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EL PASO DAILY HEKALO. TUESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1901.
GOVERNOR SAYS THAT MEXICO WILL TAKE PART IN OUR EXPOSITION An1 Will Duplicate, at Ieast. any Ap propriation the United States Gov ernment May Hake. Governor Mijfne: Ahumada left for his home in Chihuahua this morning after a six days visit to El Paso and Juarez. Durine his stay in El Paso the dis tinguished governor nas cieany biiuu the kindly feeling that he has for this city and the American people general- ly and was loud In his praise or tne imorimn neoole as entertainers. He came here intending- to stay two days but found bo many of his old menus with lengthy programs for his enter tainment in store that he failed to get away for six days. I have scent the weeek very pleas antly." said the governor to a Herald rpnorter. "and I have been highly pleased with the Carnival. This gath- ering has been instrumental in uriuB- ing tne Dusiness ami sueieiy njv the United Stales and Mexico closer together and the result will De seen for many years. It has been my desire lor years to form ac loser Teiation oe- 1 ween them and I believe ine annvai Was done it. I have -watched closely the conduct of the people since I ar rive a nere iast weunwua, u i .i v- pears to me that this gathering has not only been one of pleasure but a l.usi- rived here last Wednesday and it ap ness affair as welL "El Paso and Juarez should join to gether in an annual affair of this character and If a Dennanent associ ation is formed there can be no doubt of its lasting success. "Mexico always stands ready to assist In anything here that will herald to the Test of the world something of her undeveloped resources, and should an exposition be inaugurated In El Paso. Mexico would be ready to assist morally and ma terially." While the governor was not pre pared to state what Mexico would do towards an appropriation for a great c-KDosition he said he was confident that his country would be as liberal . . as tne unuea issaies government mm would likely duplicate any appropria- tion this country would make. A great deal of Mexico lies adjacent to El Paso and the governor agrees with m.n,h.F. nt tha (Carnival association that here more manufacturers would come with their products than to any nlace in the country Governor Ahumada is one of the most enterprising and ambitious of fleers In Mexico. He has brought i:ni huahua from a country village to a thriving city and has aided in every possible way to develop the mining resources of his state. He sees tne irr. nortance of bringing eastern capita lists here and promises his upport to any movement that looks to that end HEIRESS HARRIES BOY. POOR TEXAS MISS Mamie bmitn, worm ai.uw.vuv Marries Section Foreman's Son. Engaged to Prominent Lawyer. She Loses Heart to Penniless Lad. A dispatch from Paris, Texas, says: The most romantic wedding that ever occurred in Texas took place last night at Clarksville. thirty miles east of Paris. MisR Mamie Smith, worth SI. 000. 000 from Honolulu, aged nineteen, was I married toEmmet Burke, aged twenty, I son of a Texas At Pacific section fore-1 man, between Paris and Clarksville. I David Smith, father of the bride. J while engaged m general mercnanuise i eighteen years ago at Tishomingo. 1. 1 i., oraerea targe quantities ot goous i .irom i- ixjuib ana tmcago nouses on i time, converted them into cash and left the country with $100,000. He turned up in the Hawaiian is- lands. In a few years he became tne owner or vasx ranee ana sugar estates i ootainea vaiuaoie concessions irom tne I government, and was the first to ln- troduce electricity into the islands. I He was a member of the Hawaii del- I egation that went before congress to I secure annexation to the United States. I While in this country he made good to his creditors the money he had con verted and returned to Honolulu He died a year ago, leaving his daughter as bis sole heir. She was born at Rosalie, Red River I county, near Clarksville, and reached here a month ago to visit her birth place. She was engaged to marry a promi nent San Francisco lawyer, who had the management of her estate. She met young Burke, a penniless boy. three weeks ago. A romantic at tachment sprung np, culminating in the marriage. THEY SAW