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ARMY BOARD I SHERE
Otkprx 'Will Follow and lHveNlKatIen
ef ClaiMH Awalant Mexico
"Hill Start Tfcersny.
I.ieut. Aristides Moreno, of the 28th
infantry. i the first of the army calim
board to arrive In K Paao. Lieut Mo
reno arrived Wednesday and will be
loined here by Lieut. Col. Franci J.
Kernan, adjutant general, and XaJ. Bli
.. Helmick. inspector general.
The claim board was created by act
of congress by a Joint resolution on
August 9 and authorled the secretary
of war to appoint a commission of
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Just Received a Carload
Strictly hand packed goods
No. 2 cane, 3 for 26e; 24 cans
Xo 3 cans 2 for 26c; 24 cans
Calion cans 40c; 12 for
Remember that every can
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Bell Fhor.es 505, 3098. 204-206 E. Overland St.
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Send for our illustrated booklet describing the new
features of the
three officers of the army to investi
gate each claim of American citizens
or other persons within the United
States for personal or property injury
resulting from bullets fired by federal
or rebel Boldlers Of Mexico during the
first revolution. The army board will
begin the investigation of these claims
here Thursday, and later will go to
Douglas and other places on the bor
der until jJI of the claims have been
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine removes
the cause. There is only One "BRO
MO QUININE." Look for signature of
E. W. GROVE. He.
Place a "Skolny" made boy's suit or
overcoat beside one of ordinary make.
Our salesmen need not point the dif
ference. It's too apparent. There's
more of style, more of service in
"Skolny" clothes at no greater cost
than for ordinary garments.
Sel I. Berg-, Sole AKt. Adv.
Wright's Cleaning Works, phone 33.
LengiTell's Auto For Hire.
Call 1 for the finest auto in El Paso.
Ed Wolf drives it. Advertisement.
of Levy's Best Tomatoes
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is guaranteed and packed exclusively for
iVetc; Arrivals in
Phipps Tailored Hats
T is with great pleasure we announce a special express shipment of
Phipps hats. As usual, the Phipps people have succeeded in
producing hats for the mid-season that are eqlirely different from the
earlier models yet conform to all the requirements of Fashion. These
hats are all one of a Qnd. As to see these new hats when you visit
the Millinery Department tomorrow.
Sale of Imported Pattern Hats
THIS Bee wc are holding an advance sale of Parisian models. When we sap
that the prices now asked for these hats just about cover the duly thai was paid
on them we do not exaggerate. These hats represent the very best of the Parisian
makers and offering them as we do, right now at the beginning of the season, gives
ybu an unequalled opportunity to select an exclusive Parisian pattern hat for prac
tically nothing. As there is only a limited number of these hats left, you should inves
tigate at the earliest possible moment just what this opportunity means to you.
Mezzanine Millinery Section
Sale of Moderately Priced Hats
Millinery Section is proving a big success. WheH you visit this section and
vi .ig i.of tro on offorinr Ton nan nasilv understand iust whv this
is so. For the balance of the week special offers will be made at
$1.00, $1.98, $2.98, $3:98 and $4.98
At these five prices you can find almost any; kind of bat you desire, and when you do find it
you will be able to purchase it at just about one-half its real value.
In addition to women's bats, there is quite a good selection of misses' hats in the above lots.
WHAT DO YOU THINK
A Clearance Sale of
Why not? We are overstocked
with so many different styles of
small folders, some of vhich e
have never shown and are really
These will all go at a GREAT
REDUCTION. The pictures
of course will be made with the
utmost care as usual.
Nothing cheap but the price.
SEE OUR DfSPLAY.
NEGRO IS REARRESTED.
J. Kelly, a negro, who was fined $200
in the corporation court several weeks
ago on a charge of vagrancy, with n
promise that if he would leave town
the fine would be remitted, was found
by the police in the city Tuesday mgbt
and arrested. Wednesday morning
Kelly was employed with the city oris
oners on the rock pile.
10 MILLION M
Building Inspector's Esti
mate Places El Paso Third
Among Texas Cities.
With an anticipated estimate of $2,
OW.OOO for buildings for the year 1912.
