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B3L PASO HERALD
Monday, November 4, 1912
Essex Incubators and Brooders
Essex Poultry Remedies
Conkers Poultry. Dog and Stock Remedies
Perfection Hen and Chick Pood
Grit Oyster Shell
Charcoal and Beef Scraps
We have opened up a retail store at 105 N. Stanton for handling, our
Seed and Poultry Supplies
We have placed an experienced seed and poultry supply man in charge, and will
carry a complete stock of High Grade
Garden Flower and Field Seed and poultry supplies
w. d. wise & CO.,
Retail Store: 105 N. Stanton'
Galvanized Drinking Founts; GrU fr Srwff Boxes;
Pood Poppers; Feeding Pans.
Office & Warehouse Cor. 2nd & Chih.
Phone 1 1
Planet, Jr. Garden Tools; Seed Sowers;
Grinding Mills For Poullrymen.
scene of Balkan War and Queens Who Are Aiding Wounded
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That's why we worked and worked hard all day yesterday re
arranging and marking down the enormous stocks for a new spurt
in this gigantic
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Observe in this map how the allies of the Balkan states, in the form of a crescent (the holy sign of the
Turks) are closing in on Constantinople. The Greeks at Salonika, the Montenegrins at Scutari, the Servians at
skat antl Monastlr, and the Bulgarians at Adrlanople, form a net from which. If they are victorious, there will be
w escape for the Ottoman forces. Below are two of the Balkan queens who are devoting their timesoely to the
organization of hospital corps and the collection of funds with which to care for the wounded and to take care of
the wives and and soldiers of the men fighting at the front They are, from left to right: Queen Bleaaor. of Bul
garia, ard queen Milena, of Monteneg ro.
HUSKING- BEE TO BE
HELD AT THE COLLEGE
Old Fashioned Affair to Be Given For
Prof. Willard I Great Football
Game Rspeeted Saturday.
-tate College, N. M., Nov. 4. Invita
tions are out to an old fashioned husk
nig bee to be given by the Agricultural
club in Kadley hall November 7, in
bonor of Prof. R. E. Willard, who has
sent in his resignation as assistant in
agronomy. Mr. Willard has a position
with the Texas experiment station and J
will take up his duties there the first of
Misses Josephine Morton and Buth
Thompson entertained a few friends at j
a Hallowe'en supper, all the decorations j
being carried out typically Hallowe'en.
The crowning feature was a large cake.
on top of which was balanced a very '
lifelike black cat The chief amuse
ment of the evening was cards. The
guests were the Misses Medlar, Miller,
Edna and Sylvia Anderson.
Miss Myrtle Thorner has returned to
her home, in Kelly, N. M.
Lloyd Shannon of Douglas, Ariz., has
returned to his home there.
On Friday, November 8, one of the
biggest football games of the year will
be played at Las Cruces between the
college team and the University o Ari
zona. Dr. Garrison has declared a
half-holiday for that day, no more
school to be beld until the following
Monday, unless by chance the Aggies
should be defeated, in which case there
will be classes on Saturday.
Miss Lilian Parker? who has been
quite iU with typhoid fever, is improv
ing and will be able to return to school
in a couple of weeks.
The masquerade ball given by the
students in the gymnasium was largely
attended' and many very good disguises
Prof. Ctntstensen gave an Instructive
talk on the "Constituents of proteids,"
MRS. L. T. DECK, Proprietress.
Nice Clean Booms. Transients Accommodated.
Bates by Week or Month. Light
TOIOlf DEPOT AWD MEXICO CARS PASS THE DOOR.
MBS. L. T. DECK, Prop.
314 1-2 S. El Paso St
EL PASO, TEXAS.
followed by a general discussion of the
The executive committee of the
Alumni association met at the home of
the chairman, Mrs. MV L. Hoblit. The
chairmanship was resigned and the
place filled by Miss Fannie Ford for the
balance of the year. The principal bus
iness transacted was the organization
of the work to interest the old students
in the old students' reunion set for
The Columbian held an enthusiastic
meeting and an address was given by
Prof. Vaughan on the legality of a dis
puted clause in the Paunceforte treaty
concerning the payment of canal tolls
through the Panama canaL Prof.
"Wiggs, who succeeds Prof. Kyle in the
Kngllsh department, was critic. The
program for the next meeting is as fol
lows: Paper. "A report of the Balkan
war," John Bergin; selection from Mas
terpieces of Humor Eckert Stablein;
piano solo, Clarence Stuppi; debate, "Re
solved, that our present immigration
laws should be so amended as to pro
vide further material restriction of Im
migration," affirmative. Russell Hank,
Norfleet Bone; negative, Caspar Rea
and Cataiug Clay.
