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Monday, April 29, 1912
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EL PASO HERALD
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Tonight Courier of Lyons. This is another feature in three reels, and
is pronounced one of the most pleasing and sensational pictures, besides
being one of the most evpensne. It is intensely interesting, andnill be
shown Monday and Tuesday nights only, together with Miss Dorothy Ray
mond in pleasing ballads, for 10c. The best place lor the bf st people to see
the best, well ventilated, regularly fumigated, the coy real theatre,
Crawford, exclusive service, Pictures l)e Luxe, continuous from 0.30.
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ISS teYRTLE VA
Who arrived this A. Mpfrom San Francisco with her company of IS
people for indefinite engagement at the Airdome.
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0VERJHE RING MnM'
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I3 j. f T ! B. A Wilson. H. M. Reed. J B Dona- ' 1 111 IIMiHITrTTrTTfflBr f
The bill proridincr for the eodif vine i hue v. n stilp jm M Wiatt s j u3tHKBKf
1 EAiaA.kn I Tk TT tAA- It' Yl'..l.l. 1 ' wvHIBBBRHKIHBIv Sf it
coTmlttee us. eventual passage seems
Other Bills Betas Considered.
The bill providing for the state
hoard of equal trjition has also been
1 onsidered In the senate and Ik nrnr In
line for passage. The tax commission
bill is in the same position. It is pro
posed eventuallv to kill one of these
measures, as they interlock to such an
extent that both are not needed. But.
in the meantime, they are held In re
serve and there will be an attempt to
pass the one considered most avail
able, The bill providing for the eodifvine
of the corporation laws of the state
L PASO THEATRE TUESDAY, APRIL 30th
JUDGE BEN B. LINDSEY
Mr. Lindsey, who is judge of the Denver Juvenile Court, is the fore
most reformer in the country and one of the most prominent men now in
American political life.
He ie the bad boy's friend, and has done more for future American
citizenship than any other singleperspB .
IrrteVesting'SrisfructiYe Inspiring '
Fifth and Final dumber Redpath Lyceum Course. Admission 50c; Re-
served Seats 35c extra. Seats now sdlinr at International Book Store.
IB IMEII TE CONSTITUTION IF
ffiH, LffiimS' EFFORTS
Continued from page D
B. "Wood, of this county. Through some from I C Htll. engineer for the re
sort of error the constitution greatly clamation service, was presented to
iit tv.o taxinsr nower of the state i the house, in which Mr. Hill M there
and. unless amended, the proposed tax are numerous diversion sites on the
sj stem, on which committees have j Colorado river which. In the Judgment
serve. The men appointed were: D D.
Marshall. J. F. Kilburn. Benito Solis.
B. A Wilson. R. M. Reed. J B Dona
hue, A', n. Stiles. Jbun M. Watt. S. J.
- ,-w. ...... ......7 vm. uu .,nfcw i j icuucjllliai, U. . WIUCI, .J. t . "CUU
iw iwi jri oeen reporiea iro mine j. m. Uonzales, Seth Orndorff. H. B. EI
printing committee. It is expected to llott, Eujrenio Perea. J. S. Dougiiertv,
been at work a long time, will be in
effective. The. Wood bill provides for
the submlsalorf of an amendment at
the next general election In order that
the bill prepared by the committee
may be effective.
The Davis bill, proposing a division
of Coconino and fne erection of a new
subdivlsipn to be known as Hunt coun
iv was called up by Davis, the au
thor today. Final action, however, went
over to a later date.
-Wersley Bill Will Pass.
The Worsley bill, providing that the
state and municipalities, be authorized
to engage In industrial pursuits now
seems to have a clear road. The house
measure of a similar nature has been
postponed indefinitely, and the senate
bill recommended by the committee of
the whole for passage. This gives the
sailing iniwiKn me
of the engineer, can be utilized under
me provisions ,of this bill should It
become a law.
Bills Passed, by House.
