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EL PASO HERALD
THursday, "SFovemrjer 7, 1912
AS JUAREZ MAYOR
Mat to Raa Agate ter the Office
State LeglrtatHre Reftse te Sanc
tion His Appointment.
Juan X Medina today wired his resig
nation as municipal president of Ciudad
Juarez to governor Abraham Gonzalez
at the state capital. This will enable
Medina to ran for mayor in the elec
tions on the last of next month. This
v.-ould not be made possible if he re
mained in office, according: to a pecu
A feud between the governor and the
tate senate, headed by Anrelano
'ronzalez, secretary of state, is held ac
i uuntable for the Juarez mix-up. The
governor is said to be for Medina, while
t o state senate, represented by cer
:a c persons in Jsarez, will advocate
the candidacy of Lopez 4e Nat a. at
present judge of the minor coart at
Col Medina is recognised as tee
mayor-elect of Juarez as a result of the
elections last year. But he has serve-i
only as an appointed mayor, the elec
tions being contested. Two weeks ago,
Medlra received an appointment Jut
mayor of Juarez, and, believing that
the contested elections would result in
b s r .vor, accepted. But a few days
ago the state senate met and nnllifl-t3
Tr.s left Medina in a peculiar pre
dicament. The state law does not per
mit reelection, and any officeholder
i 'ust resign before running" for of
fice, whether elected or appointed. In
accepting the appointment, Medina
ould have remained in office the full
two years had his previous election
tepn ratified by the senate.
HOTEL MEXICO CASES
merieaa SMIexs, Mexican Consul,
Po-wcll Roberta and Detectives
Douglas, Ariz , Nov. 7. The famous
hotel Mexico cases, in which Ueuts.
Ho'j"d and Holderness of the Ninth
i. S cavalry. Mexican consul Cuesta,
Powell Roberts and Rieardo Diaz, a de
tective, were accused of searching the
1-otcl -wthout a warrant, were dis
missed at noon. All prisoners were in
court at the time. County attorney Gil
more moved the dismissal, making a
short explanatory speech. He said CoL
Guilfoyle received orders from the
secretary of war to arrest a Mexican
outlaw. He had supposed a civil
officer -would te there with a warrant
He no doubt violated the law in search
ing the hotel, but he promised there
i ould be no recurrence Gilmore prom
ised that the civil and military author
.ties would work in closer harmony
in the future United States attorney
Morrison spoke briefly, corroborating
Gilmore He said, however, he didn't
iri-it an" offence had been committed",
ar.d had no apologies to make.
The result was no surprise, as the
numerous continuances led to the be-!-ef
that this would be the outcome.
Inimei:ati-ly after the trial, sheriff
Wheeler stated he believed he acted as
the law directed in racking the arrests
c""5 of the same nature. The court- '
: oom VS14, crowded.
Montr' al. Can., Nov 7. A wireless
messa? today from the Canadian
i " al steamer Royal George, which
went aground In the St. Lawrence river
near Quebec last night, confirmed ear
lier news that 400 ef the vessel's 901
ncssopsers had been taken off. Four
tusrs sere standing by when the mes-
a?f was sent and it is believed the
v ork of transferring the passengers ment when the lives or nine officers
continued through the night j of tne law were on the knees of the
A dispatch from Quebec earner this J.1- . i .
morning announced all the passengers In tbe o81 were rangers Wemter
and 'Tcrv were safe and Baker, of A and B companies re-
Say Waer Is Safe. j spectively: special operatives Thomp-
Quebec. Canada, Nov. 7. About 400 ! on and Ross, of the federal depart
o: the passengers from the Royal 1 ment of justice, and deputy United
fieoj-p-- .irr-Ued here today on board a
t nle: They were later taken to Hon- i
treal on special trains.
C- pt Belanger of the steamer Savoy,
.10 passed the Royal George todaj.
noes not think the liner is in a dan
gerous position She went ashore on
i ho torn of sand and gravel and only
her fore part touched bottom.
The North, an -old ferry boat, which
brought the load of passengers to this
' itv returned to the Royal George to
il . but a strong wind prevented her
getting near ths wrecsed liner to take
off the remaining passengers. The
cruiser, a big tug. also failed to reach
the Royal George.
The captains of these two vessels re-
orted the -waves were rolling so high
it was dangerous for them to try and
o .-Jongfiide the liner. They said there
were several hundred' steerage passen
gers still on board.
