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Mondaj-, Sept. 19, 1910-
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MAN AERESTED ON
INSANITY CHARGE I
American Tells Mexicans He
Is English and Hates
George W. Morris, a young Kentuck
ian of good family and high education,
has lived in Juarez two years and
worked in El Paso under the halluci
nation that he was an Englishman of
Mexican adoption. Since iiis disap
pearance from Iiis home in Fulton. Ky.,
his parents have sought to locate him,
believing that he was mentally de
ranged. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. W. "W.
Morris, the young man's parents,
through a private detective agency, met
the young man at the local hotel.
From his father's room Morris dashed
out of the hotel and down the street
in a mad rush for Juarez. Police
stopped the runaway, who was dock
eted for insanity.
Morris, a light-haired youth, is a col
lege graduate and a linguist of rare
talent. While living in Juarez he was
popular among a certain circle of
1 joung Mexicans.
CITIZENS OE JUAREZ INVITED TO COME
All afternoon and evening trains are
reported on time.
Jnckson's Sanitary Grocery
Has Queen Olives In bulk.
'Affinity'' Earl and Wives
Clean is a little word but it repre
sents El Paso Dairy milk.
Tuesda3' evening, by courtesy of the
military department of Chihuahua, the
Third cavalry band will combine with
the El Paso Municipai band for a pa
triotic concert in Cleveland square.
For the first time since the Taft-DIaz
celebration, armed foreign troops will
be permitted to enter the United States
as the guests of a sister city of the i
Juarez People Invited.
Through the kindly offices of alder
man S. Blumenthal, mayor C. E. Kelly
will extend a formal invitation to the
people of Juarez to attend the band
concert as the guests of the city. This
will make the international band con
cert a part of the Mexican centennial
Mrs. Anderson Hack.
Mrs. YV. H. Anderson, wife of city
health officer Anderson, and children,
has returned from Helena, Ky., where
they have been visiting the past two
months. Mrs. Anderson was accom
panied by her cousin, Mrs. Eugene Da
vis, who will visit in El Paso.
BOYS ABE INJURED
ON COASTER WAGON
Don't Do It
It is real old-fashioned to
do the House Laundry by
hand worse still to turn
it over to unsanitary Mex
icans and Chinamen. Be
This Department, just in
stalled, is meeting with a
ready response from
It is economical, conven
ient and sanitary. Place
an initial order this week
you will like it so well
that you will become a
7 c per lb.
(No Bundle Less Than 50c)
! Collide With a Street Car on
, Boulevard and Narrowly
! Escape Death.
j Herbert and Hugh Lee. the two small
' sons of C. H. Lee, of 909 Montana street,
! had a narrow esca.pe from a serious acci
I dent Sunday afternoon. The bo-s were
coasting down Anpe street, between Mon
tana and Boulevard. As tSiey came scoot
ing down the cement walk, two strollers
obstructed the "right of way."
The bos were forced to run out into
the street on Boulevard.
Ait the same time the 4:30 p. m.
Government Hill car was passing So.ni
! Houton square. Before t-he inotorman
could, reverse and apply the brakes, the
air struck the coaster, throwing both
i bovs to the pavement.
Herbert, aged 6, was cut on the rack:
of the head and his left kn-e was badly
bruised. Hugh, escaped with a few
THE SEVA&E PLANS
Specifications for jSTew Plant
Are Explained to the
Fred B. Smith, of Portland. Oregon,
consulting- engineer, met with those in
terested in bids for the sewage plant
at a special meeting- Monday after
noon at mayor Kelly's office. All
aldermen were present
It is possible that bids will not be
Mayor Kelly and members of the
council met with Mr. Smith Monday
and discussed plans for the plant, after
which they visited the site.
BY ELKS' ORDER
Impossible to Relieve
They are made of candy. Look in the
The Elite Confectionery.
Not Compromise Milk
Milk i either pure or impure. There
is no middle ground. You cannot
compromise purity with cheapness.
Get El Paso Dairy milk which you
know is. pure.
El Paso Man Is Made Dep
uty District Grand Ex
Edward Kneezell. ''the bi?r "Elk of El
Paso.," ha5? been appointed deputy 'lis- ! cakes fresh every morning. 75 cents
trict errand exalted ruler ot the J g .s, I each.
jurisdiction for western Teva. Ir.