El Paso will take third place for the
record of building activities in the cities
of Texas, according to the report com
piled by N. A. Comstock, who has charge
of issuing the building permits. The
fiauea in the report of Mr. Comstock to
date total $1,839,740. While there are
yet two months to be covered, it is esti
mated that the average established for
each month covered will reach the $2,
WW.000 mark at the end of the year.
In the building inspector's report for
the different months, February comes
first with a credit of $628,190. The
month of January thus far shows the
lowest record, the sum being only $96,
422. The valuation of the buildings for
July was given at $264,645. The Ma
sonic temple now under construction at
the intersection of North El Paso and
Missouri streets was included in that
month for $112,000.
The report for the first few weeks in
October shows that the building permits
have been running largely to the bunga
The Year's Activities.
The report for the months covered is
For .Tamum fil permit, totalirts; $9fi
?42, bn k iv i llinji. 27. .'p.ntiin n
houses two, one storu buildiuj:; gai
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Widow Tells of Becker's
New York, N. Y., Oct. 16. Mrs. Her
man Rosenthal took the stand for the
prosecution at the opening of today's
session of the trial of former police
Mrs. osenthal was dressed entirely
in black, and wore a flowing veil of
crepe. Her face was pallid as she took
the oath, "but she stepped to the witness
chair without assistance. With a quick
glance over the men in the Jury box
she faced assistant district attorney
Moss, ready for the examination.
"Were you the wife of Herman Ro
senthal r asked Mr. Moss.
"I whs," she, replied.
Mrs. Rosenthal said she had seen
T.iont Ranker several times. Once was
at the Elks' club last Thanksgiving ;
eve; sne naa seen mm agjun on .cw
Year's eve at the same place.
"At the New Year's eve meeting." she
continued, "Mr. Becker oame over to
our table and put bis arm. around Her
man's neck. Mr. Becker asked: 'Well,
Herman, how's things'
- 'Not very well,' Herman said.
" 'Don't worry," Mr. Becker answered,
everything will be all right.'
"Then Mr. Becker turned to me and
said that he was ready to anything for
my husband at any hour of the day or
night. He said he would always be at
my husband's service."
Tells of Itnid on Rosenthal Home.
Mrs. Rosenthal said that she knew
that Becker and her husband "bad busi
ness transactions" and that she had
learned their nature from Becker at
her home. This was about the middle
of last April, she added, when Becker
caused a raid to be made on her hus
band's gambling house. Becker was in
the house at the time, she said.
"I heard a hammering on the door
and went down to let them in before
they broke the door in. I couldn't find
the key and went upstairs to see Mr.
Becker. I said to Mr. Becker, 'for heav
en's sake what does this meanr Mr.
Becker said: 'It's to be Herman or me.
Then I went down stairs with him and
said: 'Don't let them break down the
house. Don't let them destroy the fur
niture.' He said: Tell Herman that debt
is off. I'll go down and tell that man
to call it off, as Herman and I are
square and he don't owe me that
$1500." I said: 'What man.' He said,
never mind what man. Herman
Mrs. Rosenthal told of having seen
nges. porches. Tepairs and other items.
February, 55 permits; total. $628,190;
24 brick dwellings, Paso Del Norte hotel,
two apartment house. Pearson milling
plant, store building and garages.
March, 69 permit, totaling $183,650;
including 33 brick dwellings, two apart
ment houses, one store building and gar
ages. April, 69 permits, totaling $193,840,
including 34 brick dwellings, four apart
ment houses. Texas & Pacific depot
building, one reinforced concrete store
building and garages.
Mar. 101 permits, totaling $155,800;
including 41 brick dwellings, two apart
ment houses, one reinforced concrete
w a rchou ftPf
June. 73 permit, totaling $121415;
including 37 brick dwellings, two apart
ment houses, packing house, repairs and
Julv, 71 permits, totaling $364,645;
including Masonic temple. 26 dwelling,
one church, one store building, settle
ment house, repairs and garages.
August, 82 permits, totaling $72,900;
including 23 brick dwellings, two apart
ment houses, repairs and garages.
