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Thursday, October 24, 1912
Friday, October zo, JSGCZ
L PASO HERALD
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one half of the total expenditures de
oted to advertising' and publicity
work and fully one-fifth given to the
traveling- expenses of speakers, candi
dates and special organizers, has char
acterised the activity of the Demo
cratic nv tional committee.
The Democratic committee has also
patronised the moving pictures and
has spent about ?000 im this form of
advertising. The Progressive com
mittee, on the etner hand, has re
ceived money from certain moving
picture concerns, photographs and
phonograph companies for the priv
ilege of reproducing views and re
marks of CoL Roosevelt.
JOUSSOX SAYS COAL OPERATORS
IN EAST OFrOSK ROOSEVELT.
Scranton, Pa., Oct 24. Those en
emies that CoL Roosevelt made among
certain wealthy men when he stepped
into the anthracite coal strike in 1912
and obtained a settlement favorable
to the men are arrayed against him
in his present fight, governor John
son told an audience of several hun
Referring to Col. Roosevelt's atttl
tude to .vard the trusts he said:
"It d he who commenced the bat
tle against the trusts and required
them to submit to government con-
ilipijing to governor Wilson's as
sertion that be could do nothing
with the trust problem because of the
Republican majority In the New Jer
sey senate, the governor said:
"His defence is disingenuous; for it
wj-. th's -very senate that carried
through ail the political reforms that
were accomplished in New Jersey. It
must be conceded that no effort of
an soft was ever made by governor
W.lson 1o dissolve or curb any trust
in ins state."
ROOSEVELT CALLS PERKINS
TO OlSTBKBAY FOR COXFERBXCE
Oyster Bay, N. Y Oct. 34. CoL Roose
velt took a dip into politics once more.
One of his visitors yesterday was Geo.
W. Perkins, who with senator Dixon, of
Montana, has charge of the colonel's
campaign. CoL Roosevelt bad been
impatient to see Mr. Perkins and to get
in touch with the nolltical situation
after being out of the fight more than
Word was sent to Mr. Perkins to
come to Oyster Bay. Dr. Lyman Abbott
of New iork and his sons. Lawrence
and Ernest Abbott, Who are associated
with Col Roosevelt in his editorial
a ork, al'-o spent a short time at Saga
CoL Cecil Lyon, of Texas, the expresi
dent's traveling companion on bIb cam
paign tours is stopping at Sagamore
Hill during the period of convalescence.
lie said CoL Roosevelt was Improving
so rapidly that he expected to be back
at work soon.
MRSHALL DOBS NOT WAST
TO SEE REPUBLICAN HOUSE
Medford, Ore.. Oct 24. Governor
Tnomas It Marshall of Indiana, Demo-
,-ratio trir presidential candidate, sig
nalized his entry Into Oregon from Cali
fornia by making an unscheduled
speech from a baggage truck on the
station platform at Ashland, where a
. , owd of several hundred bad gathered
to see him. He followed this 19 minute
talk at Ashland with a SO minute open
air speech in Medford.
"My purpose in coming to Oregon at
t us particular time," said governor
Marshall, 'Is not to ask for votes for
mself. I am merely the tail to the
Democratic kite, and If you people can
send up the kite without the tail you
ha e my permission.
I would rather see Weedrow Witeon
V fe.itd than to see him enter the
white house bound band foot by a Re
publican senate and a Republican house
of representatives." he said.
SEARCH FOR GOD SHOULD
TAKE PRBCBDBNT, SAYS WILSON.
Trenton, N. J., Oct 24. In the
solemn atmosphere of a church, apart
from the noise of political demonstra
tion to which he has been accustomed
chirms the last two months, gover
nor Woodrow Wilson delivered . a
speech here. It was virtually a ser
mon on the value of church organisa
tion pnd was the principal address at
h exorcises celebratinsr the 204th an
niversary of the founding of the First
Presbyterian church of Trenton.
"Life without the tsandard of the
church," he said, "Is something like a
faltering quicksand. The church is
"nc of many expressions of the per
i lancnt side of life. This church
through its 200 years has witnessed
the birth and death of political parties.
Tt has seen everything change except
1 )" tcarvh for God, and every com
i -.muty should realize that the search
for God should take precedent over
e-f r. thing else."
How Much Rent
Do You Pay?
Figure it out for the
last five years.
You could have Bought a
home with it.
Let us tell yvu how easy
it is to buy one NOW -to
live in in NOW.
Each month's rent counts
as a payment.
