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Objects To "Intrusion" of Servia
Kiss Fraaeis Joseph, ef Austria-Hungary, whose country is KtrOHgly
eppemd to the eeeapatleB by Servia of territory bordering oh the Adriatic
sea, wMeh has heea taken frem Tarke y la the reeeut suecesafHl onslaughts
matfe by the allies.
MULE KICKS BABY;
TWO MEN INJUBED
Two Srn Mexico Tapers Change Own
ership: I.aH Catehea Big Bob
cat Xear TwetmiCHrl.
Turumcari. N. M., Nov. 18. "Velma,
the 3 j ear old daughter of Max Horn,
living near Bard City, this county, wax
CLTJETT TEABODT&CaiBOSf N.Y.
WJNTON SXX No- 800 and No- ,0- also Garford No. 33 1.
GET THK BEST. MOST RESTPUI, RIDING.
AUTOS FOR HIRE Phone 3585 or 449. day or night
X21-223 Texas Street. Bell Pheae 1379.
Fl Pfllrk RllMvaf anfl fuUy equipped vulcanizing plant and ga
EI X ClSU jAliUU-cr ana tanks. Best auto repair dept in city.
Auto Supply Co.
D . . 2 Q i.
Repairing and Supplies
seriously Injured by being kicked "In
the face by a mule. The child was
taken to Endee for treatment.
J. B. Borden, of near Grady, south of
this city, was brought here for treat
ment for a broken jawbone and other
injuries, the resultof his team running
away and upsetting upon htm several
barrels filled with water which he was
hauling for household use. The team
became frightened as a result of a
T. P. Goodrich, from the northern
part of the county, is convalescent from
injuries received from falling backward
off a load of feed, striking his back
upon a post.
Mintle Beasley, 10 years old, living
near the county line west of here. Is
displaying the skin of an immense bob
cat, which he trapped in the hills near
his home. The lad, whose father is a
blacksmith, became imbued with the
wish to become a trapper, with the
foregoing success. He is said to hold
the minimum age record as a successful
trapper in this vicinity.
Two changes in the ownership of
newspapers in this county took place
last week, "W. C. Simpson, a recent ar
rival in the state, having purchased
the Montoya Republican from W. C
Hawkins, and W. R. Stekman. formerly
of Tucumcari, having bought out the
Logan Leader plant, owned by Paul
Jones, of Nara Visa.
El Paso Auto Sales Co.
Office 713 If. Ochoa St
DEM0KSTRATI0N BY APPOINTMENT
Ignition and Lighting
WISEMAN & AVDKRSON,
comer Myrtle and Kansas St
Automobiles, Trucks, Passenger Cars and
SupphV Distributors for the South-
wert- KEFF-STILES CO.
400 Block, No. Santa Fe.
399 S. El Paso St.
This is to your interest. Have you any
chandeliers, brass beds, silverware, or
anything in metals that needs replating?
We have the best machinery and years
of experience in this line. Phone 1874
and we will call. EI I'ao FJatlng Co.,
Sll San Antonio Street.
Two Replies Garage,
418 Txas S. Phone 120?
jas 31 xi u o., Pmiis.
JACK FROST & CO.
ON THE JOB MONDAY
Bit of Moist, Chilly Atmosphere Is
followed by Landscape ami
Roof Decorations is White.
Atmospherically speaking. El Paso's
much touted fine fall weather is a frost,
r was early Monday morning. There
was a nice, white top coat of the J.
Frost & Co. brand of art decoration
over the prevailing
landscape. It was
dissipated by friend
sun, who has been
in temporary re
tirement over the
As a weather bil
let, the past two
days have had more
spice than was real
ly required to make
the visitors appre
ciate just how fine
the regular weather
is when its temper
ature is normal and
its pulse not more
than to. Saturday
was a humdinger of
a rain, with all the pipes working
overtime. Col. Lane, being perfectly
acquainted with weather of all kinds,
says it was only .55 of an inclj. "A lit
tle more than half an Inch of precipi
l tation," he says, just that way. His
dealings with the weather are purely
! in a professional capacity up there in
the skyparlor of the Southwestern
: building. Hence he has no apprecla-
tion of a trifle like .55 of an inch, when
I it is spread over a large and growing
I t lty in great gobs and when he is not
1 forced to hike through the inundated
streets or sail a stormy sea around the
' Mills building? corner.