The following late bills have passed
the house, all going through without
Bill providing that towns may Issue
bonds to the amount of nine percent
of their assessed valuation, when the
proceeds are to be used for public util
Bill providing for the education at
state expense of the deaf, dumb and
Bill regulating liens.
Bill requiring assessors to furnish
lists of taxable property when re
Bill prescribing the duties of recelv-
Followincr the nassasre nf th.. wm-
tbi? ,Bouse went Into committee of the
legislature and there is no doubt it
, ... ..s.n.A K.. rAVArnor Hunt- The
nrovlslons of this measure are broader, whole and spent the remainder of the
ft is said, than tho adopted 1. . anj day yentey in considering the Ja-
other state, it nas oeen ii"n " -o .,..
that the term "Industrial pursuits Is Far Coraralssloaers Appointed
rather comprehensive n .T'" J?' Governor Hunt has appointed ,,
state an almost unlimited field in man- Campbell, of Flagstaff- J J Kwnn
ufacture. m ning and tn.pertaUon. G,ob and g Henderson, of
But after all this bill is strictly bee. members or the ., ..... r1?
. . .. . j iH i vc, zuciuoers ot ine ner
i .ih the aenttment .aispiayeu u i., -- T" -"' 4r
i.. ... ---..-- . ., .., -'.., vfi. iu auifuinimMta
...tifinn. pnnvriuiuii clm i i . . .. -- -
the les-lBiaiure. xi .-.j , tir- .. , i.. . .;- --ofc
wuich has been
not yet been confirmed.
1. a .. . 7 -" CtBCni.
ic B...-. -- - - - -.. i "tic ii is pertinent to tnentt i.
never was a w"" 'V,"' 5H ,i- tnere a pretty little political rtrT'
l.hlch. m5"y .?rSndTh. enlarge: "- over, the appointment of ttS
"" " t .A.,nKtAn nri : ; -w... j. u aKyviuuiieniH houa
tne constitutional """""' .""" been received by the senate. W kl'I
nrhfch has been snown in djiu .; not v. . ,, ". "T '.c-
giving of state aid en are- , sec the commissron ' the n!
I ABIiTinn j-r wr A.L. .a i 1 a
it-rviwji vi wiuuu uaiea D3Lir tt -. i-
election It is said that at that elec
tion John P. Orme, president of the
Water Users' association, member of
the constitutional convention, and for
S-ears one of the leading Temocrats of
s-Ssfsss. ss as sas
. r ho -ivi- authority were
duced. As an example, it may be men
tioned that another bill P"dlng to.
the drilling of artesia n we Us at the
state expense was put into, the house
HIBCKIISUKS .....-. --
, nniuiMl for Dassage
house. In the treatment of this mes
1,7-e the house atraineo a !"' ".."" J
ne doru its own blacklisting bill and
acfeptC the senate bill instead.
House Passes DreanaB BUI.
The Drenran land bill, providing for
the amplication of the Carey act to irrl-
eblePffions of the public lands, was
passed by '-'ITi with
bill a statement
i-nte of 22 lO S.
the passage of this
Clear and Clean
"There's a Reason"
Get 'The Road to Wellville' in
that when he came to vote he n, i -
kii !.. . ---
"f1" "" wuiuu. were maraea the names
of almost as many Republicans as
Democrats. At the late ele.Hr. ,
be be printed and go to its second
reading by April 2.
The bill for the repeal of the bullion
tax law has been recommended for
passage by the senate.
Fighting IiIqHor Measure.
The people of Wlnslow are up In
arms against the anti-saloon league
bill which proposes straight county op
tion on the granting of liquor licenses.
Two remonstrances against the pass
age of the bill have been received by
the legislature, one signed by the
mayor and members of the city council;
the other by about 100 citieins. It is
a known fact that should the bill be
come a law. quite a number of towns
which now have saloons would be vot
ed dry. That Is probably true of Phoe
nix, Cor Instance, as in the rural dis
tricts there is & heavy preponderance
of dry votes.
