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Saturday, January 4, 1913
TAKE a few moments and figure out just how much money you have given THE
LANDLORD for rent in the year 1912. If you had put that money in your
own home under our easy payment plan, think how fine that sum would look. But in
the shape, of rent receipts its appearance is almost discouraging, isn't it? Make up your
mind to own your own home this year.
1? For the Next 15 Days T I i
Paso 1 nr ts,t i ;
we wot umy
we wili show the people of El
what cut prices really mean.
SEE OUR WINDOWS
I nT GIVEN BROS.
I . rf A Block i
I El Paso- $3c50 South I
I Street CL CI New 1
I I I bhoe bhop I Hotel 1 1
Not a Fair of Shoes Over Four J
Months' Old. I
E HIE STAT
Site in Heart of Town Do
nated For Fire Com
Las CnMee, N. M., Jan. 4 The school
board has donated a site for a build
ing for a. fire department headquarters.
In it will be stored the fire engine and
other paraphernalia. The site Is lo
cated on Griggs street, oast of the
Strong undertaking parlors, and op
posite the new M. E. church. The plans
are now being prepared for the new
building which will be large enough to
accommodate members of the fire de
partment for meeting purposes. The
fire company's equipment has pre
viously been kept in an out of the way
Blace and many times the company has
een greatly hindered in reaching fires
in time, stmpiy on tuis account, xne
new ale is only one block from central
Mam street, the business center.
The inhalation of officers of the
"Woodmen of the "World Palmlllo camp
number 7, was held In Moose hall.
Ham street, last evening, as follows:
Sovereign Bundy. council commander;
"W M. Shaw, adviser lieutenant: C V.
Hart, olerk; P. Morena. escort: J. D.
Isaacs, banker: Bliss Freeuan, Frank
Isla.3. C. McOjernon. managers: J. Bom
back, watchman; E. B. Shaw, sentry;
J. W Lioe. past council commander.
At ine meeiing or Azxec ioage jno. 2
A. F. & A. M, Allen Graham, now of
Las Cruces, but who has recently re
turned from the Philippines; Rupert
and Herbert Stuart, sons of S. B. Stuart,
of Mesilla Park, received their first
Prof. McArthur of Mesilla Park, was
among friends here yesterday after
noon Mrs. Claude Hartley and daughter
nave moved to El Paso, vacating their
home on Griggs street.
Engineer Biesell, formerly of Ele
phant Butte, has been transferred by
the reclamation service to this place.
Thomas Tate, of Las Cruces avenue,
The El Paso Herald's automobile
leaves The Herald office at 3:30
oclock every afternoon, except Sun
days, for all points on county road
and for Las Cruces. The car returns
to El Paso from The Herald's Las
Cruces office the Postofflce News
stand) at 7:30 p. m. Arrangements
can be made with Dessauer Bros., at
Las Cruces, for delivery of The Her
ald. Mail subscribers in the Mesilla
valley can get The Herald from the
postofflce box immediately after the
is confined to his home on account of
Mrs. P. J. Crowley has returned to
her home in El Paso. Mrs. Crowley
was formerly a resident of this place
and ha3 been here visiting her mother,
Miss Lina Brownlee is at Mesilla
Park nursing the young daughter of
president and Mrs. Garrison. Miss
Harrison has typhoid fever. There
have been few new cases of fever in,
this section for some time.
Miss Marion Wade entertained a
number of her young friends in honor
of Miss Marlon Lemon, of El Paso, who
has been spending a week here.
A. M. Webb, of El Paso, is among
the late arrivals here.
Mrs. T. C. Campbell Is recovering
from a critical illness.
Blaine Lemon, of EI Paso, visited
friends here. He is a son of John
Lemon, who moved his family from
here to El Paso about a year ago.
Fifty Herfond bulls were sold in El
Paso by Hal Cox of this place.
Miss Ormeda May has returned to El
Paso after a few days visit with rela
tives and friends here. Miss Mnv nnfl
her teother moved from here to El
Paso only a few months osro.
1 Misses Nora and Louise Trahey, of
ias Vegas, were guests of their sister.
Mr. Fred Hes, the past few day.
A large number attended the recep
tion given by Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell
at the Presbyterian manse yesterday
afternoon. Upon entering the recep
tion room all were requested to regis
ter and record one of their New Tear
resolutions. A musical program con
sisting of vocal and Instrumental
music was rendered. Refreshments
were served. The house was artistic
ally decorated. As a souvenir each
guest was given a photo of the manse
on which Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell ex
tended "A Happy New Year."
