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Tuesday, OetoKer S, 1912
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ranch, was killed, either in the fighting
or by rebels -with intention. Reports of
these battles are not received by Gen.
Trucy Aubert at Juarez, as they oc
curred in the district under command of
Wen. Rabago, stationed at Casas Gran
iies. American refugees arriving here
declare that the federal forces only re
main' in the towns while the rebels
roam at large over the ranches.
The report of the death of Hayes is not
credited by his friends, however. The
battle in which he is supposed to lave
been killed was fought Sunday and R.
A. Clark wired here today from San
Trancisco that he had a telegram yes
terday from Hayes.
Rebels are also reported to be at Co
lonia Diaz, three miles from La Ascen
sion, where the federals have a garri
son. This federal force numbers 301-,
but is making no effort to drive the
rebels out of the Mormon colony, the
officials here say.
Mormon Boy Captured.
Reports from Hachita. N". M-, say that
Edmund Richardson and son, Roy, were
captured by rebels near the Corralitos
ranch while driving cattle to Hachita
from Colonia Diaz. Roy Richardson
was held for ransom while his father
was permitted to continue with the cat
tle to .Dog fcpnngs, it. iL, where he was
to have sold them and returned with
?1000 ransom for the rebels who held
he boy as security. The boy succeeded
in escaping and joined his father at
.Hachita, where they are now living with
It has also been discovered that it was
Rojas and not Salazar who issued the
orders for native Mexicans to take up all
Morman lands and to hold them as
theirs against the Mormons should they
return. This order was issued in the
Sonora colonies and it is feared that
s;milar orders will be given the natives
of Chihuahua to occupy the Chihuahua
are plump and rosy.
If pale and sickly, something
is wrong, and the signal should
not be neglected.
It's often the case that food
does not contain the certain ele
ments which Nature requires to
meet the demands of the rapidly
developing body and brain.
One food which can be de
pended upon is
It is made of wheat and bat
ley, and contains true tissue-building
elements including the Phos
phate of Potash especially need
ed for promoting healthy brain
growth. A dish of Grape-Nub and
cream each morning for a few
weeks, often works a marvelous
change in the health of a child,
-nd children' like it
There 's a Reason ' '
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd.
Battle Creek, Mich.
A pure, healthful, Cream
of Tartar Baking Powder
When buying an article of food you are
entitled to know exactly what you are buy
ing its quality and ingredients.
If this information is refused don't buy it.
Some of the low grade baking powders
are advertised, but the ingredients of the
powders are scrupulously concealed.
A housekeeper would not use a' baking
powder containing alum if she knew it.
' It is well when buying to examine the
label on the can. Unless it: shows the
ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it.
Dr. Price's baking powder is absolutely
free from alum.
REBELS ABE FOR NO
Not Fighting for a Man, But for a
Cause, Gomez Itobelo Declares
Felix Diaz a Xew deader.
Any of a half dozen men prominent
jn public life in Mexico would be ac-
; eeptable to the revoivit.ts.ary faction.
say members o Xthe local rebel "junta"
which is closely in touch wttn events
n the field and at fne national capi
tal. The name of Fei'x Diaz, nephew
of tl-e former president of the republic
and once chief of pjlicj of Mexico
City, is the more often mtstitoijud. ihe
whereabouts of Diaz is not known
here, which adds spice to the situation.
"Tho revolution, as represented in
the field By Gen. XJrozco has absolute
ly no political significance as to the
promotion of any one man," said Col.
Gomez Robelo toeay. Ilobel3 is at
torney for the revolutionary i.arty and
representative of Orozco in the United
States. "For the first time Mexico has
a revolution which is not of personali
ty," declared Bobelo.
f'Flrst it was Maderista, then Ma
Sdnista, Reyista and VasquUta. But
we want no particular man in Madero's
place. We will leave that to popular
vote or to a commission selected to
name a provisional president. Gn.
Orozco has repeatedly announced that
he is not politically ambitious. He is
merely in the field lighting for a cause;
not for a man."
