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"Wednesday, August 17, 1910.
I You Should R
THAT ALL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES
organized and being organized in Texas are all govern
ed by the same laws.
YOU SHOULD REMEMBER that ALL Life Insur
ance Companies organized in Texas are required to sub
mit to the most strict laws of any state of the United States
-J This makes them the most safe investment possible to be
YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT IT MAKES NO DIFFER
ENCE WHO GETS UP A LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN
TEXAS.. NOR WHO ARE STOCKHOLDERS OR DIREC
TORS, nor how much other money the stockholders may have,
the responsibility extends ONLY to the amount he has put in' the
Life Insurance Co. as a stockholder. You should know that a
man's prominence as a grocer, politician, hardware merchant or
railroad clerk has nothing to do with the success of the com
pany; it is a question of HOW MUCH LIFE INSURANCE CAN
THE COMPANY GET. As to the dividends that will be paid
the law governs all as to saf efv. You should know that it takes
AT LEAST ONE EXPERIENCED Life Insurance man in the
company to know HOW AND WHERE TO GET fKE BUSI
NESS. I AM A LIFE INSURANCE MAN OF EXPERIENCE
AND SUCCESSES. I wrote and procured both the charters for
The Two Eepublics (now being organized in El Paso), for which
you are asked to pay $250.00 per share and assign your proxy to
others ,to vote as they think fit, and I also wrote and procured
the charter for the El Paso Life Insurance Co.
I know Life Insurance in its many departments, have worked
for Fidelity Mutual of Phila.; Mutual Life of IS". Y.; Equitable of
SL Y-; Mutual Benefil of Newark, N. J.; Manhattan Life of N. Y.;
State Life of Indiana; Citizens' Life of Ky.; American Central of
Indiana; Inter-State Life of Ind.; State Mutual of Gra., and Texas
Life of Texas I have written over $7,000,000 insurance in Texas
PERSONAL BUSINESS and have been Gen. Agent for two Cos.
for Texas and executive special for another. I know what to do
when all the stock for the El Paso Life is sold, and will do it.
You will find every book up and in order as the laws require, and
every detail attended to as EXPERIENCED insurance men de
mand to make this a striking success. I hope and expect to stay
with this Co. after it is organized. I do not reside in another city
and do not expect to take the train for home as soon as stock is
all sold. v I am with this Co. (El Paso Life) to stay. This is a
child of Ay mind and I want to help it grow. I will apply ALL
mv experience, ALL the experience of the MOST SUCCESS
FUL companies TO THIS COMPANY and YOU will manage
ALL the finances of this company. It is to be YOUR company
with no proxies and for NO particular bank nor faction of
finance. IF vou get stock in THIS Co. you will have the ONE
BEST INVESTMENT of your life.
Remember, I say, ALL Life Insurance stock is a good in
vestment, but there is always a preference and the El Paso Life
is THE one. You will note the difference when the dividends
are being paid THIS Co. will lead them all. '
Just now OUR stock is being sold for $175, while the Two
Republics is being sold for $250, and BOTH charters are EX
ACTLY alike (I wrote both of them), and the par value of both
Call on or write me before I sell this block out and raise
it to $200.
J. A. BQ
EL PASO LIFE
- 1 Brevities
All afternoon and evening: trains are
reported on time. The T. & P. train
due at 11:40 a. m.. is due at 6 oclock
Kill Wife and Self.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug". 17. In the
presence of their two children, aged 4
and 6 years, Bartko Bernardsky shot
and killed his -wife and then committed
Fancy queen olives in bulk 25 cents
JacItKon's Sanitary Grocery,
Tlhn rHffprpnA 'ht-nrpn -mirr and im-
' nnra irA tiom fo -iitiflr"lTT losT.nfl TclltfTl
you eat some other ice cream than
I Folk Ik Endorsed.
Kirksville, Mo.. Aug. 17. The candi
j dacy of Joseph "W. Folk for the presi
J dency in 1912 was unanimously en
l dorsed at the meeting of the Demo
i craic committee for the first congres
FRATEILYAL BROTHERHOOD PRIZE
BALL "WED. NIGHT, AG. IT.
box, with patent measuring
tube, which is both safe
and convenient for tourists.
received a telegram from Mammoth,
Wyo., regarding- the reported forest
fires in Yellowstone park. It says.
"Notify all concerned that there are
no fires in the park. They were all ex
tinguished three days ago and -were
never -within 20 miles of the traveled
Roast veal every .morning-.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
The El Paso Dairy's way Is nature's
way; nature's way with El Paso Dairy
milk is the only way.
