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L PASO HEUALD
12 Friday, February 14, 1913
T Overworked Women
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MUM II EL PtSO TO GELEBBAT
Las Cruces Delegation Prom
ises Help Up the Valley;
El Pasoans Favor It.
President Woodrow Wilson will offi
cially open tbe floodgates of the Ele
phant Butte dam if the plans of 1
Paso and Las Cruces citizens are
carried out. It is proposed to hold an
exposition in El Paso some time during
1915, -when the dam -trill be finished.
according to present indication.
The legislature of the state of New
Mexico is to be asked to appropriate
$.'5 000, the state of Texas will be
asked to set aside f 104,006. the city
iid county of El Paso $35,004. the
citizens of El Paso -will be asked to
subscribe S50.000 or more, and it is
possible that both the United States
federal government and the Mexican
federal government will be asked to
appropriate funds for the observance
of the opening of the big irrigation
Tins was all brought up at a meeting
of the board of directors of tbe cham
ber of commerce Thursday might, at
v. hich time a committee of efcht Las
Cruces men appeared for the purpose
of securing an endorsement of their
plan to hold a. monster celebration here
to take the form of an exhibition.
Seven of the Las Cruces men motored
down from the upper valley town in
one automobile and made the trip in a
little over two hours, striking one bad
spot about midway between El Paso
and Anthony, where the road is being
repaired, and it became necessary to
make a detour.
Spokesman of the committee was E.
f Wade jr., -who spoke freely ana
frequently during the evening, relative
to the proposed celebration.
V. R. Stiles, president of the chamber,
welcomed the upper valley men and
said that while the proposition had
b 'en talked of. there had been no for
ii, a! discussion and no action taken
" ade Presents the Craces Proposition.
E C Wade, chairman of the Las
Cruces committee said: "The people
of Las Cruces are interested in a cele
bration to commemorate the opening of
the Elephant Butte project in 1915.
We want to join in with El Paso to
make it a success. The people up our
nay have been discussing the mattef
Sas ( ant
The man with his nose to the grindstone trying to "make both
ends meet" is asking that question of his helpmate more and
more as the price
you immensely by
w" -will help
w nut not in
yuur iuiuitai. witn Dutter at present prices, you simpiy couia not anora to
use it in cooking, even if it would produce better results. But when
Cotiolene will shorten and fry as good as or even better than butter and
uie unce is
pound of either
i ae of
Mrs. G. II.
of LynnhaTen, Ta..
wrote: "It Is six years
since my health care
way. I had female
trouble and all the
doctors (I employed
three) said I would
die. I Tras Dot able to
do my work, bad to
hire someone all the
time, finally I read
in Hie papers about
Dr. Pierce's Iavorita
Prescription, and de
cided to try it. I had
not taken bat one bot
tle until If onnd it had
i to some extent p-id it has been given
J publicity in the newspapers.
I "We feel that we can afford to ad
vertise the Rio Gande valley and bring
more people into it. especially farmers
who -will put more lands under irriga
tion and who will build homes. We
feel that we have a basis for a great
! Elephant Butte dam. It is interna
tional in its scope, because Mexico is
to participate in its benefits.
To Ask Legislative iVid.
"The purpose of our visit tonight
is to see if we cannot agree that this
exposition will be a reality in 1915. We
take it up now because the legislature
of New Mexico is in session. The
national government appropriated $1,
509 for a celebration upon the com
pletion of the Hondo project and we
feel that we can induce tbe New Mexico
legislature to make an appropriation
for this exposition as it has been asked
to do for the San Francisco and San
Diego expositions. The legislature of
New Mexico will be in session 25 days
"We believe if we can definitely de
cide to have the exposition we can get
our legislature to make an appropria
tion but we must be certain that we
are going to have it before we pre
sent the matter to the legislature
Local "Hen Agree.
V. R. Stiles then said: "There is
no question that this is a golden op
portunity for we have 10 day stopovers
not only on the railway tickets but
also on Pullman tickets. The dam will
not only benefit the upper valley but
also 0 miles in the lower valley."
Robert Krakauer then asked: "How
much do you think you can get from
the New Mexico legislature V
"That is hard to say." replied Ir.