! KOERALS UKPORT VICTORY
OVER XAPATA'S FOUOMEKS
Mexico City. Mexico. Nov. 7. What
ai 'tccrs to hare been the severest de-
leat in many months was administered
to the Zapatistas within six miles ofi
Cuernavaca by Gens. Blanquet and An
geles. Tbe losses are not given in the
offcial messages, but Gen. Blaaquet In
his report to the president assures him
that the insurgents abandoned their po
sitions and fled after a fight of three
You Should Have
Seen the Pimples
Rat Sow Her Face Is the Fairest ef
tfee 1 -. Sac te Stuarfs
Those dimples are like pearls
mliv clu-ter when Stuart's Calcium
Wpfcrs clear the face of every pimple,
spot and blemish. And even if you
haven't dimples, the clear, transparent
skin of a healthy, Calciurrt Wafer com
plexion is more radiant than the deft
, ouch' of an artist to the most exquis
ite water color
Stuart's Calcium Wafers act directly
upoi the sweat glands of the skin,
since their mission is to stimulate the
excretory ducts. They do ot create
p tspiration, hut cause the skin to
breathe out vigorously, thus transform
ing perspiration into a gaseous vapor.
The calcium sulphide- of which these
wafers are composed, consumes the
germ poisons in the sweat glands and
pores, hence the blood makes a new,
smooth skin in a surprisingly short
Ton will never be ashamed to look
at yourself in a mirror, once you use
Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Nor will your
friends give you that hinting look, as
much as to say for goodness sake, get
rid of those pimples.
There is no longer any excuse for
anyone to have a face disfigured with
skin eruptions, when it is so easy to
set ri'l of them. Simply get a box of
Stuart s Calcium Wafers at any dru;r
store and take them according to direc
tions. After a few davs you will hardlv
Tcoirnize yourself in the mirror. The
1,'nte will delight you immensely. All
niches will disappear
Ml drupgists sell Stewarts Calcium
afi.rs at 30 cents a box Advt,
BBBBBaMV V BB 2BBBBBU
When A Mexican Nearly Made
Officers Slaughter Each Other
Story of the Mexican Revolution and 1 Paso, That Is Just Coming to Light
Recognition of a Voice Saves Lives.
HERE'S a plot for a dramatie situa
tion In a moving picture sce
nario, and it happened m in El
Paso one night last July. It has all
the elements of impending tragedy
without actual fatality, and, while the
actors in it are inclined to minimize
the danger, there was one tense
States marshal Rogers, in one group;
and deputy sheriff N. S. Good, Sergt.
W. D. Greet, and officers Frank Wil
liams and William Stewart, of the Bl
Paso city police force.
The locale was a mile northwest of
the end of Mesa avenue- in the thick
brakes where smugglers of ammuni
tion to the rebels find concealment. It
was to frustrate an exploit of this
nature that the party, including the
rangers and the federal officers, were
sent to the spot. Tbe tip had come
from an apparently reliable source
that a quantity or cartridges and
small arms were cached In the bottoms
and were to be run across the river
It was after supper that an excited
Mexican, evidently breathless from sus
tained effort rushed into the sheriff's
office and told deputy Good that a
fight was in progress between offi
cers and smugglers in the brakes.
Good got the members of his party
MORMON COLONY SITE ,
IS NOT YET SELECTED I
lumber Yard and Teat Camps in EI I
Pase Abandoned; Refugees to Re
Mormons are looking for 5000 acres
of land upon which to colonize 100
refugee families who are now in El
Paso, having come here from Mexico.
Junius Romney and O. P. Brown have
returned from Carlsbad. N. M., where
they have been examining tracts In
that valley with a view to locating the
colonists there. They have also exam
ined tracts in the Mesilla and El Paso
valleys and as soon as the land Is ob
tained which meets with the require
ments of the Mormons, the colonists
will be taken there from El Paso.
The lumber camp and tent camp have
been abandoned by the refugees, who
are now living in, rented houses In dif
ferent parts of Bl Paso. As soon as
the colonization plan can be worked
out, the project will be presented to
the' church and, with its approval, all
of the colonists will be located on 50
acre tracts, where they ean become
self-supporting, pending the return to
ARMY CLAIM BOARD
AGAIN IN EL PASO
WiH Hear a Number of Sew Claims,
Including- That of Richard Drown,
the Hospital XHrse.