It is said that Felix Diaz and anoth
er as -vice president whose name is
withheld, will be the probable ticket of
fered by a new political movement
which soon will take form In organized
EIGHTH COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS.
Chief Justice IV. SI. Petlcolas, Presid
ing; J. F. Mclvenrie and E. F.
IIIgglnM. Associate Justices.
Texas & Pacific Railway company
vs. El Paso Northeastern Railway com
a D. McWhorter vs. Ed Erlckson.
from Midland county; postponed until
Thursday, submission day.
Cases submitted; E. C Gamble vs.
George B. Martin et al., from Taylor
county; K. F. Marshall vs. May Mar
shall, from El Paso county; John H.
Murphy vs. E. W. Earl, from El Paso
All motions pending before the court
have been set lor. suDtnisslon this weeK.
Wednesday is the regular motion day
of the court, and Thursday, submission
34th DISTRICT COURT.
J. R, Harper, Presiding.'
J. W. Olsen, charged with. murder;
jury being selected.
Criminal Case Settings.
Monday, October 7.
5455. The State of Texas vs. John
Thursday, October 10.
5667. The State of Texas ts. Sus&no
5756. The State of Texas vs. Ernest
57S4-5. The State of Texas vs. C F.
57S6. The State of Texas vs. Victor
Monday, October 14.
579L The State of Texas vs. Mlka
5S0O.' The State of Texas vs. Walter
5S10. The State of Texas vs. Cruz
Thursday, October 17.
5043. The State of Texas vs. W. T.
5818. The State of Texas vs. Gre
5S19 The State of Texas vs. Bailey
' 58Z0-L The State oi Texas vs. Bert
5827. The State of Texas vs. Castro
Monday, October 21.
5505. The State of Texas vs. John P.
5826. The State of Texas vs. Frankle
5823 The State of Texas vs. Aurelio
5822. The State of Texas vs. Juan
Thursday, October 24.
5807-8. The State or Texas vs. Pam
filo Soils and Abram Salano.
5803-4. The State of Texas vs. Sam
5506. The State of Texas vs. J. B.
5761, The State of Texas vs. J. W.
Monday, October 28.
5828. The State of Texas vs. B. F.
Brady, alias B. F. Dugat
5771. The State of Texas vs. Eugene
Halleck, Frank Collins and Volney
Effle H. H. Crowell vs. John Crowell,
suit for divorce; granted.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. 3L Walthall. Presiding.
Ada Rusk vs. J. H. Rusk; suit for
Jesus Mendosa vs. El Paso & South
western Railway Co, suit for $10,001
Myrtle E. Gallegas ts, Ambrose Gal-
legas, suit for divorce; filed.
Jesus Cordero vs. Magdalena Cor
dero, suit for divorce; filed.
A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding;
Wllye Page and Jesus De la Cruz,
charged with unlawfully carrying pis
tols; complaint filed.
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
Augustine Domingue. S. B. French
and F. M. Murcheson, charged with ex
ceeding the speed limit; fined $5 and
Felipe Lopez, charged with bringing
stolen property into the United States;
Murray Davis, charged with disturb
ing the peace; fined $1 and costs.
El Paso Country Club vs. T. W. Wal
ler, suit on account for-$27.45; filed.
El Paso 'Country Club vs. J. W. Pet
tus. suit on account for $20: filed.
El Paso Country Club vs. Wallace E.
Morris, suit on account for $79.75;
H. F. Wright vs. Frank A. Spence.
Eugene Weiss vs. Howard Fogg,
suit on $24.05 account; filed.
James M. Casares vs. El Paso Ice
and Refrigerator company, suit for
$199 damages; filed.
Zela Roberts vs. Western College of
New Mexico Annual Conference M. B.
