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Ii PASO HERALD
Monday, October 7, 1912
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ROUGH MIXTURES In gray and browns, with mohair d0 rt
bands; storm proof and stylish tJPtP.VV
FOR $350 The ever popular "Smile" Hats, in smooth felts and Tnix-
4-vivna Yirifli row y IvMind rfwicrpa.
ROUGH ENGLISH HATS From
finish; in dark and light grays, greens-and browns; PO i
AUTO PARADE IS
FEATURE OF FADE
Crowds From Surrounding Couniry
Attend Midland'; Annual Falrj
Frlxes Awarded itoitos.
Mlndland, Texas. Oct. 7. Midland
was thronged with visitors to attend
the annual Midland county fair and
carnival. The fair this year -was far
larger and more elaborate than In any
previous year, and many new features
The fair was opened with a decor
ated parade of automobiles and vehi
cles; over SO cars were entered and
nearly as many vehicles, besides pony
tars drivn by children and boys on
ponies. The prize for the handsomest
decorated auto was won by Mrs. Geo
Elliott, the second prize going to Mrs.
W. W. Lynch; Mrs. J. M. Caldwell won
the prize for the handsomest vehicle
and Mrs. W. N. Pence took second
prize in this class.
The agricultural exhibit was the
main feature of the fair. The exhibits
of fruit forage "stuff, cotton, truck and
all kinds of farm products were excel
lent Henry Halff exhibited a yam
declared by Prof. J. W. Neill, of the
state agricultural department, and
Will Sargent, industrial agent of the
T P., to break the record for Texas,
the largest previous yam weighed 18
rounds, while the yam. at Midland
weighed 23 1-2 pounds.
The poultry show comprised about
50 pens and included all known varie
ties of chickens as well as ducks and
A snap -100 "A" grade doors at a
1 argain. Lander Lumber Co.
POLICE SAY BUT LITTLE ,
COCAINE SOLD IV EL PASO
With the possible exception of three
casts, there Is no unlawful selling of
cocaine by local drug store men, ac
cording to the police. It is stated that
the police are rigidly enforcing the
law governing the selling of that drug,
and where a violation is discovered it
is followed by an immediate arrest. So
phia Parada, who owns a place in the
lower part of town, was arrested by
the police some time ago on two
charges of unlawfully selling cocaine.
She was convicted in the corporation
court on the charges.
The police say that the unlawful sell
ing of cocaine is almost entirely re
stricted to those nersons who bring
the drug over from Juarez. In these
rases they state that it is very diffi
cult to ferret out the guilty persons.
Ardoin'a new confectionery open's
Tuesday, noon and evening. All invited.
IS GOING FROM SONORA TO
CHICAGO IN AN AUTOMOBILE
Fred C. Emery, a mining man from
Sonora, was here Saturday on his waj-
Chicago. He will make the trip over
i he Borderland route in his WJnton car.
1Tp left Saturday and will make the en
i're trip in his car.
When everything goes
wrong and the future looks
black, instead of moping
around go right to your
druggist and ask for
You will find this a short
cut to happiness, because
they "will remove the cause
of your trouble -which is
nothing more hn a slug
gish Hver. At your drug
gistsugar coated or plain.
Bell Phone 36,
Leon and 2nd Sts.
El Paso, Tex.
I Sorts h
T gB 4 a ? HhSI
I Held ' Bras !
I Wholesale and Retail $
If you don't want to go direct
from a Straw to a Stiff Hat, here
are Soft Hats lightweight, soft,
easy, dressy f or every irian:
More style and value in Mans
field's Cloth Hats for $1.50 than
any other Hat you will find else
where. IMPORTED VELOURS In
brown, gray and black, $6.50.
STITCHED FELTS The latest
novelty; a soft, mellow felt with
London; storm proof; with rough
Waterworks Superintendent Gives Up
Position; School Notices to Be
Put on Bulletin Boards.