Tbe army claim board has returned
from Douglas and will hear a number
of new claims in El Paso before ad
journing to Washington. The case of
Richard Brown, the hospital nurse with
the insurrecto army, will be presented
to the army board by attorney Beaure- J
gard Bryan while the commission is
here. An effort is being made to lo
cate Brown, but this has been impos
sible and the documentary evidence in
the case will be presented to the board
here. Brown was Imprisoned in the
Juarez jail at the sarie time that Blatt
and Converse were being held there.
XKDKLS ATTACK TOWS
NEAR. CITY OF XONTKRKY
Monterey, Mexclo, Nov. 7. For two
days Insistent rumors have been cur
rent here regarding an attack on the
town of Mier y Noriega, in this state,
by rebels under a leader named Exigb)
Kguia, who has a fighting lot of men
who are tearing up things in general
in the southern part of Nuevo Leon.
No confirmation of the reports has as
yet been procurable, but federal sol
diers have gone from here en route to
The men under Gguia arc said to be
from San Luis Potosi, and from the
town of Dr Aroyo. Capt Pedro Her
nandez, who was successful in put
ting down the rebel movements in the
Rayones section some time ago has
been sent out against Eguia at the
head of Nuevo Leon volunteers.
LongweH'K Into For litre.
rail 1 for the finest auto in Kl Pis
IZa Wolf drnes it Advertisement.
who has an office
wants it to look right
He wants convenient
. nishings such as will
dignity to his office.
. We make a specialty of
supply anything from
the most pretentious.
San Francisco Street
together and followed the guidance of
. "They're there." whispered the guide,
when about a mile from the end of
Mesa avenue, and he waved his hand
to the eastward.
"Throw up your hands and come
out!" commanded Good.
There was no response.
"Throw up your hands or I'll fire I"
called the officer.
Then came a voice from out of the
"That sounds like Good," said ranger
Baker to his companions. "Oh, Good?"
"Right Who's there?" was the an
It took but a fraction of a moment
for understanding to come to the op
posing forces. It was a near thing.
But for Baker's recognition of the
deputy's voice the shooting would have
started, and the finish would have
been' slaughter, if not extermination
for all, as the men were not more than
75 feet apart Following explanations
the united command sought the Mexi
can. He had placed the first party in
the position they occupied, and then
had led the others to a position direct
ly opposite and came close to "starting
something." But the informant-guide
had flitted in the gloom, which was
well for him. ' I
Throw in the picturesque smuggler,
tbe cache in the brakes, a maid to
love a ranger, the Mexican who hates
the gringoes and would Joy in their
annihilation, the tense moment of the
call would It make a "movie?" Lots
worse are being reeled off each day.
And this would be founded on fact
with a few trimmings of romance.
COLONY AFFAIRS TO
BE WOUND UP HERE
H. S. Harris Will Go to Mexican Cel-
onics to Gather up Records for
Mormon records and papers are to be
brought from the colonies to El Paso
in order that the affairs of the Mor
mon colonies may be finally settled. H.
S. Harris, of the central committee in
El Paso, has arranged to go to Colonla
Dublan and Colonia Juarez by way of
Hachlta, N. M., to collect these records
and bring them to El Paso. As soonas
he returns with the documents, A. W.
Ivans, apostle of the, church and presi
dent of the colonization company in
Mexico, will be telegraphed to and will
come here from Salt Lake to supervise
the work of closing the business af
fairs of the colonies.
BURNING OF CARS
The burning of 10 Mexican Central
freight cars in Juarez a few days ago
has resulted in a careful invescigat'on.
as it is believed that the equipment was
wantonly destroyed. A railwav em
ploye of the yards has been arrested,
and the yardmaster is said to be miss
ing. The cars were to have been used
on the following day by federal troops
uu uw luiiowing uay ay, leuerai iroops
to transport supplies to federal garrl- I
sons on tne central line. The case 13
under the jurisdiction of the federal
court, which handles all railway acci
dents and losses.
TRUNKS H"II.T.EI) WITH RKBKI,
AMMTJKTTltfN PROP OPKN DOORS
Rebel refugees wao nave business on
the third floor of the federal building
look with 'onglng eyes on the half
docen burlap covered steamer trunks
which are used to prop open doors and
for improvised seats in the hallways of
the federal building. These trunks con- j
tain hundreds of rounds of ammunition.
