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!JL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Dee. 1, 1910.
'LOOK FOR THE MGX OF THE RXX
Christmas Gifts EarlyX
It is not a minute too early to be
considering "what to give" Al
ready many people who appreciate
the advantage of early selection
have been making their Purchases.
And such a display as there is here ready for
your inspection. There is something for every
taste and every purse. If fifty cents be the limit
or if you can afford to pay a thousand, you will
find your need anticipated. This dis
Gem of true worth and increasing value.
Gold "wrought for use. and ornamentation.
Glass of the finest obtainable cutting.
And hundreds of unique novelty pieces.
on the county road, 8 miles below El Paso,
ail in alfalfa.
One Third Cash Is Ail. If
Requires to Handle This
The alfalfa from the land will take care of
the remaining payments.
If you have any doubt about this being the
best thing in the valley iet us show it to you.
Perry-Brooks Realty Co
"Washington, D. C, Dec. 1. Post
master general Hitchcock today an
nounced (the appointment of James K.
Britt, of North Carolina, third assist
ant postmaster general to succeed A. j
X. Lavsne, who resigned some time
Iiawshe is now living at L.as Cruces,
ZINC GETS INTO
On the charge of working the old short
change game, Charles Zinc, who has been
doing time on the city's rock pile, is
again under investigation. Zinc is charged
by tiie night cashier at the "Western
Union office and by tbe proprietor of the
Bio Grande Valley bank cigar store with
tendering a $2 bill, in one instance to
jay for a telegram and in the second to
pay for a sack of tobacco.
After receiving the change coining to
him, Zinc is alleged to have suddenly
discovered that he had the change first
needed to pay for the goods. He is also
alleged to have pushed part of the change
hack across the counter andN to have
asked for his ?2 bill. In both in
stances, the cashiers state they discov
ered the trick.
HARPER AXI MAGOFFIX
FILE OFFICIAL BOXDS
The $216,000 bond of George Harper,
as county tax collector, was filed
Thursday with county clerk i Pitman.
The sureties are: C. E. Kelly, W. C.
Davis, T. M. TVingo, John 31. "Wyatt.
James B. Bowen, W. J- Harris, Rich
ard Keays and Richard Caples.
The bonds of J. W. Magoffin as
county treasurer, for $50,000, and for
60,000, as custodian of the county
school funds, have also been filed.
The sureties are Joseph Magoffin, O.
H Baum, T. B. Dockery and L. N.
this trade-mark Is on
every bottle of Cod
liver Oil you buy;
it stands for the
and only genuine
preparation of Cod
Liver Oil In the
Cod Uver Oil preparations with
out this trade-mark are only cheap
imitations, many of themcontaining
harmFulclrugs or alcohol. Be SURE
to get SCOTT'S, all druggists
FOB UW5HE, flF
Corner Mills & Mesa.
GIFT HOrSE OF THE SOUTHW EST"
- Banner BIdg.
SILVER CITY MAN
TAKES OWF LIFE
Jaekiakner Leaves aote
Saying He Was Disap
pointed in Love.
Silver City, X. M., Dec. 1. Jack Lak
ner, bookkeeper for the New Mexico
Heat, Light and Power company, of
this city, committed suicide In his room
in a boarding house here asthe-TVhis-tle
of the plant blew for the noon
hour by taking cyanide of potassium.
He left a note stating that he was not
crazy, but rational, and that having
been disappointed in a love affair he
wished to end his life. He has a sis
ter residing in Texas, and he left a
check signed in blank, with a note
to his sister to draw his deposit from
the local bank.
BEAVERS' CLUB 1ST
The Beavers will have their perma
nent home in The Herald building.
The house committee of the new lodge
has closed a lease for practically all
of the second floor of The Herald
building and a complete suite of club
rooms and a lodge room will be made
in tne building. The house commit
tee will make its report to the lodge
at Its next meeting, but the deal has
been closed, as this committee was
empowered to secure quarters for a
permanent home for the lodge!
Judge A. 31. "Walthall, Presiding.
Josephine Crosby vs. T. "W. Ardoin,
suit to try title on trial.
"W. S. Dobu vs. Cleo Dobu, suit for
Frank L. Eason and others vs. Dora
L. Darroch and others, suit to try title
and partition filed.
R. N. (McCarthy vs. L. O. Ramsey,
suit asking Judgment on contract, in
volving saloon at Sierra Blanca, and
petition for injunction filed.