Tucumcari, K. M-. Oct. 7. A. D. Pan
key, superintendent of waterworks of
Tucumcari, has resigned his position,
the resignation to take effect as soon
as a successor can be appointed. The
resignation is said to be the result of
a desire of Mr. Pankey to engage in
other business. A number of appli
cants have already arisen for the po
sition, it is said, but no action will be
taken in the matter of choosing a new
superintendent until next week. Dur
ing the last year, several miles of new
water mains have been laid, and about
50 additional water meters installed
with another 50 now on the way here
to be installed at once. Approximate
ly $1000 obtained from the sale of the
old wool scouring mill last month, will
be expended on the plant through
the purchase of a new boiler, negoti
ations to this effect being now in
Hereafter all public hauling must be
done by licensed draymen in Tucum
cari, an ordinance to this effect hav
ing been passed by the city "council.
The license on public drays was re
duced to ?5 a year in order to make it
easy for anyone to engage in this oc
cupation. The ordinance is said to be
the Tesult of much annoyance and even
loss through the employment of Irre
sponsible haulers. By the license sys
tem an easy track may be kept of any
merchandise being taken across the
J. F. Hofer, superintendent of the
city schools, was given the right by
the city council to erect permanent
bulletin boards at stated points in the
city on which to make announcements
of entertainments and other events at
the local schools. It is said that many
class entertainments take place -which
are of great interest to the general
public to whom great difficulty Is
found in notification. At the same
time it is felt that with the presence
and interest of the public, the schools
would be bettered.
The French bakery, on south Second
street, has changed ownership, J. B.
Neeley, formerly in the same business
in Tucumcari, taking over the busi
ness. The regular quarterly meeting of
the county commissioners of Quay
county will take place in Tucumcari
on Monday. Oct. 6. A great deal of
routine business Is ready to come be
fore the board. The meeting will last
probably two or three days.
Arrangements have been made to
transport to his old home in Oklaho
ma. City, J. Crabtree, an invalid who
has been making his home here for
the last year or more. Crabtree has
been living in an old house near the
city jail, in the east part of town.
Saturday closed the first week of
district court in this city. The follow
ing Is the list of officers of the court:
Thomas D. Lelb, judge; George Re'm
ley, district attorney; D. J. Finnegan.
clerk; J. E. Rogers, court reporter; S.
Ml era, interpreter; J. W. Bulllnton,
bailiff; Belle Parker, grand jury re
porter. Another week will be consumed in
caring for the large number of cases
on the docket. A number of minor
cases were settled this week. The
case of Bert Belmore, defendant,
against the city qf Tucumcari, charged
with hauling a frame building into the
city fire limits in violation to a city
ordinance. was decided in favor of the
city. Notice of appeal was given. A
number of cases were decided against
parents who failed to send their chil
dren to school, fines being suspended
rending a compliance with the law. A
ase of alleged cattle stealing is next
on the docket.
TAILS TO FIND BURGLAHS:
ARRESTS EXCITED INFORMANT
At 10 oclock Sunday night Raefel
Dominjjuez rushed up to patrolman Jack
McMlnds. The man was apparently
very much excited. "There are robbers
trying to get into the Rio Grande Vallev
Bank and Trust company," he informed
the officer in a stage whisper. Mcilinds,
accompanied by Dominguez, made a
thorough search of the premises, but
failed to find any burglers. Whereupon
the officer arrested Dominguez and took
him to the station. Dominguez was ar
rested by the police Saturday on a
charge of being insane, superinduced by
drink, it was said. r He was released
Sunday when his friends promised to
look out for him. He escaped from
Floor Brashes and Dustless Mops.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St
EFFORT MADE TO SECURE
MINISTER FOR TTIREE TOWNS
Berino. N. M., Oct 7. Services were
held in the Berino school bouse Sunday.
This was the last time Rev. Mr. Hug
gett will conduct services here as he
expects to attend the Methodist con
ference and another minister will be
appointed for this charge. The preside
ing- elders are making an effort to rent
a parsonage and locate the minister
here to conduct services in Anthony, La
Mesa and Berino.
A committee of three, composed of S.
G. Kilgore, J. C Rishaberger and Ti
burcio Duran, was appointed to register
all voters in this precinct Registra
tion took place Thursday.
Get Your Hentlnsi Stoics Vp
lfore t' c nextxld spell.
Laurie Hardware Ci., 309 Mills St
GUILE SALES AT
FT. DJVIS HEAVY
W. T. Jones Disposes of Sev
eral Hundred Head; Clo
thier Ships Car of Horses.
Fort Davis. Tex.. Oct. 7. George
Clothier has shipped another carload
of horses to eastern markets.
J. W. Espy has bought of W. T.
Jones 535 head of cows and calves.
