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X, PASO HERALD
Tuesday, February 4, 1913
was a miner In the
more than 19 years.
United States for
Or. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach.
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bids,
. I Murdered Man Identified.
TRAIN BULLETIN. jjarceHne Estrada, aged 21 years.
The Mexican Central train, due In El was the name of the man who was
raso at 4:15 p. m., is reported to arrive stabbed to death early Sunday morning.
..t 6:30 p. m.. and Texas Pacific train He lived at tne corner of Fourth and
No. 5. due in El Paso at : p. m is Virginia streets. The police have been
reported to arrive in El Paso at 5:05 a. ! unable to gain any clue which would
n-.. W ednesday morning. All other af- i lead to the apprehension of the man's
t rnoon and evening trains are reported ' anallant.
the southern ena of the crevasse at I fT? AWTP TJUfATT Q
Beulah. Miss., widening the gap to VXfciJJNXi JK.CiO.ft rj.rp
THE EAELY DAYS
about 60 feet, the flood situation aloncr
the Misslssioni river is not materially I
changed. The widening of the Beulnh '
For basse wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraph one and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street.
Takes Ilnnnan to San Antonio.
A. Newton, deputy sheriff at San
Antonio. Tex., arrived in El Paso Mon
day night to take F. C. Hunnan. said j
to be wanted in that city on a charge
of theft over $50, back with him. The '
officer and his prisoner left for San
Antonio Tuesday morning.
Why pay $1.08 per nour when you
can get your work done for 75c per
hour? We employ union labor: lowest
prices on material.
Quality House, 119 X. Stanton St.,
Texas Electrical Supply Company.
gap, however, will cause the inunda
tion of a much greater area than at
first anticipated. The task of caring
for refugees already is assuming larger
proportions than local resources can
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroys El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Tlr .lamlrMn. 1iAMajit if ViinVR
bladder, rectum and skin; SIS Mills Bldg. ig man is believed to have come here.
Twb Ml-"Ing Men Sought Here.
Patrick O'Connor left Pittsburg. Pa..
in 1882, and has not written to his five I
sisters living there for 25 years, ac- j
cording to a letter received by police j
chief I. N. Davis, who was asked to lo- !
cate the missing man. The writer of
the letter was Meicheal Welsh, residing I
at 617 Blanton street, Cireenheld. 1'Itts- !
bursr. Thomas Qulkenden. who lived at t
69 Columbia street, Albany. N. Y be
fore he disappeared, is sought by his
wife who wrote chief Davis. The mlss-
Ak New Trial for IlLihop.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 4. Attorneys
for Methodist bishop David II. Moore,
of Cincinnati, have filed a motion in
the federal court in Kansas City. Kan.,
for a new trial of the suit brought bv
Mrs. Carrie E. Cope of Topeka, asking
$59.00 from the bishop for alleged
1,fc. iiic ui;i trial icauiicu ill a. vti
dict for Mrs. Cope, assigning one dol
lar damages and the costs against
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath.
Mills Bldg.. Phone 141.
Noted Actor Plajed First in Texas at
KI Paso, Mnu), Many Years
Ago Surprised at Gruiith.
"I am making my golden jubilee
tour this season in my private car. and
let me tell you that private car has
solved the cne-night-stand problem in
a manner truly delightful to contem
plate." said Wm. H. Crane, veteran
American actor, today. "Xo more
horrors of inferior hotel accommoda
tions, or mad dashes for the trajns.
We have all of the comforts of home
right there in the car, including baths,
library, smoking room, dining com
partment, drawing room and every
thing which tends toward makinc life
I comfortable and worth while." The
' 'senator" really "keeps house" aboard
"We are covering an extensive
j stretch of territory this year to com
413 I memorate what is to me a very happy
When You See a Heart
When You Win a Heart
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon. Oregon and San Antonio.
Another Mall Carrier. !
Another mail carrier has been
alloted to the El Paso postoffice, and
he will begin work on March 1, when
the new eight hour law for postal em
ployes will become effective.
Dr. Eliert, Dentist. ie-31S Mills Bldg.
Pretext Guard To Be Sent.
Tuesday was pay day at Fort Bliss,
and a provost guard will be sent down
town to assist the police In preserving
Dr. Jones. Foot Specialist. Mills IUilc.
Open at night by appointment Phone 788 ; jjr. n. M. Rntllf f, dentist. 24-5-6 Ca-
Dlscever Anarchist Plot.
