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EL PASO DAILY HtRALD. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 190?.
Mi iiiiiniii i "' News of the Courts : in 1 1 ii 1 1 ii 1 1 ii in i ' iiiiii RED SEELY CASE I ri i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t Verdict For Defendant. In -the Costa damage suit against the S. P. railway in the 41st judicial dis trict court a verdict was rendered for defendant late yesterday. Costa lives on the Island, this coun ty, and went to Arizona to work for the company as a laborer. He attempt ed to ride - back without paying the price and was ejected by a brakeman. He sued for $10,000 and would have been a wealthy man had the Jury seen fit to bestow upon him a large sum of money belonging to the railway company. But the Jury thought oth erwise. Habeas Corpus For Krug. Judge Maxey has issued a writ of habeas corpus in the Krug extradition cane, returnable at Austin on next Thursday, February 7. when the pros ecution must show why defendant Krug Is restrained of his liberty. Krug Is still' in Jail In San Antonio and in order that a hearing of the case may be had. Krug will have to appear before the court at Austin on the date of setting. As it is given out by defendant's counsel that Krug's finances are ex hausted, the problem now agitating those professionally interested in the case is who will pay defendant's expen ses to Austin and, possibly return. Hearing Tc morrow. Special Dispatch to The Herald. SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Feb. 6. John Krug will have a habeas corpus hear ing before Judge. Maxey tomorrow atj Austin. I Report Denied. In the court items of The Herald of December 22, appeared a story of the arrest of a German woman who "act ed strangely." The lady called at The Herald office this morning and ex plained the matter. She said anyone would act strangely If a big policeman should call and try to take them to Jail. "You may tell The Herald read ers." said the lady, "that if they want to see how the cattle men in the far west handle a wild steer. Just wail un til they sh an El Paso policeman try to arrest a German woman who "acts strangely." That will satisfy them." Postponed Again. The Baca extradition case, which was reset for today in the United States commissioners' court, was called this morning and again post poned until Friday on account of the absence of a witness for the Mexican government:; ..'' More witnesses are being collected in the mean time and the case will likely take up most of a whole day when called again. ' i PHers Case Settled. : The case of Manuel Siqceros vs. L. E. Peters in the civil court in Juarez has been decided against Peters and he Is left with no recourse whatever. The case was the suit for a title to a certain piece of property in, Juarez and after the court had notified him of the suit the case was settled In Peters' ab sence. SLAYER OF BOB HALL. FACES A JURY. H. Herring, an Eye Witness to the Killing Testified Today and Was Still on the Stand at 3 O'clock. AFTER MEXICO BLEEDING KANSAS WANTS RAILROAD MEN LIBERATED A WRONGED MAN Legislature Urges the. State Depart ment to Protect Americans Who Find Employment in Diaz's Domains.' "Bleeding" Kansas has espoused the cause of the unfortunate American railroad employes imprisoned in Mexi DR. FLOWER CLAIMS HIS ENEMIES INJURED rilM. He Passed Through the City Last Night on His Way to Arizona to Look After His Mining Interests. Dr. R. C. Flower, about whom so much has been said in the eastern pa- co or who are compelled to flee to the pers of late' came In from Chihuahua border to avoid imprisonment. Kansas wants the state department to take action for the benefit of Amer- last night and left this morning for Arizona. The doctor seems not to be worried ican rail marl nnoratiim in i i about the reports that have been going a resolution introduced by Represent-i tne rounds of the Press, to the effect ative W. T. Field passed the house by tha he 8wind-el the New Yorkers out unanimous vote. It is to effect that-" J1-500.000, and denies that he had the government take cognizance of the Dorder troubles and annoyances that railroads experience in the southwest. In explanation of his resolution Mr. Field said: The resolution presented herewith anything more to do with it than to merely sell the stock for the company. He says he put no value on the stock but sold it at the value put on it by the company. He now claims to have most of the stock in his possession has been called for by the railroad and wiu 800,1 return New York and employes of not only the state of Kan- lsettle up tbe matter nd reorganize the sas. but of all the states and tei-riinrio- .company in our union. "In