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In Tvlolation of the anti-nepotism act, -
ic-ii!riinrftiiblts officials of this state i
from tipppinting relatives to office, as
well as in violation at rhe law fixing
the number deputies which may be
appointed by the. sheriff of a county. '
Mienrr.Hau gave ins son, . , .m
a deputy sheriffs commission. Thi--
matter having been commented upon
lv the press of the city, sheriff
revoked "his son's commission on July
19. If the appointment of his son
to the office of deputy, sheriff was
wrong on July 19, it wap wrong in the
first place. But sheriff j Hall's revoea
tit n of the commission Un question is
"'.L i-SU"de """"SS !-
TeCLILlCaUOIl Ol ail UllUJlill Wl'UUg, 1U' .
he forthwith had his son commissioned
a a deputy constable. Now, the ques- t
tiou is. why should the sheriii s son oe
commissioned to carry a pistol at all?
Is tie sheriff's son any more entitled
t' special favors than any other mar's
son? The voters of El Pao countj- vili
ucaouDieaiy resent uiis six-snooier ur
ines? at the polls on Saturday.
Can any fair minded citizen defend
in his , own judgment and conscience,
th appointment by sheriff Hall of
li"7 deputies, among whom are men of
irresponsible character and of bal
reputation for peace and quietude? Will
an law abiding citizen submit without
protest to the arming of men, "by official
authority of the sheriff whose only ex
oiso for wanting.-io carry a six-shooter
Is that they are bartenders, bill col
lectors or ex-policemen? Or that some
of these deputy sheriffs are prominent
citizens and want to evade jury serv
Not conlent-with the 171 deputies a
r"ady appointed by sheriff '"Hall, It is
now said that he is now gettihg ready
ti appoint 500 more able-bodied ,slx
aliooter deputies, for election day jmr
poses, and that he is getting ready to
claim everything in sight and. Chen
Sheriff "Hall 'begs the question
when he refers to the fact that some
of the county officials "have been
away on summer .vacations. There is
no defenc-e to the charge that sheriff
Hall does not run his own office. The
fact remains that he does not run it,
whether he is in town or out of town,
and that his office would run without
him just as well as it rns with him
Sheriff Hall lias never performed any
official act save,, that of appointing
deputies and drawing his salary.
Sheriff Hall announced some time
ago that he had canceled the comriiis
sion of Wade Thomas, tlfe negro sa
loon keeper. It appears, however, that
the commission has not been canceled.
Mr. Tally, who says that he Is a
"candidate against Ike," is out in van
amusing little paragraph in the news
papers, in whih he exprses the
hope that the oters will not pay any
Begins Monday Morning
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attention to the things that have
been said about him. That is a per
fectly natural desire on the part of Mr.
Tally. Fact is, Mr. Tally Is too much
of a joke to take seriously, any way
you look at him.
"The ring" is, of course, always
c osed of th ..
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ins" and the "anti-
perpetually compqsed of
e " -'- wa-
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Now, where would we bb
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ring" composed of Vic Moore,
Tom Powers. Charlie Patterson, "W.
D. Greet, Juan Franco, TV. "A. Mitchell,
Cruz Ortiz and so on? "What do you
think such a ring would do to you, Mr.
Oscar Crowson is having the "time
his Ufe" as campaign manager for
As a matter of fact,
iThe Fight Centered On Hall
Every effort being made by the
"Ring" to defeat Hall for sheriff. Will
sacrifice all other candidates. If Hall
is elected the "Ring" is broken and El
returned to the people.
Czar Kelly making frantic efforts. Bad-j
advice by ring leaders and lawyers al
leged to have been given to Kelly's
judges. The air full of trades. Down
with Hall the "Ring's" cry.
Some of the "Ring" leaders and
their lawyers, it is alleged, have in
structed the presiding judges in cer
tain voting precincts in the city as
follows: '-When an Illiterate voter
goes into the booth and asks the pre
siding judge to make his ballot for
him, the judge Is then to ask him if
he wishes to vote the Alderete ticket.