See us about it today. You
can start next month in your
We have the most desir
able property in every neigh'
AUSTIN & MARR
304 San Antonio
"WURLITZER" AUTOMATIC ORCHESTRAS
See our display in the Perry-Kirkpatrick booth at the
talked over the situation in Mexico,
Nicaragua, Santo Domingo. Cuba,
China and the Balkans with secretary
Knox in the two hour ride to Ports
mouth. The question of Great Bri
tain's attitude toward free passage for
American ships through the Panama
canal -was not taken up. ,
OLDEST PIANO HOUSE IN EL PASO.
The House With 16 Years Reputation.
EL PASO PIANO GO.
W. R. SCHUTZ, Proprietor.
Trade ONE PRICE Mark
, : Everett, Fischer, Harvard, Gabler, Crown,
Hallet & Davis.
Corner Myrtle and Campbell Sts.
Opposite Elks' Home.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
wM Bazaar Quits Business n
BRYAS'S TRAIN KILLS BOY;
CONTINUES ATTACK OX TEDDY
Wilmington, Del., Oct 24. Bnding a
day of strenuous campaigning William
J. Bryan spoke for nearly half an hour
in a driving rain here. His special train
struck and killed & six year old boy at
Townsend, 80 miles south of here.
In criticizing CoL Roosevelt he de
clared that "if the Progressive candi
date believes himself to be a Moses;
he must have mistaken the voice of
Perkins for the voice of God."
MR. ALBERT TAYLOR
' AND HIS NEW COMPANY PRESENTING
"The Girl of the Golden West"
Seats at Ryan's 25c and 35c
Will Be Required To Close Out the
Bazaar's $60,000.00 Stock
The Bazaars Quit Business Sale will ac
complish quickly what we require,
because we propose to cut prices
regardless of everything only
our desire to QUIT
DECLARES WILSON MIGHT
HAVE DISSOLATBD TRUSTS
Harrisburg. Pa., Oct 24. Woodrow
Wilson, as governor of New Jersey,
was named by Gov. Johnson in a speech
at Sunbury today as "the one man who
is the last 22 months might have dis
solved the Standard Oil and Tobacco
trusts and nearly every other Insidttous
"During all these 23 months, how
ever, Gov. Wilson remained silent,"
said the sneaker.
TVKT CRITICISES CONGRESS FOR
NOT BUILDING TWO BATTLESHIPS.
Poland Springs, Me., Oct. 24. Speak
ing at the Portsmouth navy yard pres
ident Taft criticised congress for not
voting an appropriation for two bat
tleships, lie said:
"We are hopeful, however, that in
the next session of congress It will
'be seen to have been a mistake to
have only one battleship.'
Mr Taft told friends here that he
are necessary to the suc
cessful operation of
Mind and Body.
made of wheat and
barley, supplies the
necessary elements for
perfect human nutri
tion. This includes the
Phosphate of Potash
(grown" in the grains)
.'hieh Mature requires
for rebuilding worn-out
brain and nerve cells.
And the fogd is de
licious served with
"There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd.
Battle Creek, Mich.
TAFT MEN TO HEAD BALLOT.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct 24. The state
supreme court today handed down a
unanimous decisicn holding that the
Air Taft electors chosen by the Re
publican state committee, together
with the two Republican electors
chosen at the spring primary who re
mained loyal to Taft, are entitled to
the designation "Republican" on the
ballot in the general election and to
a place at the top of the ballot.
NO POWER TO PURGE COMMITTEE.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Oct 24. Stating
that he had no power "in the premi
ses and shall not undertake to assume
any," Henry G. Wasson, Republican
state chairman, sent a letter to the
subcommittee representing 61 county
chairmen in Pennsylvania, who had
requested the chairman to purge the
state committee of those members who
were disloyal to president Taft and
vice president Sherman.
TARIFF THE OSLY ISSUE.
relief possible from the high cost of
living must oe tnrougn a reduction or
the tariff," congressman Underwood of
Alabama said here. "The tariff is the
main, and almost the only issue of the
campaign and Taft and Roosevelt are
in the same category regarding it"
Get Your Heating Stoves Up
before the next cold spell.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St Adv.
VISIT PUCE IF
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the commission and will be for at
least another day. On the trip to the
border Wednesday were Lieut Col F.
J. Kernan, Maj. E. A. Helmick, and
Lieut Aristides Moreno with Law
rence Converse and Edwin Blatt and
their attorneys, Capt Alfred and Rich
AT CASAS GRANDES
Federals and rebels clashed on Oct
IS in the Casas Grandes district, ac
cording to advices received today by
LGen. Trucy Aubert at Juarez. Ac
cording to the report of Gen. Jose de
la Lux Blanco, who commanded the
federals, five rebels were killed and
10 taken prisoners, besides the cap
ture of more than 100 horses. The
federal loss was two killed and a few
'wounded. The battle occurred be
tween Pearson and Colonia Juares.