1 Sunday was some better, but not
much. The rain made a desperate
effort to come back Sunday morning in
time for services, but failed and quit
like a piker. Instead, the wind eon
' tinued on the job and made heavy
I sweaters and gray flannel shirts more
J appropriate than a boiled front and a
Sunday shine. The sun failed to ap
' pear after the discouragement of Sat
j urday and the greater part of the pop
j ulace of this plaza of plenty remained
I indoors and soaked up the heat from
' friendly fireplaces. It was the nearest
approach to formal winter weather El
Paso ever experienced and it was en-
loyed as much in the commission as it
is by omission on the brig.ht days.
Sunday night was another nippy
night, with emergency calls for more
covers. It was a fine night for porch
sleeping and the going was good from
the gong. Monday morning it was Z
degrees above the absolute, which is
three degrees warmer than the lowest
point on the mercury tube this season,
although none of the three degrees
were noticeable at the ubual arising
hour. The -frost was due as much to
the continued precipitation as to the
cold, for the weather office says that
the freezing point has been reached
twice before this fall, but no frost was
forthcoming because of the low dew
point in this dry climate. These low
temperatures would Aave resulted in a
killing frost had they occurred in a
moist climate, the weather office says,
but being here, in this zone of climatic
perfection, it was not noticed. i
Pair, warmer, and more of it, is the
weather that is 'wished on this com
munity for the remainder of the week.
All thanks for the same are to be de
ferred until a week from Thursday,
that being the official day of thanks.
Snow fell in the Franklin range Sun-
day and could be seen plainly from
Alta Vista. It was beyond the first
big peak and could be seen when the
clouds lifted from the range. This is
the first snow of the winter in the
mountains. A snifter of snow is also
said to have fallen in Bl Paso Satur
day. HAS iNEVEE SEEN
OCEAN; GOES NOW
Meeilla Valley Pioneer Makes His First
Trip to the Gulf of Mexico asd
Sees Ocean for First Tine.
W. N. Hager, of Mesilla Park, has
8ne to Corpus Christi to see the ocean.
Although a man well advanced in life,
be has never seen the ocean.
Having recently sold his ranch to
Americans for pasturing Mexican cattle,
he decided that he would tkc a run
down to the golf of Mexico and ice what
an oeean of water looked like. He has
been so busy for man' years that he
did not have the time to go. He has
been making money rapidly; in fact, has
accumulated a fortune, so' it was not a
question of money with him, but merely
a question of time. He never felt that
be could spare the time until now.
Mr. Hsger came to this section with
the Santa Fe railroad and was the first
ageat of the rosd at Mesilla. He saw
the opportunity for buying some of the
then very cheap land and raising alfalfa.
He resigned and bought the land, and,
instead of being a Santa Fe employe, he
has been one of its biggest shippers in
recent years. Mr. Hager was bom in an
interior middle western state and had
never visited the sea coast before com
ine to the Mesilla vallev. and as he has
never had the time sinie coming to this i
section, nis present trip to uorpus Lhristi
is his first chance to see a bigger body
of water than a river, though he is past
WELL IN KANSAS
L, M. Crawford Says He Lost Some of
the Lincoln Sheep, but None of the
Karakules by Moving Them.
L. M. Crawford, owner of the Craw
ford theater and a lot of upper valley
land, arrived in El Paso yesterday en
business. Mr. Crawford says the Kara
kule and Lincoln sheep which he took
from the EI Paso valley to his ranch
near Topeka are doing well, although ex
posure killed a number of the Lincolns
when they first reached Kansas. He
means to continue raising half-blood
Karakules there an industry started in
the El Paso valley by Dr. C.'C. Young
the rams to be sola for breeding pur
poses and the ewes to be killed for their
skins. There has been a considerable
increase in the herd since it was re
moved to Kansas, and the climate now
seems to be agreeing with the animals,
Mr. Crawford says: it never seemed to
bother the Karakules very much, but
the Lincolns suffered somewhat at first.
TI1ERK IS NOW A WAY TO ESCAPE
TIIKSB SKIN TORMKXTS.
Try thl Itemed;- at Oar Rink.
People sometimes say, "Well, that new
remedy of yours, Saxo Salve, may cure
recent cases of ecsema, Dut I doubt if
it will help me for I have had eczema a
The fact Is, Saxo Salve was de
vised as mnch for chronic skin trouble
as for acute cases, and it is equally ef
fective, though usually the chronic
cases are more stuuDoru.
Numbers of cases right around here
could be cited, showing that Saxo Salve I
is exactly the remarkable soothing ana
curative remedy for skin diseases that
The itching is stopped in a few mo
ments after the first application, and
improvement is seen in a few days.
