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304 San Antonio St. Phone 4350 207 Mesa Avenue Phone 271 I
IHIS IHO HDiiiTS HE KELPED I Don't Affect Vampire Type: It Is Hideous, Says Gaby Deslys The Mew un?a!w and Flat I
OLD OF GAMBLERS,
he stated, he was holding- for security, t
It belonged to Bruce Cage, he said; he-
had been playing whist. The witness J
said he knew Pitman.
Left Him Breakfast Money.
B. C. Cage,. Stevensville, Texas,
stated that he had been -booking"
here with the Cooper boys. He said
he lost $116.85 in the holdup. The
witness said he told the masked man
who robbed him to leave him enough
for breakfast. The man gave him
back 85 cents. He valued a ring -which
was shown him at $1509 and said it
Paul Woods, Dennison, Texas, said he
was a clerk for the "Cooper boys," a
bookmaker's clerk. He played bridge
whist, he said. A man searched him.
he said, and took about 54. He declared
there was no game keeper.
A Toker Player.
George Gasklns was recalled and
identified a stone which he said was in
the ring cut from his finger, and also a
..amond stud. The latter he valued at
$300. He said he had been playing
poker since he came here, but not in
t he rooms at the Hotel McCoy the night
of the robbery. He had played there
before. He Baid he did not know the
man who was running the game Mon
day night He stated that there were
chips on the table. He stated that
"Francisco" gave out the checks.
"Since I have been In town we have
Many business men consider their
insurance in this company as so
much silent capital ready cash
to meet their obligations promptly
at the time they can't be on hand
personally to do it. We have as
sets of ninety million dollars.
Life insurance costs LESS in this
company than any other for the
reason that we earn more on our
investments than any other; and
our policyholders receive the in
creased profits back in annual
These dividends are higher than
those paid by any other company,
and our net cost is lower the
insurance records PROVE it.
This often means a definite sav
ing of $2.00 to $7.00 per thou
sand each year.
If you are building a home in
creasing your obligations or
want to create an estate at a
moderate outlay of cash, it's good
business sense to carry insurance
enough to pay up everything
should the unexpected happen to
You can only do this while you
are well so "obey that impulse"
and find out what it will cost at
Remember the name:
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Insurance Company of
J. J. Tyndall, Mgr.
610 American Bank. Phone 4570.
"Talk 9Uh Tyndall"
! L I I L CTIIOV llV ClBr DESLTS. .
f I I I .1 J1 I 1 1 Si I TIlESCU' Italian, and Spanish worn- pi 1"
I kla UiW U I Uil I I p en are generally supposed to use cxa JagpSB3MgSaSaC7'--g',,A k B
had poker games, spotted around, the
-witness said. He identified Snyder a3
having been In some of the poker
games. He did not see Snyder at the
hotel Monday night. The witness said
he saw Snyder there a week before. They
had been playing games at the hotel be
fore that night, but the witness stated
that he kept no count of them. The
case was continued until 10 oclock
Atkinson. Tells His Story.
The really important evidence was
brought out "Wednesday when the state
introduced as Its first witness the man
who informed the officers.
R. F. Atkinson tesancc: "My room
is 212 1-2 Mills street. I have been
employed about two month9 by the
J Western Detective agency. I have lived
! in T21 TaaA ,liAn lOAf ..nntlnnll. nil
the time. Mr. Boss, I think, is sup
posed to be the manager of the agency.
, Mr. Snyder, I think. Is the owner. I
was employed by him. I know C P.
Pitman. At 10:30 I called Mr. Snyder
up and aked him if he had anything
he could use me on. He said, "Yes,
come up." He asked me if I wanted
to -make $2000 easy. I said, Tes.' He
said there was a poker game at the
Sheldon and the plan was to hold up
the players, take their money and dia
monds. I said I would go in If it
looked all right.
Conversation In the Office.
The conversation I had with him took
place in room 714. Mills building. I
saw him again when Ross was there.
The plans to hold up the poker game
at the McCoy hotel were discussed.
He told me at first it was the Sheldon,
but Snyder said he was stalling.
"Pitman asked if I was the other
man to take a hand. Snyder said I
was. xne plan was for Mr. Pitman to
enter the room at the McCoy noteL
He was to come back and get us. If
everything looked all right one was to
enter the main room. I was to go In
and hold up the men, while Mr. Boss
was to lock the doors and get their
diamonds. Pitman was to rent a room
at the hotel.