Otto Olsen vs. Swift & Co.", damage
Jennie Grant vs. "William Grant, suit
for divorce filed.
Judge .T. H. Harper, Presiding. "
An'iseto Medino, charged with crim
inal assault, on trial; state has con
cluded Its testimony.
E. C. Dunne vs. W. C. Dunne, suit
for divorce filed.
.TndRe A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding.
J. H. Hiley vs. W. F. Duval, suit
for $528 alleged damages, on trial.
E. B. McClIJitock, Presiding.
Guadalupe Arrieta, charged
TWO BOYS ARE HELD
Joe Cook and Sam Maxwell are held 1
by the police pending an investigation
relative to theiloss of a -watch owned
by M. A. Xordstrom, at the Homan
sanatorium. The two boys were em
ployed at the sanatorium and left sud
denly Wednesday The watch was
missed shortly afterwards.
E3IPLOY3IEXT AtSTTVCY IS -
EXTERED BY IJOUGLARS.
Burglars broke into the employment
agency of Ji H. Manning & Co., at 905
South El Paso St. Thursday morning
about 1 oclock and got away with
about $50 worth of shoes, overalls a.nd
men's clothing. The glass in the front
door was broken.
1 BOBBED SECOND
TIME m A YEAR
Local Firm Has Safe Blown
and Then Refrigerator
One' year ago the offices of Lioretz
. Kepley, West San Antonio and Du
rango streets, -were burglarized and
about S100 secured by blowing a safe.
Smce that time the current money of
the firm has been hidden in a refrig
erator, which stands at the rear of
But another entrance was made
Wednesday night, and without molest
ing the safe, burglars secured the hid
den money from the ice chest. Tho
loss was ?io in currency
Entrance was made through the of
fice door to the street. The plate
glass of the door was shattered. Noth
ing is missing but the money. The bur
glary was not discovered until morn
ing. WENDLING GOES TO
TRIAL FOE MURDER
Louisville. Ky.. Dec.-'. In the case
1 X.l, TVJ1I.. j- 4-fa1 fi-fc'r
aSnis.. duSBVU ciiuimg,. wi. mi . I
the murder of Alma Kellner. father companies are wording on tnu ' :
Schuhmann, pastor of St. John's Cath- the most encouraging is that which is
olic church testified that on the day being drilled by a company composed ot
the Kellner child disappeared he no- i Midland bankers and merchants. lius
ticed an unpleasant odor coming from ! field is situated aboufc seven miles south
tha furnace He asked "TOendling. who , east of the field being worked by the
was janitor at the church, what caused
the unusual smell and testified that
Wedling- said he was "burning rags."
J. M. Peyton testified that for six
years he had read a gas meter in the
music room once each month, but that
after the disappearance of Alma. Kell
ner, Wendllng refused to allow him
to enter the room.
SLOAN SAYS STATE
CONTROL IS BEST
Louisville, Ky Dec. 1. New na
tionalism, insofar as it affects conser
vation of natural resources was de
nounced by executives of three statw
and upheld by governor Noel of Mis
sissippi, at the conference of gover
Governor Sloan, of Arizona, -declared
the states could best control water
rights and public lands, although he
said the recently completed irrigation
nork done by the government in his
territory was beneficial.
AMERICAN" BATTLESHIPS IX
GALE OFF FREXCH COAST
Cherbourg, France, Dec. l. A fierce
gale is raging along the coast and the
battleships of the second division of the
United States Atlantic fleet have been
forced to stand off shore under full
steam. It is reported that an American
picket boat sank and seven men were
A launch from the battleship Louis
iana rescutd the crew of a launch from
tne French armored cruiser Dupleix,
which was swamped by the heavy seas.
Many of the American blue jackets
are ashore, being unable to get back to
STEEL CORPORATION TO
PAY EMPLOYES PENSIONS
Xew York, X. Y., Dec. 1. Judge El
bert H. Gary announces that beginning
January 1, 1911, the United States steel
corporation will pay three classes of old
age pensions to those of its employes
who have served, with either the parent
company or its subsidiaries for more
than 20 years. The income will be de
rived from tho United States steel cor
poration and Carnegie joint fund, to
which no employes" contribute.
