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EX, PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Pee. 14, 1910.
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Randolph, and Myers ?ree.
Bixler Will Be Sent to
"With the release of Charles Randolph
and Clarence Meyers from the county
jail, and the expected release of George
Bixler, the hopes of the city detective
department to convict them of burglar
izing the residence of A. H. Snyder, 900
Magoffin avenue, vanished. The resi
dence was burglarized three -weeks ago
and jewelry valued at $1400 taken.
Meyers and Bixler were arrested in
El Paso and Randolph was returned
from Dalhart, Texas. The confessions
said to have been made by Meyers ana
Bixler were responsible for the arrest
of Randolph. Blxler's father lives in
Douglas, Ariz., and the boy will be re
leased as soon as transportation to his
home is received. Randolph, it is said,
will return to his home in Ohio.
The evidence collected by the de
tective department was not judged suf
ficient by district attorney Howe to
warrant a conviction.
SCHOOL BOARD IS
IXDIAXS TO DEMAND
RESTORATION OP LANDS.
Douglas, Ariz., Dec. 14. Jose Jim-
inez. chief of the Pima indians ol
Puebla Onavas, on the Taqul river,
will le"ave here to present an ultima
tum to Gen. Lorenzo, military com
mander of Sonora. now at Torin, ac
cording to a statement made here by
He says a demand will be made for
the restitution for Indian lands, seven
leagues square, .which Jimlnez alleges
have been taken by commissionara Na
varro In the district of banuaripa ana
given to others, alTHough it is claimed
the indians hold titles dating back to
the Spanish occupation. -
Since 1876 this tribe have been used
by the government against the TaguS's
and a a result the original number of
6000 has been reduced to 500, although
all are said to be armed.
Mayor Declines to Increase
Appropriation for Senool
'The appropriation by the city for the
city schools will remain at '$135,000,
notwithstanding the protests of the
scho-ioard members who ask for an
increase," said mayor Kelly Wednesday
The announcement followed a con
ference with school board, members,
which was arranged as a result of the
school board meeting Monday night,
rwhen it was determined that the appro
priation by the cHy and the receipt of
$46,000 state taxes would not be suffi
cient to support the schools. The school
board's estimate of the cost of main
tenance for 1910-1911 is $212,000.
Members of the school board met with
the city council late Tuesday afternoon
to discuss the proposition, and it was
decided by allrthat the appropriation is
large enough. To give the schools an- ap
propriation of $135,000, several other
city funds were decreased, the mayor
Honest Statement of
Well Known Citizen
WATER PLANT WILL
NOT BE REBUILT
IN 3Ir TITLE CASE
Appeal Taken by Plaintiff,
Who Piles Suit in An- .
Judgment for the defendants on an
Instructed verdict by judge "Walthall
was returned by a jury in the 41s I
district court Wednesday morning m
the suit to try title action of Josephine
from the police court. Muniz was ar
rested late Tuesday by officers Cooper
and Perez in the south part of the city.
JURY SECURED IX SUIT
FOR BALDWIN MILLIONS e7er 'f13
Los Angeles Cal. Dec. 14 -The Jury I taken
lias 'been completed -that will decide the J .
City Gouncil Will Merely
Order Eeconstruction of
"Renairins and rebuilding the mesa
water pumping station building may be
the order of the city council, rather than
the construction of a new building,1'
mayor Kelly said "Wednesday morning,
following a trip of inspection with mem
bers of the council to the cit3r,s newly
It is thought that by removing all
wood used in the construction of the
pumping station buildinsr. and laying a
concrete floor, the insurance key rate
may be reduced. Mayor Kelly, how-
has stated that any necessary
secure a reduction in insurance
Sometime ago I was troubled with
my kidneys. I thought for sometime I
was suffering with diabetes. I had se
vere pa'ins in my back and hips. A
friend recommended l)r. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root and I decided to give it a
trial. I purchased a bottle from a
druggist and after taking a few doses,
felt relieved. After taking several bot
tles the pain was entirely gone and I
have not suffered tfte slightest since.
I cannot be too enthusiastic in my
praise of this wonderful imedicine and it
gives me great .pleasure to give my tes
timonial in regard to its merits.
