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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Xoveniber 15, 1910
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Novates. Ariz., Xov. 15. While in
specting the, Ivanhoe mine near Pata
gonia, James Johnson, owner of the mine,
J. E. Cochran, a Pennsylvania capitalist,
and Charles Gabriel fell 100 feet and all
were seriously injured.
The three men were in the mine cage
and the giving of the ivrong signal
caused the cage to suddenly drop, the
clutch being off. ' The cage -was storied
four feet from the bottom of the shaft,
but not until Mr. Cochran had been
badly injured by having his back
-wrenched, and Messrs. Johnson and Gab
riel had each sustained broken legs.
News of the accident was sent to So
gales and Dr. Purdy went from here to
assist Dr. Doran, of Patagonia, in at
tending the injured men.
OF DAMAGE SUIT
Bisbee, Ariz., Xov. 15. Following the
dismissal of the Braziel damage suit
against t2ie city of Bisbee bv the su
preme court of this territory, city attor
nev Flanigan lias filed a petition for a
rehearing of the case. Meanwhile, the
attorneys for the 'plaintif f are trying to
collect an amount of over $GO00 which
this town was ordered to pay to Mrs.
E. Dupen had alengbhy conference with
the Mexican consul at Xaco. senor Tor
res, concerning the extradition of ex
The $2000 bond, signed by prominent
citizens of Bisbee in favor of C. D.
Thomas, who is charged with murdering
a Mexican in Maricopa county, has been
accepted, tlirough the arrangements
made by Charles TQiomas, father of the
defendant in Phoenix.
A five rear lease of the Moore Fuel
wisely directed, will cause her to
give to her little ones only the most
wholesome and beneficial remedies
and only when actually needed, and
the well-informed mother uses only
the pleasant and, gentle laxative rem
edy STup of Pigs and Elixir of
Senna when a laxative is required,
as it is wholty free from all objec
tionable substances. To get its ben
eficial effects always buy the genu
ine, manufactured by the California
Pig Syrup Co.
Leaders Declare Connection
Must Declare For or
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 15. Governor
Hadley, of Missouri, addressed the con-,,
vention of the American Federation of
labor today on "Workingman's Com
pensation." President Gompers con
tinued reading" his annual report
Before the convention ends, according-
to leaders, the delegates wiill have
to decide for or against socialism. "Vic
tor Jtserger, or jmrwauKee, congress-
man-elect, and Max Hays, of Cleveland,
are leading in the struggle to have the
convention declare for socialism.
The secretary, Frank Morrison, in
his annual report says:
"A resume of the progress made
numerically and financially by the
AmOT?rQTi T?flarii-iATi tt T.oKrtr ittIt
& Feed company's Mdmcr has been se- , the past u years cannot but encourage
the trade unionists in their efforts to
educate, organize and federate the
wageworkers. The growth of the
cured bv the Lowell chib to be used as
headquarters. The building includes a
spacious dancing hall.
Saturday was pay day at the Copper
Queen mines and the town again took on
its characteristic bustle and liveliness
usual to tbe occasion.
Dr. TV- P. Sims of this- city has been
appointed vice president' of the Arizona
The three story house of TValch fc
Hanes has beqn damaged $1000 by fir2.
One story was completely burned. T:ie
loss is fully covered bv insurance The
cause of the fire was the explosion of
an oil lamp.
Thousands of circulars have been
printed and distributed by the board of
trade "soliciting new members.
It has- been decided to open iJhe Fin
nish club building at Lowell next Christ
mas, wifch a brilliant entertainment.
Arrangements have been made by the
Warren District Country club to have
Prof. -Adam1; of .the Douglas club on the
links here twice a week to give golf
IS THE ONLY EMULSION
If there was any other
Emulsion as good as SCOTT'S,
SCOTT'S would not be the
only one imitated.
For thirty-five years It has
been the standard remedy f or
Coughs, Colds. Loss of
Flesh, Anemia. Bronchitis
Be sore to get SCOTT'S; every
bottle of it Is ga&raateed ad backed by
a world-wide repct&tioB.
