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EL PASO HERALD
8
Mondav.
25, 1910.
CARDINAL GIBBONS
WAS 76 SATURDAY
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SPECIAL NOTICE
H 1 it- MdRjUM iimi wtm as. I S3
I For Rent In New I I
I I Herald Building I
Janitor service is furnished together with all
the incidental requirements that help to make an
office building more comfortable than the ordi
nary office can be without these requisites.
LOCATION located in the very heart of
the business center where all street cars pass
its doors, well advertised, large signs on all sides
of the building, and immense electric signs on
tower show day and night where The Herald
Building can be found. This one feature is worth
money to any business man, to be in a building
that can be located without the assistance of a
city directory and one or two policemen.
REMEMBER, while you know where your
office is located, strangers and others must find
it. Therefore it is good policy to be where you
can be found when people want to do business
with you. rTow-a-days the average person will
not hunt long, he will do business elsewhere.
Apply for full particulars to
Her
Room 326
IJlNhee, Ariz., July 2o. A more accurate estimate of the daningc caused by
Innt Friday' flood places the total loss at a little over $100,000. The Pair store,
Buxton-Smith company and the Pioneer Lumber companj suffered the most
damage. Street car, railroad and telegraphic communication has been reestab
lished, but it is calculated that the work of repairing streets and houses will
require several weeks. Bursted -water mains throughout the city have not yet
been repnired and fcnuch inconvenience Is caused. A good feature was that no
cases of looting from flood sufferers vrere detected and that men spontaneous
ly offered their assistance in doing -whatever they could. A relief fund of ?1000
has been gathered. Sale for the debris in btrcets and basements, the city and
business in general is gradually recovering its usual aspect.
The houses demolished or washed away completely Friday night
In Bisbee and Lowell belonged to Mrs. Bolathitt, Robert Hennessy, Frank Halus,
cement building; Scott AVhaley's residence, automobile repair .shop and stables
above the Calnmet & Arizona hospital; Mrs. Ida Johnson's home; Dobson's
residence and furniture store, AV. F. Goode's building, occupied by the Oisen
Drug company; the Lafayette hotel.
The places damaged are the Orpheum theater, $500; Kramer pool hall,
S1000: HIHman Cigar store, .'."0; Central pharmacy, ?300; Edelweiss cafe,
$3000; St. Elmo saloon, $1000; Fischer and HIckey grocery, $200; L. J. Overlook
building, $1200; Jake 3IIIIer, $."500; Fair store, several thousand dollars; City
bakery, $500; Bisbee Meat Co., $100O; Los Angeles Grocery, $100; B. Carreto
and A. Buffou, residences, $500 each; D ebely fc Phelps, jewelers, stock lost;
George Berry, barber shop, $100; Bonanza, Owl and Colorado saloons, $3000.
Squads of laborers are -working ev erywherc and several days will be re
quired to clean the streets.. Extra po lice are on guard.
All persons reported missing were located alive.
Jos. Prcscido's ranch was washed out and 100 goats drowned.. The loss
Is $1000.
Ten tons of silver and lead ore at the "Wolverine and Arizona were mine
flooded. The loss is $500.
The "Warren baseball park was seriously damaged.
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SENTENCE SERMONS IN
PULPITS OF EL PASO
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The cross of Christ will conquer the world. Rev. R. L. Day, at Calvary Bap
tist church. i
God gives strength and grace sufficient for one day at a time. Rev. R. B.
Smith, First Baptist church. " '
Top Floor
God can direct In such a way that even trials are sweetened. Rev. J. B.
Cochran, Trinity Methodist church.
DOUG-LAS TAKES
THREE GAMES
(Continued from Page 5)
Hewitt from. third to first. Mathewson
took second on' it and -was sent to, third
by Carlson and home by-Pitts, -who hit
a slashing single -to right.
The score:
EI Paso AB: R. H. PO. A. E.
