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Thursday, Nov. 14, 1918.
DON'T ROCK THE
BOAT; SIT TIGHT
Ex-Mayor Sweeney Gives
Advice On Reconstruc
tion To the Kotarians.
Jos. C Sweeney, exmayor of EI
Paso, recently returned from a trip to
V. ashmeton, told El Paso Ro tartans
Thursday at their weekly luncheon
m Hotel Sheldon that the greatest
danger following the war Is that of
rocking the boat" too much Bolshe
rickism, as he said.
Judgre Sweeney was the principal
speaker at this, the first raeetlngi
since before the Influenza quarantine.!
r a. Martin, the new president, pre-!
.ded, and the attendance was ex-j
Judge Sweeney eald:
Internal Problem Xow.
' The ertemal war is won and end
ed, the internal problem, hid in the
smoke of battle, now looms more
threateningly even than before.
"The defeat of Prussianized Ger
man autocracy has secured the world
against a tyrannical reaction, what
vrm guarantee it against a lioisnc
"The great question of the future,
with which all others are connected,
is the economical production and the
just distribution of wealth? This Is
universally recognized to be the one
ermastering question, but we must
recognize an the various eie-
nents that enter Into it None will
eny that labor is the producer of
ealth, and that the laborer is worthy
f his hire, has the sanction of com
;. o.t sense and common justice, as
v i ,1 as of holy writ; but do we feel.
it an ever present part of our con
- eptions, that organized society Is
equally essential and that without
such society all production must nec
Society, the Plamt.
"In the broadest, and yet most ac
curate sense, organized society Is the
plant" which the workman uses as
be Instrument of his production: he
an no more dispense with it than he
can with the vast aggregations of
instruments and machinery that are
assembled in the various factories of
the V nited Steel company.
TVIthout this plant' of organized
-ociety, wealth can be neither pro
cured, distributed nor enjoyed and
e whn by lawless violence, radical
innovation or utonlan theorv. trans
lated into action, impedes, injures or
cestrovs this great plant, the erec
tion of centuries and of countless gen
erations, is xne enemy oi uie work
man as much as Is the theory crazed
anarchist who plots to destroy all the
machinery of all the factories In civi
lization. Watch "False Prophet."
"We have the assurance of the gos
pel that in the days Just preceding
the mi lien i urn. false prophets trill ap
pear everywhere upon the earth
preaching new doctrines and each as
serting that in his alone is to be
found salvation and so we must ex
pect that the frantic apostles of In
novation, who have destroyed Russia
and who are now threatening what is
left of Germany, will find many imi
tators in our own saner, because
freer. land. That there must be that
there trill be great fundamental and
enduring changes In our social and
economic system Is plainer even than
the hand that traced Its mystic warn
ing on the walls of Belshazxar's pal
are and there Is no heaven Inspired
Daniel to Interpret and expound, but
by the aid of that providence, whose
handiwork Is seen throughout the
ages, and never more distinctly than
cow, we may hope that, if we de
ote ourselves to our duties that in
this case are also our interests, man
kind will again be victorious, but per
haps after a long and bitter struggle,
ever the powers of destruction and
"Plant" Must Remain.
T am not vain enough one moment
to dream that I plainly recognize all,
or even a large part, of thee a trans
eendant duties, hut. one Is plain, as
distinct as if traced Jn living flame
across the arch of the midnight
heavens, vie must not permit that
great plant of which I have spoken to
be destroyed or even seriously Im
peded in its life sustaining func
tions. "No theory, however plausible, can :
be entertained, much less coxfereted ,
into action, that will block the move
ment and disarrange the functioning
of that great plant of production and
progress that we call organized so
ciety. Tme In EI Paso.
"Here in El Paso, a moment's re
flection will teach us the truth of this
assertion, uncounted wealth, score !
upon score of millions of dollars are 1
invested In the great trunk lines of:
railroad that pass through, or ra
diate from this point
'Tf. for any reason, revolution or
, permanent Industrial disorganization.
It becomes impossible to operate j
these railroads with profit and safety, i
they will cease to be wealth and the i
very arteries of life, but become long
strips of unused, rusty and worth
less scraps and this valley with 150.-
000 civilized and vigorous. If not al-:
ways prosperous and contented in
habitants, will become the desert that
5 was when my parents brought me
to it near two score years ago.
I a Big Powerhouse.
"From the picture of what Is now
occurring in Russia and what we may
imagine might conceivably occur here,
even us it has occurred in the neigh
boring republic, we foresee what wiil
1 e ihf f te of civilized manklrd if
BRITISH CAPTURED FORTIFIED
Of Beaucocrt In their advance In
the Ancre region, two years ago to
day. November 14, 1916.
Find another soldier.
Vtiide dojen note at UJl elGow
Federal Employes Have 30
Applicants After Pea
About 3,0 applications for member
ship were received by the Federal Em
ployes union at an open meeting at
Moose hall Wednesday night, ad
dressed by Roy E. peabody, national
organizer In El Paso, to Increase the
local's membership. It was decided to
hold another open meeting at the same
place next Wednesday evening.
Mr. peabody reviewed the history
of the union and explained how hard
It was to get government employes in
terested In organizing. C O. Young,
organizer for the American Federation
of Labor, was present ana commented
on the fact that while years ago la
boring men had to meet In secrecy.
their meetings are now open to the
Attention was called to the fact that
the federal emDloyes now have the
largest union in El Paso, with nearly
we permit the anarchists to wreck
that plant, which, is indeed a power
house, generating all the energy that
produces, not merely all the wealth,
but all the desirables of civilized life."