PAWNS HIS -COFFIN
TO BUY HIS FOOD
Atlanta. Ga.. Dec. 1. The high cost
of living forced 2L L. Breman to pawn
his coffin. Some time ago he bought
it for his own use. ibecause he could
"pick it np at a bargain." Wednesday,
however, he needed some money and not
having anything eke he had the coffin
carted to a pawnshop.
NEW MEXICO EXDS CEAR
WITH 5009,599 TX CASH.
Santa Fe, X. M., Dec 1. The nscal
oar of the territorial government has
closed. After payment of all warrants, I
there was a Daiance in tne lernwnm
treasuugr of 609,599.34. The superin
tendent of insurance reported he had
collected durlngr the past fiscal year
$37,828.89 -in fees from Insurance com
panies. LABOR JTJXIOXS SUE CITY
OP TAMPA. FOR" $20,000.
TamDa, Fla., Dec. 1. Suit has been
filed against the city of Tampa by
the trustees of the Central Trades and
Tj&Jbor assemly for $20,000 damages for
the closing of the labor temple" or
three weeks during' the strike to pre
vent gatherings. Furniture was dam
aged and papers lost, the unions
AEGRO BAXDIT IS KILLED
WKIL.E ROBBIXG PASSEXGERS.
Memphis, Tenn., Dec 1. Jack Thom
as, negro, of Blytneville, Ark., turned
bandit and terrorized and robbed pas
sencers on awest bound St. Louis &
San Francisco fast train and In the-4
end was shot to death by M. B. Walton,
railroad watchman. Four had been
divested of their purses and trinkets
when Walton appeared.
COULDN'T FIND MISS LENEVE
ON BOARD TEE MAJESTIC
Xew York, X. Y., Dec. 1. If Ethel
Lenee, Dr. Crippen's erstwhile com
panion, was on board the steamer Ma
jestic, which anchored off quarantine last
night, she had a better disguise than
when she came to Canada in boy's
clothes aboard the Montrose.
CASE OF BLACK CHOLERA
ALARMS WISCOXSIX TOAV3T
Cumberlan, Wis., Dec. 1. Gotlieb
Jerschke, a Russian emigrant who' is
quarantined in the Russian settlement
in Alena township, 12 miles "south, is
thought to be afflicted with black
cholera and alarm Is manifested on
account -of so many persons having
DROPS 125 FEET WITH
KITES TO BREAK THE FALL
Kansas Cit, Doc. 1. Samuel F. Per
kins dropped 125 feet here while being
supported in the air by a string of kites.
The top kites collapsed in a CO mile gale
Perkins was saved from serious in-
jury by the smaller kites.
Guadalupe Arrieta, arrested Wednes
day afternoon! on the charge of rob
bing Ricardo Corral of $95", was re
leased by justice ilcCllntock.
FIR' I .DISSOLVED.
The realty firm of Holman & Hitcher
has dissolved partnership. Bird Holman
having been appointed deputy sheriff
under the Edwards administration.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115. tPll what
you wish to buy, sell or rent and The
Herald will do the rest-
PLENTY OF OIL AT
TOYAH, BUT NO GAS
Expert SaysEield Will Pro
duce a Long Run ol!
Natural as will never be produced in
sufficient quantity in the Toyah oil
fields to warrant the installation of a
pipe line between the neighboring on
field and the citv of El Paso, is the j
oninicn of a well" known oil man who
has recently been inspecting the Toyah
fold. The hopes of a natural pas supply
ior the use of the city of El Paso -will
it seems never be realized. It seems that
pas has been found in many places dur
ing the process of drilling, but this sup
ply has been sufficient only for needs of
the company in their process of drilling.
In regard to the oil, tbe inspector -vyas
verv optimistic. He expressed the opinion
that the field would be a success, as
he grade of oil found in this district
was of a very high class. The wells
themselves would not be producers of
large volumes of oil. as some of the
other Texas fields had been, but the
supply would last for a long while, and
he expected to see the wells producing
about 100 .barrels a da v. Already t?nrre
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For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Friday, fair and warmer.
For New Mexico: Tonight and Fri
For "west Texas: Tonight, fair;
warmer, except in southeast portion;
Friday, fair; warmer.
Local Office U. S. Weather Bureau.
El Paso, Tex., Dec. 1, 1910.
El Paso Readings.