Cerebere. France, Feb. 4. An anar
chist plot has been discovered at
Huelva, Spain. Professor Francisco
Sanchez of the Barcelona modern
school. Emiliano Barral and Antonio
Oliveria. the latter two well known
anarchists, have been arrested.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Faget. dentist. 501 Roberts-Banner.
Probe Alleged Plot.
Jersey City. X. J.. Feb. 4. A sequel j
to the recent shooting of Thomas Con
voy came with the arrest of Peter !
Murphy, business agent of the hoist- j
ing engineers union, on a warrant j
charging conspiracy ii an attempt to I
bring about the death of John W.
Burke, a member of the same union
Conrov was shot by mistake by New
York gangsters who came here in
search of Burke, according to
Taft Opens Auto Show.
Washington. D. C, Feb. 4. President
Taft. whose administration has been
marked for official favor for the auto
mobile, pressed a button that officially
opened the Washington automobile
show of 1913. The spark, flashed at
exactly 8 oclock last :-lght, released a
big American flag In the automobile
show hall, lighted 1500 incandescent
bulbs and rang four huge gongs. The
show is scheduled to continue through
out the week.
Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines and
internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Find Body In Snow.
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the tracks of his slayer, the body of
Sam Reed, who acted as interpreter in
the recent hearings of the election con
test cases involving Republican and
Socialist candidates, was found in a
roadway near Dunkirk. Reed had been
shot through the head.
Autos, hacks and baggage,
will get them night or day.
Raise Fnnds for Chlnn's Army.
San Francisco. Calif.. Feb. 4. A fund
of $400. 000 is being raised by the
Chinese in the United States and
Canada and within a few weeks it will
be sent to Wo Hon Mun. governor of
tho nmtrlniv nf Canton. China, to outfit
,f j l , l. ... I."- -. 7 . I , ' -r.-,,
auegea concession uy uue . un rci , m,e army tnat is io marcn irom x-rmn
arrested just alter tne snooting.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteepthle Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief:
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians:
201 West Missouri street.
Headquarters for Mazda lamps. Gem
Electric Co 601 San Antonio St.
Miner Is New Lawmaker.
Helsingfors. Finland. Feb. 4. X.
TokoL the Social-Democrat, who has
i"t been elected president of the diet.
to nrotect Chinese Interests in Mon
golia against the Russians. Already j .j, prisons at Busk and Huntsville
been subscribed by local
Phone i when you want auto, fcactrs
or baggage day or night.
Men's Club to Meet.
The Presbyterian Men's club will
meet this evening at S oclock for a
business session. The report of the
minstrel committee will be heard and
arrangements made for entertaining
the Men's club of the church of St
Clement on Feb. 18. .
Dr. Morford. obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren& kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
MRS. BALLINGTON BOOTH WILL
INSPECT TEXAS PRISONS
Xew York. X. Y Feb. 4. Mrs. Bal
lington Booth, of tbe Volunteers of
America, lias left here for Texas. She
goes to that state at the special invita
tion of governor Colquitt and the state
prison commission to inspect all prison
Dlantations and larms. as wen as me
P- -. ' .,'" - : " sa
E KNOW that Valentine day is coming We
also nou) that something is going to happen
before Valentine day. What it is we will adoise you
in a day or two. Watch for the Hearts especially
the one that reads
.ouers Furniture. Co.-
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics. 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
n. II. Williams & Co- 223 S. Stanton,
uptodate wallpaper and papering.
Gap in I.cvee Widen.
Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 4. Except for
the unexpected collapse of 200 feet of
Go to Europe fay ihe North-German
s Brandenburg'"' Feb. 15
NS 'Breslau" March 8
SS -Cassel" April 5
S '"AVittekind" Mav 3
S -Koeln" My 24
SS '-CasseF June 14
sv 'Breslan' July 5
SS "Koeln" July 26
Large comfortable steamers.
FARES: Cabin, $67.50 and $50.00;
Apply to Local Agents, or to
ALFRED HOLT, General Agent,
EN AN ACRE i
' HQj tlre are 15 lots, we are sell- JH
' Eaj 'UK acre tracts on the interur- H
E& ban for $200 each $10 cash. H
' Bl .mil $10 a month. B
I Tdbin Trust Co. I
MS Headquarters for land on the H
jB Interurban. B
Governor Cokiuitt and the commis
sioners will accompanv Mrs. Booth on her
tour of inspection. At tie cIofc of her
trip she is to speak to the legislature
at Austin. Mrs. Booth also will address
uiiblic meetings in Houston, Austin,
Waco and Dallas.
