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L PASO HERALD
4 Friday, December 9, 1910.
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rent cause of the fear. Since the fight
ing: at Parral of November 21 all ap
peared quiet. But last week govern
ment officers disclosed a plot to smug
gle ammunition, confiscating 50.000
lcunds. It was discovered that 10,000
rounds had been consigned to a Par
ral hardware dealer, but before reach
ing that city were reconsigned to Ojito,
a small village. Iu addition 40,000
rounds had been smuggled but was
confiscated by the authorities.
"When I left Paxral it was reported
that the towns of Guadalupe y Calbo
and Belleza had been taken by insur
rectionists, but was only a rumor, I
think," said Mr. Van "Wagenen.
"I was not in P,arral on the 21st,
and do not know much about what oc
curred. Before that I had started into
the country. Returning" we heard
many wild reports. A mining man at
Guadalupe y Calbo sent out a circular
to all foreigners in the camps about
there warning them to congregate at
Guadalupe for self protection. The let
ter told of what had occurred at Par
ral. But nobody seemed to pay much,
attention to it. We were two days
north of Guadalupe before we re
turned. We met a party of Americans
who said they had been stopped by a
party of 100 Insurgents who asked to
buy their arms. Tlje leader produced
a roll of bills as proof, but the Ameri
cans said that iey needed their arms.
There was no argument about it, or
any trouble, they said."
ALL QTJIET NOW
Work Is Being Pushed on
Pearson Road Some Na
tives Leave Jobs.
Colonia Dublan. Mexico, Dec. 9. The
revolutionary fermentation is dying out
here. There is not enough excitement
to keep 4t alive.
A lone traveler with a team and un
tarmed has just arrived from Colonia
SCorelos. Sonora, and he reports every
thing quiet between liere and there. He
did not even see an armed soldier.
A letter from kilometro 79 says
everything is quiet there and they are
pushing their railroad work and are
employJng every man who wants work.
Some of tine" Mexicans have left to join
the insurrectos but .most of them prom
ise to stay with their work if they are
not forced away by the insurrectos.
PEOPIiB ABOn FROXTERAS
ARE VOT MAKING TROUBLE.
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. 9. Fernando A.
Jamenez of this city, who has just re
turned from Fronteras, is authority for
the statement that there is no evidence
of revolutionary trouble in that sec
tion of the state; also that president
Liborio Tacus says that the people at.
Fronteras and thereabouts are strongly
in favor of Diaz.
Speckled trout at Ardoin's.
BEGIN FORCING- OF
IPtist Warrant in City's
Campaign Issued Against
For failure to construct a sidewalk
In front of property and thus comply
with the city ordinance, a warrant has
been sworn out in police court against
Robert Martin, who lives at! the corner
Df Wyoming street and Mesa avenue.
According to city officials, two notices
of sidewalk construction have been
served on Mr. Martin. The ordinance
provides penalties ranging from 10
The complaint gainst Martin is the
first of a number that are to be prose
cuted in police court, according to the
statements Friday of city officials, as
numerous complaints- have been made
by property owners who have con
structed sidewalks against those who
have not complied with the order.
Hale and Hearty at 81
Mr. W1L H. HAINES, 81 Xears of Age great difficulty. I had always led a
Very active outdoor life and felt my weakened condition Keenly. I started using
.Duffy's Pure Malt whiskey as directed and after a short time my improvement
was so marked that I have continued its use and am a well man again. I have
gained in weight, have an excellent appetite and know that I owe my present
condition to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I do not know what I should do without
it." Wm. H. Haines, 34 Paris St., Everett, Mass.
When you feei weak and run down and all out of sorts, you need a pure
tonic-stimulant that will build you up, enrich your blood, quicken your heart
action and restore your strength in a gradual, healthy manner.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
as a renewer of youth and tonic stimulant is one of the greatest strength-givers
known to science. When taken at mealtime it stimulates the mucous surfaces and
little glands of the stomach to a healthy action, thereby improving the digestion
and assimilation of the food and giving to the system its full proportion of
nourishment. Its gentle and invigorating properties influence for good every im
portant organ in the body. It makes the old feel young and keeps the young
strong and vigorous. Prescribed by physicians, used in hospitals and as a family
If in need of advice, write Medical Department, The Duffy Malt Whiskey
Company, Rochester, New York, stating your case fully. Our doctors will send
you advice free, together with a valuable illustrated medical booklet. Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey is sold in SEALED BOTTLES .ONLY by druggists, grocers and
dealers everywhere," or shipped' direct if your dealer -will not' supply you.. $1.00
per large bottle.