Yours very truly,
J. B. ROUNDTREE,
E. C. MULLIGAN, JR.,
T. Co.. Ga,
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Blnghnmton, N. Y.
TORRES AGAIN "IN JAIL
FATHER FAILS TO ARRIVE.
Antonio, Torres, jr., the young Mexi
can fined $25 in police court on a
charge of assault, has again been re- i six
manded to jail, his father, CoL Antonio
Torres, of the "Mexican regular army,
having so far failed to arrive to take
charge of the boy. Young Torres, upon
it being learned that he was well con
nected in Mexico, was taken off the
rights of Miss Anna Baldwin Turnbull,
the lTyearoTcT daughter of Mrs. Lil
lian Ashley Turnbull, in the suit in
stituted to obtain two-ninths of the
11,000,000 estate of the late horseman,
E. J. Baldwin. The taking of evidence
will commence this afternoon and it is
believed the mother will be the first
TUCSON MAN PROMOTED
BY S. J INTERESTS.
Tucson, Ariz., Dec. 14. Ralph S.
Stubbs, general freight and1 passenger
agent of the Arizona Eastern, assistant
general freight and passenger agent of
the Southern Pacific, has been appoint
ed general eastern agent of the Harri
man lines with offices in New York, in
place of I. J. Spence, resigned. Stubbs
is now in New York. .
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, tell
ing all a,bout the kidneys and bladder.
"When writing, be sure and mention The,
El Paso Daily Herald. Regular fifty
cent and one dollar size bottles for sale
at all drug stores.
BIG DIFFERENCE IN
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MEN ARE DROWNED
WHEN LAUNCTt TURNS TURTLE
Seattle, Wash., Dec.. 14. A special Joe Dmine has put down a 70 foot
from Marysville says that six men were j Qll on nlj. property near Washington
drowned in tiie Snohomish river when j -,pk nn(1 rnas openrpfl nnrrinr mmi.
Crosby -vs. T. W. Ardoln and brother., rock pne and placed under a special
The verdict awards title to a 2300acre guara. -with whom he occupied rooms
tract of land near Fort Hancock to the at a local' hotel. It is probable that
a closed cabin launch turned turtle.
There were 17 persons aboard. Allut
six were able to break windows and
climb to the upturned keel or reach
I NEW RESIDENCE BUILDING
ON RIO GRANDE STREET
The plaintirt Will appeal irom tne trouble In Mexico
judgment and in addition has Instituted ,
suit in the' 34th district court to try j oyE fixed FOR ASSAULT
titfe for the same -land, naming T. w . j OTHER HAS ssoKEX
Ardoln, Eli ArdoLn and Louis wurz-.
bock as defendants. The land is de
scribed as being the W. C. Stanley sur
vey. No. 50. J
The" suit was called for hearing in ,
the 41st district court on November
30. and the record is one of the most
voluminous ever compiled in the 41st
district court. j has exIsted Detween the men for some j M. C. Fisher for ?325 Wednesday morn
time, it is said. The difficulty-occurred ing.
Tuesday morning. JSeigermaster was
the father is detained on account of the
The Great Texas Realty company has
NOSE. I commenced the construction of a $5000
Louis Heigermaster, charged with i 10 room brick residence on West Rio
assault on Juan Cano, pleaded guilty . Grande street just west of North El
in justice McClintock's court lato Paso street.
Tuesday afternoon and was fined 5 ; ZZ
and costs, amounting to ?19. Both men EAST EL PASO IS TO HAVE
are 'blacksmiths at the El Paso Foundry I ANOTHER RESIDENCE
arid Machine works. Cano appeared in j The East El Paso Town company sold
court with a broken nose. Bad blood I two lots in block 135 East El Paso to
ity of water therefrom.
build a residence on
APODAOA IS INDICTED - '
... , , V... .... ! first charged vwith assault to murder.
xmuCUuu. ? wr but the charge was reduced- HOWARD BECOMES BANKRUPT.
Apoa with murdert Frank Williams Wheeling. W. Va Dec. 14. John A.
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A -Day With
out of the death of -C. C. Carpio, for
mer constable at -Socorro, who died as
a- result of a revolver wound received
in a scuffle with Apodaca. A bullet
from Carpio's revolver was responsible
for his death.
