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EI. PASO HERALD
12 Friday, September 2, 1910.
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"We offer this week a lot of fine Siberian Crab Ap
ples for making jelly and preserves. They are
sound and of delicious flavor.
6 cents per pound -
"" 40 lb. Boxes, $1.50 per Box.
i jiisTtnsRasRirvn rcmyines Are
Being Served on Certain
Land Owners; Injunction
Genuine French Sardines in Pure Olive 'Oil.
15c 20c and 25c per Can.
ONE MINUTE TAPIOCA
Tapioca is beyond doubt the finest hot weather
food, easily made and is very nourishing.
SCARBORO BEACH CLAM CHOWDER
This Chowder is ready to serve immediately after
heating for ten minutes.
15c and 25c per Can.
As important as the famous Chami
zal zone case, the Ascarate land grant
case has been reopened by the depar
ture of deputy sheriff Juan Franco to
serve writs of execution on the settler?
in the El Paso valley who are living
within the boundaries of the famous
These settlers in turn are said to be
consulting- with their attorneys in or
der to have a writ of injunction pre
pared to prevent the service of the
The land in dispute extends from
wtihin five miles of the courthouse in
El Paso to within a short distance of
Ysleta, and includes practically all of
the land in the lower valley which Is
under irrigation or can be irrigated
from the Rio Grande. The original
suit was filed by Josiah F. Crosby, B.
H. Davis, Charles Davis, Juan M.
I Sale of Salvage Carpets
from the h. b. Welch Co. Stock
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS AND
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St AutoIlSL
EL PASO TRims: FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Anto.
TiTana "Ponnfrpfl arifl TT.-vrV; . n er Arl 1866 .
VTe store goods. Opp. Poatoffice, across Pla2a
506 & 623
A. E. SYAK &. CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
BURT0N-LZHG0 CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
We will move with Young's El Paso Furniture Co. to 307 S. El Pa'so St.
We make Awnings, Tents, and "Every thing That's Canvas." All work guar
anteed and at a cheaper price. Auto. 1SS2.
El Paso Sheet Met
Cornices Bell 543 321 Texas Street. Spouting Aato 1148
Skylights ' "Let U3 give you an estimate." Roofing
Awning Shades and Curtains
Ochoa, of Juarez; W. W. Williams, and
others, against E. F. Cadwallader, R.
H. Cadwallader, James B. Tays, Jessie
Burd, W. M. Walton, Antonio Apo
daca, Pablo Romero and others. This
suit -was filed on July 28, 1887, by at
torneys Davis, Beall & Kemp, lawyers
for the plaintiffs.
Involves IiHrsre Area.
The property in question involves
71,395,877, square varas of land, situ
ated in El Paso county. This land,
it is claimed, was originally owned by
the Mexican government and was
gTanted to Juan and Jacinto Ascarate.
When Mexico ceded that portion of Its
territory north of the Rio Grande to
Texas, the Ascarate grant title was
placed in jeopardy. It was patented
by the state of Texas to Juan and
Jacinto Ascaarte, their heirs and as
signs by a patent issued Sept. 14, 1886,
according to the records in the office
of the district clerk.
The suit of judge Crosby and others
against the Cadwallader brothers et al
was for trespass to try title. It was
claimed that these and others had
taken possession of the land In ques
tion and were appropriating the land
and the rentals to their own use, the
amount of the monthly rental for the
entire tract being stated at $1500, ac
cording to the court records.
It is said that judge Crosby was of
fered a half interest in the grant if he
"would secure a clear title to the prop
erty fr"om the state of Texas. This
resulted in the suit of 1887, which is
the original one in the case and the
one which is still pending in the 34th
district court and has been pending for
the past 23 years. The land in dispute
was rapidly settled and the holdings
"were claimed by a number of the set
tlers under the statute of limitations.
In 1908, M. W. Stanton was retained
In the case by C N. Bassett. who has
entered the case as an intervenor: j
C. R. Morehead, as a trustee, and
others. A judgmont was rendered by
judge J. R. Harper of the 34th dis
trict court in June, 1909, against some
of the defendants, who "were non
residents, -who had been cited by pub
lication. Those defendants against
"whom judgmont had not been taken
were made defendants in 11 suits sev
ered from the priginal suits.