Wade. "We are going to ask for $25,
000. We have the bill ready. But,
even if we do not get anything from
this legislature we will have another
meeting of the legislature in January,
1915. and we will probably get some
thing then. We may get appropriations
both from the present legislature and
the one In 1915."
Krakauer then said: "I asked be
cause we might not have the good for
tune to get an appropriation from
our legislature, but we ought to ask
for it. We never have asked for any
thing, and this would benefit the state
Wishes It at El Peso.
O. A. Foster, of Las Cruces said: "We
feel that EI Paso is the great
est city in our state, we want to hold
the exposition here. Our people are
a Little More Economical. D&r?"
cutting down your butter bills.
aoour rvnA-rrmvi whv nor trv ic
without feeling that vou are "skimping" yourself or your table?
also that two-thirds of a pound of Cotiolene will go as far as a full
butter or lard. Cottokm is Nature's Shortening a vegetable
product neaitnnd, digestible, and in every way satisfactory.
-PLAIN LAYER CAHE-
Cream cup Cetulcne with 1 cup sugar,mix in alternately
enp milk and 2 cups pastry flour, in which 2 teaspoons
baking powder and teaspoon salt have been thoroughly
sifted. Beat well, flavor, and add three stiffly beaten
eggs. Bake in two layers.
TThis batter is a good foundation recipe and may be used
with spices, chocolate,fmitornuts, with any desired filling.
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
J JU-1 If' agaBMBBEP
done me pood. I took in all. five bottles of 'Favor
ite PrescripHon and two of 'Golden Medical Dis
covery.' and now I am able to do all my housework,
and have Rained fourteen ponnd&J. advise all women
who f offer from female trouble to try yoar "favorite
Prescription. It's the only medicine on earth."
heartily in favor of uniting with E!
A. W. Reeves suggested that Deal
ing be invited to participate and E.
C. Wade said there was no reason
why all the southwest should not be
invited. Wade then said that he be
lieved it possible Washington might be
prevailed upon through diplomatic
channels to invite Mexico to partici
pate. Olaiborne Adams said: "I think El
Paso should send a delegation to Aus
tin and ask the state legislature for
$100,000. The state of Texas nevei
does things in a small way."
C. A. Finley said: "The celebration
appeals to .me."
"Will Xeed nig Fund.
A. Sen wart said: "It is a great
thing for El Paso. But, first we ought
to work out some plans. We can't in
vite people to come here just to go up
and look at the dam. We will have to
raise $250,000. It ought to be given
publicity and a committee appointed
to go and see how much we need. If
you go to the state legislature and
ask for an appropriation, they will
ask how much we are going to dig up.
I move that tbe chairman appoint a
I. A. Shedd said: "I certainly am
in favor of the proposition and see
no reason why it can't be put through
if New Mexico will appropriate $25,390,
the state of Texas $25,000, the citv of
KI Paso $25,000 and the citizens of SI
Paso will subscribe $50,400. This
brings out something I had in mind r-f
a permanent exhibition building at
"Washington park, and I think the city
ought to build one there. I.am sure Las
Cruces can depend upon El Paso to
do her share."
Wm. Palmer jr., of Riaeon. said:
"We all favor it and are willing to
do our part. The State of Texas Is
entitled to 45,000 acres irrigated under
the present project. We ought to have
a high line canal too. That will bring
the cost of the x dam up above the
$7,200,000 probably to $9,000,000 but I
think we alt feel up there that we
should have it"
Krakauer Introduces Resolution.
Robert Krakauer here introduced a
resolution to the effect that the cham
ber of commerce of El Paso supports
the proposed exposition, and will use
its Influence to secure an appropria
tion from the Texas legislature, and
that the president of the chamber of
commerce appoint a committee to con
fer with the Las Cruces committee
and any other committees that may be
appointed later from other places. This
was unanimously carried.
R. a Porter said: "The plan Is
feasible. We are spending "a great deal
of money on good roads now. Many
automobiles will come over the Border
land route in 1915. If you bring them
down through the valley and show
them an agricultural country you will
W. A. Felmlng Jones, who has been
In the city for several days, didn't
Use butter on your table,
ana nraence economv
I ry tnis reaper
care to make a speech, so he called
upon Fay Sperry, who said: "The
only thing that I would suggest that
you add to that resolution is that El
Paso secede from Texas and join JJw
Fred Hess, another of the Las Cruces
committee said: "I don't see any rea
son why you should not go to Wash
ington and ask for an appropriation."