Railway Stock Increase.
Jefferson City, Mo., Aug . 17. The
J Missouri, Kansas and Texas terminal
Railroad company of St. Louis has filed
with the secretary of state a certificate
of an increase In the capital stock from
$100,000 to $10,000,000.
Noted Southwestern Speak
ers at Opening Session.
(By 2Irs. V. S. TILTOX.)
Cloudcroft, N. M.f tuig. 17. After
10 years of planning- and working the
first Chautauqua meeting: was opened
In the pavilion by J. A. Eddy.
The hope of years "was realized and
on a beautifully decorated stage with
the flag as a background were gover
nor William J. Mills, exgovernor Curry,
Rev. Edward Millican, J. A. Eddy,
Judge A. B. Fall, judge Byron Sherry,
Dr. C. Clayton Patch, "W. G. Roe,
Prof. J. M. Helm, Prof. Lacy Simms,
Prof. T. W. Conway and Dr. Herbert
Selections were rendered by the
Oliver orchestra during the evening.
-Rev. Edward Millican opened the ses
sion with prayer. Dr. C. Clayton Patch
introduced J. A. Eddy, the "father of
Cloudcroft" who told of the. inspiration
when "he first beheld this primeval for
est, and ho-w through much strife he
succeeded in saving eighty miles of
camping ground for a dwelling place
among the pines Jof the Sacramento
Mr. Eddy introduced governor Mills,
who spoke on framing a constitution
;-r the new state.
The rest of his speech was drowned
In the thunder ajid the hard rain.
Governor Mills Tas followed by judge
Fall, who also spoke on the constitu
tion, and paid a glowing tribute to the
iien who framed the first constitution,
;aying: "That they were superior to
any body of men who ever assembled
ko frame a constitution, and that they
worked five months upon the constitu
tion of the United States without the
aid of daily papers, railroads, wireless
telegraphy, telephones, etc.
Judge Byron Sherry was the
speaker and he paid a tribute to the
great architect of the universe who
had created Cloudcroft amid the moun
tain peaks and "clothed her in mag
nificent forests of green and breathed
Into 'her nostrils the purest of health
giving pine laden air. He also spoke
in defense of the lawj'er and is for
hanging the briber and the penitentiary
for life for the bribe taken, and would
choke off the boss politician.
Exgovernor Curry was the last speak
er and spoke briefly on statehood. He
also told of the great strides along edu
cational lines that had been made, in
the Philippines, since the United States
took possession of them.
The evening session was given over
to a. musical program. A number that
received much applause was a song by
the James Canyon quartet.
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.
Santos GoriUo is in the city jail,
charged with assault and discharging
firearms within the city limits. The
case iwill 'be tried before judge Lea at
4:30 Wednesday afternoon.
Big Fire Sale is
Continued a Week
Hundreds of Bargains Yet Await People
of El Paso "Who Act.
The pleasing announcement was made
by the Underwriters Salvage Co.. wno
have been conducting the sale of the
E. B. "Welch stock which was slightly
damaged -by 'fire some few weeks ago,
that the sale which was to close tonight
will continue for one more week. The
sale was continued owing to the fact
that many people who contemplated
buj-lng would be unable to do so until
the next few days. There is yet a large
HLAYHILL SAWMILLS ARE
One Mill Is Destroyed by Fire In Spring
Canyon; Penmanship School Clowes;
Mayhill, X. M., Aug. 17. "W. E. Jer
gins, of James Canyon sent atfull crew
of .sawmill hands down to the Curtis
canyon mill site and sawed up all the
remaining timber there, and Is hauling
the lumber to Mayhill
Ollie Posey's sawmill in Sixteen
Spring canyon, was destroyed by fire.
Mr. Posey had just bought the mill
and had only run one day. The fire
started in t,he wood pile, it is thought,
as it was heaviest there when discov
ered. The mill is a total loss.
J. F. Mahill and family left for Ala
mp for a short visit with Mrs. Mahill's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter.
Misses Georglce and Ellen Hunter also
returned home to Alamo.
Miss Ora Browning will attend school
at Rdswell this coming term.
Mrs. Matt Mills, who has been sick
J. "W. Dockery and wife went to
Cloudcrft with produce.