They were sensed during the brisk busi
ness of border smuggling and are sup
posed to be in the custody of the de
partment of justice officers Instead
they are scattered over the third floor
and could be opened and their contents
carried away by anyone with the in
clination and the nerve to get away
with their contents.
Southwestern Fuel Co. Full measure.
NEW PASTOR IS COMING IN
AUTO FROM PUEBLO, COLO.
Rev. H. G. Porter, the recently ap-
church, is motoring to El Paso from j
Pueblo. Colo., and is expected to arrive !
in El Paso Pritlav evening. Rev. Mr. I
Porter is accompanied by his family and
he will preach his first sermon Snnday
.it the Mvrtle aenne church.
Vuto For Hire. I
fall nhnne 1 for the fast safe ear of I
I.ongwc li's I3d Wolf dnpo ,t -d
Southwestern Fuel to. I uU m-aaui '
such goods, and can
the most, modest to
TO BE EIGHT ROOMS
Jelly & Ware Bay Half of n Block la
BasHett's Addition; nouses Fin
ished on Rio Grande.
Turner A Davis are building a two
story, eight-room brick residence on
Montana street, between Maple and
Rosewood streets. The Jxutlding 4s to
Halfef a Block Sold.
This firm sold Jolly & Ware the
south one-half of block 100 in Bassett
addition, which will be improved with
modern residences. The purchase price i
for the ground was 57,268.
RIe Grande Homes Finished.
The Mayfleld Realty company has
completed several houses on Rio
Grande. Bliss and Montana streets. They
are a five-room brick bungalow at 2859
Rio Grande street, built for . Bomel
Kolar at -sr cost ef t,T60: a six-room
bungalow at 28S1 Rio Grande street
for Miss Minnie C Kerskle, costing
$3,500, and foundations for a five-room
bungalow next to the home of Mr.
Kolar have been laid. The new bunga
low residence of Dr. John R. Hunter in
the 2290 block on Montana street is
finished and occupied by 'him. In ad
dition, the company la building two
five-room brick bungalows in the 3S0O ,
Diock on Bliss street, to cost $,u
each, and a three-room brick bungalow
in block 2S, East El Paso, for Manuel
Aguilar, to cost $1,500.
The home of Dr. A. R. Klein In the
SC00 block on Montana street Is nearing
Six New Homes.
The Perry-Kirkpatrlck Hefctty com
pany is building six brick residences on
McKinley I avenue in Morningside
Heights addition to cost from $3500 to
A Ferguson is building a one story
brick residence at tbe corner of Da
kota and San Diego streets In Highland
Park to cost $1000. '
The Grand View Realty company has
sold Agnes II. Metcalf lots 9 and 10.
in block 79, Grand View, for $500.
Trost & Trost are preparing plans
for a five room bungalow home for Dr.
lames Vance to cost about $4500. It is
to be built on Montana street near Cot
ton avenue. This same firm is drawing
Dlans for a bandstand to be erected in
the main plasa. in Tucson, Ariz., to cost
about $2500 and has just finished plans
for a two story residence for Dr. M. J.
Moran, of Demlng, N. at. to cost $6600.
Uhvs Cetten Addition Lots.
Mrs. Alice Merchant has bought lots
29. 30, 31 and SI in block 1C of Cotton
addition, facing Montana street; and
lots 1 to 4 in block 21 In the same addi
tion from A P. Coles and Bros., for
$4400. Lots 7 and S in block IS on
Boulevard have been sold to S. S.
O. W.Thumm has sold the four room
brick at 2911 Oro street, to Mrs. C. T.
Gomez for $2375. The ground Is 37 1-2
by 140 feet, and is In the Alta Vista
school district. There is a great deal
of activity in real estate in that sec
tion. Hawkins Bros, made the sale.
BOY WITH ASSAULT
Patrick Mullally, aged 16 years,
charged with being a delinquent child,
was nlaceri on trial In the Muntv CAiirt
Thnnav mfirainc Tt was oIIaotajI In
the complaint that the defendant
criminally assaulted Irene Cassiano.
who was said to .be only ctx years of
age. The mother of the girl testified
t th t ,, ThnrBav nstn?
at tne trial innrsaay morning.