A. Schwartz suggested that advertis
Using the valley begin at once, saying:
"Why not let Bl Paso and the upper
valley people get together now and
raise a fund to advertise the valley?'
T. R. H. Smith said: "When it
comes to raising money. We In Las
Cruces cannot go out and raise money
as easily as you can."
V. R. Stiles said: "We are trying to
raise a budget fund in Bl Paso. Of
course we have to go out into the
suburbs and Las Cruces 1b a suburb of
"Wade then said: "It is my idea that
it was proposed to use this very budget
for advertising. Why not start an
advertising campaign to be culminated
in the 1915 exposition? We can invite
president Wilson to come and open the
dam. President Roosevelt opened the
Roosevelt dam in Arizona. What we
want is the free advertising that we
will get through publicity."
Krakauer replied that the ideir was
to use part of the budget fund for ad
vertising El Paso which included the
upper and lower valleys.
Those present from Las Cruces -were:
E. C. Wade jr.; R. P. Porter. F. &
Hess, Wm. Palmer, jr.; T. R. H. Smith,
Fay Sperry, O. A. Foster, W. A. Flem
Following this the board continued
in session until 11.30 p. m.
Budget Fund Reaches 11,3D0.
It was announced that the budget
fund committee had raised $840 during
the day. bringing the total collection
up to $11,990 compared with $7,083
from the same subscribers last year.
Robert Krakauer said: "All the mer
chants we have visited have shown a
good spirit and a willingness to con
tribute but we need more workers. Op
position seems to have dwindled awav."
The beard appropriated $200 for Ad
vertising the cattlemen's convention.
Of this sum $100 is to be expended on
advertising in papers in Arizona. New
Mexico and West Texas while the local
papers are to receive the other $100.
For the purpose of advertising the
city $10 was appropriated for making
lantern slides to be used by C. J.
Beauchamp. of the United States recla
mation service and by the Massachus
sets Y. M. C A.
District judge S. J. Isaacks, of Mid
land, advised the board that the pro
posed enlargement of the El Paso dis
trict was for the purpose of preventing
the reelection of congressman W. R.
Smith, and C. H. Finley said if the bill
goes through El Paso can kiss her
congressman goodbye, for he 'will be
out of it when It comes to voting, as
El Paso will no longer control its
own district. No definite action was
Secretary Rufe P. March reported
$632.21 cash on hand and $233.30 bills
payable. The resignation of P. D.
South worth, of Roswell, N. M.. was ac
cepted. Mr. Finley was authorized to
reserve headquarters at Amarillo for
the delegation going to the convention
there March 4.
Those present were: V. R. Stiles, I.
A. Shedd. Claiborne AcYims. C H.
Finley, Robert Krakauer, A. Schwartz,
A. W. Reeves and Rufe P. March.
Committee Appointments Approved.
The following committee appoint
ments were approved: Membership,
Claiborne Adams chairman; Robt. K-.i-kauer,
vice chairman; O. J. Binford,
E. X. Bray. Geo. Le Baron, Jules
GrandaicSgin. W. M. Butler, "W. S.
Clayton. Otis Coles. H. M. Andreas.
John L. Dyer, Joe Dunne, J. F. Eyster,
Ed Held. W. T. Hixson. Walter Kohl
berg, J. W. Lorentzen, J. H. McBroom.
B. G. M. Williams. A. E. Schuster. Fred.
Weckerfo C. F. Waugh. C -K. Stratton.
Lamar pavis, vaitV H. Wagner. S. C.
Awbrey, Chas. A. Kline. W. C. Barn,
Jos. A. Wright. C. L. Slrmans. W. G.
Roe. Clyde F. Holmes.
, Manufacturing: Geo. B. Kvans,
chairman: O. J. Binford, Fred. Weck
erle, C W. Owens, Robert Silberberg.
X. H. Ledford, D. A. Carpenfer. Z. T.
Public Improvement: Geo. B. Evans,
chairman; Winchester Cooley. Felix
Martinez. H. B. Stevens. H. T. Ponsford,
W. H. Tuttle, Henry S. Beach. W. &
Conventions and excursions: G H.