SON ON" BOCK PILE
The Lad Is Said to Be De
mented Over an In
vention. Antonio 'rorres, jr., the young Mexi
can engineer who was fined $25 in po
lice court Tuesday afternoon and has
since been working on the rock pile, is
a son of Antonio Torres, a colonel in
the Mexican regular army, with head
quarters in Sonora. The father, in a
telegranx-to Antonio AT Lomeli, Mexican
consul In El Paso, states that the boy
is mentally unbalanced.
Young Torres was arrested following
an assault or. three Mexicans wno were
standing in fiont of the government
building and the Sheldon hotel looking
at the Mills building. In police court,
he stated that the man laughed at him.
His actions caused considerable com
ment on account of his extreme nerv
Torres When arrested had several
drawings of mechanical devices and a
number of blue prints. It is said his
mental trouble is due to worry oyer an
invention on which he is working.
Consul Lomeli appeared in police
court Friday morning and interceded
for the boy. Judge Lea promised clem
ency. Save 10 to 15 on uncalled
tailormade clothes at 110 Texas.
WIN THINKS CO.OLEY
Distinguished Sew Mexican
Jurist in City Talks of
Judge A. W. Cooley, former member
of the supreme court of New Mexico,
and previously a member of president
Roosevelt's tennis cabinet in "Washing
ton, axived in El Paso Thursday night
from his home in Alamogordo, accom
panied'by Mrs. Cooley and their daugh
ter. They will remain in the city un
til Saturday morning, when they leave
for Silver City, where judge Cooley
goes for his health. He has been
spending the summer in High Rolls, N.
M., and is considerably Improved.
Judge Cooley, who was forced to quit
the bench last spring, owing to his
failing health, has not since been much
interested "in politics, but is pleased
with the constitution proposed for New
"I think the constitution is a good
one," he said Friday morning, when
seen at the Orndorff hotel, "and I be
lieve it will be ratified by the people of
Save, 19- to 15 on uncalled
Tailormade clothes at 110 Texas.
Judge A. 31. Walthall, Presiding.
Josephine Crosby vs. T. TV. Ardoin
and others, suit to try title, on trial.
Jose Montes vs. Isidor Estavillo de
Morites, suit for divorce filed.
Jose Gomez vs. Sophia Gandara de
Gomez, suit for divorce filed.
, JUSTICE COURT.
E. B. ZUcCllntock, Presiding.
W. C- Cotton and others vs. Anse
lino Leyvar forcible detainer suit in
volving land in Cotton addition, sold
by Leyva to Dr. Weeks, judgmentfor
plintiff. Leyva testified that he had
lived on the land for IS years.
a H. F. Stacy, Presldidg.
Bias Gandara vs. Sheldon Hotel
company, suit for damages, 80 judg
ment for plaintiff
John Barbrick vs. J. L. Martin and
others, suit on commission, judgment
for plaintiff for 58.75.
DROPPING MAIL. CLERK
"WILL. WORK A HARDSHIP.
El Paso will suffer as a result of
postmaster general Hitchcock's policy
or retrenchment. One railway mail
clerk Is to be taken off the Tucumcari-
El Paso division and this will work j
a hardship, especially at this time,
when the Christmas rush is about to
David McKnight, chief clerk of the j
railway mail service, returned Friday
morning from San Antonio, where he
spent a week visiting his mother, whom
he left somewhat Improved in health.
From a helpless invalid, owing to a
weakened, rundown condition of the
system, to a vigorous "man of 81
years of age, is the experience that
Mr. Wm. H. Haines, a Grand Army
Veteran, has passed through during
the last few years, owing to the
use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
as his only medicine. '
In writing to a friend he said:
"Today I am strong and vigorous for
a man of my age, 81 years, my pres
ent physical condition being vastly
different from what it was a few
years ago, thanks to Duffy's Pure
Malt 'Whiskey. I was almost a help- j
less invalid before using this medi
cine, had kidney trouble and. frequent
dizzy 'spells, no appetite and any legs
were so weak that I walked with
SATURDAY'S ENTRIES ;
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB.
loth Day, Saturday, TJec. 10.
v v v v v V V ; . ; ; ; v
First race, selling, 2yearolds, six fur
longs Stalwart Lad, 98; Trafalgar, 98;
Outfielder, 1Q1 Commendation, 103;
Aragonese, 103; Alta Ray. 103; Clay,
104; Southern Light, 106: Juarez, 10C;
Cat, 106; Belella, 109.