C. S., suit for wages for $175.25; filed.
Zela Roberts ts. W. S. Huggett. gar
MANAGER OF BANK
IN MIAMI RESIGNS
Miami. Arist. Oct. 8. H. M. Foster
has resigned as manager of the Gila
Valley Bank & Trust company, or
Miami, and lias gone to New York and
Boston with T. C. Hendricks, presi
dent of the Douglas Copper company,
who has gone on a deal for the con
trol of the Douglas property.
The building of the union clothing
store on Gibson street has been added
to by an addition 25 by 30 feet.
The Cooley & Geaslen cement block
on Miami avenue is rapidly nearins
R, C Keene has opened a real estate
and stock brokerage office in the
Greene building on Miami avenue.
The Miami Lumber & Supply com
pany has completed a store room on
Keystone avenue. 20 by 70 feet, mak
ing a total frontage of 40 feet, and has
laid a new cement sidewalk.
Oscar Ingram, of Globe, has leased
the corner store In the new Johnson
building on Keystone and Gibson
A new cement sidewalk is being laid
on Live Oaks street In front of the
Miami Investment company's and
Commercial companys stores.
bought the M. A. Gramon house, also
lot 8, block 23, in lower Miami, from
ESPY SELLS HIS RANCH
TO BEAU M'CUTCHEON
Fort Davis, Tex., Oct. S. J. W. Espy
has sold his horse ranch to Beau Mc
Cutcheon on private terms.
J. C. Powell, who has a ranch below
Marfa, was here for ranch supplies.
Walter Bolton was here with a
bunch of horses en route to his ranch
south of Marfa.
Texas Mother Tells of Tests
Made by Herself and
Daughter with Plant
"I have found your Plant Juice to be
a real Godspnrl" SlicVi 1 fha tatTnTit
made by Mrs. G. B. Rogers, who lives
at 17J0 Summer Street, Houston, Tex.,
wno nas oeen using it for herself ana
daughter. She spoke with enthusiasm.
"For myself I used it for kidney and
bladder trouble. My nerves were a
wreck. My sleep was broken, and I
was in constant pain night and day
with my kidneys. Plant Juice has
stopped the pain and I am resting bet
ter and feeling better than I have for
months; but every mother should know
what Plant Juice did for my daughter.
She is seventeen and every mother
knows what a critical time that Is in a
girl's life. It just seems we lay a
foundation then for a life of health
and happiness, or disease and misery.
I believe Plant Juice Is a necessity for
girls and women."
For women who suffer with extreme
nervousness, who have blue spell and
a desire to dry, who fret and worry over
small things, or whose stomach, liver,
or kidneys are deranged, there is noth
ing in the world sr. rfectue as Plant
JuV. r li at Krllv & Pollards anl
try It for jourstlf. I
Of the Southwest
R. T. Burr, brakeman on the G. H., Is
laying off for a few days.
Geo. Taney, switchman, has reported
for duty, after being off for a few days.
Ben Cooley, conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has reported for
J. H. Ludwig, conductor on the G. Bu,
who has been sick for some time. Is Im
C. E. Messenger, conductor on the S.
P' has reported for duty, after being
off for a week.
L. Bourgols, switchman on the G. H.,
who has been 'working nights, is now
on the day shift.
Geo. McElroy, formerly a conductor
on the G. H. out of El Paso, Is now lo
cated In California.
John Shoemaker, night yardmaster
for the T. & P.. has reported for duty,
after a short layoff.
Tom Knight, fireman on the South
western, has been assigned to a regular
run now on engine 178.
Watchman Hlte, of the G. H., has re
signed from the service to take a posi
tion on the police force.
J. J. Armystrong, the 3. H. switch
man, who has been sick, is now well
and has reported for duty.
Will Darr, formerly a watchman on
the Santa Fe at San Marcial. now has a
position at Magdalena, N. M.
Bill McDonald, pumper for the Santa
Fe at Rincon, has reported for duty
after being off for a short time.1
Fireman Leckron, of the Southwest
ern at Tucumcarl, has taken up' some
land near Elephant Butte, N. iL
Js M. Gibson, switchman on the T. &
P., who has been acting as engine fore
man a short time. Is now back at helper,
Tom Johnson, formerly a brakeman
on the Southwestern out of Carrlzozo,
Is now a joint car Inspector in El Paso.