J. W. Merrell has bought of W. T.
Jones 100 head of dry cows.
J. B. Davis has sold to Wiley Moore
100 head of steers, delivered at Marfa.
W. T. Jones has sold a car of calves
to Wiley Moore, shipped from Valen
tine. RAINS AND FIRES
ON NOGALES RANGES
Big Dipping Vats at Nogales Put Into
Use; Many Calves and Steers
Imported by Kibbey.
Nogales, Ariz., Oct. 7. Nbgales has
had a number of severe thundershow
ers lately and during the nights .sever
al hard rains have fallen. It is 'feared
by the cattlemen that the early cold
rains will do considerable damage to
the fall and winter feed, as it has not
yet fully cured and will very likely
There was a large forest and grass
fire on the western slope of the Pata
gonia mountains last week -which
burned for several days. Rangers Mc
Beht, from Patagonia, and Abbott,
from Nogales finally succeeded in
putting it out with the aid of a large
number of Mexicans who were taken
from Nogales to assist
On Saturday W. B. Kibbey Imported
300 head of cows and calves for Im
mediate slaughter at Wlllcox, and these
cattle were passed without dipping.
TJr. Hart, from Douglas, supervised the
importation and dipping of the two
bunches of cattle.
The large cattle pens and dipping
vat under construction for some time
by the S. P. railway, has been finished
and TV. B. Kibbey, of the Alamos cat
tle company, imported 1700 head of
steers for shipment to Kansas and
California. The entire bunch of cattle
was dipped with the loss of only one
head, which was drowned by getting
under some other cattle in the vat.
BROWER SELLS AND .
SHIPS STOCK CATTLE
Nara Visa. N. M., Oct 7. Jacob
Brower, of this place, sold 40 head of
good stock cattle to Frank Morgan,
who is an Illinois farmer, and who Is
shipping them to his farm In Illinois.
grower also snipped a. car ui iai tai-
tie to the Kansas City market and has
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a car of fat steers ready to ship about
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been coming into this part of Quay
and Union counties of late. J. Mc
Daniels arrived with an immigrant
car from Billings, Okla., and is estab
lishing residence on his farm, four
miles soutji of this city, which he re
STOCK CATTLE ARE
SOLD AT VALENTINE
Valentine, Texas. Oct 7. a O. Fin
ley has sold his stock catUe to his
brother, O. Z. Finley, of Roswell, N.
M. C O. Finley will stock his ranch
here with steers.
T. W. Snyder, of Marfa, has arrived
here with 20 cars of cattle, which he
shipped from the southwest It Is
said these cattle will be pastured on
Mr. Snyder's ranch near Valentine.
I T. Robinson, who ranches near
"Wendell, has arrived from San Antonio
with four cars of cattle which he took
to his ranch.
ROUNDUP STARTS AT
Berino, N. M., Oct. 7. W. A. Moss
man's roundup starts today with
chuck wagon, cowboys, newly broken
bronchos, lariats and all necessary
equipment, on hand. The start north
was made from the Mossman ranch to
ward Mesiila Park and baek along
the west side of the river to Vado,
across the river again and over the
plains to Coes ranch and then back
to the starting place. This will take
about three weeks.
COCHISE RANGES HAVE
PL.EXTY WATER AND GRiASS
Tombstone. Ariz.. Oct 7. For the
last week the rains have been com
ing down almost dally all over Co
chise county in light showers at times
and then again in perfect torrents.
The cattle ranges have all the water
they need for some time. The moun
tains are plentifully supplied and the
springs In consequence are stocked
with water to their full capacity. It
has been years since the ranges have
had the amount of grass that now
cover them and everything is advan
tageous to the cattleman. The cut
of -wild hay has been large this sea
son. SONORA CATTLE COMPANIES
PUT MEX TO WORK AGAIN
Naco. Ariz.. Oct 7. For the first
time since the Invasion of Sonora by
the rebels, the large cattle companies
across the line have started out men
WOOL SALES ARE HEAVY
AT SAFFORD AND THATCHER
Safford. Ariz., Oct 7. Nearly 75.000
pounds of wool J!iav; been brought into
Safford and Thatcher by the goat and
sheep men of Graham county already
TEXAS CATTLE DRIVEN
TO CORONA TO PASTURE
Corona, N. M., Oct 7. Jess Jenkins,
of Dalhart Tex., drove in about 300
head of cattle that he will pasture
in the Gallinas mountains this win
ter. SHIP CALVES TO OHIO.
