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Thursday; Nov. 17, 1910.
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Joker n Eiesta Concession
Sale Proves Costly to
It has developed that there was a
Jolser in the bidding on fiesta gam
bling rights made -"Wednesday In Ciu
dad Juarez. Gambling promoters tried
to make a dupe of the city, it is said,
but were duped instead.
"With one contestant suddenly re
moved from the race, the followers
of R. Crux, who finally purchased the
rights, were left alone. It appeared
all one way, with nobody to bid. But
when bidding was begun at the 31,000
mark, the minimum, a dark horse en
tered the race.
It was Filipe Seijas, a prominent
attorney of Juarez, who began pushing
up the figure to be paid for the right
to run games next month in front of
the bull ring. To the great surprise
of the bidders, the attorney pushed
up the figure, leaving it at $44,900. It
was bought by Crux and his company
for $45,000, much in excess of last
Now everybody knows that Mr.
Seijas is not a gambling promoter, in.
fact, is known to be against gambling
as an institution. And the attorney
himself announces that he only bid to
protect the city.
It is not the quantity but
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dy universally known and
I used because of its ability to
quickly restore lost strength,
increase weight, and vitalize
the nerve centers.
There is vitality in every
the opportunity we offer you
to secure feed of un equaled
quality at tlie lowest pos
sible prices. No order too
large or too small for us to
fill satisfactorily. Corres
pondence solicited with out-of-town
0. G. Seeton & S
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
"Rush Jobs Are Our Especial
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munition, if necessary, between the
men who are to shoulder these weapons,.
Calls Upon Mexicans to Re
turn Home Before More
of Theni Are Burned.
Hermosillo, Son., Mex., Nov. 17. El
Occidental, a Spanish weekly pub
lished weekly in Hermosillo, referring
to the lynching of Antonio Bodriguex,
makes sport of Americans and calls
upon Mexicans to leave the United
States and return to their homes. It
says: "A Tankee community has
formed the Sons of Kero and burned a
man named Antonio Rodriguez after
taking hlri from the jail at Rock
Springs following the murder of a
Yankee woman named Mrs. Henderson.
The crowd, dirty, whisky and sausage
filled, spitting nauseating tobacco of
the color of shiny cockroaches, with
sneers, cried for vengeance and burned
him at the stake alive.
"These are the acts of models of the
higher civilization of a group of North
Americans, sons of the grand repub
lic, emulators of the moralist, Roose
velt, the lion hunter.
"There In the land of Washington,
thfv burn alivfi men who have not the
saffron color of the degenerate Saxons.
"Run Mexicans! To this place where
great virtues are scoffed at, there is
your destination in the center of the
main square of the city where the
crackling funeral pyre cries out to
"Tes, continue to live in a place
where they love and respect you so
much that they write in some public
places, Xo Mexicans admitted,' and
where you are considered below the
negroes, below the savages, below
dogs. Continue o live in that land
where you are scoffed at, where they
call you greasers and imbeciles.
"Abandon that sacred soil of your
fatherland and go where you are to be
kicked and called beasts and spat upon
and roasted alive, where they prosti
tute your wives and daughters and in
the end you will burn alive.
"We protest against this action of
Americans blinded with rage who per
petrated an act to which the hordes
of savages in Central Africa or Tibet
would not stoop, nor have the Yaquis
In their most savage outbreaks ever
committed a crime equal to this.
"The last revolts formed (the( riots
in Mexico) we consider improper for
an offended people seeking reparation
and not of a people which responds to
the offence with Insults. We protest
against such acts of reparation; we
want reparation, but we will not nor
should we give an example not fitted
to our dignity.
"We are noble and with nobility ana
decorum we shall seek reparation.
"One group of Americans committed
this crime; that group should be chas
tised. "Thft American government and our
government have the most amicable
relations and the American govern
ment will respond promptly and prop
erly to our just demands.
"The American people as a whole do
not approve of the action taken at
"If the American people are a great
people they owe and will give great
ANOTHER MOTHER FOR
Another mother has been located for
Antonio Rodriguez, the Mexican who
was burned at the stake at Rock
Springs. This one is in Eagle Pass. The
one located yesterday is in Guadalajara.
There will probably be at least a score
of them within a week, inasmucn as the
mother of the man Is expected to 'get
Indemnity from, the United States. Says
the San Antonio Express:
Eagle Pass, Texas, Nov. 17. Mexican
consul P. de P. Villasana of Eagle Pass
is at Rock Springs investigating the
killing of Antonio Rodriguez.