All humors and disorders of the
skin, whether scaly, crusted or in thu
very first stajfes, usually yield to Saxo
Salve promptly If it does not, in our
cie 0'irmone will be i. 'turner! Kellv
& Pollaid, Lru:-'sM, CI Pao. T. n.i-
fw sveo for f
( h Sunl)
CATEDjN EL PASO
Neal Institute Company, of
Des Moines, Iowa, capi
talized at One Million Dol
lars, Opens Branch in El
The "Three Day Neal Treat
ment" for the Drink Habit
the Only Successful and
Cured of the morbid craving for
strong liquor in Three Lays ana ior
ever freed from bondage this Is the
marvelous work now being performed
by the Neal Method.
To give the people of the Southwest,
and El Paso in particular, an opportun
ity to avail themselves of this mar
velous treatment, the Neal Institutes
Company has opened a permanent
Branch at 916 Mesa Ave, where their
"Three Day Drink Habit Cure" is be
The Neal Three Day Cure is the Ideal
treatment for the habitual as well as
the periodical user of intoxicating
Having been in use in 82 Neal Insti
tutes throughout the United States,
Canada. Australia and New Zealand, the
Neal Treatment has proven its absolute
superiority over all so-called Liquor
Cures and stands to-day preeminent and
unrivaled in Its line. It differs radi
cally from all other treatments for the
Drink habit in the following particu
lars: First: It is an absolutely
harmless, vegetable remedy. Second:
It is administered internally no pain
ful, dangerous hypodermic injections
beine used. Third: It requires only
Three Days time to destroy absolutely
the appetite and craving for alcoholic
drinks. Fourth: No bad after effects
have ever resulted from this treatment.
Every Case Is Curable.
It is now a settled scientific fact that
alcoholism is not a disease, in any
sense of the term, but a poisoning that
creates an appetite and superinduces a
desire and craving' for more liquor.
This theory is amply supported by the
faot that the Neal Treatment never
fails to effect a perfect cure in any
case of the 'periodical, habtiual or
nervous drinker, no matter how long
he has been drinking or to what depth
of degradation be has fallen. It cures
each and all in just THREE DAYS,
without 'hypodermic injections.
The results of the Neal Treatment
are simply wonderful. It will sober up
the patient in less than Two hours
time after taking the first dose of
medicine and at the end of three days
the patient can and will return to his
family, business and friends, a new and
well man or woman, as the case may
be. Unlike other cures that take up
too much time for a busy man. this cure
is accomplished in three days, and even
the best friends and family need not
know that the patient has been absent
other than on a short business trip.
The Neal Treatment is administered
at the Neal Institute. No.-918 Mesa Ave.
Onlv Three Days no more, no less are
I required to effect a permanent cure
and during those days tne patients are
afforded the comforts of a refined home
in oriAet nrlvarr. vpt without nv
J restraint whatever. A legal Contract
s given eacn pauent io euect a perfect
cure in Three Days. Results are abso
lutely certain. For full information
write or call at
THK SH.U. INSTITUTE
ef El Paso, Texas.
. 91S Xesa Ave. Fhone Xo. 4612.
Courthouse I Also Being Rebuilt anil
the Two "Will Re the Finest or
Anything In Western Tcxa.
Port Stockton, Tex Nov. 18. The
Falls City Construction company has
started the reconstruction of the
courthouse and jail and has torn down
the roof of the old courthouse. They
are rebuilding the walls of both
buildings and when they complete
the work there will be two build
ings the equal of which there are
none in west Texas.
The commissioners' court is now In
session, judge J. M. Odom, presiding.
This Is the last meeting of the old
Postmaster W. X. Fowler has re
ceived a letter from the fourth as
sistant postmaster general, practically
assuring him that the rural route for
the irrigates lands district will be
Mr.- and iirt. F, -M. Edwards are
happy parents of a fine boy, born last
U. T. Chamberlain, formerly from
San Saba, is assisting sheriff Barker
in the duties of bis office.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Ward, of Well
ington, Kans.. are here looking for
investments, and will spend the winter
in Fort Stockton.
F. E. Gillet. of Alpine, was here
looking after his interests in the firm
of Mitchell & Gillett.
Tom Sanderson is here from his
ranch and will remain several days
in the city.
W. C. Jackson, of this place, has
gone to Bl Paao to represent the com
missioners' court before the court of
civil appeals in the courthouse in
ORDRRS FOR STBBI. 1XCRBASB:
RAILROADS ORDHR 3IORB CARS.