Jackson, lb. 4 2 1 8 0 0
Hewitt, 3b 4 0 10 2 0
Merritt, c 4 0 3 10 4 .0
Gray, rf. 3 0 0 1 0 0
Ketchum, If. .4 0 0 0 0 0
Wright, 2b 3 0 0 4 11
Gowan, cf. . 1. 4 0 0 10 0
Reinhardt, ss 4 0 2 3 2 2
Eumsey, p. 3 0 10 7 0
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Totals 33 2 8 27 16 3
Douglas - AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
.Ward, 3b 3 0 0 3 2 0
Smith, ss. - 5 0 14 2 1
Kelly, cf. 4 112 10
Guynup, lb. . .,....:.. .3. 2 1 10 1 1
Harper, rf. .. '. 3 0 10 0 0
LPrand, c .3 0 1 3 10
Mathewson, If. 3 10 2 0 0
Carlson, 2b li .01210
Pitts, p 4 0 2 14 0
Totals. 32 4 8 27 12 2
Score by innings
ELPaso 1234567S9
-turns. 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 2
Hits. 1 0 2 0 10 3 1 08
Douglas 12 3' 456789
Runs 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 1 i
Hits. 0 10 3 0 110 2 8
Two base hits Jackson, Merritt, Har
per. Sacrifice hits Eumsey, Ward, Guy
nup, Harper X.eBrand.
Strike outs By Eumsey 8; by Pitts 3.
Hit by pitcher Eumsey (Mathew
son); Pitts (Wright).
Left on bases El Paso 9; Douglas 7.
Double play Eumsey to Merritt to
Hewitt to Wright; Kelly to Guynup;
Smith to Gu3nup.
Time of game I hour, 50 minutes.
Umpire Anderson.
STATISTICAL, BALL DOI'E. .
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WHERE THEY PLAY TUESDAY.
National.
Boston at Brooklyn.
Philadelpnia at Pittsburg.
American.
St. Louis at Boston.
Detroit at Xew York.
Cleveland at Philadelphia
Chicago at Washington.! j
Texas.
Dallas at Waco.
Shreveport at San Antonio.
Fort Worth at Houston.
Oklahoma City at Galveston.
HOW THEY STAND.
National.
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Chicago, S3 54
Xew York 82 47
Pittsburg 79 45
Cincinnati S5 43
Philadelphia 81 40
St. Louis S5" 3S
Brooklyn 84 34
Boston 87 32
American.
Team-
Philadelphia 82
New York 83
Boston S5
Detroit 87
Cleveland 7S
i Washington S4
Chicago S3
St Louis 80
W.
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51
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Whenever a man's spirit npprehen ds the word of Jehovah, the reasonings
of unbelief end. Rev. C. O. Beckman, First Methodist church.
The great thng for the world is not church, nor Christianity, nor"religion,
but Christ the person, crucified and glorified Rev. C. R. Womeldorf, at First
Presbyterian church.
We demand of the teacher of today a sound mind and a sound body, and
we have just as much right to demand a sound conscience and Its cultivation.
Rev. Henry Easter, Church of St. Clement.
To trust means so much Eternal life, eternal Joy, eternal gloiy: not to
trust means ''Eternal death, eternal darkness, eternal shame and eternal ago-
Hy. Rev. Alfred J. McElwaln, Houston ,Square Baptist church. '
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True happiness does not come with outward possessions but from within,
and Its fullness Is only in that peace which the Lord promised us and which
psFscth all understanding. Rev. Miles Hanson, at Westminster Presbyterian
church. x
If upon the mountain tops we are given visions of divine glory and majes
ty, It Is that we may descend to the vail ey where the waiting multitudes, the
distressed, the devil possessed and the hopeless are, and that we may be able
to minister unto all nucIi. Rev. Perry J. Rice, First Christian church.
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and New York. On sale June 1st to Sept. 30tb Limit
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For Sailing Cards and Literature Address
w. c. Mccormick, g.a. j. e. monroe, c.t.a.
MEXICO HAS Bia
COTTON PROSPECTS
Many Gins Ordered for La
China District Rains
Help Crops.
Torreon, Mexico, July 23. The pros
pect of big cotton crops in this section
are causing machinery men to reap a
rich harvest. One firm has sold 18 cot
ton gins to planters in this district since
last February under contract io have
them installed by August 15. The mills
have a total value of over $200,000.