American Federation of Labor was
phenomenal from 1S96 to 1904, when it
increased from 272,315 to 1,676,200. It
was to be expected in the order of
normal growth that the membership
would decrease somewhat from the
highest point it reached during the
time the intense organization wave
"While the average paid-up member
ship for the 12 months is 1,561,151, the
membership paid and reported upon for
the month of September of this year
is 1,639,876. Adding to this number
100,000 members, which is a low esti
mate of the membership of the various
International organizations for whom
per capita tax has not been paid to
the American Federation of Labor for
September, because of strikes, the or
ganizations affiliated to the federation
have a grand total of over 1,739,876
members. The folldwing is the average
paid-up membership for the past 14
1903 v. 1,465.800
1904 .' .4.. 1,676,200
1005 '-..u....'.. '..1,494,300
1907 X.?. 1,538,970
19US TX 1,5S6,88.5
1909 & 1,482,872
1910 .'..V. 1,561,151
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lene stops tbe paroxysms of Whooping Cough and
relieves Croup at once. It k a hen to sufferers
from Asthma. The air rendered strongly antisep
tic, inspired trith erery breath, makes breathing
easy; soothes the sore throat and stops tbe cosgh,
assnnng restfnl nights. It is invaloable to mothers
with young children. I
Send us postal for descriptive Dooxiet.
Try Crtstltnt Antlttftic
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Kelly & Pollard. Sheldon HoteL
OUT AT SMELTER
Coffins as a by-product at the El Paso
smelter. Who would have thought it?
At the carpenter shop at tho bin smelt
ing plant one of the by-products is a
supply of plain, box-like -offins which
are used, by the native residents of the
smelter district who work at the big
These "wooden overcoats" are made by
the smelter carpenters and supplied to
the Mexican laborers at cot. A supplv
of assorted sizes is always on hand
tor emergencies and kept stored in a
grewsome row on one side of the car
PRETENDER TO THE THRONE
OF FRANCE IS MARRIED
Turin, Italy, Xov. 15. The marriage
of iprince Tictor Napoleon Bonaparte, a
cousin of king Victor Emmanuel and
pretender to the throne of France, and
Erincess Clementine, daughter of the late
ing Leopold of Belgium, which has been
looked forward to with so much interest,
was celebrated at Moncalieri, a village
on a hill a few miles from here.
The ceremony took place in a royal
castle erected in the 'fifteenth century.
DOUGLAS BANKER HONORED.
Douglas, Ariz.. Xov. 15. J. D. Max
shall, treasurer of the Arizona Trust &
Banking company of Itouglas, has been
elected a director of the Arizona Bankers'
WANT A JOB?
We have more calls for office help than we can
supply. Your hands earn from SO cents to $1.50 a
day. Your head, when properly trained, can earn
from $5 to $20 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your
head qualify you for the $5 to $20-a-day class
and find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or phone DBAUGHOX'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
HPa Texas. 107 South El Paso SU Phone liSi. I
keep your teeth
sweet until old
tartar, will not
25c and 50c at all
f rCR HEALTH AT
GARDEN TRACTS TO
BE PUT ON 'MARKET
Garden tracts of 10 and 20 acres may
be put on the realty market soon by the
TWATitl-tr fm-mfvl Ysleta, Townsite com
pany, composed of El Paso men. The
company has taken over the holding of
the Catholic church at YsUta and lhe
tract includes 336 acres of the most
fertile valley land surounding the old
valley town. The company which ha.H
just been incorporated, has not decided
how the land will 'be disposed of, but
the members are considnog riie pian-oi
subdividing the tract into -garden plots.
The members of the Ysleta company are:
Judge J. M. Goergin, judge "W. H. W inter,
J A. Coggin, W. F. Payne, J. W. Eubank,
E. L. De Shazo, L. P. Atwood, Lee Moor,
P. L. Mathews.
ENLARGING THE EL
PASO CEMENT PLANT
Increasing the capacity of the plant
bV 200 barrels a day, the Portland Ce
ment company is installing two new
Fuller mills while the plant is closed
dmm for reoairs. These new mills will
increase the capacity from 1500 to .1700 J
barrels a uay.
Although the cement plant istechm
'callv closed, the black smoke contimies to
roll" from the stack, the machinery con
tinues to rumble and to ail outside ob
server the plant is running full time.1
Jttepairs are ueint; jiiuuc ju. a-n u-paiu
ments, a few belated clinkers are being
crushed and everything put in readiness
for the reopenino- of the cement plant
jvithm 30 days.
