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L PASO HERALD
Thursday, October 27, 1910. 5
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CREDIT MEN FEAST
UNO HEUH LIVE
First Annual Banquet of Lo
cal Association Is "Ore
Those of toe El Paso association 6i
1 .Credit Men with some friends 65 of
hem in all dined Wednesday night at
tber Sarvey house. It -pras the first an
nual banquet of the local business
During the meal, a perfection of
service and cooking, the orchestra of
Keyo Reyes played almost continuously
and -was applauded often by the diners
who sat at two long tables with the
speaker's board at the head. The
tables were decorated with spirals of
green, and vases of flowers.
Hot in. tfce Fnaeral Ijlne.
James A. Dick, president of the as
sociation, acted as toastmaster. "The
object of the association 3s not to at
tend funerals, but to prevent them," he
s&ld. He told of the national associa
tion of credit (men, of which the local
body is & unit, saying that an only dis
agreement was regarding the parcel
""We owe the present development of
the country, and its future develop
ment, to cooperation in commerce," said
attorney Walter Scott. "We need
especially in El Paso, where immigra
tion and geographical location have
created a peculiar condition." Tbe
lawyer took a rap at the Texas ex
emption laws, and spoke of general
Confidence Better Tkaa aioney.
Then short talks were made by com
mitteemen of tfnts association. W, I.
Tooley spoke of banking loans, saying:
"The credit association produces more
exchange value than the banks. We
need more confidence, not more money."
S. J". Freudenthal told of "Adjustment,"
or as he termed it, "saving the pieces,"
and J. A. Wright talked on "Credit 'Co-opeation.,'
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HOMESEEKERS LOOK: OVER
COUNTRY AROUXD DEXING
Deming, N. M., Oct. 27. Arthur C.
Eaithel and wife have returned from
EoBwell, where ilr. Haithel attended
the annual meeting of the Masonic
Thos. SlcSherry lias returned from
Fort Worth, Texas, where he disposed
of a carload of fine horses.
William Carey, an old time prospector!
and miner, is in Cook's mining district
to do some development work on his
Thomas Dye of Winslow, Arizona,
who passed through en route to Silver
City, was a resident of this place many
"Wl r? Rlmnsnn orr!tnWil noifln .
spector, is inspecting cattle at Cam-1
Dr. J. B. Barbee- and family hase re
turned from Tennessee and Arkansas,
where they have been the past few
3 F. Akers of Indianola, Nebraska,
lias located on one-half s.ection of land
15 miles south of Deming.
A. Maierhof er and wife of Ottawa,
ni., are prospecting in the Mim
bres valley this week with the view of
becoming settlers here.
B. S. Sowell ,of Alpine, Texas, is
prospecting in the vicinity of Deming
with the -view of locating.
A. Bonduarant of Mount Ranier,
Maryland, is here looking over the
country with a view of locating.
The Diamond A Cattle company, "has"
shiDDed from its raiuVh af Anoo ti
located about SO miles from deming, tox
its range near Engle, 1253 head of
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WAS BORJT TS CHINA BUT
SAYS HE IS A"V A-WEVRTr-r
Phoenix, Ariz., Oct 27. Qne of the.
sa-angesL immigration. cases ever
fcrought to the attention of the local
commissioner is to be tried here short
ly. Sui Sing Tras arrested by immigra
tion officers at Tempe. He admits that
lie was born In China, hut claims he
has a right to live in this country,
as his father -was born in San Pran-cisco.
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RECEIVES IS NAMED
FOR BISBEE QAS CO.
A. W. McPherson to Oper
ate Plant Under Court
Bisbee, Ariz., Oct 27. A. "W. Mc
Pherson has been appointed receiver
'of the Bisbee Gas & Power company
by judge Ioan, who set aside the peti
tion for receivership presented by the
X.os Angeles Trust & Savings bank.
Charles Meyer, at the Gardner mine,
was caught between a tunnel setting
and a motor car and lost his right
Thomas Hagler died at the Calumet
& Arizona hospital, after a long ill
ness. Stating tliat he had a strong inclina
tion to commit suicide and wishing to
prevent such an 'occurrence, James
COST OP RUSTXIXG -STATE
IS 3TEABLT FIVE MIEMOXS.