Alba IT. warren, the new general
manager of the El Paso Street Rail
way company, recently president of
the Galveston notary ciud, was ac
cepted as a member in the El Paso
club by a unanimous vote, on motion
of Robert Krakauer. Rev. Fuller
Swift and W. IL Glenn were intro
duced by Robert Krakauer as new
President Martin announced the ap
pointment of the following standing
Fraternal Martin Zlelonka, E. C
Davis and Fuller Swift,
Public affairs Will S. Cromble, A.
Schwartz and Frank EzelL
Grievances Dr. R. I Ramey. Jack
a Gething and B. M- G. Williams.
On motion or rabbi Martin zieionKa.
the club referred to the committee on
public affairs, a plan suggested by
the rabbi for a general civic celebra
tion of Thanksjririnir on the eve of
Thanksgiving day, Wednesday, Nov. 28.
providing the French orchestra does
not visit the city on that date, as now
Resolutions For The Bead.
On motion of W. TL Winch, the
president appointed Robert Krakauer,
A F. Fegan and C. IL FInley a com
mittee to draft resolutions on the
death of Mrs. Claiborne Adams, wife
of ex-president Adams, of El Paso
notary; of the son oi raDDi Martin
Zielonka and of C. B. Hense. jr.. an
associate member, all victims of in
fluenza since the last meeting or tne
V. R. Stiles and E. W. Kayser made
short talks urging assistance for the
United War work fund.
W. T. Hlxson drew the attendance
prize, supplied by Al Fraser.
Some Real Entertainment.
Bert and Harry Beyerstedt and Joe
Kemper, of the Redmond company at
the Crawford, rendered the prize Kl
Paso song, "El Paso Is Calling, Call
ing You," Mr. Kemper, singing and
Bert Beyerstedt. author of the music
nlavlne- the violin, his brother. Harry,
at the piano. For an encore, after
the chorus of the El Paso aong haa
been repeated several times in re
sponse to encores, Mr. Kemper san?
another of Mr. Beyerstedt's songs,
"Just A Girl And A Boy," and as a
second encore, he sang. 1 Hate To
Get Up In The Morning."
Bert Beyerstedt then rendered sev
eral selections on the violin, to the
great delight of the members.
The club adjourned by standing in
silence for half a minute in memory
of those of the Rotary family who
have died since the last meeting, fol
lowing this with "America," led by
Jos. T. Evans.
School Students Will
Build House In Same
Way As Their Fathers
A nlan whereby the various voca
tional work departments will be cor
related just as they are In the busi
ness world has been worked out in
the El Paso high school. In -order to
give the students an idea of how in
business life a building begins with
an idea and is finally occupied by
Students in the architectural de
partment are to submit plans and the
best will be chosen. The mill and
cabinet work studeot3 will list the
materials needld, reducing the scale
so that the comnleted Droduct will be
-a miniature. The work will be done
-just aa a contractor selects materials,
ior a big house. The structure will
then De erected, measuring wnen
conmleted three feet six inches by five
feet by three feet. The order of;
construction will be concrete founda
tion, underslll. " underfinishlng, floor
joist, rough floor, wall stuaaing.
lolsts. ratters, roof and finishing.
The home decoration students win
submit competitively color echemes
for Interior decorations and the best
will be aDDlied.
Ll a. Osbom, one of the teachers
In the department, has worked out the
SCHOOL CHILDREN WILL
SAT "D M THE KAISER"
Yhen the state text book coramls-
slon, of which 1 Paso county's
Winkler, is & member, meets at Aus
tin December S, one of the matters to
be considered will be new geography
and history texts made necessary by
the world war.
It was estimated by R. J. TIghe.
city superintendent, that 4000 new
geographies and 1000 new histories
wouM be needed here when the
changes are made.
The new texts will not be ready be
fore peace Is concluded, as the geog
raphies must show the changes made
on the map of Europe and the his
tories must record them.
EIGHTH COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS.
J. It. Ilnrper, E. K. nirslns and At M.
Motions granted Mrs. Bettle Edens)
et aL vs. Mrs. M. A. Cleaves, et aL,
from El Paso, appellees' motion to
dismiss the appeal. 'William R. Chaf
fin vs. Wa J. Lemp Brewing Co,
from El Paso, appellee's motion to af
firm on certificate. Joseph G. Knight,
et aL vs. James W. Oldham, et aL.
from Pecos, appellants' motion to
Motions for rehearing overruled
Houston Belt & Terminal By. Co. vs.
Joe K. Stephens, from Harris; South
west Texas Oil & Gas Co.. vs. M. F.
Boykin, from Terrell; tVestern Union
Telegraph Co. vs. Chihuahua Ex
change, from El Paso.
Affirmed J. H. Adams vs. A. Van
Mourick, from El Paso; H. T. Collier
et aL vs. AY. C. Welborn, from Reevea
Reversed and rendered Geo. M.
Holmes et ux. vs. IL V. Long, from
Reversed and remanded W. I
Hamilton, et aL vs. Wm. IL Swanson
Film Co, from El Paso.
That a woman rrn talk lonrer than fi
man is attribafMl to th fact that ah.
toies less force than a man does.
FOH LITE NUN
Will Honor Memory of Sis -
ter Who Died Fighting
Saturday morning at S:30 In St
Patrick's cathedral a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the re
pose of tbo soul of the late sister
Anne Henry, one of the popular mem
bers of the St. Joseph's academy
teaching staff whose death occurred
at the beginning of the recent epi
demic Sister Anne was beloved by
her students and all with whom she
met during her short stay in El Paso.
All the children of the parish were re
quested by Rev. Fr. G. G. Frund, rector
of the cathedral, to be present, as well
as all adults. The sisters from St.
Joseph s academy, some 25 in number.
are expected to be present In a body.
Memorial services son any.
Sunday afternoon the American
Catholics and their friends will assem
ble at Concordia cemetery at 2:30 x.
where, with the cathedral clergy,
assisted by the other Catholic clergy
of the city, memorial services will
take place. A procession of clergy,
altar boys and the laity will take
places. Tne graves win oe solemnly
blessed. Rev. Fr. Henry Swift, a J-
of SL Joseph's chapel, will deliver the
Holy Hour Thursday.
