; lives at
Fred G. Irby, real estate; Kent-
Chas. Vesper, ranchman.
Larry J. Ford, saloonkeeper, lately
arrested for violating Sunday closing
law by city officials.
Arthur D. Mullen. N
TV. J. Rand, manager Bitulithic paving
TV. J. Harris, banker.
Ben Port ell.
J. D. Elliott, depot agent Wells Fargo
TV. F. Williams.
I. S. "Malone, cattleman.
Isidore Edelstine, 616 N. Florence
Joe Taylor, county motorcycle po
liceman. J. E. Watson, blacksmith.
lone Van Murick.
TV. F. Belk, real estate.
A E. Cook. . ', X .
Geo. B. Brady, 'S15 N. Kansas street.
J. W. Fulgham, real estate -i t
E. Wright, superintendent Water
Users' association. 1
A. T. Duncan. ,
Louis Gasser, pumper forjWater com
pany. Victoriano Telles. . ..
O. C. Coles, real estate dealer. "
J. TV. Hadlock, cdty sewer commis
sioner. C. B. Hamilton.
Billy Smith, ex-city detective.
Clarence Ridgelv, watchman, smelter.
T. C. Moon, motorcycle policeman,
1 fr Jt4SZ'V VH
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Men's Clothing Specials
$27.50 men's hand tailored worsted
suits. They fit per
fectly; sale price
$25.00 suits, hand tailored, fine wor
sted materials; they j Q Q
are fine fitters for.. p JL a? a -?
$22.50 suits, are high class hand
tailored suits made
to fit right, for
$20.00 suits; come in worsteds; high
class of tailoring; on
$18.50 pure all wool hand tailored
suits, newest styles;
on sale for . .
$16.50 and $17.50 suits, made of
all wool (materials,
fit nicely; on sale at.
$15.00 suits, pure all wool worsteds.
These suits are made
to retain their shape
$13.50 suits,' all wool
materials, for .
$12.50 suits, wool ma
terial; on sale at
on sale at
Men's and Boys' Summer
S5c lisle and silk ribbed shirts and
drawers; 65c each or rf -f O g?
two for PJL eiuO
65c ribbed lisle shirts and A Q
drawers for TtO C
B. V. D. shirts and drawers for men
is the coolest you can buy; Q
on special sale wwv
35c Msle ribbed shirts and mesh shirts
and drawers; on sale QJ
25c special lot of boys' Balbriggan
shirts and drawer.;.- f
on sole at dd3&
T. T. Spivey, private watchman.
.Cot.man. manager concesjijiis.
killiam Burns, with Southwestern
Fitthett, cattle buyer.
vvton, night county jailer.
ute, treasurer El Paso
t, formerly deputy county
mi, deputy county col-
:er and grocer.
money order cleric
ian Armour &
In, E. P. & S.
Ii, E. P. & S.
Paso Mili ary
We still have many bargains
in good Summer Merchandise. Be
low will give you an idea of only
a few of the items we have on sale:
Your choice of any 50c O
lawn or mousseline for . . rt J C
Choice of any 35c mater- Q
ial for summer wear t)C
Choice of any 25c 3
lawn for ....- IOC
Choice of any 20c 2 O
lawns for JLOC
Choice of, any 15c S S
lawn for i- AC
Choice of any 12 l-2c 0
lawn for 9J1L
Choice of any 10c ff
lawn for - C
Choice of any S l-3c fig-
ured lawn for .Tl.. vv
Choice of any 7 l-2c dress g r
lawn for j fa C
Choice of any 6 l-4c A r
lawn for T 2 C
1 special -lot lawns, Q
figures and stripes, 10 yds OOC
Boys' Wash Suits
$2.50 wash suits, sizes d -
4 to 6, for tplo
$2.00 wash suits for d -f
boys for P I D
$1.25 boys' wash suits
$1.00 boys' wash suite'
75c boys' wash suits
Men's and Boys' Straw
$2.50 and $3.00 straw
hats for men for
$2.00 straw hats for men
$1.50 straw hats for men
$1.25 straw hats for men
$1.00 hats for men and boys
50c hats for boy3
25c straw hats for boys,
j sweat band of leather
Pickles have been emplojed to fill the
vacancies in the corps of public school
teachers of this city. Miss Brownlee is
a graduate of the Pennsylvania state
normal, while Miss Pickles is from the
The Brier opera house, which is near
ing completion, will be formally opened
on September 1 by the Arizona Comedy
company, composed of Gila valley tal
ent. Pioneer day, July 24. will be cele
brated in Safford and at Pima. There
will be a ball game and other sports at
the fair grounds. Pima's celebration
will Include a parade and literary pro
gram in the forenoon and out door
sports in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kurd and. daugh
ter, Marion, have returned from a short
trip to Clifton and Morenci.
