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The Only Picture Ever Taen Inside the Vatican.
The Vatican and His Holiness
Pope Pius X
Showing the Following Scenes:
1. Special permission for taking cinematographs
m the Vatican.
2. Front view of the Church of St. Peters.
3. On the Terrace.
4. Looking down from the terrace.
5. St Peter's Dome.
6. Pontifical Gendarme.
7. Swiss Guard.
8. The Gardens of the Vatican.
9. Replica of the Grotto and of the Basilics of
1 0. The Court of the Pigna, upon which open the
windows of the Pope's Room.
1 1 . Pine cone, originally made for the Chateau
of St. Ange.
12. Casino of Paul IV.
13. His Holiness, Pope Pius X.
The Last World-Notable
FIND MAN DEAD IN
BERTH OF PULLMAN
Lois Zanders, aged 60 years, was
found dead in his berth on the South
ern Pacific passenger train which ar
rived in El Paso from Los Angeles,
Calif., Monday afternoon. It is not
known how long the man had been
dead, but he died at some point between
Los Angeles and El Paso, having board
ed the ti aln at Los Angeles. He was in
ill health and occupied the berth soon
after boarding the train. Coroner E. B.
McClintock, who held the inquest,
stated that death was due to tubercular
trouble, A. ticket from Los Angelee to
Qulncy, IJL. was found in the dead
man's pockets. The body is being held
at a local undertaking establishment,
Ben Lujan, aged 60 years, died Moa
day afternoon at five oclock in a room
in the rear of the building at 619
Caapbell street. He was unattended
at the time, and coroner James J. Mur
phy held the inquest His verdict was
that the man's death was caused by
chronic stomach trouble. Funeral ser
vices will be held Wednesday morning
and interment will be made in the Catn
olic Concordia cemetery. The deceased
is survived by a son. living at Tnlarosa,
A. X. MUSli.
J. W. Lucas received a message from
Phoenix, Ariz., Tuesday announcing the
death of A. N. Mann, assistant super
intendent of the Maricopa and Phoenix
railroad. Mr. Munn was at one time
employed as a macninisc m tne u. it '
x- R A alwiiu in in Pn i,h -m -moil
Mark Nelson, a native of Michigan,
who has been here but two days, died
at a local hospital Sunday at the age '
of 60 years. Funeral services were
held Monday and tha bodv interred In i
lncnnir ccniRBBiim 1
Joseph Seigfreid, years of age. died
at 1026 Myrtle avenue Monday. The
body was shipped to Louisiana for In
terment He had been in this city but
WILLIAM F. JACOBS. '
Wm. F. Jacobs, a single man, 38
years old, and a native of Xnoxville,
Iowa, died at a local hospital Monday.
He had resided her but one month.
The body was shipped to Knoxvtlle for
WOMAJf SAYS SBCB EffFLTJKNCBD
HUSBAVD TO ACCEPT BRD3B
Loe Angeles. Calif., Feb. 4. The di
rect examination of Mrs. Robert F.
Bain, wife of the McNamara. Juror
Clarence S. Darrow is accused of hav
ing bribed, was concluded today when
the attorney's trial was resumed. Mrs.
Bain was so overcome by emotion that
a short recess was called to permit her
to regain her composure. Afterward
she told of having used her influence
on her husband to induce him to ac
cept bribe money from Bert H. Frank
lin, a detective employed by Darrow
when he was chief counsel for the
Darrows chief counsel. Earl Rogers,
whose illness delayed the trial yester
day, was taken to a hospital. It was
jxpected he would be unable to take
further part in the trial.
Former judge Powers of Salt Lake
City was actively In charge of the de
Young KeH's Democratic Clob.
Special meeting 8 oclock tonight in
club room. Coles building.
Just received a carload or add saefe
?cd doors. Lander Lamber Co.
Served from 12 to 2 p. so.
YeoBK Men's Democratic Clafe.
Special meeting 8 oclock tonight la
club room. Coles building.
Use Dmestlc Ceke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
CAR LOAD OF LEVY'S BEST FLOUR
The flour that made us famous. We guarantee absolute satisfaction, or money
refunded. Nothing better milled.