The writs of execution which are be
ing served by deputy sheriff .-Franco,
are "writs which have been issued by
the district court Instructing a peace
officer to lew on goods, chattels, etc.
against -which judgment has been ren
dered. These writs are to be served
on all persons who hold land in the
lower valley under the Ascarate grant
as included In the original
brought in 1887.
Insurance Measure Is Mat
ter on Which House and
Senate Can't Agree.
Austin, Tex., Sept. 2. The belief Is
freely expressed that the fifth special i
session of the legislature is a cer-
tainty, because of the senate's action
this morning .In standiner nat on the
proposition that Colquitt and not j
Campbell shall name the insurance j
board. Hudspeth reported that the free I
conference committee could not agree j
on tho appointing of an insurance I
Tho house wants the term of one
member to expire in 1911 and the other !
In 1912. j
Hudspeth Introduced a resolution in j
the senate today providing that Col
quitt shall name tho insurance board.
Alexander offered a substitute similar
to the wishes of the administration as
shown in the house's attitude. Tho
substitute was lost. Hudspeth's reso
lution was then adopted, 16 to 12, with
Tantis's resolution asking the Texas
members of congress to support a bill
for the disfranchisement of the negro,
was postponed until Thursday. This
virtually kills the bill.
The penitentiary measure was taken
up and the section providing for the
education and recreation of prisoners
caused a warm discussion.
Ballengee and Lawson sent up an
amendment striking out the section.
The amendment was tabled.
After a lengthy debate over the
sections of the penitentiary bill deal
ing with the punishment of prisoners,
the house recessed until this afternoon.
We were compelled to buy the remaining stock of carpets from the underwriters
who sold the Welch salvage stock. We did this to secure the Welch building,
so Ave could have it remodeled at once. This stock of carpets will be placed on
At 219 North S
Receives Letter Informing
Him That He Must
Change His Policies.
His life threatened in a letter mailed
in El Paso and supposed to be from
well known local Mexicans, Andres
Chavez, mayor of Socorro, has come
to El Paso to find out about It. Al
though Mr. Chaves has made no com
plaint to the police, he is conferring
with nis friends as to what had best
be done or not done. The letter was
well written in Spanish. It declared j
tnat lr certain policies of the Socorro
mayor were not changed that violence
CAN BE RELIEVED
SALE OF CARPETS '
The salvage stock of carpets from the
Welch stock comprises every imagin
able kind of carpeting. We will offer
this stock to our customers at the
same price we paid the underwriters
for it. As an example of values, note
Tomorrow we offer Rug Lengths,
1 1-2 yards long, cut from Brussels
and velvet carpets, as an
Extra Special, at, each.
SALE OF HOSE
At 219 K Stanton St., tomorrow we
offer the following values in perfect
ly good hose:
Women's 35c black hose, per pair 19c.
Children's 25c black hosiery
"Pony" and "Buster Brown"
brands per pair 12 l-2e.
Children's and infants' 25c and 35c
wool hose in black, white, pink and
light blue per pair 15c.
We continue tomorrow, at 219 L
Stanton St., our sale of winte?
weight underwear, comprising wom
en's vests, pants and "union suits in
cotton, lisle and wool, "Rubens"
vests for infants in wool and silk, and
"Alma" vests for infants.
Secretary 3IacVeng:h4 Defines the Class
i of y Paper on which Certificates
May Be Issued by Banks. ,
Washington, D. C, Sept. 2. Secre
tary MacVeagh's ruling- on the term
"commercial paper," in the Interpre
tation of the emergency currency law,
hffJlTr Unnim In c -full 1-mr ViaiA
... .. itv, iu4. 44.1JV.. C .11 O j
j-esterday. The way now is clear for '
the banks of the United States to put
intn Mt-rn1-!-frtr (;nn nfif nnn .-. .-.- - i
...v .. -. .....law. y tJvrv, WUV,U VW ill CAAH7i.
ency money at the .first sign of &
The law provides that commercial
paper upon which emergency currency
may be issued shall include only notes
representing actual commercial trans
lations, which shall bear the names of
at least two responsible persons and
have not more than four months to
V large proportion of the banks hold
the notes of reputable individuals and
suit, j corporations that have been bought
irom note brokers. These notes bear
Some of the defendants in the case only the name of the maker. Mr. Man
have effected a compromise with the Veagh had decided that the endorse
plaintiffo in this action, one settlement j ment of the holding bank upon such
alone having been made for $10,000. j notes will constitute the second en-
xne original defendants have In many dorsement which the la calls for,
cases disposed or their holdings to out
side parties, who have been mad
parties to the suits.