Pinchers to Get a Ring.
"Mr. Pitman stated that there was
one man who had a large diamond ring
that was so tight on his finger if we
did not have pinchers we would have
2 let ii gP- Mr- Ross did nt think it
advisable for us to get the pinchers, as
they might trace us by the purchase.
Mr. Pitman said he could get them at
a second-hand store.
Phones the Police.
"After we had made the plans I told
them I would have to go and get my
gun, but would meet them at the office
Mr. Pitman and Boss were there at the"
time I left. I went to my mother's
placed where I got my gun. Then I
went to a confectionery store on Myr
tle avenue, where I phoned and asked
for the police chief. Mr. Greet asked
me If he could do anything. We met
in the courthouse yard. I told nim
the facts. He told me to go ahead and
act as if I was in earnest. .After this
I went to the Mills building. I found
Mr. Boss and Mr. Pitman. "We had a
further talk about the plans.
Ross Changes Clothes.
"There were two police present at
the station, where I told Mr. Greet
about the plans.
"When I went back to the office we
just discussed the plans, the dangr
and possibilities. I saw Boss with a
gun. Mr. Boss changed his clothes
at the office. He left the clothes he
took off there.
"Mr. Boss had a pair of pinchers.
(County attorney Price produced a pair
of pinchers which were identified by
"Boss, Pitman, Snyder and I met in
the office at the Mills building. Mr.
Snyder left the office first He left
before I did. Snyder was to return
and get his gun and take a stand in
the alley between the White House
and the McCoy. He was to see that
we were not surprised.
Had Rented a Room.
"I left the office at 9:30. Mr. Boss
and Mr. Pitman were left in the offue.
I -went to a saloon and had a glass of
beer. Then I went to the hotel McCoy.
I went up in the elevator. Mr. Pitman
had given us a key with the number
"201" on It He told us he had rented
the room. I went to the room, found
no one there and came down. Mr. Boss
wa; -naitiuc for the eleator. The.
1 s.cond t.mc I went up the elevator boy J
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BY GABY DESLTS.
BENCH, Italian and Spanish wom
en are trenerallv snnnnspil n .
cosmetics and to wlfp up for
the street more than the American
, woman does.
Frankly, I do not thing this is true.
"While the European woman does use
both powder and paint the young girls
-are much freer from this affectation
than girls of a corresponding age over
I have tried to find a reason for this,
and think that I have discovered it
The young American girl has too much
pocket money. Her foreign sister is
f:lad to have 25 cents a week to spend
oolishly, while the girl over here
thinks nothing of wasting several dol
lars every week on toilet preparations
candy or flowers for her own adorn
ment I am often appalled at the way the
young American girls make up on the
street Women past 30 would hesitate
to use so much cosmetic on their faces
not only because it is so bad for the
skin, but because it makes the face
look so old. But then women of 30
are wiser than girls of 16, who revel In
whitewash and the reddest of carmine
"Why do you girls spoil your com
plexions with powder and rouge, when
you don't have to?' I asked one
"Oh, mademoiselle. It makes us look
so much more Interesting," one of the
little girls piped up. "Anybody con
have Just a regular complexion'
A regular complexion; that is dis
dained! The pretty healthy skin that nature
gave them is not enough. I am sure
what these girls would really like to
resemble is the "vampire" type. The
Vampire" type of face is the last word
In artificiality, and it is resorted to
generally by a woman who' has passed
the uncertain ace. and can no innrar
attract either by youth or charm, so
that she has to call attention to her
self by her startling and uncanny face.
x.uu vitiupii-B iace started on the
stage, of course, in nlnvn -miipvo thA
i piuicipai lemaie .cnaracter was as
neany liKe a venomous serpent as a
stage character can be. The actresses
who play these parts affected snake
like gowns, gray or ashy faces with
red lips and very dark eyebrows over
The vampire makeup, as it is seen in
society and sometimes on the street
consists in covering the face with a
gray powder instead of a white or
pink face powder: the eyelids are
tinted a sort of brown, the eyebrows
are pointed very straight and dark,
and almost meet over the bridge of the
nose. The lips are made very red and
asked me if I was looking for the man
We left the room when Mr. Pitman
gave the signal a rap on the door.
