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FX PASO HERALD
Fort to Fort Highway As
sociation Meets at Dal
Dalhart, Tex, Nov. 12 With 75 per
cent cf the counties of Kansas. Okla
homa, Texas and New Mexico, through
hich the proposed fort to fort mili
tary highway is to pass represented
;r delegaiee. the Fort to Fort Higb
v ay association opened Its second of
ficial convention here today. C W
Oswald. of Hutchinson, was reelected
president: Fred H. Quincy. of Sallna.
Ice president, and H. St. Maernder.
' Liberal, eecretarv-treasurer.
n order to stimulate attendance lnjfendants had pleaded .polity, some of
the conveiitions of the association. It tn- haTtas chansed their pleas to
v as decided to divide the route of the i ,. ,,, .y..
nroposed highway Into two divisions ; sunty during the trial
from Teahoma. Okla, northwest and Sentencing of the nun convicted
southward, gcsoiutions adopted en- W1 not take place for possibly ten
Victims Lured to Muncie,
lad., Persuaded to Bet
on Fake, Is Charge.
Indianapolis. Ind, Nor. 11. Seven
alleged swindlers. Including mayor
Rollin H. Bunch, of Moacie, lnd and
prosecuting attorney Horace G. Mur
phy, of Delaware county, were found
guilty In federal couft Tuesday ot
conspiring to use the mails to de
The seven men were part of a
group of 24 indicted In connection
with the Muncie case, which involved
more than 2d alleged swindle cases -
and a total of J158.000. All other de-
TO OPEN SOON
Will be Conducted During
Fall Festival For Rescue
W. K. Havls has arrived In El Paso
ahead of the Wortham Shows, which
are to appear here two weeks, be
ginning Nov 2. first at the corner
of West . Overland and Ourango
streets and later for a week at the
Says Dallas Man
Japan Also Fosters No 111,
Feeling Toward U. S. ;
Dallas. Texas, Nov. 12. The senti
ment of China toward America is
most friendly, although Chinese feel
that the I'm ted States at the Paris
peace conference should have stood
"more consistently by those princi-
Daughter Of Viscount
I Will Get Fortune
jorsed the proposal of tl.e fort to fort
'rnnay ana petitionea tne national
', press to act. in conformity with the
oso'nt.ons of endorsement as passed
v th recent stat legislatures of
Kansas. Oklahoma, Texas and New
Mexico. Convention coomltt
ramed as follows: Const 'tatioa and
bylaws, J. W. Hug-hes, Guymon; C 8b
Vfi'Ver. r2lhart, and V. S. Deyer. To-
rum car: . nom'nations. J w corn, tit
cumcar: C H. McCaustland. Bu kiln;
Tranli Vincent, HutcMi.son. audit. A.
McFarland, l.oan: W H Halt Gay-
i. on Joe Fuese, Liberal; resolutions,
O Greerc, Narav sa, N. M.; W. K.
CatKrisbt, GoodwelL Okla.; O. E.
Ronecutter. Pratt: DUbUcft.. C Leaa-
urre. Hutchinson: C. U Walker, Dai-
1 art, Silen Miller, Guymon; S. M
v '.-or. TucumcaxL
was stated. The maximum
J10.000 fine, two years"
annearance was a bla event, attended ! economic boycott in China of
Seven Found GbJHt.
Besides mayor Bnnch and
tor Murphy, those found gnl
turner ueatrv. unauncev
and Edward Quirk, city detective of
Krncie: cogar u. suer, or inaiaaap
olis, and Sara Hetsler. of Toledo. O.
Those who pleaded guilty included
James Whitney, Dos Moines. la. and
William M. Collens. Byers. Colo.