Stuart K. Baker, formerly of th re
clamation service at Hlephant Butte,
has a position in the Missouri Pacific
railroad offices at St Louis.
MANY HOBSES FOB
THE JUABEZ TBACK
M. J. Winn, general manager C the
Juarez Jockey club, arrived here Sat
urday from Louisville, Ky., to perfect
arrangements for the 100 davs of rac
ing to begin on Thanksgiving day at
Juarez, Mex. He declares that the
coming season will see the largest
number of horses and owners ever at
the Mexican track over the river.
This week will break more records because we have made still
greater reductions in prices that had already been cut the quick.
We worked yesterday getting ready for the Biggest week in our
history. WE HAVE TO GET OUT OF THE RETAIL BUSINESS
and the entire stock must be sold, and the time is limited.
There is not a wearable for man, youth or boy that you cannot get
here way underpriced way under its worth.
EI Paso9 s Greatest Bargain Center
is right here right now, and today and all week will be gala , days.
New Styles, New Fresh Stocks, Finest Materials.
ITS YOUR AD VANTA GE- TAKE IT
Come Today. Come Tonight. Store Open Until 9 P. M.
HEW MEXICO BAPTISTS WILL MEET
MM IN MJMOGHO CHURCH
Itnrlcr OH Hentcrx.
Laurie HardwareTn , 3"'' Mills St.
Democrats-Hold Pinal Bally;
Tiling Company Formed
by Alamogordo Men.
Alamogordo, N. M-, Nov. 4. The Bap
tist State convention of New Mexico
will convene with the First Baptist
church of this olty Wednesday, No
vember S at 7:30 p. m. The opening
sermon will be preached by Rev. Fred
erick Huhns, of Estancla. Prepara
tions have been made for the enter
tainment of all accredited delegates and
ministers who may attend.
Wednesday morning at 10 oclock the
Pastor's Conference of New Mexico
will be held, at which time the follow
ing program will be carried out:
10:00 a. m. IDevotional exercises by
Rev. Roy L. Day, of Columbus.
10:30 a. m. Reports from the fields.
11:00 a. m. "Factors essential to the
evangelisation of New Mexico," Bev. P.
W. Longfellow. Albuquerque, Rev. W.
2:00 p. m. "The Sunday school as an
educational agency," Rev. Milton Heece,
Carlsbad, Rev. A. K. Boyd, 1 Paso.
3:30 p. m. "The mission of the Bap
tists in New Mexico," Rev. H. F. Ver
million, Las Cruces, Rev. William Cook
4:30 p. m. Organisation.
The convention will continue in ses
sion during the remainder of the week,
the program for the following days
being arranged as the business of the
convention may require.
The Woman's Missionary union of
New Mexico will hold its annual con
vention Wednesday morning at the
Qraee M. E. church in this city, the pro
gram being as follows:
9:00 a. m. Devotional exercises, led
by Mrs. William Cooksey, Alamogordo.
0:30 a. m. Convention called to order
by the president.
3:30 a. m. Address of welcome, Mrs.
J. S. Baker, Alamogordo; response, Mrs.
Roy M. Perry, Deming.
10:00 a. ro. Annual address of presi
dent; appointment of committees.
11:00 a. m. Report of treasurer, Mrs.
S. D. Calloway, Clovis; report of cor
responding and field secretary. Miss
Alma Harris, Clovis; address, "Our re
sponsibility to children."
12 :00 Adjournment
2:00 p. m. Devotional exercises, led
by Mrs. B. T. Link. Las Cruces.
2:20 p. m. Report of associated sec
retaries. 2:40 p. m. Address. "Training our
young women for service," Mrs. B. B.
Atwood, El Paso.
3:00 p. m. Report of the executive
committee and other committees.
4 .00 p m Introduction of represen
tatives of the several mission boards.
The work of this convention is ex
pected to be especially significant in
that it is the first regular convention
held since the reorganization of the
state convention at Clovis last spring
The convention will be composed of
delegates from all the Baptist churches
of New Mexico and as a body -will be
the most important of the kind ever
held in this state. Provision has been
irade for a large number of delegates.
Clotilng Rally of Campaign.
The closing Democratic rally of the
present political campaign was held
here under the auspices of the Wilson
Marshall club of Otero county. A rep
rcsentative crowd participated in the
rallv in the district court room and en
jf el the several addresses. Some dis
appointment was felt in that the prin
cipal speaker o' the evening. George
Kstes. of El Paso, wai unavoidably de
la ed by an unruh automobile and did
not reach the citj until after nine
oclock. The interval, however, was
filled by addresses by Geo. M. Moffit,
of Orogrande. a member of too late
state constitutional convention from
this county, and J. L. Lawson, of this
city, chairman of the Wilson-Marshall
club. A feature of the evening was the
reading of Gov. Wilson's statement of
principles to the American people by
Mies Avery Olivar. of this city.