The bill prohibiting the use of loco
motives which permit steam to e.cape
in such quantities as to interfere with
the vision of the engineer and fire
man has passed, the senate. Also, the
bill fixing a penalty for the circulation
of false and injurious rumors regard
ing tne standing or a business firm,
individual, or corporation also passed.
The bill for the repeal of the poll tax
statute went to committee for consid
eration. County Division.
Strong opposition has also developed
to the proposition to carve new sub
divisions out of two of the counties
and to change the boundary lipes of
another. Maricopa and coconino coun
ties are those marked for the carving
process; and by the proposed change in
boundary lines Gila would be the one
to suffer. It has been pointed out that
the carrying through of these plains
would entail considerable expense: and
in- addition there is such strong ooto-
ksttlon in the counties which would be
I adversely affected that there is little
cnance a single one or tne bills will
Clark's Little Political Trick.
A rather neat little political argu
ment with a clever bid for support Is
contained In a letter just received from
speaker Champ Clark by Sam Bradner.
speaker of the house. The letter was
written in response to an invitation
tat Mr. Clark come to Phoenix and
address the legislature. The diatln
gu'&hed Misourian admits he would
ratiitr accent this invitation than do
almost anything he knows of; for, he
says, he worked bard for 20 years to
promote Arizona to statehood, and
when that feat was finally accom
plished, he says, no one outside Arizona
was more happy than himself. But.
the letter continues. Mr. Clark feels it
incumbent upon himself to remain at
his post of duty, though he admits a
speech making tour through the west
would promote bis presidential chances.
"But you know," he concludes, "I have
tc stay here and set a good example to
the other members of congress. Ab
senteeism Is the curse of the national
lawmaking body, and If I do not remain
at work I can hardly insist that the
othr members do so."
Th:- Clark people here feel very much
encou-aged at the present trend of af
fairs and believe they will at least di
vide the delegation with the Woodrow
VI ilson people.
W. J. Black, of Chicago, at the head
of the Santa Fe passenger transporta
tion department, in conversation with
The Herald representative, says he has
been over practically all the country
west of the Mississippi river recently
and that Clark has a strong lead in
this section. He thinks there Is no
chance that "Wilson will be the nom
inee. Taft to "VVln omlnntlon.
As i the Renublican situation. Mr.
Black said his observation leads him
to ;x?liee that Taft will win the nom- .
ination. "At least." said Mr. Black,
"there is no chance that Roosevelt wil' '
win Wiiatever else ma nappen, .in
I R. Milllcan. Jim Capron. Joe Spiev
These, with W. C Bulger. Faustino Ar- I
mendariz. Isidro Gonzales. E. J. Had- '
lock. Gaspar. (liron and Chas. Brown '
were declared the executive committee
by the majority of the men who had
been authorized to serve according to
the ruling of the county chairman.
This committee then authorized the
appointment of the following judges
Vaj A'-tlm- ii.chf'i and his family,
all oi wt.om nor yaed from the Ti
tanic Mai. PeiKhem u an officer of
the queen's riTles, of Toronto. Canada,
and owes his life to the fait that he
was given a place in one of the life
boats full of women and hildrenbe
cause he was an expert oarsman. He
bears a signed statement from second
orncer Jjghbc-oj, of the Titanic, sua
selected by W. B. Ware for the precinct i?iM,nf thjs fac,1 a.n'Ladd,i V. ?i.
presidential primaries to be held on ment sto the, maJor " he'"- T,h? ""
May 4 W R. Britt. nrecinet l Jack I ,,e piece of torn "Per on which the
?nryreVt f V n "ilSii?'. w -- statement waj, wr.tten while is the life-
Forrest 2; R. R. Padilla, 3; W. H. Aus-
Liit. -, .. j. wg;;iii, ?. j. j. uooue, w,
J R. Strickland. T; F. L. Pitman. S; C
TV. Croom. 9; Bates McFarland, 10; J.
T. Lindsey. 11; C. W. Marshall. 12; B.
Tom Smith. 13; R U Xichpls. 14; L. E.