SON ASKS TO BE SENT TO
SAME PRISON WITH FATHER
Chicago. Ill, Feb. 4. United States
district judge Carpenter was greatly
moved when he sentenced three Rice
brothers James, Melvin and Fred to
tlie penitentiary for counterfeiting.
James was given five years and the other
two three years each. George, a fourth
brother, was granted a new trial.
When James tolti the court that his
wife, who is in a delicate condition, and
her two children, are io be evicted from
their home for non-payment of rent,
judge Carpenter burst out:
"Why do vou tell me that? You make
it all the harder for the court, when
the matter ia painful enough as it is."
James Rice, sr.. father of the defend-
l ants, now is serving a 10 Tears' sentence
j for counterfeiting at Atlanta, and the
i plea of James, jr that he be sent to
that institution was .granted.
AKE YOU FAT
We Want to Prove at Our Own Expense That It Is No Longer Necessary
to Be Thin, Scrawny, and Undeveloped.
period of my life. The reason I -was
anxious to have the southwest in
cluded in the itinerary was because I
think in a big sense this section typi
fies to a greater measure the marvelous
development of this country than any
other section which I can recall.
"You people who live here and have
seen this section and its towns and
cities grow by inches can not realize
how wonderful this is. We who only
are permited to make occasional visits,
however, can see at a glance the con
crete example of what you have grown
familiar with in the building, and I tell
you it is astonishing in its reach and
Refers to Texas Thentricnlx.
I can scan back over very near 50
years of Texas theatricals, and you
have no idea how interesting a back
ward look can be. Early in mv career
I flrst played Texas with the late John
McCulloch, when I was working east
from a fine season on the Pacific coast
Then in the succeeding days Stuart
Robson and I came here often with
The Comedy of Errors.' and 'Our
Boarding House,' and later with our
first great modern success by an
American, The Henrietta.' by Bronson
Howard. Those were the days when
El Paso was a frontier in the full
realization of that distinctlv Amrrlmn
term. Can we old-timers ever forget
those wonderful audiences.
"The first theater I ever played in
Texas was an uncouth sort of temple
to Thespis in El Paso, which I have
forgotten except as to its mingled
outlines of Spanish Renaissance and
conventional adobe. Then we went to
San Antonio, and I wanted most of all
to see the Alamo. The less we say
about the theater of that day the bet
ter, perhaps. Along the line we encoun
tered the Pillot ODera house in Hous
ton, the old Tremont theater in Galves
ton, the Millett opera house, Austin:
the original Fort Worth opera house.
Fort Worth, and the old Dallas opera
house in Dallas.
Growlnsr by Leaps and Bounds.
Tve been coming at intervals ever
since, and have seen Texas grow by
leaps and bounds. Tou can under
stand, therefore, whv I was anxious to
vis4t the state this time and include it
in my golden anniversary tour."
CLINT WORKS FOR
RURAL HIGH SCHOOL
"THE SKXATOU KEEPS HOUSE."
"It is the best thing I have seen since
v"..rfield was here," declared a woman
' onday night as she got into her au
tomobile in front of the El Paso theater
after witnessing the performance of
The Senator Keeps House," by William
H. Crane and company.
This may have been a little enthusi
astic exaggeration, but it is hard to re
call anything that has pleased El Pa
soans better since Mr. Warfield's visit.
William H. Crane has for half a cen
tury been one of the leading lights of
the American stage; with age he is im
proving, if anything. No more delicious
bit of acting has been seen anywhere
than that of the veteran actor in his
present American comedy, which is
built around the life of a widower sen
ator who has trouble getting house
keepers and finally gets one that makes
him so happy he can't get alons with
out her, and doesn't. A claim against
the government, in which she figures
as the principal, unknown for a time
to him. gives the production its plot.
Two young people, two negro servants,
a congressman who is not so careful of
his moral scruples when money is con
cerned, a dashing, scheming widow ana
a u. A. R. veteran are the rest or tne
characters. All are well cast; in fact.
Mr. Crane's support is all that could
be expected, even for a company sur
rounding such a capable actor as him
self. Harry Harwood as the congressman
is exceptionally clever, and Mabel Bert
as Mrs. Fowler, the housekeeper, is also
The performance is in four acts, mag
There is not a dull moment in the
play: it is riot boisterous fun, but gen
tle, subtle humor. It is its gentleness,
its subtlety, its exquisite finish, that
make the play; by a less capable com
pany it would be very ordinary; by Mr.