MAY RUN THROUGH TRAIN
, FROM TUCUMCARI TO MEMPHIS
Tucuracari, X. M., Xov. 15. It is re
ported here that through tourist and
passenger service will be instituted Jan.
1, between this city and Memphis, Tenn.,
over the T. & M. railway, also that fruit
trains will be run over this road to the
east, this being an almost direct line.
1 change of time will take place Sun
day on the. E. P. & S. W. and Rock
Island, number one arriving at 7 oclock
to meet number 34, and number two
reaching here at 4 a. m. It is said that
tourist sleepers will be put on numbers
33 and 34 between at. jouis ana ix
The Parker Amusement company was
delayed a day in reaching here, there
having been some mistake in the not.fi
cation of the Washington authorities,
which regulate iine interstate traffic.
A party of surveyors have passed
through Tuoumcari on their way south.
It is supposed that they are a part ot
the men who are to survey the road front
here to Texico. Another party of sur
veyors went north from here.
The Tucumcari Xews is moving to
the Gallegos building, across the street
from the present stand.
EXTRA WATER IN THE
RIVER; HONEST TO GOODNESS!
Extra there is water in the river;
not much water, it is true, but water
just the same. The water is confined to
a small ditch which parallels the smelt r
line car track and is as much as enough
to irrigate a two-by-four garden twice.
The river for the remainder of the dis
tance from the smelter to theeity is bo
dry that the cows are grazing on the
Hot Chocolate with whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co,
Texas & Pacific train No. 3, the fast
express, due at 11:40 a. m., is reported
nine hours late.
The National railway train!, the mail
and express, due at 7:25 a m., is re
ported 14 hours and. 30 minutes late.
Roosevelt to "Come Out."
"Washington, D. C, Nov. 15. Theo
dore Koosevelt will be the guest of the
National Press club next Friday, prior
to his address before the National Geo
graphic society. His visit to Washing
ton will be the first since he left the
office of president. Col. Roosevelt's
visit to the club will be most informal
in character and he is not expected to
make a speech.
souri street, corner of Octavia, for Chi
nese noodles, chop suey and American
dishes. Private dining rooms. Bell 46S.
Longwell takes best care baggage.
Ship and Crew Lost.
Newport News, Ya., Nov. 15. Carrying-
with her to a watery grave captain
Soderberg and his crew of five men,
the whaleback barge Baroness, bound
from Newport News for Providence,
R. I., in tow of a whaleback steamer,
Byport, sank off Fire island, New York,
after being run down by an unidenti
fied square rigged ship.
Dr. Iealye Hyde, osteopathic physi
cian, 814 Mesa.
Longwell's hacks are the nicest.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe Bldg.
Noted Artist Dies.
Providence, R. I., Nov. 15. John La
Farge, the artist, died here last night.
He was brought to the hospital about
three months ago from Newport, fol
lowing a general breakdown, and his
death wals sot unexpected. His wife
was at the bedside when death came.
C. li. BIIHngrton, 703 Magoffin. TeL
1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Hovr's This For Breakfast?
Buckwheat cakes with some of that
"Blood of the Maple" syrup we have.
Jones Dairy Farm little pig sausage.
Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand"
"We have new buckwheat flour for
tne buckwheat cakes; Jones Dairy
Farm Sausage, Chase & Sanborn's coffee
and the best maple syrup you ever
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
You will not be disappointed if you
depend on , us for jour Thanksgiving
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Warnock, Dentist, over Postal
Telegraph. Gold crowns, 55.
"Work on Bis Canal.
"Washington D. C, Nov. 15. In exca
vation, concrete laying and filling in
the big dams, the work on the Panama
canal In October showed a "substantial
advance over the record for September.
The total excavation in October was
2,834,382 cubic yards, place measure
ment, against 2.6S7.088 cubic yards in
September. Concrete was placed in the
locks amounting to 177,945 cubic yards,
against 149,777 yards In September.
PLA2T NEW TOWN ON
OEIENT IN MEXICO
A new Mexican border town Is about
to be created opposite Presidio, Texas.
The land to be developed lies between
the Rio Grande and the Rio Concho on
the lines of the Kansas City, rtfexlcan
& Orient railway, and surrounding the
present town of Ojinaja.