PADILLO CHARGED WITH
BURGLARY OF A3DIUMTION
Oh a charge of burglary, Lazarro- Pa
dillo, arrested Tuesday by the police,
has been transferred to the county Jail
and a complaint filed against him in
justice McClintock's -court. Padillo is
alleged to have taken empty brass
shells from, the ammunition house of
the El Paso Rifle club.
of 10 bales of alfalfa, have been
in justice Stacy's court. The ,
Great Texas Oil company is the alleged j
loser by the deal. The two men are j
under arrest. j
to fight the Bell interests, has filed a
voluntary petition in bankruptcy.
SUIT ON NOTE CALLED.
! The case of T. 'B. Dockery against
I Richard Keays, suit on a note for $1000
and Interest, has been called for trial
in the 41st district court.
TO BE TRIED IN COUNTY COURT.
Juan Muniz charged with carrying a
dirk, will be given a hearing in county
court, "his case having been transferred
DECLINES STATE JOB.
Austin, Texas, Dec. 14. It is au
thenticallj' reported that governor
elect Colquitt received a letter from
Murrell L. Buckner, of Dallas, in which
he declined appointment as state fish
and game commissioner. v
G4f t umbrellas, handsome ones,, buy
them at auction. Snyder Jewelry Co.
Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 14. The First
Baptist chufcK oC JDexter, Chaves
county, has "filed incorporation papers.
The incorporators and trustees are: W.
D. Nichols. Frank Frost. F. E. Hogan,
M. L. Kuy"kcndall and W. J. Caffall.
farnswort'h SCORES 100.
Aaron H. Farnsworth, a railway mail
clerk of the El Paso-Los Angeles
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vision maae xuu jjeiueiji. in a. test u.
the Northern California route. He
threw S95 cards in 40 minutes at the
office of clrief clerk David McKnight
-By FBAtf CES L. OAH3IDE.
the morning she helped her father
by writing a 'business letter." He
wanted a market Quotation on lum
ber -an she said she would write for
it This was her letter:
"Dear Mr. Smith: 1 have never met
you. and you will think It unmaldenly
in me to write without first being in
troduced, but since 1 have become a
business woman I take many privi
leges I didn't presume 'to take in my
"I suppose your wife is busy getting
ready for Christmas I think the holi
days ar charming: the stores have so
many pretty things for sale, and It
takes business ability like mine to
get seventeen presents with a five dol
' "Father said I was to ask you some
thing abouti lumber: I have forgotten
just what, 'but you will understand.
j Please accept my wishes forsi Merry
Christmas. Write soon to your sincere
the constant discussion of pertinent
problems of government, making un
necessary any appeal to party regular
ity or any fetish worship of a party
It may require one or two more gen
eral elections to settle the pending con
stitutional controversy in GreatBritain,
but one is not afraid to hazard the pre
diction that it will all be settled and
forgotten long before the three-fourths :
of the states of the American union
have got any action on their deman.l
for a revision of the constitution to
permit the direct election of United
States senators. . They do some things
better in the Old Country.
Tomorro-w Passenger Steamboat
Gift umbrellas, handsome ones, buy
them at auction. Snyder Jewelry Co.
For El Paso and vicinity:
and Thursday, generally
For New Mexico: Tonight and
Thursday fair; not much change in
For West Texas: Tonight and Thurs
day, generally cloudy weather.
Local Office U. S. Weather Bureau.
El Paso, Tex., Dec. 14. 1910.
El Paso Readings.
Barometer (sea. level).2. .30.32
Dry thermometer . ... 38
Wet thermomeTer 37
Dew point 36
Relative! humidity 91
Direction of wind S--E.
Velocity of wind 14
State of weather S'p'g.
Rainfall last 24 hours T.
High, temp., last 24 hours. 49
Low. temp, last 12 hours. 3S
JOHN S. BRAY.
Johri S; Bray, son of Mr. and Mrs. j
E.- -M. Bray, died at Essex Falls. New
Jersey, on the 14th inst. The funeral
announcement will be made later
Beautiful mesh bags-buy them at
auction. Snyder Jewelry Co.