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sen. level) ...30.33 30.28
Direction of wind ... SE
Velocity of wind 15
State of weather clear clear
Rainfall last 24 hours ... 0
Highest temp last 24 Ws.. 62
Lowest temp last 12 hrs.. 34
Two Prominent Americans
Reach Rioe Old Age
Andrew Carnegie (on the left) and John Blfirelow. Both men recently
celebrated their birthday annlvemnrlen. The RTSrat steel magnate and philan
thropist, n in his 75th year, whUe the "Grand Old Man of Americn," ns Mr.
Kijrplow is called, celebrated bi 93rd b rthday. Among tho-se v.-bo called on
Mr. Bigelovi at Ills Xew York home to
Morgan, the flnancier. "I don't want to hurt your feelings, Morgan," said
Mr. Blgelorr, -'but I'll hae to te31 you Just tvluit I told Carneg'e. I'm old
enough to be yourt father. But you're re promising joudr mnn, and you'll
make your mark yet." Mr. Morgan Li past the three score and ten mark.
Mr. Carnejrfe spent the dny quietly In his palatial Fifth aenue residence.
The great success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak
lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based ob
the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden
Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with body-building,
tissue-repairing, muscle-making materials, in con
densed and concentrated form. "With this help Nature
supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest
food, build up the body and thereby throw off lingering
obstinate coughs. The "Discovery" re-establishes the
digestive and nutritive organs in sound health, purifies
end enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in
short establishes sound vigorous health.
If your dealer offers something "last as good,"
It is probably better FOR HIM"'it pays better.
But you are thnkin6 ot the cure not the profit, so
there's nothing "just as &ood" for yor Say so.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, la Plain English; or, Med
icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised up-to-date
Edition, paper-bound, sent for 21 one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing
only. Cloth-bound, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Famous Expert Tells-
How Fat May he Itcmoed Ttapldiy ly
a Simple Home Remedy Without
CauMnE: Wrinkles, Eisturblns: the
Diet or Necessity for Exercise.
"Fat is not&ingr but unused energy," j
savs a Dromient uhvsician. and the
man or woman who is burdened with 1
it can easily get rid of it if they wish. , 9
All thev need is V, ounce or -iiarmoia, ;
- ounce of Fluid Extract Cascara Aro
matic and 3ja ounces of Peppermint
Water; all of which they can get
il.ll V klUU VIA UK dlUlC J.V ci. .- " w--
Then let them tako one teaspooniui
after meals aud at bedtime until they
are down to the weight they want
This simple home receipt is far and
away better than an or. all the patent
or secret medicines, for It reduces the
fat safely and harmlessly. The in
gredients are in fact beneficial to the
svstem having both tonic and purify
ing qualities, and so help rath or tnan
distress the stomach. The remedy dees
not cause wrinkles, for it reduces one
gradually and naturally, presering a
good outline and. best of all, needs
neither physical exercise to help it do
the work, nor does it require any
change in diet one can ge"t results
and still take things oasy eating
meanwhile just what, when and how
hP or she Dleases. Be sure and get
the Marmola in a coaled package, so
that you get Marmola and not a suo
stitute. SPEAKS AT HIGH SCHOOL
AND SOUTHWESTERN SHOPS
Dr. E. J. Bulgin spoke at the hrsjh
school Thursday morning and at noon he
and George L.'Eose, the singer, held a
shop meeting at the Southwestern rail
road shops during the noon hour.
PROF. PACE DEES SUDDENLY.
Eastland, Tex., Dec. 1. Professor E.
A. Pace, superintendent of the Eastland
schools, was stricken with paralysis and
died suddenly this morning. He was 60
years old and was a well known edu
cator. He taught sdiool yesterday and
apparently was (well last night.
PLEA FOR HIGH SCHOOL BOYS.
The boys of the Military institute
have adressed a letter to $he school
board asking it ot rescind the action
prohibiting the High school boys from
indulging in athletics. The- petition
has not yet been presented to the
Houston, Texas, Dec. 1. A voluntary
bankruptcy petition was filed today
by the Texas Rubber and Supply com
pany, the largest concern of the kind
in south Texas. J X. Tauhwas named
as trustee with a bond of ($50,000.
offer congratulations was J. Plerpont
For Friday and
200 pairs of Men's $3.50, $4,
& $5 high grade Shoes, but
ton or lace, on sale Friday &
Saturday, two days only
300 pairs of women's $3.50
Shoesall styles & leathers,
Friday and Saturday, your
We want to assist you to
save some Xmas money.
- FRIDAY'S EXTRIES.
-- JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB.