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Pasr St
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
CARR DRUG CO.
202 Texas St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
At 215 Texas Street
All toilet articles to be placed on sale tomorrow morning at 215 Texas St. We
saved fully $2,000.00 worth of highest grade toilet articles. Aside from the boxes
being broken and the labels smudged, these toilet articles are in perfect condi
tion. As an example of prices, note
The $1.00 size
The 25c size
for 12k c
I Almond Cream, I
a 50c value I
for 25c I
The $1.(00 size
The 50c size
Face Powders, Toilet Waters, Perfumes, Hair Brushes, Cold Creams, and, in
fact, everything in the way of toilet articles at equally as remarkable "Fixe Sale
DELIVERIES, CHARGES NOR C. O. D.
On Our 40c
Secretary MacVeagh also holds that
j notes issued by reputable persons for
j tho carrying on of a bonafide business
! and which are discounted at banks, rep
J resent actual commercial transactions
and are distinct from what is known
as accommodation paper. The latter is
strictly barred from being used as tli3
basis of an issue of emergency currency.
We are the only confectionery now
using hot water to cleanse with at our
Dry Pressed Stock
FireBrick fc-I- J1iF feMU ITfc &m and Wire Cut Srick
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 135. Prompt Delivery
HACK and BAGGAGE
Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St- Careful Men.
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOU'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1 966
Bell 1 Auto 1001
C S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
ACTRESSES ARE PHOTOGRAPHED;
THE CROWD TAKES A PEEK
UNTIL 9 P. M.
J.CalisherDry Goods Co. OacorporaW)
UNTIL 9 P. M.
HASKEN ON KAISER
AND DIVINE EIGHT
(Continued from Page SIs.1
remarkable utterance of the kind
known to the history of modern inter
national politics. It was designed to
Of all the rubbernecking, tiptoeing, j pacify the English, but its result was
sole agent for THE EASY RUNNING WHITE
Also Supplies' for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
r " l7 a KF
ls k n m x.r rk vlj- u
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CASH OR CREDIT
Bell 632, Auto 2105. 310 Stanton St.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St
C1G N. Campbell St.
Bell Phone 2104.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
300 S. El Pane St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware, Tools, all
mu'is oauuirs. iiamcaa, wuntri,. xculh j l raint. Kite
$3.50 Shirts, now $2.65
&5q) Shirts, now $1.85
$2.00 Shirts, now $1.50
$1.50 Shirts, now $1.15
$1.25 Shirts, now $1.00
E. & W., Cluett and
near dislocation of necks and ankles!
It all happened yesterdaj- in an El
Paso office building-. A large aggre
gation of actresses and chorus skirts
from the Airdome were having their
pictures taken in a photograph gallery.
Several poses were taken and changes
Now -there are many glance-ways
into this particular hypo joint, one
from the corridor, another through a
side door, and still another from a
back alley. Everybody who passed
through the halls of that building got
one look. And nearly everybody who
got that one, got another.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Maple,
at Altura Park, a boy. Mr. Maple is as
sistant foreman of the mechanical de
partment of The Herald.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
"Walker at the home of Mrs. Walker
mother in Bloomington. Ind., a son. Mr.
Walker was chief clerk to the El Paso
and Northwestern railroad at Alamo
gordo before going ,to Tucson.
THE TENT REVIVAL,.
There will be no day service at the
tent Saturday, but a service will be
held on the corner of San Antonio and
Oregon streets at 4 p. m.
Al. Downs, an old resident here and
In Orogrande, Is very ill with cirrhosis
of the liver, at 1217 East Missouri.
Are you just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un
less you have lost a limb or have a de
formity if your trouble is rheumatism,
lumbago, rprain, siiff joints, or any-
think of like nature use Ballard's Snow j
Liniment and in no time you can throw
away your 'crutches and be as well as
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Sold by all druggists.
1PV Learn at COLLEGE or BY MAII I
the imperial chancellor arose and sol
emnly declared that in the future his
majesty, the Kaiser, must impose upon
himself, even in private conversation,
that reserve indispensible to a con
Some Bitter Medicine.