September, 66 permits, totaling $122.
875; including two moving picture thea
ters, one business building, and 27 brick
dwellings. The total for the nine months
The El Paso report, at the request
of the Texas Secretaries' association,
has been sent to the asso'-iation' hea'l-
iiartors .t Fort Worth. Tex., vhoro it
twill l:tor ho compiled, along with tlif
! i l hi t 1 1 urn otfu r J t ,i . i it ii -. and pub
1 li-hcd in the eastern cities.
mi 1 NEW
IN EL FASQ IN YEAR
her husband paw money to Jak Rose,
Becker's alleged collector, ami said Ro
senthal left scarcely enough money to
I Cress Binmlncil.
Mrs. Rosenthal's cross examination
"Was Rose a partner with your hus
band in the gambling business?" asked
"Yes, until early In March or the last
Questions as to Rosentbals relations
with Rose, Webber and others were
stopped by justice Goff.
"Were vou at a meeting between
your husband and Harry Vallon a
month before your husbands's death,
when your husband refused to shake
hands with Vallon?" asked Mr. Mcln-tyre-Justice
Goff excluded the question.
"Did you know of a plot to assault
vour husband, planned when Rose,
Webber. Schepps and Sam Paul were
Mr. Whitman objected to the ques
tion, which was sustained by the court
and Mr. Mclntyre excused the witness.
Otto X. Aversl, chauffeur for Lieut.
Col. Sternberger, of the 22d regiment,
NGN. Y., testified to having driven
Becker in his car to Madison Square
Garden on the night ot July 16. the
night before the murder, here they met
Jack Sullivan and Becker got omu Later
Becker reentered the car with Sullivan
and another man whom the witness did
not know. This man was carried to a
subway station after which Becker and
Sullivan were driven to a newspaper
"Becker got out and went Into the of
fice," continued Aversl. "He stayed 20
minutes and then Sullivan. Becker and
myself went to Forty-second street and
Sixth avenue. That was about 1:30 In
the morning of July HWe d5
Sullivan there and I drove Becker
Befenee Accuses Gambler.
Gamblers and not police lieutenant
Charles Becker instigated the murder
of Herman Rosenthal, according to the
line of defence Indicated by counsel
for the accused officer.
A large sum of money raised by
gamblers was paid to get Rosenthal
out of New York when he began to
"squeal." When he took the money
and refused to go, the gamblers plot
ted and executed his murder.
Such was the outline ef the defence
Implied in questions by John T. Mc
lntyre, Becker's counsel, to Sam
Schepps on the witness stand.
The witness spent practicall the
entire day Tuesday on the stand cor
roborating the testimony of Jack Rose,
Bridgrie Webber and Harry Vallon, the
trio of confessed accomplices who ac
cuse Becker of inspiring the murder.
Schepps swor,e Becker had asked Mm
If the gunmen had been paid. He also
testified that he had been the bearer
of a reassuring message from Becker
to Jack Rose when the latter was In
hiding at the home of Harry Pollock.
Schepp's part in the plot was that
of messenger for Rose In rounding up
the gunmen, but he denied that he
knew the killing of Rosenthal was on
foot. He did not fully comprehend, he
said, until Jack Rose had made a
"clean breast of It" to him, and then
he got out of town.
Schepps admitted that he once
smuggled opium from Canada into
Portland, Ore. By trade he said he
was a portrait enlarger.
(Continued from page 1)
much more of Its business than they
have secured in the past.
SaiTerd Tarn Ont With a Band.
Two thousand people greeted the El
Pasoans at Sa fiord last night when they
arrived. Many of them had driven in
for 15 miles to meet the El Pasoans.
The Safford brass band led by T. T.
Swift was playing as the train stopped.
After handshaking the Safford band
led the way to Wickersham Park,
where the El Pasoans met the people
for an hour, while the EI Paso band
played a concert. Then the Safford
band led the way to McBrier's hall,
where the business men had gathered
in response to circulars announcing the
coming of the El Pasoans. R. W.
Smith acted as chairman and intro
duced Dr. C. C Rickman, who extended
a welcome to the El Pasoans. Eupene
Harris responded and presented the
key to El Paso.