"Boss and I left the room. We went
to the closet as prearranged, and put
on our masks. Mine was an old blue
handkerchief. Mr. Boss Entered the
room. I entered the room near the
closet and demanded the men in there
to hold up their hands and go into the
next room. There were six or seven
men in the room. I pointed my pistol
at them and marched them in. Mr.
Ross, in the next room, -was pointing
his gun at the men, making them stand
up. Mr. Ross saw about locking tho
doors. I stood in the middle of the
room and kept advising them not to
lower their hands. They obeyed my
Instructions. Boss searched the men.
He got one gun. He put It on the
table. I put it In my pocket Boss
then searched the men for money and
diamonds. I saw him use the nippers.
He held one man's arm over a table
and clipped the ring off.
"Mr. Ross then went Into another
room to put the phone out of commis
sion. That was agreed to. Boss then
came back and ordered the men to go
Into the other room. When they had
done so he turned the thumb-latch. We
then took off our masks and went
down the steps. A policeman stuck a
gun against me and told me to hold up
my hands, which I did. They caught
Ross. I remember seeing Capt Greet
I think they put Boss in an automo
bile. I walked down with the crowd.
,"The proceeds of the robbery were
to be divided equally between us, as I
understood the agreement I was to
receive a fifth. Boss a fifth, Pit
njau a fifth, Snyder a fifth.
When tho agreement was made
Snyder, Pitman and Boss were pres
ent The man who was to get the
other fifth Snjdcr said was 'Brown.'"
n w. , . ... ., .i... a-
showed it, hand-investigating" poker
J iim fi 1 1 iiTT I ii r . . RMWnPSSM n
"If Tou "Want to Look "Younger Than Yon Are, Dost Us Powder, Except at
the entire effect is as grewsome as
He Sparine of Powder.
It Is undoubtedly true that makeup
of any kind, even the simplest sort of
powder, gives the youthful face a hard
expression. The skin Is not Intended
with a hito substance. A beautiful
!!?,.T,Sh0iJiId. be 1Ikf that of a child!
?own Klistena under the soft fine
games. The witness said that he
never worked for the Thlel Detective
agency. He said that he had boS
working for the "Western Detective
agency about two months, and he did
?' ZtJi1y gambling investiga
tions that had been made by it
wh "vItneSs Jd he was not drunk.
When he went to the hotel he saw
Boss but did not know where Pitman
and Snyder were. Pitman, he said
came Into the room some time after ho'
and Boss got through.
.nn?1 U ? fact that you were to
spot the poker game and then turn
it.!n4 Jpbberyr Hill asked him?
irst time I ever heard of thnt "
said the witness. lnat
,rH? tesmied that he went down to
Maria. Texas to look into illegal les
of liquor. The witness said he did not
know anything about being discharged,
and said he did not receive any nofice
to that effect He said he nev?r dW
draw a gun on anyone and get dis
charged ror it He did not know any
thing about prominent men employing
the agency to watch gamblers
He said that he got the idea of tell
ing the police when the alleged rob
bery was first proposed. Mr. Pitman
je said, was not at the robbery. Boss's
face, he said, was covered with a hand?
kerchief. There were eye-hole in it.
the witness said.
W. D. Greet sergeant of police, said
he knew Atkinson and saw him at he
police station and back of the court
house. The witness corroborated the
statement relative to the alleged rob
bery, testified to by Atkinson and
incidents of the arrest as told
in lne Herald yesterday.
Greet identified a pair of pinchers as
the ones he found in Boss's coat pocket
He said he called an automobile and
sent Boss to the station, after the ar
rest He then walked down with At
kinson and the 11 men held up. When
ne arrived at the station, the witness
said Boss had been searched and the
money and diamonds taken from him
were liing on the counter.
Another "W ItncsK Testifies.
George Gaskins testified that he was
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If you want to look younger than
you are, don't use powder except at
night, and by strong electric light
Even then use it sparingly, and be
sure that you get the powder of the
right color for your skin. The pure
wnite should never be used at all, ex
cept for theatrical purposes, for almost
all complexions have some yellow In
them, and the best kind of powder is a
careful blending of white, pink and
at the hotel McCoy Monday night He
said he went back in "14," where they
were "playing whist" Mr. Jackson,
Georgo Cooper, Cage, Walter Haines
and seven more men were there, the
witness said. Pitman was in the room
about 11 o'clock.