Second race, selling, six furlongs
Marcus, 104; Execute, 108; Elder, 111;
Rio Pecos, 112; Toy Boy 115.
Third race, handicap, one mile Otilo,
97; Lomond, 98; Ocean Queen, 105;
Green Seal, 107; Injury, 10S; Dorante,
Fourth race, Tampico handicap, six
furlongs, value 1500 Round the
World, 105; John Griffin II., 108; Hel
met, 112; Follie Levy, 117; Trance, 123;
Jack Atkin. 128.
Fifth race, selling, fillies and mares,
seven furlongs Miss Caithness, 99;
Tavora, 102; Manila S., 102; La Dextra,
105; Mauretama, 107; Alice George, 108:
Gladys Louise, 111; Marian Casey, 113.
Sixth race, selling five and one-half
furlongs The Slicker, 105; Gene Wood,
105; Roberta, 107; James Blackstock.
107; Dr. Mack, 108; Tom McGrath, 112;
Hidden Hand, 112.
TAKE LOVETT'S PLACE- I
Important Changes In Officials or Har-
riman Lines Reported
San Francisco, Cal.. Dec. 9. A report
from Sacramento has it that many of
ficial changes are to be made in the
Harriman railroad iyste.n the end of
this month. According to this story,
Julius Kruttschnitt d rector of operT
ation and maintenance of way of the
Union and Southern Pacific, is to go
from Chicago to New York as presi
dent, taking judge Itonerc S. Lovclfs
plaoe. Lovett, it is 5aid. will ".? cliaii1
man of the tw boaiMs f rsctnrs.
H. J. Small, of this city, superintend
ent of motive power and machinery
of the Southern Pacific, is credited
with being Kruttschnitt's successor in
Chicago, T. W. Heintselman, of Sacra
mento, taking Small's position here. A
number of minor changes are also In
cluded in the story.
NEW SUBSTATION IS NOT
FOR USE OF GENERAL PUBLIC.
The Christmas substation of the post
office will be in the Thome building
on San Francisco street. This will not
be for the use of the general public
but merely to facilitate the handling
of mail that comes into the local post-
Ul illrtli mat i-""' ..w x -
office and is dispatched therefrom. J
MAJOR GENERAL OF
THE ARMY ENDS OWN LIFE.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 9. Maj. uen.
Wallace F. Randolph, retired, former
chief of the coast artmery corps, com
mitted suicide "at his residence in this
BISHOP BEXILEY RECOVERS.
Colonia Juarez, Mexico, Dec. 9.
-r-fcii -r..'l-- -ttV line haan ill TftftVl
typhoid for nearly two months is able
to be out again.
The mutuals will join and give a
party December 15.
The Home Dramatic club will soon
put "Wenlock of Wenlock" on the
Amasy TVilsorr will visit the poultry
farm of Dr. Moore in Ysleta, and take
items about running the business. Wil
son and Dan Skousen have gone into
the poultry business quite heavily in
Colonia Juarez and they want the most
Colonia Dulilnn Xotes.
Dee Payne was fined $10 for fighting
with the three Mexicans. Rodrigues
nas no.t had his trial yet. He is still in
prison at Casas Grandes.
XEW PORTALES COXCERX.
Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 9. Incorpor
ation papers have been filed b3' the
Public Service company of Portales,
Roosevelt county. The capital is $3000
and the incorporators and directors
are: T. G. L.omax, A. T. Monroe, T.
E. Mears, G. M. Williamson, T. A.
Keen, George M. Monroe, H. M. Liv
ingston, G. V. Johnson, TV. O. Old
ham, J. P. Deen and George C. Been.
POSTOFFICE CLERK ILL.
Miss Mary Moelich of the money or
der department in the postoffice is con
fined to her home on account of illness
and her place is being taken by Misa
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. 9. The roadbed
of the El Paso & Southwestern rail
road, which was damaged last July by
floods, is being widened and reinforced
against any future Inroads by water.
SENT THEM OVER HERE.
Two American "bunco men," who
have been operating about the gam
bling games in Juarez, were' "vagged"
into El Paso-, by the Mexican police
Texas and Pacific train No. 3, due at
11:40 a. m., did not arrive until nearly
2 ocloclc owing to connections from the
est. All afternoon and night trains
are reported o ntime.
Judge James TV. Stewart and Mrs.
Stewart, of Cleveland, Ohio, parents of
Vance TV. Stewart, associated with the
legal department of the Southwestern
railway, are in El Paso for a short
visit with their son. They have been
on the Pacific coast for the past few
weeks and are returning home.