Big Springs, Texas, Oct 7. Four
cars of calves from the Merchant ranch,
in Reagan county, were shipped from
here to points in Ohio.
Dan Stewart has gone to Shreveport
La., with a carload of horses and mules
to sell there.
CAMPAIGN AT COLLEGE
State College, N. 23., Oct. 7. An in
teresting mock campaign has heen
formed in the college, to represent the
coming presidential election. College
students have been chosen to represent
candidates for president, vice president
and campaign managers. The campaign
is being carried along strictly political
lines, following closely the systems of
the large parties. Stump speeches are
being held and along with the conven
tions are creating a great deal of excite
ment. The campaign is being held under
the auspices of the Columbian Literary
When the chest feels on fire and the
throat burns, you have indigestion, and
you need HERBINE to get rid of the
disagreeable feeling. It drives out
badly digested food, strengthens the
stomach and purifies the bowels. Price
30c. Sold by Scott White & Co. three
Floor Itrushe nml X3ustlc Mojig.
Laane Hardware Co, 303 Mills St
Buy Here and Save Money
Our Prices Are Lowest.
18 lbs. Best Gran
New Dill Pickles, 0(n
extra Targe, per doz tJ
Fresh Kansas Eggs, .Qfk,
per doz : OUC
H. C. Fanev Creamery (T "3 ff
Butter, 3 lbs. for PltVV
Navy Beans, new stock, OP.
31-2 lbs. for OC
California Pink Beans, OP
41-2 lbs. for J
New Sauerkraut, C-
per lb J
LION GROCERY COMPANY
Phones 2424 ana 2405.
roop munis it ft. bliss
ILL IE 01E FEATURE OF JUBILEE
Gen. Steever Arranges a Program in Which Infantry,
Cavalry, Artillery and Machine Gun Platoons Will
Participate Forty-three Firms in the In-
v dustrial Parade Juarez May Be
Represented With a Float.
Troop maneuvers at Fort Bliss the
second day of the ps-Aple jubilee have
been' arranged by' Gen. E. Z. Steever,
commander of the .department of
Texas, and the program for the after
noon's entertainment was announced
by him at the meeting of the Os-Aple
jubilee committees, at the chamber or
commerce Sunday morning. The re
views and maneuvers will be a spec
tacle surpassing anything ever pro
duced In the military line in this city,
even surpassing the military part or
the Taft-DIaz celebration in this city.
The program will be:
Cavalry and Artillery Drills.
First Review of all of the troops
at Fort Bliss, Including the Infantry,
cavalry, artillery and signal corps.
Second Musical drill with the 22d
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Third Machine gun drill with the
' in..)iii. imn nlntoons of the 18th and
Infantry to Butts manual.
machine gun platoons or the istn ana
Fourth Musical saber drill with the
first squadron of the Second cavalry.
Fifth Musical saddle drill by a
troop of the Second cavalry. In this
drill there will be no commands given
by the officers, the drill going through
with the music,
Sixth Exhiblton of horsemanship
by members of the 13th regiment of
cavalry, which will include, jumping,
riding, cossack riding, by both offi
cers and men of the regiment
Seventh Drill by Battery B of the
Invite Juarea to Enter Float.
Juarez will be asked to enter a floatN
in the Os-Aple parade as it had last
year and at Sunday's meeting Col.
Juan K. Medina, former mayor of
Juarez, and Nap. Lucero attended and
will try to induce the Juarez people
to arrange a float to enter In the pa
rade. The committee decided to print
part of the programs of the celebra
tion in Spanish to be distributed for
the benefit of the Spanish speaking
citizens .of Juarez and El Paso.
Thn advertising committee was glv-
i en an appropriation which It will be
allowed to use ior nowspaper aaver
tising. Big Industrial Parade.
Forty-three El Paso firms have an
nounced to chairm an Claiborne
Adams that they will enter floats, in
the industrial parade. Thirteen addi
tional names were obtained by Miss A.
