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ww Tnrlr V V S'nv. 4. Allison M. I
McFarland, of Newark, X. J., who was
recently acauttted of murdering his
wife, after he had previously been found j
euilty and sentenced to death In
electric chair, has just been arrested by
sovomment officials in New Xork on a
charge of coining spurious half-dollars.
A number of the coins were found in
McFariand's room when he was ar
rested, but he declares he is innocent
of the charge and will explain the cir
cumstances when he is brought to trial.
Ryan, the corner cop, gave us the
best definition of strategy ire have
ever heard. "Stbxategy," says Ryan,
"is whin ye keep right on shootjn' so
the intmy won't know ye're all out av
ammunition." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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striped Madras. Ifs an
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Wholesale and Retail
Cotton Seed Meal and
Phone 36 & 210.
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DECIDED BY VERDICT
CBVtetfen of Auaei for Ivldnaplng
Cmmw ik Blatt Considered
UaNae by Attorneys.
What was considered one of the most
..niniio raV in the history of the legal
t iticnrnHpnn( nf snr conrt terminated
eimnliv nisrht at 9:30 OClOCk When a
jurv in the 34th district court by its
verdict found Ramon Nunez guilty of
kidnaping Edward Blatt and Lawrence
Converse, two Americans, on February
20, 1911. and taking them to Mexican
territory. The Jury fixed the defend
ant's punishment at four"years in the
' state penitentiary.
The not onlv involved the loca
tion of the international boundary line
between the United States and Mexico.
but embraced the feature of an alien i
' kidnaping two American citizens ana I
taking them to a ioreign cuumrj uu
there delivering them into the hands
of federal soldiers, at that time under
the Diaz regime.
That Blatt and Converse were ar
rested on soil over which Mexico ex
ercised jurisdiction and not on Texas
soil, as charged in the indictment, the
attorneys for the defendant based
their defence. In support of this, Cruz
Rev. the mayor of Guadalupe, at the
time the Americans were seised and
taken there, was called as one of their i
witnesses. The exmayor testified that
as mayor of that town he exercised
AiiriAoi -iiivHsAftinn nvpr the territory
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property in question -was owned by
Meluuiado Perea, and was located
about three miles southwest of Tor
nillo, Tex. Perea testified that he at
one time signed a petition addressed
to the international boundary commis
sion in which that commission was
asked to definitely determine the boun
In proof of the proposition that the
crime was committed on Texas soil,
the prosecution introduced the testi
mony of Louis O. Howell, superintend
ent inspector of the United States cus
toms; Capt. J. R. Hughes, of the Texas
state rangers, and sheriff Peyton J.
Edwards. The officials testified that
in their different capacities they had
always exercised judicial dominion
over that strip. It was at the home of
Perea that Blatt and Converse were
taken, and over the objection of the
attorneys for the defence Perea was
allowed to testify that the men who
came after them, dressed in the uni
form of federal soldiers, had asked him
where the boundary line was. Perea
said that he told them it was the river
in front of his house. As Indicated' by
the witness, the men were then on
i this side of the boundary line.
The defendant, who was the last wit
ness placed on the stand Saturday af
ternoon, admitted that he helped to
capture Blatt and Converse, but said
that he only did so at the command of
the federal soldiers. He referred to
the place where the capture was made
as that "vicinity you people eall the
United States." At the time he went
after the Americans the witness stated
that he was under the belief that they
were on Mexican soil. He had moved
from Guadalupe, he said, to escape the
revolution, but since the arrest of the
Americans had never crossed the river.
He said he did" not know why. In
answer to the question of District at
torney Joseph M. Nealon if it was not
a fact that he was arrested the first
time he crossed oyer the line, the wit'
ness said that it was.
Nunoz was arrested in April. There
are three indictments out for the men
who are alleged to have assisted him
in capturing Blatt and Converse. He
was prosecuted by district attorney
Nealon and R. E. Thomason. and de-
fended by Paul Boykin and Will Owen.
G. H. CLERKS WINFLAG
IN AMATEUR LEAGUE
Kferbtfc Straight Victory Gives Players
CtMrapieajibtp Celebration and
BaaijHet Is Planned.
Winning from the Federals Sunday
by the score of 13 to 6. the G. H. & S. A.
c lerks cinched the pennant of the ama
teur league. The victory, in the last
same of the season makes it eight
straight for the G H. players.
Harris and Howser, the battery for
the Federals: Brennan and Bunson for
the G. H. & & U. Brennan won his
eighth game by knocking a home run in
the sixth inning
Score. R. H.