THE POPE. More Than One Hundred Men From the Cruiser Dixie Take n land Trip Through Italy. The navy department has received a report of a trip taken by Ensign How ard McCauley, Jr.. attached to the United States steamship Dixie, togeth er with five warrant officers and 101 petty officers and men of that vessel, from Naples to Rome early in Decem ber, when the Dixie was cruising down the Mediterranean. The party was formed and conducted as a pilgrimage to the city of Rome during thi3, the jubilee year, and as such the men were housed and cared for most hos pitably, he party was controlled as a military formation and carried the national flag at the head cf the col umn, which latter, says Ensign Mc Cauley. elicited considerable enthusi asm and show of patriotism on the part of the resident ami tourist Amer icans. The party was given fre access to many famous sights and places in Rome, to whict entrance aa a rule is prohibited. The appearance and be havior of the men while on their tojr through the city is described as being exemplary in every way. The Amer ican rector. Monsignor Schmitz. was untiring in his efforts to place all pos sible privileges In the way of the vis itors. As a fitting climax to their stay in the city the men obtained an audience to the pope, which Ensign McCauley describes as fallows: "The forenoon of Friday. December 7. was the time set for the audience with the pope. We marched through the Vatican into St. Peter's and were assigned to a place immediately front ing and on the right of the altar, vith an unimpeded view of the service and ceremonies. I have no idea of the number tt the audience, but it is suf ficient to say that the whole of St. Peter s was crowded. which means many thousands, nor was everyone who came admitted, for each was re quired to have the usual ticket. The pope was carried in state, ac companied by the noble and papal guards and a retinue of household priests of the church chamberlains. and choristers. The acclamation. greeting and applause was tremendous, and several times during the proces sion our men gave 'three cheers and a tiger for the holy father." The pope, in passing, rose in his chair as he gave the benediction. "After a short service the pope's chair was placed for the presentation of the few who were allowed the hon- or of annrnarhine him. and tha J American officers were called up ira- mediately following the bishops. thanked the pope for his great kind ness to the American sailors and 1,3 replied by extending to us a cordial welcome and by expressing his pleas ure and interest in every way. He made some greeting or show of kind ness to each officer in turn." -r . ns nT rnnm o T W A Df) CT PflPV1 S 1 VJ I rVJTIO THE ORGANIZATION IS A STRONG ONE. The Officers are Well Known Men and the otcal Post Will Endeavor to Get the State Convention Here Next Year. The complete organization of a nost or tne I exas division of the Traveler Protective association for the city of EI Paso was perfected Saturday even ing. The state president. D. W. I Michaux. was here nssistlnfr nat nun ---- , v lor- f- Holland, of Houston, and C. V. Holland, president of the San Antonio post in the organizing. El Paso is so favorably looked upon by this association of travelers and l.usi- ness men that this special committee - " "ere io piace a t-aso in tine. This association has a membership of about 1700 in Texas and about 18,000 in the Lnited States working con stantly for interests of business firms and their traveling men. and the names of the officers of El Paso, Post R. will be sufficient guarantee of continued success in this city. Tho of ficers are as follows: Eugene B. Fat man. president; Sam J. Freudenthal first vice president; W. G. Walz. sec ond vice president; Edward Move I third vice president; P. P. Jackson secretary. Mr. Jackson is of the El Paso Sad HiArv fVft anrl fa n ctrnn. wnrlrai In tm, Alreadv there in somo talk of the El Paso post sending a 1 jlega vention which convenes" in Fort Vorth in April to secure the state convention in 1902 for El Paso. This would bring several hundred traveling men to El Paso and would bring about some most effective advertising of El Paso and its vast resources. The ' matter is to be brought before the chamber of com merce at an early date. . El Paso is to be congratulated on the organization of " association of business men and Its worth will be great value to the city. Those That Are Eligible Any wnjte male person of good mor aj character, not under the age of 18 years or over 60 years, engaged as a commercial traveler, as buyer or sell er for wholesale or commission house Qr manufacturer, or any wholesale dealer. Importer, commission mer- chant or manufacturer, is eligible to membership in this association. Objects. 