Finley, chairman; R. B. Orndorff, J. G.
McNary. Geo. Le Baron, C S. Pickrell,
G. P. Putnam,"C. A. Kinne. H. M. Pat
terson. W. G. Roe. H. S. Potter.
On the ways and means committee,
of which he Is chairman, president V.
R. Stiles named: A. Schwartz. Rob
ert Krakauer and Claiborne Adams.
MAY GET DAMAGES
Senate Committee Readr to Give Ap
proval Converse, Blatt and
Washington, D. C. Feb. 14. The sub
committee of the senate foreign rela
tions committee, of which senator Dil
lingham is chairman, has favorably re
ported to the full senate foreign re
lations committee, senator Marcus A.
Smith's bill to pav claimants for inju
ries inflicted by Mexican bullets at El
Paso and Douglas.
The full committee will hold a meet
ing next Wednesday and in all proba
bility will accept the report of the sub
committee. This means that the Ameri
cans injured at El Paso and Douglas
have a good chance of getting their
money at this session, if the full com
mittee reports the bill favorably.
The appropriation, amounting to $71.
000, will be tacked on the sundry civil
bill or the deficiency bill.
Aliens injured at Douglas and El
Paso, and Brown, Converse and Blatt
and Wong Kong have no chance at this
session of having their claims approved.
as senator Smith's bill does not In
The house foreign affairs committee
has favorably reported representative
W. R. Smith's bill to pay the American
claimants, but the alien claims and
those of Brown, Converse. Blatt and
Wong Kong were not included In the
Senator Smith's and representative
Smith's bills, as reported, are Identical
and both house and senate very prob
ably will allow the J7L0O0 when the
sundry civil or deficiency Bills are
The house foreign relations commit
tee will again consider the alien. Brown,
Converse and Blatt claims, but there Is
now no chance of these claims getting
through at this session if at any ses
sion. 50e 3TEII CHARTS' IUNCHEOX B0c
Served from 12 to 2 p. m.
How Trained Nurse
Cured Her Pimples
A trained nurse in New York writes.
Oct. 17, 1912. "I was troubled with
acne (or pimples) for three years. My
face was broken out with pimples, and
would at times Ret like raw meat. I
tried all sorts of salves and soaps. I
received samples of Resinol Soap and
Resinol Ointment, and they helped me
very much. After using them I bought
the regular siae of each, and my face Is
now perfectly clear and smooth. My
friends are asking me what I used, and
I shall be glad to recommend Resinol."
(Signed) Miss E. Virginia Peterson,
Trained Nurse. 507 W. 170th Street.
The soothing, healing balsams in
Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap,
penetrate eTery tiny pore of the skin,
clearing it of all impurities, driving
away eczema, rashes, ringworm, psoria
sis, and other eruptions, and making
pimples and blackheads impossible,
Prrioribed tiv physicians for e.ghtetn
. ir Sold b all drusrgists For fr
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Ci i-iiical Co., Baltimore, Md. Adv.
Remarkable Effects of a Rem
edy That ActuaHy -Irrigates
It sounds queer to tako a. blood bath
but that is percisely the effect of a most
remarkable remedy known as S. S. S. It
has the peculiar action of soaking
through the intestines directly into the
blood. In five minutes its influence is at
work in every artery, vein and tiny capil
lary. Every membrane, every organ of
the body, every enunctory becomes in
effect a filter to' strain the Wod of im
purities. The stimulating properties of
S. S. S. compel th( skin, liver, bowels,
kidneys, bladder to all work to the one
end of casting out every irritating, every
pain-inflicting atom of poison; it dislodges
by Irrigation all accumulations in the
! joints, dissolves acid accretions, renders
riiiom -neutral and scatters those necuilar
formations in the nerve centers that
cause such mystifying and often balling
And 'best of all, this remarkable rem
edy is welcome to the weakest stomach.
If you have drugged yourself until your
stomach Is nearly paralyzed, you will be
astonished to find that S. S. S. gives no
sensation but goes right to work. Thi3
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Is taken naturally. into your blood just as
pure air is inhaled naturally into your
The great Swift Laboratory has spent
millions of dollars in perfecting, produc
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You can get it at any drug store at
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recognized everywhere as the greatest
Wood specific ever discovered. If yours
is a peculiar case and you desire expert
advice, write to 'The Swift Specific Co.,
127 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Ohio Paper Endorses Move
of Deming Club to Drop
Name New Mexico.