Thursday evening at 7:45 the usual
weekly 'holy hour" will take nlace
at the cathedral. It is to be an oc
casion for thanksgiring. Everybody,
regardless of beliefs, are invited to at
tend. Rev. Fr. Thomas Slavtn, S. J
will deliver the sermon and solemn
benediction, with the singing of the
"Star Spangled Banner," will close
ONLY ADULTS TO
Speaker at Courthouse To!
Discuss In Plain Words i
A mettles: f'-r adults only at which
Luther X. Thard, a war worker who
recently returned from France, will
discuss in plain English mistreatment
of prisoners and civilians In occupied
territory by the Germans, will be held
at Liberty hall at S oclock Thursday
night. The object will be to stimu
late Interest In the united war work
Mr. "Wlshard, who will arrive In
EJ Paso about 5:30 oclock Thursday,
has lived and traveled extensively in
many of the belligerent countries. He
has crossed the Caucasus, Persia,
Kurdistan and Asia Minor in the sad
dle. Years of intimate contact and
acquaintance with all classes of peo
ple in the nations at war peculiarly
fitted hira for making first hand
studies of conditions in the war zone
and for grasping the principles of the
Prussian plot for world domination.
He has had extensive experience
with soldiers and sailors with great
sanitary and relief enterprises. His
baptism of fire was with a division
Af PansiDan frnntic
of Canadian troops.
Grant County Gives
$150,0G0 Already to
Big War Work Fundi
i. rant county, Mexico, has al
ready subscribed $150,000 to the unit
ed war work fund and unless El Paso
wakes up. tnat county will surpass El
Paso in the end. according to a tele
KTam received bv J. I. Graham. El
Paso director, from S. J. Brient. di
rector ior .New Jiexleo, Thursday.
Maurice Schwartz announced that
Mexicans are responding patriotically
with $5 and $10 subscriptions here
and deserve commendation.
150 EL PASO WOMEN ARE
READY TO ACT AS NURSES
About 150 El Paso women trained to
do nursing work registered with the
county council of defence up to Thurs
day morning, when a report of the
census was sent to Red Cross head
quarters at St. Louis. Those regis
tered will form a kind of reserve, it
was said, and will be asked to enter
service ir needed by the government.
POSTPONE THURSDAY MEETING.
The war workers' fund camDalim
committee luncheon, which was to
have been neld at the Khelrinn hnt.l at
noon Tbnrsdav v nntnnnri until
noon Friday, on account of the Rotary
luncheon ajd the bad weather. It was
most earnestly urrred bv the commit
tee that tvery working" member of
every team bo present at the luncheon
Friday, when full reports of the work
none win oe maae.
Many Institutions Are
Remembered In Will Of
Late Mrs. Russell Saee
New Tork, Nov. 14. The will of
airs. Margaret Olivia Sage, who was
the widow of Russell Sage, has been
filed for probate, disposing of an
estate valued at-about 50.000.000.
Of this. 8,000.000 Is bequeathed to
ner orotner, Joseph siocum.
The bulk of the remainder of the
estate is divided among other rela
tives and a large camber of charit
able, educational and religious insti
tutions. Bequests to public Institutions are
both specific and residuary, some 60
being made in sums ranging from
$10,000 to 1129.000 and also in the
form of 52 equal parts of her residuary
estate, -rne largest specific girt to
any institution is $125,000 to the
association for the relief of respect
able aged Indigent females In thi3
To the Northfleld schools. Middle-!
bury college. Rutgers college. Syra
cuse university and Hamuton Institute
specific bequests of $100,000 each arei
left the same amount also bein? given ll
to the T. M. C. A. and the Y. Vf. C A.!l
in New York city.
In tne residuary legacies the larg
est goes to the Russell Sage founda
tion, which receives seven parts of
the residuary estate. Syracuse uni
versity is left two parts, as also are
the Metropolitan Museum of Art and
the American Museum of Natural
Among educational Institutions.
which are bequeathed vne part each,
are Yale. Princeton. Dartmouth. Am
herst, Williams, Barnard, Bryn Mawr,
vassar. smith and Wellesley.
Among other institutions, which
will share in the residuary estate, re
ceiving two parts each, are the board
of home missions of the Presbyterian
church, and women's board of foreign
missions of the Presbyterian church.
RECOVER CAR AT DEMIXG.
I. Bowden. proprietor of the Fort
Bliss auto stand, reported to the city
detective office last Tuesday that a
Hudson supersix car, bearing license
No. 150439. had been stolen, and after
a series of phone and wire calls Capt.
W. A. Simpson, of the city detectives,
Thursday received a telegram from
the chief of police at Deming. N ML.
tnat the car nad been recovered there.
HEW WET-DRY '
VOTE If GOME
' Judge Isaacks States Move-
sient May Be Started Soon
to Settle Liquor Question.
In case peace is really established
tetween Germany and the allies,
which will automatically Invalidate
the ten mile rone law. It is very likely
that an election will be called in cer
tain precincts, at least, on the wet and
dry question, according to judge S. J.
"It is very likely that a movement
will be started in the very near future j Precipitation being ill Inches below
for a local option election to be held normal at that time.
In precinct No. 1. at least, and possi- Up to 6 a, m. Thursday. Koswell re
bly five or six others." said Judge j ported .16; Abellne. 01: Santa Fe, U.