You a Dollar on every
Pair of SHOES you
purchase at our store, but
We are giving every cus
tomer a FREE SHINE
Ticket which entitles him
to 30 Shines. Let your
next pair be
Any Shoe, All Styles,
All Leathers. One price,
Is the one best buy in El Paso right on the new Government Hill-Fort Bliss Boulevard just a few minutes
from business center of El Paso. Right in the heart of East El Paso's building activity. All modern Improve
ments are being made now. ,
Thousands of dollars are being spent now on bilulithic paving, 21-2 miles of park spacing, Pure Mesa water,
gas, electricity, telephones, and Superior street car service.
Go out .tomorrow and see Government Hill in all its beauty See the magnificent improvements that are being
made not simply promised. Study the growth of the city in that direction Note the preference of thinking
people for Lots in Government Hill. ;
Phone today for our auto to take you out We're glad to show you whether you buy or not.
Prices Are Still Low.
Terms 10 Down
Phone 4350 (Ground Floor) Caples Bldg.
iff Ji y4v ill wLvl. 91 & JE. I&. 8t h IB flBT JbI BA. Jmf Ml flp h m
Phone 271 (Ground Floor) Morgan Bldg.
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I Until Januarv 10th III Tl 1 - . i
108 San Antonio St.
Wigwam Theater Bldg.
Will Stake This
Against Your Time
A Few Days Will Be Sufficient to Prove That
You Are Curable
A few minutes of your time for a
few days and X will demonstrate to
you, without expense to yourself, that
I have a medicine that drives Uric Acid
poison from the system and by so do
ing cures kidney trouble, bladder
trouble and rheumaltsm. I don't ask
you to take my word for It, but sim
ply want you te let me send you some'
of this medicine so that you can use
I am trying to convince sufferers
from these diseases that I have some
thing far better than the usual run of
remedies, treatments and such things,
and the only way I can demonstrate
that fact Is to go to the expense of
compounding the medicine and sending
It out free of charge. This I am glad
to do for any sufferer who will take
the time to write me.- Understand, I
will not send you a so-called "sample,
proof or test treatment," nor will I
send you a package of medicine and
say that you can use some of It and
pay for the rest, but I will send you a
supply free of charge and you will not
be asked to pay for this gift nor will
you oe under any obligations.
BR. FRANK T. LYNOTT,
-Who Will Send Medicine to Anyone
Free of Charge.
pecially when you consider no expense
is involved, and I willingly give yon
my time and my medicine. All anv
PUECHASE OF POSTAL
SAVINGS BOND ISSUES
Washington. D. C. Jan. 4. Postmas
ter general Hitchcock has sent a check
for $1,074,980 to the treasury in pay
ment for the postal savings bonds
wnicn nave been applied for by postal
savings depositors In the various
Following is the rank of Texas, Ari
zona and New Mexico among the states
on January I, 1913. and July 1, 192,
with the amount of bonds applied for
on each of these dates, and the amount
and percentage of increase or decrease:
Texas 19th in Januarv: 19th In Julv?
$16,580 in January; $12,560 in July; in
crease $4020; percentage of increase,
New Mexico 35th in January; 36th
in July; $3340 in January; $2680 in July;
Increase, $660 percentage of increase,
Arizona 29th In January; 24th in
July; $6920 in January; $9440 In July;
decrease, $2520; percentage of decrease,
Edison Phonograph Records at Little More Than
4 Minute Wax Records, Regular Price 50c,
Special Price Until Jany 1 0th, 31 c.
2 Minute Wax Records, Regular Price 35c,
Special Price Until Jany Wth, 21 c
These are the Records you have always bought
Get a fine assortment while the price is down.
and Return ......
V1 oSaoirSco m
Get a New Catalog.
jL raso, i exas.
103 El Paso, St
TO GET LD3ERTY
fair-minded afflicted, person wants to
know Is if a certain thin m 1"
All I want to know is that you have ( HIM or HER, and here is an oonor
disease for which my medicine Is in- tunity to find out without cost, obliira-
SZZiir :ir - t"""1 "uie. xjiiSSE
tended, as it is not a "cure-all," and I
give herewith some of the leading
symptoms of kidney, bladder and rheu
matic troubles. If you notice one or
more of these symptoms you .need this
medicine, and I will be glad to send
you some of it if you will write me the
numbers of the symptoms you have,
give your age, and your name and ad
dress. My address Is Dr. T. Frank
Lynott, 9080 Deagan Building, Chicago,
III. Ton promise me nothing; you pay
me nothing for It All I ask, so there
shall be no mistake, is that you send
me the numbers of your symptoms or
a description In your own words, and
that you take the medicine according
to the directions I send you. It is my
way of getting publicity for my medi
cine so that it wHl become widely
... T?u 'wIHasrec when you have used
It that it dissolves and drives out uric
acid poison. It tones the kidneys so
that they work in harmony with the
bladder. It strengthens the bladder so
that frequent desire to urinate and
other urinary disorders are banished.