Tiling Cenctaay Formed.
A movement fraught with much ma
terial benefit to this section has been
inaugurated here in the organisation
of a company for the manufacture of
tiling to be 'used in subirrigation. This
company will be known as the Alamo
Sub-Irrigating Tile company and was
organized with the following officers:
L. N. Jones, president; A. F. Menger,
secretary, and J. P. Lewis, treasurer,
the company is composed of men who
are interested in sub-irrigation and
have been experimenting along that
line with marked success. Machinery
has been ordered for the making of til
ing for this purpose and a fully
equipped plant will be constructed
during the present month.
By means of sub-irrigation in accord
ance with the process planned, it is es
timated that sufficient moisture can be
supplied with about one-fourth of the
water necessary for surface irrigation.
The estimated cost per acre for pre
paring land for subirrigation accord
ing to the plans of the promoters, will
be about $130 per acre, and in view of
the fact, as claimed, that sub-irrigation
is much more effective than surface
irrigation, this expense will be compar
atively small. This system of irriga
tion is also expected to have a most
salutary effect on irrigation by means
of wells and pumping plants, which is
now only in its incipient stage in the
The cold nights during the past week
have been especially damaging to veg
etation, and as a result the beautiful
shade trees of the city are rap'dly shed
ding their foliage.
Heating: Steves Kvery Slee and Price.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St.
KLBCTIOX MAKES TRAVKf.
LIGHT OS ALL RAILROADS
Travel is light, hotel business is slim
and the merchants are having a tem
porary slump in the outoftown trade
because of the approaching election
Tuesday. Few people are traveling,
because they wish to be at home to
vote The hotel registers show that
only a small part of the usual Sunday
and Monday arrivals are here this
week Few are coming from the sur
rounding towns and cities, as they do
not wish to be away from home on elec
tion day. The travel at the union sta
tion is noticeably light, and the Golden
State Limited trains are running with
few passengers, because of the election.
FIRST FREEZK OF SB VSOX.
Valentine, Tex., Nov. 4. The first
real cold snap, with killing frost, has
just struck Valentine valley. Ice
also appeared on surface tanks and
shallow water Immature corn is dam
aged and ha ing also will come to a
The Man of the Hour In th Balkans
King FerdtMBd, of Bulgaria, and er -whose directions his vtetortoas army
has succeeded la taralag the Turkish t orees at Adriasople aaa avaaelag to
Delicious hot tamales and salt sp-ays.
Elite Confectionery Co. Adv.
Hardware Co.. 30 Mills St.
Ice rrrnm Is a dolielous dsrt sum
mer oi Hinki Order now foe;Sunday.
Klito Oonfei tionery. Adv.
Heatiug stoTcK Kvery llse and Price.
Li'iin Il.mlMjre Co. 309 Mills St.
C0UBTS TO BEGIN
On account of the impending general
election, the opening day of the Novem
ber term of the district and county
courts, which should have been Mon
day, was practically postponed until
The grand jury of the 34th district
court was empaneled and the members
went into session.
Judge A. S. J Eylar, of the county
court, stated he would formally open
that court for the new term Wednes
day morning, at which time the crim
inal docket will be taken up. County
attorney W. W. Bridgets Is preparing
the criminal case settings for the term.
The Fullen-Ahkren case, wherein the
two Roswell. X. M, attorneys are
charged with aggravated assault grow
ing out of the incident which occurred
in the lobby of the Angelus hotel in
which it was alleged the attorneys' at
tempted to take Mrs. Dorothy Fullen's
child aav from her, has been con
tinued until the January term of the
j lountj court
IN BONNIE MINE
Maaager Kyback Has Sow Red OxMe
Ore that Hubs 45 Percnt Copper,;
e!n Is Eight Feet Thick.
O Rjback. general manager of the
Bonnie mine at Lordsburg. is in the cit
looking after a shipment of some high
grade ore which he lc now taking out
of th" mine on the 250-foot level. A
wall of this red oxide ore eight feet
thick has bcn encounrared, and next
week Mr Ryback is going to begin
crosscuttin..' through the wall. The ore
averages 12-15 percent copper and will
run about $75 a ton, manager Ryback
sajs, according to the smelter peo
ple. Selected samples of the ore ran
The Bonnie is now shipping two or
thrt- carloads of ore a week to the El
Paio smelter and work is progressing
steadilv Manager ..ba.-k beliees it
is ore of the best mne-. in. the south
west .inn " it i now jro ed prop
erty He says the ore body on the 150
foot level is .'0 feet wide and that Hit
red oide vein is eight feet The ret
of the (rt i not so h'Rh in mineral, but
is a srood shipping oru.