24ii-sack 90c 48 1b. sack $1.75
1 ry a sack of thi flour
UP-TO-DATE MOVING PK-
SPECIAL MASSES FOR
BEGINNING OF LENT
Wednesday will be "Ash Wednesday,"
the beginning of Lent, and will be ob
served with appropriate ceremonies in
the Roman Catholic churches. There
will be a special mass at 7 a. m while
there will also be services, with a ser
mon, in the evening at 7:30.
During Lent, in the diocese of Dal
las, of which El Paso forms a part, Fri
days are days of abstinence as well as
of faatr"CXthoUcs in this dieeese not
being required to abst&ta from meat on
other "Fridays 'during the year, except
during the ember days, which come at
the beginning of each of the four sea
sons of the year.
Sunday is never a day of fast or ab
stinence in any of the Catholic dioceses, i
but it is forbidden to eat fish and meat
at the same meal, even on Sundays.
During Holy week there will be
special services each day, but other
weeks until the end of the 40-day
period there will be services, each
Wednesday and Friday evening, in ad
dition to the regular services.
THIEVES GET FIVE
SUITS AND A WATCH
Two burglaries occurring Monday
night were reported at the police .sta
tion. T. T. Gandara, an employe of the
Bl Paso Herald, living at 409 Fourth
street reported that his room had been
entered some time that nighc and a
watch and five suits of clo;hs taken.
a 1,, stt beine amontr the lot
a luxoao sun ueing among tne lot
Monday night Motorcycle policeman
rxn Thompson was sent to investi-
Sate a reported burglary at 903 M-.sa
avenue. Several articles f clothing,
u was stated, were missed at this place,
TCOMTS F.3TPT.OT) TJS
Jrvo unow, inina. reo. . . oomD.
JJT11 f, ihw,UBOJe?orJ r ?
Chow, today killed 20 bystanders, but
un governor tacapw uninjurea. At
once the governor dashed at his would
be assassin and, with the aid of others,
succeeded in arresting htm.
34T11 DISTRICT COURT. '
Dan M. Jaeksen, PreaidlHg.
City of El Paso vs W. W. Wiley,
trespass to try title suit; on trial.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall, Presiding.
A. O. Jahrew vs J. T. Cameron, suit
on notes; on trial.
Goodman Produce company vs Atch
ison. Topeka & Santa Fe Railway com
pany, suit for damages; case dismissed
at cost pf plaintiffs.
E. B. McClintock, Presiding.
Manuel Fuente and A. Reyes,
charged with burglary; bound over to
grand jury on personal recognizance.
Ignacio Sregoyen. charged with theft
from the person; held to grand jury
on $500 bond.
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
H. B. Marteeny, charged with ex
ceeding the speed ltmlt; fined S5 and
P. p. Wynne, charged with disturb
big the peace; fined ?1 and costs.
MISSING MAN'S BODY IS
-, , F.OI2rD OX LAKH, SHORE
Cleveland, O.. Feb.4. The body of 8
Homer Everett the young society club
and business man, who mysteriously
disappeared Saturday night, was found
this afternoon on the lake shore in
Lakewood, at the foot of a high cliff.
It is believed that Everett when taken
sick at a nouse warming, wandered ont
in a daze and fell over the cliff.
The body was found by four young
clerks who had obtained leave of ab
sence from work to search for Everett
and who probably will divide a $10,000
reward offered by the young man's
204-2Q6 E. OVERLAND ST.
and be com meed.
I'M. SET HIT
OBQZGO IS lllIE
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who are willing to bet that he is alive.
and have the money to back ud their
IndmnATit JnAn Tmirt hnfliff tf hA
grand jury. Tuesday morning stated
mat ae was auuioniea io put up n
sum of $5000 by a man who does bo(
want his name mentioned on account
of holdings he has. in Mexico, on the
proposition that Orozco is fully alive.
In the event that sum is covered.
Franca said that the expenses of the
trip to Orozco's present location would
be paid by his principal. A condition
of the bet is that The Herald and the
morning paper each appoint a man who
is acquainted with Oroaco to go to him
and in three days he can be seen.
City detective George Herold says
that Oroaco is dead. Orosco. he said,
died at San Antonio, Tex., a little over
two weeks aeo from wonnds he received,
at the battle of Ojtnaga. A woman who
nursed him. and at present is living in
Kl Paso, the detective, stated, told him.
that Oroaco had died. He said he did
not have the money to bet on the propo
sition, but he knew that Orozoo le
dead. Orozco's sister also told him,
Herold said, that her brother id dead.