the republic of Mexico, for a , number of years past, in railroad con struction and in the operation of rail way lines. American citizens, as work ingmen in that country, have been subjected to very cruel and unjust treatment. "There has been a bitter feeling ex isting among the Mexican ' people, against American citizens since the war with Mexico, and it has been intensi He says he believes that the stories published in the New York papers were paid for by his enemies, the men who came near ruining the company, and sought to throw all the blame on him. He does not know what has become of Ashton and had nothing to do with him only in the line of duty In selling the shares of the company put in his hands for that purpose. Dr. Flower does not seem to think The jury was selected in the Seeley case this morning and the case went to trial at 10:30. The first witness called was J. C. An derson of Carlsbad. New Mexico, who was at the scene of the killing. He testified in favor of the defendant and was kept on the stand only a short time. The next witness was H. Herring for the state. Mr." Herring said he had known Bob Hall and Red Seeley for several years. He was present when the first difficulty occurred on Hall's ranch nearly a year before Hall was killed and was present when the sec ond difficulty came up in which Hall was killed and he was shot in the arm. He said that the first difficulty came up over a yearling that was branded in Seeley's brand. Hall told Seeley that he did not want him branding cat tle on his ranch. Seeley replied that he "swiped it on the outside." Hall then told Seeley that he did not want his neighbors' cattle stolen. They both then jumped off their horses and a fight resulted. Seeley ran his hand in his pocket for a knife and Hall struck him with a rock. This ended the fight, but Seeley went off after a gun. He came back with the gun and a man took it away from him. After they went to the ranch head quarters Seeley was discharged. He had been employed by Hall for nearly 13 months. After he was discharged Seeley left the ranch and was gone from December until the following May. In May he returned to the ranch and it appears borrowed a horse from Hall. This lead to another difficulty over the abuse of the horse. On the day of the killing Seeley and a man named Stetson came to the ranch. Hall Herring and others were eating. Seeley came up and a quarrel resulted. Seel ey than went out a short distance. While he was out Herring told Hall that he had seen a pistol on Seeley and be believed he was going to kill him (Hall. Hall said no he, did not think there was any danger in Seeley, that he was just running a bluff. They met again in a few minutes and the quarrel was again renewed. Seeley then drew his pistol and fired, killing Hall almost instantly. Herring nad i News of Society. M II 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 m Monday afternoon the music depart- twelve of the high school girls, ment of the Woman's :k!r gave an in- The following program was rend formal reception to Miss Leonora ered: Jackson, between the hours of three 1. Violin solo..; Brenneman and five at Ms. BeaM's residence on 2. A Rainy Day Mrs. II- R. Chase Olive street. The interior of the house 3. Song Psalm of Life was beautifully decorated and the ef- 4. Selection from Courtship of Miles, iect was cnarming. i ne receiving par- Standish Mrs. Carpenter ty consisted of Mrs. Beall. Miss Jack- 5. Violin solo Mrs. Leonard son. Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. H. W. Allen, ft. Selection from Hiawatha Mrs. Tnttle Mrs. Rawlings and Miss Beall. The dining-room presented a very pretty sight. The highly polished table was elegantly decorated in pink with little 7. Song Excelsior 8. Childrens' Hour.. Miss Fitzpatrick After the program delicious refresh ments were served by the young girls. doylies placed around. The room was All the guests were greatly indebted darkened and illuminated by caudles to the members of the department for with pink shades. Miss irumbuii and such a pleasant and enjoyable after Mrs. Kindrick sat at the table and noon, poured tea. Others assisting in the dining room were. Misses Ainsa, Payne, i The TmDromntu Dancine cliih .v Allen i. C. Windsor F. Smith Rhodes. 