Kneezell is one of the pioneers of EI
OPENS FOR SEASON
Opening of the El Paso Military insti
tute occurred Monday morninir Some
C5 of this Tear's student sisomh-lprl fr I
iiear addresses bv Ool. A. C. Sharpe of
the 23rd infantry, and each member of
the school .faeultj-. Aside from the ad
dresses there were no ceremonies, and
the school vear has bejniii.
THE HEART OF THE HOME.
Joe Espitallier Ends Life
Following Quarrel on
Joe B. Espitallier, a Frenchman who
has lived for the past five years at 205
east Seventh street, committed suicide
Saturday night by drinking carbolic
acid. He was 49 years of age and a
carpenter. The man and a woman, giv
ing her name as Blanche Massi, came
from San Francisco five years ago,
where they lost their possessions in
the earthquake. The suicide Is said to
be the result of a quarrel with the
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
NOTE In making up your laundry
please make two packages, one for
the regular laundry the other
the Rough Dry Department.
WILLIAM H. PHIXXEY.
"William H. Phinney, 25 years a resi
dent of Til Paso, died this morning at
a local hospital. He was a carpenter
contractor. 64 years of age. Surviving
are a widow and two daug-hter, Miss
Minnie A. Phinney and Miss Mary M.
Phinney, the latter deputy district
clerk, all of 711 North Oregon street.
J. L. Phinney, a brother living at Rus
sell, Kan., has arrived in the city.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday
at 4 o'clock at the chapel of McBean,
Simmons & Carr, Rev. C. S. "Wright of-
i ficiating. Interment will be made in
ivergresn cemetery under auspices
A. Fireplace Gives Character as Well
as "Warmth to "Whole Room.
From the aborigines' fire on a flat
rock the steps in the development of "
the finished fireplace of today hae
been few and far between. The crude
device smoked their huts, and -our fire- !
places often smoke our homes.
Poets have sung of the ideal fireplace '
one that warms you and is a pleasure
to Denold; one that extends a cheerful
j welcome to the guest and is a deli?
BROKEN IN EIG-HT
Railroad Man Is Held On
Charge of Resisting:
For FA Paso and vicinity Tonight and
Tuesday genrally fair.
For Xew Mexico Generally fair, ex
cept local showers north portion tonight
For west Texas
Highest temperature at El P.iso last
24 hours, 89 degrees; lowest last 12
hours, 64. (Observations taken at 6 a.
-Tonight and Tuesday
On the charges of resisting arrest
and disturbing the peace, J. M. Russell
w i1! be given a hearing Monday after
noon. tusseu was arrested Sunday at j m. Monday.)
the Trusii building, following an alter- j
cation in which patrolman "Waltei I MEXICAN ACCUSED
Williams s arm was broken and In j TAKIXG
which Russell sustained several
wounds on the head.
Russell was arraigned in police
court a week ago on the charge of
fighting and was fined $20. C. "W.
Davidson was the complaining witness.
Russell is said to be a Southwestern
to dream before a fireplace that will
make'the poorest hut as pleasant as a
palace. They write not of its smoking,
its chilling drafts, and noxious gases.
However, ideal fireplaces surrounded
with frames can and have been built,
the poet's song realized, and all objec
tionable features eliminated.
The perfect open fire must diffuse
and reflect the maximum of heat from
a given amount of fuel without the es
cape of smoke or gases into the room
to be heated, and at the same time ven
Large sums of money are often spent
on the mantel or frame and the fire
place itself is left to tho mercy of
someone wlio does not understand its
proper proportions and construction.
The most common fault in building is
that the throat of the chimney is much
too large. This was originally neces
sary for the accommodation of the
chimney sweep; and the natural conse
quence was that all of the warm air
which should have warmed the room
went up the chimney.
No pther way of heating can ever be
as cheerful and healthful as the open
The brick fireplace i far more ar
tistic than the old stock mantel with
is hideous accompaniment of mottled
tile. However, brick has the great dis
advantage of being almost impossible
to keep clean, and as even a well regu
lated fireplace may sometime? smoke,
and as ashes and dust will gather, this
is truly a drawback.
The most beautiful effects may be
obtained by using tile. These tiles are
EwRn9& HHkSB?'"'V r-TSH
Pao and has been a member of the El
Paso lodge for many yeirs. He was
exalted ruler for Several terms and it
was under his leadership that the money
"was raised and tie present handsome
Elk home was built.