UlUett. IS; George Buchanan, IS; Gua
dalupe Holguin, 17; J. G. X. Garcia. Jr.,
18. W. R. Henderson. 19; Juan Jose
Parra, 20: M. W. Lc-wry. 21: B- E. Dun
can. 22; E. H. Bounds. 23; F. P. Dickin
son. 24; H. F. Catlin, 26.
The Ring Committee.
Then this executive committee ad
journed and "the ring" meeting opened,
with Ballard Coldwell occunvinsr the
chair and Joe Dunne doing the scrib
Maury Kemp suggested that the
names of the committee be called and
upon his motion those absent had their
places declared vacant and Lew Gil
bert, Francisco Sierra. E. B. Jones, Al
bert Celum and Francis Collins were
named to fill the vacancies, the last
named filling the place left vacant by
the resignation of Chas. Montford. The
committee was then declared to be
composed of W. C. Bulger. Lew Gilbert
A. G. Duchene, Joe Dunne, Francis Col- I
11ns, Chas. Le Baron. Hy Welsch. J. M. !
wyaii, Bajiard coldwell. Robert L. Hol
llday. E. J. Hadlock. W. W. Davis,
Francisco Sierra. Gaspar Glron, Sam
Celum. M. H. Webb, E. M. Montes, Chas.
Brown, E. B. Jones, James Conner.
Ring Judges Xnmcil.
Following this, the judges named
were: Pat Powers, precinct 1; G. S.
Brooks, 2; Tim Lyons. 3; Canuto Cam
pa, 4; Lamar Davis. 5: Lew Want. ;
Joe Dunne, 7; J. T. Glllett. S; Henri
Letord, 9; Crawford Harvte, 10; D C
Booth. 11; J. E. Dutcher 12; Robert
L. Holllday. 13; R. L. Nichols. 14- E. J
Hadlock, IS; W. W. Davis. 16! Francis
co Sierra, 17; Francisco Garcia. 18- Pat
Dolan. 19: J. M. Escajeda. 20; SM do.
daca, 21a W. W. Nichols. 22; li R. Mil
llcan. 23; E. B. Jones, 24; R. Glenn. 25
The peremptory writ of mandamus
Issued in the 4th district conrt by
judge A. M. Walthall was Issued on W
B. Ware. Faustino Armendariz, Gaspar
Giron end Chas. Brown, commanding
boat, is called by the major his "cer
tificate or lire.
them to recognise as members of the
committee all of those elected at the
primary election in 1910 who are still
qualified to vote, and naming them as
R. L, Holliday Ballard Coldwell. W. W.
Davis, Henry Welsch. Joe Dunne. A. G.
Duchene, E. M. Montes. W. D. Krebaum,
Chas. Le Baron and James Conner.
The meeting adjourned until Monday
afternoon at two oclock, when "the
ring" will hold another session In the
county court room.
Ware Te Disregard Writ.
W. B. Ware said Monday afternoon in
regard te the mandamus: "I will not
answer the writ because I think it Is
absolutely void, and I think it must
have been issued by the court hastily
Mr. Ware says he will proceed t
hold the precinct primaries Saturday.
RAILROAD TO BUILD
A BIG STORM SEWER
Work will start in a few dars on the
construction of the new storm sewer
running west from Oregon street past
the union station. It is to be built by
the G. H. Railroad company at a cost
of about $12,000.
Material Jias been secured and the
railroad officiate are now securing la
borers to do the work, which they expect
io suiri. wiuun ine next weK or IV
Upon completion of the sewer this
railroad and the El Paso ft Southwest
ern road will pave the intersection of
Main and Franklin streets where the
county road crosses into San Francisco
This pavement. SO feet wide and 206
feet long, will be paved with Bitulhhic
Buy a K-R-r-T make a hit.
Automobiles, Valley Implement Co.