M. Mace, of the industrial parade com
mittee. They arc: Billlng3 Piano
company, Pathfinder Auto company,
Christie Auto company, Greer's Elec
tric garage, Studebaker Service sta
tion. International Auto company,
Bennett Auto company, Charles Rader,
Western Motor Supply company. Fer-ry-Kirkpatrick
Realty company. El
Paso Auto Sales company and C D.
For the labor union section of tho
parade about 550 labor union men
have so far notified its central labor
committee that they will participate
EXTRA TWO WEEKS
OF COURT NECESSARY
Fort Stockton Prepnres to Celebrate
Arrival of First Train Over the
Fort Stockton, Tex., Oct 7. District
court Is in session this week, judge
Duhlas, presiding. There is a large
docket to be disposed of at this term.
It has become necessary to hold an ex
tra two weeks session in order to clear
A mass meeting was had at the court
house for the purpose of arranging to
celebrate the arrival of the first train
over the K. C & M. O. R. R. Various
committees were appointed to look af
ter the matter.
The track machine has arrived at
Oibson, a point about 18 miles out and
is laying siding in order to move the
material in closer and make better
nrocress in comDletintr the road.
Officials of the road were here to.
arrange for the building of the round
house and machine shops, as this city
will be a division point The road will
give the cattlemen direct service to
Kansas City and eastern points.
The Brooks garage, a stone building,
is now being completed and equipped
with the most modern machinery.
California Woman Seriously Alarmed.
"A short time ago I contracted a se
vere cold which settled on my lungs
and caused me a great deal of annoy
ance. I would have bad coughing
spells and my lungs were so sore and
Inflamed I began to be seriously
alarmed. A friend recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saying"
she had used it for years. I bought a
bottle and it relieved my cough the"
first night, and in a week I was rid
of the cold and soreness of my lungs."
writes Miss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle,
CaL For sale by all dealers.
Laurie Hardware Co., 303 Mills St
EXPRESS WAGON DRIVER AC
CUSED OF BLOCKING STREETS
Leroy Bigelow, a driver for the
Wells-Fargo Express company, was ar
rested by the police Saturday on the
charge of blocking the streets.
Catrino Griego, Jose Teran. Je3us
Gonzales, Jose Terrazas and Pedro Lu
cero were arrested on a charge of dis
turbing the peace. It was alleged that
the men were raising a disturbance In
East El Paso.
Sam Downs and Col. White were ar
rested en a charge of being suspicious
characters. It was alleged that the
men entered a Mexican grocery store
on Stevens avenue, near the canal, and
Were in th act of making away witu
two sac" of flour wlv n tlcv wcro
o tj' . n l tin pJ-'"' " U'i s wife and
m-Uc to &iv- the ioods up.
Qjffi JL e XJ'
Armour's Shield Brand 5fl
Ham, per lb 6iUC
Snowdrift, better than Lard for
shortening, 4 lbs. 55c; tf 1 OP
10 lb3 ploOJ
Colorado Potatoes, ?
12 lbs. for t)
Pure California Table Claret, r C n
per gallon O J l
Pure California Sweet Wines, 7ff
109-11 So. Stanton SL
in the parade, being represented by
carpenters having 300 men in the pa
rade, the bricklayers having 65, the
tinners having 40, the barbers 60 and
the painters 70. All of the other
unions are expected to participate.
In order to make it possible to have
the unions enter in the parade the
time was set for 2 oclock, when the
parade will start
The Os-Aple committee granted a
cash prize of $35 for the best show
ing by the labor unions during the pa
rade, being divided into two prizes.
H. M. Walker and Harry Cooper,' of
the Central Labor union, were present
at the meeting and reported on the
progress being made in having the la
bor unions present in the parade.
Also, C. A. Kinne, of the music com
mittee, said he would have three bands
available for the Industrial parade.
Lodges Plan to Have Floats.
C. Klefer and E. McClIntock, of the
Woodmen prders, were at the meet
ing and said that Tuesday night the
lodge would decide whether it would
enter floats In the -parade. August
Meyer, a member of the Redmen. was
also at the meeting and said that his
lodge woull take it up Monday night
to decide whether it would enter a
float In the parade.
Waited Kohlberg reported that the
finances were coming slowly, but that
his committee was at work. The
music is being arranged for by C A.
Kinne, who has secured through Gen.
Steever the services of the military
bands and the other bands in the city
during the Os-Aple jubilee.