Mrs. Dan Kelly's
Child Breaks Her Arnj.
Lillian, one of the Berryhill twins,
of East El Paso, fell from a horse Sat
urday evening near Concordia ceme
tery and had her arm broken. She is
the little twoyearold daugnter of C. M.
Berryhill and was riding on a pet fam
ily horse with her twin, brother, "Word.
Dr. Anna Reum, lady physician, rest
dence HI- Magoffin. Both phones.
Is El Paso Diary milk, and clean
milk is healthful milk.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Has fresh diH pickles.
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
A small quantKy of Smith's ice creaim
will prove to you that you have not
had pure ice cream heretofore.
Jackson's taaltnry Grocery
Has Flaked Codfish.
C. L.. Bililnprton, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Dr. Prentii, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
KIXG OP INDOOR SPORTS.
Police Hold Three.
On a charge of robbery, Isabel Ruiz
is detained at the police station, and
charged with assault to rob. Esteban
Martinez anl Jose Garcia are also prisoners.
Call Either Phone.
And have a pint or quart of Smith's
ice cream for dinner. Free delivery.
Story Telling as a Paitime Ranks High
In Esteem of Men.
The shorter a story is the better it is.
Put that right down in your notebook,
where you keep your stories. Tj3 other
night I spent an hour with a man who
had such a notebooK and nis is the
first fact I told him. And I a.ldel:
"To tell a story well, hit It on both
ends until it is so small that you cin
put it in your watch. If you have a
thin watch, so much the better."
Perhaps you have never thought of
it in this way, but story telling, as a
matter of cold fact, is one of the most
j popular of our indoor pastimes. I won't
I say that it is the king of sports, but
it ranks high in the esteem of men.
j You doubt this Let me illustrate:
ILudwig is through with a hard day's
work at the office. He strolls down
to his club. He sits down with other
! men. Thev have been seated ahnnt txrn
every conceivable shape and ! cocktails "when snmi on toll T.iiiWis--
size, as well as in every possible color. ; rve sot a nev- one. And that re
For the bedroom or the "colonial j minds Ludwig of a new one he has just
iwum vve ikiik tue aui.1. saun-iinisno(l hearrl and sn nn it .frnOQ ,-rr.r) tHa
, creams and whites or the dainty deli- endless circle of tales.
cately glazed tiles. Isn.t it so? Haven't you done it
An of these tiles may be washed yourself? Then you must realize that
just as you would wash any piece of ntnv fali; ,, JtSF Mt
nnrnMoin -tt.: U c, ,5 4. , J ife .c .v, ,,u.i . a, uic .vui.J.-
I Ji.-iaiu, itllli i'uau aitu HULUI. ixllil
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Has Tobasco shrimp.
understood that there is
lrculating among our for
mer patrrns that we were going out of
Any hiich report is erroneous and
false We have some new men with us
that are experienced transfer and liv
ery nen and fuHy capable of running
our lufiness in perfectly satisfactory
manner with our patrons and we appre
ciate favors extended us in past and
are ready at all times to serve our
Fomeioy El Paso Transfer Co.
TV. J. Harris. President.
TV". C. Davis, Vice'President.
.1. TV". Davis. Manager.
RIDES RAPIDS IN
A GASOLINE BOAT
Alleged that He Took Shield and Re
volver From Watchman at the
Houston Square Park.
Fred Gandara, charged with robberv
by assault, is alleged to have knocked
dotvn .Tos TTprnnTidp xwimhmnn nt fha.
j Houston square park, and robbed him
of his revolver and star.
j thu be kept in good condition
The heart of the home, as one fire
worshiper has called the fireplace,
tion or many men of many minds. It
relieves the strain of the day. It brings
the guffaw to lips that have been a
should frlVA nraotor 1, -i C1J """"-" '" ohu-ibiil line inrougn
n-- . - ..v, uic " "uic I . Jl;- I-.-.,,..,.
j "iC lUlllUn iiUUld
SAI.OOX MEX RELESED AFTER
HEARING OX ROBBERY CHARGE
n. T. Miller and Bert Oaks, arrested I
on a warrant from justice McClintock's
court on a charge of robbery Jy as
sault, were released Saturday afternoon
following the hearing. The complaint
was made by A. Stein, who alleged
he was robbed after having purchased
the Good Time saloon on isouth Stan
room, fctudy well what you want it to
be. but while you make it a joy to the
oye, see that it is scientifically con
structed and will adequately heat the
room that it is intended to heat. Los
Man Crosses Whirlpool Rap
ids and Comes Out Alive,
Niagara Falls. X. Y.. Sept. 19. Capt.