If the voter says yes, then the pre
siding judge is to mark the entire ticket
for the 'Ring" candidates. '
Section 156, Terrell election law, reads
as follows: "Any judge, clerk, super
visor or other person who may be in a '
room where an election is being held
who there indicates bjT word, writing
sign or token how he desires a citizen
'to vote or not to vote, shall be fined
not less than two hundred ($200) nor
more than five hundred '($500) dollars
and in addition thereto, shallbe confin
ed in the county jail no"tF less) than ten
(10) nor more than thirty (30) days.
f There is no possible doubt, it is al
leged, but what these orders have been
Issued to certain election judges in this
The presiding judge or precinct io.
one is. W. C. Bulger, yard foreman for
the Santa Fe road.
Precinct No. two Is J. A. Brock, real
Precinct No. three Frank Del Buono,
Precinct No. four, A. E. Escajeda,
brother of J. Escajeda, real estate.
Fifth precinct, A. G. Duchene, merchant-Sixth
precinct, Joe Dunn.real estate.
Thirteeth precinct, "Kid" Hadlock, T.
The man or judge who does a thing
like this is guilty Vf a crime, and the J
lawyer who advises It is more guilty. 1
Can thee presiding judges as men, af
ford to follow this advice in the face of
this" law? Can they afford to commit
a crime to satisfy a faction of a politi
cal party, will they stultify their honor
and manhood and follow these Instruc
tions? Mr. NeaJon, Mr. Bridgers and
Mr. Edwards are lawyers and are' sup
posed to be able to read law from the
book; let them read over Section 156, j
above quoted and then let them say
as men if they approve of any such in
structions. "Will they say that It is not
made the duty of the presiding judges
to read out each name on the ballot
to the Illiterate voter and let the voter
Iname each man he wishes to vote for;
and if two men are running for the
. same office and the voter does not name
the one he wishes to vote for, then the
Now, gentlemen, fair dealing requires
that you answer whether or not you ap
prove of the advice given by your law
yers to these precinct judges, what do
however, Charlie Patterson Is the real
power In the Hall camp. And Patter
son's advent into politics is 'amusing.
Some years ago, cwhen he and Jim
Burns, of dance hall fame, ran things
to suit themselves politically, Patter
son always had himself' elected city
recorder. But the day of reckoning
came at last. The people rose up and
gave Patterson and Jim Burns a swat
that put them out of business. Pat
terson, sore and dazed, got to his feet
in time to run for recorder on the So
cialist ticket, after having been de
feated for the nomination in his own
party. He got about 50 votes. It is
well that Patterson now keeps In the
background tha ti.?, well for Hall.
you say? This fraud has been practiced
in the polls in El Paso at previous elec-J
tious. However, one judge has told the
"Ring" lawyers that he cannot stand
for the advice and those who do stand
for !t thf p"bUc T;11 "k theIr ne!
jnwcuicu uiiuugii me press. wncn
they act in a public capacity, their acts
and conduct ae subject to criticism
the.perpetratiort'of this fraud is the only
hope that the "Ring" has left. Mr. Hall
will poll eighty (80) per cent of the.
English speaking voters.
The Intelligent Union VotJ
ers of Ennis Rally Around
th Davidson Standard
and Indorse Him for Gov-
Ennls, Texas, July 22. At a meeting
of the following labor organizations
and Farmers' union lreld here recently
the candidacy of Gen. R.' V. Davidson
for governor was indorsed:
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
Locomotive Firemen and Engineers.
Order of Railway Conductors. 1
Brotherhood of Railway Carmen. "
Painters' union. .
This actfion was taken after a thor-
ough Investigation of the recnrrls n-n
attitude toward labor 6t each candidate
, s nvaT.,aar. n. ,u,
Ed. S. Overhiser, B. of R. T., Chairman..