Twelve have already arrived at the Tor
reon station and some of them are now
installed. The work of "installing the
remainder is being pushed as fast as
possible. The sellers say that all the
machines will be ready to turn over to
the purchasers, installed and ready for
operation U$- August 15.
Telegrams have been received here
stating heavy rains are still falling at
the' head of the Nazas river and that a
strong flow of water may be expected
within a few days. If this flow contin
ues long enough there is no doubt but
what the cotton crop in the Laguna
district will reach 200,000 bales.
MAN WHOSE DEATH
IS A MYSTERY
CHURCH XOTES.
First Christian Church.
The Christian Endeavor society will
meet Monday evening for a watermelon
social at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Kinney, King's highway.
The woman's Aid society will hold its
monthly meeting Thursday at 4 o'clock
at the residence of the pas-tor, 915 Lee
street.
Rev. F. M. Raine of Cincinnati, secre
tary of the board of foreign missions,
will occupy the pulpit next Sunday
night and morning. Mr. Raines is on
his way to Japan.
Church of St. Clement.
Rev. James G. Mj-then of Roswell. 2T.
M., will occupy the pulpit next Sunday
in the absence of Rev. Henry Easter,
Avho will spend a vacation at Cloud
croft. First Methodist Church.
The Woman's Aid society will hold
its monthly social Thursday at 3 o'clock
at the residence of J. J. Barr, 2715
Montana street.
First Baptist Church.
In place of the evening services next
Sunday. Rev. R. B. Smith will give an
illustrated lecture on "The Life of
Christ." The pastor has sent for some
handsome illustrative slides.
. Cj. Rawn, president of the Chi
, Indianapolis & Louisville railwav !
Monon system), who was found
through the heart in his summer
i at Winnetka, a suburb of Chi-
The police scout the family's
that a burglar did the shooting.
HELD ON SMUGGLING CHARGE.
Jesus Fores and Eutemio FloTes, two
Mexicans arrested, by imanigratflon in
spector Skinner in the act of bringing
two cans of iard across the Rio Grande,
and tried before United States commis
sioner George B. Oliver Saturday after
noon on the charge of smunyrling, were
bound over to the grand iurv on bonds
of $50 each. The bonds have not beeo i
sriven.
XAVAL VESSEL SELLS CHEAP:
INSURGENTS 3 1 AY USE IT
Washington, D. C, July 25. If the
converted yacht Hornet, which the gov
ernment lias just sold to Isaac Stein
ofew Orleans, the highest bidder at
the condemnation sale, is going to Ni
caragua' to serve as the nearest ap
proach to a navy that the Estrada fac
tion can possess, the Washington au
thorities have not received any official
word of that purpose. The Hornet,
when built 20 years ago, cost this gov
ernment $117,500, and was sold a few
days ago for 5,100.
She is a steel craft and could be of
more use to Estrada than the Venus
and the little antiquated tug. San Jacin
to, are to the Madriz forces in Nica
raguan waters.
PUDDINGS
made from
Jell-0
ICECREAM
Powder
Are the easiest made and most de
licious everserved by the finest cooks.
Simply stir the powder into milk,
boil a few minutes, and it's done.
Anyone can do it. Directions printed
on the package.
Ice Cream made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder costs only one cent a
dish.
Flavors : Vanilla, Strawberry,
Lemon, Chocolate, and Unflavored.
M Grocers', 2 packages 25 cents.
Beautiful Eecipe Book Free. Ad
dress, The Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
To Automobile Owners and Dealers
Our business is increasing at such a pace that we
are forced to make the following rule:
On and After August 1st Everything
Be On a Cash Basis
This is not optional with us, but a natural out
come of a rapidly growing business.
"We also take this occasion to thank all patrons
for the splendid business given us in the past, and
hope our cash basis system will meet their approval.
The Sturges Company
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Automobile Supplies.
523 San Antonio Street.
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Cardinal James Gibbons celebratea
his 76th birthday anniversary on Satur-
aay. uaramai uuuuua i- uu ."