It stops rheumatic aches and pains im
mediately, it dissolves uric acid crys
tals so that back and muscles no long
er ache and crooked joints quickly
straighten out It reconstructs the
blood and nerves, so that you soon feel
healthier and more vigorous, sleep bet
ter and eat better and have energy
throughout the day. It does all this
and yet contains nothing Injurious and
is absolutely vouched for according to
Sufferers from these dreadful and
dangerous diseases can surel afford to
spend a f w minutes each da for a
f . w davs to demonstrate to ihfir own
s. tlsfactlon if they are curable, es-
FEW DAYS may be the turning point
in your life. " i'"",
All who are interested enough to
write me for the free medicine will
also receive a copy of mv large lllus
trated medical book which describes
these diseases thoroughly. It Is tho
largest book of the .kind ever written
for free distribution, and a new edl"
tion Is just being printed. I -win Xiw0
write you a letter of diagnosis and
medical advice that should be of great
help to you; but In order to do this I
must know that you need my medicine
"Write me the numbers of the symptoms
that trouble you, and your age, and I
will promptly carry out my promises
Show an inclination to be cured and
you will be.
These Are the Symptoms:
1 rain In the back.
S Too frequent dexlre to urinate.
3 Burning or obstruction of urine.
4 Pain or sorcnesa In the bladder.
5 Prostatic trouble.
G Gas or pain In the stomach.
7 General debility, ireakncss, diz
ziness. 8 rain or soreness under right rib.
9 Swelling In any part of the body
10 Constipation or liver trouble.
II Palpitation or pain under the
12 Pain in the hip joint.
13 Pain In the neck or head.
14 Pnjn or sorenes In the kidneys.
5 Pain or swelling of the Joints.
"5 Pain or swelling of the muscles.
17 Pain and sorencnH In nerves.
l&-Acute or chronic rheumatism.
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Washington, D. C., Jan. 4. Seven
members of the Osage Indian tribal
council were, removed from office by
secretary of the interior Fisher, who
alleged in a statement that the council
had been influenced by the Uncle Sam
Oil company and three Individual ap
plicants who had tried to secure the
lease of 800.000 acres of oil and gas
land, comprising the entire unleased
portion of the Osage reservation. The
secretary ordered a new council elected
late this month.
The recent bid for 42,000 acres of
Osage oil lands "was turned down by
the tribal council, and the power of
influence of the applicants is alleged
by the secretary to have been respon
sible. The bid would have given the
Indians for their oil laml rights a roy
alty 25 percent higher than any previ
ously paid, and a cash bonus of ? 140,000.
GHOULS KATD THE
Parl3, France, Jan. 4. A bis gang of
ghouls desecrated the cemetery of
Clichy-lievelles, just outside the gates
of Paris, last night They sacked over
100 of the tombs nan stole a. large num
ber of sacred objects from the little
chapels erected over the graves, to
which relatives of the dead come to
The news became known in the cap
ital this afternoon and caused a deep
No bodies In the cemetery were dis
turbed by the robbers, of whom no
trace has since been found, although
a large force of police has been sent
to nunc tnem aown. Jiany ui "" -jects
stolen were of gold and silver,
and It is assumed these will be melted
down and sold by the robbers.
ENJOINS SECRETARY FROM
COUNTING HOME IMJM5 TOTE.
Austin, Texas. Jan. 4. Jud?e A. Wil
cox, of the 26th district court, this
afternoon granted , temporary injunc
tion on the petition of K. Cartlege, a
citizen of Austin, restraining Jno. L.
Wortham. secretary of state, from can
vassing the returns and declaring the
results of the votes cast for the home
ruin amonrlmont tn the Constitution.
This is for the purpose of bringing the-
mailer to me supreme cuui . xyi xauw
determination. Cartlege, in his peti
tion, alleges that the amendment was
not legally and regularly adopted;
that It was submitted without any au
thority of law and all other action
taken by the secretary of state was
MR. NEWEIA HERE.
Director F. H. Newell of the recla
mation service arriTOd Saturday after
noon from Phoeaix on his way to
'Washington. He has been making an
inspection of the irrigation projects in
the southwest including the Elephant
Butte, Roosevelt and Laguna dams.
"W right's C'l 'niner 'Works, phone 343.
Auto for hire. Ft one Jongrrell.