Mrs. Katherine Jennings and family
have gone to Camp Inception to spend
two months at their mountain cabin.
B. F. Foster and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Jacobson, B. F. Thum and fam
ily, Mrs. R. S. Patterson and son, Mrs.
TV. D. Robinson, Miss Willa Robinson,
H. M. Thurstensen and family and Mrs.
Geo. A. Olney and daughters are among
those already in camp from this place.
There are about ten families there from
other valley towns. Miss Angia Robin
son has returned from a ten days' stay
at the camp. Charles Thum and W. P.
Lathrop were week end visitors.
Miss Edna French and Fred Dowdle
were married at Solomonvills, Rev. J.
B. Bray performing the ceremony. Miss
Mae Dowdle, sister of the groom, Miss
Edith Jennings and Jesse Foster were
The board of supervisors met at the
court house and issued a call for the
Mrs. E. W. Clayton has returned from
a two months" visit with her mother at
Miss Mae Dowdle has gone to north
ern California, where she will join her
aunt, 'Mrs. Proctor, and together they
will tour the state in an automobile.
At a meeting of the Graham County
Fair association, a new board of dlrec-
get back to strength
the life of the vitality
is nature's best gift to mankind.
building properties of rich,
qualities of choicest hops, it
needed to insure health. It
food in liquid form, easily assimilated and
rapidly transformed into
and rich, red blood.
Pbct Ex tract as an article cf medids
sot as alcoholic beTsnge.
Order a dozen. lottJes from,
your ToccJ druggist.
Insist uon it Iting Pabst,
$6.50 long silk kimonas, a AG.
good quality for P"TrrO
$3.00 Krinkle Crepe, satin faced,
sleeve and front O O C?
$2.50 Krinkle Crope, satin faced,
sleeves and front (J - aq
$1.50 crepe kimonas,
satin faced, for
$1.25 crepe kimonas.
satin faced, for &OC
Dressing sacques at 17c, 20c, 7
25c, 50c and DC
White and Colored Linen
25c 36-inch dress linen; colors,
brown, green, tan, blue "1 9
and red, for J-UC
$1.00 72-inch pure all linen; white
only; suitable tor shirt
waists and dresses, for. .
$1.00 SO-inch sheeting, 85 percent
linen; good for skirts and.
35c 36-inch white linen, nice
for dresses, waists and
75c 36-inch fine handkerchief
linen for DUC
50c 36-inch fins sheer hand- J p
kerchief Jinen for ODC
40c 36-inch sheer handker- c
kerchief linen for OC
Ladies' White Waists
$3.50 fine white lawn d r Q
and lingerie waists for.. Pr0O
$3.00 fine white lawn d O " p
and lingerie waists for.. tj)00
$2.50 fine waists, lace d -i r r"
and enxbroiderv trimmed. P JL a70
$2.00 waists, white lawn
and lingerie, for
$1.75 waists, lace or em
broidery trimmed, for
$1.50 waists, lingerie and 1 r r
lawn; on sale at tj) JL U
$1.25 waists, come trimmed f p
nicely, for JOC
$1.00 shire waists, nice ma- wq
1 special 1
I special lot 01 white and rf r
colored waists; on sale at
Mo Guf lough's
On the shady side of Oregon St., app,
Postoffice. Quality Sweets. Properly
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
BeU 1000. Auto. 1158.
tors was elected, Including Peter An
derson, Z. C. Prina. John F. Weber, Geo.
A. Olney, Thomas Wansley, W. D. Rob
ertson and Luther Green.
EXPERIENCED 3IE.V BUT
TWO ROSWELI ORCHARDS.
Both Advocate Use of Smudge Pot te
Save Crops Trees Loaded TVItk
Fmlt Rata Helps Coadltleas.
Roswell, X. M., July 13. S. T. Cowles,
from the Hood River district, of the
nonneasiern part or Oregon, has
oought from the Berrendo Irrigated
Farms Company a 20 acre plot in the
Milne-Bush tract adjoining Roswell on.
the north, for $3500. Mr. Cowles says
that when all the orchardists in the
Roswell district learn to use smudge
pots properly the town will be the
center of one of the greatest fruit
growing areas in the United States.
Henry Griffiths, who has been
J watching developments and results
here for nearly two years, has bought
the 20 acre -orchard of Capt. M. I. Mur
ray, which was a part of the blgr
Hagerraan -orchard of 500 acres. In
telligent smudging saved the fruit and
the trees are loaded.
Roswell has had a refreshing rain of
0.24 of an inch.
Ask your doctor.
system jaeeds toning
inere is naraiy any one wno does not neea a
tonic now and then not only to
and vigorous health, but to preserve
Being composed of the body
barley malt and the great toning
furnishes the very elements
is a perfect predigested
strong tissues v4" r"iA