The Men Who Held Up the News
M... ., . .. -... m ,
u On1..r,OB5 uHS5!;1 Wt will be strong enough to stop
- .. rr l -' - - wa. : mw
nnA f IIia AAna,H .. i-i '
... Vm. .m rctaaivia irvrjll LniS COUntV
and as everything that looks like an
election In Arizona is of a political
nature. Wood proceeded to use against
him In mv tudcrment. it will eitherTi. '
Mr. Taft or a compromise candidate. I
prohabl. in that event, justice Charles I
E. Hughes, of New York " ,
In Arizona the Taft people ha e
tne statement that he h -v "- -;- - . - ... - -
scratched his ticket at ih. rC.v. ' """ie conslderaDie gams '"-:"", i
rf1,0"1 5.' "cet at tne December. ... ha.. w for the first time
election. urme. However, rallied his
forces and was elected by a heavy ma
jority. Meanwhile. Wood had been
slated for the position of secretary to
the fair commission, a position that
carries a comfortable salary and does
not engender a great deal of work
Smarting under the accusation of po
litical infidelity, Orme has gone after
Wood's scalp and is opposing his ap
pointment as secretary to the com
mission. It Is a pretty fight and is not
aoing tee cause of Democracy any par
i ticulnr good in this county.
i Public Defender BUI May Pass.
The bill creating the office of pub-
lie defender, which office is the direct
antithesis to that of public prosecutor,
j is having a stormy time in the senate.
where it is oppos.-d by sorre of the
j most influential members. Its support.
however, was strong enough to make
! possible the rejection of 'most of the
1 large number of amendments that nave
been offered and vmle it is yet In
something of an organization in thi, i
fcime. xne greater v"1 "L "" morn
Is being done by R. A. Kirk, former!
assistant secretary of the territory.
uu is tne Anaona itvicwij ui me
national Taft campaign uureau.
WRECK CHARGED TO
Mexico City. Mex . April 29. The
wreck of the Mexico Cit -Guadalajara
train Fridav near Irapuato, was cred
ited to the striking American railway
men by newspaper reports in Guadala
jara. It is reported consul McGill has filed
a protest at this accusation with the
governor of the state Further investi
gation of the wreck seems to point to
Harold Bride 'left
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e-il JJHIUIU l'Ott.1?.. .ri-M, ,i, .
less operator on tne "unicen Titanic a,
Eterltt cars. Vallej Implement Co.
w.i sfconcl wire-
llrl UAQ I)aA.4 1,1 . K , - tr . ..f .. .. - ...
Jl eboats full of women and children that vere picked up ,., the CarpathVa.
His feet were so badlv frozen as a result of standing in several inches of
icy water shipped by the hfeboat. during i,-" ,..,. v..r nt drifting among
wm" ;a--U;SniCke,l"P-that '" T.I-U..., de!!aare he
Will TaA lintthlff to ASilC tor ct avaT .
77 ., . . W"KS- cottam i wireless operator on the
1 tunic s uUiress btgn&l had
rsiiAfi from thA K n-iki. ji..
altcr TM1 aoa ii An VAiiaA 1 "1C U
1 sell it for .i big price. u
This Great Sale of
La ce & Embroideries
Continues All Week
TO those who are looking for the most fashionable
Laces and Embroideries, to those who want
more reasonable sorts, and to those who want their
dollars to bring them most, we say "COME TO THIS
SALE.'' Here are Embroideries and Laces unrivaled
in beauty and price reasonableness, as well as tables of
most wonderful bargain prices. Come see the special
tabled bargain lots; all are replenished with fresh lines
for tomorrow and assortments are unequaled-
Lot A 20c Embroidery, Lot G75c Embroidery
10c yd. 39c yd.
This lot contains Swiss Embroidery
galloons, 1 to 3 inches wide, neat and
simple designs, a regular 20c
yard quaty, at, yard. .
