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New Gang of Burglars Strikes City
Begin Work at Country Club
and Operate as They Come
Down the Eailroad.
BCRGLARS were busy New Year's
night In the northeastern section
of the city. From the way they
worked, the gang appeared to have
lust struck town, lor three houses were
robbed between the Country club and
the city all close to the El Paso &
Southwestern tracks, as if the thieves
had come down the railroad and
picked one house in eaoh particular
neighborhood as they passed along Into
the city The burglaries occurred be
tween 5 30 and 10 oclock Thursday
W ith a faint suspicion of moisture In
her e es, Mrs. W. W. Overton, accom
panied bv her husband, Lieut. W. W.
Overton. 15th cavalry, went to police
chief L N. Davis's office Friday morn
ing to report the loss of her wedding
troseau if the $1000 haul that burg
lars made at their home, 2020 Fort
Boulevard, between 6:30 and 8:45 oclock
Thursday night. Lieut, and Mrs. Over
ton were married last June at Green-
llle, Tcnn. More than anything else,
she regretted the loss of her wedding
Get We4dlBC Clothe.
Lieut, and Mrs. Overton had attended
a dinner party. When they returned to
their home at 8:45 oclock Thursday
night they found that it had been en
tered and thoroughly .ransacked. The
entrance was gained by cutting the
screen on the rear door of the residence
and liftlnp the latch.
Dresser drawers had been pulled out
and their contents scattered about the
floors. Trunks In the house were not
opened, this being accounted for on
the ground that the return of Lieut
Overton and his wife frightened the
burglars, away before they completed
their work. It Is believed the burglars,
on the lookout for the occupants, saw
them and escaped lust a few minutes
before Lieut Overton entered the house.
Some jewelry, consisting of gold
pins and a broach, was included In the
haul. The Jewelry was not valued
highly The loss was in the clothes,
Mrs. Overton stating that all her
clothes were taken. She was wearing
a heavy coat over a shirtwaist -when
she came to the chief's office Friday
morning. Mrs. Overton stated that
four of the dresses taken were expen
"None ever like them In 'Washing
ton," declared the lieutenant, looking
at his wKe proudly. Lieut. Overton
also lost all his civilian clothes.
"As the lieutenant was married In
his uniform, we still have a part of
the wedding clothes," said Mrs. Over
ton. Unw D Towni-ita Oitr.
From the Overton home,"the samel
gang evidently proceeded towards tne
city, for at the residence of G. A; Mar
tin, 2911 Bliss' street, three-quarters
of a mile this side of the Country club,
they paid a visit some time before 19
oclock in the evening. They entered
the back yard, half a block off" the
railroad, through the automobile gar
age, the door of which was found open
when Mr. and Mrs. Martin returned
from the city at 10 oclock. They had
left the place at 6 In the evening to
take dinner down town. The burglars
had cut the screen on the sleeping
porch and taken five blankets from the
bed. Thev had also opened the ice box
and climbed up and looked over the
transom of the bedroom; prints on the
door showed this. They were evidently
frightened away by the arrival of Mr.
and Mrs. James C. White, who live
next door, who reached home in their
automobile about half an hour before
Mr. and Mrs. Martta .got, hack.
The Trull 1b tfte City.
A little later, burglars atempted to
enter the home of T. ML Ricnafdson, at I
2025 Montana street. Also close to tne
railroad and half a mile nearer town
than the Martin home. Mr. Richardson
heard the burglars as they entered the
i ear door of his residence. Running to
the rear of the house, he saw two men
leap over the fence and disappear.
A Search Falls.
Early this morning, Mr. Martin
searched the new, vacant houses in
Manhattan Heights and also made a
trip beyond Fort Bliss, along the rail
road, in a search for the robbers, be
lieving that if they had been bonnd out
of town, he would find them sleeping
along the railroad somewhere, but was
unable to locate them and is convinced
that they were inbound and that they
brought their booty to the city.
A gold bracelet, a pearl ring, and $14
In cash were taken from Minnie Ram
bo's residence, 1207 East Third street,
some time Thursday night.