H. D. Slater spoke upon the objects
of the trade excursion and corrected a
Gila valley apprehension that El Paso
is opposed to the ocean to ocean high
way through this valley. W. W. Pace
spoke for the valley people and the
Keynote quartet sang several selec
tions. Parvin Witte sang two solos,
one witn band accompaniment. The El
Pasoans' band had by this time ar
rived from its concert In the square.
Banee Inlll Mldaigbt.
The hall was then cleared for action
and the El Pasoans and the Safford
Scople danced till midnight. John J.
Irdno, ex-state Democratic chairman.
was prominent In the entertainment of
the El Pasoans. Mr. Blrdno is an ac
tive booster always for the Gila valley.
GoIbic "Westward Now.
This afternoon the 1 Pasoans have
yet to visit Bowie, Wlllcox, Cochise
and Pearce before they are through
with a strenuous day's experience. They
wilt sleep tonight at Kelton Junction
and be ready to make an early run into
Courtland tomorrow morning, then to
Douglas and Bisbee.
Xetes of tbc Trip.
The excursionists arc particularly
pleased with the dining car service on
the special train. The Southern Pacific
has furnished a diner for the entire
trip and conductor F. A. Donecken Is in
charge with a polite and capable force
of waiters. Between meals the excur
sionists can get sandwiches and drinks,
and at meals they are able to get quick
Will Cromble has a lot of big pla
cards, the size of a bunch of bananas,
cut to represent bananas, and he car
ries them in the parades.
Eugene Harris nas developed the hab
it of buying candy for the boys and
(little) girls in the different towns vis
ited. Long distance telephone connection
with El Paso is one of the treats en
joyed by the excursionists where stops
are made long enough. C E. Stfatton.
district manager for the Tri-State and
Mountain States Telephone company,
is on board with a telephone oonnec
tion In one of the cars and wherever
the train makes a stop of sufficient
time, he gets connection with El Paso
for the excursionists. Harry Potter has
dubbed Mr. Stratton "Wrong Number'
Stratton and In turn Stratton calls him
"Leaky Roof Potter.
The artesian well flowing at San
Simon, Ariz., made a big hit with the
El Pasoans. Although artesian water
does away with the use of pumps, even
Bob Krakauer was pleased with it. Bob
says water is good for filling wash
tanks of Pullman oars and things like
that and he likes to see plenty of It
in the west
El Paso Heralds are distributed at
every stop, and H. H. Fris Is busy dis
tributing small tags "Join The Herald
Family" among the people of the differ
V. R. Stiles Is distributing what looks
mlghtllv like 20 dollar gold pieces
among the people at the depots. They
are advertising rubberold roofing.
Claiborne Adams, self anointed band
leader, is distributing silver thimbles
advertising Globe flour and El Paso.
Don Kedzie. the sage of Lordsburg,
was glad to meet his old time friend.
W. T. Hixson, because Mr. Hixson is
one of the few Taft men in El Paso.
The don being a postmaster, is going to
lote for Taft.
11. K. Minson, traffic manager of the
Arizona-New Mexico railroad, made a
friend of every member of the trade ex
cursion by the very solicitous manner
in which he looked after them while
they were on his road and in the Clif-ton-Morencl
district. General manager
Thomson, of the Detroit Copper com
pany, and general manager Carmichael,
of the Arizona oTipany, were also ex
C M Miuphv tr.iinmastor of the
So, il. in I'" 'i t"Ti fie 'ciii ninits
that he could handle trains on time
In Every Walk of Life
People Find Guarantee Shoes Best
And Guarantee Values Biggest
From our lowest to our highest priced shoes whether
for men, women, youths or misses, boys or girls El
Paso's shoe-wise buyers KNOW that they get the ut
most here for every dollar spent.
Our VARIETIES are always WIDEST STYLES al
ways NEWEST QUALITIES always HIGHEST
PRICES always LOWEST.
These facts explain the popularity of the Guarantee
and prove that we do live up to our policy of giving
"Absolute satisfaction to every customer, no matter
how much or how little is bought."