The defendants were charged with
having lured prospective victims to
uncle en the pretext of sellrac them
'and at low prices and then persuad
ing them to bet on fake prise- fights.
ruring these boots, accordine to tes
timony, one of the boxers apparently
would be Injured and the victims
would be warned to leave town at
onre to prevent their connection
with the fijrtit being learned by the
police. In each case the money bet
on the flrht was that originally In
tended for use In the purchase of
The alleged swindlers, several of
whom testified that thev received
protection rrom mayor rroneh. prose
cutor Murphy and notice officers.
were arrested bv federal agents after
operand a year in is unne. it
declared by testimony-
corner of Myrtle avenue and Piedras plea so strongly espoused by this
street Be Is planning the queen con- country In the past," according to '
test for the festival. It. L. Camp, of Dallas, who recently!
The contest last SDrlna- was a Mr returned from a two months' studvt
Success and aroused a .great deal or of conditions in the far east. Mr
interest an over ine coy. some ot camp was a member of a party of
tho-e who were ta the contest at t.. at n ,, v ,. ,
i.r-e ill ie entrants this time. It is Dallas businessmen making the trip,
understood "In the developments arising after
Then lontest will open about Sat- the socalled tieaty between China
urday of lata week and anil ran until and Japan during the war and In the
eli along towards the doss of ihe ciimax thIt was reached by the
Ieii!vatj . . ... 'shantung incident," Mr. Camp said.
.notrrte1 SuSm.-S'lJSZSSi ,n unfriendliness that ha. existed
superior In the class and number of I ,ho , rh,.
snrln whan the. im. h. I'l s "" sironK aisilKC 11
I They have lust been showing at Waco no.VP?atr, ;
imnrlRnnmpiit r hnth fin nnri Ira- , . i n . - . t. i . . 'on? on
Drisonment. nrit ., i Japan srw into
under the auspices of the Shnners j "Th? ,eei;n of ch""- "ward Japan
by society every night during the! things Japanese. China Is living up
circus I to tnis ooycoot raitnruiry In every
Thews has never been an organlza- detail. On the other hand. America
tk.n in El Paso which gave more gen-! i comman'llng its share of the China
era! satisfaction than the Wortham trade. If rot getting more than its
shows when they appeared here last !share. and American goods are
spring for the benefit of the Rescue
Home They made such an Impres
sion on county lodge -B. B. McClin
tock, mayor Chan Davie. Judge Cues.
Pollock and Lee H. Orndorff and other
members of the Rescue Home ad
visory board that it was deeded to
sign the organisation for twice a
year and to bring no other organisa
tions of the kind to El Paso Bnder
the Home a auspices.
The money to be raised during the;
Festival Is to be t:ten
Dtaeonlewt !a Japan.
"In Japsn I ws struck by the pre
valllnv spirit of unrest among the
'aborln c1js. One strike had lust
been conMued: it was. I think, the
tirst striKe m Japan. The discontent
seamed to be d"e largely to the high
t-i cf He Reasons given for the
high price of rice were the feeding
of a iar-e armv in Siberia, a short
iron, exportation and some prof-
"While 1n Japan T was treatM with
THIMDAIl'S PITCH LAKE,
At the sides of the famona Ditch
lake of Trinidad the nltek Is hard and
cold, but at toe center It Is almost
constantly bolltne. ATI efforts to
ascertain the denth of the lake have
"California Syrup of Figs5
For a Child's Liver ami Bowels
Mother! Say "California," then you wffl
get genuine "California Syrup ot Figs." Full
directions for babies and children of all ages
wbo are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue
coated, or fan of cold, are plainly prated on
the bottle. Children love this deScious laxative.
used in building sad equipping
Th. -.m rnn,i.h ihj ,n nrmost ro'irtfsv and consideration
teachers if the Home can furnish the na J ?'T!7, 'Tit
hnllrilnn. "Ph. Kn.nl honrtt mnr.K " every occirtin. I do rot b!levn
of lots adjoining the Rescue Hone
this year, upon which there Is a house
that was partly destroyed by lire
This building can be rebuilt at small
cost and, with an addition, will -afford
an excellent school for the chil
dren. It Is hoped to secure enough
money by the Fall Festival to put the
building In shape as a school house
for the children, and to serve also ss
an auditorium for their parties and
Rush That Order To-day
s t Midwest Inv. Co.
!' Meenaed Brokers
i 1 - 1. B. O'HeUKKK. M(rr.