Planning to Give Bond If Possible; Gov
ernment Officials Hold Con
ference on Case.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 4. Govern
ment officials conferred today con
cerning the expected results of the ac
tion in Chicago of the United States
circuit court of appeals In granting
rights to bonds to the labor union
officials now confined In the federal
prison at Leavenworth, Kansas, lor
complicity in the dynamite plbts.
District attorney Cnaa. W. Miller re
turned from 'Chicago and talked with
federal Judge Albert B. Anderson, by
whom the bonds must be approved.
It was stated a wide discretion rests
with judge Anderson as to the kind
of bonds, although the amounts have
been fixed by the higher court.
District attorney Miller this after
noon said he would make no flgbt
against indemnifying bonds or against
securities outside of Indiana, when the
Suestlon of bonds of the 23 convicted
ynamlte conspirators is brought up
before judge Anderson.
"Such- leaders as Tveitmoe and Clan
cy will be able to furnish any amont
of bona, ana since tney will bo able
to obtain their release from prison, I
sincerely hope the little fellows also
will be able to furnish bond. In all
cases I propose to -see that the govern-
ment Is fuly protected."
Dynamiters Hear the News.
Leavenworth Kans., Jan. 4. Warden
McClaughry late yesterday Imparted
to the convicted dynamiters the news
that the federal circuit court of ap
peals had granted supersedeas bonds,
which may mean temporary freedom
for at least 32' of them.
Only two of the men had anything
to say concerning the information con
veyed to them. Herbert S. Hockln, for
mer secretary of the iron workers
union, who has been labelled the "be
trayer" of his fellows and who is the
only one of the 33 not affected by the
supersedeas order, was the first to
"Will the bond be perfected at In
dianapolis or at Chicago?" he asked
The question brought broad smiles
from several of -his fellow prisoners.
When warden McClaughry said ho
was unable to answer the query Hock
in made no further attempt to 'pursue
Trcltmoe Is Happy.
The face of Olaf A. Tveitmoe, of San
Francisco, who, like Hoekln, was sen
tenced to six years, beamed -when the
warden announced the Chicago court's
action. He shifted nervously while
Hockln had the floor, then said:
"In behalf of my fellows Mr. War
den, I thank you -for this news. Some
of 'us confidently had expected it yet
were prepared" to serve our time, if the
COUrt SO Willed. With vonr Inn T
hes to suggest- that these men keep ,
their own .counsel until the full import
""vc "1!?" "" ""'" iiBeii out.
When the warden announced that the
bond for each would be $10,000 for ev
every year of each man's sentence, a
slight smile hovered about Frank M.
Ryan's lips his bond would be S70.
OM. "Warden McClaughry told them that
he notified them in advance of official
Information concerning the bonds to
prevent their getting mixed a counts
through Jiew3papers or from other
sources which miht raKe fals ho ea,
He- cautioned tr .-ri not to b ome ex
cited or talk to otre.- prison r He told
them that on Sunday each would be
given his first opportunity to write a
No Visitors for Dynamiters.
Warden McClaughry said tonight he
did not expect that any releases would
result from the order of the Chicago
judges inside of four or five days be
cause of the time necessary In prepar
ing bail, even when forthcoming with
The warden has just returned from
a conference with attorney general
Wickersham in Washington. He said
I the attorney general had given him
special instructions regarding the 33
prisoners and that he would at once
put in force an order that no visitors
be permitted to see them. He said a
number of anonymous letters had been
sent to the dynamite prisoners and
stopped In the offices. Some of the
letters, ho said, made "dire threats"
against the prison management.
The jvarden said that while all ap
parently were the work of cranks, ev
ery precaution would be taken against
admitting any of the writers.
Tickets on sale Jan. 26th to Feb. 2nd.
Limit Feb. 14th.
With extension privilege to Mar. 3rd. -
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE
10:00 A. M. 8:30 P.M.
TRAIN DE LUXE TTmrsdaysat 9:30 A. M.
Up-To-Daie Equipment on all trains.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 206 N. Oregon.
W. C. McCormick, G. A. J. E. Monroe. CP&TA.
COLON, PANAMA and return $95.00.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan ST. Jnckson, Presiding.
The estate of Juan Armendariz, suit
contesting rigltf to probate a will; on
William O. Gray vs. Mary Lee Gray,
suit for divorce; filed.
Santiago Tellez, charged with for
gery; habeas corpus proceedings; re
lease.d on personal recognizance.
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
John Doe, charged with exceeding
speed limits; fined $5 and costs.