'st deiightful dance last Saturday Higgins. Austin. Edwards and Gates. ncht at Cnopin hall. The weather Punch was served under a dainty be bad the bo escorted tne bower in the hall by Misses Befttie. , th AanB. . th Jones and Bewley. There were a great QUeen" omnibus many callers during the evening., Those present' were: Misses Falvey, Among those Who called were: IfSreen Pavne Kemn. Lorkart. Anna Mesdames Howell. Jones. Magoffin, o trvin ni iHm.p Grosvenor. Hartman. Chilberg. Hough- Martin.' Gillespie. Rogers. Alice Davis. and Rosamond Windsor. ton, Schuster, Bray, Small. Dascom Leonard. Morris. Happer, Wells, Rus- seli. Clark, Welch. Howe. Ramsey. Mc Guire. S. T. Turner. W. Burges. Jam- Messrs. Hague. E. Hughes, Longue mare. Willie Forbes, Moye. Bishop, Willie Schutz, Kayser, F. Hughes, Mc- ieson Cooper. Gallagher C. Fewel, KellIgon sloss Pomeroy. Howard and pie, Johns. Bowden. Seamon. Chase, Baum, Pulliam. Kohlberg. Aronstein, Cooper, Roach, Voss, Higgins, H. Irvin, Carpenter; Misses Sexton. Brady, Pol lard. Martin. Niles. Fitzpatrick. West- cott. Cartwright, Adams Howell. Lange. I Last Saturday evening Miss Trum bull entertained the Chafing Dish club. High Five was played during the eve- If,imn nnrl ning. l ne tiuu win mew. oamruaj 141. -.c i nsr-n Dnnn, 11 1 - II L Wliu 1V1I. ttuu iviia. ui uvnu :at their home on Mesa avenue. The "Merry Wives" High Five club club and other guests were most roy-1 Every Thursday afternoon Mrs. ally entertained Saturday afternoon by Charles W. Kindrick is at home in Mrs. J. C. Lackland. The game was Juarez to her many mends. Mrs. high five and the club prizes, bcauti- Kindrick is assisted in receiving on ful pictures were won by Mrs. W. H. these days by her mother, Mrs. Morris, Burges and Mrs. Blanco. Mrs. Roberts from -St. Louis. winning the guest prize a picture of 1 St. Acmes. The consolation was won The S. A. C. club held a business by Miss Rebecca Payne and the booby meeting Saturday afternoon at the hv Mm Manev Turner. At the close home of Miss Juanita Sorenson. Miss of the evening lovely refreshments, of Louise Chase will entertain the club two courses, followed by coffe. were on next Saturday afternoon. . served. Those participating in the af- j ... ternoon's pleasure were: The mem-1 Miss Minnie Finney will entertain bers of the club. Mesdames Hartman, the eleventh grade Saturday evening Kaplan. Richard Burges, Will Burges, by giving a unique valentine party. Blanco. Feldman. Wilcox, Hadley. Mac- Mrs. H. P. Noake has cards out for Phetridge, Kneezell. Wright. A. Solo- a party to be given on the fourteenth, mon. and Miss Pollard. ! . The guests were. Mesdames Roberts, Cards are out for a card party to De J 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I hvervthin Known in Music. THE NEW YEAR X Finds us striving as we al- ways have in the past to ' T maintain a strictly up-to-date I Music Department in our big I store. That we have succeeded is evidenced by the phe- X nominal increase in our piano sales for 1900. Our trade in I small instruments, sheet mu- X sic and musical merchandise for the same period, nearly year in our business history. We ask ourselves with par donable pride, what are the causes? The people, not only those of our own city, but in all that territory of which EI Paso is the trade center, know that they can get here everything known in music. That they can bur as cheap here as in the eastern mar ket. That we never misrep resent any goods. That onr Customers interest is oar in terest. That we will always be found striving to please you goes without saying. W. G. WALZ CO.. El Paso, Tex. I llllllllllllllllllllllll Atlanta Ct New Orleans Short Line. shortly before cursed Stetson and Dean. Coles. U. S. Stewart, Howe, Ed- given the sixteenth by Mrs. Chilberg Seeley and was about to interfere in ay D. Stewart. Floyd Payne. M. Tur- and Miss Brady at Mrs. -LhilDerg s resi the affair when Seeley shot at him. I ne'r Hixson. Stevenson and Buckler, jdence on North Stanton street. eti-flHno- him In th Arm HerrinZ rani -w ! , r-, r,-n.i Alton Ronttio .-, " - - - - i iiiiaaua ui quj , a aj ii.. and Seelev followed, chasing him around a tent and fired four shots at him. Only the first shot took effect. The witness seemed very much in terested in the case and told a long storv. He was still on the stand at 3 o'clock. The attorneys were having manv discussions over the legality of questions and answers and exhibited deep interest in the case. The case will likely take tne time oi the court all of tomorrow. -t-rl I I I I I I I I I I I I I I that the publication of the story has fled by our late war with Spain. The ,nJured him for he will be able to prove Mexican is Spanish in his sympathies 1 Da Pos-uon cieariy wnen ne returns to and at all times, when the opportunity ew York. Is offered, takes advantage of our citi- I s- -Pierce, who is now interested zens and places them in jail for small w,tn Flower in Chihuahua, came up offenses and otherwise abuse and mis- w,tn nim ana spent today in El Paso, treat them. In the last year one of He states that Dr. Flower is . in no our citizens died in jail without trial. :way responsible for the turn the af and others are in jail, and in jeopardy falrs of tne Arizona. Montana and every day they work in that country. I Eastern have taken and was only a "The intention of this resolution is broker and sold the stock under the for our state department at Washing-. directions of President New and the ton to instruct onr oonsnis tr h-o directors of the company. He also our citizens who mav be arrestm, or . says that Dr. Flower was not a member ', Chicago Gas are now in iafl p-i von a fair i-nrf im. of the company when this business Louisville & MARKETS. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Today's quotations on the New YorTc stock exchange Liverpool cotton ex. the Chicago board of trade, and the Colorado Springs mining exchange, as giyen below, are as received over pri vate wire at the El Paso Stock and Mining exchange, Sheldon hotel block, Oregon street: STOCKS (New York). Open American Sugar 136 American Steel ec Wire 50 Atchison Pfd 89 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 79 102 Nashville 92 Southern Pacific 48 Tenn Coal & Iron 66 Close 137 51 89 79 102 93 54 119 16 91 145 85 127 153 47 67 nartial trial at once, in th atrM was done and did not know that work edrai bteel b meaning and interpretation of our,on th mines had been suspended. j Manhattan 120 rights as American citizens. I Mr- Pierce thinks that Flower was ' Mexican Central .. .. .. ..16 "I therefore offer the following reso- honest in his dealings with the Art- Mo- Pacific 92 lution: , j zona company, which he says is proved . New York Central 146 - Whereas, Certain American citizens ln tbe fact that the stockholders have' Northern Pacific 84 in railway service in the renublic of placed most of all the stock in his Rock Island 12S Mexico are imprisoned without trial or hands for reorganization. He proposes St. Paul . . 152 due process of law; and j to return to New York soon and cn- Wereas, It is in harmony with the deavor to reorganize the company and spirit and policy of the United States Put the affairs in good condition again. government to protect its citizens at all Mr. Pierce says that the mines owned "times and in all countries; therefore, by the company In Arizona is a rich be it property and was only allowed to sns- Resolved. By the house of represent- pend because the managers did not atives of the state of Kansas, the sen- know how to run it. He thinks that it ate concurring: - i will yet be a valuable piece of prop- That our senators be instructed and -"ty and when the company is reor our representatives in congress be re- ganized and the mine ia in operation t GRAIN (Chicago) quested to take such steps as to secure will pay good dividends. Open to our citizens in Mexico, the protec-' "I am sorry for one thing." contin- May Wheat 79 xion mat our nag guarantees. i u mr. i-ierce. ana mat is mat l ne Mav Corn 44 COTTON, (New York). Open Close There was a sad accident Sunday af- a report to the effect that Flower had March Cotton 9.20 9.25 ternoon. One of M. A. Leahy's child- bought a piece of property for $62,000 May Cotton 9.20 9.24 ren had been taking a bath in a tub, . Mexican money and capitalized it at SILVER -and had left the tub with some water $3,000,000 gold. This was a mistake Silver in New York 61; Mexican in it. and I know those who told it knew it money, 49-50. Little Clair, Mr. Leahy's . thirteen . at the time. ,.. . i ' months' old son, was creeping up by The company was capitalized at only , .. the side of the tub, and like most xju.uuo and another one at $70,000 and Bewley. Shelton, Jones. Edwards Lyons, A. Newman and Solomon N. -Miss Kate Reynolds arrived this morning from Las Vegas and will 'spend a month or so in the city visit- The Woman's club was entertained ing Mrs. U. S. Stewart, this afternoon at Chopin hall by the! Department of American letters. Sev- Miss Lillie Solomon is visiting her eral selections from Longfellow were cousin Mrs. A. Solomon at her resi given by Mrs. Chase, Mrs. Tuttle, Mrs. dence on Mesa avenue. Carpenter and Miss Fitzpatrick. and i these were illustrated by living pic-1 On Friday evening the El Paso So tures. The psalm of life and Excelsior cial club will give a swell dance at were put to music and sung by about' Hotel Sheldon. t I I I I I I II I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ii Heard in Hotel Lobbies. II niiiilliillllilllilllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N 4tlanta & West Point RAILROAD COMPANY. -ANI- US Western HV'.of Ala THE &HORTEST LINE BETWEEN ATLANTA AND NFW ORLEANS. Operate Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Between Atlanta and Montgomery. Mobile and N w Orleans, at which latter point close and direct