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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, August 17, 1910. P7
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FIRBMAX CRUSHED IX A
BAD "WASHOUT ACCIDENT
Santa Fe, X. M., August 17. The
Denver and Bio Grande train from
Denver, ran into a -nrashout, four miles
south of Espanola and the road was
tied up. The engine of the passenger
train toppled over and fireman F. B.
Good, unmarried, had both legs crushed,
both arms crushed and "was otherwise
Injured. He was taken to the company
hospital at Salida, Colo., on a special
TO INDIAN AGENT
Forester Summoned to Ari-j
zona; Sheriff Eeturns
Santa Fe, X. M., August 17. "Word
has been received In Santa Fe that
third assistant postmaster general A. Li.
Lairshc. who came to New Mexico for
his health a year ago and who had re
signed his position with the postoffice
department, but the resignation not be
ing as yet accepted, has been tendered
the place of indian agent at Keams
Canyon, on xhe Navajo reservation,
Arizona, and is likely to accept the
District forester Arthur C Rlngland
was summoned to the Grand Canyon to i
meet .chief forester Graves where the J
administration of the forests in New j
Mexico and Arizona and Arkansas will
be carefully discussed.
Captain Fred Fomoff, of the terri
torial mounted police, has returned from
Los Angeles, Calif., with Nabor Ortiz,
wanted in Torrance county on the
charge of obtaining several thousand
dollars under false pretenses. The
parents of Ortiz, who live in Los An
geles, are wealthy but refused to
settle "with the creditors of their son.
He furnished bail and was released on
George "Warren, a traveling sales
man of Dallas, Tex., is in El Paso.
After a Stretch
of Dust and Sun ,
stop for a drink of delicious, cooling, refresh
Rich, red, sparkling, pure, wholesome.
Everybody drinks it everybody likes it.
It's at all good soda fountains. q
HESSIG-ELLIS DRUG CO.
Distributers for United States, Canada and Mexico
New York, N. T., Aug. 17. Mrs. Reg
inald Ronalds, and her husband it is
said, are now .estranged. Their Fifth
avenue mansion has been closed for
several weeks. Mr. Ronalds, well known
club man and former Rough Rider with
Col. Roosevelt, recently sailed from
New York to London, and inquiry 'de
veloped the fact that Mis. Ronalds had
given up her apartments at the Plaza
Hotel and had departed for Erie, Pa.,
and is living with her mother, Mrs.
Charles H. Strong. Mrs. Ronalds in
herited an immense fortune from her
father) and the late "W. L. Scott, of Erie.
The Ronalds have one child, which is
well known to society as the "Frapped
One of Them Enters a Pro
test and Appeals His
How Loy You, Chun TVing, Chun
Yen, Chun Ugun, Chun Bok, Lum Fo(fe
and Sing Get got ,caught trying to en
ter the United States without passports
of the proper character and the sequel
will be a trip to China at the govern
ment's expense. The Chinamen were
given a hearing before United States
commissioner George B. Oliver Tuesday
morning and the trip was decided upon.
Yee You asked for further time to get
proof of his right to be In these parts,
which was granted. Five of the China
men were caught at the union depot
Sunday night and the other four were
caught Monday trying to cross the border.
Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
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.5 '
2)r. H. A. Magrttder
I DOIPT WORK FOR NEGR0E2
Our 9th year in El Paso.
Government Hill, Chester, between
Brown and Jefferson Government Hill
company to Oscar RIdemann, lots 23,
24, 25 and 26 of block 63, Government
Hill addition. Consideration $500. July
Magoffin addition, S. St. Vrain. be
tween Putna mand Fisher J. P. Nash
ecutor of estate of J. PDIeter, to Fran
cis Franklin, lots 19 and 20, block 32,
Magoffin avenue add. Consideration
?450. February 11, 1910.
Sunset addition, Stewart street be
tween Pumnain and Fisher J. P. Nash
et al to Pedro PInon and wife, lots 36,
37, 38 and the west half of lot 39, block
12, Sunset Heights addition. Consider
ation $3550. August 13, 1910.
Franklin Heights, Montana, between
Williams and Dallas streets J. F. Prim
and T. M. Wingo to Jno. M. Wyatt,
parts of lots 10 and 20, and all of lot
11, block 58, Franklin Heights; consid
eration $2193.16. July 2, 1910.
Public school land S. H. Hunter to
r. L. Ray, section 5, block No. 55, pub
lic school lands. El Paso county; con-
slderation $5000. August S, 1910.
Licenced to W ed.
Harry J. Wilson, of Monterey, Cal.,
and Mary E. Stelner, of Concord, Ver
To Alberto Francoso and wife, 309
Ocampo, boy; Mexican; August 14.
To Gregarlo Rodriguez and wife.
South El Paso street, girl; Mexican;
To E. G. Minder and wife, 1101 Ne
vada street, boy; father Swiss, mother
American: August 12.
To Gregarlo R&driquezz and wife,
1S04 Michigan avenue, boy; Mexican;
August 7. r
To Jesus Garcia and wife, 1502 El
Paso street, boy; Mexican; July 26.
Baby Morphine Klendi1
are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium and
narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir con
tains no injurloHis or narcotic drugs of
any kind. A sure and safe cure for
disordered stomachs, bowels and fret
fulness splendid for teetnlns: infants.
Sold by all druggists
House That Jack Built
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HY here's Jack and Jill moving! They've only been one year in that "cozy little fiat,"
but it's surprising how much one finds dead WRONG about a flat in the coarse of
Moving Day is a happy time for those who are NOT moving who have their own little
(real) HOME or who have made up their mind that moving doesn't pay. Watching OTHERS
move is FUN.