One Command Refuses to Let Another
Come Into Town; War Department
Asked for Orders.
Chihuahua, Mexico, Feb. 4. CoL Jose
Flores Alatorre, the rebel leader, 'with
200 followers, is in possession of
Guadalupe y CalTO, situated three days'
horseback ride from the Parral and
Durango railroad station of Ojitos, and
refuses to give it up to the state troops
from Sinaloa, who have besieged the
He has sent word to them that If
they wish to occupy the place they
must fight, as he Intends to remain in
the town for several days, taking care
of several wounded followers. The
commander of the Sinaloa troops sur
rounding the to ten has telegraphed the
war department for orders.
When Alatorre took possession sev
eral days ago he telegraphed governor
Abram Gonzalez of his intention to pro
tect the town. The executive replied,
asking that Alatorre render his arms
to the Sinaloa troops on their wav to
Guadalupe y Calvo to protect the town.
Alatorre answered that he would re
sent the entry of government troops
and commanded the governor to recall
the Sinalao soldiers. The governor
wired Alatorre again using the short
and ugly word and told him that the
leaerais wouia run him out of the
Just at present Alatorre refuses to
vacate and the federals won't enter.
The town is well situated to repel the
attempted entry of a large number of
GEN. BIiANCO""IN BAD"
WITH THE FEDERALS
Gen. Jose de la Luz Blanco, sojourn
ing in SI Paso after his release hv
rebels, is said to be "persona non
grata" with the federals. It is charged
that the former exinsnrrecto command
er, while a prisoner of the rebels,
signed an order for his captains to dis
organize ineir troops, to return to their
homes or "do as their conscience sees
This, the rebels declare, means that
already Blanco's command has carat
over to the rebel side, depriving the
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v.w...u,. x vu jaoi rBBMV VI
uuwrrecios who xougnt witn M.
against 2Maz. niaac- qflmHiSffaiBCi
CM men, who were left io the
Upon release by Salazar at Guada
lupe, the federal general admitted that
ne was under parole not to enter Mex
$.-uSTSat doSeemainlnr hertn
ico again in arms against
x-aso. ne was tne leading factor in
the attempted peace negotiations, and
now that they have failed, it is hinted
that developments will result
A copy of the document whieh Blanco
is alleged to have signed is addressed
to his captains, Maximlliauo Marques
and Andres Vargas, who at the time of
Blanco's capture by kidnaping remained
in charge lof the irregular troops; Gen.
Salazar vouches for the genuineness rf
the document ,
SAYS GUADALUPE IS
HELD BY FEDERALS
Guadalupe, the Mexican town on the
Mexican side of the river from Fabens,
Texas, is still garrisoned by 35 fed
erals from the Juarez barracks. H. P.
Jackson, of the Fabens Mercantile com
pany says. Mr. Jackson said Tuesday
morning that one of his men bad been
to Guadalupe Tuesday morning and
had seen the federals there in com
mand of the garrison and that the
residents of Guadalupe who had been
arrested by the federals .were still
under arrest '
CAMPOS WOULD DD3 ' "'
Chihuahua, Mexico, J. -Gen. J.
j uunpss. tae rebel heawwelxrht
tltleholder. in a. lone- latifcr tn a M.nH I
in this city, writes that the government
offers him money, amnesty and a safe
journey out of the country. This trin
ity of concessions he spurns, he says,
and has replied to the government that
he would 100 times rather die than
barter bis patriotic ponderous propor
tions for mere money or liberty.
"I'm In this revolution to a finish."
says cheofae. "and at the end Til either
be there with- bells on, or else covered
with from one to nine feet of mother
COL. OROZCO APFLIBS
FOR HIS LD3BRTY
San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 4. Fascual
Orozco sr., father of the Mexican rebel
leader, today filed application before
United States commissioner Edwards
for discharge from custody. Orosco
sets forth that he.as been held by the
federal authorities the required 4i
days and that the Mexican .government
has not pEodqeed evidence to warrant
his extradition. The bearing was set
GBW. J. M. MIER IS SLATED FOR
MADERO'S MINISTER OF WAR
Monterey. Max.. Feb. 4. There is talk
here of the orobable Dlacing of Gen.
J. M. Mier at the head of military mat-
tars in this country. Gen. Mier was
former governor of this state and is
at present chief of the third military
zone, witn headquarters in mis city.