Isaacks. -If the old prohibition or-;M., .01: Amarillo reported rain Just
ganization does not take action on the t starting.
question, others wilL The public can "This rain looks good to me." said F.
feel assured that they will, at least. N. Hall, of Hall-Ioron company. "It Is
have an opportunity to determine the especially beneficial to spring weeds
question as to whether the, city will
be wet or dry, since the state dry
law has been declared unconstitu
tional and the 10 mile zone ruling is
"The only defence the saloon peo
ple had at the election held the first
or the year was that It would not be
just, or at least, it would subject
them to a big financial loss, to force
them out of business. Now that argu
ment has no weight, for they are al
ready out of business, and if any start
up oeiore tne election is neia tney
do so knowing full well that an elec
ueitHW mo nccuun uciu uiej-
tion is pending.
STATEWIDE PROHIBITION IS
TO BE DECIDED YEDNESDAY
Austin, Tex., Nov. 14. Motion for
rehear in it was submitted today on
oral argument by the state in the;
statewide promoition case in me court,
of criminal appeals. The first assist
ant attorney general presented oral
argument In support of the motion. A
decision on the motion is expected at
next Wednesday's session of the court
and in the event the motion for re
hearing is overruled a mandate will
be issued the following Friday
which will then finally dispose of the
MR 5 WEEKS;
Fraternities BeSlime SeS-j
sions Following Enforced
Vacations Due to "Flu."
Following enforced vacations of five
weeks on account of the Influenza
epidemic the several lodges of the
city resumed regular meetings this
n. p. o. e.
The local Elks met Tuesday night
in regular session and transacted rou
tine business matters, there being no
special functions on the program. Next
'Tuesday there will be initiation of
' 1 . i
several new members.
The TVoodmen of the World, lodge
Xo. 42, met Tuesday night, but noth
ing of unusual importance was before
the lodge. It had been nlanned to
have a social evening, including re
freshments, at this meeting, but ar
rangements xor same couia not De per
fected in time, so it was postponed
until the next meeting night, next
Tuesday. An unusually large attend
ance is expected at this meeting.
El Paso commandery, 18. Knights
Templar, will hold their first regular
business meeting since the influenza
epidemic Thursday at 7:30 p. in. at the
Masonic temple. There will be several
orders of the Red Cross and the Malta
cross conferred upon candidates.
A. F. and A. M.
A degree meeting of the EI Paso
lodge. 130. A. F. and A. M, was held
last Monday and Wednesday; another
will be held Frldny at 7:30 p. m., af
ter which the El Paso counciL 98.
Royal and Select Masters, will hold
Oasis chapter, 5. Rose Croix; Rio
Grande counciL 3. Knights of Kadosh,
and El Paso consistory. 3. will hold
their regular business meetings next
Monday, 8 m, at 314 1-2 Texas
street. The Fraternity lodge, 1111, A.
F. and A. M, will hold a meeting In
the same hall Friday, 8 p. xn.. for work
on the third degree.
The El Paso chapter, 4, Order of
Eastern Star, held their monthly meet-j
Ing at the above hall Wednesday
Hold Business Session.
EI Paso chapter 157. Royal Arch
Masons held their monthly business
meeting Wednesday night at Masonic
temple. El Maida temple. A. A. O.
M Jf. S-. will meet Friday at S p. m.
at Masonic temple.
Kntehts of Columbus.
The Kniehts of Columbus will meet
In regular session Thursday nlght the!
particular business at this time being! Ration by the department of Justice
the installation of officers who were' or crossing without the necessity
elected October 10. but who, on ac- passport.
count of the Influenza quarantine,!
were never inducted into office. ThelNflT lucnoucn nr Mini
Brann, grand knight: Harry Phoenix,
deputy grand knight; Leo Hartford,
chancelor: S. L. Torras. recording sec
retary: H. M Andreas, treasurer: J.
M. eXalon. advocate; George VUlars,
waruen; Lawrence wuns. Inside
guard: J. B. Good, outside euard: J.-R.
George Ryan, who recently was ap
pointed master in the fourth degree.
K. of C will set a date for the fourth
degree work In the local lodge. He
leaves on November 22 for a meeting
of masters of the fourth degree to be
neia at Ban Francisco.
1 Clitlnn Finn Who 1'
lUJlOn DOy VV nO
I A Z7 CL ll
PK -TE ROT E. LAXEY, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Laney, of CUf-
ton, ArlsL, now stationed at Camp .day. none of them influenra. There
Wood. Private Laney Is a noted Prt Thursday was: :0 patients dis-
i- . t-- . . , . charged, no deaths, and 503 cases re-
marksman, and has the reputation of malmns. of which 24 were influenza,
beins a Jolly young chap. x3 pneumonia and 336 others.
Precipitation Light, But
General; Cattlemen Wel
Thursday's rain was llsht. but gen
eral throughout New Mexico, north
west Texas and the Panhandle, but
had not yet reached San Antonio. ac
cording to the local weather bureau.
The precipitation for El Paso from 6
p. ra. Wednesday to C a. m Thursday
was .82 Inch: and from 6 a. m. to 11:20
Thursday was .02 Inch, accumulated
for coming as It does a comparatively
short while after the previous rain, it
will help considerably to keep the
moisture up in the ground."
3Icano Good AVlnter.
W". I. Amonett. secretary of the
Panhandle & Southwestern Stockmen's
association, said that while the
amonut of rain fallen up to Thursday
noon was not greatly effective, it
carried Indications of a crood winter.
He said: "It looks like a wet season
to me. proportionate to our usual pre
.i.u, inTI Th ..nt fm th
Panhandle region as to a hard winter
coming will possibly be changed by
this welcome turn of the weather. At
any rate, it does not affect this sec
tion, for our country Invariably is in
better condition than theirs."
