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Et PASO HERALD
Thursday, April 17, 1913
ment! Custom has long- established
Saturday as a day for ont-of-thr-ordinary
lar) v Saturday night. These
special inducements, here, at
(alishers, always brine eager
crowds of purchasers manv
times. really more than can be
s-rved as quickly as we'd like.
OW, Wg WILL DIVIDE
THE HOXORS, and endeavor
to divide the Saturday rush
too. with these "Saturday of
ferings" for FRIDAY ALL
(Note these Items are not to
le had on any other day but
$1.25 & $1.50 WAISTS at 73
Just to see how many -'C
women want to save the dif
ference and to see how many
can come Friday as well as
Saturday We have grouped
all these pretty waists most
of them but just arrived into
one great lot for a Friday
Flyer at 78a Not one of
them worth less than $1.25 and
most of them worth $1.50.
These axe high or low neck
styles in a dozen or more
beautiful models, some with
Irish lace yokes, some emb'd
panel fronts, some with Robes
pierre plastrons, made with
cute tucks and beautifully
trimmed and many embroid
ered shirts, too.
$Z50 SILK PETTI- t JC
COATS AT " '-
Friday Only close fitting
stles. made or tne new sort
taffeta, with deep pleated
flounce in any color and
shade you may desi
DRESSES AT ....
Less than they cost in New
Tork in gross lots but it's a
Friday Bargain sturdy, well
made dresses. In striped' or
figured percales, prettily trim
med with embroidered collars
and cuffs in pretty colorings.
(Above items on Second floor.)
50c SHEETS AT Of.-
Basement Store. Friday -,l-'1-72x90
Bleached Sheets, in an
excellent grade (Limit 4).
ISC PILLOW CASES .Jf)r
42x36 Hemmed Cases ' ui"
Frdiay, Basement Store
Following our usual custom,
we will place all Remnants
and short lengths on sale Fri
day at almost HALF PRICE.
It's the thrifty minded -who
watch these Friday Remnant
sales for here are lengths of
every kind of yard goods, for
every purpose, and the saving
is quite an item
! CORRECT CLOTHING
Cut Price Grocery
& Meat Market
Phone 1571 and 1572.
408 Wyoming St.
"When you need Medicine at all, you
Xeed It KIGHT XOW.
Patronize a druggist who appre
ciates the importance of prompt de
livery LOVE'S DRUG STORE
213 San. Antonio St. Phones SI 9 A 50
down the valley with Tobin
see the interurban the green
alfalfa fields the beautiful
orchards and flowers. You will
also see where you can double
Tour money by making a small
imestmert in land. We won't
ask you to buy, vou will ask
us how long it will take to pre
pare a deed.
anteed, to stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will be promptly refunded
if Hunt's Cure fails to cure
I Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail
direct if he hasn't it. Manufactured only bv
A. B RICHABBS MEDICINE CO., Stem, Texas
Use Herald Want Ads.
JSn r jv f V
GeRFECTMn'PeTE ONCE TED ft eAN
TO THE Tftlt Of A PUP WHOSE NAME WAS ANN
Ann tried to tear his Sunday rants
BUT ALL SHE 60ULD HO WAS TOJAKE PETE JftNeE
Tempting; Styles in
Boys' Clothes at this store
Tempting Values too.
A peep at our stocks ol
5M2 Boys' Clothes
will convince you they
are the best in America.
While you are looking at
the style examine the in
side construction of these
You will find they're built
for wear but not for tear.
Prices that insures their
Here are some of them :
Our Special All
Wool Suit with two
pairs pants for
is the Talk of the
206-10 San Antonio St.
Why Have Grey or Faded
Hair That Makes You
Why lose your good looks that youth-
ful, natural colored hair always helps
you to keep? There is absolutely no
need for it. A few applications of
Hay's Hair Health will restore your
grey hairs to their natural color and
beauty, almost immediately and it will
look even more beautiful than ever
your money back if it doesn't. Get a
bottle today prove it to your own sat
isfaction. Always ask for Hay's Hair Health.
Don't take chances with any others.
Free: Sign this adv. and take it to the
following druggists and get a 50c. bot
tle of Hay's Hair Health and a 25c.
cake of Harfina Soap, for 50c; or $1.00
bottle of Hay's Hair Health and two
25c cakes.of Harfina Soap Free, for 1.
KXOBLArCII DRUG CO.,
KELLY & POLLARD.