' R. H Adkins, fireman on the Santa
Fe, who was injured some time ago
by falling: from his engine, is improv
ing,. Steve Ferguson, formerly a pump re
pairer on the G. H. between El Paso
and Sanderson, Is no located at Helper,
Gus Jones has a position as switch
man on the Southwestern and has been
sent to Duran, N. M. to work for a
Frank Oldman, brakeman on the G.
H., who has been working as conductor
for a few trips, is now back braking
Dr. D. .O. Thayer, of Tsleta, is in El
Paso on business. Dr. Thayer was for
merly a brakeman on the G. H., at San
derson. Henry Jesse, formerly an engineer
on the Santa Fe out of San Marcial,
now has a position as switchman at
Frank Faust, formerly a. brakeman
on the- G. H. out of Sanderson, is now
braking on the Santa Fe out of San
Porter John Freeman has been as-
I signed to a run on conductor Innis's
crew on the G. H. between El Paso and
, Brakeman Clatfelter of the G. H..
who has been sick for some time, ex
pects to be able to resume his run In
a few days.
The G. H. has a large extra gang ofy
Mexicans at work at Sierra Blanca to
lengthen the side track for a consider
Engineer Cunningham, of the' South
western, who has been on the local for
some time, is now working on through
Warren Edwards, a railroad steno
grapher from Chicago, is in El Paso on
his way to San Francisco, where he ex
pects to locate.
Terry McGovern, brakeman on the
Santa Fe at Las Vegas, now has a reg
ular passenger run between Las Vegas
Blake Roach, formerly a switchman
on the G. H., now has a position as
brakeman on the western division of
George Lockett. fireman on the
Southwestern at Tucumcarl, has been
assigned to a regular runK between Tu
cumcarl and Duran.
Harry Arrant, the passenger fireman
on the T. & P., who was injured recent
ly near Fabens, expects to be able to
resume his run soon.
Larry Lyles, operator on the- G. H. at
Marathon, who has been working as
agent for a few days, is now back at
work as operator again.
W. H. Britton. the G. H. Switchman
who has been off duty on account of
being injured by falling from a car,
is now improving again.
J. W. Faust, pumper for the G. H. at
El Paso, who was Injured several days
ago by the overturning of his automo
bile, is rapidly Improving.
Sara Morgan, formerly a brakeman on
the Santa Fe at Las Vegas, who has
recently returned from South America,
is located at Kankakee. III.
Heavy rains are reported along the
Santa Fe tracks near Albuquerque by
trainmen coming Into El Paso, but so
far no damage has occurred.
A. Boyd, formerly a section foreman
on the G. H. at Alpine, is now located
at Dog Canyon. N. M., where he is en
gaged in the mercantile business.
Mrs. Charles Esperson, wife of oper
ator Esperson of the S. P. at Tucson, is
visiting In El Paso at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Birt, at 90S North El Paso
W. E. Swearengen, brakeman on the
G. H., is working as conductor for a
few days on conductor Harry Des
mond's car, while the latter Is on a
passenger run. .
C Howard, formerly employed by the
Southwestern at Douglas, who has been
visiting his parents at San Marcial, N.
M.t has returned to Douglas. He was
accompanied by his wife.
The daughter of Leon Mash, who has
been quite ill in Fort Worth, is not Im
proving as much as she has been. Mr.
Mash was formerly a brakeman on the
Southwestern out of El Paso.
John Rippy, fireman on the Rock
Island at Dalhart, has been promoted
to be an engineer. Mr. Rippy worked
into El Paso on the Santa Fe several
months before going to work on the
Al Malone, formerly a conductor on
the Southwestern out of U. Paso. Is
now located In California. Mr. Malone
worked as conductor for a number of
years on the G. H. before working for
Mr. and Mrs. tJ. Burke, parents of
conductor Joe Burke, of the Santa Fe
at Las Vegas, are in El Paso visiting
their daughter, Mrs. C O. Rucker, at
1621 East Rio Grande street. They ex
pect to remain here all winter.