Crane and his company, it is more than
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Thomas Davis " 10 "10 "
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Meeting to be Held Wednesday Night
to Dl.scn Plnnn for Securing the
Clint, Texas. Feb. 4. Clint is. pulling
for the El Paso county mral hih
school. On Wednesday night a meet
ing of the Commercial club will be held
at the school house to discuss the ques
tion of how to go about securing it, as
Miss Winkler, county superintendent,
has promised to be present.
Miss Winkler was in attendance Sat
urday afternoon at the meeting of the
school board with a number "f parents
who had complaints to make agaln&t
the teachers and who wanted the teach
ers dlsmiasd or the school closed.
However, it was found best to continue
the school with the present teachers
In charge, as they were found to be do
ing good work.
Kisses Imogene Taylor, Helen DeLacy
and Mrs. John Schairer and Stewart
Schairer. Oscar and Oswell Cheek were
in atienaance at tne party given at
the Moon ranch near Belen.
E. A. Humble has a position on the
Dr. Turner place, south of Clint, and
has moved to the ranch.
Mrs. R. G. Murphy, who is in an El
Paso hospital, suffering with tvphoid
fever, is reported to be improving.
Sam Carr. jr., who has been suffering
with a case of ptomaine poison, is abl"
to be out again.
The Tri-tSate Telephone company has
extended their service in the vicinity of
Fabens by running another circuit to
that place and installing several now
phones in that locality.
BABY A SIGHT
SHOOTIJfG .VXD AXIMAL ACT.
Madeline Del Ray certainly can shoot.
With her human target act she caused
many thrills at her opening exhibition
at the Hippodrome Monday night. With
an assistant standing behind a paper
screen, Madeline Del Ray. 'with a 22
caliber rifle, perforates the screen, out
lining the figure of the man. the bul
lets coming close, but always missing
the human target.
Such little things as breaking glass
balls held on small sticks close to the
head of the target, were easy, but the
target bats his eyes as the glass breaks.
The act also includes shooting the light
from a cigar, breaking an apple on top
of the man's head and smashing clay
targets surrounding the man's body. In
this exhibition the shooter holds her
rifle in the natural position, then turns
it over, holding the stock to her head
and sighting along the underside of the
gun barrel. A bullet also snuffs out the
fire as two men hold cigars together.
Hitting a swinging target every time it
moves backward and forward and ring
ing the bull's eye of a target behind
which a man Is standing, are other
difficult feats which Madeline Del Ray
performs with aparent ease. With the
sixshooter she also rings the gong re
peatedly. The exhibition closes with . Madeline
entering the cage of lions and playing
with Jimmie, a pet which she says she
has had since he was .seven days old.
Jimmie Is now past two years of age
and she can no longer keep him in a
house, but in his cage Jimmie rolls on
his back and plays with the lash of a
whiD like a kitten plays with a string.
and caresses his trainer with his paws.
Del, the female of the species, which is
more deadlier than the male, is not so
friendly, and Madeline keeps a safe dis
tance from Del, who works her jaws as
though always hungry. After the
trainer sweeps out their cage, botb
lions charge the bars vigorously as the
beef which consists of their evening
meals is thrown into their cage.
Jimmie. the pet lion, she says, was
born near San Francisco and was moth
ered by a bulldog until old enough to
take care of himself.
Corpus Christi, Texas.
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round. Finest beach on Gulf Coast.
Hunting and fishing, also golfing. Ideal
Geo. E. Korst. Manager.
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CRAWFORD WEDNESDAY MATTXEE
The prices for the matinee at the
Crawford Wednesday are 10 and 20
cents; box seats (reserved) 25 cents.
Women contemplating giving box par
ties should make early reservations, as
there are only 64 box seats. Adv.
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COLORADO OPPOSES CIVILIAN
PRIVILEGES TO SOLDIERS.
Denver, Colo., Feb. 3. The Colorado
senate today refused to go on record
in favor of giving Uncle Sam's fight
ing men the privileges enjoyed by the
civilian. On a tie vote, tbe upper
branch of the legislature killed a bill
making it misdemeanor to bar from any
theater, restaurant, hotel or moving
nitnro htu a. uniformed private of
either the regular army or the national 1
IS PREPARING BILL TO PUT
STOP TO STOLEN JOY EIDES
. State senator C. B. Hudspeth, is en
gaged in preparing the bill to be pre
sented before tbe legislature which, will
make it a penal ofience for joy riders
to take automobiles without the consent
of the owners, aeeerding to a letter re
ceived b- "loliee chief I. X. Davis. Chief
Davis is tbe originator of the bill, and the
matter was taken up with the represen
tatives from El Paso before they kft for
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At the Hippodrome tonight. Miss Del- Swamp-Root the great kidney, liver and
take, how you gain flesh 'privately I monl" '" ashamed to let any
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Mother Thought He Couldn't lie Worae
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50-cent package of Sargol. the
Flesh Builder. The Pargol Co.,
646-B, Herald Bldg. Binghamton.
hair on his nead at all. I used-
remedies for about live months.