For this week we feature
White Top Button Boots Patent
Leather Vamps at $4.00
Either in turn
A cb Fnr sn mmt
GROWS BEAUTIFUL H 10,
I PROVE ll-B CENT "DfiNDEK"
Destroys dandruff Stops falling hair Cleans and invig
orates your scalpr-Delightful. dressing;.
To be possessed of a head of heavy,
brautlful hair; soft lustrous, fluffy,
v avy and free from dandruff is merely
i. matter of using a little Danderine.
It is easy and inexpensive to have
nicfu soil niiir wiu jub l h. uoi &c
a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Dander
ine now all drug stores recommend it
apply a little as directed and within
ten minutes there will be an appear
ance of abundance; freshness, fluffiness
and an incomparable gloss and lustre
and trv as vou 'will you cannot find a
trace of dandruff or falling hair; but I
your real surprise will be after about
when he carried them over his section
of the road west of Lordsburg. Assist-
ant general passenger agent E. W.
Clapp, of Tucson, was on boara witn tne
excursionists over aii me s. r. lines
and also looked carefully after the
comfort and well being of all his
George Wallace is maintaining the
dignity of his exalted office of member
nf th suoreme court of the grand
lodge of Elks, and Is drinking nothing I
stronger than mineral water. This is T
not a joke. j
FOR EL PASOANS
Prepare te Kseert Trade Trippers
Abeat CMy ta AutBtkles
Vpen Their Arrival.
Douglas, Aria.. Oct 16. Arrange
ment were completed at a meeting ot
the board of directors of the Douglas
chamber of commerce and mines, for
the reception of the El Paso keynote
excursionists here Thursday. Tha ex
cursion is due to arrive here about S
a. m. A large gathering of local people
will be at the E. P. & S. W. station to
receive them. As the excursion is to
remain here but an hour, no special
plan for entertaining the visitors has
A number of automobiles will be at
the station, however, and any of the
visitors who desire to make a trip
over the city will be afforded the op
portunity. A commtitee, consisting of
James H. Bast. Harry B. Calisher and
Dr. A. W. Vanneman. will have charge
of the reception of the visitors.
TAPT UNDER HEAVY
GUARD IN NEW YORK
New York. N. T.. Oct. 1J. On his way
to the railroad station to take a train
for Worcester, Mass.. president Taft
was closely guarded by secret service
men and a squad of motorcycle police.
In addition a numcer of detectives fol
lowed him in an automobile.
At the station, instead of entering by
the passenger entrance, the president
mrrn TO Wotnea aa well as men are
tv SJ.VJ ikJ man miserable by kidney
and bladder trouble. Dr.
TTilmer's SwamD-RooL the
PT AWE1 great kidney remedy.
&LxASn.i. p r 0 m p 1 1 y relieves. At
druggists in fifty cent and dollar sizes.
You mav have a sample bottle by mall
fref. alo pamphlet telling all about it.
A.ldr-" Dr Kilmer & Co., Bingham
Un. ' V. Adv.
or welted soles.
two weeks' use, -when you will see new
hair flne and downy at first yes
but really new hair sprouting out all
over your scalp Danderine is, we be
lieve, the only sure hair grower;
destroyer of dandruff and cure for
Itchy scalp and It never fails to sto;
falling hair at once.
If you want to prove how pretty ana
soft your hair really is, moisten a
cloth with a little Danderine and care
fully draw It through yor hair tak
ing one small strand at a time. Tour
hair will be soft, glossy and beautiful
in just a few moments a delightful
surprise awaits everyone who tries this
J. N. Bozeman, Prop.
CALL AITD'SEE THE BEST
EQUIPPED BILLIARD ROOM
Opening Oct. 16th
2d Floor Gem BMr. 206 1-2 S. El Paso St
was escorted throagh the baggage
room and taken t the train floor on
a freight leratOC.
arc more stiflish than ever.
The one we show is a pure
s2k "Atatricm" velour, and
coma in the prevailing colors.
It's the best velour hat shown
in El Paso for
Bob Moore Co,
Moore & Creenberg
"Things for Men'
The post office is opposite u
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