HIS SELLING FORCE
" Observing- an annual custom of the Jame
A. Dick company, James A Diek enter
tained hU selling force at a dinner on
New Tear's day at the hotel Paso del Norte.
The city and traveling salesmen, the oince
force and the other employes of the whole
sale grocery company were the lnvltea
guests, together with their families A
souvenir edition of the "Hustler," a house
publication, with New Tear's greetings ana
pointed paragraphs about the sales force
were distributed at the dinner.
A numberof Informal talks were made
by the salesmen, by Mr. Dick and his as
sistants. This dinner Is given each year
ae a "part of the gt together campaign
carried on by this El Paso wholesale house.
Those present were: G. Bright, Phoenix.
Ariz., K. J. Matthewson, Safford. Ariz.; T.
B. Grace. Douglas, Aria: A W. Hadley.
eastern Arizona, western Keif Mexico; M.
L. Morgan, west Texas and -eastern New
Mexico: t. H. OdeU, C. H. Shapley, city:
A W. Knight specialty; Crusto Armlstead,
L. M. Hanson, secretary; a H. FInley,
treasurer; B. C Kolar, cashier; James Q.
McNary, director; James A Dick.
VILLA ORDERS 12,000
UNIFORMS FOR REBELS
In anticipation of the defeat of the
federals at Ojinaga. Pancho Villa has
placed an order with an El Paso firm
for 12,000 rebel uniforms. The uni
forms are made of khaki material and
the lot is to be completed and deliv
ered within a month. Villa intends that
the uniforms shall he worn by his men
in the march on Mexico City. He says
that he will have an army of 48,000
men on the day that he arrives at the
PLANS INTRODUCING TWO
CBXT RAILWAY FARE BILL
Austin, Tex., Jan. 2. D. M. Reedy,
representative in the legislature from
Smith county,, who is here today, de
clares that if he is reelected he prob
ably will introduce a two pent pas
senger fare bill. He also believes
there Is ample need for an extra ses
sion of the legislature to consider the
penitentiary affairs of the state, the
rural credit measure and the bonded
WILL SOT CONSENT TO
ANT INCREASE IN KATES
Austin, Tex.. Jan. 2. Chairman Al
lison Mayfield, of the railroad com
mission today announced that despite
the heavy losses sustained by the
Texas railroads through the recent
floods the commission is not disposed
to order any increase In the railroaa
rates which are sufficiently high. It
Is understood the other members of
the commission entertain the same
view of the situation.
PAYS 50 PERCENT DrVIDEND,
DESPITE MEXICAN REVOLUTION
Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 3. The prosper
ous condition of northeastern Sonora
is attested by the dividend declared by
the Sonora Mercantile company, of
Agua Prleta. Fifty percent was paid
the stockholders. Last year, despite the
bad times, the dividend was 25 percent
Great bankrupt sale of clothing. See
page 12 for prices. Advertisement.
BOWIE FARMER BUYS
GIANT MOTOR PLOW
Bowie Vria. Jan. A s?-bfPewer
motor Plow with a eMy &FSF "
acres. 18 Inches deep. " -4 JV,Ug nS
rive In a few days tTliJr tfiTS
Mr. Scarbrough has nted Wow
ing of several thousand, acres or land in
"MrJ'xW Pulllam returned the fir of
thewek from Pomoaawdoer points
in southern Callfoia. where ahe has been
visiting. She was gJ5JCaI T r
son. H. W. Pulllam. of 1",L Sfi"
tut- -... , w V. Griintn nave ar
rivJ fTomyseCa, r a
-'Slasra & SWSwith a oy
"tMSPaa?k and Velma Pull-am. who
sTtaSauS?nfasath their .sister in E,
Paso. hTe returnee -...jt-- of Safari.
"& 'and' MTft 5SiNr
a bungalow In the, Ana"- -- tonuw o-
The'' Layne & Bowler people have begm
their second well near Bowie on the Mc
Campbell ranch. They Beconter
the same flow they fonnd to the Brenlger
Wclalre S. Humphreys M g--man
for the S. P. railroad. "MJ been trans
ferred to one of the Bowie elPr
Russell Henrlch entertatayd the senior
classes of the Sunday school, at the home
of his parents west of town.