1st. To secure the repeal of all municipal, county, state or territorial laws Imposing or enforcing a license tax on commercial travelers. 2d. To secure recognition from railroads, and obtain as favorable terms on transpor tation and baggage as are given to any other class of travelers, and to adjust all differences between railroads and commercial travelers on a fair, equit- able business basis. 3d. To secure hotel accommodations commensurate with price paid. 4th. To elevate the social and moral -character of commer cial travelers as a profession, and to bring about the better acquaintance of members. 5th. To provide a benefit fund in case of death by accident or injury by accident. 6th. To secure business connections for unemployed members. Benefits. $5000 in case of death by accident. $25 weekly Indemnity not to exceed 52 weeks in case of accident; $2500 for loss of both legs or both arms; $2500 for loss of one arm and one leg; $1000 for loss of one hand or one foot; $1000 for loss of one arm or one leg; $5000 for loss of both eyes; $1000 for loss of one eye. THE ORPHEUM SHOW. One of the notably amusing features of the Orpheum show, which is an nounced for tonight at Myar's opera house, is Miss Bertie Fowler, aptly styled the "American Cissy Loftus." Miss Fowler is unrivaled in her char acter delineations, and best of all they are of a kind familiar to all theater goers. Choosing as she does the comi cal side of life, she has created for herself a place in the amusement world far above any in her specialty. A pleasing personage, a faculty of nev er for one moment being dull in her entertainment, and of always choosing from her inexhaustible repertoire, that which is best adapted to her audieDces, make her one of the brightest and most Interesting features of this truly great company. Quality and not quantity makes De- Witt's Little Early Risers such val uable little pills. Fred Schaefer drug gist. Throat Troubles "Bardwell, Ky., where I live, is in the ex treme western part of the Kiato and only a few miles from Cairo, 111., where the Ohio empties into the Mis sissippi River. It may be that thi-oat troubles are common here be cause of loea- tion, but. whatever the reason, I find it wise to con stantly keep a supply of Acker's Eng lish Remedy for Consump tion on hand It is the best thing I ever came across for couclin. colds and throat troubles, and I have u-d it in my family for years. Ne druggist hen- ran be depended upon to have it alwavs. so I am writing this letter to W. H. Hooker fc Co., 220 Broadway, N. Y., t order a iozen bottles at a time. My wife is bothered lately with sore throat and difficult breathing. ut just as soon as the dozen bot tles get here. I will give her a few doses, and she will certainly be well again. I expect to write another tetter in a short time saying my wife is cured, for I feel absolutely sure it Is what she needs." (Signed) T. A. White. Sold at 25c.. SOc. and $1 a bottl s. throughout the United States and Canada : and in Eng land, at Is. 2d.. 2s. 3d., 4s. tid. If you are not satiflied after buying, return the bottle to your Uruggif-t, ana get your money nacK. II nuthnrize Ihr abnre Qucrunlre. W. U. HOOhi.K fc CO-. Propria t. Sew York. A CENTURY OF LAW-MAKING. From the Saturday Evening Post. On January 31, 1801, President Ad ams appointed John Marshall, of Vir ginia, chief justice of the supreme court, which is. to use the words of the English historian Freeman, "the only national tribunal which can sit in judgment on a national law and can declare an act of all three of the pow ers of the union to be null and void." Every year now we have more new laws than John Marshall considered during the entire thirty-four years that he was on the supreme bench. We have laws passed by congress; laws passed by state legislatures; laws passed by city councils: and all sorts