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Listen! Buy Yourself a Christmas Present
There is no reason why yon should not give your friends a warm J
welcome when Stoves arenas cheap as the prices we are now
making. "Whether it?s a Bange; Cook Stove or Heater we have
it in guaranteed quality. Just take a look.
eight people comfortabty, nicely
finished in American quartered
oak; extra special
Go3den Oak Dining
seat, T-bplt, very
strong, extra special
Six hole range with duplex grate, high
closet, full nickel trimmed, 'large oven, as
bestos lined; a guaranteed baker and fuel
saver; $35.00 value; &0f '72
special on sale PS"e O
Why Not Make a Pres
ent of a Good Exten
' ""o I rViJil (Vint Sfnvp l.iti nvon iittit -Fl-of
i witi square bolted legs, will seat j pQUch deep "Mll a pprfect
stove in a $10.00 value; (St? 'TSI
special on sale P e O
Brass eds, a regular $22.50 value,
tomorrow d c wg
only 9t JL mt i nJ
special on sale
Trilby Heaters, made for coal, shaking
grate, ash pan, nickel foot rest, nickel
plated vace; a real parlor (1?E! C
heater for only pO O
$25.00 China loset in golden
glass ends, extra large size;
special, 3 days
Ladies' Desks i
$30.00 down zo
The Children's Collapsible Doll
Go-Carts are going fast, .but we
still have'a good assortment and
finishes and styles, with Hood
Doll Cart, with Hood tf O J E
and rubber tires V5
Buy good furniture and please the whole family with your gifts.
Come and see us. We can please you.
T. H. ROGERS & COMPANY
108, 110, 112 North Stanton Street
In the afternoon she played a game
of bridge with three women, and in the
two hours devoted to this pastime
. Daysey Mayme heard cf nineteen of
tn? Gnet surgeons In .New York, and
Void of seven In the West who could
carve beautifully Daysey Mayme aeld
up her end of the conversation bravely,
and delayed, playing thirty minutes,
while she related how a doctor once
told her that her symptoms baflle'd
medical science, and to have a doctor
say that Is going' some. .
Every rime hearts were trumps. I:
reminded one woman or the trouble
she had with her heart, which remind
ed the other players that iivers and
lungs are sometimes as troublesome.
When the game was ended, the, hostess
served cake and tea.
"Vhen I entertain chose women."
said Daysey Mayme. "1 am going to
carry the conversation scheme into the
refreshments by serving giblets."
In the evening she entertained call
ers by showing them kodak pictures,
the. family photograph album having
"This." she said, picking up a pic
ture thac looked like a storm at sea.
"is me riding our old horse to pasture.
Every one says it is good of me. No.
that Is not an aeroplane; it's mother
feeding the chickens. This." picking
up a picture that looked as if it might
be a wash on the line, "is father gath
She closed the exhibit by showing a
blur that might have boen an Italian
sunset, but that was really Daysey
.Mayme swinging In a hammock. -'It is
Just fine,," she said, "to take a kodak
along on a Summer outing; it enables
one to live on the dear days when
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are natural flavors, obtained b;
a new process, which gives tht
most delicate and grateful taste.
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fifl We prepay all express and W
UiMmiMt: mail on orders amountinsr to S5. tS
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Dr. Price's Favorings can be "" 50KE5I
The Herald has provided a vis
itors' gallery especially for the
pleasure and interest of its
patrons. Oome jn any time
between 12:30 p. ntr and 4:30
p. m. and see the best equipped
newspaper plant in the south
west. The Big Press Runs
S and 4:30
No Press Room Secrets
Anout Herald Circulation.
Havana, Cuba, Dec. 14. Tiso ques-
tlA 14.J. If.J - - III
being JUSt as represented, per- attempfto continue in command of the
urmy or accept irom presiaent uouez
a commission to go to Europe to study
military tactfes, continues a' subjer.t? of
President Gomez is reported to havs
fection in every possible respect.
One trial proves their excellence.
was fully convinced th
movement was on foot against the ad
ministration and for this reason he re
moved "a majority of the troops from
Camp Columbia and decided to ssHd
Will PUt UD at auction anr ar.
tide you select. Snyder Jewelry Co.
See our windows
One look will convince you that our
store is headquarters for Xmas Gifts.
Hundreds of useful articles to select from
with prices to suit any pocketbook.
206 San Antonio St. Phone 486
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