J. G. Wllloughby has arrived -from Sas
katoon. Canada, where he hss been for sev
eral months closing out JBt!XJ
was met in Bl Paso by Mrs. . Wllloughby,
who accompanied him to Bow.1.
Mrs. C. P. Dawson, principal of the
Bowie schools, left Wednesday for Demlng.
N. M.. where her sister Is strtouely 111.
Miss Lola B. Tomlinson,5 Cbicagoj
niece of Mrs. H. Henrlch. hsa arrived and
will make her home here.
C. a Kellum has rented his new build
ing on South Main street to w. F Sim
mons and wife, who will open a first class
restaurant. , ., ,. .
Mr. and Mrs. P. Duffy arrived today
from Bndee. N. M.
COUNCIL REPEALS ORDINANCE
Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 2 following ex
traordinary efforts on the part of the
ministers of Tempe to enforce the anti
gambling ordinance, the town council
has repealed that ordinance. The action
of the council created a furore and
Tempe is now experiencing the biggest
sensation it has experienced in years.
Tempe is now without any regulation
of gambling except that provided in the
state law. ""
Garnett King, recently appointed gen
eral passenger -agent pf the Southwest
ern system, is expected here from St.
Louis the last of the month to take up
his new duties on February 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Manasse. of Las
Cruces, N. M., were here New Year's to
spend the day.
Prime Tib roast, l5c per lb. Opitz
Market, phone 136. Advertisement.
BANKERS WILL WORK
A meeting of the clearing house will be
held at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon to
consider a plan of getting a branch of the
regional reserve bank established In Bl
Paso. A committee will be appointed at
-thin ntAAtftif to act with the banks of the
I contiguous territory In Texas, New Mexico
I and Arizona In obtaining a Branch bank
I at EI Paso.
I U. & Stewart, president of the clearing
house, sas mere :s no intention oi wor
ing for a regional bank here, as the capital
reauired for such a bank is too great to be
supplied by the bankmg firms in the El
I Paso territory. But the new banking law
I provides for the establishment of branches
I of the regional reserve banks and It Is one
( of these bank branches that the local
bankers are anxious to obtain for this city
I to serve the southwestern territory.
Great bankrupt sale of clothing. See
page 12 for prices. Advertisement
HOLDUPS MAKE JUAREZ
RENDEZVOUS; OPERATE HERE
Holdups and housebreakers are making
Juarez a rendezvous and are operating on
both sides of the river, private detectives
in El Paso declare. They say many of the
housebreakings and holdups which have oc
curred In El Paso have been done by th
Juarez gang, which is composed of Ameri
cans and Mexicans. The Americans are
the leaders and employ the Mexican "rat
eros" and thieves to assist them.
These gangsters are also working the
old bunco game and are sending their
"stool pigeefla" to Bl Paso to pick out tb
prospects and bring them to Juarez to
see the sights and then fleece them.
At the Alamo again today, the seven-
Sart visualization of Chas. Dickens's
nmortal masterpiece is being shown.
Better than the book itself is this pho
toplay, because the tedious descriptive
style of Dickens is entirely missing,
while the heart interest of the story
is most graphically portrayed in a set
ting of the most beautiful scenes ever
shown in El Paso or on a picture
Until five oclock today the Alamo is
giving a bargain matinee, at which the
admission is 5 and 15 cents; after five
oclock, the admission price Is 16 and
Tomorrow the Alamo shows the bis;
five-reel sensation, "A Bargain With
Satan," featuring Herr Paul Wegener
and the finest example of double ex
posure photography ever shown on a
SPECIAL BILL AT WIGWAM.
Tonight is society night at the Wig
wam and an especially attractive bill
will be offered. There will be the
usual weekly high class musical pro
gram an the unit orchestra; a number
on thehuman voice pipes; a two-reel
Pathe feature and an Essanay. The
Pathe fe entitled, "The Green Eyed
Monster f Jealousy." It has no sen
sational thrills, but is a pleasing
drama, ot which the Movfhg Picture
World declares enthusiastically, "it is
Tomorrow Sidney Drew, photoplay's
best comedian, will be seen In a de
lightful Vitagraph comedy, a stirring
Lubm story of Puebla, Mexico, and
Essanay romance will also be shown
TO THE PUBLIC.