Gen. de Leon Tenders Ser
vices of Musicians To
Geiu. Fernando da Leon, cilef of
staff of Gen. Francisco Murgnla,
vrho was on a hunting expedition in
the mountains, tendered tbe crack
regimental band of TO pieces of Mur
gnia's army to the Foreign club of
j Chihuahua last Tuesday for use In
the remarkable peace celebration held
in Chihuahua. The offer was grate
fully accepted and the band aided in
making, the celebration a most re
The band was in charge of director
Celso Gascon and rendered excellent
musie for the occasion, from time to
time playing the national anthems
oi tne victorious allies, every patri
otic selection inciting enthusiastic
The Foreign club of Chihuahua Is
composed of representative British,
French. Belgian. Italian and Ameri
can -citizens, temporarily residing in
that city, and all the members of the
elnb and others of the allied nations
celebrated Monday and Tuesday tbe
signing of the armistice, showing
their Joy and happiness over the vic
tory won and the near approach of
peace in the world.
Approval of Murgnla.
The act of Gen. de Leon, who had
the telegraphic approval of Gen. Mur
gula. In tendering this wonderful
band to the foreign residents of Chi
huahua for this celebration, was ap
preciated far beyond the bounds of
Chihuahua. It formed the subject of
appreciative comment among the citi
zens of tbe allied nations all over the
country, and will go far towards re
turning the era of good feeling be
tween the United States and Mexico,
which the better citizens of both sis
ter nations so earnestly desire and
confidently anticipate, it was said by
TRIED TO SELL GRENADES
IS CHARGE FOR AMERICAN
George Bourchardt, who claims to
be a resident of .Chicago. I1L. was ar
rested by the military authorities In
Juarez Wednesday afternoon and held
for Investigation on the charge of
attempting to sen grenades In that
city. Stephen Agulrre, American vice
consuL acting consul in the absence
of consul E. A. Dow. visited Bour
chardt in the Juarez military prison
Wednesday afternoon, and will look
out for him as an American citizen.
Bourchardt Is reported to have said
that he had crossed the line at Fabens
to work for a Mexican farmer whose
name he could not recall and that he
came to Juarez Tuesday afternoon,
bringing with him an automatic re
volver, which he had attempted to
sell, denying that he had tried to sell
any explosives other than the pistoL
He stated that he wanted to go back
to work for the farmer near Fabens.
MaJ. J. G. Tagle, chief of staff of
the Juarez military garrison, said he
would turn the man over to the
United states authorities, and It was
reportea ne win oe held for invest!
RULE AGAIN IN CHIHUAHUA
President Carranza has appointed
Ingeniero Andres Ortiz, a member of
the Mexican congress, governor of
Chihuahua to succeed Ignacio Enrl
quez. deposed by Gen. Francisco Mur
gula. according to reports in Juarez
Thursday, but the American consulate
stated that it had not been advised
of the reestabllshment of civil gov
ernment in that state.
MEXICANS DRIVE OVER
SIX COWS AND A CALF
Pr'd'o. Tex.. Nov. 14. Mexicans
crossed to the American side near
resiaio touay ana drov orf to the
UUU Si 1 L
?ilonE:insr to J. Armendariz. of this
place. The Mexicans were believed to
be soldiers of the OJinaga garrison.
Villa Is reported at Tres Laces,
within ten miles of the border, and Is
said to be ill..
BABE CRAWLS NEAR TRACK
AND IS KILLED BY TRAIN
Satford, Ariz, Nov. H. Robert, the
19 month old child of Leo Bingham, is
dead from a remarkable accident. The
babe had crawled about 500 feet
from its home to the side of the Ari
zona Eastern railroad track and there
was struck by some projection on a
car on a freight train that waj pass
in?. The back of tbe head was
cashed. An eight year old girl res- I
cuea ine baby but death occurred
wltbin a few hours.
NO NEW TU" CASES.
There were 21 new cases admitted
at the Fort Bliss base hosDltal Thnrs-
STOCKS GO UP;
Shares Reflect Conflicting
Elements Arising With
End of War.
New York. Nov. 14- Stocks reflected In
greater measure today tbe conflicting ele
ments, aristae from peace conditions. As
surances of trade tabulation were aeu
trallzed by indications of a continuance
of credit restrictions. Sales approximated
The closing was heavy.
Liberty bond closings: 35. 9t.86c: first!
convertible 4. 97.Sc; second 4s. .lec:
first convertible M-Sec; second 4m.
s'.Sftc; third 4, 97.SSc; Court h 4. 9c
Biuhwr Orders Lift Triers.
Buying orders in largo volume -lifted
prices considerably at the opening of to
days stock market. Demand evidently
resulted from mere authoritative assur
ances of an easy transition of twines
from war to peace eoadllto&fc. Katie,
shippings. oils, coppers and equip
ment shared almost equally in the ad
vance, which extended from 1 to ZV
points ,ln tbe first half hoar. United
States Steel was tbe only leader to make
little ap ward progress, holding within
fractional limits. French bonds were
strong at the record quotation of ltz.
Trading Lames Early.
Trading lapsed after the first hour on
today's stock market, but advances were
well maintained on confirmation of
earlier advices, indicating that the gov
ernment Is adopting systematic measures
to stabilize postwar tn.de. conditions.
United States Steel gained hi points
and otner issues or ice same class row
1 to t Oils were stronr. notably Mex
ican Petroleum and Royal Dutch and
Marine, preferred, reflected the probable
early consummaUDn of Its long pending
atmu 3d eta l inares were mgner.
N. Y. LISTED STOCKS
(By Associated Press).
New York. Nov. 14. FoltewlEff were
ciosLnr quotations at tne r7 YorK siocje
xchango for tb stocks mentioned:
American avgxr Xiz
A T. T WH
Anaconda Copper C9K
rhino Opper 414
C. F. I. 2H
Inspiration Comer -S
' Northern Padfle 1MH
t Reading H
i Southern Pacific
I Union pacific
U. S. Steel
MONEY AND METALS
By Associated Preaa.)