CLEANUP DAY FOR
TEXAS IS FRIDAY
Gov. Colnultt Calls on Ever body To
Help Reduce the JJIre Rltks by
Cleaning Up l'rcml.ic.H.
Tomorrow is cleanup day In Texas.
Designated as such by governor Col
quitt, it will be observed throughout
the state in an effort to remove rubbish
and other unsightly and dangerous
stuff from alleys, streets and yards.
Calling attention to the danger from
fire and declaring that it is necessary
for all to unite in cleaning the state
and thus lessening the existing hazards,
the governor sets aside April 18 as the
datp and says:
! "I especially request owners of prop
i erty to give personal attention to the
I removal of all rubbish and debris from
j their premises: that all chimneys and
flues be carefully examined, and that
tne carelessness in permitting the
burning of rubbish and combustible
refuse near adjoining buildings be dis
continued; that the various boards of
education throughout the state and
those who are charged wtih the
responsibility of the safety of school
children and students and wards in
hospitals, shall use special effort to
protect such property and lives from
injury and destruction by fire, and it is
especially recommended that city and
village councils -throughout the state
observe the date as 'Clean-up Day,' for
the purpose of awakening the proper
sense of responsibility of our people,
and minimize as much as possible the
damage from fire within. our state; and
that the boards of education, public
officials and teachers having responsi
bility and care of the children, espe
cially in public schools, shall set apart
this day for the inauguration of fire
drills and such instruction as it is pos
sible to give in regard to fire hazards
and the simple methods of fire preven
tion and rescue work, and that these
fire drills be made a permanent feature
and practiced at frequent intervals
throughout the school year."
Gus Gieseke. manager of the Gunther
-Mining companv. or San Antonio, was
the guest of Claiborne Adams, manager
of the Glol) mills, while tl San An
tonio excursion was in El Taso Wed-
US CUES CLUB
Estate of Martin Lohman
Sues Oscar Lohman
The Herald wants to print all the
automobile information it can get.
hence it asks all El Paso automo
bilists who make country runs, to
ring up this office or the home of
the auto editor, phone 1813, and give
the details of their trips, for the
benefit of other autompbilists. If
they will note road conditions and
report them. The Herald will be
glad to publish them for the guid
ance of others. A call on the tele
phone from every person who makes
an out of town run. will be appre
ciated. Let The Herald tell the
public about it. Get the interest
aroused. Then the good roads will
Las Cruces, K. M.. April li. At the
business meeting of the Music club,
held at the home of J. W- Stevens, a
short program was rendered and lunch
served. The officers were elected for
the year, beginning next October, as
follows: J. O. Miller, president: Miss
Lute Foster, vice president, and Miss
Beth Foster, secretary-treasurer.
The "Martin Lohman estate has
brought suit against Oscar Lohman, a
brother of Martin Lohman, deceased,
for the approximate sum of $12,000,
alleged to be due on notes given to
Martin Lohman by Oscar Lohman.
The lecture in the Armory last night
on liquid air, wireless telegraphy and
radium was largely attended. The lec
ture was given by William B. Patty.
It has been a long time since a lecture
of this nature has been given here. A
larce number of children and stu
dents were present.
The next meeting of the Music club
will be held April 20. and will be an
open one. Mr. and Mrs. George Fren
ger will be leaders. The Las Cruces
orchestra will assist.
The features of the entertainment to
be given by the South Ward school in
the Armory Friday afternoon will be
drills, a minuet dance, a Cinderella
play and singing by school.
Word has been received here of the
death of Mrs. Martin, wife of Dr. G. D.
Martin, who formerly lived here, but
lately had their home at Brownsville,
Texas. Mrs. Martin died at Beaumont,
where she had been taken for an oper
ation. While here Mr. Martin had
charge of the Las Cruces Drug com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. E. H- Alton went to
El Paso in their auto and returned, the
same day. The trip down was made
in 2 hours. The time counted was
from the time they left Broaddus's jew
elry store on Main street until they
reached the Sheldon hotel. They started
frfttn h(rp at fi-?ft a m. and after at
tending to business in El Paso, reached
ieir home heretofore 4 p. ":
Alegrando Apodaca. and Margarita
Lncero were married in the Catholic
church here yesterday morning.
Farmer Xcnr Bcrlno Is Demonstrating
That Bench Land Are Adapted
to Fruit Culture.