connec tions are made for Ai,L TEXAS. MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA POINTS. In Addition to This Excellent Through Train and Car Service These railroads offer most favorable accommodations and inducements to their patrons and residents along their line. Any one contemplating a change of home can find no location more at tractive nor more conducive' to pros perity tttoQ. la to be found on the line of these roads. "THE HURT OP THE SOUTH," A beautifully Illustrated book giving detailed information s to the induce ments and attractions along thwe lines, can be had upon application to the undersigned, who will take pleas ure in crivina: all desired information. B. P. WYLT, Jr.. R. E. LUTZ. G. P. & T. A.. Traffic Mgr., Atlanta, Ga. Montgomery. Ala. CHAS. A. WICKERS HAM, Pres. .and Genl. Mgr Atlanta, Ga, t MINE STOCKS (Colorado Springs.) Bid Asked Sales Anchoria 100 Asked Portland 325 Gold Coin 3.25 Bid Isabella.. 69 69 Elkton 197 189 LITTLE CHILD DROWNED. ued Mr. Pierce, "and that is that The j Herald published the stories told here I by some Chihuahua miners during the ' ' carnival. They seem to have started Close 79 44 PRINTING INKS. children wanted to get into the water, no stock is for sale in either company. Th Herald office has inot received He fell in face first There was not "Flower achem in, a Mp2Wtoi& more than a couple of inches of water Chihuahua and those who do most of ceiebrated Ault & Wiborg company of Tn the tub but as he fell face down In this talking are men who have tried Cincinnati; this office having secured it and did not have room enough to to borrow money from Flower and the agencv for E1 Pasc and vicinity, squirm out he was drowned before he were refused. Flower is doing a legi- e nave jn stock: was discovered. timae business and if the people in yer j-t, Mrs. Leahy died a few weeks after New York or Chinuahua want him they Card and wood cut black t $2.00 the boy was born. He was taken by have only to notify him and he will Rureka fine job black .......... 2!oo llis aunt, Mrs. W. J. Tierney, to Colo- go there on his own accord." (Fine blue black !"!!!!.!!! 200 rado, where he has been for the past Dr. Flower is going to take up the af- Fine bronze blue .............. '. 2.00 year. fairs of the Arizona company soon, ac- Fine gcMn red 2.00 Some months ago he contracted cording to his statements this morning. Fine medium green 2.00 smallpox from which he recovered. As and settle things up. He went to Tuc- Special bond black 1.00 soon as he was well enough to travel, son this morning and will go from Special label red 1.00 And all danger of contagion was past, there to the mines of the Arizona com- Earyptian book black 40 Mrs. Tierney brought him down here, pany to learn what had best be done, j In half and one pound cans, arriving Friday, and he was drowned He will go from there to Denver to T.r-.Tr, -v-T--wa mioAvv Sunday. The little one had had a buy machinery and will return to El ,Ht'KA1'u -Nwt, lummm, hard time of it in this world. Lords- paso next week. 1 wins muiaing. i burg Liberal. I WINTER COMFORTS. L. M. Mitchell. G. C. of Texas, and I Invalids going to Old Mexico for the V. S. C. of the World, of Austin. Texas, winter will find United S'ates accom is here making his official visit to the modations and comforts at the Uttada lodes of K. of P.'s of El Paso. lajara Sanitarium, Guadalajara. I am now ready for business, teach ing the Banjo. Mandolin and Guitar: one of the best in the business. Call and be convinced. Studio. -121 West Overland street, G. B. OMAN. "Is my old frend Darbyshire still in El Paso?" asked Col. Mike Conolly, editor of the Commercial Appeal when a Herald reporter was in Memphis. Tenn., some months ago. . When told that Darby was the next man under Turner on the western end of the T. & P. Col. Mike continued: "Many years ago when I was a tele graph operator down in Texas before I went into the newspaper business Darbyshire was also handling a key and he used to be one of the best op erators in the southwest. "Once I remember there was a long Spanish message coming up from Mex ico over what was known as the 'Greaser wire. Every word of it was in Spanish and tc avoid mistakes the operator had orders to repeat it after transmission. "I clicked the whole thing off to Darby and he told me to get ready to check it off. In a minute or two a man put his had in the door and asked me to go out to supper. I went of course and stayed away about half an hour and when I got back Darby was still hammering awey on the message. He was just winding up as I got back to my desk and as the last word was spelled he asked me if it was all right. I promptly told him it was and to this day he does not know that the whole message went up Into the air while I was out of the office." Georre Bsverasje. owner of the fam ous Dolores ijold and silver mine in Chihuahua, came in from San Fran cisco this morning and is at the Shel don. Mr. Beverage has been taking a rest after his long task of developing the Dolores and he is able to rest for some time as the first car of ore from his new mine brought him over $24. 