of minor regulations which mount up into tens of thousands during the twelve months. , I The variety of these is as grtrt as the number. There are laws reflat ing dogs and laws concerning ele phants: laws about English sparrows and laws about the great American eagle. There are laws effecting every thing from microbes to mammals, from politics to love. If all the laws on the books today were neforced the average citizen would either have to stay at home behind closed blinds or begin a journey to the lunatic asylum. A hundred Marshalls would be unable to consider every one of them or to get from them much more than a fine case of nervous prostration or de spair. SCHOOL, HOUSE BUILDING QUESTION WILL NOW REVIVE. The architect for the school board. Edward Kneezell. Is preparing tsti mates for heating and ventilating the new and old school houses and as toon as the bids are all in and he has pre pared his report a special meeting of the board will be held The Carnival put a temporary quiet us on all kinds of building and prepa rations to build and now that it is over construction work has taken a sudden spirit and during the next few months carpenters and contractors will have all they want to do. mere la a I)i nereace. 'So you think she will make a good actress?" suggested the critic. 'Actress!" cried the manager, "Who said anything a '.out an actress? I didn't. She wouldn't make a decent actress if she tried a thousand years." "But you certainly said" "I said she'd make a splendid star in a society drama; that's what I said. and that's a mighty different thin jr. She Is pretty, has a Cine wardrobe, and the necessary scandals can be easily arranged. Oh, she'll be a money mak er as a star, but she's no actress!" Chicago Tost. "Do you love your teacher, Johnnie?" "Don't speak so loud, miss. De udder Rolls might git Jealous." New York Journal. A Bit of Romance. He (tentatively) What would yon say, dear, if I should ask you to marry me? She (thoughtfully) What would I say? He (hopefully) Yes, dearest. She I would say I would say He (eagerly) Yes, dear. Go on. She I would say that Charlie Brown had asked mo three weeks ago and I had accepted liliu. Detroit Journal. A Natural Inference. Last night, when I accepted Ilar- ry. Bald Miss Stoekson Roads, who was suspicious as well as homtly, "he kissed me on the forehead." "Tho Idea!" exclaimed Miss Pepprey. "I wonder why he didn't kiss me on the lips. Oh, horrors! Probably he had been drinking!" "Very likely. You say lie proposed Jt night." Philadelphia Tress. SB Caatlou. Hote!sTand! Restaurants. UnJer One Management HOTEL PIERSON KATES $2.00 to 13.00. All outside sunny rooms. KxceHDt tabla board. Matter snd cream from i or own Jersey dairy Special rales by tho mnmh. HOTEL FRVNCIS fcuropean olan rarps IRc to f l.S. Finest rooms and finest furnished In he city, Ryrry room has pure porcelane butho. special rates by tne ween or moutn. ARDMORE RESTAURANT American Cooks. Everything strictly firEi-clas. NO. 207 TEXAS 9TREET. EASTERN GRILL r?1rb-olaa restaurant in every respect FlrsV-claes cooklnf- Short orders da and night. Dinner Dally at 3 p. m. 23 El Paso St., Next to Cooper 'a. Occidental Restaurant Regular Meals 25 Cents. Short Orders at mil Hours. .Dinner from it so S p. zn. Everything brand new and strictly drat class service. 1 Al tM.t, Cf Between, fan Antonio IU J Ulall Ot. and East Overland fits Every One Eats AT TBI SILVER KING CAFE Most popular lunch counter In thm city. Anything you want; the beat of food and the beat of service. "The best Ohlll Con Oarne tn the city every night at 8 o'clock." Open. Day and Night.. STEIN & UHLIG, Props. !09 San latonio St EL PASO ROGERS. The Candy Maker. If you want the unadultered . . CALL,- wss ' He Has the Best. ROGERS, Next to Postoffice. If You want to find a man and don't tee him en the streets, go to the . . Gem: Billiard Rooms The . . Gentlemen's Resort. . . A Singer Sewing Machine i MAKES A PRESENT. NICE XMAS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS. J.J. SPEIR. 