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EL PASO HERAXD
Saturday, January 3, 1914
Train No. 9. on the G. H. & & A., from
the east, due at 5:30 p. m., is reported
to arrive at 6 p. m. Ail other after
noon and night trains are reported on
time for Saturday.
Ke TraMfer, Livery and Storage
Call Pomeroy's, phones 651-:U44, for
prompt baggage transfer and livery.
KnlKhts of Celmafetts Give $Se,8.
Baltimore. Md.t Jan 3. A check for
$500,000 will be handed to cardinal
Gibbons next Tuesday as a contribu
tion for the Catholic university at
a&hington from the Knights of Col
umbus or the United States. It is
proposed to form 50 scholarships for
oung men studying for the priest
hood at the university.
We are headquarters for Peerless
Mazda lamps. TexMH Kleotrlea' Supply
Co., 119 N. Stanton. Phone 1120.
country will become effective in a
month. By the terms of the recent
Interstate Commerce commission's or
der the companies will comply with
regulations for improved methods of
Submarine Start South.
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 3. The submarine
lotilla in dry dock at the navy yarf
will sail Monday, convoyed by the
monitor Tonapah, on a cruise of the
south Atlantic seaboard and gulf
ports, its itinerary including 23 ports
Iwor Express Kates Soon.
Washington, D C, Jan. 3. Express
rates 17 percent lower throughout the
PIMPLES and blackheads dis
appear, unsightly complex
ions become clean, clear, and
velvety, and hair health and
beauty are promoted by the reg
ular use of Resinol Soap and an
occasional application of Resinol
Ointment. These soothing, heal
ing preparations do their woHc
easily, quickly and at little cost,
when even the most expensive
cosmetics and complicated
"beauty treatments " faiL
Every druggist sells Resinol
Eesinol Soap ami Ointment haal eesenaasad ,
ther skin eruptions, stop itchier instantly, and
are most valuable for dandruff, Bores, barns.
boils, piles, etc. For trial s:e, free, write to
Kes.noi, Dept. 13-E. Baltimore. Md.
V" HCT,e,r n,,HS or are overcharged
in LfOngwell s autos or baggage trucks.
Dr., A. T. Still Osteopathic infirmary
Dr. Ira- W. Collins, physician in chief:
Dr. M. Alkire, lady specialist: Dr Carl
Qibsoa, Ml W Missouri street. They
cured others. They can cure you.
Wireless Message Goes 8000 Miles.
Duluth, Minn., Jan. 3. A Duluth
wireless operator Friday night re
ported receiving a radiogram over
what is thought to be the greatest dis
tance the wireless waves have ever
reached. The message was being
transmitted by Port Nelson, a British
.naval station in the East Indies, to a
essel nearby. The distance between
Port Nelson and Duluth is approxi
mately 9000 miles.
El Paso Distilled "Water Co. Ph. 489.
Jadge Jackson and Family Keinrn.
Judge and Mrs. Dan M. Jackson and
family have returned from their visit
to the ranch of Charles M. Tinnln, near
Toyah. where they spetot the Christmas
Raisalt, Bandit, Proclaimed Sultan.
Tangier, Morocco, Jan. 3. It Is re
ported that Raisuli, the former Moor
ish brigand, has been proclaimed sul
tan of Morocco by his partisans in the
interior, who have deccided to continue
at all costs the war against the
European invaders of their country.
Dr. Attaway, dentist. City Nat. Bk. Bids.
Suffragets to March to Annapolis.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 3.--Suffra-
gets of the congressional union pian
to go to Baltimore next week and
march from there to Annapolis to urge
upon the legislature the necessity of
a suffrage amendment.
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath, 410
Mills Bldg. phone 141.. Res. phone 34SS.
Urge AdasM For President.
Friends of Claiborne Adams, vice
president of the chamber of commerce,
are campaigning to elect him presi
dent of the organisation at the annual
election of officers to be held -on
Thursday night. January 29.
Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines and
Internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Are Parents at Baby Son.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Keltner, 2924 Ala
meda avenue, are the parents of a baby
son, born' New Tear's day.
smelter for having gone on a strike.
Officers of the company JSirLine
places df the strikers w?ei Dt
filled and that the plant JB nn
at Fas Distilled Water 00. P. m
Dr. IpitUtt, dentist, 384 Capias Bldg.
Secretary Brynn in KofcPHjSSWrv
Kansas City, Mo, Jan. -Tress
of state William J. Bryan will ddr8
the convention of the Chrnwan siu
dent volunteer movement here toninu
Dr. PnBet, dentist, 501 Roberts-Banner
Dr. Klein diseases of lungs stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bid?-
To Test Wisconsin's Eusenlc ImTr.
