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EL PASO jSERALD
Week-End Edition, Hay 8-9, 1920.
FOR Si PEDRO
Bisbr. Ariz May 8. At last there
appeared determinalou that the great
worivr near Land station, on the
Southwestern railroad in the San Pe
hro vallev, are to be a powder ilant
d"Slsrned especially to Invade the field
heretofore held bv outside dj nam He
'actories coernc the eojthern Ari
zona mining districts
Immense ou2niit'es of dynamite are
u&eu annual in te mines of Blsbee,
Oiobe. Miami Clifton Ajo and Je
rome It is said the plant is being moved
from a West Virginia location, where
it haa been built for war work, and,
thit the management thus far has !
t e-i in the bands of C E. Mills, man
ager of the Inspiraion property be
fore the war and for years in the
Phe'ps-Dodge service in Yavapai
courty at Morencf.
Just now he is a banker, heading
the Valley bank at Phoenix, also with
an interest In the Gila Valley bank
and Trust company. The San Pedro
me Is understood to have been se
lected because of the nearness -f
earth of the very sort needed for the
iraKing or aynamite ana 'or its near
ness o Its prospective patrons There
i assumption that several of the Art
7ora copper producers are Interested
ii the new venture.
Jews Will Celebrate Freedom Of Palestine;
Fifty Pupils Are Enroled In Hebrew School
Woman in Overalls
Wots Way Everywhere
New York, May S A slight figure
cTad in mackintosh and brown over
a.N was brought before magistrate,
S Iberman charged with disorderly
conauct ana masquerading as a man.
I was christened Henrietta,
ere said. and I call myself Harry
and wear overalls because I find it
eas.r to get work as a man I have
done manual labor in Birmingham,
Chicago, Philadelphia all over. And
I see no harm In it, either"
Miss Wilson doffed her Fedora hat; i
a mass or blond hair tumbled to her
waist, and she was suddenly re-
t ealed as a very comely person with
Dig Dixie eyes.
ABOUT 50 pupils arc enroled in the Hebrew school 913 Wvomine. wMca meets aaflv from 4 to r nrivt fnr .
M straction in ancient Hebrew. Rabbi Benjamin, Cohen is in charge of tie school, at which Max Eevel and Miss
Rose Sesenthal are teachers. The above picture is of the teachers and students, taken in Boulevard Park.
Rabbi Cohen gave an historical lecture Friday night at the schooL At 7:33 odock Sunday night there will be
a ictcuiauuu nt uvuvi u. iuc uucfdUDa ol irdJcSLUle,
ASK MAGAZLYES FOR SOLDIERS.
The people of E3 Paso may assist
'i entertaining convalescent soldiers
at Ft. Bliss by helping to supply
them with reading matter and maga
z nes For this purpose a box haa
-f-n placed at the North 1 Paso
ft-t-et entrance of the public library
I eeent issues of magazines, if placed
in the box, will be carried to the hos
pitals and convalescent home. Story.
mechanical, scientific and travel
magazines are desired.
TWO TO CO TO TRIAL.
Antonio Lopez and Vincents Rog
ers charged with burglary in five
indlc'ments, and Romero Queaado,
charged with receiving stolen prop-t-rt.
will go to trial Monday In the
4tn district court, xney are cnargea
w.th being Implicated in the robbery
during March of the J. I. Clary Jew
elry company of $2500 worth of jew-
PAMOCS -ACK" BUYS PI-AXE.
Paris. France. May S. Lieut.
t- onck famous French ace. haa par
chased an aeroplane and uses it
more often than the ordinary motor
ist does his fUwer. Fonck makes
dally flights to the home of his par
ents near Paris.
TEACHER GOES OX VACATION.
Miss Edith Levy, teacher at the
melter school, will leave soon to
Fpend her summer vacation in Hono-
Sheriff, By Leap a la
Fairbanks, Gels His Man
Springfield, HU May 8. You gat
to be fleet of foot to be a deputy
sheriff. That fa why so many detec
tives wear rubber heels. Anyway,
deputy sheriff Dickerson went to
Mrs. Mercedes Riechman's home to
arrest her husband, who. she said.
had come from St Louis to kill her.
When Riechman saw Dickerson ap
proach the house he made a quick
marathon for the allev. sans coat.
vest ana n&t, via tne Kitcsen door,
taking part of the kitchen door
screen wttn nun in nis haste. Dicker
son followed in a la Douglas Fair
banks and captured the recalcitrant
Riechman after a short and swift
sport ap the alley by making a fly
ing leap and landing on Rlechman's
back. Riechman is in Jail now think
leg over his alleged threat at
HOME FROM BUSINESS TRIP.
Capt. Fred Llbby, of 11M East
Boulevard, returned Friday morning
from a short business trip to Santa
Fe X M.
MEXICAX EXODUS THREATENS
SHORTAGE OF LABOR HERE
Erodua of thousands of Mexican
workers to the sugar fields of Colo
rado and California threatens HI Paso
and the border with a ehortasra of
unskilled labor, according to J. Y.
Fraser, manager of the city employ
ment bureau. The shortage is not vet
acute, bnt may become so In a lew
monuts, ne saia raaay.
POLICE CHIEF MOVES.
Chief of nollce J. R. Monteomerv
moved his residence Fridav from 1127
Cotton avenue to 2S24 Lebanon, where
ne naa purenasea an attractive oun-galow.
Wont Change Lives
Freeport, TJU May g-A wind fail
of $100,066 Is not going to mean much
of a change in the manner of living
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Davis, of
this city. Mr. Davis will stick to his
desk aa an accountant in the office
of a local manufacturing company,
and he and his wife will continue to
live in the Uttle cottage, in which
they now make their home. They
have no social ambitions.
Mrs. Davis received a notice re
cently that she is to receive a legacy
of $100,060 from the estate of an
uncle, Charles fC Patrick, who ed in
New York City recently In his will
Patrick told that he was leaving ,
his worldly goods to those who had ;
shown him love and affection and I
who he believed were worthy of any
benefit he could bestow upon them.
Walter S. Clayton
Ocboa aad Tint St. Pbone 394
and how we can
v meet them
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will be solved in The Herald
of Monday, May 10.
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