Toung Rodriguez was widely Known
in Eagle Pass. His mother lives 'nere
now. His grandmother lives in C. P.
Diaz. Antonio went to school in C. P.
Diaz, and the family iawidely known
AMERICAN JAILED IN
A MEXICAN DTJN&EON
Muskogee, Okla., Nov. 17. A letter
written in the Morse code by Irvin L.
Hefelstein, a Muskogee citizen, mailed
from an Isolated Mexico town, was re
ceived here today saying he is im
prisoned and needs immediate assist
ance. He savs for a slisrht offense.
because he did not understand the j
country's laws, he Is held in a darH
cell and nearly starved.
The Oddfellows' lodge of this city,
of which ha is a member, announces
that It will commence an investigation
CALLS ON MEXICANS
TO SMITE AMERICANS
"Veracruz, Mexico, Nov. 17. A circu
lar protesting in the strongest terms
against the lynching of the alleged
Mexican, Antonio Rodriguez, in Texas,
Is being scattered broadcast through
The circular, which is quite the most
radical yet seen herea is signed by
Nicolas Barido, and calls upon all Mex
icans to rle against this insult wnich
has been put upon them by the hor
rible death meted out to their country
man in the northern republic.
OXB SATS WOMAN WAS
CRAZY; OTHER. SAYS NOT
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 17. Two wit
nesses, V. P. Armstrong and Dr. O.
M. Marchman, testified this morning
at the trial of Mrs. Fannie Flanary,
charged with the murder of her hus
band. "Armstrong said the woman was
sane at the time of the shooting and
Marchman declared the defendant in
sane then. It is expected the taking
of testimony will be completed this
El Paso Brick Co.i
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IN CONFIDENCE MINE
Gold Dust Co. Building Cot
tages at New Camp for
Silver City, X. M., Nov. 17. Reports
have reached this city of a wonderfully
rich strike made in the Confidence
mine at Mogollon, owned by the Helen
Mining company, which recently resum
ed operations. The strike is the richest
grade of ore ever found in the mine
and there seems to be a large body of
it. Since the work has been resumed,
R. T. Root has been in charge and a
large amount of additional mining ma
chinery has been installed.
The Gold Dust Mines company, a new
company recently organized here, has
let contracts for the erection of miners'
cottages, blacksmith shop, shaft houses,
etc., and superintendent Theo. W. Car
ter will establish a camp at the mines,
which are situated in the Mogollon
district, and push development work
with a large force of men. This prop
erty has been developed to some extent
and its showing Is reported to be ex
cellent. To Work Gold Properties.
The Leo XII. Mining company has de
cided to start work at once on its gol3
bearing properties, situated 31 miles
from here, in the Central mining dis
trict, and the general superintendent of
the company, William Finlay, of Mus
kogee, Okla., who has been here for
some months preparing to start actual
development work, has engaged Manuel
Taylor, one of the best miners of this
section, as his mine foreman, and Mr.
Taylor has already taken charge 'of the
property and put a force of mei to
To Repair Fire Damasc.
The officers of the Rio Tinto Coppor
company are still in the city, and plan
to Tepair the damage done in the Hearst
shaft at Pinos Altos a week ago, at
once. The fire was unfortunate for the
company, as superintendent Easton had
just completed the work of putting the
mine in first class condition and the
company was ready to begin the ex
tracting of ore. The loss Is estimated
BIG MINING CASE
IN SUPREME COURT
The Outgrowth of Big Deal
in Cochise County
Tombstone, Ariz., Nov. 17. Among
the most important cases tried before
the territorial supreme court during
its brief session at Phoenix was the
big case of Tevis & McKittrick, appel
lants, against Jepp Ryan and others,
appellees, involving a judgment of
This case is the outgrowth of a big
mining deal in Cochise county involv
ing many groups of valuable mining
claims in the Turquoise mining district
and It was decided at the last session
of the supreme court, which reduced
the judgment of the lower court of
Cochise county to $130,000, with which
decision neither party was satisfied and
both gave notice of appeal. And it will
now come up for another motion of re
hearing. During the trial of the case at Tomb
stone it attracted considerable atten
tion, due to the fact that the litigants
were millionaires and all Interested
in extensive development projects in
COCHISE MINE LAND
SELLS FOR $62,500
Tombstone, Ariz., Nov. 17. The fol
lowing mines of Cochise county have
changed hands during the past few
days, according to the county records,
for various considerations:
The Calumet & Arizona Mining com
pany to the Superior & Pittsburg Cop
per company, land in the Warren dis
Marie S. Myers to George Myers
mines situated in the California mis
ing district, $10.