The Deming office of The El Paso
Herald is in the Chamber of Com
merce. Roy Bedichek is correspond
ent. The Herald's distributor In
Deming is the Leffler & Field Cigar
and News Store. The Herald will be
delivered to all parts of the city, the
same night of publication, at 60 cents
Deming. N. X.. Feb. 11. The Dayton,
Ohio, Journal in its issue of February
4 takes up the cudgel in behalf of the
Deming state of Lincoln club editori
ally. "The State of Lincoln club" has
been organized by a number of live
business men In Deming. N. 3L, for the
purpose of having the name of their
state changed from New Mexico to
Lincoln. Resolutions adopted by the
club declare that Mexico and New Mex
ico are constantly confused In the
minds of people living at a great dis
tance to the great detriment of the
business of the state. It is said that
the Deming chamber of commerce is
constantly receiving inquiries from In
telligent people asking If it is safe to
go to Deming "during the revolution."
After dwelling at some length upon the
disadvantages of the name "New Mex
ico," and suggesting that Texas, New
Mexico, Arizona and California all
might be called New Mexico In the
same way that a number of snmll
states in the northeastern corner of the
union are called, collectively, "New
England." The editorial concludes:
"Lincoln stands out as a mountain peak
In our national life. Judicially minded
historians not merely rank him with
Washington, but pronounce him by vir
tue of character and achievement the
greatest of Americans. He might well
be honored by naming one of the sister
hood of commonwealths for him and
and the state that should take his name
would honor Itself and give new pledg
es to true Americanism."
Morgan Adams, of the Adams Bond
ing company, of Los Angeles, Calif., has
been investigating the Mimbres valley
for the past few days, and declares that
the section is equal to the best of
southern California. He states that
the value of -water for irrigation in
southern California i" S1500 per inch,
and that on this basis the larger wells
of this valley are worth from $24,000
to $35,000 each.
J. M. McTeer and wife have gone to
El Paso. Mrs. McTeer is suffering from
an abscess In the ear. and will likely
have to undergo an operation.
Mrs. Daniel R. Monogue, of El,Paso.
is visiting her sister. Mrs. A. H. Child,
of this place.
W. H. Meyers, of Van Wert. O.. and
J. W. Elvyn. of Chicago, have left for
their homes. Thev have been here
some days with C. E. Miesse. looking
over the valley and the Miesse tract
near uarne, oeing interested in the sell
ing end of the Alfalfa Farms company
They both have large selling organi- I
zations. which they will turn at once !
toward colonizing the 10.000 acre trac; !
now in process of development.
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OLD TULAROSA CITIZEN I
SUCCUMBS TO ILLXEbS. '
Tularosa. N. M.. Feb. 14. J. B. Hall '
an old citizen of Tularosa. died at his ,
home north of town. He had been con
fined to his bed for over a month. He
leaves a wife, one daughter. Mrs. An- ,
tend the funeral except Hogal who is
located in Arizona. The Tfgneral Vr
by Re'Sr'FsVS1 M8 hme' conducted ,
HEAVY RAIN AT HOW IK.
Bowie. Ariz.. Feb. 14. Fullv two and
a half inches of rain fell in Bowie and
the surrounding valley during the re-
nt ra,l3f.torm- Th Sround is now in '
fine condition, and the farmers are get-
ingK seeding and tree plant- '
Some of the officials of the S P. com
pany and the Arizona Eastern met at i
Bowie for a conference The object of .
this meeting was to arrange the inter- I
change of traffic between the two com- I
SI OF LiSIM
HIE FINDS FIH
panics i oowie.
SNEED JURY COMPLKTKD.
ernonx Tex.. Feb. 14 The jur
which will try John Beal Sneed. ai i-,el
ff murder in conn. non with th - kill
ing of ; r.., ji at Vn Mil-
Tot Soj.t i ia t , , ompl.tid !
rn" ' Ttkin-i u testimonv s -
t' oun tenia.