Austin, Texas, Oct 27. A total or
$4,500,000 was expended to maintain the
Btaie government or Texas during the
past fiscal year, as Is shown by the
annual report of the controller.
The report shows the judiciary
branch of the government is the most
costly, $888,177.05 having been ex
pended in the maintenance of courts.
PHOENIX MAN WANTS
BUYER FOE CAMEL
me Chance for the Water
Wagon Party to .Get a
Phbenix, -Ariz., Oct 27. Here is a
chance for the Prohibition party in Ari
zona to get a party emblem in the
A Phoenix man is advertising a cam-'
el for sale, a real live camel which
was left there by a carnival company
and which has been eating its head off
ever since last winter.
Saturday morning the tank will be
offered for sale at auction, an endeavor
being made by the manager of a local
transfer and storage company to se
cure enough funds to Day for the ani
mal's feed bill during the seven months
Kinsella, an old man, appeared in .jus- J that he has been boarding at his sta
tice High's court and asked to be nut ! bl
3UY BIG TRACT FOR POLO
AJfD GOLF AT FT. "WORTH
Fort Worth, Texas, Oct 27. In order
that they may disport themselves, golf
and polo enthusiasts have purchased
a tract of 629 acres on Arlington
Heights boulevard, near the Country
club, and will Immediately have 'it im
proved. The land cost $100,000.
SEXTEXCED TO PEN"
OX BURGLARY CHARGE
F. Watts, alias iiggins, a negro, was
convicted by a jury in the 34th district
court Wednesday -afternoon on a charge
of burglarizing the home of Mrs. Lee
Harris at 509 North Florence street
and sentenced to serve five years in the
results in cases of weak di
gestion are obtained from
because when ordinary foods
do not digest, it provides the
needed nourishment in
highly concentrated form.
Is so easily digested that its
strength is rapidly absorbed
by the youngest babe or
most delicate adult.
is the food that strengthens
the race, all druggists
tice High's court and asked to be out
in jaiL Kinsella was taken tovTomb
stone to be treated In the county hos
pital. Hedmond Toohey, formerly a resident
of this district, has been awarded the
contract of building the branch of
the territorial highway between here
and Douglas. Construction will start
District court has opened its October
term with but half of the grand jury.
Several jurymen had been excused
from attending. A divorce was granted
to Mrs. Richard Riddle of Douglas.
The local board of trade has elected
E. A. Tovrea to represent it at the
commercial delegation meeting in
Phoenix on November 10 to organize
an Arizona booster club.
Word was received here that Louis
Horwitz, a resident of Bisbee, has mar
ried Miss Carrie Dalceheimer in Nash
The sum of $200 has been presented
to Mrs. Gunnells, as the result of a
public subscription and a performance
lor ner benefit in a local theater. Mrs.
Gunnells is a Dioneer of this rHsti-tot-
'71 years old, and was left destitute by
tne rire which destroyed her house and
BOARD OP APPEALS IN SESSION.
El Paso's city council will not finish
its work as a board of appeals until
JKILLIONAIRE TEXAN IS
ASSIGNED TO TAFT'S YACHT
San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 27. Lieut.
Adolphus Andrews, U. S. N., and a na
tive Texan, has been assigned to the
Mayflower, president Taft's yacht, as
executive officer. Lieutenant Andrews
has been in charge of the naval and
recruiting service in Texas and Okla
homa for the past 18 months..
Lieutenant Andrews is one of the
richest men in the United States navy,
his realty holdings in Dallas alone be
ing rated at more than a million dollars.
NO 3IORE CARDINALS TO
BE CREATED UNTIL 11)12
Rome, Italy, Oct. 27. No more cardi
nals will be created until 1912. This
has been settled by the postponement
of the consistory which it vas gener
ally under-s'obd would be heW next
month. The .atican will ae ci.ij? I next
year, the ilftenth anniversjiy of the
unity of Italy, so io consistory will be
held until 1312.
PALLS 100 FEET AND LIVES.
Port Worth, Texas, Oct 27. Al
though he fell 100 feet from the top of
a smokestack at Handley. H. L Cherry
will live. Both of his legs were
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