New York. X. Y., Nov. 18. Greater
interest was shown in fabricated struc
tural steel last week, contracts being
placed for an aggregate of 27,000 tons.
Including about 9000 tons of railroad
The railroads were most active In
placing contracts for cars, more than
13.000 being ordered during the week.
The largest orders included 4000 cars
for the Chesapeake & Ohio. 2000 for
the Southern Pacific, 3209 for the
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, and
1005 for the Chicago. St Paul, Minne
apolis 4b Omaha. The principal loco
motive contracts came from the Chi
cago St Northwestern, including 100 for
the main line and 35 for the Chicago,
bt. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.
One of the most interesting devel
opments was the placing of a con
tract for 40,000 tons of billets, plates
and shapes by the Canadian Car &
Foundry company, and the same inter
est is negotiating for 40.00 tons of
pig iron wiMi United States furnaces.
Rail contracts aggregated 100,000 tons.
riU 'PROM TRAIV TS
FATAL TO GOODWBTjT YOVTn.
Dalhart, Tex., Nov. IS. Alvin Black.
the young man who was Injured a few
days ago at Goodwell, Okla.. and who
has been in a sanatorium here for
medical and surgical attention, died as
a result of his injuries. His remains
will be interred at his old home In
Mr. Black was 22 years old and a
son of president Black, of the Okla
homa State school at Goodwell. He,
with others, came to Guymon a few
nights ago to a social affair, ancl
rather than wait for the regular train
to Goodwell, climbed to the top of a
box car on a passing freisrht train.
n sltwl. ...- !.. u.lw.
was nulling into fioodw!! h .
thrown from the car to the ground,
his head striking the rails. His lees
were mutilated to such an extent as
rendered amputation necessarv. His
death was due to his Skull being frac-
PIT PISH IX
Ruldoso. N. M.
Scott, of Capitan. X
10 nnn fish and put
Nor l g James
M, brouc'it out
them in the Ttio
-cotv and Jn'K SL'ii, a
Colorado Lump . . .
Black Diamond Lump ,
Black Diamond Stove .
Colorado Anthracite . .
Yardss 7th and Santa Fe, Piedras and G. H.
& . A. Tracks. Phones: 186-586-587
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
Capital and Surplus $360,000. Resources $2,500,000
W. W. Tnrney, President
S. T. Turner, Vice President
W. Cooky, Vice President
T. M. Wingo, Vice President
TO CONTINUE A WEEK
Week ef MiMieaa te be Observed With
Special Servieen in Aluraogerdo
lreb teriaH Church.
Alamogordo, N. M., Nov. 18. An
nouncement has been made that the
revival service which has been in pro
gress at the South Methodist church
will continue during the week. The
pastor. Rev. Geo. H. Glvan, has been
dong the preaching, but it is probable
that he will be assisted during this
week. Services are held at 3 oclock in
the afternoon and 7:15 at night.
Home mission week will be observed
this week, commencing at the First
Presbyterian church in this city, and
will end next Sunday. The following
program has been arranged:
Monday, 7:30 p. m. "American
dlans, Africans, Asiatics."
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. The
and Island Possessions"
Wednesday, 7:30 p. ni. "Immigrants."
Thursday, 7.30 p. m. "Rural Regions
Friday, 7:30 p. m. "American Social
Sunday, 11 a. m. "Our Country's
Opportunity for Christ." 7:30 p. m.
"Unity in Making Our Country God's
All of the subjects will be discussed
and the. exercises conducted by Rev.
J. A. Armstrong, pastor of the church.
Mrs. KUen Beck, state secretary of
the Woman's Board of Missions, ad
dressed a large congregation at the
Christian church in this city Snndav
.morning and afternoon, on jier work
The bnalneas Interests of the city
are aroused to some extent over the
recent action of attorneys for the in
surance companies in defeating the
payment of policies on the New Mex
ico sanitarium, which was destroyed
by fire during the past year. Under
the laws of this state this was done on
The sanitarium policies are not the
only ones that have been defeated by
technicalities at this place.
LEADS TO ARRESTS.
Prominent BofllBeas and Professional
Men Held at Portland Y. JC. C. A.
Worker Taken Peisen.
