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EL PASO HERALD
POWER COMPANY PtANS BIG
DAM PROJECT IN COLORADO'
RIVER AT DIAMOND CANYON
rvur.xrx, Arix Jan. 12. The Grand yrelow Lee's Ferry t the haad of the
l; i von Power OereloDmejit cor-t canyon below the month of the Virgin
pany has bees actlre in the way
' surveys, represented by J. is.
tirand of Phoenix an engrineer who
as explored the greater part of the
iorge and who is believed to be the
-si Arizona authority on the qnes-
cn of utilisation of the Colorado's
-.'irvv for the
sde of eli possible dam sites. Three
.are been retained. One is at a point
the canyon 35 miles east of the
mouth of Diamond creek The second
" i ramediately above the mouth of
lanord creek, the side canyon to be
ilixed for the placing- of the power
ant. The third is at Vejree's ferry,
t the month of Grand Wanh, about
, i-er- the state plans to build a
-de across the Colorado, sp a link
The projected ytah-Arlsona high
It :s said plans are about complete
-t the IMainond canyon project. This
less than 2r imles north of Peaco
pring-s station on the Santa Fe, the
' e-u-est railroad point to the canyon,
te way to the river being' down a
-- "t1" prade starting at Peach
springs canyon. The dam site is said
- be only a few hundred feet wide,
w-ith bedrock almost on the low water
the black granite walls of the
--uer ennyon rising on either side
o about SO leet from the river level.
These projects, designed primarily
'"r power generation, are not con-
Tted with the plans announced by
ice Edison company and irrigation
-"trests lor storage and power
From Lee's Ferry to Black canyon
there is a fall of about 24 feet In
the bed of the Colorado. At the for
mer point has been planned the build
ing of a great dam to control the
river's floods and from which there
n h ntuid a canal to operate
company has oeen great hydro-electric plants.
11 JL .
Tranendona aowsr possibilities are
ottered by the fan of Cataract creek,
north of Williams, wh eb drops sev
eral thousand foot to the Colorado.
The Virgin riTor la to be dammed
near uttieneui. in uh wnoe north
western corner of Arlsona, to supply
water to irrigate lands. In southern
Nevada asd to generate several thou
sand horsepower for electric trans
mission. England Takes Steps To
Check Emigrant Exodus
London. Eng. Jan. 13. The British
government Is beginning to pot into
effect its plan to keep within the
boundaries of the British empire the
emigrants from England. Scotland.
Wales and Ireland who want to seek
nen homes In distant parts of the
This empire settlement scheme has
been held in abeyance since the war
because there were so many soldiers
to be repatriated; not the first large
party comprising 11M migrants has
Just left tor Australia. This party Is
under government direction and the
emigrants received a certain amount
of government assistance.
Eir James Connelly, agent here for
western Australia, annooaees that for
the next two years UH emigrants
will be sent to Australia, sash month.
their passage being paM by the sdv-
The government has openly ex
pressed Its disfavor toward schemes
for l allegation from the British Isles
to South American countries, in con
sequence, a campaign by Farn to in
due, ayht and Scotch to come
there and settle has been abandoned
after hundreds of them had accepted
offers for free transportation to that
oecreis kjj i ne i
You can hardly go wrong
with a good coffee.
Ifyoumakcit too strong,
it still has its smooth rich
But if you make ordinary
coffee too strong, you get
a rank harsh taste.
economical than coffee that
is merely cheap per pound
it mates so many cups.
Schilling Coffee is one
of the two or three really
fine coffees all packed in
Wings of the morning I
Today and Thru Saturday
What film player was once a. gen-
) m eral, in the Qtlnese armyf
- A. nam Kirn, a native Chinese.
who, after & varied career, laid aside
the sword for the grease paint. He
in China, Korea. Japan
Be has played Chinese.
Hindu and Indian roles. He
nas appeal ea witn pearl wnite and
Helen Holmes and also doubled for
Hawaii.. In one of his pictures. He is
anaslty tan for a Chinese, being
five tost eight Inches in height and
weighing lu pounds.
Q. What motion picture actress
greatly resembles Dorothy Dal ten.
even ti Dorothy's famous dimples T
Ji. jwno ueoTgs, woo appearea in
ne Devil's Passkey!"
A. Is Virginia Lee CorMn stiB In the
A. 8be Is now in vaudeville and has
not bssn on the screen for several
H- Is DavM Pott ell married f
A. Powell is stfli a baehelor, al
though he is a very handsome leading
man. He has dark hair a ad eyes,
weighs 10 pounds and Is five feet
ten inches tall. Powell was horn in
. DM Mrs. Tern Mix ever appear
la duve savvies?
A. Mrs. Mix. who was Victoria
Fords, was quite a screen favorite
bock: in the old Neator-Univers&l days, i
On has retlzod permanently from the
aoreon Copyright. lS-ls, Thompson
What motion pfeture actress vrhose
reeest death mhoeked. the whole film
world made her debut la a picture
trUca was almost a parallel of her
own life story f
"Hie kua and description of this
film, together with that of the star,
of whom every one fcnew. "will be
given temerrew In this department
LBOaC MB GHNHHAI-
All afternoon and night trains were
repcrted on time.
Osteopath. Drs. Armstrong, 41tRbta
Banner Bids. Pn. IMS. Res. Ph. 6S.
Here On Inspterlon Trip.
V. P. HancocK. superintendent of
tie gulf division of the Western Union
Is in the city on an Inspection tour.
Or. David H. Lawrence, Jpils Bids;.
I'amonx Traeaer Tiead.