The programs which are being made
up by a committee, of -which Dr. J.
W. Yard and C. L. Sirmans are at the
head, will be in readiness so the mem
bers of the trade excursion can take
them with them on the trip westward.
About 30.000 programs are to be
issued to be distributed freely about
Novelties in Street Sports.
C. A. Beers, who is arranging the
arrival of Chief Os-Aple and the down
town sports, says that his committee
is meeting with success and has a
number of novelties in the street
sport line which will include a tug
of war, a fire drill, grease pole climb
ing and the like.
J. F. Dawson and C L. Sirmans re
ported that the Sous-Aple parade was
meeting with progress, and Bob
Moore, Who has charge of the enter
tainment of the visiting women, has
arranged an auto ride for them the
second morning of the jubilee.
Those present at the meeting were:
C. Klefer, Burt Orndorff, C. A. Kinne,
Gen. E. Z. Steever, Rufu3 P. March,
Timothy Turner. CoL Juan N. Medina,
Nap Lucero, E. McClIntock, H. M.
Walker, Harry Cooper, Bob Moore,
Walter Kohlberg, Dr. J. W. Yard. C
L. Sirmans, J. F. Dawson, W. G. Roe,
Claiborne Adams, August Meyer,
Gene Harris. Robert Rhlnehart Miss
A. Mace, W. A. Scrlvner and C A.
REWARD IS RAISED
BY GRAHAM SHERIFF
Will Pay $.i00 for Arrest of Murderer;
County Seat Removal Case to Be
Heard in Globe.
Safford Ariz., Oct 5. The reward of
fered by sheriff Patty for the capture
of the murderer, Eusobis Arbiso, has
been raised to $500, dead or alive.
Graham county Is coming for a good
share of the political honors. All three
of the presidential electors as nomi
nated by the recent primaries are resi
dents of Graham county, or were until
last year. Two Graham citizens have
had the honor of being state chairmen,
and one has been one of the leaders in
the legislature. v
The board of supervisors took the
ground that no property of a corpora
tion could be represented on a county
seat petition for election proceedings,
so the matter will be tried before su-
Serlor judge Shute, of Globe, who will
ear the case in place of judge Mc
Alister, who feels that he Is disquali
fied. An appeal will undoubtedly be
taken to the supreme court
Walter Millard, a Socialist lecturer,
addressed a large audience at the park.
The first rain to fall In the last
six weeks came Just before the circus.
Circus day was fine, however, though
damp in the evening.
HEBRON IS CONVICTED.
Tombstone. Ariz., Oct 7. The sec
ond trial of James Herron. Indicted
on a charge of cattle stealing, resulted
In the jury bringing in a verdict of
guilty after being out 40 minutes.
Herron's first trial resulted in a mis
trial. POLICE STOP RIZE FIGHT
Sydney. Australia. Oct. 7. lack Les
ter, the American heavvweight pugilist,
was the v victor today in a fight with
Jack Howard, a middleweight boxer of
New South Wales. The contost was
stopped by the police in the 13th round.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
Not Well Enough to Work
Thousands of American girls and
women are dragging out a weary ex
istence In stqres. mills, shops and fac
tories with distressing weaknesses and
derangements which are sapping their
very life away.
Surh women may find joy In living
and be restored to igorous health by
taking- Lvdia E Pinkham's Vegetable
compound, a. woman's remedy for wo-
-, ills win h has stood the ttst ol
i i III fefeSSSS.
We Carry a Large Stock of Camp Supplies
"WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
312 SOUTH EL
Wide Duck for sale by
8:00 A.M. "SKr 10:00P.M.
IT'S THE BEST
PULLMAN AND TOURIST SLEEPERS
City Ticket Office 206 No. Oregon.
We sell Scrip Books Interchangeable between all TEXAS LINES.
Face value $30.00. Sale price $2o.00.
Colon, Panama, $83.25 Via New Orleans.
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company
EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKATJER, President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that gnarantee
C. E. RUSSELL, (
Supt. of Agents.'