Berino. N. M-, April 17. - R. -C
Adams has completed the inStal-it' "i
of the largestt power pumping plant on
the bench lands in the upper valley.
The plant is on his homestea-1, mid
way between Berino and Anthony. He
first put down a shaft 40 feet, to first
water. It is timbered with two-inch
red cedar. From here down to 95 feet
deep, is an eight-inch casing with a
12-foot strainer. A three and one half-
stalieS a? nthVbottomSor fV The week for Phoenix to commence working
water from the lower strata rises three again upon the county seat removaj
feet above the pump. Power is de- ;jesure. This was passci oy the senate
veloped with a 12 horsepower Stover aj the jggfc session, then blocked in the
crude oil engine. The machinery was j,,,,, bv the Tombstone delegation un-
mstalled by an fcl Paso firm. -i t 'ia fnr nasw HalUher is
The first irrigation by the plant was til tool ate tor pa ssage. UUislier is
done this week. It is throwing about father of the bill.
200 gallons per minute and is increas- It has been ascertained that weal
ing as the sand is pumped away from Mexicans are contributing approximate
the strainer. Analysis show only 14 v $40,000 per month to the revolution
parts solids to 100,000 gallons of water, j ary noveinellt in the state of Sonora.
""MAdi'ms'harsefo 750 fruit trees.! They are practically stripping throne-fourth
apple and the balance selves of everything save enough monej
peaches. The apples, as permanent t to afford the bare necessities of life,
trees, are 36 feet apart and the peaches i Juan Mesa, aged 22 years, employed in
midway between, as fillers. They are the sampling works at the Copper Queen
apples. The varieties planted are Kin
caid's Choice, and Grimes's golden ap
i " tiui u. uii uwii"" """'.""
Watermelons and vegetables will be
grown between the trees.
This land is a sandy loam and has a
depth of 20 feet, holding moisture in
fine shape and Is about 35 feet above
the river level. Mr. Adam's place comes
under the survey of the high line canal
and he- says that by the time the gov
ernment is ready to give him water
he wants to hae -i acres in an orchard
ready for the water.
Some people seem to think the plant
ing of the bench lands is more or less
an experiment. Mr. Adams savs that
it is a demonstrated fact to the con
trary. Last year, from 35 peach trees
on his place and irrigated from a
windmill, he sold to his neighbors who
came to his ranch ?85 worth of fruit.
Adams's ranch is only one-half mile
east of Cammo real and three miles
north of Anthony.
NOT PAY THE PRICE
The contractors have decided not to
pay the 62 1-2 cents an hour demanded
by the union carpenters. At a meeting
"Wednesday night, in their quarters in
the Coles blocK. tney passea a resoiu
tion which stated that they were will- i
ing to pay the price demanded to men ,
who are worth it, but contend that I
some ot the union carpenters in El Paso j
are not worth this wage. The con-
tractors are agreed to pay the wage to '
the men whom they consider worth this j
MAX ACQUITTED ix 1
nr.i7n P1C17 tlV 1ITT11'
Oleomargarine is used by the best J
families in JSl 'aso. unis iaci was ae
veloped in the oleo" trial in the fed
eral court Wednesday arternoon, in
which G. H. Muerisch was found not
guilty of failing to properly mark
the imitation butter.
A number of prominent El I'aso wom
en were summoned as witnesses in the
case, having bought the imitation but
ter from their dealers. The inspectors
of the revenue department also testi
fied that the dealer had sold practi
cally all of the downtown restaurants
packages of from five to 15 pounds cf
oleo. Mar Chew, the Chinese restairr
anteur. took the stand and testified
that it vras "ood bultah" and that it
satisfied his customers.
The jury was out only a short time
when it returned the verdict of "not
THREE JLQTS AXD SMALL
HOUSE CHAXGE n.VXDS
The' Hawkins Improvement company
has sold three lots in block 112, East
El Paso, for $400 each These lots are
on La Luz street, across the street
from the Alta Vista school. Hawkins
Bros, made the sale. .
Mrs. Francisca Arriaga has bought
of H H. Bailey a three room house in
block B, Bassett's addition, for ?1S9.
Hawkins Bros, also made this sale.
Two Important Facts
to remember about Wild's Parquet In
laid Linoleum. It looks just like hard
wood floors, and wears for years as
the patterns are Inlnld. The colors go
through to the back. It is noiseless,
sanitary, easily kept clean and less
costly than hardwood. Ask your
dealer. The genuine is stamped "Wjld's
Linoleum." Ad ertisement
Laun IIoe C'ottnn and Itubber.