Rumors coming from Mexico City say
that Gen. Mier is slated by the givenr
ment to occupy the post of minister vt
YAQUIS ATTEMPT TO ,
Nogales, Ari-, Feb. 4.- Nine Taqul
Indians, captured by United " States
cavalrymen in an alleged attempt to
smuggle 12,000 rounds ef ammunition
into Mexico have been brought 1re
and placed in jail. They were cap
tured 12 miles east of Nogales.
REBELS NEAR JIMENEZ.
Jimenec Chihuahua, Feb. 4. A large
body of rebels, said to be under the
leadership or "indio" .Mariano, is re
ported 1 miles west of this city. The
command nt here has telegraphed Gen.
Rabago and Rabago has replied that he
has ordered Cot Mercado at Parral to
wead troops to Jnmene
CARAVBO AT TORREON RANCH.
Qaihuahua, Mexico. Feb. 4 Official
reports of Gen. Marcelo Caraveo's
whereabouts advise that the rebel lead
er with upwards of soo men, is at Tor-
rf on ranch. 40 miles from this city CoL
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i-'i tn encountt -
BEALTY SALES AEE
Maay Let Fr Heme Sites Arc Sold
la Residence SHbarlw; Tito
Baagalemi Change llandft.
Real estate sales are again on the
increase, and there is a great demand
new homes loo sale, 'mere is a
scarcity of the ' former and this is
leading permanent residents to pur
chase homes of their own, In the
I John Sorensore has sold M- N. Geddes
a five room house In block 120, Bast El
Paso, in the Alta Vista section, for
3C50. This sale was made through
Austin A Marr, who also sold Isabel
Redmond lot 1. ia block 11. Government
HiU. fqr $1200, and lots 28 and 29. in
Mock 3, Golden Hill, for $1200. The
same firm sold Miss Maud Austin lots
32 to 36, in Mock 3, of the Clark
Blschop tract in Bast EI Paso, for
$900; Mrs. T. R- Hasam. lots 29 to 32.
in block 2. of the same tract for $725,
and lots 1 to 6, in block 1. of this tract
to R. L. Holllday and J. M. Pollard, for
11100. Lots 25 and 26, in block 2. in
this tract to F. L. Brewer for $400.
Bhtb Government HIU Lots.
Arch Bell has sold H. C. Michael lots
17. IS and 19. in block 86. Government
Hill for $600 and W. L. Field has sold
H. L. Michael lots 23 and 24 in block
86 of this addition for $400, these sales
being made through Austin & Marr.
AVtoeraaR Boys BuBjraloiv.
The Perry-Kirkpatrick Realty com
pany has sold E. E. Wiseman the five
room bungalow at the corner of Piedras
and Tularosa streets in the Alta Vista
section for $4500 and has sold W. C
Hayden. of the First National bank, a
four room bungalow on Ohio street in
Mock 28. Highland Park, for $2850.
The Newman Investment company
has sold John W. Loss, lots 1 and 2, in
block 42, Morningside Heights, for I
$550, and W. A. Veazey. lots 17 and 18,
in block 2 of the same addition for
$550. John T. Karr lots 24 and 25 in
block 38, Grand View for $480. George
Stine. lots 7 and 8, In Mock 1061-2
Highland Park, for $500. Mrs. & J.
Craddock. lots 8 and in block 107,
Highland Park for $500. and Mrs. A. J.
Rose, lots 10 arid 11. in this last men
tioned block for $500.
PE.AC7! PIPE "WTkL BE
GIVEN TO WILSON
Chief Hollow Horn Bear of South Da
kota Indian Wanlx to Take Part
Ih iBSBtrBral ef PreMdnt.
Washington. D. C, Feb. 4. Hollow
Horn Bear, of South Dakota, an Indian
chief, and fbe original of the picture
of the Indian on the $5 treasury certifi
cates, has written to tne inaugural com
mittee, through senator Gamble, of
South Dakota, expressing a desire to
attend the inauguration. The chief de
sires to present to the new president a
great peace pipe, 'which he declares is
the highest honor the Indians of South
Dakota can confer on the "great white
1 If president elect Wilson annroves
the plan. Hollow Horn Bear will bring
with h'm a group of Indian chiefs, and
the gift will be presented -with tribal
ceremonies. The pipe 'which Hollow
Horn Bear would present is similar to
those -presented by the Indians ta their
own cb Attains.'