"Then I thought I would try Resinol
Soap and Ointment I thought the child
couldn't be any worae! I got the
samples all right, and I tell you they
acted like a charm. ' I used Resinol
Soap and Resinol Ointment for about
two months; I saw. a change from the
first application. Now he is as pretty
as a picture, and his hair has come in
beautiful and curly." (Signed) Mrs.
M. WhiteUy. '97 Hunterdon Street.
Is 5 our little one suffering from any I cannot fall to se this great treat
ray, the champion woman rifle shot ot
the world, win oe seen m ca.uu.i...
shooting and with her trained lions.
The female lion in her cage has killed
two men and Is one of the most dan
gerous animals now in tra.ning ana
cannot be trusted even by she who
raised it from a cub. Don't forget the
hnmolik nlace where you can come
and enjoy yourself for 10c; no easy
mark" postals to sting you with; gen
tlemen to assist you to enjoyment; no
four-flushing. If it is meritorious, we
have it: if not we cut them out Our
desire is to please our patrons and gi-ve
most for the money, and something dif
ferent. This Hon act is the only act
of Its kind and has played the Orpheum
circuit Admission is only lc iv.
THK SENATOR KKBI'S HOLSK."
Tonight at the El Paso will be the
last opportunity to witness the great
veteran actor. Wm. H; era"'1" the
"Senator Keeps House, a comedy that
is second to none and so very different
from others. No one should miss the
treat of the season in seeing the
greatest actor of the age. ne prices
tonight are 50 coats to $S.a0. Adv.
"Graustark." the great play so inter
esting will appear for one night and
matinee only. Wednesday. February 5
Matinee prices arc 50c to $1.00: night
prices 50 cents to $1.50. You have read
the book, now see the play. They will
bring Here the very same east as pl.ived
this hiir success In Kew lorn.. ica
bladder remedy is soon realiied. It
stands the highest for its remarkable
curative effect in the most distressing
cases. If you- need a mediaae, you
should have the best.
Lame back is only one of aaay symp
toms of kidney trouble. Other symp
toms showing that you need Swamp
Root are, being obliged to paee water
often during the day and to get up nmny
tiines during the night.
Inability to hold urine, smarting in
passing, uric acid, headache, dizziness,
indigestion, sleeplessness, nervousMss,
sometimes the heart acts badly, rheu
matism, bloating, lack of ambition, may
be loss of flesh, sallow complexion.
Prevalency of Kidney Disease.
Most people do not realize the alarm
ing increase and remarkable prevalency
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
orders are the most common diseases
that prevail, they are almost the last
recognized by patient and physicians,
who usually content themselves with
doctoring the effects, while -the origisal
disease constantly undermines the sys
tem. Sample Bottle Sent Free.
a. -ESK-S-Sar jjHaJirBl
sucn Distressing trouble? Then how
can you fail to profit "' Mrs. Whitelev'g
experience'' Kven in such a terrible,
stubborn case. Rrsinol brought prompt
relief. It is ready to do as much for
you. Resinol Ointment and Soap are
sold by all druggists, or ou can try
them free bv wr'tlnr for amrles to
1ept 8-T K-smol ('hem. Co, Bati
moie, JI4 Ydvi rtiaemrnt
CRAWFORD, "THK DK13P PL'RPLK.''
TSnight, "The Deep Purple." a story
of the underworld, from the pen of
America's greatest criminal character
poi tiayer, Paul Armstrong, is the offer
ing it tne Crawfoid theater. The atl
liino s.ile of heats has bten very laige
tnd patrons are urgtd to make early
Regular fifty -cent and one-dollar sizo
bottles at all drug stores.
Boat make any mistake, but re
member the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, and the address, Binghamton, X.
l which von will fiiwi . , Kti
EDITORIAL NOTICE To prove the wonderful c. ...
have a sample bottle and a book of valuable informat.on. both s nt absolutely free
by mail. T book contains many of the thousands of letters rexvej froi men
and women who found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy they needed. The value
and success of Swamp-Root is so well known that our readers are advised to send
for a sample bottle. Address Dr. Kilnu-r 4 Co.. Binghamton. X. Y . be sure to sa
ou read this -enerous offer in the El Paso Daily Herald. The genuineness of this
offer is guaranteed.