$ Stk Day, Friday, Dec, 2.
First race, selling, twoyearolds, six
furlongs Gehtnicht, 100: Outfielder,
100; Stalwart Lad, -100; Clay. 106;
Ben Prior, 106; Ilzle, 107; Sigurd, 114.
Second race, selling; five and a half
furlongs Deerfoot, 102; Chapultepec,
105, Bon Ton, 107; Mrs. Xugent, 107;
Cobleskill, 107; James Blackstock, 109;
Elder, 109; Bantronia, 110.
Third race, selling, one mile La Dex
tra .100; Marcus. 100; Short Order, 100;
St. Kilda, 109; Fancy, 109; Vesme, 109;
Mauretania. 109; Taskmaster, 104.
Fourth race, handicap, seven fur
longs Lomond, 100; Work Box, 102 r
Otilo, 102; The Wolf, 105; Jacquellna,
105; Ocean Queen, .10S; "Polls, 112, Do
Fifth race, purse twoyearolds 5 and a
.alf furlongs West Point, 108; Uncle
Ben 110; Du Bois, 110; Rue, 110; Frank
Mullens, 113; Round the World. 120.
Sixth race, selling, five and a half
furlongs Bellf lower, 102; Shamrock.
102; Rose Daly, 102; Miss 'Caithness,
102; Ed .uolly, 105, Pilain, 105; Gene
Wood, 107; Valley Stream, 107; Joe
Woods. 107; Yankle Xic. 110; Preen-,-110.
TO HOLD A CONFERENCE
ON RESERVATION REMOVAL
December 1 was the date set for the
reservation removal proceedings. Because
of the city's failure to take action in the
matter of a new location, the committee
which has the fight in charge has not
taken any legal action yet, but a meet
in? will be held Thursday evening with
attorney J. iL. Xealon at which a plan
of campaign will be mapped out.
FIRST WORK STARTS ON
NEW CALISHER BUILDING
The firt work on the new Calisher
building started Thursday morning when
the excavation was started on the Texas
si-rppf-. side of the buildinr site. The
perspective of the new five story Calisner
buildinsr is being prepared and will be :
submitted to the J. Calisher company for 1
J the final approval this week.
FALSE ALARM SOUNDED.
A false alarm, turned 111 from Rio
ed to Wednesday at 6 oclock p. m. by
the central fire department.
Customs collector A. I. Sharpe has
returned from "Washington. Xew York
and other eastern cities.
First National Bank
Capital : $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits 225,000
We cordially invite new business connections.
Our new saving department pays 4 percent on deposits. v
OPEtf SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL S O'CLOCK.
C R. .MOREHEAD, President.
. - ;-
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETX, Vica Pre.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S81.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Braackea.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Preat.
W. Cooley, Y. P. & Mgr.
5 ' ' " " I
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AKD PROFITS $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, $350,000
' OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leaveli H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams H. M Andreas J. H. Mav
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
EXGIXEER FULLER SAfS
WEST TEXAS HAS OIL FD3LD
P. E. Fuller, United States en
gineer in charge of pumping investi
gations, with headquarters in Phoenix,
Ariz., who has arrived to speak at the
boost meeting tonight i firmly con
vinced that an fSil field lies in west
Texas, but that oil is where you find
XG CHOW O TRIAL.
Xg Chow was tried before United
States commissioner Geo. B, Oliver
j Thursday afternoon on a. charge of be-
ing an illegal resident of the United
States. He was arrested two weeks
TEXAS AT LAND SHOW.
Chicago, 111., Dec 1. Texas day at
the. Chicago land show tomorrow
promises to be a big event.
EI Paso Brick Co.
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION
TILE; ALL SIZES
Dry Press, Stock, Wire Cut, MottleS and
Rush Jobs Are Our Especial
El Paso Pasteur Institute
For Preventive Treataaejai
325 SAX AXTOXIO STREET.
rkoBC 2349 R. 1. Res 3457
88, Want a Job?
1 Vflf 1
We have more calls for office help than we can
snppl y. Your hands earn from 50 cents to S 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 S20-a-day class
and find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or phone DRAIIGHOX'S BUSDTESS COLLEGE.
El Paso, Texas, 107 SoHtM ElPase SUPheaellSJ.
GSC. D. STORY, Caahier.
FOR 35XICAN MOrTXY.
Bank &Trusi Co.
V. E. Arnold. Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.