For the first time in history women
will participate in the inaugural parade.
GIVES DEMOCRATS CRKDIT FOR
"GOOD rNTEXTTOXS" OX TARIFF
St Paul, Minn. Feb. t-j-Further
prosperity was predicted for this
country by senator Knute Kelson of
Minnesota at a banquet given in honor
of his 70th birthday anniversary.
In an address before a joint session
of the legislature, senator Kelson said
that while he believed in "a reasonable
degree of protection" he gave -the
Democratic party "credit for good In
tentions' in its scheme for tariff re
Ailver loWWyas presepted
td senator Netam atrhi" banqfi et
WBST VntGlXIA SENATORS
FOR DIRECT ELECTIONS
Charleston, W. Va, Feb. 4. The sen
ate adopted the house resolution, rati
fying the amendment to the federal
constitution providing for the election
of United States senators by popular
URGE AGRICULTURAL SECRETARY.
Trenton. N. J., Feb. 4. Representa
tives Stanley, of Kentucky. Goodwin, of
Arkansas, Calloway, of Texas, Gribble,
of Georgia, and Russell, of Missouri,
have urged governor Wilson to appoint
C & Barrett of Georgia, president of
the National Farmers' union, as secre
tary of agriculture.
ROSS IS ARRAIGNED;
TRIAL TO BE FEB. 17
L. EL Ross was arraigned in the
14th district court Monday afternoon
on an indictment charging robbery by
use of firearms. The arraignment was
upon the testimony of B. C. Cage.
Ross's trial was set for Feb. 17, and a
special venire of 150 was ordered from
which to secure & Jury. The trial of
Ross Is the outgrowth of the Hotel
McCoy affair in which It was alleged a
card game had been interrupted by
two men who held up the players.
When arraigned Monday, Ross pleaded
FEKLHY J. SHBPARD AIKD BRIDE
START OX BUHOPRAN TOUR
New "VrV TC "V -:. m r- i
Mrs. Finlev -T ShnBi 'ua -.' -
dy to spend the rest of their honey-
moon abroad. Mrs. Shepard was Miss
Helen M. Gould. They were married
two weeks ago at the bride's home in
The Shepards were passengers on the
steamship Kron Prinzessin Cecilia,
bound for Bremen. They Intend to ga
by easy stages to Egypt and to sta7
abroad .until May. The duchess De Tal
leyrand, who was Miss. Anna Gould, was
on the same boat. witH the duke and the
little prince De Sagan.
OHJ FLOATING ON WATER
OF DITCn CATCHBS FIRE
Sparks from an engine are believed
to have set on fire the oil which floated
on the water In the ditch at the inter
section of Cotton avenue and the G. H.
clt8-.at 1I:1 oclock Tuesday morn-J"f-
Railroad ties nearby caught fire,
out the flames were extinguished be
for.e ny were destroyed.
At 11:25 Tuesday morning hot ashes'
Placed on the rear porch of the resi
dence at 705 Boulevard burned a hole
in the porch before the fire was ex
tinguished. The central fire compaar
responded to both alarms Taesday
SITE AT EXPOSITION
,.J Francisco, CaL, Feb. 4. Close to
the bay shore. Massachusetts, the pld
3LSf toofc tlt, to th 8,te where
I. win erect a pavilion representing
?' the Panama Pacific exposition
IS m?" Caroline Hughes, 11 years
wuia,,ffhtfr a bishop Edwin H.
S0?1? of achusetts, raised the
MINISTER TO CIirXA MAY '
r ... WOT RETURN TO niS POST
t w,ShInSton. D. C. Feb. 4. William ,
J. Calhoun. United fetates minister to'
China, will leave soon for 1 he United I
Mates on furlough. He will not return
to his oost. it is believed here. He re-
turns Feb. 9 by the Suez canal.
SBNTEXCBD TO 18 YEARS. '
San Jose, Calif.. Feb. 4. Marshall
lack, former state senator and wreck
er ot the Palo Alto Building and Loan
association was sentenced today on
three imlii t'nents to which he had
plead! truilty One sentence Is for
seven, one for two and one for one
year in San Qmntin. The sentenoes
run ont- uti , v
BATTLES WITH HEAVY GALE.