HP 1 V
1 his Amas
Give HIM &
TARY OF INTERIOR
CContinued Fropi age One.)
laws so as to limit the maximum of
area which may be entered to 160 acres;
to extend the time, within which final
proof may be niade to seven years, but
impose the additional condition of ac
tual cultivation of not less than one
half the irrigable area of the entry for
a period of not less than three years
prior to final proof.
Repeal of the commutation provisions J
of the homestead law, or, if this he
deemed inadvisable, modification of the
present laws so as to require two years'!
actual residence, cultivation and im
provement as a prerequisite to commutation-
Also provide tha no patent
shall issue under any commuted home
stead entry hereafter made, except to
citizens of the United States.
Legislation requiring notices of min
ing locations to be recorded in the of
fice of the register and receiver of the
land districts: requiring final pay
ment and entry for mineral claims to
be made within seven years from date
of location, exclusive' of any time cov
ered by pending adverse or contest pro
ceedings; and modifications of the pla
cer mineral laws so as to provide that
no placer location hereafter made,
whether by one or more nersons, or an
association of persons, shall exceed 40
acres in area.
No new reclamation projects
been undertaken since March 4, 1909, j njer Crater Lake, Glacier, Mesa "Verde,
tut prior to that date 32 primary pro-j ard' there should be added the Grand
jects had been undertaken, the net in- j canyon of the Colorado, for the crea
vestment in which on June 30, 1910, j tion 0fvWhIch a bill is now pending in
amounted to $52,945,441.03. congress.
The efforts of the department have fn or(jer that creditable progress-may
been directed toward'the completion of
projects .already undertaken rather
man xne searcii lor or uuuei ian.iii& ui
new projects. ,
. The secretary recommends tha't the
board of pension appeals be abolished.
When Her. Back Aches
A Woman Finds AH Her Energy and
Ambition Slipping: Away.
El Paso women know how ihe aches
and pains that come when the kidneys
fail make life a burden. Backahce,
hip- -pains, hea'daches, 'dizzy spells, dis-
-tressing urinary troubles, all tell of J
sick kidneys, and warn vou of the
stealthy approach of diabetes, drops
and Brlght's disease. Doan's Kidney
Pills permanently cure all these dis
orders. Here's proof of it In an El
Paso's woman's "words :
Mrs. E. D. Nichols, 1220 Texas St, El
Paso, Texas, says: "The results I re
ceived from the use of Doan's Kidney
Pills were so satisfactory that It Is Im
possible for me to praise tnis remedy
too highly. For a long time I was
troubled with backache and was hardly
ever free from 'a difficulty with the kid
ney secretions.- Often sharp twinges
darted through my kidneys and I was
also distressed by headaches. Learning
of Doan's Kidney Pills, I decided to try
them and procured a box at Kelly &
Pollard s Drug Store.
They proved to
be just what I required and In a short
time completely cured me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
BROADWAY and 11th ST.
NEW YORK CITY
Within e&gy Access of every point of in
terest. Half block from Wanamaker's.
Five minutes" walk of Shopping District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rooms 51.00 per day and w
With privilege of Bath
$1.50 per day and up
Table d'Kote Breakfast 50o
WM.TAYLOR SOH, tno.
L. C. BARLOW, Mgrr.
Bell Phone 334.
Autft Phone 1334.
. Custom Assay Office
THE METALS BUYING AND REFINING CO.
210 San. Francisco St.
Burned Retorts, Etc.
Fops Gasoline Engines
Worthington Centrifugal Pumps
General Electric Motors
Let us quote you price on your complete Pumping Plant.
Write us for catalogues.
Denver Rock Drill & Machinery Co.
520 San Francisco St., El Paso, Texas. Bell Phone 2777
IF THE GIFT IS
Safety and satisfaction in diamond buying is largely
a matter of discretion in choosing the house in which
you can place explicit confidence. For it is only the
man who has made a long and careful study of dia
monds who is qualified to determine their value; and
the buyers must rely on his integrity.
The recognized reliability of the W. T. Hixson Co
is of utmost importance to every prospective diamond
Our diamond display for the Christmas selection is
unusually large and comprises
QrtJfrVo nirrmnnrJ Rtn&s: Diamond Rar Pins
j Fancy Diamond Rings
All Diamond Cluster
Diamond and Precious
Stone Scarf Pins
W. T. HIXSON CO.
Roberts-Banner Bldg. ' Corner Mills & Mesa
-THE GIFT HOUSE
He also recommends that the number
of pension agencies in f the United
States be decreased or abolished, with
a view to economy in administration.
National Parks and Reservation.