El Pass, Texas
T DIIVS THS! THING"
HOMER UNION AND
There has come into my hands specific informa
tion that is positively vital to stockholders in this
HOMER UNION PETROLEUM and OCEAN
Drop a card today with your name and ad
W. BERNAED McDESMOTT,
Box 597, El Paso, Texas.
and information that means dollars in your pock
et will be sent you. DELAY IS DANGEROUS,
For 2d Time Fire Fails To
Destroy Famed Arcade
Providence. R. I.. Nov. 12. Again
fire has failed to destroy the Arcade,
one of the architect aral wonders of
In December, ilea, fire attacked the
western half of the great structure.
And new fire has swept through the
basement, doing 1206.044 worth of
Few or the busy snappers tnat en
ter the Arcade from Westminster or
Weyboselt streets know that this
piece ot handiwork when It was dedi
cates in the middle of the last cen
tury aras considered one of the seven
architectural wonders of the United
States. The Arcade mm built In the
form of an Tonic tesnnte and Its Dinars
are the largest ronaswlfha la America
except those of the cathedral of 8t
Jobr. the Divine in New York. They
are 10 feet high and three feet In dl
amoer. and were cut by band In taw
town or jennsxos and anawn intact 10
Providence on bla- sleds. Nanoleon's
building, the Madeleine in Paris, is
thought to have been the stimulus for
erecting sevsn or eight arcades which
sprang up la the United States adeat
the time this one was completed, but
none now stands but the one In Prov
idence. Its dedication, was one of the
grand affairs of Its thaw.
thai Jaivi foster toward ti rnltel
cttcs any unfriendly feeling at
"Throuf-rout Japsn I was struck
with the p-eparedr of that rent'
try, for tere wre evidences of It on
Will Sweeb Britain
Goodmaa Brs lnsurmnc. hav re-
oiffnlsed their firm under the name
of Goodman Bros. St Co.. real estate
and insurance, and bare moved their
office from the Caples balldinc to
109 North Stan too atreet. Kar P. and
Leonard A. Goodman will have char
of the Insurance business of the com
pany and Morton Strauss and W. R
Stevens will have charge of the real
estate business. The Goodman broth
ers were formerly connected with the
Lion Grocery company.
lira. J13.-Z. Spcxscr-C:
RS. H, It HPKNDKR-CLAT.
1Y1 dagfater of the ute Willi Wal
dorf Aster, the American mniloaaire
who died a British viscount, and her
two brothers win Inherit the vast
wealth left by the setf-Ctpatrlated
Inventor Who Made Many
Rich, Dies Leaving Little
Lynafleld, Mass.. Nov. II. After
prodnelns Inventions which made for
tunes tor half a dozen men. Charles
K. Bradford, aged Investor who was
severely injured by a speeding motor- 1
cycle, died leavtagr little.
Bradford", chief Invention was an I
improvement ea the sewing machine, 1
which was so good that it is used 1
upon every 1
today. The early
which moved along carrying the cloth
necessary to be stitched. In the Brad
ford invention the doth moved under
the needle and not the carriage.
rxia eariy invention, tne cemeater
for shoes, la ntfilxed todav in ever
shoe manufacturing plant. It Is still
London. Eng.. Nov. U.-1 tell you "Sld n'' Oro'SeSS.'Sf'... .
this time spiritualism Is going to L5?i flS-tSrSSSrtJT'i
.w.m th. oMnrv t. -r.r I personal friend of six. Braofbrd. and
to bound tocowJI- ChanKe I upon fahing trips Mr. Bradford saw
WX'lhu Sir Arthur Conns ZTU "f"
Doyle. creator of Sherlock Holmes and JftL n-h hMk whicfc sniwt nn
ehu.plon of splrltualisTn against the " i", 'P.pel
Today We Go
Fifty yean ago before Sir Joseph Lister
founded antiseptic surgery surgical opera -tioos
often were followed by gangrene and
Today sach consequences are rare exception,
and medical science has so extended the idea
of skhujt prtventitn that the great plagues of
- the past no longer ravage the world. Serums,
vaccines, anti-toxins, sanitation -r- all stand
guard before the citadel of hea'th.