New York, Nor. It. Mercantile paper.
merlins day Mils. SL73UH commer
cial day bills on banks. M.73H: com
mercial to day bills. .?:: demand,
;i.7: cables. SI.7H-
Mexican pesos. 77HC
Tune- loans, strong", at percent
Call money, atronr: hlxn. : lew. 8:
ratine rate, (: closing bid, S; offered
at S: last loan. percent.
Lead Unchanged. Spot. I S.C0.
Spelter, quiet East St- Taenia dettrery,
spot. S.4 asked.
LONDON METALS MARKET.
London, Eng.. Nov. 14. Tn xotlewtns"
wero the quotations m the London met
als market today:
Tin Spot. SI Us: futnrei. 1377 Ha.
Spot cappers and furores. 1-2: electro
Spot copper. fi:3; electrolytic. 1137.
Lead. iJS 16s.
TlIE LOCAL MABEET.
Mexican bank notes, etate MBi. IQllc.
Mexican pesos, 71c.
Mexican sold. II. 5.
El raeo Smeltlnjr Qoetatlona.
Bar silver (Handy It Harmon quota'
tlon). ll.il u.
London lead. 23.
PIC lead. IS.0S-
Copper Tflre bars. 1-5.
B. g. DEPARTMENT OF AOB1CCLTCHE.
at 7 a. su 31th me
ridian tune. a. m.
El Faso time. Nov.
El Pass sad vi
cinity: Partly clou
dy with Bower
toalcht or Friday.
Now Mexico :
Partly etoudy with
tMv : cooler
partly cloudy and
West Texas: Tonight and Friday prob-
Relative humidity In EI Paso at noon
Thursday was St percent.
Precipitation last zt hoars tin.) I
State of weather i i
Lowest temp, last night.
Highest temp, yestdrl
Abilene St 70 St
Little Rock ..
Los Angele .
Salt Lake City
San Antonio .
71 (1 cloudy
tl S4 clear
GnmnarailTe T3 Pao PreelDitatlon.
Jan. 1 to Nov. 12, Inclusive. UH..12.M In.
Jsn. 1 to Nov. IX. lnrloetve. 11S.. .IX m.
Jan. 1 to Nov. It, ineiBsIre, lilt., t.ltla.
Jan. 1 to Nov. It. Inclusive. H17.. t.4S m.
Jan. 1 to Nov. 12. indasvle, 1511.. t.21 m.
Normal Jan. 1 to Nov. 15. inclusive, - to.
ItEPOItTS CAUSE SO AL.11U1.
The citv health offlee reported
Wednesday afternoon the number of
cases of Influenza Tuesday at IS and
of pneumonia, five. This week's re
ports showed some Increase, but
there seemed to be no alarm among;
health officials. All accounts show
that the Influenza is now In a much
milder form. It was said.
I Melcalf, Ariz., Bugler
R. AND MRS. ROBERT B. NAR
DEIXI. of Metcalf. Ariz, have
received word that their son, Louis E.
Nardelli. haa arrived safely overseas.
The younp soldier Is & bugler in the
13Sth Infantrv and was drafted and!
cent to Oamp Tux. N. J. He was em
ployed fcj i'11 Copper com
pany at V. n"i tvorke-i there
several v . , tnterins the
!i Now Oiler Seasi'.
Fresh Declines Result From
Order Eliminating Sub
stitutes For Wheat-
Cblaro. IIL. Not. 14. Fresh weakness
tn the corn market lesnlted today from
the official order, eliminating wheat imb
stitutea, Openinr prices, which ran red
from unchanged to ic up. with, Decem
ber at ;i.lfet?1.3' and January at 11.21
91.21H. wero followed by a material set
back all aroond.
Smallness of country offerings led
afterward to moderate ml He. Central
Illinois h askings rttnas wore Mid to b
dim.rx.ln tin r. Tho markot dosd unset-
tied. 02c net lower, with December
at SLlSHOLlSft and January at
Oaia Parallel Corn.
Oats paralleled corn. After opening un
changed to He lower, with December at
TtKe'lKc. tne marhot underwent a rsr-
Provisions weakened with grain and
Ssbseqscntly. packers baying brovght
about upturns In prices. Shipments uer
larger than a year ago.
Grains and Provisions
Chicago GraJn, Close.
Corn Dec 1.1H: Jan.. Sl.11.
Oats Dec 7ttc: Jan.. 7Hc
Chicago Provisions,, CIcte.
Pork Nor., ?5; Jan J 14.15.
Lard Nov., f2.t; Jaiu
Ribs Nov.. :.7t: Jan.. 5rt.T
Oilrarn Frodnce. Close.
Chicago. X1L, Nov. II. Batter, higher.
Bgn Receipts, 2171 cases. Market
unchanged. Firsts. SSSSfc; ordinary
firsts. &2 vSCc; at market, cases Included.
Potatoes Receipts. tS cars. Minne
sota and Dakota, balk, JLiel-T.; sacks.
L.7tl-ie: Wisconsin, duuc. iu.u.
Poultry Alive, higher. Fowls, II
21 c; springs. Ile: turkeys. Me.
KiPi City Produce, Cloe.
TTuau nt-r Ma. Xpy. 14. Butte;
Creamery. SSHe; firsts, SJfce; seconds.
Slfcc: packing. 33c
Poultry Hens, 21c; roosters. Z7c;
Egg Firsts, Zc; acconds, 45c
Cotton Fntnres. Close.
Sew Tork. Sm. It Ctton tut ores
closed ateiuly. December. January.
M.1S: March, :5-; May, 2i.1T; Jury,
rrhlm-n IJvrsloelc flow.
Cblcare. liL. Hoas Receipts. .0W-
Xarket steady to lc lower than yes
terdays aTerase. Llsht. 117.158I'-":
saektac M-S17-a; throwouts. tlltf
Cattle Hecotpt. It.- Beef andf
botehcT cattle, sirone to htcher: calves.