Mrs. P. -E. Miller and daughter left
for the Pecos valley to spend a few
J. E. C. Bell's condition is slightly
improved. He Is still confined to his
bed. Mrs. Bell is also very sick
Miss Lucy "Wood, of Strawn, Tex.,
who has been spending the summer
hero expects to leave for Carlsbad ou
September 1. i
A writing school that has been con
ducted here for the past 30 days ha
LAS CRUCES PEACHES
BRIXG GOOD PRICE
Las Cruces, X. M.. Aug. 17. Professor
amount of high grade furniture, car- I " "" "" Ui norncuicurai
not rno- Prnrii-Arr nnfl rtt xrWv, - department of the Agricultural college,
pets, rugs, crockery and etc, which -was
not damaged in any way whatsoever
that will be offered at a still greater
sacrifice during the last week and El
Paso people who do not take advantage
el this great bargain event will miss the
opportunity of their lives as this sale
w ill positively close on August 23. Even
if you think there is nothing you need
in this line it will pay you to visit the
gicat sale during the last few days.
Don't forget the place, 107-111 N. Stan-
next 1 ton stroat.
has just finished shipping the last of
the Alberta peaches from the station
orchard. Off one acre of 4-year-old
treos he has shipped over 300 crates of
fancy fruit, not counting what was sold
locally. The peaches brought from 75
cents to $1 a crate, most of them sell
ing at the larger figure.
Mrs. H. G. Dowell. -of Globe, passed
through El Paso Tuesday en route to
C. L. Billlngtow, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9. painting, paper hanging, decorating
Dill pickles, 20 cents dozen.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Iron Worker Falls, Dies.
Des Moines, Aug. 17. A. W. Baldwin,
a structural iron worker, fell 11 stories
from the top of the Equitable building
to his death. The man struck an iron
girder which split his body almost to
Boy Charges Cruelty.
Mobile, Ala., Aug. 17. Federal war
rants have been Issued for the arrest of
J. Harry Steeves, of the fishing smack
Albarella, nd the entire crew, charged
with inflicting corporal punishment on
John Roguls, a loyearold boy. The lad
alleges that the master and crew ma
rooned him on an uninhabited island In
the Gulf of Mexico after beating him
and dragging him. in the sea behind the
stern of the vessel, tied in a canvas
Attention, Modern Woodmen.
Account of Buckler building fire the
Modern "Woodmen will hereafter meet at
Redmen's hall on first and third Friday
en We Hear the
We listen rapt with attention and as we count
the strokes we make the mental remark: "Well,
that's mighty close to where I live."
What if next time fate should decree that
your house should hum, are you prepared? If
not, take out fire insurance at once, today be
fore it is too late.
We represent old, reliable Insurance Companies
-EEAL ESTATE AND INSTJBANCE.
. Herald Building.
Smith's ice cream, any flavor.
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
Jcalons Boy Shoots Girl.
Ashland. Wis , Aug. 17. While
Louise Billet was going home with a
party of Triends last night, George Al
lison shot her twice and then committed
suicide. The girl is near death. Elli
son was jealous.
First National Bank savings depart
ment open Saturday evenings until S
Dr. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
Mud Catches Horse Thief.
Seattle. Wash., Aug. 17. An alleged
horse thief, giving the name of George
Deabler, was captured while stuck fast
in the mud of the Duwamlsh river
slough, south of Seattle, after a chase
of more than two miles.
First Xational Bank savings depart
ment open Saturday evenings until S
Smith's Ice cream is pure ice cream.
WIt( Swallows Acid.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 17. Afraid to
face the future painted by her invalid
husband,; Mrs. Emma Freibeng seized a
bottle of carbolic acid and swallowed
Its contents. She died at a hospital.
Freiberg was discharged from a hos
pital "where he had undergone an oper
ation. Hls illness had left him in
Woodman Circle Willow Grove No. 84
will meet Saturday night at 8 oclock at
Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Lulu Mattice,
Clerk. Room 9, Courthouse Block.
El Paso Dairy milk is absolutely a
specialized product. It is lacking in no
respect, because pure milk of a fixed
standard of richness cannot lack.
There is but one kind of El Paso
Dairy milk, the clean and consequently
pure milk, the healthy milk that nature
Fancy ripe olives in bulk, 35 cents
Jackson's Snnltary Groeery,
Chinesw Slave Traffic Arrest.
San Francisco, Cal Aug. 17. At the
request of the federal authorities local
police arrested Man Gow, a Chinese
charged with having Imported. Li So,
a Chinese girl, for immoral purposes.
The police claim that the arrest of
Man Gow has revealed a widespread
conspiracy for bringing Chinese slave
girls Into the country under the guise
of wives of native born Chinese. They
assert that Man Gow's brother, a native
of this city, is now en route here, ac
companied bj a Chinese slave girl.