MuwauKee, wjb., Jan. 3. """: i
be filed, it has been announced, to
test the constitutionality pf We euB"
ic law which requires male persons
applying for a marriage license U P.re"
sent a physician's -certificate showing
a clean bill of health. Thfl w as
just become effective.
Moved to JOS Texas' St. El Paso Op
tical Co., Inc.
Dr.Anna Ileum, Buckler Bldg, Tel. 577.
Pioneer Editor Is Dead.
Greeley, Colo, Jan. 3. Myron B.
Knowles, associated with the founder
of the Omaha Bee in the early 'M'8'
later editor of the Oakland, Cal, News,
and the first school teacher in the
Union colony that established Greeley
in 1870, is dead here at 91 years of
No. 1 Ik always ready for baggage or
autos. Phone Longwell-
Dr. Ebcrt, Dentist, 216-218 Mills Bldg-
Dr. Stevens, dentist, 212 Rob. -Ban. Bldg.
Longwell's name is known when you
arrive or when ou leave Call for
Longwell's baggage trucks "or" taxis.
Phone 1. .
MONITION: Notice is hereby given
that-there have been seized in this col
lection district for violation of the' cus
toms laws six head of horses and mares
with Mexican brands, which will be
sold in front of the Custom House, El
Paso, Texas, at 10 oclock a. m, Jan
uary 12, 1914. Anyone claiming the
same is required to appear within
the time prescribed by law. Zach La
mar Cobb. Collector of Customs.
Nnvy Employes Get Raise.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 3. Wage In
creases for 1400 employes of navy
yards, amounting in all to more than
$60,000 annually, -were announced by
Bad Sewerage Causes Pellagra, Belief.
Atlanta, Ga, Jan. . Pellagra in
fection probably results from bad
sewerage, according to the theory ad
vanced in the report of the Thomas
McFadden pellagra committee read
Friday before the American Associa
tion for the Advancement of Science.
Dr. Branch Cralffe, practice limited
to disease of children and obstetrics.
20,000 Shares of S. P. Stock Sold.
Washington, D. C. Jan. 3. Sales of
the Southern Pacific railway stock
once held by the Union Pacific
amounted during, the month of De
cember to about 20,000 shares.
Dr. Bryan, Dentist. 405 Capias Bldg.
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills.
Tscenur Smcltennen on Strike.
Tacoma, Wash, Jan. 3. Increase in
the number of working hours without
an increaset of wages is the reason
given by 250 laborers at the Tacoma
Office, Const Q. M, Fort Huachuca,
Ariz.. Dec. 20. 1913. Sealed proposals.
In triplicate, will be received here until
10 a. m, Jan. 9, 1914, and then opened,
for furnishing all materials and labor
and constructing complete, one double
set of captains' quarters, including
plumbing and electric wiring, and a
double blacksmith shop at this post.
Flans and specifications upon applica
tion to the undersigned, accompanied
by deposit- of $10 to insure return of
same. B. S. Walton, Const. Q. M.
Look Out for Burglars !
Are You Insured ?
We write all kinds of burglary, la
all size policies. Better see us at once,
before your home is visited by burglars.
"Better be safe than sorry."
A. P. Coles & Bros,
202 North Oregon Street
Great bankrupt sale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement
Great bankrupt sale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement
F. C. Searle Starts to Throw Up Ills
Hands, bat Instead Gives Robber a
Knockout Blow and Escapes.
F. C. Searle was held up Friday night
shortly after 6:SB oclock in the alley
between Boulevard and Montana street
just west of Austin street. He had
ridden with a friend in an automobile
out Montana -street to the alley and
there jumped out ahd started down the
alley to. his home. A man stepped out
or the aarK wnen ne was about mid
way between Montana and Boulevard
and, pushing something under his nose. I
commanded: "Throw up your hands."
"I intended to obey," said Searle this I
morning, in relating the circumstance,
"but unconsciously, as my hands went
up, I struck out "at the fellow and hit
him in the jaw with all my might It
floored him and I then started to grab
him, but looked up and saw another
man nearby, in the alley. Then, be
lieve -me, I moved out of the alley. I
reached home in less than nothing,
flat. I lost nothing but some of the
skin off mv richt knuckles." anil ho
exhibited three freshly skinned places.
"I had 85 cents and my watcn wtlh me
at the time I was help up."
This morning, Mr. Searle learned that
Dr. R. L. Ramey ptssed through the
same alley early Friday evening and
encountered the same two men. The
doctor had his right hand In his pocket
at the time, however, and the meh
slunk off In the darkness, evidently
believing that he had the drop on them. I
Mr. Searle says he could positively
identify the man who held him up. He
is not sure If the man had a revolver,
but says he knows the fellow had
something in his hand when it wa$.
shoved Into his face.
