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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, Nor. 10, 1919.
City Has a Chance to be
Headquarters For Work
on this District.
J. P. Fjtch, national field commis
sioner of the Boy Scouts, in charge of
th.a district, arrived in EI Paso last
i ight from Columbus, Ohio, where,
-til recently, he was a scout execu-
Mr. Fitch said he would be here for
seera days, ate- whicn he is to at
tend in New York a conference of
field managers to last about three
-ay. At the conclusion of the New
ork meeting", the commissioner ex
pects to return to this city, then to
'iett-rmine upon which point In his
restrict he will decide for headquar
terc hile noncommittal Just yet as to
1 ovr El Paso looms in his estimation
as the point from which to direct his
work. Mr. Fitch speaks highly about
hat has been accomplished here
about among Boy Scouts.
" I feel." he said, 'that the district
will h a. e to be developed so that
hero will be a permanent field repre
sentatn e placed here to organ fie
cunr-ls, to give cooperation to the
troou and councils already organized
,n West Texas. Arizona and New
M-'ipo and I am satisfied that we
wi1! be able to work such a program
.Tjst now, Mr. Fitch Is not here for
am detailed inspections hut his work
is rather in the nature of cooperative
pjpervision. He has been in the
."-cout service Pince November, 1909.
lie has held asrslenments as camp di
rector. Chiapo. HI ; sr-out executive,
1 "nnston, 1,1, and Columbus, Ohio.
1 "- the taFt GO days he conducted
rcut executive camps at Chattanoo--.v,
T'-n-. . and Fenton, Mich.
Tjesday. November 11th. being
,ni s;ice Dar. ail banks of the city
v .il be closed.
Kt rno Clearing; Home A'n.
A child should not look pale,
thin or worn. Such condition
denotes malnutrition. To
keep up growth and robust
ness a child needs a plenitude j
of food rich in vitamins. "
abundant lit growth-promoting ' Davie said some time before Deeem
nroDerties. is an ideal snnnlA. 1 ber 1 the rates will he fixed. The
mental food that could well be
a part of the diet of every
growing child. .
Children always do vrell
on Scott's Krnulaion.
WE USE ONLY ONE NAME
the one we started with.
Ill's Xorth Ortn Street is an office
bui'dioe with other brokers In it be--id-9
ourselves. Yon will find vs in
the two front offices, Xoa. 1 and 2, fac
ing on Oregon Street. We emploj no
ir.n to solicit in front of our offices.
You can come in and we will Tiv yon
any information ' we can, trot yon will
not be aeI to buy.
Southwest lovefttoeat Ceapaay
T. E. LANE, Mrr.
Licened Broker. Member El Paso
HIS N". O-son SU SI Paso, Texas.
IF YOUR KIDNEYS
OR BLADDER ARE
If you have burning sensations, mu
cous discharges, pains in back,
scanty or frequent urine, feel restless.
cannot sleep, feel depressed in spirits,
take at once
sc.fr.t.fic remedy that found its
crigm m the prescription remedy of
a physician. Tou have no time to
delay treatment. Begin at once, for
Tith chronic kidney or bladder trouble
jou suffer for life. These capsules are
thoroughly dependable and are -very
effect, le for men in the cure of catar
rhal conditions of the urinary organs.
Irft them at your druggisfs and if you
are r.ct perfectly satisfied after tak
ing a box. tell him so and he will re
fund you the 11.25 you paid. That Is
our guarantee. If he hasn't them!
write us Hinkle Capsule Co.. Incor
porated. Mayfield, Ky. Adv.
At the Feet of Mt. Franklin
Caelee Lou Kow Selling for
$150 and $125
Pay enly $10 tmi an tfeea fft
per aents ea eaefc lot.
No Interest 3ff Taxes
lb til Deed ts BettYcreA.
BFT EL PASO REAL ESTATE
NOW and share in the prosper
ity the city will enfay vcaen oil
ts t onnd.
Selling A seats
306 Mesa Ave, Efi Paio, Texas.
Boy Scouts Will
Be Given Medals
Gen. Howze Will Present
Medals on Behalf of the
The Victory loan medals and the
various ranks of scouting will be
awarded to a number of El Paso
Scouts at S oclock this evening in
Jndge W. D. Howe's court room at
the monthly session -f the court of
honor. Eaele scout David 1L Rob
erts will be awarded x gold medal by
H. M. Andreas, for being the first
scout to attain that rank in EI Paso.