Federals 0 4 001001 0 - 4
G. H.&S.A. 0 3033300 113 11
The G. H. & S. A. clerks are planning
a banquet supper to be given In the
new El Paso del Norte hotel in celebra
tion of winning the pennant without a
Bl'LWAR WINS PIUZE IX
CONTBST OF RIFLE CIVUB.
In the face of a strong west wind
some good scores were made in the
weekly shoot of the SI Paso Rifle club
on the Mundy Heights range Sunday.
Chris Bulwar made the two highest
scores during the month of October
and won the prize. Another prise is
offered "for a similar performance dur
ing the monui of November.
Dr. Samaniego .. ..IS
BALLOON BBLIBVBD LOST
LANDS KEAB ST. PETERSBURG.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 4. George M.
Meyers, president of the Kansas City
Aero club, has received a cablegram
from John Watts, pilot of the balloon
EMisseldorff, one of the entrants in
the international balloon race which
started from Stuttgart. .Germany, stat
ing that he had landed at Pskov. Rus
sia, a short dlstnace from St Peters
burg, and that both Watts and his
aide. Atherholt. were well
A. & X. COLLEGE ELEVBJT
RUNS AWAY -WITH SOLDIERS
In a game of .football at Las Cruces
the football team of troop G Second
cavalry, Vas overwhelmingly defeated
by the New Mexico A. & M. team Sat
urday. The New Mexic college boys ran
away with the soldiers all through the
game, but the boys from Fort Bliss
fought a game battle and lost. The
feature of the game was the kicking
of Mitchell for the army team.
IIUGGINS TO MANAGK CARDINALS
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 4. Miller Hug
gins, second baseman of the St. Louis
Nationals, has agreed to confer with
the club management with a view to
assuming charge in place of Roger
Bresnahan, recently deposed. It Is not
known what offer will be made but
as Huggins has been tendered the
management of the Cincinnati club at
a salary of 37.500, it is expected the
local owners will exceed that offer.
Don't Drug Yourself!
This Simple Home Remedy
WiM Cure Your Cold
Never take drugs for a cough or
cold. The relief they afford Is more
than offset by their disastrous after
effects. But coughing should be
stopped in its first stages before the
throat and bronchials become inflamed
or permanently diseased.
You can make a soothing remedy
that will instantly allay irritation and
speedily stop your cough. Shake to
gother in a bottle two ounces of glyc
erine, eight ounces of pure whiskey
and half an ounce of Virgin Oil of
Pine. A teaspoonful every four hours
is the usual dose, and it can be taken
ith perfect safety by children as well
as hy adults.
To protect yourself against substi
tutes, and insure getting pure and
fresh Virgin Oil of Pine, ask your
druggibt for an original half-ounce
sealed vial. These come only in
wooden cartons bearing oor label.
The I.eaeh Chemical Co.. C1bcIhhhI.
RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK & TRUST 00.
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
Capital and Surplus $360,000. Resources $2,500,000
W. W. Turney, President.
S. T. Turner, Vice President
W. Cooler, Vice President.
T. M. Wingo, Vice President
FOGG GETS DEER
ON ARIZONA TRIP
EI Pasoan Slakes Record Run la Driv
ing 2G4 Miles from San Simon,
Ariz. Brlags Venison Home.
", Howard Fogg, manager of the El
"Paso, Crawford and Airdome theaters,
returned Saturday night from San
Simon, Arlz where he has been on a
10 days' hunting trip with E. R. Lind
say. Mr. Fogg made the trip In his
E. M. F. 30. a distance of 2S4 miles, 22
of of which was over the roughest
kind of a mountain road in the Stein's
Pass country. The theater manager
brought back two deer on the bonnet
of bis auto as trophies of his 10 days'
hunt. One is an unusually fine speci
men of a four year old buck, and Mr.
Fogg will have the head mounted for
hiB office in the Crawford theater
Returning from the trip he made a
record run from San Simon. He ate
lunch there at 11:17 Saturday morn
ing and drove the 264 miles Including
the -mountain road, which was little
better than a trail, in exactly It hours,
arriving here Saturday night at 11:15.
Tom Garrett, of San Simon, and
Charles Welch, of Paradise, accompan
ied Mr. Fogg, and the party shot fiye
deer on the hunting trip, which was
in the Cochise mountains.
Mr. Fogg says the party found plen
ty of quail on the trip also.
A party of Douglas hunters in the
mountains at the time Mr. Fogg was
there, killed thre-s bear.