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WAS IT JUST THAT WAYT
Editor El Paso Herald:
You state in a recent iss,ue that the
government had supported all the de
nominational schools among the In
dians and afterward took crer those
schools and made them government
I know how hard It is for an editor
to get things down right, for he has
to write much In a hurry and cannot
titko timn to verlfv his statements. In
. thi3 instance, I am sure the memory
of your correspondent was at lauit,
for the history about those Indian
schools is this:
The government did not support any
denominational school among the In
dians, but the Roman Catholic schools,
the other denominations standing con
sistently for separation of church and
state, but the Catholics accepting such
support as their dootrine, as an
nounced recently by the Federated
Catholic societies in their session at
Louisville is, and always has been:
"All schools contributing to good cit
izenship are entitled to equal support
from the state."
This support from the government
to Catholic mission schools among the
Indians werrt on until Gen. Morgan
(who was a Baptist) assumed office.
He maintained that such support -was
contrary to the American doctrine of
separation of church and state, and
the support of Roman Catholic schools
only, while other denominations were
doing similar work, was showing par
tiality, and under his administration
the support was discontinued.
When Mr. Roosevelt became presi
dent he soon recommended that "the
government return to the support of
the schools among the Indians as for
merly." and it was done. Of course,
he did not say, outright return to
the support of the- Roman Catholic
schools among the Indians, for that
would have been opposed by many
thousands of Americans, and many
congressmen who voted for the rec
ommendation could not have afforded
to have supported it if their constit
uency had been informed.
Now. after the government had
gone on for years in its support of
sectarian Christian education, they
went through the form of -taking
over" these denominational schools,
and thus has arisen the question of
"Roman Catholic teachers wearing
their distinctive garbs in the Indian
You notice Mr. Taft has decided in
favor of the Romanists. Who blames
him? He is a Unitarian and one form
of the worship of Christ as divine is
as good idolatry with him as any other,
and besides his Philippine record
made him president by a solid Roman
Catholic vote, and if he does not be
lieve in the doctrine of separation of
church and state, he would be an in-,
grate not to do everything he could
for Romanism in America.
R. T. Hanks.
Bnsby's Minstrels. El Paso theater,
October 13th and 14th.
MAN LOSES LEGS IN
WRECK AT NACO
Naco, Ariz., Oct 7. A switch en
gine at Osborne Junction ran into the
engine of ay' work train on the siding.
Both engines were damaged severely,
one being put on its side In the ditch.
The engine men escaped with severe
bruises and jolts, but a workman had
his two legs cut off.
The thermometer began to fall here
rapidly and soon it began to rain, a
strong wind started up and both wind
and rain increased steadily until it
became a severe storm. Three inches
of rain in as many days fell here and
this will cause much damake.
Iluobj-'n Mlnifreli, El Pa"" t-.
j Oi toi" r i.ih and 14th.
If it's awnbg work you want,
and want the best, just a little
looking around will soon prove to
you who the awning people are,
and we have the equipment to
handle big jobs.
H. J. Collins. Mngr.
the yard, bolt or bale.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Secty. and Genl Mgr.
HUDSPETH TO PUSH
NEW MINING- MEASURE
Says the Present Mlnlnjs Law Is a Han
dicap to the Industry In
Austin, Tex., Oct 5. Another effort
will be made by state senator Claude
Hudspeth, of El Paso, to have enacted
at the next session of the legislature
his bill to permit prospectors for min
erals to do so for one year before pur
chasing the land on which the pros
pecting Is made, and In the event min
eral is discovered, then the prospector
may purchase the land.
Senator Hudspeth, who Is here on
business said that under the present
law, the development of the mineral re
sources of the state, especially in the
western section, is at a standstlU. In
deed, he declared there has been little
or no prospecting for the "past 10 years
since the present law has been in ef
fect This law requires persons to pur
chase the land as mineral land at ?-
an acre before it has been ascertained
whether or not there exists minerals
under the surface of sufficient quan
tities to make it pay. At the last ses
sion of the legislature, senator Huds
peth secured the passage of his pro
posed law in the senate, but it failed
in the houss,
Charles Kinsel, postoffice Inspected,
is here to attend the federal court,
From Girard. Kans tells us we
should be "RadikaF when we're
'Right." and conservative when
we're '"Ronp." All "Krap Shoot
ers" know that, and yeu can take
your choice between Patent medi
cine, mostly alcohol, or Mules and
Better follow directions of the
Mules if vou want health. Thev
will mnke vou "Feel Like a Bull
I p aggravate catarrhal colds 1
and bronchial disorders, 1
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ffl -to pneumonia '. orr'con- I
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