Klaus Larsen, in his little motor boat,
ih eFerro, late Sunday afternoon made
a successful trip from th? frt of the
cataract through the whirlpool rapids
to within a mile of Lewiston a distance
of four and one-half miles. He started
from the Maid of the iG', dock at 4:45
and ran. on a rock near the American
Ehore at 5:30.
Peter XissenC, Chicago, 1900, and C. A.
Percv. 1SS7 and 1901. went through the
rapids safely in barrels. Xo one else
aias ever passed through the rapids and some one tipped off t
lived. i authorities.
DEPUTY SHERIFFS ARE
TAKEN FROM MEXICO
Deputy sheriffs J. F. TVatson and J.
D. Newton were taken off a Mexico car
by immigration authorities at the San
ta Fe bridge Sunday evening, but were j
immeaiately released. The men had
been discussing opium smuggling on
one of the street corners in Juarez and
AMERICAN" CARPENTERS GIVEN
THE "FRCEOOM OF THE CITY'
Sixty-eight carpenters marched from
El Paso to Ciudad Juarez on the day
of the Mexican centennial to take part
in celebrating and to nelp decorate
in honor of Hidalgo. F. C. Standish
was chairman of the committee of
Americans, and Sr. Aguilar was chair
man of the committee of the Mexican
carpenters. They called on mayor
Portillo in a body and stated their mis-
CAR sion. The mayor thanked them and
said, Gentlemen, I am a friend to
the workingman. I extend to you the
freedom of the city . I also tender you
the use of a band of music in the pa
rade, and I trust you will enjoy a
pleasant day with us." y
Mr. Standish speaks in the hignest
terms of mayor Portillo and his kind
treatment of the carpenters of El Paso.
And sometimes to
inevitable contrast it
Yes, pain, for how many of these
men who tell stories really know any
thing at all of the art? I am answer
ing my own questions today, so I will
tell you. Very, very few. And the
biggest mistake made by them all is
that of lengthening out their stories in
stead of compressing them to the
smallest possible compas of time and
space. Frank Fogarty in San Fran
City Clerk Celeb rat e.
City clerk C. TV. Fasett celebrated
his 52nd birthday anniversary Satur
day, and received numerous presents.
Mr. Fassett has Tesided in El Paso for
For any dinner should be Smith's ice
cream, pure and wholesome.
Ferdinand Piuney Earle, the unsuccessful affinity hunter, and the three vo
men who seemed to him and them to be the right soci mates for a time. The upper
picture is that of his first vrife, Mrs. F. P. Earle, bow residing in France TIth,
her father and the. custodian of their child. Below is Miss Julia Knutter, who
had her marriage annulled because sh - cln Vsied he- had not been divorced from
his tir,t wife. She also bore him a chll-l. Finally comes Miss Gertrude Dunn,
vho after a flying trip abroad, In which she did not relinquish, her status as
a spinster, left the affinity hunter to go his ways. He is now anxious accord
ing to reports to placate the first Mrs. Earle, but xhe vjlll not have It.
by detective Briggs
Queen olives in bulk.
Eels ic jelly.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
FALL RACE MEET POSTPONED
AT LEXINGTON, KEXTICKY
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 19. Because of
heavy rain, which flooded the crack, the
opening of the fall racing season in the
west, scheduled, for today, has beey.
I postponed until tomorrow.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Has eels in jelly.
A. Hcilrlck, surgeon and gyne-Roberts-Banner
Dr. V. ll. Weeks, chronic diseases.
You'll like what you get to eat at
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery because it's
all high grade food.
Attention, W. O. TV.
You are requested to meet at our hall
Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 3:30 p. m., sharp,
to attend the funeral of Sow TV. H.
H. A. Magruder, C. C.
C. C. Kiefer, Clerk.
Dr. J. A. Hedrlek has moved to the
Dr. Lejflye Hyde, osteopathic physi
cian, S14 Mesa.