Klein Home Entered.
"Pass" key" burglars entered the front
door of David Klein's residence, 316
Texas street, Friday night while Mr.
Klein and his family were down town,
and carried away jewelry and clothing
valued at several hundred dollars.
Burglars made an attempt to enter
the residence at 410 South Florence
street Friday night-
THK WIGWAM PROGRAM.
Three fine single reels will be shown
at the Wigwam today. They Include
"A Lesson in Jealousy." in which Sid
ney Drew has the chief fun-making
part, with Clara Kimball Young and
Harry Morey as assistants. Mr. Drew
will be remembered as the principal in
"Jerry's Motherinlaw " "Life, Love
and Liberty" is a Lubin dramatic ro
mance of the presfnt trouble in Mexico.
The romantic part is more in evidence
than the war. "Mounted Officer
Flynn' is a Selig Story of a spy. All
are above the average.
- Tomorrow, "A Waif of the Desert" a.
dramatic and picturesque Lubin special,
in two reels, will be shown.
Monday, "Checkers," with Thomas
W. Ross, the creator of the title role
for the Broadwav production, in his
old part, will be the bill.
T.onis Reeves Harrison, the well
-known critic, says of "Checkers":
"The racetrack scenes at mis point
are among the best I have ever seen.
They are taken from the right view
points, and at moments when the gath
ering of spirited thoroughbreds is most
Attractive. Particularly interesting are
views of the horses puunuing iunousiy
along the track which must have been
taken from an automobile running at
high speed a short distance ahead of
them. This Is an effort to secure the
effect of naturalness at any cost and
is probably a glimpse of movement that
has never been had by race frequenters
themselves. In the handling of en
sembles at the track, and in all other
scenes, exterior, and interior, there is
exhibited some masterly craftsmanship
by the director." Advertisement
"GOOD SPORT AT BIJOU.
The above tells the story exactly.
This Edison two part special comedy,
from "The International Cup," pub
lished in "The Saturday Evening Post,"
is a good one and you must see it.
The Bijou will have . eleven specials
between now and the 16th and you
cannot afford to miss any of them.
We show only the best every day.
Below are the specials in the order
which they will be shown:
"The Whimsical Threads of Destiny."
"Quality of Mercy."
"The plot of India's Hillmen."
"Cave Men's War."
"When Mountains and Valley Meet."
"Pay as You Enter Man "'
"Beauty Unadorned." Advertisement
We have not left town, nor even gone
out of business, as some of our com
petitors would like to convince our
friends, but simply moved to 10S Texas
Street, where yon will be told the truth
and served promptly and correctly.
El Paso Optical Company, Inc.,
Opticians to the Southwest
Advert iseme nt
Great bankrupt sale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement
AUNT OF EEFUGEE BOY
IS SIJON BY REBELS
After having' his 'ather executed by
rebels and having escaped from me
federal prison Chihuahua nd corne
to El Paso. Rafael Rembao. jr, was
notified Friday by Mends rom Chi
huahua that his aunt, Mrs. Silyna
Rembao, had been killed by the rebel
troops when they T'VL'Jp.Ie
home in search of the Bl Paso refugee
R"afael is but 15 years old and has
obtained employment at the I. M. -
A. He is making an effort to locate
his sisters, who were left in charge
of the aunt who Is reported to have
been killed. .
His father was executed because he
was a director of the penitentiary at
the time Hipolito Villa .brother of Pan
cho Villa, was a prisoner there.
COLOXEL OF MARINES IS ,
PHILIPPINES IS DETACHED
Washington, D. C, Jan. 3. Colonel
Chas. O. Doyan. commanding the first
brigade of marines at Manila, is de
tached from that command and or
dered to return to the United States.
No successor will be named, as secre
tary Daniels has already announced
his intention to withdraw all but loo
marines in the Philippines as part or
his plan to concentrate the corps at
important points in continental United
About Your Plumbing
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greatest possible convenience from your plumbing
fixtures? Are you sure of their sanitary safety?
These are important questions to you if you
value health and comfort in your hne, and nothing
short of the best fixtures obtainable should be in
stalled, from the kitchen sink to" the bath tub.
Our plumbing work jon every job, whether re
pairing or installing, gives satisfaction.
We recommend "Wolff's" plumbing fixtures on
account of their guaranteed efficiency and durability.
May we estimate for you?
The Mattice Heating and
109 North Campbell Street.
HONEYWELL HEATING SYSTEM A SPECIALTY.
Phone 956. . Res. Phone 4646.
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