TWO ATJTOS LEFT OUT OX
STRBBT ARK TAKBX BY POLICE
In line with the crusade the police
have instigated against the automobile
left standing on the streets at night
without lights burning, sergeant W. D.
Greet and mounted policeman Sid Ben
son towed two machines tov the police
-nation Wednesday night. One wasj a
red delivery automobile docketed ito
John Doe, said to belpng to the Tutile
Paint and Glass company. Tbe auto
mobile was released on a "P. R.," pend
ing the trial of its owner. The second
automobile brought In by the police
had no number on it
LoBgtvell'H Auto For nire.
Call 1 for the, finest auto in El Paso.
K.l Wolf drives it. Advertisement
D. L. Garner, of Beeville. Texas, is
here visiting his brother, sergeant Lon
Garner, of the police department.
State or Ohio. Citt or Toledo. 7
i Lvcas Couim . (ss-
Fbank J. Chenet mikes oath that he It ceolsr
t r.irtner or the firm of P. J. Chssl Jk r,. Antnm
bijJoras In the City of Toledo. County and State
alorasM. an4 that aid Dm will pay tbe nun o!
ou uu.NUHtu DOLLAJts lor cxcn cod every
gA gri01 enrea r "" :
' frank j. che.EY.
wm to btor? at ind robsenbrd la my presence.
!Uy December, a. ix. LEABOJf
5 SEax Xotart Pt biic.
Hail 3 Catarrh Cure Is taken Intemallv and rrtr
UmUy upon the blood and raucous surface ot the
I"- moo lor u-tlmuo -us. me
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Take H&ll s amdy Fills tor cunatipstiuu.
Is the Best Located Suburb of El Paso,
and Location Is Everything.
Location Makes Values.
Just beyond' East El Paso Addition with the beautiful Government Hill-Fort
Bliss paved Boulevard running right through it lies Government Hill the fast
est growing suburb of El Paso. Where thousands of dollars have been spent on
beautiful homes and high class improvements during the past few months.
Government Hill is on high ground where beautiful views of the city and valley
may be obtained only a few minutes car ride from the. heart pf El .Paso, yet
entirely free from the noise, smoke and dust. The soil is rich and garden truck
and flowers may be raised in abundance.
An Ideal Home Place For Your Family
Fathers and mothers who want their children tb grow up absolutely free from
contaminating influence, yet with accessibility to exceptional educational facili
ties, should consider Government Hill, the "Home" place for all the family.
The steady flow of homes eastward is irresistible. Values are advancing rapid
ly, so if you want to make a choice selection at the existing prices you had best
see us at once. Phone us, write us, or call at our office and any one of our fine
automobiles are at your service.
PribeSf Now Are $150 and Up
The Hamilton. .Mont., Times, of June
H. said: "The Alabama minstrels gave
an. enjoyable entertainment in their big
tent last night to a good audience.
"The minstrel men made a splendid
showing in their red coats and bats,
and tbe music by their band was ex
The company will exhibit at the cor
ner of Kansas and MHls streets Friday,
The Butte Miner, of Butte, Mont-, said
on June 8 of the show:
"An old time minstrel evening and a
revival of plantation songs delighted
a tent full of Butte amusement seekers
who attended last night's Alabama min
strel show. A company of genuine
negro men furnished fun galore and
an entertainment which, in these days,
is a refreshing novelty. It has often
been said that there Is no minstrel
like the real darkey himself. He is as
keen to see the fun possibilities in bur
lesquing his race as Is the white man.
A street parade and band concert in
the evening prefaced the performance."
AT THK CRAWFORD.
The "Siege of the Alamo" will be
presented tonight, Friday, Saturday af
ternoon and night at the Crawford.
Mr. Taylor says that this play will
be the best yet and that is going
some. The plot is laid in San Antonio
during those early days which have
made Texas famous rn American his
tory, and the costumes and scenery
used are true to that period.
The last act shows the Alamo and
the battle scene in which a full com
pany of United States soldiers take
part. This promises to be one of the
most vivid scenes ever shown in any
play house here.
The box office at Ryan's opens at
10 oclock, so get your tickets early,
is the advice. Adv.
AT TUB BL PASO.
Next Sunday and Monday nights,
with a matinee Sunday, Frederick
Thompson will offer "Polly of the Cir
cus" at the El Paso.