MRS. SACKS BACKS
Mrs. Russell Sage, one of the wealth
iest women in the world, who recently
visited Mineola Field to see how her
protege. Miss E. Lillian Todd, was pro
gressing on the reconstruction of the
latters aeroplane. It was not known
that Mrs. Sage furnished the financial
support which enabled Miss Todd to
build her aeroplane until the day of
BOYS PLACED IN JAIL
CHARGED WITH BURGLARY.
Coal Price Advance.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 17. As a result
of the strike in the northern coal fields,
coal will be advanced in Denver by the
various companies operating In the
northern fields. Failure to get proper
protection from state and county gov
ernments, entailing heavy expense in
keeping up their own system of mine
guards. Is the reason given by the oper
ators for the advance.
Roast pork and apple sauce.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
One of the Five Boys Is Allowed to Go
Home With His Mother Hear
ing Before Justice Watson.
Henry Luther. Lester Burnett, white,
Hermann Johnson. Robert Wood, ana
Levi Collins, -negroes, the five jxmnjr
sters who hae ben held in the city jail
on a charge of burglary, have been trans- J
ferred to the county jail, and were given
a hearing 'before justice Watson at 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The hear
ing was to have een held Tuesday aft
ernoon, but owing to the nona-ppearance
of Gertrude Webster, a negress, who
is an important witness, the case was
continued until Wednesday. The Web
ster woman is the mother of Hermann
Johnson, one of the negro boys held. All
of the boj-s are charged with burglary.
Mrs. Luthey, mother of Henry Luthey.
and the mother of one of the colored
.boys, were in .the courtroom Tuesday
afternoon. - Both wept bitterly as they
beheld their children arraigned. The
Luthey boy was allowed to go on his
mother's recognizance, and Tuesday
night slept at his home.
CENTRAL FIRE STATION
MASCOT BECOMES ILL,
Little Joe Webster, -iyearold curly
headed mascot of the central fire sta
tion, went "back on dut-" Wednesday
morning, aifter a sick siege, following a
too free indulgence in candy and other
childish delights. Joe declares that he
dees not want any more candy or ic?
ereatm. and that he will tick to soda
pop and peanuts in future. The force
declare they have been lonesome during
Joe's sickness. His presence at the sta
tion at nearly every hour of the day.
his lively disposition and affectionate
nature, do much to aid in breaking the
monotony of the firemen's duties.
Fight Picture in East St. Loul.
East St. Louis, 111., Aug. 17. City
judge Millard informed maj-or Cook and
chief of police Purdy that there is no
law prohibiting the showing of the Jeffries-Johnson
fight pictures, arid he
said any inference on their part would
be trespass. The judge also refused
to Issue an injunction prohibiting the
exhibition of the pictures.
James Caperon and -wife have gone
ito Socorro, X. M., to spend a few
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, .N". M.. Aug. 17. Dan
Hopps, of Van Patten's Dripping
Springs, was a Las Cruces visitor Tues
day. Miss Nemecia Ascarate was in the
city from Dripping Springs.
W. A. Sutherland has returned from
Simmer's ranch at Box canyon, where he
had been for two days with his wife
and son, who are camping.
Edwin Holt was a visitor at Box
canyon at the Simmer camp.
W. R. Reber has been in the southern
end of the county visiting Berino, La.
Mesa, Anthony and otb.21 towns.
Maj. Eugene Van Patten, of Dripping
Springs, has returned from a visit to
the towns of the lower end of the
Felipe Lucero, sheriff of Dona Ana
county, has gone to Nutt.
FINED IN POLICE COURT.
Angel Vasquez, booked at the police
court on a charge of insanity, smiled
as the charge was read to him Wednes
day morning, and declared that he was
not "loco" except occasionally, when lie
got pretty drunk. Judge Lea remarked
that there were few who had not been
loco from that cause, and assessed a
fine of $1.
I Easy Way to Get Rid of Tiese
J Repulsive Bags.
J Nearly every home has the cockroach, acd
I nnless exterminated he Increases at a rapid rate.
At the first sign of a roach, put Stearns' Elejjsrio
' Has and Roach Paste In the sinks and on the
shelves at night, and in the morning you can
sweep np a panful of dead cockroaches.
Stearns Electric paste is also guaranteed to
kill off rats, mice or other vermin. driTins them
out of the house to die.
Stearns' Electric Paste Is sold by druggists or
sent express prepcldon receipt of price. 3 os.box
25c 18 oz. box 8l.(XX
Stearns' Electric Paste Co.. Chicago. I1L
her visit. Mrs. Sage sa'd that she was
deeply interested in aviation and espec
ially glad to see that women are act
ively engaged in an effort to solve the
problem of human flight. There' is a
possibility that Mrs. Sage will donate
a large fund for aeronautical experiments.