Laurie Hardware Co.
I Watch for j
El Paso's I
I Next New I
I Addition I
I Jf F"i Particulars 1
BIG SPRINGS MEN
MOVE TO DOUGLAS
Take Charge of Portion of Booker Ranch
Which They Purchased; Youth
Douglas. Ariz.. Anril 17. Having
purchased the 146,000 acre Booker
ranch, southeast of Douglas, on the
Sonora-Chihuahua line, W. B. Christian
and A. L. Wassen are expected to arrive
in Douglas shortly with their families,
to locate. Both are prominent citizens
of Big Springs, Tex. They will put
the tract under fence and purchase a
I large herd of cattle from Sonora ranch
, K . . .,
prs tn stock the ranee.
This is the fourth large ranch deal
in the country immediately south ot
Douglas, effected during the last three
weeks, more than 2,000,000 acres being
involved oltowether. Agents for Sonora
I lands say that they have purchasers for
everv tract of anv importance in the
state, once the war situation quiets suf
ficiently to allow of any certainty of
being able to do business without vexa
tious and costly interruptions.
Douglas women are not inclined to
become voers in reality as well as in
theory. This is shown by the "diffi
dence they display in registering. But
10 women hare placed their names on
the registration lists, although they
have been open for more than a week.
Harrv J. Calisber will leave tins
snwHor attemnted to crawl under a
freight train in the local vards of th'i
E. P. & S. V. He was struck by a
passing engine and decapitated, his arm
also beiw severed from the trunk. A
coroner's jury returned a verdict of un
avoidable accident, exonerating the train
crew from blame.
ADVANTAGE OF LULL
Are Ituxhing Cattle Out of Slexlco While
Revolutionary Actliltles Are
Cattlemen are taking advantage of
the lull in Chihuahua revolutionary
movements to bring out as many cattle
as thev possibly can. One reason they
are not stopped is that the govern
ment requires the revenue received
from all cattle exportations .and is
permitting the cattlemen to ship them
out of the country.
S. H. Veater brought in 196 head from
the Chichupa colony, in Chihuahua.
The Morris Land and Cattle company
will import several head at Bosque Bo
Nunn and Latham will make a large
importation at Lajitos on Monday.
D. S. John, of noenne, coio., a sta
tion 12 miles north of Trinidad, has
nurchased 750 head of Mexican cattle
from the Cameron Cattle company and
shipped them to his range at Hoehne.
They numbered 320 two year old steers,
193 two year old heifers. 250 one year
ojd steers and heifers mixed. Mr. Johns
said he might have to stop up the cracks
in the floors of the cars to keep soma
0f the calves from crawling through.
YSLETA MAN HAS
HIS LEG BROKEN
Ysleta Texas. April 17. While rid
ing raDidly through Ysleta Wednesday
afternoon, "Victor Apodaca was thrown
from his horse and his leg was broken
just above the ankle. Apodaca and
Walter Sitters were on the same horse
and were galloping through the street
when the horse swerved, throwing
both riders violently to the ground
and falling on Apodaca. Sitters es
caped with some painful bruises. Dr.
White set the broken leg.
C. troop, of the Second cavalry,
passed thrdugh here Tuesday after
noon en route to Shafter. where they
so on patrol duty. The officers with
the troop were. Capt. Burroughs and
Lieuts. Barry and Hunter.
The new telephone service has been
installed and is in working order.
The government engineers. Messrs.
Overbear and Stansberry, are here with
a corps of surveyors, surveying the
HAS SOX AXD HEIR.
John H. Clary has been advised that
a son and heir was added to his house
hold on April 15. Mrs. Clary and little
one are in Las Vegas, but will shortly
come to El Paso. They reside at 1820
To Relieve the Pain or a Hum Instantly
and take out all Inflammation in one
day, apply the wonderful, old reliable
DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING
OIL. Relieves pain and heals at the
same time. 2oc. 50c $1.00 Adv.
Gnrliocc nns Ml Mcs.
Laun Hardware Co.
Southern Pacific train No. 2, from
the west, due at 5:12 p. m., is reported
to arrive at 6:27 p. m.; Teias & Pacific
train No. 5, from the east, due at 9.05
p. m- is reported to arrive at 11:10 p.
m. All other afternoon and night trains
are reported on time for Thursday.