Pittsburg. Pa. Jan. It, Mrs. Agnes
Chalmers Taylnr. aged 70. who in
troduced American methods in the
Hawaiian Islands, died here, early
J. B. MeKeana has purchased Sunset
Grocery and Market. Ph. 471S.
Priest la Deported.
Manila, P. I Jan. IS. Deportation
ts Spain of the Rev. Demi to Zamoola,
Spanish priest and curate of Corilla,
Island of BoaoL was ordered today by
Oov. Gen. Francis Burton Harron.
Osteeaaths, Drs. Bovrlby, Licensed
In Medicine. M Mills Bide- Tel. 4KL
Drs. Oarneater A Britton. eye ear.
nose and throat, re-noved to 581-t
Two Republics bufldtng;.
Heavy Auto Ucense Paid.
Compared with the corresponding
period last year, automobile license
collections made by dtty clerk N
bapowskl showed a deeMed Increase.
The new year's collections totaled
1 S4M while those for the first 11 days
or January amounted to 9x310.
Avoid trouble. Leave baggasre cheeks
at Ijoncwells, or telephone Mo. 1.
m Paso. Texas. Jan. It, latl.
We annoonoe the consolidation to
day of the law firms of Winter, Mr
Broom & Scott and Goldstein & Miller,
who will engage in the practice of
law with offices oa the eleventh floor
of the Mills bonding nnder the name of
MeBBOOK Jt -SCOTT.
W. H. Winter,
A. H. Goldstein,
W. E. Miller.
J. H. McBroora,
W. H. Scott.
Newspapers Cut Prices.
SteubeuvUle, Ohio, Jan. 12. Two
Staubenvllle newspapers, the Herald
Star and the Gazette, have announced
reduction from three to two centr
Dr. W. A. Tstaad. late Major. M. C.
421-23 Two Republics building;.
CityHaaaKcr Plan AJotrd.
Rapid City, 8. D, Jan. 12. Rapid
City has adopted the manager plan of
government by a vote of 587 to 278
at a special election.
Cement Wots: of All KM.
Kick H. Carson & Son. Ph. !4.
Baca Two Users.
Gawlcer. Central India, Jan. 12
The former French premier Georges
Clemenceau. who Is a guest of the
Maharaja of Slndnia, has bagged two
full grown tigers.
Sr. Anna Ream. Buckler B, over Kite.
Cape May. N. J. Jan. 12. Tae Rev.
Edtar Page Stitea. author of "Beulah
Land" and other hymns, has been
burled here. He was 84 years old
and In early life was a Delaware river
Drs. Swearlagen and Von Alaten.
Eye. ear, nose and throat. 407-8-9
Two Republics Life Bldg.
El Paso Herald and Collier's Weekly
both for six months, only SS.M. This
offer Is good for both old and new
Abo Thfe Film
Paine TF I8""
Weekly VPgW Biae of
ami nB ?oed, clean
"Who's VnSSnP caBedV.
Br GEORGE ADE
Learn To Dance
Visitors Welcome to Come and
See All the latest Dances Any
Tims Prom 8 a. a. to 8 p. m.
Strictly Private lessons by Ap
pointment. We Can Teach Ton
to Dance In One Day.
Learn the Idlest In Dancing
WhBe la Our Cgfy.
Stvate, 3tt g. m Paso Street,
OppetMe Pass Del Kerte Hotel.
PROF, and MRS. RBBFORD
Two Lady Assistants
At Tout service.
HBsl I W WW
"THE FATAL HOUR"
"THE SON OF
Tonight & Tomorrow
Silver City Strollers
WX Present tie Maskal
35 Pesfvt Special Sees err
Prices: 59c, 51,6), $VS9, 52.00
Box Scab $50. Pies Tax.
SEATS WOW SELLING
Fifty jwrr rent f tae net t?
trefpts f bth days will be do
na 9 4s ! f nasal fr 4tt r.
IM of tae starTteff baWps of f
Coming Jan. 14-15
mettra CracksaMB Usiag
Xlghtsi SSe, Bee. TSe, tUBO.
Matin eel as. See. praa Tax.
Grand Concert by
St. Ignatius1 Choir
FIFTY WONDERFUL VOICES
28 Piece Concert Otchedta 28
Teiiaway Theater DrsanlsC
At The Migkp-YoictJ GrthcML Or
St. Patrick's Cathedral
(AHsr os Bcatfil)
Next Sunday, 3 p. m.
Through Sleepers To
Help Mexican Trade
Houston. Texas. Jan. 12. Establish
ment of througn sleerlng car service
between Houston and Mexico City
will harp Increase trade facilities be
tween Mexico and Texas, aaht H. w.
Eaton. American vice consul, ha a let
ter to T. L. Evans, nanager of thi
foreign trade department of the Hous
ton chamber of commerce.
"It is needless to rsy that this Is
another lonar sten toward obtaining
an additional percentage of the Mexi
can trade, which the United Utates
so badly 00048;" said Mr. Eaton.
rea --mi siiWimw-.Taan
In Hk Latest Picture
The king of "cowboy" stars in a real
See "Mix" k hk great dhre oyer a
A story so swift it takes one's breath
BIJOU Now showing, opposite
Hotel Paso Del Norte.
The Faselnatlan of the Orient.
'The Palace Of
BIO SCEXIC EFFECTS
An nn-csnal story of the Mrtlr
East with KUmpmem of tae East
Aa rBBQsnal picture In eTery iray
The Wijvram Orchestra plays
from 2 to S and from 7 to 10
"Pals and Fettteoats," a novel,
entertaining comedy filled with
trlelc stuff, shapely girls and
.NliXT IV l!HK "DEAD UBJt
TCIX JVO TAXS." one of the
biggest productions of tho year.
The blowing up of txa shin Is
aM to never before have been
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