Those who will be awarded medals
by Gen R. I Howze in behalf of the
treasury department are: Walton
Berkshire, James P. Turner. Mertz
Haden, Bert THlotson. Norman Fer
guson, Jack Camp, Jay Tipton, Al
bert Ousts, Cameron Wells. Karl Wy
ler. Andrew Paquet, Maurice Sackett
Tom Mariner, Frank Clayton. Fred
Whitlock, Wilson Bsterly, Joe Krause,
Billy Clayton, Barton Hutch ins, De
Witt Smith, Will la Bulger, Frank
Stansel, Jack P. Kennedy, Robin
Haile. Tom Hansen. Albert Timm and
Thirty-five scouts, in addition to
those who will receive medals, nave
registered at the court of honor as
applicants for promotion in scout
rank in all grades tenderfoot, sec
ond class, first class and merit
badges. . .
Rev. Fuller Swift, chairman, and J.
r. SegalU W. & Clayton ana Howaro
Taylor compose tne memoers ox uw
court of honor.
J. R. Fitch, national field scout com
missioner for this district, which Is
the same as the federal reserve dis
trict with fceadauarters at Dallas,
Texas, is in the city looking over the
scout situation here and will be the
guest of the court of honor this eve
Council Will Fix Tri-State
Co. Telephone Rates
I Before Dec. 1.
J The mayor and council closed at
! coon Monday the exhaustive hearing
j on the matter of telephone tolls for
j the Tri-State Telephone company in
h jMtir nf Rl Paim and mayor Charles
present rates of $7.50 for business
phones and for residences as
iixed May 1 last by the federal cov
sftunent will remain n loroe until
At toe .Monday morning aesston ox
the hearing wuich haa commenced
ast xnursuay poauzuusier rj. a, aim
lob and V yait Kvans spoke -to favor
of the company's retaining the pres
ent rates, all that it asaa tor, and
uoih of team commended the service,
'lhe company was represented at this
morning s session by attorney A. H.
Cuiweu. Fonder S. Carter tendered
the council the use of a stenographic
copy of the proceedings ol the near-
xhe result of toe testmony as given
by citzena snowed tnat a large .ma
jority of citizens wno spoke before
khe council lav ored allowing the
company to retain the present, rates
ana apparently most of them taougrnt
Lhe service was fairly xood under all
me conoitions of labor, ibe increased
cost of lbor and materials was ap-
pieciatea ll the speaKers admitted.
Both mayor Charles Oavia and city
tax assessor W. p. B. McSain said
company would be asked to come be
fore the council sitting as a board of
equalization ana show cause why its
assessment ,for the year should
not be raised in view of tne snow
ing maae by tae company ttseif in
a-iving the value of Its property as
a basis for rate making. In round
numbers the company placed a valua
tion of its property in the dty of El
Paso of $1,600,096 including ?I0J.m
for "the cost of establishing the busi
ness," as it was termed This year's
assessment in round numbers is $480,
80. which Is (0 per cent of the actual
valuation, the rule for assessing to
EL PASO CRACKER MAN
WIRES IN SALE CONTEST
Fred Warner, representing the
Iferchants" Biscuit company, ft Den
ver, was awarded first prise of $100
for making the largest increase in
sales of crackers daring the past
He increased his sales 8.90 per cent
over the month previous and hie
closest competitor was R. O. Kim
sey. covering the northern Colorado
territory, who increased his business
only 1.47 per cent over the previous
Mr. Warner says he believes the
firm will erect a factory in El Paso
as soon as the Mexican trade opens
up, as that trade, with the south
western trade the company is al
ready doing; would warrant such a
BUYING AVIATION FIELDS
Washington. D. C Nov. M. Toe
subcommittee of the house military
affairs committee, which has returned.
after a tour of the Texas aviation
fields and army camps, has recom
mended that the government pur
chase Kelly. Brooks and Ellington
fields, in conformity with the deele
of the war department. Senator
Morris Shepard is a member of a
similar subcommittee of the senate
military affairs committee, which
also recommended the purchase.
rnis almost maaes it certain tnat
the government will buy the fields.
Xothtnjr to "Worry About.
When von are koIsk oa a trin. there
are enough things to bother you with
out being worried about your bag
gage. If you will telephone 2So0 and
tell us what train you are leaving on.
you need have no further worry about
The Clnr Service Co. TrL asoo.
Autos, Texls, Baggage, Moving. Adv.
To Hotels. Restaurants. Boardlna-
Placee and Private Consumers: In a
few days I will have a carload of
canned tomatoes from the Pecos
Valley, solid hand pacled. The best
In the world. I will sell to anyone
woo wm guy a case or more at fac
tory price, plus cost of delivery. Hold
our orders until you see these goods.
S. G. Humphreys,
Adv. Hotel Paso del Norte."