Lot B-2Sc Embroidery,
'Swiss and Nainsook embroidery edg
ing and insertion and bands, in odd
and match patterns; 1 to 4 inches
wide. Tables to 25c, at, a i f
Lot C35c Embroidery,
13 inch Hamburg and Swiss flouncing
and corset cover embroidery in both
neat and showy designs. If bought
o.- -t ,
-. men swiss tiouncing and 18 m. h
aitover embroidery in a large variety
of pleasing patterns suitable fr
every purpose. Values in this lot
wp to 75c. Sale price, or
Lot H$l Embroidery,
Many of the seasons newest and best
novelties in a large variety of pat
tns m 45 inch flouncings; manv
eyelet designs in the assortment.
Begular $1.00 values. m .
Lot I $1.25 Embroidery,
An attractive showing of Swiss and
ia:aa n . a
in the reguUr way these embroideries r?"1 mVavIr embroidery in BaM
would cost vou 35c yard: rto J". ? English eyelet desiens.
would cost you 35c yard; ftQ
sale price iDC
Lot D$1.75 Embroider
ies, 95c yd.
Here's a collection of beautiful Swiss
and Batiste 27 inch flouncings and
13 inch allot embroidery in Filet
and Baby Irish designs decidedly at
tractive patterns, values to ai
$1.75 at, a yard ZfOC
vhwli it lkMnMLA r j.y.
.. w.1 ,a toe regular way
would cost you J1.25; this r?r
? -- v,. ,59c
Lot J 15c Linen Ciuny
and Torchon Lace,
This collection is of linen Clunv and
Torchon lace in charming crochet .le
wgn odd and match patterns. Kx
cellent 15c qualrty, offered 0 a
in ttis sale at, yard... 0?3C
Lot E 60c 12-yd. Bolts Lot K 50c Attover Lace,
Valenciennes Lace, 25c 25c yd.
Bothmw German Val lace edging and e assemble the most striking
insertion in odd and match designs; and ttractive lot of new Oriental
patterns that are rare and very pret- Har lace, m white, cream an.i
ecru. LJwice patterns that will please
the feminine eye, 60c yah, fj m
Sate price, yard ioC
Lot L 50c 12-yd. Bolts
French Val. Lace, 25c
Beautiful designs in 12 yard bolts of
French Val lace edging and insertions ;
odd and match patterns. These laces
have always sold at 50c bolt in a
regular way. Sale price, r. r-
boit .. 25c
ty. We always sell this lace at 5c a
yard. Sale price, bolts of 1 np
dozen yards for .-mOC
Lot FlOc Cotton and
Linen Cluny Lace, 5c yd.
A special assortment of 2 1-2 to 5
inch cotton and Hnen Chiny edging
and insertions, in white, cream and
ecru. Regular 10c quality. f
Sale price, a yard
Much Below Regular
A -N unusual opportune pur---
chase of the surplus
stock of high-grade muslin un
derwear from a well known
Eastern manufacturer, whose
high standard of workmanship
and materials place him as
one of the best manufacturers
in the country.
Materials are splendid quali
ties of muslin, cambric and
nainsook. The trimmings on
these garments are in especial
ly well selected patterns of
St Gall Embroideries, Val,
Cluny and Nottingham laces.
45c, 95c, $1.45. $1.95,
$2.45 and $2.95 ,
2nd Floor Anne
an explosion of the oil tank ,. to rescue ship Parpa-h.a anU declares that if ,h.
the carelessness or Ignorance on the I k in ,,.. ,. ,' ,r lhe
part of the Mexican emploves. J been 10 "nutes later no one would ba been
Get Your Share of the Prize
The $168 50 to be distributed next
Saturday May 4, through Th Herald's
rrateur Advertisirg Contest should
not be overlooked. Tou still have
ample time to re-write the advertise
ments If jou can't re-write them all
re-write as rr.anv a vou can as each
one accepted mean-, $2 50 Your copy
May l. i n neanesd
Medical Man-Jobsoa has done
meanest thing ever I hm T.
came to my house the other n,ht. "Z
a Dig dinner. ot lniMiretin
. . --. auu -wertr
to another ai. .r