Now science has developed an effect ire agent sgabat
tnat general condition that imderbes 90 Jt of all so
mas ditease coastlpatkm.
That eScetive agent is NnjoL
Ixadmg nicdkal authorities agree that puis, sata,
cater o3, etc., simply farrt ami weaken the system.
NujoJ (Otteas the food waste a.td escoaisges. the in
tcstinai musclet to art naturally, thus removing the
case of constipation and telf-pouooiEg.
NujeJ helps Nature establish easy, thorough bowel
evacuation at regular intervals the healthiest hsbit
is the world. Get a bottle fionr your druggist today.
T" iiH tads iM "Tsirtr Fmc ot DwJder" fm.
1 03 Cc (KrvJUn.. Hsntai, K. T.
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TO ev Sealli tM
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43 MariawM lje
Ocean. Kaacrev Central.
Heaaev Cnlen, Bte Fear end
W. W. Cex.
We can ffll yesr order
on any eel steek
Texas OQ bsTtsteeat Co.
CHAS. K. ZAHN. UaaaKer.
ltlW X, Oreston St. Ream S
lt Ki Pase, Texas
1. arse d "ti' on o
, "torTPprt m P
the Texas n; 1 -
tOaT'hr-r with o-L-'
i-tiomi map of tht
Hnmr ted Bo.) Ba
ron fllil. Lnjifs-a
nent frr: a '90 tlx
COCsXCUtJv IsltMf 0.
mt. - Homer
irx&AB j. co.
nttiw f.; r .... ti
attacks of the Church of Fn aland, was
spesklnr to me.
l ne irrent phenomenon or spirit
ualism ns been rlnains; like a tele
phone bell for 70 years, but no one
nas ttKen on tne receiver,- ne continued.
Instead or irolne; to the telephone
pull of the hand. Also another inven
tion was the automatic fishing reel,
in nse today.
Mr. Bradford, following the civil
war, with the resultant hhrh prices,
walked Lynn streets wearing a paper
Negro Held On Charge
Of Slaying Wife With Axe
Baltimore. MU Not. 12. Chftrsed
with murder, Andrew Pure, colored.
Is under arrest here.
It is aJleced Paee. follow tag a
qnarrer with Us wire, Violet Pare,
killed the woman with a hatchet, cut
Si the body Into four sections, burled
e portions under the floor ef a
house and poured lye upon the muti
lated remains In an effort to hide his
crime. The murder was revealed by
pi om be rs who went to the bouse to do
soma work. Page, the police say. has
the receiver ha been taken off.
rne cnuren nas been a mtie narsn
with us, hut I say It Is the church
and not onrelres that ahould be sit
tin in Mrkloth nnd ashes.
"We nnirltnIl9ts can nrove that
life aroes on aftr death, we sre pre
pared to prove that s man In the next
world en1oy and suffers according; to
kls reaeral life.
When T talked with my -own eon
11 months after his death In the
presence of six witnesses when the
voice waa my own bov's voice, do
you think It was spurious consola
tion to me to know that my boy was
"And when my wife has spoken to
her own mother, and has heard her
own mother's voice, do you thLrflt any
words that are uttered at a ohorch
eonarress will change us or alter our
collar, which Immediately sained ad-
people hare anrued as to whether the rfJ fl
bell has teen r n-r'ns; or not. bnt now P??? U lZ1 effect. De-
patents issued totaled nearlv 1M.
enlf a small straa of money was re-
ceived for .thesa. Be sold his patents '
-for a song-." I
The only reason he cave for sell- I
ins his Inventions for close to noth-
ins was" that lie woald rather Invent I
than eat. i
WM. S. LIYEZEY, Pres. JUDGE W. T. CARLTON PUTTY, Attorneys.
Fretery, Gntnl Prame, Texat
Now Sdlisnj Seearities at $2 Per Share (Par Valoe $1.00). BmloEng Factories to
MaBofactare Little Antoinobiles, Lttle Motor Tracks, Littic' Trailers, Little Farm
Tractors m Qnaaty Production to Sell at $350 to $750.