Aside from this engagement, all Is
reported quiet and orderly in the
Casas Grandes district. Although
wires are not in operation below
Juarez, belated advices are being re
ceived by the federal commander at
Juarez by way of Columbus, N. M.,
to which point a wagon road runs
from the Mormon colony district
According to reports received by
Gen. Aubert. the Salaxar rebels have
withdrawn down the line of the North
Western as far as Candelaria. Abso
lutely no rebels have been left In the
vicinity of Juarez, federal scouts report
ment was given out by a member of the
Diaz junta here Wednesday. De la
Fuente was in charge of the artillery
during the Orocco revolution, until he
-i was wounded and forced to retire from
active duties la the field. He has been
In El Paso for several weeks and was
charged with conspiracy to violate the
neutrality laws by the United States
CASTULO DTBRIIERA ARRESTED
. em v c&ssfiraov chvrce
CoL Castulo Herrera was arrested
Wednesday afternoon on a charge of
conspiring in New Mexico with Kdu
ardo Ochoa to make exportations of
munitions of war to Mexico. Herrera
was already out on a bond of $1000 'when
he was arrested. He will be held on
the second charge pending removal
proceeding to New Mexico. Herrera was
formerly purchasine agent for the reb-
! els in Juarez.
l Tom Lea left for Santa Fe, N. M.,
I Wednesday night on business connected
with the case of Herrera.
i Fleer Brushes and Duntleso Mons.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St Adv.
B Full Details In a Day or Two JH
EIGHTH COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS.
W. M. Peticelas, J. F. McKenile, B. F.
Affirmed: E. C. Gamble vs Geo. B.
Martin et al., from Taylor; Mount
Franklin Lime & Stone corany vs
Mrs. H. J. May, from El Paso.
Submitted: J. H. Nations et al.
vs Mrs. A. Hays Harris, from El Paso;
John C Anderson vs J. W. Crow,
from Harris; Branch T. Masterson vs
J. O. Ross et al.. from Harris; Mrs.
Annie Sullivan et al. vs H. & T. C.
Railway company, from Grimes; Mrs.
Emma Harde, Ex. vs Germania Life
Insurance company, et al., from
41st DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall, Prodding.
E. Holman vs. El Paso Electric Rail
way company, suit for damages; on
A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding.
City National bank vs. Lillian E.
Gibbs and J. E. Dougherty, suit on $300
. JUSTICE COURTS.
J. J. Murpby, Presiding.
J. H. McLaughlin, charged with ex
ceeding the speed limit; complaint filed.
BRINGING IN GOODS
During the last two days there have
been 23 applications filed by Mormon
colonists in the custom house for en
trance for the!' possessions and stock
from Mexico. Most of those now en
tering their possessions have been
refugees in the United States since
they were driven from their homes
Several Mormons left El Paso Wed
nesday night for Hachita, N. M. They
left that point Thursday proceeding to
Colonia Dublan and Pearson. In the
party were: Bishop J. C. Bentley. of
Colonia Juarez; Orrln Romney and E.
Richardson, of Colonia Diaz: Oscar
Bluth, of Colonia Dublan, and Arthur
McKlnney, of the Corralitos ranch.
They expect to remain, in the colonies
some time Investigating conditions
and looking after property.
GOING TO COAST
Monterey. Mex., Oct 24. As indicat
ing that Pascual Ore -co, the Mexican
rebel chief, aimed to send at least a
part of his command to Tampico, a re
port was circulated here today that
when a band of Insurrectos appeared at
a ranch near Juan Felipe, they declared
tbey were headed for the gulf coast.
They said they were part of Orozco's
command. They demanded horses, got
28 and gave receipts for them, promis
ing to pay for the animals "at the end
of the revol-tlon." It is presumed the
command aimed to co-operate with the
Diaz forces captured yesterday at Veracruz.
PROMINENT MEN SEE
Cafrfornians, Philippine Islander and
Texan Form Party of Visitors
to 1 Paso.
Dr. Allen Francis Gillihan. city health
officer of Berkeley, Calif.; Dr. Max
Wasraan. a dentist of San Francisco;
C. F. Derby, a prominent official of the
Los Angeles Investment company; L. O.
Hibberd. a mining man in misinesB in
the Philippine island, and Benj. F. Wof
ford. geenral agent for a big laundry
machinery manufacturing company,
formed a party reaching Kl Paso last
nieht from the east. Mr. Wofford
stopped over here on business; Dr. Gilli
han stopped over to catch the Santa Fe
to the Grand canyon, and the others
stopped over to see the SouB-Aule pa
rade, leaving at 11 oclock for the west.