Mo higher: desf-ahfo atoclcers snd'feed-
... rnr.r.T- H f rsttl.. COOd. ChotCO
and orime. $15.7&&19.7; common and
prime. tt.SU.7I: batcher stock, cows
and heifers. J.JSH: canners and emitters-
SS.I3att.tS; stackers and feeders.
cood. choice and fancy. Jltf 12-59: tn
tmrtMr mmimb and medium. 17.59910:
Teal calTes, cood and choice. J1S-75W
17.se: western rang, beet eteers. 4M.2S
17.S4: cws and heifers, it.S0trl2.TS.
Shep nsrespts, t.t. Market cpen-
las- atrcac lee 10 lie higher.
Kansas City Lireslock. Close.
V.nmmm rftw lift. NliV. 1 1 HOT! Re-
eeiots. ',. Market strong. Heary. SIT
017.T; lights. ;i7rlT.: pigs, t"U
rattle rtmbits. ft. Market higher.
Prime steers. J17.JteiJ.S0; southern
steers. Sjeit; cows. 11911: heifers,
M.MsH2, atocKera, LSarlLS: ealres.
Sheep Receipts. Set. Market steady.
Lambs. S1LS1CS: yearttags. lt
1LS; wethars. SI.Stl ewes. US
Denrrr livestock. Close.
Denver. Colo.. Hoi. It Cattle Re
ceipts. St. Market Heady. 7eet steers,
tSl: cows and heifers. : etook
ers and feeders. STtKLS: carves. SJ01L
Hogs Receipts. U.tM. Market higher.
- .,- ... k..iv sicasaaiT-
Sbeep Receipts. H. Market rteady.
IbsTTli S1S: ewes. SS0l; leader
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
M.UIIOX A. SMITH.
The body of Marlon Albert Smith.
;8. a health seeker, who died at a lo
cal sanatorium November 12, was
shipped to La Follette. Tenn, Wed
nesday aitenuwn or - vww.
nany. A brother. R. L. Smith, accom
panied the body. Decedent had been
here only three weeks.
John J. Hewitt, sheriff of Eddy
county. NT. IL. passed through El Paso
Thursday on his way to Douglas,
Ariz, where he was called by the
death of bis brother, Henry, who was
killed by a horse last Monday.
MRS. 1-ORAIXE FATJLK.
Mrs. Loraine Faulk, U. died at a
local sanatorium Tuesday, and the
body will be shipped to Decatur.
MisA bv Peak Undertaking company.
Want Ad Rates.
One cent per word -for each Inser
tion. No advertisement counted as
less than ? wards. Three consecu
tive insertions 2 cents a word
By month 51-30 per line.
Bold face lines double price.
COVKR A GREAT FIELD WITH THESE
FIVE GREAT TEXAS 'EW3rAr.EKS
San Antanto Llsht.
Fort Worth. Str-Telrm.
Dallu Time Herald.
Bl Paso Herald.
Combined tuannteed circulation OTer
17S.M dally; Sunday. Combined
'classified rates. per word for Insertion
dailr. Sc per word Sunday. A word art-
tn ail flTe papers win cost Si.M tor one
week-day Insertion or JX-M for three In
sertions. InelodlBC one Svnday. Minimum
charce based on 2 words. All copy for
Sunday Insertions should be snbmUted by
aoon of the precediac Wednesday. Send or
brine year order witn. casn to uasstnea
Department of The Kl Paso Herald, and
yoar ad. will be placed to these papers.
Called taeeUasr of El Paso
lodge No. lit, A. T. & A. JU
Masonic Temple. November IS,
" oclock. p. m. "VVerk la Sec-
J. Ashley GtUotL IV. M.
EL MAIDA TE3IPLE
Regular svsstoa Friday,
S p. m- at Masealo Tem
ple. All Nobles requested
to be present. Visiting
W. IL. McCnttaoaB.
Lost znd Foxrsd
THE DOO was lost because he did net
wear a collar sold br Sheera-Laxenby Cw
A-OST Black silk shopping bag eentalnlmg
p.cture of sailor, two coin purse, on Sun
. t car Une. Reward. 10SS Upson Ave.
LOsT Book coDtalalng four War Sating
-lamps, name of Guv Smith. 117 B.I
Liouie-sara. wntteu m it.
repgrt to Rev.
H. IL Smith. Hncco
sF1RELL. CORSETS. Mrs. Miller. Ph. C3lt
MtU. CIIOLA Woman's Ex. Crochet and
tatting. Orders taken. lt$ N. Campbell.
Your credit Is O. K.
FOUT2-MOORE lt.TKX 1TURE CO.
SUrKKlXtOUS hair and males rmovd.
Electrolysis. Mrs. PenKiy 5 Buekler Bldg.
TWO light housekeeping rooms for rent.
lurni'nea. j-d 53jj
HIMER-I.ft us til! your needs In am
munition o huf a r--njjiie sappiy
lit tnai." your i.amn from
SHEERS 2L1KDWARE CO.
Fractional Losses Mainly
Eecovered; Market As a
After openinr; nn-nsnred. the markt
Crew stronser Thuifcay morning w.i 'i
ics Ins from a qnsrter to a point wti
Smelters Icsd.DT In the mining1 list, a -cordinc
to J. S. Corrlss & Co , Hotel She -don.
Anaconda opeced stesdy and rema'a',d
steady all mornins. Smelters evened a'
11 and made a high of V "h' ad
vanced from tl H to 22 . Imp Ira t ion
was off at tbo opalne tmt retained
practically all of tola. Kennecott c.d
at and . Ray Consolidated opened
under 24. Ralls wre about a point
strong-er but sold off later oft.
On the curb. Cnltt-d Eastsm was arata
active and higher at to Blx XiCdc
was off fractionally. Verde Extension
was still ti bid. hut stock was off- red
cheaper than Wednesday. Cnrt oils were
Latest afternoon j.rtces.