Catch These Snappy Students
With a kodak. Some big football
games ahead. Be prepared when thev
, come to get some good kodak pictures.
I Kodaks, supplies We develop films
1 at reasonable prices. Work eorrectlv
1 and promptly done.
Smith's Photo Shop.
Scott White DrUT Str.r-e M'uls Bldg. i
Misuse of Mails Charged to
"Motor, Tire and Broker
age Co. Officials,
Santa Fe. N. J,. Nov. 10. Indict
ments have been found in the United
States district court for New Mexlct
against oflcials of the CanonbaE
Motor company and the C A. Rober
son Brokerage company, of Texlco.
X. 1L. cnarglne them with uslnsc the
mails to defraud, according to infor
mation given out by assistant United
States district attorney J. O. Seth
here Saturday. Defendants now
under bond Include C A. Roberson.
T.Cm flMl innt fur ttn. r-nm-
inH.. i r u.nhii.
Farweil. Tex, president; j. EL Milne
and E. A. KanaaiL DanKers or foeDio.
Colo, and several residents of West
. The brokerage company was said
to have been organised to sell stock
in the other concerns. Mr. Seth said it
was estimated that the company got
nearly $400,000 from stock buyers In
New Mexico. Colorado and Texas, the
greater part of which fas paid out
GEORGE TH0RNE SENTENCED
TO SERVE A YEAR IN JAIL
George Thome was found grfllty
of theft Monday in jjudge Ed. B. Mo
Clintock's court and sentenced to
serve one year in jalL Thorne is ac
cused of having stolen clothing from
a guest at a hotel.
First Reception to Repre
sentative of Central Pow
ers Since War.
Rome, Italy, Nov. 10. For the first
time since the declaration of the
world war, the pope today officially
received In private audience a repre
sentative of the central powers, baron
Jobana von Gerbastt, secretary of the
Bavarian legation, who has arrived to
prepare for the return "of the Bavari
TO CONTINUE RED CROSS
DRIVE THROUGH TUESDAY
At a meeting of the team captains
and workers at the Ked Cross shop
Monday, it was decided to continue
the membership Red Cross roll call
through Monday and Tuesday.
Reports reaching: El Paso head
quarters indicate that Houston and
other cities are going: over the top
in their membership campaign and as
tne ki iaso quota ss suu snort. The
Iworkera here are not willing to allow
it tl ko below the usual El Paso
standard. There will be numerous
teams on the street during the day
Tuesday and at the various patriotic
meetings, including the celebration at
Liberty hall Tuesday evening. .
New Postoffice Open For Business;
Old One Is A' Historic Structure
A lib departments of El Paso's new
postoffice were open for business
Monday morning; While removal to
the new structure was practically
completed Saturday night the general
delivery and other departmental win
dows opened for their first time Mon
day morning. Practically all persons
who maintained postal boxes In- the
old building had obtained keys to
newly assigned boxes in the new
building and mall was issued at the
postal boxes Sunday without Inter
ruption. Some inconveniences were
experienced as a result of the move
but postmaster E. A. SHelton said
Monday that he was highly pleased
with the successful manner in which
the transfer had been conducted.
Practically the entire lower floor
of the new building is given over to
the various postal departments, such
as parcel post, registered mall and
special delivery mail, together with
postal savings department and va
rious other windows. The office of
postmaster Sbelton and the assistant
postmaster and cashier are also lo
cated on the lower floor. Postmaster
Shelton's office Is located Just to the
right of lobby entrance while the of
fice of the assistant postmaster and
cashier is located Just across the lobby
to the left of the main entrance.
The second floor df the new bulld-
I ALHAMBRA I
IN A DEAMATIC MASTERPIECE
THIS PRODUCTION IS THE ONE IN
WHICH THE YOUNGEST TALMADGE
NATALIE TAKES PART.
Again On Trial
In ElPaso Court
Jury Is Being Selected Be
fore Judge Howe of the
34th District Court.
Selection of a jury for the trial of
IL F. Robertson, charged with man
slaughter In connection with the
death of Foots Boykln at Sierra
Blanca four years ago, began before
Judge W. D. Howe In the 34th district
court this afternoon. Host of the
morning was given to discussion of
various motions on the part of the de
fence. A motion on the part of the
efence for a change of venue was
overruled by Judge Howe.
Robertson is alleged to have killed
Foote Boykln following a dispute
over some cattle. The case has been
in the courts for several years and is
one of the most noted criminal cases
in the history of EI Paso county. Rob
ertson received a 20 year prison sen
tence following his first conviction.