CAPITAL & SURPLUS $600,000.00
W. W. TURNEY. President
S. T. Turner, Vice-Preslknt V. E. AmoW, CasHier
W. Cocky, Vice-President Sig. N. Schwabe, Asst. Cashier
T. M. Wiago. Vice-President P. L. Atkinson, Asst. Cashier
H. E. Christie, Secretary
Accounts of banks, firms and individuals cor
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Can You Grasp Your Opportunity When It Comes?
We are alwajs ready and willing to advise and assist our de
pos'tors in business matters and to pass conservative judgment
on prospective investments
Why not begin that savings account now? Start it with $10.00
S5 00. or even J1.00. If you wait until you have a hundred dol
lars before vou begin, tbe chances are you will never do it
Open an acount with us today, however small, and lay the foun
dation for your future fortune.
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EL PASO, TEXAS.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED. APRIL, 1381
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President C. M. BASSETT, Vke Pxesideiri.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Casiier.
L. J. GILCHRIST. Asst. Cashier.
ySSSo No mefal
Your dealer may try to persuade
you that some other garters that he sells are
"as good as" " "
You'll find a few dealers who will say that
sort of thing for a small extra profit.
Find one who looks out for your profit as
well as his. Paris Garters pay both of you.
A. Stein & Company, Maters Chicago and New York
"STROXG AR3I MAX CIIAnCBD
"WITH F-ilAMIXG GAXGSTBIt
New York. jr. Y, Feb. 14. James G
White, a member of the "Strong Arm
squad of Charles Bejdcer. the police
lieutenant sentenced to death for the
murder of Herman Rosenthal, is on
trial charged with perjury in "framing
up" a "gangster." Big Jack Zelig. who
was shot and killed prior to Pecker's
trial. Zelig. arrested by Becker's men
before Rosenthal's murder, was charged
with carrying a concealed weapon,
word was alleged to have been sent to
Zelig that the charge would fall
through for lack of proper evidence at
the trial if Zelig would round up gun
men to slay Rosenthal.
White charged yith testifying false
ly before the grand jury that a revolver
was found in Zelig's possession. White
is not alleged to have had knowledge
of any plan to get Zelig in Becker's
IICYS CIGAR STAXD.
Frank Robinson, of Denver. Colo.,
has bought the cigar stand In The
Lieut. Phil Sheridan Jr- of the Fifth
cavalry, was here Thursday from Fort
Huachura. Ariz. haMng recently re
turned from tlie Philippines.
To Relieve Rheumatism
the body-waste producing uric acid must be
gradually arrested and the blood purified.
Correct diet is essential. Abstain from tea
and anything containing alcohol; eat meat only
once a day and take SCOTT'S EMUL
SION after every meal.
SCOTT'S EMULSION is rich in blood
making qualities and makes new blood free
from the poisonous products
the joints and muscles ; its wonder
ful powers relieve the enlarged, stif
fened joints; and more,
SCOTT'S EMULSION re
places body-weakness with
sound body-strength by its con
centrated nourishing properties.
Physicians everywhere prescribe
SCOTT'S EMULSION for rheumatism.
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AEIZONAN TO DIRECT
"WOEK FOR HIGHWAY
Asheville. N. C. Feb. 14. iel M Pot
ter, of Clifton. Ariz was elected pres -dent
of the Southern National Highway
Resolutions were adopted calli-S
upon the state legislatures in stat s
along the proposed ocean to ocecn higi
way to aid in getting nelp from tre
federal government in building high
ways. The route fixed on would begin at
Washington, then b wa of Richmoi i
to Durham, then following the central
highua route to the Tennessee 1m-.
then by -way of Kr.oxv.lla. Nashvi"-1
and Memphis. Little Koeb. and Texar
kana. This road would .str'ke the rwv
Mexican line 80 miles east of Roswel
GOVBRXOR. rRGlS TEXVXS
TOTLUT MORE TREES
Austin. Tex.. Feb 14 Governor Col
quitt has issued hi proc'niation des
ignating Fcbruarv -'J, w'uch is a leil
holiday, as Arbor da: ml earnestly
recommends to the people of the stat
to plant trees.
Trees are going to be needful in o "
great and prosperous state," sa s t - f
aovernor. "and will be even more netd
ful m the years to cot " '