J. C. Harper, Typo. Union, Secretary? ;
Do your duty as a union man and cast
your vote for Davidson.
PLAZA FETE AT SANTA FE;
MILLS NAMES DELEGATE.
Santa Fe, N. M., July 22. The Wom
an's board of. trade opened Its 11th an
nual plaza fete Thursday night. The
plaza was brilliantly illuminated
Governor Mills has appointed J. T.
Molinarl, of Portales. Roosevelt countv
a delegate to the National Irrigation
congress at Pueblo, Colo.
L. N. Hell, of the Union Clothing com
pany, returned Fridaj' morning from
Santa Rosalia springs, where he has
been for the past three weeks taking
a course of baths. He Is much improved.
- $ $- -
ITatthewson. If. Go-wan, cf
Le Brand, c. Rinehardt, ss.
Carlson, 2b. Ramsey. rf.
Hamphries, p. Gray. p.
Douglas cleflned up El PaNO Friday In
the first of a series of three penmen, the
Hcore beiiip; five to three In favor of the
Smelter bnneh of players. Gray did the
twirliiiK fox EI Paso. It happened like
Douglas up. Ward flew out to left
field. Smith flew out to center field.
Kelley knocked a two-bagger. - Guynup
singled to center field, scoring Ivelley
and making second on' throw home by
Gowan. Harper singled to center, scor
ing Guynup. Mathewson was hit on
the arm and walked. Le Brand fouled
out to catcher. Two runs.
El Paso up. Jackson walked. Hewitt
hit to short, forcing Jackson out at sec-
ond. Merritt flew out to center. Lartn-
man hit to second and was thrown out
at first. No runs.
Douglas up Carlson fanned. Hum-
.phries did the same. Ward flew out to
right. No runs.
El Paso up. Ketchum knocked a
speedy one to short, beating the throw
to first. Gowan sacrificed, advancing
Ketchum-to second. Rinehardt did the
same, sending Ketchum to third. Ram
sey fanned. No runs. '
Dougla up. Smith knocked a ground
er to right field for two bases. Kelly
hit to the pitcher, who threw Smith out
at third. Kelley stole second while
Merritt was throwing the ball to the
pitcher. Guynup walked. Harper
knocked a two-bagger to left field,
scoring Kelley and Guynup. Mathew
son was hit by the pitcher and walked.
LeBrand flew out to right field. Carl
son fouled out to catcher. Two runs.
El Paso up. Gray flew out to deep
left field. Jackson singled over to sec
ond. Hewitt fanned. Merritt flew out
to left field. No runs.
Douglas up. Humphries hit to third,
out at first. "Ward made first on a
grounder, which Jackson missed. Smith
sentN one to short, forcing Ward out at
second. Earthman threw wild to first
trying to make a double, and Smith
went to second. Kelley knocked a
vicious single along third base line,
scoring Smith. Guynup sent a hard one
to center field, Gowan throwing Kelley
out at third. One Tun.
El Paso up. Earthman hit to third,
out at first. Ketchum hit a two-bngger
to right field. Gowan hit a hot fly to !
right fielder, who droppVd it. Rinehardt
hit to first base, who threw 'to short
stop. The latter dropped It and Ketch
um scored, while Qowan made second.
Rumsey hit to right fielder, who drop
ped the ball. Gowan -"cored. Rinehardt
to third and Rumsey to second on
throw-in. Gray hit to the pitcher, who
threw him out at first. The latter
threw to second and Rinehardt Scored.
Jackson hit to pitcher out -at first.
Three runs. (
. Fifth Inning:.
Douglas up. Harper hit to first, out
at first. Mathewson flew out to sec
ond. LeBrand eut on a. hit to first
and lost his shoe on the waj'. Nd Tuns.
El Paso up. Hewitt hit to short, out
at first. Merritt died the same roate.
Earthman walked. Ketchum hit a sin
gle to second and Earthman went to
third. LeBrand threw to second, who j will be confined largely to aged and
returned the ball in tiime to catch . Indigent Indians.