Perry Knight, formerly an engineer
on the Southwestern at Tucumcarl. now
has a position as engineer on the Ca- !
nadlan Paciiic, in Canada. Mr. Knight,
after leaving Tucumcarl, worked for a
while as engineer In Honolulu.
J. J. Johnson, formerly a switchman i
on the G. H., has moved from 719 Wy
oming to 1019 Noble street. Mr. John
son Is still suffering pain on account
of his knee, which was injured in the
G. II. yards several months ago. j
G. A. Darr, formerly day hostler for
the Santa Fe at San Marcial, Is now ,
miming iiie iLWLiiub picwii. tit otiu jiar
claL Mr. Darr has been employed by
the Santa Fe for the past 33 years. He
expects to retire soon on a pension.
Ike Morris, brakeman on the South
western at Tucumcarl, has been as
signed to a regular run on conductor ,
J If Ju-tus's car Mr. Morris worked '
in the anta i'e out of La Junta for
nm ,jr as . conductor before gong
lo work for the Southwestern.
"El Paso's Greatest
Grand," "Beautiful Be
y o n d Description,"
coming from bankers, capitalists, railway mag
nates and in fact everyone who has visited Government Hill. Doesn't that
warrant investigation on your part? Eight now it will pay you to catch up
with the times, post yourself as to the great natural advantages possessed by
Government Hill and Government Hill ONLY. Improvements more beautiful
than you ever dreamed of, 4hat will endure forever. An investment now will
prove a gold mine and a home in Government Hill a luxury you'll never
cease to enjoy. Why delay a day? It will cost you money which you had just
as well make by buying now at groun d floor prices. More lots have been
sold in Government Hill in the last few days thamin all other additions combined.
Go out and see Government Hill now.
Observations tsken at 3 a. a., seven ty-fifth me
ildian tune. Air pressuia reduced to ssa lereL
1M3AK 'conHnacns lura) pass through points
of equal tlr pressure. Issrnxsss (dotted lines)
pass tnroash points of equal tomporihire; drawn
only fbr zero, fraeilne, Vfi. and 100.
O clean partly cloudy; cloudy;
rain; (?) snow, report missis?.
Arrows fly with tho wind. First fijrarcs. temper
ature: second, precipitation of .01 inch or mora
for put 21 hours; third, maximum wind Teloc
ity JURY IS SECURED
FOR OLSON TRIAL
Taklncr of Testimony In Second Hear
ing of Slurder Trial Starts
'Tuesday at Noon.
Alter exhausting three special
venires, totaling 141 men, a dury was
finally selected by noon Tuesday for
the trial of John W. Olsen. charged by
indictment in the 34th district court
with the killing of "Dad" Graham,
about two years ago. Olsen Is facing
trial for the second time, having been
convicted on his first trial and given
a sentence of life imprisonment He
was granted a new trial.
The following eight men were se
lected as jurors in the case Monday:
U. V. Soule, Sam Williamson. Chet
Ion. The four jurors selected Tuesdav
morning, which completed the Jury,
were: R. G. Vallen, C. H. Hancock.
W. C. Eeum and E. T. Kooms. The
taking of evidence In the case was
began Tuesday at noon.
TROOP E HORSELESS;
MOUNTS WANDER OFF
E troop, of the 13th cavalry, was
horseless Tuesday morning. Twenty
mounts of this troop wandered away
from the corral at Fort Bliss Monday
night They were found Tuesday morn
ing near Ysleta by E. D. Roberts and
returned to the fort A number of the
horses were badly cut by barbed wire.
nitEEDIXG VISITS TEXAS CITIES
AFTER AKSEXCE OF IS YEARS
Jack Breeding, night Jailer at the
county jail, after several weeks ab
sence, returned Monday night Mr.