All were enthusiastic in their praise
of ElPaso as a city and expressed greas
surprise at its metropolitan appearance.
Mr. Derby had not seen the place in 35'
years and said there was nothing left by
which he could recogntee the city of to
day as the town when he knew "it.
Mr. Derby is returning from "a visit
to Virginia. Dr. Gillihan from attending
the National Congress of Hygiene at
Washington. Mr. Hibberd from a busi
ness visit to the national capital in
connection with mining affairs in the
i'niiippines ana Dr. wassman trom a
business trip to Chicago.
JUAREZ TO PARADE IN
THE BIG OS-APLE PAGEANT
All is activity in Juarez in preparation
for the big Os-Aple parade Friday night.
Juan M. Medina, a member of the Jubi
lee commitee. has secured the Mexican
military band, through courtesy of Gen.
True)' Aubert. Members of the American-Spanish
alliance, a fraternal organ
ization, will march in line, and Juarez
folks are busy decorating a float. Just
what the float will represent is kept
carefully a secret, but Medina promises
that it wilj be something worth look
TX B. Baxtmenr at Agriculture
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FINE FLOCK OF CORNISH
FOWLS AT CHICKEN SHOW
A conspicuous feature of the poultry
exhibit is the collection of Cornish fowls
of J. H. James. Among them he has a
cock and hen imported by himself. The
eoek won first prize at Madnon Square
garden show and headed the first prize
pen at Chicago in 1911, and lias won a
number of other prizes at leading shows.
His hens won the highest honors at New
York, Chicago and Buffalo in 1910 and
1911. Cornish fowls are among the best
of table fowls.
OFFICIALS INJURED ASD
PORTER KILLED IX WRECK
' Danville, I1L. Oct. 24. Several offi
cials of the Clover Leaf Railway were
injured and a negro porter was killed
in the wreck of a special train bound
for St Louis, near Fillmore, 111 . today.
General manager Walter Ross and di
rector Hublnrd of New Yoik are re
ported to te the most seriously Injured
Tbf arc br-mg- tak. n to St Loui" Tc
i ii w of the wrtk. were not available
FEDERALS RENT ALL
AUTOS IN MONTEREY
Monterey, Mex.. Oct 24. In order
that no more officers might use the
same means of escape and to make use
of them in pursuit of those who de
serted, the third military zone has
rented all rentable autos in the city.
Among those officers who left were
sub-Lieut Ylctorlo Peseto. Lieut Al
fonso Montalvo. Lieut Opas and sub
Lieut Diego Gonzales, all of whom
were of the first regimental cavalry.
The strong box of the garrison was
included in the effects stolen by them
and it Is said several thousand dollars
Here in it
A detachment of troops left under
command of Jefe Catarina Fernandez
in pursuit of the deserting officers.
DAVID DE LA FUKXTE WAS
SLATKD FOR VICE PRESIDENT
David de la Fuonte. who is now in El
Paso, was slaU d for ice ir m.1. nt un
der the Veli T)ii7 goi.errmfnr bad it
If n 5uf i -"1 .1 o rr - 1 1,
Ploor Drastics and Dun tles-a Mopn.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St Adv.
COUSIN OF GEN. U. S. GRANT
IS MARRD2D IN WYOMING
Cbeyenne, Wyo., Oct. 24. Ulysses S.
Grant, aged 4S, was married in Cheyenne
last evening to Miss Hannnh Johnson.
The bride is a member of the Presby
terian church here and the groom, em
ployed as a coppersmith in the Uaion
Pacific railway shops, is named for and
is a second cousin of 'ien. Ulysses S.
Grant was born in Illinois and -was for
over 20 years in llortoa, Kan. His
father was first consul of Gen. Grant.
i tts a.na seveatr-Sfifa bm&
ridftn thae. Ah- pressure redseed to sea leroL
Isp&uB coauntMu Haas) pus tfcfeaca psteti
of equal air pressure. Isotbebih (dotted -ttes)
pass through points of eqaaltemperatve: drawn
only tor zeh. freezing, SOP. and lMr.
O clean Q partly cludj: $ cloudy;
() lain: scow: g) report mtaiasr.
Arrows nr with too wind. Flirt bcu temper
ature; seeond. pteetpltanon ef .(ft iaea or astro
for past 34 hours; third, majiaam wind Ttco-
SI Paeo, ThuwuaT, Oet 4, 1111.
B Pmo sad vicinity Unsettled to
jufffet and Friday.