Earthman trying to steal home. No j The Indian bureau believes that in de
runs, j creasing the rations so far as possible it
Sixth Inning. Is lending a helping hand to the Indian
Douglas up. Carlson hit through Jack- j In his combat for self support. The goal
son for one base. Humphries bunted j which the officials see In the not distant
and kicked the ball, felt umpire re- future is a total abolition of these grat
f used to call him out. Carlson went to I uitles.
second. Ward kicked on a strike and Last year d7,S6S indians received ra
the umpire ordered him out of the tions at a cost of $412,142. This cost,
game. Anderson went in for him. An- It is expected, will be decreased by $2S,-
derson hit to Gray, who threw Carlson
out at third. Smith hit to short, who'
threw Anderson out at second. Carlson
tried to steal second and Jackson threw
Humphries out at home. No runs.
"El Pao up. Harper went from right
to third base and Anderson went to
right field for Douglas. Gowan fanned.
Rinehardt hit to second, out at first.
Rumsey singled to short. Gray hit to
short, forcing Rumsey out at second. No
Douglas up. Kelley wa-lked. but was
caught trying a delayed steal. Guynup
singled to left field. Harper hit to
Gray, who threw Guynup out at second.
Mathewson went out on a fly to third.
No runs. Smith relieved Humphries In
the box for Douglas.
El Paso up. Jackson sent a high fly to
to right center field. Both players
missed It and Jackson went to third.
Hewitt bunted and went out to first.
Merritt hit to shor ,out at first. Earth
man walked. Jackson was caught off
of thrld trying to s'eal home. No runs.
Douglas up. LeBrand singled to left
field. Carlson fanned. Humphries out
on a foul fly along first base line to
catcher. Anderson flew out to second.,
El Paso up. Ketchum'singled to left
field. Gowan sacrificed, Ketchum to
second. Rinehardt went out on a foul
fly to third. Ketchum stole third.
Rumsey walked. Gray hit a swift one
to third, but went out at first. No
Douglas up. Smith went out, second
to first.' Kelley was hit on the arm
and walked. Guynup singled to right
field, advancing Kelley to second. Har
per hit to short, out at first. Kelley
went to third, Guynup to "second. Math
ewson bunted to the pitcher and went
out at first. No runs.
El Paso up. Jafekson bunted to third,
out at first. Hewitt and Merritt went'
the same route. No Tuns.
R. II. E.
DouglaH ... 2021000 00 " 32 4
EI Paso 000300 0 0 0 3 O 3
At Chicago Boston-Chicago,
. At Pittsburg R. H.
Brooklyn 00010000 0 1 6
Pittsburg 061110 5 0 x 14 15
Batteries- Brooklyn Miller, Knetzer
" ; ' '
and Erwin; Pittsburg Philllppi and
Gibson; umpires Johnstone and Eason.
At Cincinnati R.H.E.
Philadelphia ... 10001002 0 6 2
Cincinnati 02030001 x 6 10 2
Batteries: Philadelphia Moren, Stack,
Shettler and Dooin; Cincinnati Beebe
jr xwu .ui-jeiiu, uiiiinies j uay ana rsren
$ j nan.
I At St. Louis R. H. E.
New York 00000000 0 0 5 n I
St. Louis 00020200 x 1 7 0
Batteries: New York CrantTaTI and
Meyers; St. Louis Lush and Bresna
han; umpires Rigler and Enislie.
At "Washington 1st game R. H. E.
Chicago 003100001 5 13 0
"Washington 00001000 0 1 6 0
Batteries: Chicago "White and Sulli
van: "Washington Gray and Becken- !
dorf; umpire Perrine.
At "Washington 2nd erame R IL E.
I Chicago 00000000 0 0 3 1
"Washington ... 20000000 x 2 S 0
Batteries: Chicago Olmstead and
Payne: "Washington Groome and Beck
endorf; umpire Perrine.