He was later granted a new trial,
but found guilty of manslaughter only
nd eiven a five vear prison sen
tence. The ease was carried to the
court of criminal appeals where the
findings of the lower court were
sustained. A new hearing, however,
was iater granted and the higher
court set aside the Judgment of the
lower court and granted a new trial
AUTO HIT By
Fatal Accident at Santa Fe
Crossing Near Kennedy,.
N. M.; 2 Injured.
Aubuquerque. N. M-, Nov. 1. San
ta Fe passenger train No. 1 struck
an automobile at a crossing near Ken
nedy, N. M-. today, killing a man. a
baby and injuring two other occupants
of the automobile. The dead are: Ho
Jose Gonzales, cattleman; Torreslou
Pena, one month old.
The injured are: Mias B. Pad la, frac
tured skull, probably will die; Au
gustlne Padia, internal injuries.
The injured were brought to a hos
pital here. All lived at Galisteo,
PIU, BI. TASO COURTS
Divorce proceedings continue to
constitute a large percent of eai
filed in the El Paso district courts,
according toCH McKinney. district
clerk. Sixty perceift of all civil cases
filed during the present year have
bee1 divorce proceedings, the court
records show. Of this number the
wife haa been plaintiff In the ma
joritv of cases. Cruel treatment and
non support are the most common
grounds for divorce.
ing forniahes office room for the ran
way mall clerks and also office space
for the postoffice inspector. A large
rest room for postal employes Is also
located upon the second floor together
with shower bath equipments and
The old postoffice building will con
tinue to be used by various federal
officials. It Is understood that sev
eral federal officials now maintain
ing offices in various parts of the city
will move into th lower floor of the
federal bnildlng vacated bv the postal
The old postoffice building is one of
the historic structures of Ei Paso Ac
cording to records furnished by for
mer postmaster J. A. Smith the build
ing was first occupied as a postoffice
on October 1. 1892. Mr. Smith was at
that time postmaster and remained in
office until 1894. The following
postmasters have held office since the
expiration of Mr. Smith's terms: John
Julian, four years; Robert Campbell,
four years; T. B. Olshausen. shortb
more than three years. J. A Smith
held office as acting postmaster from
1900 to 1907 and served as a regular
ly appointed postmaster from 1907 to
191S. E A. Sbelton became post
master In 1915.
Postmaster Sbelton said Monday
that 110 postal employes are nofr em
ployed In El Paso. This number in
cludes postal clerks In the main of
fice, carriers, special messengers and
employes stationed at the Fort Bliss
and Five Points sub-stations.
T HIBH SCHOOL
Maj. Gimperling and Col.
Place, Inspector, Guests
During the assembly period at the
high school Monday mornjpg, CoL
Thomas N. Gimperling, retiring cadet
commandant, addressed the students
on bis experiences in France with the
American Expeditionary forces and
told of the effect of the armistice,
as be saw it, upon the soldiers in the
trenches and the peasants of Belgium
Another speaker of the morning.
CoL Olney place. Inspector for Texas.
Oklahoma, Louisiana and Alabama, !
with headquarters at Austin, toM of!
his delight in being in El Paso be
cause of bts previous visit seveB
years ago, and the opportunity this
visit gives him of renewing his for
mer acquaintances. He was in Mex
ico with the pnnitive expedition tin
der Gen. Pershing and upon coming
out of Mexico he was stationed in El
Paso for some time. He said that
of all the high schools he had visited
in the four states in his territory,
none was more beautiful than the El
Paso high school. He is here to in
spect tne cadet corps.
George Daland led the students in
singing "America" and "The Star
The Girts Glee club held a re
hearsal during the third period Mon
day of the program it is arranging
for Wednesday. The girls were dis
missed from their regular third period
classes to give them the opportunity
of attending the rehearsal. It has
been arranged by the girls to have
six or more cadets police the lobby
and assembly before the program.
LEAD OF OHIO
Fate of Federal Amend
ment More Uncertain;
Pros Lead by Only 45.
Columbus, 0 Iov. S Fate of the
federal prohibition amendment was
made more uncertain today as addi
tional official reports were tabulated
at the office of the secretary of state.
The official returns from 85 of the SS
counties tabulated at noon gave the
d'rys a lead of only 45 votes in favor
of the amendment.
PRESIDING ELDER WILL SPEAK
AT HIGHLAND PARK METHODIST
Rev. C K. CamDbell. nresidins: elder
01 tne i-.i r-aso district, win preaen at
7:30 oclock this evening at the revi
val at the highland Park Methodist
church. Federal and Dakota streets.
Pastors of the various Methodist
churches are assfstlnr Rev. W. K.