We serve a special luncheon for busi
ness men in our Grill room from 11:36
to 2 p. m. for 50 cents. Your patron
age will be appreciated.
1 I'aso del Xorte Hotel Company.
Methodbitx to Meet at Fort 'Worth.
Birmingham, Ala., April 17. Fort
Worth. Texas, was chosen for 1914
session of the Women's Missionary
council of the Methodist Episcopal
church. South, in session here.
Prompt Trnncfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroys SI
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Arc KIed SI0O Each.
Jose Martinez and Rafael Vasquez,
arrested Tuesday night by patrolman
Simpson, were each fined 100 by judge
Adrian Pool, of the corporation court.
Wednesday afternoon. The patrol
man testified that the men had sta
tioned themselves in the alley near
Fifth and Stanton streets, and held up
passerbys. One he said had a pistol.
Why pay $1.06 per hour, when you
can get your work done for 75c? We
employ competent men, not boys.
Texn Electrical Supply Co., "Knockers
of High Prices," 117 X. Stanton St.
Joe Dunne Pined $5.
Joe Dunne, sanitary commissioner,
the last defendant tried Wednesday
afternoon in the corporation court,
was fined $5 on a charge of assault.
The pharge grew out of an incident
which transpired during the city elec
tion. The complaint was that Dunne
had assaulted W. D. Mosley. a Citi
zens' supervisor in precinct No. 8.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief:
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Women Attack Suffragetw.
London. Ens.. April 17. Suffragets
carrying sandwich boards advertising
a militant meeting at Islington were
attacked by other women, woh seized
the boards and belabored the suffragets
with them. Hats were smashed and
clothing torn. The suffragets were
badly mauled when the police arrived
and escorted them to a place of safety,
followed by a jeering mob.
On the first day of April, 1513. G.
Hernandez was duly elected mayor of
tne town of Socorro, Texas. He was
elected by a majority of 40 votes.
Antonio Lujan. Sr..
Clerk of the Corporation of the Town
of Socorro, Texas.
Love Intrigue In Chicago Murder.
Chicago. 111., April 17. Police Investi
gating the mystery surrounding the
death of George Dietz, a wealthy
tailor found murdered at his home
early Monday morning, are of the
opinion that a triangular love intrigue
lay at the bottom of the affair. A
man and a woman are being sought and
it is admitted that the actual murderer
has not yet been arrested.
Cut Prices on electric fixtures. Get
, our prices before buying. Gem Elec
tric Co.. 601 san Antonio. Phone 113s.
Thousand Men Fight Fire.
Deadwood. South Dakota. April 17.
One thousand men are fighting forest
fires in the Black Hills south of here.
Fanned by a stiff wind, the fires have
already destroyed millions of feet of
tne Dest timDer in the mils sv miles
Wnllpnper and paperhanging: lowest
prices. A Gold ing. 110 South Stanton.
Dr. Camcon. dentist. 22S Mesa Ave.
Randlt Kills Ttvo Trnpners.
Seattle. Wash.. April 17. Charles
Lathrop and Louis Blair, trappers,
were shot and- killed by Tornow, a
bandit for whom they were in search
with a deputy sheriff. The deputy
fled for his life. Tornow has been
hiding in the fores-, near Shelton for
nearly a year.
Dr. Jamleson. diseases of kidneys.
bladder, rectum and skin: 613 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Khert. Dentist. 31C-21S Mills Bldg.
ntiun unr h '" ..en.p..
Morrison. II L. April 17. Michael
Sellers, accused of a criminal attack on ,
a IS year old girl, was unsuccessful In
four attempts on his life. In his fifth
attempt at suicide he set fire to his
clothing and the Whiteside county Jail.
. , - ..,.l ... .
lie died shortly alter being carried
from the blazing building. The sheriff,
who tried to rescue him, was seriously
injured. The jail "was burned to the
Dr. Jones. Foot Specialist. Mills Bldg.
Open at night by appointment. Phone 783
Dr. Hurley. Phones 4053 and 275. Dis
eases of children and nervons troubles.
Mali Clerks nnt More Car Space.
I.ini nln Xe'r. April 17 V demand
for more cai space as a result of tthe
The Antisepticpowder shaken into
the shoes THC sianaaru n
cdy for the lect for a quarter
rOTitnrv. 50.000 testimonials. Sold
Tr-Jlarfc everywhere. 25c sample H"i.