Newport New Ta., Feb 4 fter
towing a dlsaMr-d unknown steamer '
witnm loo mi
tl n lr-i"C 'l
of Capo Hen'
the Rri" l .!
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New York Bern-maker Startle Police
By Admitting He Has Caused
New York, N. Y Feb. 4. John Paul
I Farrell, a Janitor, confessed today that
he sent to Bernard Herrera last Sun
day the bomb which resulted in the
death of Mrs. Herrera and serious in
jury to Herrera and Miss Fughtman. a
boarder atthe house.
Then Farrell astonished the pollee
by stating that he sent the bomb
which killed Mrs. Helen Taylor a year
He killed Mrs. Taylor, he said because
she was his daughter and had been be
trayed. "Kid" Walker was kiUed in 1887, he
declared, by a man named Lester.
Bomb Mailed to Judge.
The attempt on judge Rosalkl's life,
he added was made because the judge
had sentenced a criminal unnamed, to
20 years' imprisonment The bomb was
sent to the judge by a man known
to Farrell only as "Tony." Herrera's life
was sought, Farrell said, because Her
rera had said he would discharge him
as janitor. Farrell was employed at
the apartment house where Herrera
"Unless this man is crazy," said
deputy commissioner Dougherty, "we
b&Te caught the most dastardly crim
inal that has come to the attention of
the police in 50 years.
Upmb Resembled Box of Candy.
Mrs. Taylor, or Grace Walker, was
killed a year- and a day ago. The
infernal Instrument was made up to re
semble a box of candy and she was
instantly Killed, until today the rea
son why hei death was sought re
"Kid" Walker, who Farrell declares
it as the betrayer of of his daughter,
was shot down on the Bowery nearly
2C years ago. Deputy Dougherty said
he would try to solve the old mystery.
FACES CHARGE OF
Frederick O. Beach, 5tw York Million
aire, Denies Charge Talks with
Wife ia Ceartreem.
Aiken, & C, Feb. 4. Charged with
assaulting his wife. Camilla More
Havemeyer Beach, "with intent to MIL"
j Frederick O. Beach, a New York mll-
llonah-e. today was placed on trial in
tae AlKen county eourt of general
Mrs. Beach was the victim of a mys
terious attack on the night of Feb. 26
last She was assaulted while stand
ing on the lawn ef the Beach winter
home here, and received a serious cut
In tllA thrftut TmmoiAlv .Ft t.A
attack Mrs. Beach asserted that her '
assailant was a negro. After an in-
vesngauon Dy tne authorities a war
rant was issued for the arrest of Mr.
Beach. Repeatedly he has denied the
Talks With Wife la Court
Mr Beach appeared In the court
room early, accompanied by Mrs. Beach,
her sister. Mrs. James B. Taylor, and
Miss Marion Hollins.
Beach and his wife sat at their
counsel's table behind a bulwark ef
law books, chatting gaily while the
prosecution 'was calling the witnesses
in another case.
While the indictment was being read
Mrs. Beach kept her eyes intently upon
prosecutor Gunter. Her face did not
change expression when he reached
the words "did asanlt with murderous
'Sot Formally Arraigned.
Beach rested his chin on his hand
and gazed straight before him. He was
not formally arraigned, thus being
spared the humiliation of standing In
the prisoners' docket
HUDSON EJECTED AS
DEPOT COMBANJ HEAD,
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Prentdent or Mexican Central Succeeds
G. S. Wald as Terminal Official;
Everman Vice President.
C R. Hudson, president of the Mex
ican Central railroad, is the new presi
dent of the union depot company for
tle year The election was held Tues
day at the union station. J. W. Ever
man, general superintendent of the
Texas and Pacific, was elected vice
president; W. R. Martin, superinten
dent and secretary, and IT. S. Stewart
treasurer. G S. 'Wald was president
last year and Mr. Hudson was vice
Those who- attended the meeting of
the station directors were: C R. Hud
son. J. W. Everman: G. -S. Wald. arjf- I
lines: F C Fox, general manager of
the Santa Fe coast line: R. M. Hoover.
i superintendent of the G. H. In EI Paso;
H. J. Simmons, general manager of the
Southwestern: E. B. Smith, terminal
superintendent of the T. & P., and W.