South sside of Montana, between
Coles and Grant avenues Estate of
Frank B. Cotton to Mrs. A. D. Adams,
lots 25 and 26. block 16, Cotton ad
dition; consideration,- $1300; October 3,
South side of Montana, between
6oles and Grant avenues Estate of
Frank B. Cotton to Mrs. A. D. Adams,
lots 27 and 28. Mock 16. Cotton ad
dition; consideration, $1200; October 7,
On east side of Ange, between Hill
and Cliff streets O. W. Pickering and
wife to Hugh S. White, west one-half
of block 37, Alexander's addition; con
sideration. S3960; October 25, 1912.
South side of Arizona, between Dal
las and Golden Hill terrace Moun
tainside Real Betate company to R. F.
Goerlng and wife, lots 16 and 17, block
6, Golden Hill; consideration. $6000;
October 25. 1813.
El Paso county. Texas Dennis Ffr.ni
to Simon K.tnseiia, lots ii ana 12.
block "F," Government Hill: consider
ation. $400; October 28. 1912.
Southeast corner of Ariaona street
and alley Harris Ivrupp and wife to
M. B. Wesson, lots 6 to 9, block 1,
Golden Hill; consideration, 12680; No
vember 1, 112.-
Southeast corner of
Madison streets Government
company to M. B. Wesson, lots 17 to j
22, block 86. Government Hill: consid- :
oration, J102L26; October 32. 1912. ;
West corner of Hutton street an
on alley J. A. Robertson and wife to '
A. E. Bartlett and wife, lot 1, south
15 feet of lot 2, blcfck 1. Golden Hill:
consideration. S1160; October 26, 1912. 1
Canutillo, Texas H. H, and P. H.
Bailey to James Hibbert, 16.7 acres. ;
Canutillo grant: consideration. $600; ;
October 28, 1912.
Bounded on north by Hill, south by
Cliff, east by St. Vraln, west by Vir- !
ginia F. W. Brown to U. S. Stewart, i
undivided 13-16ths Interest in block ,
39. Alexander's addition: consideration,
$5987.50; October 9, 1912. j
Bounded on the north by High, south 1
by Ange, west by St. Vraln Millard !
Patterson to U. S. Stewart, undivided I
three-fourth's interest in block 64. j
Alexander's addition: consideration.
$4337; October 9, 1912. '
Bounded on the north by Hign, south
by Hill, east by Ange. west by St.
Vraln Millard Patterson to V. 3.
Stewart, undivided three-fourth's in
terest in block 64, Alexander's addi
tion; consideration, $4237; October 9,
Bounded ,on the north by Hill, south
by Cliff, east by St. Vrain. west by
Virginia A. G. Foster to U. S. Stew
art, undivided one-sixteenth's Interest
in blook,39, Alexander's addition: con
sideration. $1112.50; October 9. 1912.
Bounded on the north by High, south
by Hill, east by Ange, west by St.
Vrain Millard Patterson to IT. s. Stew
art, undivided three-fourths interest In
Mock 64. Alexander's addiitian; con
sideration. $4237; October 9, 1912.
Bounded on the north by Hill, south
by Cliff, east by Ange, west by St.
Vraln -El Paso Fuel company to V.
S. Stewart, btock 38, Alexander's addi
tion; consideration, $6509; October 10.
Surrounded by High. Cliff, Ange and
Virginia streets IT. S. Stewart to W.
H. Burges, blocks 38, 39. 68. 64. Alex
ander's addition; consideration, $28.
560; October 26, 1912. (Same property
was conferred on the same date- by
Mr. Burges to E. H. Irvin, J. E. Mor
gan. F. B. Simmons. W. C Whjte. Fred
Woodworth, J. F. Prlmm and Herman
Andreas, constituting the school
North side of La I.UZ. between Stev
ens avenue and Copia street George
Rogers to George C. White, lots 9 and
10. block. 113, East El Paso: consider
ation. $630: October 26. 1912.
Tsleta, Texas Jane B. Christy to
D. L. Anthony, lots 8 and 9. block "B."
Ysleta: consideration, $374.70; October
Licensed to Wed.
Francis C. Pearson and Roe M
Alonzo Picard and Hattie J. Terry.
Santiago Contreras and Francises
Thomas J. Stafford and Carrie
Adine Noake. .
W. J. Strahan and Callle WMtton.
1178 Mrs. P. Raden. 7W North
Ochoa street; five passenger Rambler.
1179 C. F. Slosson. IMS Oregon
street; Yale motorcycle.