MORMOX COLONIES ARE
PREPARING FOR SCHOOL
You are taking no chances when you
eat Smith's pure ice cream.
Government In Sugar Industry-.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 17. According to
"William A. Orton, in charge of the beet
sugar inquiry bureau of the depart
men of agriculture, who have arrived
here, the government will establish a
station in the Arkansas valley for ex
perimental purooses. with a view of
teaching farmers the best methods' of
Increasing the percentage of sugar In
Attention AV. O.V.
There will be a meeting .of the "Wood
men of the "World, "Wednesday evening
at 8 oclock at the Odd Fellows' Hall on
H Paso -street. Every member request
ed to be present. Xw place for meet
ing and paraphernalia to come up.
H. A. "VTa-rruder, C. C.
C. C. Kiefer, Clerk.
Iown Police Clilef on Trirl.
Des Moines, la.. Aug. 17. Chief of
police George Yeager was put on trial
before the city council of Des Moines
on charges of mal administration,
brought bv the To-na nti-Saloon leaerue
brought bby the Iowa Anti-Saloon
league. Teager ic accused of permitting
resorts and gambling rooms to run and
of not enforcing the law providing that
the saloons close at a certain hour.
El Paso lodge No. S2 K. of P. will
meet in Odd rellows' hall Thursday
evening, August IS. S oclock.
R. F. Loie. C. C.
Every person is better for the tonif
of Smith's pure Ice cream.
Yellowstone Tn-k Fires Out.
Salt Lake Citv, Utah. Aug. 17. As.
stant general passenger agent
Spencer of the Oregon Short line has j
AUTHORESS TO GO
ON STAGE SOON
New York, X. Y.. Aug. 17. Laura 1
Jean Libbey, author of 70 novels and SO )
plays of the heart throb order, has suc
cumbed to the lure of the footlights and
Teachers Return From Institute la the
States: YoanK Folks of Guadalupe
TJntertaln at Party.
Colonia Dublan, Mexico, Aug. 17.
All of the teachers from United States
institutes have returned home and
commenced work in their local insti
tute. There Is a good attendance.
Xearly all of the teachers from the dif
ferent colonies are present.
Marcelus Smith, the musical director
for the J. S. A. is here from his home in
The Juarez choir under the leader
ship of Prof. Haag is practicing for an
Xotes Frrm Guadalupe.
Mrs. Clarence Gruell has gone to Col
onia Diaz to visit her mother.
The young people enjoyed an apron I
and necktie party. The young men pur-
chased ties and then claimed the young j
woman whose apron matched, as their j
will appear in vaudeville in the near
future. She will recite two poem and
give a "love monologue" that she has
written. She will probably appear later
at the head of a cast in one of her own )
WATCH THE DATE OX THE YELLOW
Mail subscribers shouia walcn the
date which follows their name on the
yellow label pasted on the wrapper or
first page of their paper. The date
there shows when the subscription ex
pires. "When a remittance on subscrip
tion is made, this date is changed. If it
Is not changed soon after remittance,
allowing, of course, a reasonable time
to reach El Paso, the subscriber should
ca.ll the attention of this office to the
oversight. By doing so when the matter
is fresh in the minds of all concerned all
further trouble and inconvenience will
You will find it to your in
terest to make this your
headquarters for feed and
grain. We'll save you mon
e7 by giving you better
quality, which means it will
require less feed to kepp
vour stock. To matter how
large or small your orders
may be, they will be appre
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
XEW "WELL IS SUXIC IX
VICINITY OF ROSAVELL
Roswell, X. M.. Aug. 17. Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Fritz of Lincoln, who are having
a residence butlt here expect to move to
Roswell to live about September 1. Mr.
Fritz's daughter. Miss Bessie Dolan, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Thornton and
will teach music here.
Roswell's last shower was the heaviest
of 1910, measuring .3S of an inch.
"W. M. Ferguson now has an artesian
well on his farm near Lake Arthur, just
completed, with a flow that spouts 56
Inches above the eight-inch casing.
GIROX IS DELEGATE
FROM SAX ELIZARIO
Gaspar Giron, of San Elizarlo, Tex.t
has been appointed a delegate to the
18th Xatioual Irrigation congress, to
be held at Pueblo, Colo., on September
R. Hudepohl, motorman of the Mexico
line, is seriously 111 at his home. 111 (l
Tornlllo street. He has appendicitis
George S. Thomson, of the Home
Rubber company, has returned from
On the shady side of Oregon St., opp.
Postoffice. Quality Sweets. Properly
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
Bell 1000. Auto. 1158.
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