Sew Mexico Generally fair tonight
and Friday; sot much change in tem
perature. West Texas Unsettled tonight and
Friday; colder tonight in north por
tion; probably frost in north portion.
- Lecal Data.
VHfc xe ZA
INFANTS IN ARMS
Seattle. Wash. Oct 24. Infants in
arms are passengers under a ruling
received here from the department of
commerce and labor, which upheld the
marine inspectors in fining Capt A.
R. Hunt, of the steamer Dove, operat
ing out of Tacoma. for carrying 109
passengers when the steamer's .cer
tificate of Inspection authorized her
to carry only 100.
Capt Hunt contended that the ex
cess number consisted of babies in
arms who had not been counted.
Laurie Hardware Co., S09 Mills St
HEADS DRY FARMERS
Lethbridge Alta., Oct. 24. AY. R.
Mothcrwoll. minister of education for
Saskatchewan, was elected president ot
the Dry Farming congress, while Dr.
Widtsoe. the retiring president, became
honorary vce president.
The merican Moe uresulont elected
vre l'nif Willi im I.irdmi' ot Kir-.i-I
' ' n m 1 Mrii)j"i ot H lokane i-' anil
' A liiduiik- oi Tiiiot! w
COLQUITT TO URGE PASSAGE -
OF LIBERAL IRRIGATION LAWS
Austin, Tex., Oct. 24. Governor Col
quitt says he will recommend to the 33d
legislature the passage of liberal irriga
tion laws which will give persons an op
portunity for getting water for irrigat
ing purposes at a low cost. Such a law
is designed to benefit the people in the
western section of Texas.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as tbey cannot reach tbe
diseased portion of the ear. There la only on
way to core deafness, and that la by conatltatton
al remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed
condition of tbe mncons lining of the Eustachian
Tube. When tbls tube Is Inflamed yon hare a
rumblinjr sound or Imperfect bearing, and when
it Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and
unless tbe inflammation can be t-ikcu out and
this tnbe restored to Its normal condition, hear
ing will bf destrojd forever, nine cases out ot
ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothfna; but
an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We xv!ll sire One Hundred Dollars for any ease
of ri ifnes (tunned br catarrh) that cannot be
curr-d bv ilal' s Cstsrrh lure bend for circu
F T f-TIEM 4 CO Toledo, 0.
TWO ARE KILLED
IN GLEESON FIGHT
Two Others Receive Severe Inj-ari-as
When Mexican Miners Have a Bat
tle in the Mining Town.
Douglas, Ariz., Oct. 24. Two are dead,
a third badly wounded and a fourth
slightly wounded as the result of a free-for-all
fight between Mexican miners at
Jose Martinez, whose head was
crushed, died without regaining con
sciousness. Vincente Flores was dis
emboweled by a knife wound and died.
Juan Espinosa, abaa 1 Tigre, received a
serious stab oyer the heart. He is in
custody and probably will live. Jose Sino
was stabbed in the breast and escaped.
Officers in all parts of the county are
looking for him.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St
RUSSIAN ADMIRAL ENDS L1FB.
St. Petersburg, Oct 24 Rear admiral
Chagrin, commander of the emperor of
Russia's yacht Standart committed
suicide at his residence yesterday. The
cause of his act is not known. It was
reported at the time of the recent trou
ble among the sailors of the Russian
Black sea fleet that they had arranged
a plot to seize the Standart while the
emperor and imperial family were be
ing convoj ed from Yalta to Sebastopol.
A largre number of bluejackets were
then ai rested.
PR USES KL PASO SHOWING.
Major C E Kellv has reeeitrl a let
t. r from R L. Pollard, of th. state
toar! of fiio inMini'io imc; unlit is
1 Im on th- c !! r t ih r r i , p
1 Miv il.fvti, m ml vi k-
1 Paso Readings.
6 a.m. Sp. m.
Barometer (sea level) 29.94 29.80
Drv thermometer 59 70
Wet thermometer .- 56 59
Dew point 55 52
Relative humiditv 86 52
Direction of wind NE. SE.
Velocity of wind 14 16
State of weather Cldv. Cldy.
Rainfall last 24 hours 16
Highest temp, last 24 hrs. . 78
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 57
Height of river this- morning above
fixed zero mark, 915 feet. Rise in last
24 hours, 0.1 foot.
WAStHWGTON -WAITERS STRUCK.
Washington. D. C Oct 24. Principal
hotels and cafes of the national capital
were guarded by police today as one of
the first developments in the waiters'
strike which began last night and left
many travelers hungry.
Elks, Notice !
Smoker tonight compli
mentary to visiting Elks