For several days the emperor re
mained In retirement, but on Novem
ber 21, when he appeared to spealc at
the centennial celebration of the for-
mation of the Berlin city council.
prince von Buelow stepped forward and
with much ostentation and Impressive
ceremony handed to the Kaiser a
printed sheet from which that august
monarch read the remarks prepared
for him by his cabinet. It was a bit
ter day for the defender of the doc
trine of the divine right of kins.
Tomorrow The Versatile Kaiser.
STREET CAR C03IPANT"
PROTESTS AT ORDER
21 Years Suocrss. 100,000 Successful Students.
More BANKERS indorse DKAUGHON'S than
indorse all other business colleges COMBINED.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Pcnmanshlo, etc
POSITIONS secured. Catalogue FREE. Address
JL F. DAVIS- El Paso, Tox., or Douglas, Ariz.
to Infuriate them, and to precipitate
in Germany the famous Kaiser-Krisis.
In this interview he sought to con
vince the English of his friendliness to
them, and he said that during the Boer
war he had refused to accept an in
vitation from France and Russia to
join In a demand upon England to
cease military operations against the
Boers. He went further and claimed
credit for winning the war against the
Beers, saj-ing that there could be found
at Windsor castle a plan of campaign
for the British army, which he had ! Antonio V. Lomeli, Mexican consul
drawn up, and which was on lines that j to El Paso, -will attend the centenary
L.ord Roberts had subsequently follow- 1 celebration in Mexico City. Mr. Lomeli
ri to n. inrc-A extent when that prreat will be accompanied by his family, ynd
British soldier snatched victory from ' start within a few days. In his absence. '
the jaws of defeat in South Africa.
This intimation that the British
owed their success in the South African
war to the personal military genius of
the German emperor was not quite as
soothing in its effect on the British
public as the Kaiser had expected, j
England went blind with rase. France
and Russia -were grievously insulted.
Anyone less an egotist than "William
might have expected this natural result
of liis action In Great Britain F.rance,
and Russia. But others than he were
completely surprised by the storm of
anger that burst in fury over Germany.
The German people had been submis
sive under so many imperial indiscre
tions that no one believed that they,
were as a whole capable of resentment
against any act of their overlord. But
everybody was mistaken.
Expressions !n the Reichstag1.
In the reichstag on the two days
following the publication of the inter
view German public men vsald words
such as never had been said before
in all the history of the German people.
One speaker . said that ihe crowned
head of tho German government must
conduct himself as the first servant of
the state, preserving his august irre
sponsibility only by acting and speak-.
in in public matters solely through
and by ministers directly responsible
to the selected representatives of th?
people. Thus was the Kaiser himself
responsible for injecting into German
politics the Issue of ministerial respon
sibility which now convulses the coun
try.) Another speaker said that the
people demanded trustworthy guaran
tees against the intervention of the
personal regime in public matters, and
that it was necessary that the Kaiser
impose upon himself the reserve prop
er to a constitutional ruler. And then
Cost of PuttlHK Wires T7HderreHH Is
Four Times More Than Strias-
Inj? Tkeia Overhead.
Harry Potter, ganeral manager of
the El Paso Electrac railway company,
had a conference Friday with, mayor
Kelly about the undersrotind reoufre-
j ment for wires on the "West San. An
tonlo and North Kansas street exten
sions. Mr. Potter said that it will cost the
company four times more to lay tho
electric light wires underground than
to instal overhead. Alderman Percy
McGee, who was present at the confer
ence, says that the ruling- will "stJ."
OVER A LINE PJENCB
"William R. Davis was granted an In
junction in judge "Walthal's court Frlday
morniug against Darby Ford and
others. Davis owns 640 acres of land
in EI Paso county near the New Mexico
line. It was alleired that a femB -eras
Enrique Camacho. vice consul, will be being built around the land without
in charge of the local offices. permission of the owner.
as you know are the hest brushes
on the market.
WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
v and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
El Paso School
Upper Intermediate, full ttgh sehool, and
'""tou eiecuvo courses. Theory, praotlc
u. appreciation or music under the
instructor. resident director of
training and outdoor sports.
MISS SLATER 3IISS
020 Prospect Ave
EI Paw, Taxas.