Soon Going to $4, Tkem Up
Plans To Tap Hoi
Spring To Heat Town
Idkevlew. Ore, Nov. IX. If K. C
Fave.l, of this city, succeeds in his
desires, here's one city that can snap
its ringers at anv amo or a coal strtse
anybody ever thowrnt up. Favell has
maoe application to fercy cupper,
state engineer, for the privilege 01
tapping Hot b'prins;. near this town.
Its water to be used for heating tht
Kl Paso Herald Hat-aslne AsTencTV-Adv
! AJmigAotterhood Easier
Happy Days Follow
Ih: FUght of the Stork
SO profound Is the effect which the unborn infant has
upon the mother that she mav be said to tingle to
her very finger tips.
The condittoos of rending motherhood, cristirtg as they do,
over a protracted period of months, create almost a new state of
being for & woman. Just ru she prepares herself for ft, so will most
favorable conditions prevail -when her child is born.
Under all nonaal internal condition, women who use Mother's
Friend need have no apprehension about the ultimate results of
nn'nnit;. On the contrary, the period of duration in expectancy
will be one of joyful arnicipzrJori; a looking forward to the won
derfol vcs in perfect serenity,
USED BY THREE GENERATIONS
"My mbther used soother's Friend before.! was bom
26 years ago and my birth was ptacbcaOy a pzmlcM one,
writes one cnthustestic mother. How very natural then
that her own mother, whose experience bad mimuUrbedry
proven the virtue of Mothers Friend would have her
daoghter enjoy the same benefits.
Used eaemaBj At oS Drufjias
Wrfte far spedel booMec on MOTHERHOOD and BABY, free
Bsasreld Regulator Cchpant. Dept. A-2I,
Five Million Dollar Film
Corporation In England g
London. Entr, Nov. 11. "There Is E
no reason wuy the Industry v. hi.-h e
ranks fifth In America should not r
oorwpy a similar position in Ills
country," Is the watchword of the 1
new British film Industry as sounded ,
by C P. HIgham. M. P.. director of 1
England's bis-great combine, a K.OOO.- ;
The company, just formed, is
known as the Alliance Film Corpor
ation, and Its advance predictions'
include the world's largest studio ;
which Is to be built in Harrow Weald
Park, which comprises it acres. I
"Everything that it is possible for
money to boy fo the way of facilities
for the production of perfect motien .
pictures will be obtained bv the com-
panjr," Blratn declares. 'The build
ers expect to finish eor p'ant by
February and production will besTln .
The reople of the world should i
know England. It Is essential that
Canadians, for Instance, should not
be forever looking at Amerl-an life,
homes. industries. habits and
-me mm is tne arrest earawnw
medium that can teach throssTh the
eve and leave a lastlne Impression
on the mind.
One of the eerjinany-e first par-
chases ts American directors. Oeerire
Irving. R. TV. Ben and Lon D. Us
sean have been sleroed to teach the
Britishers how It Is done.
Nurse's Devotion To Duly
Wins Fortune For Baby,
San PrsncLsco, Cal'f-. Nov. IX. In a
modest tittle heme here there's s
mUshty fortunate Infant, Just a few
days old. who has come In for sue,-
oes because lis raotner, umnnr
ntirse wss kin! to her patients.
Or. rather, she was particularly I
Vnd-to a certain patient. Mrs Arthur
W. Forbes, whe died some time ago.
TTe natlrlnfr devotion to the BlCk
woman won tor her the retards of j
rxrbes and Us wife and on .prii s,
llt, Forbes sat down and Inserted ,
a bequest m Us will for the nurse, j
then Miss Wentworth Cuthbert, new
Mrs. 'ent worth cothert Barnett. Mr. 1
Forbes died on August 6 last, and his ,
will was admitted to probate recent
ly, shertly after the former nurses
babe as bor-
The parents of the baby have ce-,
deed that tne money snaii s" "
Woman Loses Vole Rather
Than Go Into Barber Shop
Brooklyn, N. Y- Nov. IS. On elec
tion day, a woman In the Flat bus
section of this city refused to bo Into
a barber shop to east her vote, she
appeared at a Presbyterian church In
Flatbush. where the votlne place of
the eiehteenth assembly district was
located. She was told to so to a
nearby barber shop.