Huggett in conducting the revival.
Rev. J. J. Golden, pastor of the East
El Paso Methodist church, will speak
Mr. Hnzsreti ttava the revival so far
has been a big success and persons are
Joining the Highland Park Sunday
school and the church every day.
AERIAL POSTAI, SERVICE
SOON TO BE EXTENDED
Washington. D. ("! Nov. 10. Exten
sion of the New Tork-Chleasro daily
aerial postal service to Omaha. Neb,
by December IS nd the placing in
service within a week on the New
York -Chicago -route of new twin mo
tor mall machines capable of carrying
lave pounds or eo.ovo letters tne av
&1aB?JSI accumulation of maU in
New York for Chicago were among
tne Improvements of the aerial ser
vice Just announced by assistant post
master general Praeger. It has been
announced that the service soon may
be extended to San Francisco
in JHerij HopvDoods
Ihe funniest farce efer
VSrittetu Aplau vtiih a
Directed by Hennj Otto.
MaxuJdL Karyer, iWw
SEE IT AT
LV.f W-Wk lOn
m 1 ,uh ,bst
The Aristocrat of Films'
A daring story of a wo-
mans wit against a
KATY DEPOT AT STAMFORD
TO REOPEN OH NOV.. IS
Stamford. Texas, Nov. 10. Prepar
ations are being made for the re
opening of the M. K. T. freight
depot here on November 15. Cmrpea
ters are at work on the building
and will have the building ready at
that time. The warehouse force was
kept busy last Sunday unloading
local and transfer freight.
Both M. K. T. and Wichita valley
railroads have placed switch engines
here and the shipping problem has
been improved to a considerable ex
An express depot has been asked of
the American Railway Express com
pany, and the proposition' has been
put up to the railroads by off'ciaU
of the express company, but nothing
definite has been done relative to
the building of the depot.
DEPUTY SHERIFF LAINE
ACQUITTED AT TOMBSTONE
Tombstone. Ariz- Nov. 10 Otto
Lalne. a deputy sheriff, was acquitted
! by a Jury here today after trial on
charge of assault with attempt to kill.
Lame severly wounded Tony Rimac
when Rlmac resisted arrest and at
our delicious Pink, White and
COCOAXET CREAM BARS,
TOc the H Pound.
Elite Confectionery Co.
! J rfijt'fM for the first tinte in her career the h I
I 1 triLii backed by a super-ptoductxm tbat Q
It is tremendous iklfffffWi ... . I
Big in story-stars and pre- ffi tbWt 1
I mmm i
li:3oi2:30 Ellanay 1
45:307:00 V::-:?-v. r:&r . 1
8:30 asd 10 i2i.V-' rnces I
Paris asain Is "say Paree" and
tay Paree- la In "L'Apaehe"!
Qf- o! For the tint biac m her career GER- 1
VVMf ALDINE FARRAR appear; with I
tacked the officer. Rimac refused
Itestfy against Lalne.
SIGNS WITH CXION.
Officials of EI Paso Typographical
Ualon No 370. have announced that
the McMath Printing company has
signed a contract with the union.
Sale Srvivor of Half
MSm Garb Thrown 1st a
Dac't Mks Tku Last Cbaoce
Fast Sfcew 7:00 P. M.
ChSdrea 16c Adults 29c.
Iackding War Tax
from 1 to II
p. m. Mats
lie and Me.
Bve, lie aad
"PARK TOUR CARES"
AT THE THEATER
IN A CLASS BY ITS ELK
MACK SEKNETTS NBWK5T
"Daaee of the Seven Veils'
By eat ef the Sennett Bath
ing Beauties hoy I
"A Dream of !
Shewing the sinking of the
V. S. S. "Congress" and
"CamfcerMBd" By the Con
federate Ironclad "Merrl.
mae" la Hampton Roads
Barter. Staged by
LOriS P. KLEIN,
Blelto Technical Director.
Rtaho CsBcert OrcAira
Direction Edgar L. Femerey.
And All Week!
Prleesstw, sx, xl.Be.
Plus War Tax
Seat Sale Thursday Noon.
Bont forset fiat you can
A Cain tenlsht at taa
to meatc bj
and also hear
Sins all your favorite son;
And remember it's
Toftigat aai Ethj Nigat
S ' NEW
I Empress Theatre
I Formerly Xalestle
S LITE A 1VBIGHT
K. A O. GAMBOLD
I M STANLEY A STAN LET
-S Feature Picture
J STAINLESS BARRIER"
I Mafiaec Toaorrow, 2:30
I 2e To AIL
f NIGHTS g to WJB p. M.