R. Martin, superintendent
NEGRO TROOPER. CHARGED
wrrn murder, is acquitted
Tombstone. Ari.. Feb. 4. The kill
ing of trooper Wilbur C Griffin, of
etmpany D. ninth cavalry, alleged to
have been by trooper John H. Landles.
of company B of the same regiment
occupied the time of the superior court
It took all morning to get a jury and
the state occupied three hours in put
ting on its testimony, at the conclu
sion of which attorney Gllmore moved
!eJi'?!K7lf!.,;fP H"T to be cured.
ground of insufficient evidence. ' The
motion was granted and county attor
ney Gilmore made the statement that
the testimony given was not the same
as adduced at the preliminary bearing.
All parties concerned were negroes ef
the ninth regiment XT. S. cavalry.
BISHOP VISITING TCBRE.
Right Rev. Edward W. Osborne,
bishop of Springfield. Ill- is the guest
of Rev. Henry Easter, of the church
of St Clement The bishop Is en
route to California and stopped off in
El Paso for a visit with Rev. Mr.
Norman Carmlchael, general manager
of the Arizona Copper company, of
Clifton, Ariz., is here for a business
trip and is registered at Hotel Paso
WATD TTBRB WITH PARTY.
G. S. Wald, acting general manager
of the Sunset-Central lines is in EI
Pasj). on an Inspection trip from bis
Houston. Tex , headquarters. Accom
panying him are Mrs. Wald. her
mother. Mrs. Mary Seaborn and Mr
Wald's secretary. L. Emmlch. They are
occupying the private car Ysleta. The
party will return to Houston tonight
GROCBR IS tARRRSTHD.
G. H. Muensch. a local grocer, has
been arrested by United States offi
cers, charged with selling oleomargar
in in unstamped packages. He is
out on bond. The case is In the court
of United States connnlseioner G B
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Circulation talk is a
'tender subject to the
publisher whose sub
scribers are few.
tion is a feature of
every Herald contract.
Main Store Grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
You can save from 10 to 15 percent here No book
keepers to pay, no collectors to pay. (And best of all,
no accounts to lose.) This is why we can saoe you money.
Sugar, 20 pounds for - -J . .$1.00
Extra nice large Florida Grapefruit, 3 for 25c
Real home made Grape Jelly, per glass ;. . . 10c
Real home made plum or currant jelly, 2 for 25 c
Beach Nut jellies and jams, regular 20c kind, at 1 5c
Del Monte Catsup 10c & 20c
Evp. pitted Cherries, 1 lb. pkgs. only 30c
Evp. Raspberries, 1 lb. pkgs. only 25c
Evp. Blackberries, 1 lb. pkgs. only 15c
English Walnuts (good ones) per lb 20c
Cranberries (good ones) per quart v 10c
Blue Ribbon Flour
Blue Ribbon Butter, 2 lbs. for 75c
Blue Ribbon Eggs, per doz 35c
Mt. Park Eggs, fresh every day, per doz 45c
Extra good Oregon Potatoes, 12 lbs. for 25c
Best Lump Starch, 4 lbs. for . 25c
4 large rolls Toilet Paper, for - 25c
Premium Hams, per lb. .- - 22c
Premium Bacon, per lb - 32c
Good, sweet, plain Hams, per lb ..--. .20c
Good, sweet, wide plain Bacon, per lb . . .22c
Krinkle Corn Flakes, 4 pkgs. for . . .-,. .--..,.. ... -. .25c
Largest Gold Dust, per pkg. . .20c
HAPPY HANK FUND
IS BEING INCREASED
Contributions Are Belag Made by Big
Hearted Ones to Help Little
Help Happy Hank to help himself.
The Happy Hank fund- is growing.
Little Henry Phillips will soon be in his
white bed in the Denver hospital for
children. There his helpless little legs
may be enred and his bright brain
Contributions continue to arrive at
the Charity bouse for the fund to
send Happy Hank to Denver, and to
endow his 'bed In the. children's hos
pital Mrs. Josephine Nations Morfit
who is in charge of the fund, reported
1135.50 subscribed Tuesday morning,
and more promised for the Happy Hank
fund. Fred Fenchler leads the list with
a subscription of S60 to the fnnd
original subscription was for $40, but
he increased it 920 Tuesday. C N.