Tot! shouldn't require a woman to
fro Into a barber shop where men are
betas; shaved." she replied Indig- j
nantly. "I will vote here and yon can
send the ballot there for me."
When told that this could not he
done the woman walked away declar
ing that she wouldn't vote at alt
Last Of Stcfansson's
Party Arrives In Seattle
Seattle, waslu Nov. 12. Prom the
land of the Iglooo and the parks,
bearing much secret Information re
garding; scientific discoveries made
by the Stefanssos expedition in the
Arctic. A. a. oaumer and Martin Kll-!
Ian have arrived here, last or trie ex
ploring; party to reach civilisation.
For several years these two men
traveled with the expedition, having
joined It at Victoria Land and Bailey
Island and remalnlne with ihe party ,
until Stefansson became 111 and left
for the outside. They left Barter la- .
land, on the north coast of Alaska. '
Here's Your Opportunity
While the woadcrftil progress that has been made by this company in building its factories, buy
ing machinery, stappfies and getting its first cars out on time and with prsdncHoH increasing daily
stocE is now worth 2 for I, and within the next sixty days it will again double in value and continue to
climb until those who have and are now investing win have made thousands and thousands of dollars
in cash cJivideodj. to say no thing about the increase in stock holdings.
By carrying out all its promises to the letter ; by doing even more than we expected to accomplish
in so short a time; by actually starting production and seeing the cxmipletion of oar large factory
btnlrSng aJtc?st ia sisjht, we feel that we are on the sure road to SUCCESS and BIG D!VuNDS.
The greater the production, the greater the sales and the greater the profits.
We say lht LITTLE MOTOR KAR SECURITIES today at $2 per share it a gwsd vestjet aed
we beeTe chat it WrM ceetioae te increase h vaht many tines. Oar aehrice fa hay J cm at Ah
price, far yea wS pay mere a EHJe later ob.
There are many men and women today in certain large cities of the North, who are receiving and
have received thousands of dollars and in some cases. tnilPons. in return for a few hundred dollars
invested "EARLY IN THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY," whose mukiplicition of production and sell
ing has gone ahead and ahead to success. Marvelous, wonderful has been their growth RICH AND
POWERFUL THEY HAVE MADE MANY.
Securities a few years ago worth only a few dollars per share are today not for sale at any price
al due to radtipIkatsoB of production and selling profitably.
To lhsse who want to make nrsy m sraerhiag ys caa see grew dairy sMtthiag a8 of Texas
wH wen be prcsd of SURELY HERE IS YOUR 0PP0RTIBUTY.
Bay aH yea can new hear ia maad Ah company is nastmig rapieSy ahW aad year secatiiks an
expected to cSab hsgher aad Ugaer ia Tatae.
Company expects lo pay quick returns to early
investors from the quick production and sales of
$10 to $i,m sSuki
The Few Dollars You Invest Now May Mate You
Many Thousands Qeicliy.
Write for booklet, "Amazing Profits in the Motor
Visit Us At Ow Plant See Ror Yourself I Signed
Then Invest For Yourself.
UWLE MOTOR KAR COHPA.tT.
133S Cammme St. Iiathi, Te-sas.
Please find enclosed check, draft or mosey
order tor for which please send me
shares ot Little Motor Kar Co. Securi
ties st JJ per share fully paid and non-ases-ahle.
and it ts understood I am to ehsre In the
profits of all the company's many branch factories.
plainly, please) .
BARE & MENDENHALL, Local Agents.
LITTLE MOTOR KAR COMPANY
Complete information concerning this extraordinary investment opportunity at oar El Paso office
322 SAM ANTONIO ST. EX fAS0, TEXAS.
Juiy is last. .fc,