Address. Allen S. Olmsted. Le Rov. N Y.
The Man 'Who put tfc,e EE la FEET.
added amount of mail carried since
the parcel post system went Into ef
fect, will probably be passed in reso
lutions at the meeting of railway pos
tal clerks who are gathered Here in
Dr. Bronsen, eye, ear, now and throat,
217-18 Mills Bldg. '
Oregon Grocery, SOS N. Ore., phone 172L
Loi Angeles Defeats Power Project.
Los Angeles, Calif-. April 17. The
action of Los Angeles voters in de
feating a proposal to expend $6,560,000
for a municipal distribution system for
electric power generated by the Owens
river acqueduct leaves the city with a
partly completed power plant on its
hands and no funds to finish the 'work.
Power companies now operating here
are offering to supply funds to com
plete the municipal system, provided
they are given permanent right to buy
all the power generated.
Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines and
Internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach.
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Minister Who Sloped; Sued for Divorce.
New York. N. Y., April 17. Jere
Knode Cooke, former pastor of fash
ionable St. George's Episcopal church
of Hempstead. L. L, who eloped six
years ago with his 17 year old ward.
Floretta Whaley, has been served with
papers in a suit for divorce, begun "by
his wife. Mrs. Marinda Clark Cooke.
Miss Whaley is named as co-respondent
and desertion is also charged.
For house wiring and fixtures, see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street-
Fish Poachers Kill Deputy.
San Francisco. Calf.. April 17. In a
fight with fish poachers in the bay
near San Francisco, Ernest Raynaud,
a young deputy warden, was beaten to
death. His companion. M. S. Clark,
another deputy, escaped by swimming
half a mile after he had killed An
tone Balesteria. leader of the gang.
Six Italians, members of the San Fran
cisco Fishermen's colony, are under
Dr. Paget, dentist, 501 Roberts-Banner.
Dr. Rntllff. dentist, 264 Caples bldg.
Three Killed During Fight.
Salt Lake City. Utah. April 17.
Three men are dead here as a result
of as many quarrels and fights in
which women played leading parts.
Two wiin were shot to death while the
third died from knife wounds in
flicted in a fight Sunday night.
Texas OPloral Co., 103 Texas, Pho. 374.
Mexican HeraM on sale at news
wagon. Oregon and San Antonio.
V. M. C. A. Secretary Held en Charge
Council Bluffs. Iowa. April 17. Wil
lis E. Cottrell, general secretary of the
Young Men's Christian association of
Council Bluffs, has been formally
charged with the five attempts that
have been made within the last month
to destroy the Y. M. C. A. building by
fire. The charge was made by his
C. II. Williams & Co., 223 S.
painting a'ad paperhanging.
MIXOR CRIMINAL CASES
OCCUPY FEDERAL COURT
Federal court continues to grind the
?rist of the smaller criminal cases,
esus Gandara. charged with altering
American money, was on trial Thurs
day morning. The government alleges
that he was the one who was re
sponsible for the raising of a number
of bills to larger denominations by
pasting revenue stamps over the figures
and passing the bills on Mexican
Demetrlo ' Carrlllo. charged with
smuggling four mules, a horse, saddle
and bridle at Presidio, was given six
months in the county jaiL Juan .
Francisco Corral, accused of smuggling '
nescai. was nnea ;x. uaonel and
Hose Gonsales were acquitted on the
charge of smuggling Mexican boose- to
the American side.
Cant. D. H Hart, rlorlc nf th fxlvnil
. i . ' - - - -- . .
court, nas returned from San Antonio,
where he has been on court business.
Deputy marshal Charles Moore will
leave this evenin gfor Amarillo with
w. K. Stokes, charged with illegal use
of the mails
W1TXBSSES TESTIFY QUALITY OF
HARVESTERS HAS DECLIXED
Kansas City. Mo, April 17. The qual- '
uy ot naresting macnines and tne ef
ficiency of expert and repair service
given to farmers and Emergencies have
increase. 1 reatlv since the formation
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mony of witnesses placed on the stand
by counsel for the companv at today's
session of the hearing in the govern
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-t r i unip nn.
The fireless cooker, hay
ing passed the experi
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In Offering You The
we do so with the con
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its we will be the first to
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doubt be in attencance on the game.
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