At Philadelphia 1st game R. H. E.
Cleveland 03 03 0000 1 7 5 3
Philadelphia ... 0li011020 6 10 3
Batteries: Cleveland Berger and Be-
I mlc PhiladolnhiaMnpcoTi TWotot--
, Thomas and Lapp; umpires O'Loughlin
At Philadelphia Second game
Cleveland R. H. E.
00010000000000 0 1 7 2
00001000000000 0 1 12 0
Batteries: Cleveland Falkenberg and
Easterly; Phllalphia Bender and
Lapp; umpires-gan and O'Loughlln-
Game called at end of fifteenth in
ning on account of darkness.
At Boston R.
St. Louis 21000000 03 S 2
Boston 0030101 x 6 S 2
Batteries: St. Louis Lake and Ste
phens; Boston Smith and Carrlgan;
umpires Kerln and Connolly.
At New York K. H. E.
Detroit 02104010 0 8 12 1
New York 00010145 x 11 14 5
Batteries: Detroit Mullln and
Schmidt: New York Warhop and
Mitchell; umpires DIneen and Evans.
Hon. Edwin Waller, for nine years a
clerk in the comptroller's office and a
candidate for state comptroller, Is here.
Mr. Waller is an ex-student In the aca
demic and laws departments of the Uni
versity of Texas, and Is a son of a con
federate officer. He will be on the
ticket jtrom Waller county, which was
namedjior his grandfather. His wife'3
people all live in the western section
of the state. Paris Dinner Horn'.
UPLIFTING THE INDIAN BY
CUTIXG OFF HIS RATIONS
Washington, D. C, July 22. -In pur
suance of its plan to raise the indian
to the plane of Independence occupied
hv hs onmnr nf nthr n tT, k-
reau "of Indian affairs will materially
I decrease the rations to be distributed
among the red men this year
This year the rations, It is expected.
033 this year.
1 iflii II M 1 la
(Continued from Page One.)
county; L. T. Dashiell, of Leon county;
Allison Mayfleld, of Grayson county; J.
W. Blake, of Hill county.
For railroad'commissioner (unexpired
term) William D. Williams, of Tar
For commissioner of the general land
office 7. T. Robison, of Morris county;
Charles W. Geers, of Tarrant county;
H. L'llis Hill, of Harrison county.
Superintendent of public Instruction
F. M. Bralley, of Fannin county.7"
For commissioner of agriculture
Ed R Kone of Hays county.
I For judge of the court of criminal
appeals A.- J. Harper, of Limestone
county; Felix J. McCord, of Smith
county; P. A. Turner, of Bowie count y.
For associate justice of the supreme
court T. J Brown, of Grayson county.
For the United States senate
Charles A. Culberson has no opposi
tion and will be nominated at the forth
Congressional District Candidates.
For congress the following is the of
First district Morris Sheppard, Tcx
Second district Martin Dies, Beau-1
Third district R. W. Simpson, Gil
mer, Upshur county; H. C. Geddie, Min
eola, Wood county; James Young, Kauf
man, Kaufman county, G. A. Boden
he'im, Longvlew, Gregg county; R. G.
Andrews. "Wood county; J. H. Beavers,
Fourth district Choice B. Randell,
Sherman, Grayson county re-election);
B. Q. Evans, Greenville, Hunt county.
Fifth district Jack Beall, Waxa
hatchle, Ellis county (re-election);
Dwlght L. Lewellen, Dallas, Dallas
Sixth district Rufus Hardy, Corsl-
On the shady side of Oregon St., opp.
i rosiuiiicu. sjuanuy a-weets. rroperiy
3 j served.
- Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
Mfirrsp Kih Knsfiffi.
Chuck Steak and Roasts, ftn
Per lb. . ; . , ! C
Fresh Pork Sausage, -- fft
per ib ..:::: mo
You get tlie Finest Meats at the Lowest
Prices, and the Best Service at
j. C. PEYTON, Successor l
114 N. Stanton
cana, Navarre county, (reelection
Seventh district A. W. Gregg. Pales
tine, Anderson county, (reelection): C.