The London Woolen Mills will be open for
business again in a few days just as'soon. as
our store cdh be put in condition.1- We will
reopen with the biggest line of new woolens
ever brought to El Paso.
Our customers are asked toliold their, orders
"until our opening.
A suit or overcoat to your measure for , .
LONDON WOOLEN MILLS
R. RHODES, Manager. 217 San Antonio St.
"Your Satisfaction Our First Satisfaction."
I Save it for a Copy of 1
1 I j The Herald, Friday, Jan. 2, 1914. flj 11
i 1 Colonel Goethals says: "Accurate and Dependable" II
GROCER'S FLIPPANT NOTES
TO DELINQUENTS HELD UP
Phoenix, Ariz.. Jan. 2. Several C.
O. D. parcel post packages, containing
nothing but old newspapers wApped
around the receipted bills from a small
grocer firm, have been held, up at the
Phoenix postoffice. At the bottom of
each bill was a flippant note to the de
linquent customer. These are what
caused the packages to be hfcld up, as
written messages cannot be sent by
Though the use of the parcel post
for the collection of bills infringes
the postal regulations, it is understood
that this is not a crime for which ac
tion can be brought under the law.
Great bankrupt sale of clothing. See
page 3.2 for prices. Advertisement.
AN INTERESTING ROMANCE.
An Unknowa Scotch Lassie Becomes
FamoHS Throngh her Art
VOUnff Scotch girl by name Jane
Aril en was recently presented at the
TTTiE-lish Court and a month later was
married to the only son of Sir Edward
Macfarland. When this little Scotch
Scame into notice London's lead
ing artists said: "If all the world
was searched a more beautiful face
and figure could not be found."
The Macfarland blood is very blue.
Sir Edward is one of the wealthiest
and most distinguished linen weavers
in the British kingdom. The marriage
t his ci'lv son,an; heir to an un
known Highla"d s!rl was an event
that made society gossip.
A beautiful face was not all that
Jane Arden possessed. She was an ar
tist born; the story of her fame and
fortune runs like this:
At the age of sixteen she took- up
designing in a country school. Her
teachers sent some of her designs and
patterns to the Macfarland mills, of
fering them for sale.
Young Macfarland had just returned
from Oxford and had entered into his
father's business as a partner. Being
rather of an artistic temperament he
had been given charge of the art de
partment of the great mills. He bougiit
little Jane Arden's first designs and
asked for others they came, and the
Macfarland drafts in payment there
for, went promptly back, always With
the request for others. On one oc
casion young Macfarland asked the
teacher, who sent in the designs, for
the name of the artist, but being
proud of her pupil, and knowing there
was intercut In mystery, this request
The designs of the Macfarland mills
began to attract attention under its
new head. Jack Macfarland soon rec
ognized that his one security lay in
controlling the work, of this new and
mysterious artist. He could not af
ford to have her work go to his com
petitors. Her teacher was sought and
with much difficulty the name of Jane
Arden was revealed. Jack sought an
interview with the young girl and se
cured a contract with she and her
widowed mother to Control all her de
signs and art work.'
Jack took away his contract, but
left something vastly more important
in the keeping of Jane Arden. He left
something that could not be sketched
with the artisVs pencil and upon
which there was no price.
'Two years went by, the Macfarland
designs became famous all over
Europe, Jack suggested in a cour
teous letter on one occasion that Jane
send a set of her designs to him and
he would send them to Mary, the pres
ent queen of England, which was done.