50th year since his ordination to the
priesthood and the 25th year since his
elevation to the cardlnalate. Cardinal
Gibbons was born in Baltimore in July
9t 15331 nmi Iijls been closelv identi
fier! with that citv during his whole j
life.
Summer Concerts
Everybody has his own Summer Concerts at Home,
if he owns an
EDISON PHONOGKAPH,
or a
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
Buy one oh the Easy Payment Plan.
"W". G. Walz Company
Talking Machine Dept. 103 El Paso Street.
July Eecords Now on Sale.
RANGERS WATCH
VALLEY VOTING
Are On Duty at Fort Han
cock and at Ysleta Dur
ing Saturday.
Capt. J. R. Hughes and Sergt- H. A.
Carnes, of Amarillo.
R. E. King, of El Paso, spent the
week end with friends here,
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Big Chicago Fire.
Chicago, in.. jui-ir oz r
fn"? "000Cn resulted '
, i" .- . . i thrp firs Vit-q o...i -.
rion. (j. w. jfctuiiman was nere aunng j C -i juuuy. fiames swept
ilew, wiping out 20 buildings. The
Cragm elevator of fho -v,.n,, t
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Hines motored down the valley on Sun- T inu rain company was burned
the election
Mrs. S. C. McCurdy. Miss Ruth Mc
Curdy, Donald F. Doollttle and R. E.
to
the ground and th nlant v,f , r. -c
j Ogren Brewing company was destroyed?
Kills Hcsbaad and Self.
day and formed a congenial dinner par-
tj- at Valley Inn.
A carload of alfalfa from the Lioew- !
Tsleta, Tex., July 25. Capt. J. R. j enstein ranch was shipped east on Sat- j
serve order during the voting'" Satur- Abe Alderete has returned from a trip T7er' ? '7 -3- -Pressing a
day. He states that there was a little to Washington, D. C, and other eastern j 5, J , SLaa s V. temPIf of her hos-
dlsturbance when the polls were opened, j points.
but order was soon restored and things I Mrs. A. L. Peterman, of Valley Inn,
proceeded peacefully. served luncheon and supper to the elec-
Sercjt. ri. a. uarnes was stationed nere uon judaes.
to preserve order on ejection -day. I J
While here, Capt. Hughes and Srgr.
Carnes were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Gourley and Mr. and Mrs. A. 1.
Peterman.
Friends here have received announce
ments of the marriage of Dr. Marvin
E. Tadlock and Miss Maymie Manning,
of Fort "Worth. Mrs. Tadlock is Tvell
known here, having recently sold eight
sections of mesa land and moved back
to her home in Fort "Worth.
H. A. Came and R. E. King attended
the dance at Clint Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gourley enter
tained at dinner on Sunday in honor of
TEXAS FARMERS MEET.
College Station, Tex., July 25. The
Texas Farmers' Congress, consisting of
a score of affiliated agricultural and
kindred organizations, will open Its
13th annual session at the Agricultural
and Mechanical college here Tuesday
morning. The sessions will extenu
through Wednesday and Thursday.
H. Loren Mitchell, phvsical director
of the Y. M. C. A-, left Saturda5- after
noon for Chicago and points in Minnesota.
band, Frank V. Ferres, as he lay sleep
ing, -urs. jl.uiu Jrerres sent a bullet
crashing through his brain and a few
minutes later blew out her own brains.
Clutched In the woman's hand was
found-a letter adaresSed7to her husband
and signed "Marie." It was .couched in
endearing terai3.
A Millionaire's Baby
attended by the highest priced baby
specialist could not be cured of stomach
or bowel trouble any quicker or surer
than your baby if you give it McGee's
Baby Elixir. Cures diarrhoea, dysea
tary and all derangements of the' stom
ach or bowels.
Price 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold by
all druggists.
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BL-END
CIGARETTES
There may be other fish in
the brook but there is only one
cigarette.
Fatima Cigarettes maintain
their superiority by their splendid
flavor "a flavor due to careful
blending of mellow tobacco.
An inexpensive package makes
possible ten additional cigarettes.
Pictures of popular actresses now
packed "with Fatima Cigarettes
20 for 15 cents
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