New York capitalists who for manj
months have held option on the lands,
are about to close their contracts and
as soon as their concessions to hold a
townsite are modified the new town
will be laid out.
TO MAKE ANALYSIS OF
THE BRAIN OF I.TJCCHENI.
Geneva, Switzerland, Nov. 15. Prof.
I. Mergevand will make an analysis
of the brain of I.uccheni, the murderer
of the empress ot Austria. The man's
skeleton will probably be placed in
the museum. Casts have been made
of the head and pictures taken of the
WORKS 47 YEARS AND
GETS 510,000 PENSION.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 15. John A. Hln-
sey, 78 years of age, and for 47 years
special agent for the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul railway, has retired
from active service on a pension of
$10,000 per year.
Gty hack stand, Tel. 1 or 1001.
Dr. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
Dr. Schullcr, Dentist, Roberts-Banner.
"We have just opened a new barrel of
Heinz mincemeat, 20 cents a pound,
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Starker, diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. 319-320 Caples Bldg.
Give Longwell your baggage checks.
Dr. J. A. Hedrlck. surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
Catholics Roast Many Things.
New Orleans, La., Nov, 15. Protests
against the proportionately small
number of Catholics holding federal
and state offices and the failure cjf
the state to pay for secular education
in Catholic schools, denunciation of
ohscene plays and "the immoral and
pernicious motion picture shows," and
an earnest entreaty to Catholics to
combat socialism, featured the annual
report of the president, Edward Ferry,
of Brooklyn, at the session of the
ninth annual convention of the Ameri
can Federation of Catholic societies.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell whr.t
you want, The o-xerald boy will collect
the next day.
Fancy cranberries, 2 quarts for
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach. Intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
FALLS AND BREAK RIB.
John Bruce fell off the bill post
ing wagon Monday afternoon and
broke a rib. John is Frank Rich's su
perintendent of the bill posting depart
ment of his allied interests.
WILL TB Y G-ITAYULE
ON AEIZONA LANDS
Phoenix Ariz.. Noy. 15. Attempts
wall be made to grow Mexican guayule
in Arizona. Capt. Edwin O. C Ord
of the national guard, who has just
returned from Mexico. Is to make the
experiments. He has given several
samples of the shrub to the gardener
on the capitol grounds. This plant
has already proved profitable in Mex
ico and at Marathon. Texas, where it
has been found growing wild, and has
been ground into rubber, which sella
principally in Germany
For years efforts to grow the shrub
by cultivation in Mexico proved futile,
but as soon as it was determined that
it could be raised in this manner the
price dropped from $300 to $150 per
ton, and operations in the Mexican,
field have not been so marked as when
the price was higher and the material
more difficult to secure.
ATTORNEYS GO OVER THE
MAXLET TRIAL TRANSCRIPT
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 15. An amendment
to the motion for a. new trial in the case
of J. D. Mariley. convicted of the murder
of Louis Richenstein, and given a life
sentence, has not yet been filed by the
attorneys. It Is expected counsel wllJ
take several days to go over the tran
script and make exceptions.
Officers of the National Guard wno
are here 'today, express satisSfectionf
over the action ot the Georgia National
Guards In requesting governor Camp
bell to pardon Manley.
The Watch That 1
Salt Lake Hasn't 100,000.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 15. Salt
Lake City has a population of 92,777,
according to statistics of the 13th cen- J
sus. This is an increase of 39.246. or
73.3 percent over 53,531 in 1900. The
population of Salt Lake county, Utah,
is 131,426, compared with 77,725 in 1900.
A fresh shipment of excellent Kosher
meat just arrived.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Dr. R. D. Robinson. Practice limited
to diseases of children and orthopedic
surgery. Office and residence 700 Mesa.
Both phones 1897.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 15. Richard K.
Trumbull, manager of an engraving
company, was released by TJnite"u
States commissioner Foote on a charge
of conspiring with George F. Williams,
a printer, and H. N. Secrest, of Mana
gua, Nicaragua, to counterfeit Nicara
guan money. The men claim that they
were acting for the provisional gov
ernment of Nicaragua.
Sam Craig's bar and cafe, 1029 Mis-
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Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
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