This favorite play with its circus
clown, horses and sawdust ring, needs
no introduction, as the sweet story it
tells has produced a heart throb which
has been countrywide.
The seat sale opens Saturday morn
OPKXIXG SKlVTIXG HIPPODROME.
The Hippodrome skating rink. El
Paso's most modern amusement enter
prise, will open Thursday evening at
7:30, with a full and competent corps
of attaches and a most modern and
Complete equipment. ,
Mornings from 10 a. m. to 12 a. m.
all persons so desiring can secure a
weekly permit to receive instructions
and experience in the art of skating,
free. Skating from 2:30 p. m. until
5 30 will be ISc, admission free.
i Every evening from 7:30 until 11
admission will be 10c, skating 2c ex
tra, except on Tuesdays and Fridays
from 8-30 until 11 p. m.. which will
be for members of the 01mpic club
exclusively. Membership dues will be
$5 a month, which entitles the holder
to free access at any and all times to
the rink, also skates. All parcels will
be checked free, a woman attendant
will be on hand, and the strictest dis
cipline will he enforced. This rink
will cater to the very best people, and j
a board of directors has been selected
to goern every club night and to dic
tate as to the management. Every
Saturday evening from 2.30 until 5:30
the rink is reserved for the children
of the Sunshine club, free. For mem
bership blanks apply to Ryan's drug
store, or phone the Crawford thea
M-m SKVITOR HS NEPHEW
MAIM, 0 PROSPECT .UESl'E
D. W. Lawler, nominated for United
States senato' from Minnesota, is a
neplu if M It Pin.in, of 501 Pros
tert nin'it i:i F'.iso. Both are Demo
10 Down;. 5
Marr Latta & Happer
r ST. LOUIS, MO. 1
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women and children. It :s sold at drug
and department stores and toilet goods
counters for only ao cents a large
bottle. Ask for Purteta Sage Hair
Tonic for your own protection. Tne
girl with the Auburn hair is on every
carton and bottle.
THKEB FIRK AL VRMS FOR
SMALL BLAZBS WEDNESDAY
Beginning at 2 50 oclock Wednesday
afternoon, the Central fire company
responded to three alarms Wednesday
The first alarm was turned in at that
hour for a fire in a shed in the rear
of the residence. 122S Texas street.
There was no damage.
Hot ashes thrown into a trash box
at 111 West Boulevard called the com
pany at 5:55 oclock Wednesday after
noon. No damage resulted. An alarm
was turned in at seven oclock that
night for a fire of an unknown origin
wheh started a blaze in a car of lum
ber belonging to the Missouri. Kansas
& Texas Railroad company, which was
on the siding near First street There
was a slight damage done to the lum
ber before the fire was extinguished.
STVBBED BLT RKFTSES TO
SAME HIS ASS.VIL.V3ir
Tomas Ramos was brought to the
emergency hospital at the police sta
tion, Thursday morning, suffering with
a dangerous stab wound over the heart
That the wound was not fatal was at
tributed to the fact that the knife
struck a rib In its course. Further than
saying he was assaulted about two
The Best Way?wGo To Your Doctor
No sense in running from one doctor to another! Select the best
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for your cough. Carefulry, deliberately select the best cough medi
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Parisian Sage drives out all dandruff
and stops hair from falling in two
weeks. It stops itching scalp in 12
It is a hair nourisher and promptly
puts life, luster and beauty into duu.
faded and ill-looking hair.
Mrs. Geo. Brown. No. 10 E. High St.
Rockville. Conn., writes: "After I nspii
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never naa any trouDie since, i ao not
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ocloeirrhursday morning while in the
vicinity of Ninth and Oregon streets.
Ramos refused to give the police any
information concerning the affair. He
stubbornly withheld the name of his
assailant. After the wound was dressed
Ramos returned to his home on Kan
sas street, between Eighth and Ninth
for hacks, automobile, baggage wagons.
livery or heavy transfer. Always on
the job. Finest equipment in the south
Sefrthwestera Fuel Ce, Full measure.
SAYS CAR SHORTAGE ON
HARRDfAX LINES IS ENDED
Tuhus Kruttsehnitt, director of main
tenance of war of the Harriman lines.
passed through El Paso Wednesday
evening. He 'as in his private car
"Guadalupe." and went eat over the
G. H. While here be expressed satis
faction oer the result of the national
election and said that the car shortage
on the Harriman line was at an end.
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