000 whe sold to the El Paso smelter two omnths ago. "We can hear noth ing but oil in California now," said Mr. Beverage, "the recent oil strikes there have created almost as much excite ment as the gold discoveries did in '49. It doesn't interest me. however, for Mexico has plenty of the yellow metal yet and gold in my opinion is better property than oil." Mr. Beverage is now on his way to Chihuahua and while there will visit his mines at Do lores. E. H. Estes. the Hereford cattle breeder at Midland is at the Zeiger. Mr. Estes was here at the carnival and made many new friends as well as prospective buyers and he is here to talk matters over with them again. ... H. D. Gould, a well known traveling man of New York, is at the Orndorff. Mr. Gould has the' entire country as a territory and does r.ot make every town very often. He has not been in El Paso for seven years and when he came in here yesterday he thought he had made a mistake and got into the wrong town. El Paso has grown out of his recognition but it will not fool him on. his next visit for he thinks that this will lie a city of 100,000 people , witnin a few years. SIERR MADRE LINE ... Q. S.M. P. Ej.) El Paso. Tei, to Casus Grandes.Chii, Mex Distance 151 Miles Opeaa to cmplt&lists lad prospector the most resourceful and Inviting section 01 Mexico. Oonreaientto 4 merican and Mexican market, LEADING 1HDTJSTKIEB: Mining, Lumbering, Stock Raisins, farm ing and Fruit Growing. Magnificent opening in these lines The policy of the sierra Mad re Line Is to encourage ai i foster ln every consistent manner all legitimate industries in its territory, calcu lated to prom tie the welfare of the country. Correspondence solicited. Jko. P. RambiTi General Manager. J, T. t-oo&H, Gen. Traffic AgU, El Paso. Texas, and Oludad Juares, Mex. Independent Assay Office Tai.iSM-iD less D.W.ReckharU.11. A gent for Ore Ship-' . fera. Aai and Chemical Anal-rais. U1SBXA1ISKBAIB EKFoaTEB vraa. BullMilTtrkaSaxiattj. . t. e. mom mm. Cor. San Francises Chihuahua Sta. EL PASO, TEXAS. R.G DUN & CO. Mercantile Reports. Mercantile Collections. FOSS RAPID FIRE GUNS FOR MEXICO. Inventor Wants Mexican Army to Adopt Them. B. Q. P. Foss and wife arrived from San Francisco this morning on the Sunset limited. Mr. Foss is the inventor of the Foss rapid Are machine gun and he is go ing to the City of Mexico to make ar rangements with the Mexican govern men to furnish it with some of his guns. The Fcss gi:n is a corker. Its low est rapacity is 3,500 shots a minute and it Cfln be arranged to shoot 5.000 times a minute. If Mr. Iiiaz will buy a few of Mr. Foss' euns and stick 'em around in Ihe mountains in the Yaqul coun try perhaps h? could put a quietus on the obstreperous redskins in that sec tion. Mr. Fofs is also on his bridal tour. having just recently married a charm ing 'Frisco girl and will combine busi ness and pleasure on his trip. He intended giong on through today but the limited was two hours late and he failed to make connections, but will continue the journey morning. tomorrow DAII..Y RECORD. Building Permit Issued. Yesterday Jonathan S. Dodge was granted a permit to build a residence on lots 15 and 16, block 253, Camp bell's addition, to cost $1,800. SOIE NEOMIE. A fashionable fabric, for waists or dresses. All the new colors in the $1.50 quality. Special this week at 98 cents, per yard. CALIFORNIA STORE. WINTER RESORT FOR INVALIDS. Old Mexico with all its fascinations and attraction as a winter resort for invalids has attracted little attention because of the discomforts encounter ed in the miserable hotels of the coun try, and he lack of proper medical supervision. The splendid Sanitarium recently opened at Guadalajara as a branch of the Battle Creek, Mich., in stitution removes this obstacle .and many are planning to avail themselves of the benefits offered by the unrivaled winter climate of Old Mexico in con nection with Sanitarium care. EL PASO OFFICE: 112 SOUTH KG N S T POMEROY'8 El Paso Transfer Company. RACKS, BUS AND BAGGAGE. "Phone 18. 300-306 S. Orwcon. Floral Decorations Cat Flowers. Plants, Palms, etc., and shippers of CaCti. H. A. KEZER. - 408 San Antonio -q FTOU WANTi GOLD A.ND . COPPER CLAIMS. In the Jarilla Camp, or intarst In cams call on or addrasa, A. W. OIF FORD, Box 12, El Paso, Texaa.