But Jack and Jill are new in the game and though it's just FRIGHTFUL how things are
banged around in moving, yet they've discovered the IDEAL flat not exactly the HOME that
Jack promised, ' but well it seems almost IMPOSSIBLE to save money. And you can't have
a HOME without SOME money ahead, can you?
So Jack and Jill are initiated in the great annual pilgrimage ceremony. This is move num
ber ONE and for their sakes, let us hope there won't be TOO many moves to follow. It's cer
tain there will be SOME until the "PAY ENVELOPE" is expanded or the "GOOD TIMES"
x habit is sworn oif.
Moving Day will never come if you jOwnYour Home
Let us show you how
to own a home for your Rent Money
$iq Down Lots In Government Hill $s g Month
No Mortgage, No Taxes, No Interest CHEAPER THAN RENT
LATTA & H APPER AUSTIN & MARR
207 Mesa Ave., Phone 271 ' Copies Building, Phone 352
New Official Now at Tomb
stone Personal News
Tombstone, Ariz., Aug. 17. Charles
Purdon, of Douglas, recently appointed
special examiner of corporations and
banks for Arizona and New Mexico, is
In the city and Is filling the first as
signment under his new federal job.
which he took following his resigna
tion as auditor of Cochise county.
Mrs. Ollie Simpson and family have
gone to Los Angeles, where they will
sojourn during the -next several months.
The establishment of a board of
trade or chamber of commerce in Tomb
stone is being considered with favor
among the local business men and an
early meeting is looked for in the fur
therance of such organization.
Mrs. J. F. Walker left for Miami for
a -week's visit with her husband who
has been located at that camp for sev
Miss May Chamberlain has gone to
Chicago where she will spend her va
cation with friends and relatives. She
will return to Tombstone about the mid
dle of October.
Miss Grace Hicks returned to Tomb
stone from Douglas and will remain
here for several days on a visit.
Mrs. Reese Cornelius and family left
for their old home In Indiana. Mr. Cor
nelius will follow shortly on a month's
Fletcher M. Doan, associate justice of
the territorial supreme court and judge
of the second judicial district of Ari
zona, has gone to Douglas, and from
there he will go Into old Mexico for
a rest after a lengthy term of the
district court. Mrs. Doan preceded the
judge to Douglas.
Clarence Smith has gone to Los An
geles on a month's vacation with
F. B. Moson. of the Greene Cattle
company, speaks most hopefully of
the condition of the range since the re
Mrs. J. A. Rockfellow and children
are expected home from an extended
sojourn in the state of New York -with
Ralph Johnson arrived in Tombstone
from El Paso for an extended visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson.
Ralph is in the Southern Pacific train
service between the Pass City and
Lordsburg, N. M..
Charles Batcheldor has returned from
El Paso, where he went to visit his sis
ter, now residing: In that city.
Judge Arthur A. Sutherland, of- the
supreme court of the state of New York,
madea short visit at the home of J. A.
Rockfellow this week, leaving for No
gales, where he is interested in mining
properties. Judge Sutherland's home is
in Rochester and he is a life long friend
of the Rockfellow family.
Solomonville, Ariz.. Aug. 17. Tom
Moore has returned from a 10 days'
trip to the Indian hot springs.
The board of supervisors have met
as a board of equalization. A number
American Counsel In Fisheries Case
THE LAZIEST MAN IN THE WORLD
Would not be contented to be kept In
the house and doing nothing by rheuma
tism. Neither are you, who are always
busy and active. Then don't neglect the
first twinge of an ache or pain that you
might think just a "crick." Rub well
with Ballard's Snow Liniment and no
matter what the trouble is. t will dis
appear at once. Sold by all druggists.
United States senator Eliliu Root of New York, who recently began the
closing argument for the American lile upon the Newfoundland fisheries case
before The Hnpme tribnnnl. Senator Root In Ills argument pointed out that the
prolonged pleading In the case were fully justified by the Importance of the
dispute, which was so great thnt without the arbitration tribunal. It could not
haie been adjusted without resort to war.
Are 3'ou contemplating a
HUNTING or FISHING
Are you interested in
If so write Traffic Department
Mexico Northwestern Railway
Trains leave CIUDAD JUAHEZ
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P. M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. M. (El Paso time)
DAILY SERVICE From
H. C. FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYAN", Traffic Manager.
being in attendance to adjust their
Ed Gillespie is home to stay. Ed with
his brothers, TViU and Albert, will
together, manage and work xhe Gilles
pie large hay ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Freudeiithal and sons,
Louis and Bernard, were the guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Solomon at
A. H. Richards, Jeweler.'
International Boole and Sta
Wm. Moeller. Real Estaa.
Office and plant of The El Paso
Ei Paso Printing Co., facing
Main St., near Se. Regis Hotel.
John Brunner. Tailoring:
Public Stenographers Co Ruth
"Williams, manager. 9
Mrs. J. B. Cass.
Miss B. Garra, Dressmaking
Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee, Os
teopaths. Dr. Nettle E. Satter
lee, Dr. Flora L. Satterlee.
First Church of Christ, Scien
tist, Reading Rooms.
The Wm. Jennings Co., Con
sulting Engineers Machinery
Southwestern Portland Cement
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical
Colorado National Life Insur
ance Co. E. McMillen. agent.
R. D. Nichols. Attorney at Law.
Lee & "Woodyard, Contracting
Charles M. G'bson.
j. TV. Carter. Mine, Mill and
Smelter Supplies Manufacturers
Standard Home Co.. Money to
H. L. Howell. Real EstatA
R. "W. Page, Publicity Bureau