Young Short to Royal R. Lockett and
Mrs. J. C. Herron, mines situated in the
Turquoise mining district, 25.
Grant Lewis to John J. Wyatt, min
ing claims situated in the Turquoise
mining district, $10.
MASCOT MINE FINANCED
BY SAN FRANCISCO MEN
Benson, Ariz., Nov. 17. Work on the
Mascot mine Is progressing. About
3000 feet of exploration work has been
done and 12,000,000 are estimated to dg
accessible from tunnels. During the
current year a quarter of a million
dollars has been expended on the prop
erty. According to Clarkson Dye, of
San Francisco, the mine has been
financed in San Francisco for over $1,
000,000. Within a short time Benson will
have access to the mountains by a road
three miles shorter than the present
roundabout trail. It will be known as
the Mabel road and will run direct to
the Little Dragoons and the Big Dra
goons from this city.
Ore from the Mabel mine will be
hauled to Benson. Heretofore the ore
has been hauled to Tombstone. At a
depth of between 400 and 500 feet a rich
copper lead was struck, showing good
RUSH IS BEING MADE TO
TAKE UP ABANDONED CI.AI3IS
Guanacevi, Mex., Nov. 17. There is a
rush here to take up old abandoned
claims, owing to the arrival of engi
neers who are seeking the best entrance
to the city.
It is reported that the Guanacevi
tunnel will be reopened.
Harold Cobb has leased the'Chamole
ihlne in this district from the Hearst
estate, is working 300 men and is ship
ping each day on burro trains.
Judgment for $35.09 has been award
ed In justice McCllntock's court in fa
vor of the Popular Dry Goods company
ag-ainst C. J. Donnelly.
Suit coi a note for $139.61 has been
filed in justice Stacey's court by Ju
lius Kessler & Co., vs. J. IT. Adams.
Suit on commission for S60 was also
filed in justice Stacey's court by J H.
Smith vs. C. M. Michle'.
Candelaria Juarez, charg-ed with dis
turbing the peace, was fined ?1 by
On complaint of Ben Arezke. Oliver
Lohman and J. R. Quinsberry, charged
with assault and malicious mischief,,
will be given a hearing in police court
Saturday afternoon. Tile boys are al
leged to have caused trouble at a lo
cal hotel. N. '
OUT OX BO.D.
E. J. Hill,, confined b.l- federal .au
thorities in the county jail on a charge
of having opium in his possession, gave
a ?4000 bond late Wednesday afternoon
and was released. E. Agiiirre, charged
.in county court with swhndling, alao
gave bond and was released.
WANT TO MOVE
Property Owners Employ
Attorne' to Help Them
Property owners in the vicinity of
the reservation on Broadway nave
raised a fund to force the removal of
the restricted district and have em
ployed J. M. Nealon to conduct the re
Notices will be served on the prop
erty owners within the next three Jays,
notifying them that they are permitting
an illegal business to be conducted on
their property. Tnis will be followed
by injunctions asking the courts to re
strain the property owners from per
mitting their property to be used for
While no definite site has been se
lected for tne new reservation, it is
said that property owners on the "owcr
end of Broadway are planning to erect
houses to be occupied by the inrnate-3
of the reservation.
The city officials, while in favor of
the removal, say they will not allow
the reservation to be moved from
Broadway until the new location has
been selected and houses erected on it,
thus preventing the evil scattering over
If you haven't a Thermos Bottle in
your house you ought to have a Ther
mos Jar. Snyder Jewelry Co.
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
MRS. ELMA P. BLACKBURN.
IMrs. Elma Pearl Blackburn, 37 years
of age, died Wednesdav in an El Paso
hospital. She had been in the city a few
days, coming from Cloudcroft. where she
spent the summer. Surviving is her
husband, J. W. Blackburn, of Dallas,
who is in the city. The body will be
shipped to Caldwell, Tex., for "interment
MRS. EDIZABETH COLLINS.
Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth
Collins, who died Tuesday at 916 31a
goffin avenue, were held Thursday aft
ernoon, Rev. P. J. Rice officiating. The
body was placed in a vault at Concordia
cemetery. Mrs. Collins was nearly 89
years of age, and had lived near El Paso,
for about eight 3'ear?. She resided with
her daughter, Mrs. Edward Schuifz.
SAYS THE DEMONSTRATIONS
ARE REALLY AGAINST DIAZ
Albuquerque, X. M.. Xov. 17. Anti
American demonstrations in Mexico have
in reality been directed against the Diaz
administration, says Dr. Charles F. Lu
kens, recently returned from Sonora. He
says that the burning of Rodriguez nt
Rock Springs, Tex., was merely "used as
a subterfuge by the agitators.