Breeding left here with several boys
destined for the reformatory school at
Gatesvllle, Texas. After leaving his
youthful charges in the reformatory
school, Mr. Breeding visited Mineral
Wells. Austin and San Antonio. He
stated that he had not visited those
places for IS years. During his ab
sence Jack Parson has been officiating
as night jailer.
A Skin of Btauty (s a rfcy Forever.
iR. T. Follx Oouraud's Oriental
Cream, or Magical Boautlflar.
Reaoves Tt, PtaplM,
Freckles, JIoUi Pitcbe,
Rjui, acd Skin Diseuea,
moa Terr oiamaa
os tciatr. sod ie
ties detection. It
(tu stood tte tet
Of $4 TUTS, SCd
Is so BsrmleM we
13 properly rcsde.
Accept no couittr
fet; or elrc&u
name. Dr. L. A.
Eijre uld to a
ltdy of the but
ton (a pautnt):
"As yon ladle
will om tiem,
Gournnd'n Crentn si the. least narrMul of all the
km preparations." For sale by all druggist and Fancy.
Goods Sealer la the United State. Canada and Iteope.
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$ & .M(
These are only a few of the flattering expres
sions heard daily in our offices about
LATTA & HAPPER
Paso, Tuesday, Oct
El Paso and vicinity Unsettled to
night and Wednesday.
New Mexico Generally cloudy, with,
local rain tonight or Wednesday.
West Texas Unsettled tonight and
MINERS ON STRIDE
EVICTED FROM HOMES
Charleston. W. Va.. Oct. 8. Dis
tressing scenes were witnessed along
Cabin Creek today when deputy sher
iffs evicted the families .of striking
miners from homes they have occupied
since the mines were opened. The
evictions are being closely watched by
the military to prevent mistreatment
The strikers were notified two months
ago that they must return to work or
An investigation of the charge that
the men of company E, First West
Virginia infantry, had been drinking,
was begun by adjutant general Elliott
'EXTENSION OF TIME
HELPS SCHOOL FUND
Austin, Tex., Oct 8. Iand commls
sioner Robison announces that he is !
following a policy of granting an ex
tension of time to actual settlers on
public land where they are unable to
pay the interest due the state thereon,
and puts it up to the governor and
the next legislature to enact more
stringent laws, if
it is found unwise
Up and Down? Go To Yoiar Doctor
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic It does not stimulate. It does not
make you feel better one day, then as bad as ever the next. There
is not a drop of alcohol in it You have the steady, even gain
that comes from a strong tonic Ask your doctor all about this.
Trust him fully, and always do as
WBBBSm 1 1 1 ilSHliBI
i IP Hatter! Qhirtmaker
Ten Per Cent Down and
Five Per Cent a Month
304 San'Antonh St
& Local Data.
El Paso Readings.
i xoaay. ies'tay.
S a. m. 6 p. m.
Barometer (sea level) 29.88 29.92
Dry thermometer. . . ........ 58 70
Wet thermometer......... 57 60
Dew point 56 53
Relative humldlty....... 93 54
Direction of wind... ,.... KE. NW.
Velocity of wind............ 3 34
State of weather cloudy cloudy
Rainfall last 24 hours 01
Highest temp, last 24 hours 76
Lowest temp, last 12 hours. 58
Height of river this morning above,
fixed zero mark 9.2 feet No change in
last 24 hours.
to follow such & policy, as the law
under which he is now operating Is
not mandatory In its provisions. Ho
points out that on September 1, 1911.
there were 4,0 SO accounts unpaid, and
on them about $188,000 was yet due to
i the available school fund, and he de-
layed action until January 1, 1912.
"As a result of this policy, said the
commissioner, "all the accounts were
paid except 1SS, and all the interest
collected except approximately $9,000."
O. L. SnelL brakeman on the South
western at Carrlzozo. is visiting in El
i Paso for a few days. .
3g3$y''SljSrSij6 a MtJg.jB
8. 1912. ' Z&Q&J