1180 Carter Car Sales company. 60S
North Stanton street; five paesenger
1181 J. F. Van Fossau. 119 Fishel
street: four passenger Hupmoblle.
1182 H. C. Billings. 606 North Ore
gon street; two passenger Knox.
GAVK IIIIU THE RIGHT TIP.
My dear friend. I must ask you to
lend me five dollars at once. I have
left my purse at home, and haven't a
cent in my rocket."
"I can't len 1 you five dollars just
now, but can put you in the way of
geting the money at once."
"You are extremely kind."
"Here's a nickel: ride home on the
tr;an and get your purse."
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W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
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ST. LOUIS, MO
IS BEST REACHED VIA
TWO SOLID TRAINS
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Charged With , Murder By Becker
"Bridgey" Webber the dapper little N.-w "Voi k iramir? bona, propiietor.
whom police lieutenant Charles A. Be, ker. in a statement given after he had
been convicted of the murder of gambler Herman Rosenthal, declared was not
only guity of having plotted the murder of Rosenthal, but also with having
planned another murder the killing o f Webber's own partner, "Rachel"
Advertising and Canning.
By IV. " C. KenngH.
Advertising has' probably done more
to foster the haWt of systematic sav
ings than any other one factor.
Banks through newspaper advertis
ing have induced thousands of people
to open savings accounts and to sys
tematically add thereto.
The savings habit once formed leads
to the reading of advertising along
other lines, for your savings bank de
positor is keen to discover ways which
wJH permit him or her to Increase the
ni.o o thnu wh otuallv riennait
each month the difference between ways of living it makes possible, as
what they expected to pay for articles 1 "well as for the time-saving and money
and the amount they bought them for j saving opportnnlttes it presents;
when advertised at special prices.
Then there are those who, with a J If yon are soir.g to fence, get some
given sum as working capital, keep of Lander treated posts. Adv.
H. E Christie, Secretary.
P. L. Atkinson, Assistant Cashier.
J. H. Pollard.
B. M. Woreham.
H. D. Bowman.
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'frmftfMJfttitr 'iw '. ":
close watch of the advertisements ap
pearing on the "Want" page and by ju
dlclous investment turn this capital
again and again crediting the profits
to their savings accounts.
Mere hoarding of money isn't the ob
ject of savings. One should save to
know the value of money to have the
money reaily when Opportunity offers
a reward to the person with ready
Mere reading of advertising to save
a penny here and a dime there on the
cost of an article is not getting the
true value of the advertisements. One
should read advertising for the liberal
I education it affords, for the better
JIHPf Bank & Trust, Co. MM
mamamamSimb" y 'r'f' rTemTTtutfw
Start a Spending Account
E ordinarily tell people to start a SAVINGS
account but this toeek Me are on another tack-
We have yut received mbk feeantifaHy akfceted Savings
Basks. We want ye to call far them and let the children
save, their pearies, nickels and dimes for Santa Claaa money
$1.00 deposit is required for the Bank. This $1.00 3I be returned upon
' surrender of Bmdt.
Bank Bt Trust. Co.
JUST BELOW P .0.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1381.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEEEST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President . OH BASSETT, Ji President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIX. V. Pres. j GEO. D. FLORY, Castas.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cashier.
Makes you save in spite of yourself. A small savbgs bank-
will loan you one if you want to start to save.
Your wages get into the bank whether you put then thete or not.
If you spend all, the other fellow banks yoor money.
Resolve to be the "Other Fellow." Come to us today.
Get one of our beautiful httle savings banks and start the Savings
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS
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AUTOS FOB HIRE Phone 3585 or 449, day or night
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El Paso Rubber and
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YOU SAVE '
El Paso Auto Sales Co.
Office 713 X. Ocaoa St
DSMOH STRATION BY APPOINTMENT
Automobiles, Tracks, Passenger Cars nr
Supplie- Distributors for the Soma
West NEFF-STILES CO.
400 Btock, No. Santa Fe.
Fully equipped Tuleanizircg plant and ?
tanks. Best auto repair dept. in ciiv.
Phone 842. 399 S. Ei Paso St.
This is to your interest. H.ive you anr
chandeliers, brass beds, silverware, or
anything in metals that needs repiattns '
We have the best machinery nnd vwi
of experience in this line. Piion"" lTi
and we will eaB. El Pam Plattag Co,
811 San Antonio Street.
TALLiY IMPLEMENT & VEHICLE CO.
304 San Fraaciaco St.
904 Sax Francises St Paacs 1C:2