"We were earing In the back room,
said the witness. "One man came In
one door, another in another. They
held guns in our faces. They made us
march from one room to another. They
lined us up with our faces to the walls
and took all we had. I took the stud
out of my shirt and gave it to them.
They clipped the ring off my finger.
They got $650 and some loose bills
from me. Their faces were covered.
The -witness said he did not have
time to sixe up the men. He said he
lived at 701 St Vraln street
Day Clerk Testifies.
J. L. McCoy testified that he was
day clerk at hotel McCoy. He said he
rented room 01 to a man who regis
tered as "Clark." The witness pointed
to Pitman as the man who rented the
room. He said he did not see the key
any more after it -was taken from the
office. He did not remember seeing
Ross at the hotel.
J. I. Ware, mounted policeman, who
was one of the arresting officers, tes
tified that he searched the "left hand"
side of Boss and found diamonds and
W. H. Jackson testified that his
home was at Amanllo, Texas. He
came here, he said, just about the time
the races opened. He said they -were
playmz a "little cards" at hotel Mc
Coy. He told about two men coming
Into the soom. He said they took $65
from him. He was wearing a ring,
which, lie said, he slipped off his fin
ger and dropped on the floor. y
"A Little Poker and Whist."
The men did not get it The witness
btilA they had been playing "a little
poker and whist" Both, he said. He
did not remember seeing Pitman there.
Miss Orac Kennedy testified th.it
&he was employed by the Western De
tective agency. She Identified Snyder
owing to the fact that the
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and Boss. The witness said that Boss
was only an employe. Snyder, she
said, was the manager. The witness
stated that she remembered Atkinson
as an employe.
Man "Who Sold Pinchers.
Francisco Castanada testified that he
was at hotel McCoy. He said 5506 was
taken from him.
A. Yaffe. dealer In new and second
hand goods, testified that he sold a
pair of pinchers Monday, and pointed
out Pitman as the man who, he
thought purchased them.
S. H. Seay said he was at hotel Mc
Coy and a diamond ring and $1.50 was
taken .from him. The witness said
that the "holdup" men locked them in
the room when they left He did not
know how long they were being held
up, but said that he got tired holding
his hands up. The witness said that
Pitman was in the room, but not at
me lime ine roDoery occurred.
rtos-iTcll Man Bobbed. V
"W. D. Winter said his home was at
Boswell, N. M.: ?2 or ?3 was taken
C. F. Mulhern said his home was at
Philadelphia. He stated that he was a
telegraph operator. Masked men. he
said, took $4 from him.
AuguBt WlUeke. San Angelo, Texas.
SenWwi.? Wa3 a ViCffi t0 the
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POLITE BURGJuAR. GOBS
THROUGH X. TV. c. A. BOOMS
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woman? evan,BS" answered the
"It's a nice evening" "yes. It's a
nice evening." y ls a
with him w.V.t ne "aa sone, and
centime tilwJ.1 the sum total ot
MdaSw?1 ifrom ne oC the rooms
oSe otfll jFlasses frm another. As
house V ,S(Ine$s at the association
steDDednins aown. the fc111 a n
and L".mJne of the rooms, bowed
on th? 25S? Krelns and comments
aft3elh.'r "wlth tne woman. She
SSSThcilSSr- that he had
HELD TJP FOB S10 AS
HE ANSWKBS DOOR. BBLL.
tTi,h.Ink."nBi tbat a ma-n "who knocked
at his front door, S08 East Boulevard,
ii .. "-"'-" J-uesaay nignt was the
call boy. cost Kufus B. Johnson, a
local fireman, $10. Johnson openeJ
the front door to sign the call book
when he said the man pointed a pistjl
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210 - 212 N. STANTON
212 SAN ANTONIO SX
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at his head and demanded, money. He
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Bev. Kencfeth Brown, pastor of the
East El Paso Presbyterian church, left
his bicycle in front of the postoffioe
Tuesday afternoon. When he came out.
the wheel was gone and also his ove--coat.
which he had left In the basket
hanging on the handle bars.
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Someone stole the carbide tank from
J. H. Childers's automobile in the al
ley in the rear of his residence, 2905
Bliss street last night
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