WILL FHOBATE CONTEST
OCCUPIES COURT ALL WEEK
The case of the estate of Juan Ar
mendariz, wherein the right to probate
a will is contested, which has occupied
the time of the 34th district court for
the past week, is scheduled to go to the
jury this afternoon. Cesilio Cadena.
a nenhew of the deceased, and the
plaintiff in the suit, is contending that
the will is entitled to probate on the
ground that it is valid. That conten
tion is opposed by Mrs. Filiberta Ar
mendariz, surviving wife, Ponciano Ar
mendarlz, her daughter .and Silverio
Escontrias. a nephew. The property in
volved is located in the vicinity of So
corro. Texas, and is estimated to be
worth approximately $69,000.
Juan Armendariz died at Jlminez,
Mexico, on July 18, 1904.
CHANCE WILL MANAGE THE
YANKEES IF TERMS ARE RIGHT
Los Angeles, CaL, Jan. 4. Frarik
CiKince left toda lor Oi.gi, .-hi.re
he expects to meet Frank Farrell, of
the New -York American league club,
next Tuesday. Before his departure he
said he had never received a direct of
fer from Farrell to manage the New
"I will reach Chicago Tuesday." said
Chance. "I expect to meet Farrell the
same day. Then we will talk business.
I don't know what kind of a proposition
he will put up to me. If his terms
meet mine. I will manage tl-3 New York
team next year."
THE BOB MOORE CO.'S
End of Season Clean-Up.
$1.50 and $2.00 Shirts 65c
BIG STEAMER IS AGROUND:
LOSS MAY TOTAL 51.500,000.
San Francisco, Cal't. Jan. 4. Cable
advices to the chamber of commerce
here indicate that the Harrison line
steamer Workman, nreviouslv renr.rtAd
ashore 15 miles south of Rio de Ja
niero. Is likely to be almost a total
loss. In that case the loss on the
hull and cargo will reach" nearly Sl.
The captain of the Workman re
ports that the vessel is full of water
and that the heavy seas are running.
All salvage operations have bees sus
pended. The Workman was bound for Lon
don from San Francisco.
TAFT FAVORS ARBITRATION
IN PANAMA CANAL DISPUTE.
-nf-J0rk Y,- Jaa- PswWant
Taft today referring to the dispute
between this country and Great Bri
tain in the Panama canal matter, said
he was In favor of submitting the
Question to the Hagu tribunal for ar
bitration. i.?e,7as "!ak1.lnS at a luncheon in
his honor at the Waldorf Astoria
S7nm b3m..the. International Peace
fZ fr? Th,s te the President's first
formal declaration on the question
w.DwKr,XtB?taln flled r Protest
with the state department.
04 Mills St.
T. W. Cord
Robt. N. Mtrilln
RVILROAD F4.RJB FOR THE
IXAi'Of Vlt VTIO TO HE $8&50.
It will cose ni Pasoans 566.50 for
lound tr , to Washington. D C. for
tne inauguration of president Wood
row WlUct: This is the railroad rate
or-reed ur.r n bv all of th roads. The
lt-n pm t is frr'n Pui 26 to March
i w ii tht priMltjc oi an txtension
O.ISTHO CANCELS PASSAGK
ON STEAMER FOR HAMBURG.
wwWY?",Jr N- T-' Jan. -4. When a
T-i.'.S a.beas corpus was granted
the judicial tribunal to determine the
cause of his detention, he Immediately
A-'fJK h1?, PM on the steamer
Aroertka. sailing today for Hamburg.
SELLS RANCH AT BBRINO.
t S?,,pe, Provencio has sold to
J. W. Stortz his alfalfa ranch a
Berino. N. M., consisting of 15 acre
for $1600. The sale was made by
Buy the best
Geo. A. Mansfield & Co.
BL PASO LODGE NO. 136, A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and sra
Wednesdays of each month.
W. W. Evans. W. SC
I. K. Glllett. Secretary.
Masonic Relief Board. IK Mesa Ave
Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
E. B. RYAN'S DANCING ACADEMY at
the . B. halt Social dance every
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. Wright.
THREE MEN .IRK KILLED.
San Luis Obispo, Calif.. Jan. 4
Thre Southern Pacific section hands
at Aila. Calif, were killed today i?
an expiobion oi dnii"i'e tnd one was
fatally injured Tl' accident oc
curred on a rocky l' r- The men
tamoed down a hea Mist and fired
it. Above them "n a 1- was 100
oounds of dvnaimte v loticed. Ths
shot exiiodpd the loo. ojp aalte.
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
BoarJinsr ar1 Day SH.ool ATI (,rides Prnnarv through Hi?h SthooL
U mt r Tn n in 1 at - !. Tinuai v 7
MISS SLATER AND MISS TAFEL, PRINCIPALS.