POLICE ARE "CLEANING UP."
That the police and detective forces
Intend making El Paso a lonesome town
for undesirable citizens, and that arrests
on vagrancy charges are to be numer
ous, was stated Thursday morning by
the officers. The campaign has been
in progress for several days.
MIXED GOLF MATCH.
Another mixed foursome is being
planned for the Country club golf pro
gram Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Happer and
Mrs. W. R. Thurston are in charge of
the arrangements for the mixed match.
A Little Diapepsin relieves
bad Stomachs in five
As there is often some one in your
family who suffers an attack of indi
gestion or some form of Stomach
tTOUble. WllV don't rnn Iraan cnm
jjicipepsiii in tlie house handy?
This harmless blessing will digest
anything- you can eat without the
slightest discomfort, and overcome a
sour, gassy Stomach five minutes after.
Tell your pnarmacist to let vou read
the formula, plainly printed on these
50-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin,
then you will readily see why it makes
Indigestion, Sour Stomacj?, Heart
burn and other distress go in five
minutes, and relieves at once such
miseries as Belching of Gas. gructa-
pi' m mamm,
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THE HIP POCKET
CLEARS A NEGRO
Shot Man When He Saw
Him Put His Hand in
That Fatal Pocket.
"Not guilty," was the verdict re
turned Wednesday night by the jury
in the 34th district court in the case
of Marshall Jackson, a negro, charged
with the murder of Madison Graham,
another negro, who died on May 20,
as a result of wounds received the
Jackson was the last witness on the
stand in his own behalf Wednesday
and he admitted the killing. He
charged that Graham had killed his
brother and had beaten his wife, v-ho
Is Jackson's sister, with a six shoot "i.
As to Ithe killing, Jackson stated
that on the night of May 19, he turn
ed east on Second street, from Oregon,
and there saw Graham looking into
the Jockey Club saloon.
"He was about two steps away,"
Jackson stated, "and I asked: 'Who
are you looking for?" He whirled
around, and, seeing me, made a move
toward his hip pocket. Then I shot
By Jackson's statement that he ac
costed Graham and asked him, "..no
are you looking for," the negro s-ept
away his claim for self defence, and
instructions covering that fvere not
submitted to the jury by judge Har
per. The instructions covered only
first and second degree murder and
acquittal. The jury deliberated four
At an expenditure of nearly $100,000
gold, Cludad Juarez has completed a
model sewerage plant, the first in its
history. Engines of the pumping sta
tion were set in motion for the first
time Thursday afternoon, marking the
beginning of a new era for the border
Sewerage is gravitated to the pump
ing plant, a half mile to the southeast
from the center of the city. From this
station the liquid will be pumped
over unirrigated lands. Solid matter
will be converted into fertilizer.
BASSETT'S AND BEERS'S DOGS
TAKE PRIZES AT SAN ANTONIO
El Paso dogs are becoming nation
ally famous. C. X. Bassett's Russian
wolf hound won the first prize at the
El Paso fair over the wolf hound sent
here by George Gould. This same dog
won five first prizes at the kennel
club show at San Antonio. The Aire
dale terrior belonging to C. A. Beers,
which also won a number of prizea
at the fair here, won three firsts at
JAILOR GOES ON A HUNT?
EDWARDS NA3IES DEPl'TT.
W. A. Mitchell county jailor; J. D
Newton, assistant, and C. B. Patterson
leave Monday for an extended hunting
trip in the Sierra Madres.
Peyton Edwards stated Thursday
morning that he would not qualify as
sheriff until the latter part of the
month. He did say. however, that E
Mebus would be jailor and I. S. Good
would act as chief deputy.
A. X. Brown, general traffic manager
of the El Paso & Southwestern, 5 3 In
the city on business.
i. Grows Hair
and we can
The Great DANDERINE Never
Fails to Produce the
TT enlivens and invigorates the hair
1 glands and tissues o the scalp, j
resulting in a continuous and j
iULicaaiug giuniu ui uie i.au.
Letters of praise ore continually
coming In from nearly all parts of
the country stating that Danderlne
has renewed the growth of hair In
cases that were considered abso
A lady from Brooklyn writes:
"After a short trial my hair stopped
falling, and I now have a lovely head
of hair, very heavy and over one and
a quarter yards long."
Danderine stimulates the scalp,
makes it healthy and keeps it so.
It is the greatest scalp invigorator
known. It is a wholesome medicine
for both the hair and scalp. Even
a small bottle of it will put
more genuine life in your
hair than a gallon of any
other hair tonic ever made.