Curb Copper Stocks.
Arlxona Blngnaratia i I
Arkansas Sc. Arizona 5 9 2
Biff Ledfftt 1 a i's
Calumet Jerome HO
Consolidated Arizona ISO ls
Dundee Arlxona 2S-lt Its
Greta Monster 7-160 j
Hall Copper il & 55
Howe Sound 4 '.
Jerome Verdo f
Magma Chief H H
Porphyry S9 M
Tom Reed 150 & ISi
Arizona Saver Klnc Hf " 1
Magma 13 9 31
Miami Consolidated 1 &
New Cornelia 2?H&
Ray Hercules 5k 4
United Eastern 449
Superior ic Boston 49
Verde Extension IS & is1
Verde Combination 4 1
Gadsden 2 & 1-m
Grand Island 10 Q 14
Listed Copper Stocks.
American Smelting a Ref..
Galunet & Arizona S 9
Chile -2 4
Ray Consolidated 23 "
B. k O. i
c. it o. is
New Terk Central ........ l
Southern Paelfie 107
American; Car & Foundry.. C
American Locomcttres .... hi
Baldwin Iaocomottres ..... S4
Mexican Petroleum ....... 12
CURTAIN'S laundered. Phone TTC2W
llano tuned, repaired. Hrs. Ph.S5tU
TILE ONLY steam carpet cleaners. IxU JL
Acme Hat. & Feather Co. Ph. UTL
COMFORTS and Blankets.
KIO GRANDE JTCSMTCEE CO.
s'OUK mattresses renorated up: car
pets cleaned. Errln ills. Co. Ph. 111.
UAliUAUE LOCAL SUIPilEMS hanaled
TEX1CO THAX5TXE CO. PIL Ml-TC
WE CAN SAVE yoa money on cut flow
ers and plants. Valley Seed & Plant Co.
21 IS Texas St. Phone 1714.
A. liltia down ihe buyer pays.
A little every thirty days.
FOUTZ-MOOKE FCKXITTRE CO.
FUK SALE All claims to Juan Jnce Lu.: t
Laads. Address J. C TUerins. Box IT 3,
CHKbTMAS HAND WORK Let mo unt
your photozraph. prints, favorite pictures,
kodak views, etc. crrlnc them the effet '
of nature. Can and see samples of m
work, (tl X. Cebada. Ph. 7127W
NOTICE Clean ere, taBers, laundries, ef
fective December 1st. prices aa all Hoff
man Steam Clothes Preesins; Machines wi
advance S2S. Place your order w.in me
now. D. T. Sap del. State Ag-est. Fort,
IX) LL, HOSPITAL We repair and make
old dolls like sew. Character and a.
other style heads. Wlft, boots, siipr"-.
stocklnrs. underwear and sweater su-'s.
A full Une of toys, bossies. erc Ma
orders dven tiromnt attention. Doll Has-
pHol. ltlH Houston $U Ft, Worth. Tx.
PHONE 3673 El Paso Transfer Co. tsr
cage and moving; haulinr of all tersds.
HAULING, there Is nose too light or too
TEXICO TR.NSFEB CO, PH. 781.TS.
it)K SALE A good blacksnilth shop and
residence with or without tools, at a bar
gala. J. H. Glenn. Hess. Okla.
lUK KENT Largo uptodato store rooxn
with llvinr apartments ; good 1 ocatu-n .
fixtures and amaH grocery stock at in
voice. Phone 17SS.
FOR cwlLE Bakery store, atso ee- ng
canoy ana cigars, sasoune sxauon: coins
One business; no deliveries. Cood loca
tion. First class fixtures. One p :sos
can handle It- Price very Iiir. V r io
Bor 247X Globe. Ariz.
AGENT WANTED Auto mechanic, own
er of auto preferred; well lenown and a. -
qusimea is tne ercy io sen una insui
-THE AUTOMATIC WATER VAPOR
IZER," and carbon remover. Territory
El Paso and surrounding counties. Hand
some profit to hustler. Small capita, re
quired. Article seir-sciier witn money
back ruarantee. Call between 10-12 a &x
Room 39. Glenn Hotel, tit San Fraacirco
PALNTI G DONE IN ALL ITS
Br flrstdass workman.
Rooms calsomined. S4 and rp.
Owners and contractors take not lea Let
me give you a figure on your next job.
117 SL Ochoa St- Ph. 2.
Rooming Honsu For Sale and Rent
LOUISE APTSv 1UC Myrtle. Ph. SM2.
FURNITURE for sale and 10 room house
for rest, JM month. Gocd location, close
in. Rooms all rested. Ph. 754,
&EE VS tar rugs. Wo save you, from 2
to 48 percent.
RIO GRAXDE IXRNTTTRE CO.
JtOK SALE Well furnished roenvng
house at 231 E. Central Avenue. AJbo
quemue; 33 rooms centrally located.
y4y Mm 1 no4g. Albaqnerque. N. M.
Also receipts far partly paid bonds.
PACIFIC BOND CO.
Room 33 Caples Bldg.
El Paso, Texas.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT
Hlxhest prices paid.
J. S. CURTTSS CO Hotel Sheldoa.
Money to Loan
mIK e"it rates. confidenUal Quick, satisfactory
srvlce. Drake, Ml Roberts-Banner.
fEE for tar kind of a loan. Liberty
bonds bouxht. Eaul table Loan Assn.. W S.
Miller. Mgr. 315 Trust Bldg. 3rd fiocr.
MONEY TO LOAN
Money leased on d'amonda watches, lew
elry. and astomoblles. at the lowest rate
SECCRTTT LOAN CO.
Cor. Sst sntf.fit nd El Psjkjl Ph. J.
U N I Oh()LA BEL