402 EL PASO STREET. PHONE 499. R. R. Tickets AT CUT RATES Ticket Brokers. Jewelers and Money Loaners. Mexican Money Bought &nd Sold Brock and O'Connor, lit L PABO STRICT. MCLAUGHLIN'S XXXX Coffee IS THE REST. It Settles Itself. Sold Only In One Pound Packages Ask Your Grocer For It. El Paso Grocery Co. Cor.. Oregon and Overland PIANO On terms to suit all Purchasers. Piano Tuulng. Polishing and Repairing. W. G. DUNN & CO. Court Home Block EAM0N.... Assay and Chemica Laboratories.... If rou want reliable assays sod ss.k ses give as a trial. Thnonlv uuw.r cruablns Dlani i. assay office south of Denver. Oarefnl attention Riven ore ehlum.. to El Paso smelters. 208 MESA AVENUL, F. O. BOX 97. El Paso, Tpxa Independent Assay Office D.W.Reckhart,E.M. Agent for Ore Ship. pers. Assays ana Chemical Analysis. ISIS EXJUU5IB ASD reported croa. BslliMWorkaSprriattj. " . o. eojt es. Cor. San Francisco Chihuahua Sts. EL PASO, TEXAS. DONT WORRY It's Money la your pocket If tha house you Du u build Is constructed with Building Material from our yard; and yon will mass o mistake If you buy your FEED AND FUEL of all kinds from us. Wa carry tbe be of Terythlng la our line. Ei PasoFuelCo, Offiire: 411 Santa Pe St. Phon, HO. D. C. BALLINGER J. J. LONGWELL infer & LonfweiL Transfer, Livery, Feed and Sale Sables. sTew Rigs, itubber Tires, Good Drivers. Hack Service Promptly Furnished. Transferring of Freiuht. Lizht and heavy hauling. Consignments of freight In car lots for distribution given prompt attention. Have fine accommodations for hand ling live stock in transit through the city. Give Dsa Trial Full line of wagons, buggies, and de livery wagons. Nos. 12 and 14 San Francisco street. ana iub santa street. Chopped in Two s Your dollar split in the middle when you buy. coal that is half waste ashes, clinkers, slag. Why not get a dollar's worth for your dollar? How? Buy hon est, clean, well-screened, accu rately weighed coal from ayne Badger Coal Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers in COAL WOOD, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY. PLAS TERING HAIR, ETC. Phone 389. Second and Chihuahua. Col VIA -iT ' DR. P. T. SAM, CHINESE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Drive all tornu of disease out of your system. Cure of all dis eases absolutely Insured by taking my herb medicine Compound. Cured over 600 disease . In this city. No The secret of hi success Is: He guarantees to cure people of catarrh, consum ption, rupture, asthma, cough, gonorr hoea, lost manhood, pneumonia, fever stricture, erysipelas, syphillis, rheuma tism, paralysis and ail female troubles. Medicine mailed to any address. Of fice 311 St. Louis Street. Office hours: From 9 a. m.. to 7 a m. Consultation free. For the Toilet Table Our Complexion Creams, Toilet - Waters, Perfumes, and Powders are indispensable for the refined and dainty woman. We have everything in toilet articles in sponges, loofahs, sea salt, fine soaps, bath, nail and tooth brushes, that are of superior manufacture and reliable Quality. FRED SCHAEF-ER, THE DRUGGIST. Floral Decorations Cut Flowers. . Plants, Palms, etc.. and shippers of CiCtl. H. A. KEZER. - 406 San Antonio IB Mexican Fire Opals GOOD ASSOTMENT RIGHT PRICES Mexican leather carver and burner at work. Call on us. W G.WALZ CO. Oludad Jnai Dealers. res Mas Opposite Custom House. DR. NG CHE: HOK Guaduate Chinese Physleian ". Over so year ex ""V ! jail dlaeasee of men He guarantees su cure Blood Poisoa. Lost Manhood, Hkla diseases. Dropsy. Hernia. Gonorrhoea. Scrofnla. Paralmta. Kheumatlam, Dis eases of Brain, Bean. Lanir, Kidneys. Idv- er. Bladder, and all Female Complaints. All diseases cured exclusively by Chi nese neros witnons surctcal operalons Consultation Free Honrs: "a. . tolo. m. Bnada.a. ID a. m to 4 p. nv! OFFICE 106 MYRTLE AVE Off Baa Antonio BX, next Delaware rnr- aiture store. When In JOARBZ Insist npon having "La Prueba" Clears, manufactured by Balsa y Hermano, Veracrus, Mex. The onlv Mexican els-ara that have ft. entre to the leading clubs of the Dnlted states ana surope. special orana. viajm DB BALSA." BOYD THE! TAIOLR Room 28. Bronson Block Gasoline Engines We sell a Gasoline Engine that haethelea8t number of working parts the easiest etarted and operated of any la the market. Salted for HOISTING, PUMP-. 1.NU or driving any kind of MACHINERY. If your engine or machinery doea not rue to suit you, CALL, AND SEE US ABOUT IT 0 REPAIR IS OUR SPECIALTY 8! Paso dt? ' Works, South Stanton street, El Paso, Texas. POMEROY'S El Paso Transfer Company. HACKS. 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