It shows results from the
Now on sale at every drug and
toilet store in the land ; 3 sizes
25c, 50P and $1.00
FfO a To show how quickly
n cd Danderlne acts.we
will senda large sample free
hy return mall to anyone who
sends this free coupon to the
Knoslton Danderine Co., Chisago,
with their name and address
and 10c in sliver or stamps
to pay postage.
tions of sour, undigested food, Nausea,
Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation and
other Stomach disorders.
Some folks have tried so long- to find
relief from Indigestion and Dyspep
sia or an out-of-order stomach with
the common, every-day cures adver
tised that they haye about made up
their minds tnat they hae something;
else wrong, or believe theirs Is a case
of Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of
the Stomach or Cancer.
This, no doubt, is a serious mistake.
Your real trouble is, what you eat does
not digest; instead, it ferments and
sours, turns to acid. Gas and Stomach
poison, which putrefy in the digestive
tract and intestines and, besides, poi
son the breath with nauseous odors.
A hearty appetite, with thorough di
gestion, and without tno slightest dis
comfort or misery of the Stomach, is
waiting for you n soon as you decade
o try Pape's Diapepsin-
MAY WRITE POLICIES
PAYING YEARLY DIVIDENDS
Austin, Tex., Nov. 17. Attorney gen
eral Lightfoot today ruled that life in
surance companies may write policies
paying dividends every year. Former
commissioner Love held that such
policies could not be written; commis
sioner Hawkins held that they could,
but the present commissioner, Von
Rosenberg, referred the matter to the
SEARCH IS UNAVAILING
FOR A MISSING 7.IINER
Albuquerque, X. M., Nov. 17. Two
weeks' search for Nicholas Chavez in
the Sandia mountains have proved
futile. His body has not been dis
covered but it is believed that he fell
over a cliff and was killed.
Mother's Priend is used "before the coming of baby, and the healthy woman can
remain a healthy mother. It is the only remedy that perfectly and thoroughly
prepares the system for healthy motherhood, and "brings about a natural and
easy consummation of the term. Women who use Mother's Priend are always
saved much suffering 7hcn the little one arrives, and recover more quickly, and
ffith no ill effects, or chronic troubles. Every expectant mother should safeguard
her health "by using Mothers Priend,
thus preparing her physical condition
for the hour of motherhood. This
medicine is for sale at drug stores.
Write for free hock for expectant
BEADFIEXD REGULATOR. CO.,
BULGIN AT HIS BEST
"0ir Problems and How to, Face Them"
MILLS AND KANSAS
First National Bank
Surplus and Profits
We cordially invite new business
Our new savings department pays
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C. E. MOREHEAD, President GEO. D. JLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. K. BASSETT; Vic "Pxtt.
L. J. GILCHSIST, Asst. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S31.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Braaclwa.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN 2C0NSY.
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Rio GrandeV T alley
W. W. Turriey, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & !Mgr.
CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND PEOFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, S350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
L S. Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leavell H. J. Simmooi
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenthal .
J. F. Willruns H. M Andreas J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BrSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
in The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays as well as in
regular office hours.
THE JANITOR SERYIQE
in The 'Herald Building is the most efficient in El Paso.
at the very heart of he business center, where every car oe3
bv the door.
have the highest ceiling? in town, and are bright and airy,
thoroughly warmed bv steam in winter.
as low as consistent with the highest standards of service.
Pattern Hats 1-2 Price
We are now offering our remaining
exclusive Pattern Hats at half price.
These are the most beautiful hats ever
brought to El Paso. We now offer you
any pattern hat at just one-half its
THE BEAUTY PARLOR Again we ask that
to avoid being disappointed vou telephone to
the Beauty Parlor and make engagement.
STOLEN PROM CLERK
Thief Enters Vault of Kauf
man Court House and
Terrell, Tex, Nov. 17. A large
amount of personal bonds and chat"l
mortgages and five boxes containing
the ballots of the general election and
other valuable papers are missing
from the office of county clerk Sparks
at Kaufman, and the authorities have
started an investigation. Evidently
the valuables were obtained by some
person who had a key to the vault.
Among the bonds is tax collector
Monger's for over $100,000. -
The "bearing of children is frequently
foEowed "by poor health for the
mother. This supreme crisis of life
finding her physical system unpre
pared, for the demands of nature,
leaves her with -weakened resistive
powers and sometimes chronic ail
ments. This can "be avoided if
'ta. ' p
-. . . 225,000
4 percent on deposits.
Bank &Trust Co.
"V. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.