Portland. Ore., Nov. 18. Fourteen
men, a number of them prominent in
the business and professional- life of
x ui iiaiiu, are unaer arrest as tne re
sult of an investigation set In motion
by the confession of a boy arraigned
ir the delinquency court. More arrests
aie promised by the prosecuting attor
ney. W. H. Allen, prominently connected
with Y. M. C. A. work in this city, is
in a local hospital suffering from the
effects of poison, said to have been
taken by him when he learned that his
name was connected with the investi
gation. Dr. Harrv A. Start, is in jail in de
fault of S5000 bail, but Dr. F. H. Pod
man, was released on his own re
cognizance. Others in jail are men
holding positions of trust in business
houses, and the expose has caused pro
found astonishment. Every effort was
made to keep the arrests a secret but
the finding of Allen in his rooms, near
to death resulted in the first publicity
of the affair. One of these known to
be in jail Is ''Gipsy Rigo." the violinist
who eloped some years ago with the
Six of those arrested ae said to have
confessed and to have implicated many
others. Several boys, to whose de
linquency the men at rested are alleged
to have contributed, are being held as
Put a porous plaster on the chest and
take a good cough syrup internally if
vou wo"ld treat a severe case of sor
lungs pioperl. Get the dollar size
BAIXAI;D'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
With e.ich bottle there is a free HKR-
i:ick s ri:d papprr porocs PLAS-
T!T. f fw ih.-t old b; Fcott Whit-
5 C'l , Ulk' ttOIt-S.
Prices In Quantities
fMr TC" if -1 i
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
E. M. Bray.
.T. E. Robertson.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
Sig. N. Schwabs, Assistant Cashier.
MAKES YOU SAVE
Makes you save in spite of yourself. A small savings bask we
will loan you one if you "want to start to save.
Your wages get into uSe bank whether you put them there or iL
If you spend all, the other fellow banks your money.
Resolve to be the "Other Fellow." Come to us today.
Get one of our beautiful little savings basks and abut the "Savings
PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1381.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AlfD PROFITS, $2Q0fi0Q.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
a R. M0REH1AD, President C. W. BASSETT, fke PreeMenu
JOSEPH MAGOFFDf, V. Pxes. GEO. D. FLORY, CaeHec
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cashier.
Porch Curtains, Lawn,
Porch and Camp
El Paso Tent and
312 South El Page Street
Phone 2044. H. J. CeKsc, Msgr.
Wide Dock for sale hy the yard, feslt
IS BEING PLAYED
Owing to the heavy rain Saturday,
the football game between the Military
Institute team and company I of the
signal corps, was postponed until this
afternoon and Is being played at the
Military Institute instead of at Wash-
eit Saturday the Military Institute
team will play the second team of the
New Mexico A. M. at Washington
The high school teams which were to
have gone to Mesilla Park and Demlng
on Saturday did not go. The A. Jt
game was canceled by coach Baaenoch
and the Deming. school could not raise
the money to pay the other team's ex
penses. FIRST SXOW OP THK
WIXTER VISITS XVCO
Naco. Ariz.. Nov. 18. The first snow
of the season made its appearance Sun
day. It came with the cold wave which
hit here the night before.
The change of schedule on the El
Paso & Southwestern, which goes into
effect on Wednesday, will enlarge the
duties of the force at this point and
also necessitate the addition of one or
more men here. The morning train,
west bound, will arnie just after the
one from the east, and the east boumi
evening train, which now arrives at
five p m . will not arrive until 9 45. ne
cessitating the placing of a night op
erator and ticket clerk.
VWNKY fVTTI.K COMPANY
V 5-.KS ' Bl SHIfMIKNTS
.U", Anz, .u. IS The L'aiur.va
$ 7.00 Ton
& TRUST CO.
H.E Christie, Secretary.
P. L. Atkinson, Aosiotant
J. H. Pollard.
B. M. Worsham.
H. D. Bowmaa.
for your B99 and Girt. It iff
be a real pleasure for them to
accnmvilmU a "Santa Clous"
reset between now and
Deposit a dollar for the Bank
The dollar will be returned
when bank is surrendered.
Sank ac Trust Co.
Jut below Post OtSki.
SH 7 cxas Bank W
R & Trust Co. M
Cattle company has made its fir-n ship
ment of cattle for this reason, ct a
slsting of 10 carloads of su rs. cows
and calves for immediate -laushter.
They were sold to Cudan anil lonpa.-"
and shipped to Los Angeles C ' Els it
cars more will be shlnped to 1 le same
firm at Kansas Cit. V ' Tuesdu
These cattle are all in fine shape. fre-U
off the northern Sonora range, and fr
ranare i in excellent condition t i
i' fai t betiei than tin I