They were at once named the "Im
perial Patterns." The queen adopted
them for her court costumes and pro
nounced them the most beautiful de
sings in the world. Jane Arden as
sent for and presented at Court also
to the queen in private, who took her
ior,rf zirtu said. "I cannot tell whicn
is the prettiest, your beautiful face,
your beautiful name, or your beautl-
rreadiirs will be interested in
knowing that this paper has secured
5e "exclusive contract for the comple e
imperial Embroidery Pattern Outfit
containing 160 of the most beautiiul
embroidery patterns ever designed,
which, together with a new patented
Hoop and Book of Instruction are
FLEMING ISnTt jqb
Phoenix, Ark- Jan. 2.-J. H. Fkming,
brotherinlaw o? William G. McAdoo.
secretary of the treasury, has been ap
Ddnted a selector of federal building
sTtcs at a salary of $300 a month an3
eXThis appointment came as a Rreat sur
prise to the politicians of Arizona, par
ticularly of Phoenix. At one fame it
was thought that he was slated for the
TSJTSSm. Michelson, C
B Wood and A. Guy Alsap are the most
prominentcandidates for thepostoffice.
tmnFOTX POSTOFFICE SHOWS
PH0EIKCr!aSE OF $16,397 IK YEAR
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 2.-Fnres com
piled bv postmaster James S. McClm
tock show that the income of the Phoe
n postoffice for the calendar year of
1913 was $105,825.84, an increase of
$16,397.14, or 18 percent, over the pre
GOOD PROGRAM AT BIJOU.
"Broncho Billy's Squarness," featur
ing G. M. Anderson, wUl be on the bUI
at the Bijou today, also a good Edison
drama entitled "The Vanishing
Saturday, "A Good Sport," a two
chapter comedy that is a high class
offering, will give you the best amuse
ment you have had for some time.
Sunday. "The Whimsical Threads of
Destiny," a Vitagraph two part special
will be featured. Don't miss a two
part Vitagraph special. Advertisement.
Do You Wear Pants?
Get a Pair FREE
SEE PAGE 8,
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purchaser who Is not satisfied with it
PRESENT SIX COUPONS OF CONSECUTIVE DATES
IWEEBX CENTS EXTRA IF SENT BY MAIL
&W I COMPANY
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
Wishes Their Patrons a Very Happy
and Prosperous New Year
Store will close at 10 a. m. tomorrow.
"Agents Revillon Freres Furs'
Pioneer Plaza Phone 4580
toi7 Ktrur vrAi iqia Wifh n
e commence Jtric ivzjw m. um xjm.- "
SALE OF WOO NEW BLOUSES
lj $2-H, $3M and f4-2
A fortunate year-end purchase
eludes beautiful new net silk
able range of styles, colors, and
LOT 1 Lace, net and silk dli QC
blouses worth to $3 pJI.70
LOT 2 Net, lace and silk rf qj-
blouses worOi to $,4. at p.i73
LOT 3--Net,lace and silk- djj Qff
blouses worth to $5, at ?
LOT 4 Net, lace and silk dyf QC
blouses worth to $7.50, at ... jPTWiJ
Other Great Values.
Accessory .." -
$2.50 NECKWEAR A special lot of
women's assorted collar and cuff sets,
jabots, .etep wprtb up to 2.59. rj g
Saturday, choice fQC
$1.25 JAN CAPE GLOVES Heavy
mannish, effects with one clasp and
crow stitched backs. All sizes QQ
in values to ?1.25. Sat. the Pr . . OO C
WOMEN'S 50c HANDKERCHIEFS
Odds and ends in all linen quality left
from our Xmas sales. All worth O f
up to 50c each. Choice Sat...."C
50c KNITTED MUFFLERS A limited
lot of Bradley's and Phoenix Mufflers
in regular 60e values. OQ-
Saturday ,.. ail7C
50c RIBBON & FLORAL NOVELTIES
A bj . collection of regular 50c values
in sachet hags, flowers, celluloid infant
by our New York Office for the New Year Sale. The collection m
and lace models secured at prices which enable us to offer a rea&rk
sizes far under value. All divided into four lots.
Suits & Coats
SUITS Tailored suits worth Q Qfi
$14.50 to $19.50 ipO.VD
SUITS Tailored suits worth A-s - Q
$22.50 and $25.00 $I1.3
COATS Winter coats worth 7 Qfi
$12.50 now at .' ipf -70
COATS Winter coats worth Jq qK
$15.00 how at ipV.VO
Other Special Values.