" "u to put nis name aown lor
any amount needed, and he was placed
in the fis column. R. E. Thomason
sent $5 to the Charity house with a
letter saying that he would increase the
conirwution to any amount needed to
HO one has vet ltcen found tn taVa
the little fellow to the Denver hos
pital a number of persons applied,
but they wished an excursion to Den
ver at uanks expense The endow
ment fund is needed to keep him there
uht'l?e is cured, and the members of
the Woman's Charity thought it wiser
to find someone who. was going to
Denver who would take Henry there for
a compensation for the care of htm on
the train. Judge A. & J. Bylar. of the
jgvenile court has Interested himself in
iue case. He says that the county is
willing to assist and will also arrange
iJ Hank's caretaker to have the bene
fit of the half fare rate to Denver.
The Charity believes it has found a
solution of Hank's problem in the sub
scription list which started spontane-
"mjt ai&er roe story or nappy Hank
and his vo shoes appeared in The
Hrld. Those who have a Happy Hank
smile coming are
Fred Fenchler. $S; C. N. Bassett 516;
-Josephine Morfit WS; James Marr.
W; Ted Houghton. Jr., J5: R. E. Thom
ason. J: J. L. Dyer. 5; Miss Vir
ginia Logan, J: J. F. Williams, 1;
O. C. Coles. $1; Mrs. H. W. Broaddus.
II; Mrs. Y. Del Campo. 1; Emmett
Hines, $1; Mrs. W. L. Tooley. JL
STRIKERS ARE DISSATISFIED
WITII THE BENEFITS PAID THEM
New York. N. Y., Feb. 4. An apparent
struggle for leadership between higher j
"xni or ine united uarment work
ers' union, a feeling of discontent
among thousands of workers because of
tne lew strike benefits paid, and the
continued bargaining between union
representatives and manufacturers over
terms of settlement, marked the open
ing of the sixth week of the clothing
strike of 110.000 men. women and girls.
The Associated Boys' Clothing Manu
facturers, comprising a group of em
ployers of about IS. 000 workers, agreed
after a conference to grant an increase
of 16 percent, a 54 hour week and tacit
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24 lb. sack 80c
4$ lb. sack.. $1.55
fJntn in 3Snhty
I Better Cough Syrup than 1
a uu. suu jjujf m
A Fsrflr Sapply, Sarteff 93
F Uy G sraateeS.
A full pint of cough symp aa mac
as you. could buy for 2.50 -can easily
be made at home. You will find nothiaff
that takes Hold of aa obstinate cough
more quickly, usually ending it inside of
24 boors. clent, too. for croup,
whooping couch, core longs, asthma,
hoarseness ana other throat troubles.
Gx one-pint of granulated sturar "frith
( 14, pint of warm water, ad stir for 2
I auaBtea. .rut ij ounces ox triaex i nrtv
' wmta n'.tpH, tn o lunf tsit )., jt,t
, il. e ,,.
the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly.
Take a teaspoonial every one, two or
This is jnst laxative eaong to elp
cure a cough. Also stimulates the appe
tite, whieh is usually upset by a cough.
The taste is pleswant
The effect of pine and sugar syrup oh
the inflamed membranes is well known.
Pines is the most valuable concentrated
compound of Norway white pine extract
rich in fpaiacol and all the natural
healing pine elements. Other prep ra-
tions will not work in this formula.
The Finer and Sngar Syrup recipe is
now used by thousands of housewives
throughout the United States and Can
ada. The plan, has been imitated, bat
the old successful formula has never
A goaraniy of absolute sstisfaetko, or
money promptly refunded, rates with this
recipe. Your drapr-ist has Pinex, or will
set it for vsm. If not, send ia The
Pines Co, K, Wayne, lad.
recognition of the antes. This agree
ment, it was announced at union head
quarters, would not be accepted, since it
did not embody all the demands of the
Porcelain Workers Arbitrate.
Trenton. N. J., Feb. 4. The differ
ences betwen the porcelain manufac
turers of this cirv an) tlwrir 1AM em
ployes, who have been oa strike for
more than a week, will be submitted ta
arbitration. The various porcelain
plants in this city are closed down and
the industry Is at a standstill.
Strike Threatened at Buffalo.
Rochester. N. T.. Feb. 4. Buffalo
will probaWv be the next city to joia
k w York Boston and Rochester aa
the scene of a garment workers' stride.
The union leaders here declare that
a general strike will be called in
Buffalo before the end of the week, be
cause manufacturers there are doing
work for the New York and Rochester
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