Congress is to be commended- for set
ting apart vast areas for national
parks, over 4 million acres being now
embraced in national reserves of this
class. Of the national parks that have
been created by congressional action,
the following are entitled to rank as
worthy of being called national institu
tions: The Yellowstone, the Yosemite, the
seqUoia and General Grant, Mount Rai-
I hp, mafj6 jn each of the national parks,
J after tne development of all-'necessary I
plans for roadand other construction
IF IT'S A MAN
and it's his Christmas
present that is worry
ing you---we' 11 help
you settle the trouble.
No charge for expert
Bob. Moore & Co.
Opposite the P. O.
We sell "Chesterfield" Suits
and Overcoats. Xo better
known. If so we -would lnre
City Xntional Bank
3Iine fc Smelter Supply Co.
Critehett & Fercuson
El Paso, Texas.
Gold and Silver Bullion
Dentist Scraps and Sweeps
Xusrcrets and Gold Dust
Diamond Jeweled Watches
for the convenience of travel and tour
ists, I would suggest the crea
tion of a bureau of national
parks and resorts, under the supervis
ion of a competent commissioner, with J
a suuitable force of superintendents, su- j
pervislng engineers and landscape ar
chitects, inspectors, park guards and
"See America First."
In view of the facility of reaching
our national parks from the Atlantic
and middle west states, through im
proved rail connections, and the con
venience of travel by tourists through
them, which is being rapidly improved,
the comment is a natural one, "Why do
so many of our American people spend
their time and money touring abroad
without knowing their own country?"
I The scenery and natural wonders found
in other countries' frequented by our
people are insignificant compared with
that of an? of our great national parks
and the mountain ranges in which they
Ifc'.hasj-been broadly -estimated -that
over fl0dt900,000 has ben pent in some
years abroad by American tourists.
. " k Is
A Victor Talking Machine .$10.00 to $250.00
An Edison Phonograph $12.50-to $250.00
An Eastman Kodak l,0OVo $125.00
A. G. SPALDING & ROS.'7
JERSEYS, SWEATERS, FOOT JBALLS, STRIKING BAGS, ROLLER
SKATES, BASKET BALLS, BOXING GLOVES, BASE BALL GOODS,
AND TENNIS OUTFITS.
All Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Price Lists and Catalogs on
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
103 El Paso St. El Paso, Texas
First National Bank
Capital .- $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits.. 225,000
Deposits : ..3,500,000
We cordially invite aew business connections.
Our new savings department pay3 4 percent oh deposits.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C R. XOREHEAD, Preddent.
L. J. GILCES3ST, Asat. Cub.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S31.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacts in All Its Braachea.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONIY.
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWK ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers C H. LeaveH H. J. Simmon
. A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams E. M Andreas J. H. Mav
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
I vfa r
Cannot help but
see the advantage
of trading with us
when, they are able
to buy shoes at
prices that save
from. 50 cents to
$2.00 a pair; the
prices quoted are
on new seasonable
It Means a Big Saving on
Your Shoe Bill.
Ladies' $5.00 shoes in velvets, suedes,
cravenettes and patent leather, lace
or button, $Q QE
Ladies ?4.00 shoe3, patent colt, vici
kid or gun metal, lace or button;
cloth or kid top, 0 0
Ladies' $2.50 and. $3.00 shoes, all
styles and all leathers; d 1 QC
Ladies' $6.00 and' $7.00 shoes in
patents, vici and. gun metal, in all
See the new styles, high toe, high heel
shoes for men in 'button, or lace, all
leathers; $6.00 and t f DC
$7.00 grade, at pHc00
Men's $5.00 values in patent colt,
vici kid and gun metal, 10 AJ!L
Men's $3.50 values in gun metal,
vici and box calf, 0 A.
Men's $2.50 and $3.00 work shoes,
box calf and elk J .Off
skin-, at .::... tplJTO
A full line 7of Misses' and Boys
School Shoes, from ...$1.C0 to $3.00
Infants' 25c moccasins, assorted col
ors, sizes 1 to 4, at 10c
Ladies' Felt Fur Trrnrmed. House
Slippers, .from 95c to $1 .75
El Paso Shoe Co.
' 208 TEXAS STREET
El Paso Brick Co.
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION
TILE; ALL SIZES
Dry Press, Stock, Wire Cut, Mottled and
Try Herald Want Ads.
GEO. D. FLOHY, CMhi.
Bank &Trust Co.
"V. E. Arnold, Casnier.
P M. Murchison, Asst.
H. E. Christie, Secy.