50c OUTING PETTICOATS One lot of
short Outinl Flannel Petti- 00
coats worthJ50c, Sat OOC
KAYSER'SfNEW KNITTED BLOOM
ERS Fine quality lisle finish cotton
with elastfc belt and knees. White,
black and jink. The new
95c LEATHER ,HANDBAGS-An extra
special inlAngora seal, walrus, crepe
seal, ets., i many shapes and sizes, silk
and leather lined. Worth up ffQ
to 95c Sm. choice DC
evj Year Specials In
FRENCH CONEY FURS One lot of black
and brown coney muffs and "scarfs in regular
$4.95 values. Extra special Saturday, each
ALL FUR PRICES REDUCED
WINTER SKIRTS One lot of skirts worth
$4.95 at $2.59
WOOL SKIRTS One lot of wool skirts worth
to $7.50 $3.75
NEW SKIRTS One lot of new skirts worth
to $12.50 $4.89-
$1.50 HOUSE DRESSES made of percale-and
$1.75 HOUSE DRESSES made of splewfid
ALL OTHER PRICES REDUCED
Our modern policy calls for clean stocks at
the beginning of each season. We never
carry over nallinery from one season to the
next, therefore these RIDICULOUSLY LOW
prices whichfinsure a speedy clearance.
Tailored Hatt Worth to ?7.50
Now at 1
Tailored HaS -Worth to $12.50
Tailored Hat Worth to $15.00 do QO
Tailored Hat Worth to $20.00 bo QO
Tailored Hai - Worth to $2'5.00 fl A nn
Now at VTC 2?0
AH Prices Reduced.
95c SATEEN PETTICOATS An exceptional
special Saturday 69c
95c FLANNELETTE KIMONOS Extra spe
cial Saturday 89c
$2.50 BATH ROBES One lot of Beacon
blanket robes worth $2.50, Saturday, limit
one to each customer $1.75
EXTRA SPECIALS IN DRESSES
EXTRA SPECIALS IN COATS
EXTRA SPECIALS IN SUITS
New Attractions In
GLACE TAFFETA, the new soft cling
ing silk of firm quality specially woven
for the prevailing models with filmy shir
ring, tucking and ruffling. Low necks,
graceful drop "baggy" shoulders wkh
and without shoulder lines. Long and
short sleeves. These new advance 1914
$9.50 to $11.50
25c TALCUM POWDER Leha f Q
& Fink's make, Sat. Jar IOC
25c BARS WOODBURY'S 1Q
SOAP Sat. The Bar IOC
50c SIZE LAMBERT'S LIS- q
TERLNE Sat The Bottle DOC
50c BULK PERFUME Extra oo
Special Sat. The Ox 55C
25c LAVIIE FACE POWDER -f n
Sat. The Box IDC
25c GOSSAMER FACE POW- -j pj
DER Sat. Extra Special 1 C
,15c BOTTLES PEROXIDE
Sat. Special the bottle OC
25c LUSTRE LITE POLISH tj
For Finger Nails, Sat 1 C
Saturday Night 6 to 8.30
50c HONEY & ALMOND CREAM
Hind's famous product. Sat. QQ
Night 6 to 8:30 OuC
25c JARS MENTHOLATUM Ah extra
special Sat. Night 6 to 8:30, i"
the Jar IOC
75c MANICURE SCISSORS Made of
best German steel ia assorted siies.
Sat. Night 6 to 8:30, AC
The above articles are extra specials
for Satarday sight only. Limit eae.
No telephone refers accepted ud
In Sweater Coats
The truth is that our inventory sheets show
too many sweater coats on hand and radi
cal reductions are necessary.
LOT 1200 Sweater Coate Worth tfv-j rr
to $1.95 Now at P1.UU
LOT 2150 Sweater Costs Worth mj
to $i50 Now at tpl.ftO
LOT 3 Sweater Coats Worth frty a
to $3.60 Now at P.tO
LOT 4 Fine Sweater Coats a j-
Worth to H-95 Now at JD rO
LOT 5 Fine Sweater Coats A a a
Worth to $6.95 Now at P.tO
LOT 6 Fine Sweater Coats r A
Worth to $10.00 Now at 30fl:0
25c New Year
"The Store of Service"
dolls 20 in.