C. Stokes, Crockett, Houston county.
Eighth district John M. Moore,
Richmond, Fort Bend county, preelec
tion) Ninth district George F. Burgess,
Gonzales county, (reelection).
Tenth district Albert Sidney Burle
son, Austin, Travis county, (reelec
tion). Eleventh district Robert L. Henry,
Waco, McLellan county, (reelection).
Twelfth district O. W. Gillespie, Fort
Worth. Tarrant county, (reelectioh); Os
car CalloTvay, Comanche county; D. M
Alexander, Weatherford, Parker coun
ty. Thirteenth district John H. SteTens,
Vernon, Wilbarger county, (reelection).
Fourteenth district James L. Slay-
faeh, Bexar county, (reelection).
Fifteenth district John N. Garner,
Uvalde, Uvalde county, (reelection).
Sixteenth district W. R Smith, Colo
rado, Mitchell county, (reelectlons).
RHODE ISLAND GETS NO
MORE CONGRESSIONAL PIE. ;
Washington, D. C July 22. The pop- ,
ulation of Rhode Island a? shown by
today's census returns, the first .given
out for a state, indicate an increase of ,
more than 118,000. This figure is no: ,
sufficiently larce to insure an additional
representative in congress. Thus, for at
least 10 years more, the state will have
to get on with two members, as it has
been compeled. to do since the appor
tionment under the first national census
By the present system. Rhode Island '.
with 428,556 people in the 12h cen'ui
has one representative to each 124,278
persons, an average of about 21.000 '
above tie reouirement of 1S3.000. A
now shown by the 13th census the state j
as 156.000 more people than are nee- I
j essaTy to give rwo representatives. t
Railroads, Steamship Lines, Hotels, Etc, throughout the world honor
and accept the- "A. B. A." TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. Very easy
to negotiate, because Self-identifying. Not available to finder or
thief, in case of loss or theft. Convenient denominations.
O. R. MOREHEAD, President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT Vice Pxea.
L. J. GILCHRIST, 'Ass't Cash.
State National Bdnk
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000,
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner. Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PEOFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
EL PASO TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY .
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
S. Stewart Frank
A. G. Andreas E- KohlDerg B. Bluraenthal
J. F.v Williams J. H.-Mar
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
cial Valties For j
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SOLOMOXVILLE YOUTH IS
SCALDED; PERSONAL NEWS
Solomonville, Ariz., July 22. A son
of George Foote was badlj" scalded He
and his brother made a boiled out of
a carbide can, then sealed It- It ex
ploded, throwing boiling hot water on
O. Gibson, a mining man from Tomb
stone, has two stenographers here fix
ing up an abstract on some mining
property, he has bought
M. M. Combleth is back from his
Nomie and Lilian Monroe, of Douglas,
Ariz , who are spending their vacation
with their aunt, Mrs. MIt Simms. on the
Big ranch, gave a picnic supper to their
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I liU3lS U1UU1 U1UIH
lTFIX than it used to, Tiii-
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pricey ice cream
"When it is made from. JeH-0 Ice
Cream Powder, Ice Cream does not
cost as much as it did ten years ago.
The price of Jell-0 Ice Cream Pow
der nearer goes up.
Ice Cream, made from. JelI-0 Ice
Cream Powder, is the Iovrest-priced
luxury on earth.
Flavors: Vanilla. Strawberry. Lemon.
Chocolate, and Unflavored.
Jit Croeers', 2 packages 23 cents.
Beautiful Recipe Book Free. Address,
The Genesee Pure Foe Cs., Le ley, K. Y.
on your trip.
BANK, El Paso, Tex.
GEO.D. FLORY, Cashier.
Bank &Trust Co.
'V. E. Arnold, CashierA
F 31. Murchison. Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secv.
Powers H. J. Simmons