MEXICAN RAILROADS HEPAIRED.
The National Railways of Mexico an
nounced Monday a resumption of train
service on all main Hne&, roiiowlng flood
A. P. Coles and judge TValter B. Grant
arrived Sunday afternoon from Los An
geles. Judge Grant will remain here
a few days on business connected with,
the Cotton estate, of wlrich he is ex-
"Rough on Rats," a powder. Do your
own mixing, pay for poison only, then,
you get results, for Roaches, Ants,
Mice. Rats, etc. See directions how to
use in out-buildings. 15c, 25c, 75c
Countess Has a "Runinw
With Restaurant Keener
Dr. Starker, diseases of the eye. ear,
nose and throat. 319-320 Caples Bldg.
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.''
I DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
Our 9th year in El Paso.
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HERALD HAS A
Owing to a breakdown of a
portion of the machinery in
The Herald plant, the paper is
considerable late today. The
indulgence of readers is asked.
You and Coffee
Thousands have found
relief in a change to
k there s a. Reason.
The Largest Gymnasium.
The new gymnasium of Northwestern
university at Evanston, 111., one of the
suburbs of Chicago, is not only the
largest and most complete In the world,
but is a building that marks a new
departure in gymnasium construction as
well. It is a building about 330 feet
long by 130 feet wide, constructed of
steel, stone and brick, a great" part
of the interior being finished In marble.
From an athletic standpoint, the main
feature is the great indoor playing field
and track, which takes up two-thirds
of the building. It Is an Inclosure
213 feet long by 130 feet wide, with a
floor composed of a mixture of black
loam and claj During the football
season the teams lin up against each
other in practice games in the gymna
sium, and the scrimmages are as fierce
as those played on the regular football
gridiron. The running track which en
circles the field is the largest perma
nent indoor track in the country and
measures just 10 laps to the mile. A
clearer idea of the vastness of this
Indoor field may be gained from ath
letic director Gillespie's statement that
it can accommodate four basketball
games simultaneously, or allow all the
track and field games of a regular col
legiate meet to be held. Popular Mechanics.
JackKon'.i Sanitary Groeery
Has fresh clams, clam juice
Runaway Horwe Caught.
A horse driven by Mrs. Beverly
Thomas, which became unmanageable
Saturday night at he corner of Oregon
and San Antonio streets, was stopped
Mature s Warninj
"With 20.000." aid a young man of
expensive ideas. "I could make a for
tune on the stock exchange.
EI Paio People "Iut Recognize and
Kidney ills come quietly myster
iously. But nature always warns you.
Notice the kidney secretions.
See if the color is unhealthy
If there are settlings and sediment,
Passages frequent, scanty, painful.
It's time then to use Doan's Kidney
T- ward off Bright's disease or dia
betes. Doan's have done great work in El
L. A. Allen. 305 S. Kansas St.. El
Paso. Tex., says: "For some time I
was troubled by disordered kidneys,
these organs being affected by the na
ture of my work. I suffered rrom a
pain In the small of my back and was
caused much annoyance by irregular
passages of the kidney secretions. I
finally learned of Doan's Kidney Pills
and, deciding to try them. T procured
a box at Kelly & Pollard" drug store.
I began their use and soon notlcea
IHBHHIHH lfWV aT
"Yes," rejoined a pal. "but whose I Improvement. They quickly removed
fortune would you make?" Tit-Bits
The news writers have not yet learn
ed that the expression, "A rich farmer,"
has become just as redundant as "An
old veteran." St. Louis Times.
my trouble and there has been no re
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember 1A name Doan's and
take no other.
New York, ., Sept. 19 The countess ile Sivlrsky ha had a runln'
with George Rector. The- countess InMiMetl upon fi-aoking a clgaret In public
while at hi Broadway hostelry. The conute In the famous baro foot dancer
1,h" fIrst shocked and then fascinated Newport, so that .she had nsore commis
sions to tench than sihe could hae fulfilled In three lifetimes. Rector Is the
suave manager of the hostelry. He ordered her to stop .smoking. She said she
wns a Russian noblewoman and that her father was minister of public Instruc
tion under the czar. But she had to .stop smoking just the same. She smashed,
her fan and a shell glass of milk, and then consented to be bundled out to
an automobile. She says she will so bnelc again and smok