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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY, 14, i90l.
THE DAILY HERALD Published Every Evening Except Sun day by the Herald News Company, EL. PASO. TEXAS. UTTLE PLAZA. TELEPHONE 115. to their fellow men. The Founder of the church distinctly said that a cup of cold water given to the least of the people of the world was a personal ser vice to him. Is it then not the most practical, and the most truly religious work for the churches, to minister to men's material, mental, and moral wants, always in the spirit of the truest charity, which is to help men to help themselves. It comes closest to men's lives. . It is God's law, ac- cording to the philosophers. Why should it not also be the church's law? Bishop Potter well says that a pre cedent to a virtuous life among the Carnegie is buckling on his armor and preparing for the biggest fight of his life, a fight with his wealth. He calculates to give away a million dol lars a month to public institutions, giving libraries and church organs principally. His income will be fifteen millions and his benefactions will leave him only three million to live upon. However if he insists, El Paso will accept either a library or organ or both. News of Clint. The quarrel between St. I-ouis and Chicago will not affect the interest of Chicago says she can prove before the . . . ' . Special to The Herald. CLINT, Texas, Feb. 13 Emerson Etheridge. who has been visiting his parents here. Col. and Mrs. S. G. Ether idge. and his sister at Dallas. Miss An nie, who is on an extended visit to that city, returned to the city of Mexico Monday. R. B. Trent, the newly appointed agent for the G. H. & S. A. and T. & P. An Independent Republican NEWSPAPER. arrived. Mr. Trent has been with the road several years; is a pleasant, ac- decent surroundings. Is he a prophet. f ,5 int.roaainlt th commodatlng man, and he and his fam arrived hpfnro bin time' I I ilv nro vplmma oritstlnno flow of the river and in beginning the " - "" IAJWI1 Mr. Nutting and family of Arizona, have moved to the Coffin ranch, known mass of the people is cleanliness and " . , , " ' Lira naee canai is u. uf'p auu nui a I arrived before bis time -o TEXAS NEEDS A THOR OUGH MINERAL SURVEY. Is the First Step Toward Mu nicipal Reform work of making a great waterway from the lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. o A man cannot sign a petition asking I as the "Green place.' for mmrrMs for monev to DUt ud a I orest uaner, or tne u. LtatnA in hnnnr of his own exandfath- I cently visited his I er: it is too near home so Ben Harri- I brother here. son thinks, and he will not put his I Mr. Kings little child who has been should by all means be 'passed. The m to petition asking congress very ill with pneumonia and whose re- geological survey of this state w de- " appropriate do,uwi ior a monument A bill Is before the Texas state legis lature providing for the reestablish- ment of the department of mineral sur vey or state geological bureau. The Rigid Enforcement of Existing Laws I bureau is greatly needed, and the bill li. road, re- father and little H. d. SLATER. Editor and General Manager. 1ENRY L. CAPELL, Business Manager. manded on far more than sentimental Tippecanoe Harrison's battlefield, I .... . .... XT I nr ahctnrt inl.ntlftn rrniinHc It is on WHere ne WOU ID8 uailie Ul ixuvi-iuuei urgent necessity for one reason, and seventh, ninety years ago. greatly to be desired for yet another. Entered at the Postoffice in EI Paso, Texas for transmission through the I state public' lands. mails at second class rates. It is an urgent necessity in order to provide for a reclassification of the It is to be greatly TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Daily, o.ne year $7.00 Daily, six months . 3.50 Daily, three months 1-75 Daily, one month 60 Weekly, six months 1.00 Weekly, three months 50 TO ADVERTISERS In .rder to insure prompt changes in advertising, copy for same should be at the business office not later than 10 a. m. ADVERTISING RATES: Rates of advertising in The Daily or Weekly HERALD will be made known upon application at the bus! sess office. Those who prefer can have a represntative of the busi ness department call upon them, who I there will quote prices ana make contracts for space. Call telephone No. 115, desired because of the splendid adver tising that would result to the state all over the world through a complete demonstration of the vast mineral re sources locked up in our rocky treas uries. Texas Is. geologically and mineralog ically, one of the least known of all the states. There are several reasons for this. One is that there are no Uni The Chinese are bringing up a hor rible mass of charges of murder, as sault, theft, and vandalism against the white men in China, soldiers and civi- ians. If one tenth of the charg-js be true, there is a big offset against what we can fairly demand of the yellow man for his outrage of civilization. o El Paso will have the melancholy spectacle of a broken, charred and blackened ruin in her streets now fori many a day. Nothing is more depress- covery was thought to be doubtful, is mproving, C. E. Kellogg went to El Paso Mon day returning the same day. C. H. Harper has put out several hundred strawberry plants, and will invest on a still larger scale if they prove a success. Miss Maggie Cole, teacher of the pub lic school here made her usual weekly visit to her home In El Paso Friday evening, returning Monday morning. Miss Cole is an earnest, conscientious teacher and is teaching the best school we have had here for many years. She will prepare at least two or three of our girls for higher schools. Thomas Fury the pleasant and ted States miblic lands in this state. . - . 'su. iterator at mis piace, I ion or a Dig miliums wreencu uy ui e i ma(je auu utrni lucii; uanc ucr;u uu iiauiruai i . surveys of large tracts, as have taken place in other states and territories. Another is that the railways through this state were built by private capital mostly, without government aid, and was no occasion for the and ner not doings as his direct com government to ' send scientific I mand to her. a flying visit to El Paso a few days ago. There . has been a considerable amount of water in the ditches the last few days, and W. M. Baker, the over- Claeified advertisements for locals, ten expeditions along with the rail its per line for first insertion and I road surveyors, as they did with live cents for each additional inser- tfae northern transcontinental routes. uon. special rates upoo live Hun dred or one thousand lines of local, Mrs. Nation seems to know some thing about wireless telegraphy her self She nnnoiinrps dailv her orders from the Lord and excuses her doings see,r; d,""n 11 out where 14 bg- w. n. tiarper, or tne w. u. jjunn Piano company, El Paso, with his sis ters Misses Harper of Chicago, spent a day with W. K. Gardner and family. R. J. Carr, one of the eldest citizens It costs something to inherit a for tune. Most of us could not afford it. But in not having the benefit of I The Vanderbilt heirs will have to payl01 lnls P'ace, remains very reeoie. ne be used in one month, will be thorough government surveys. Texas $324,900 to the state before they canls scarcely able to be up any. tarnished upon application. has been a loser. There used to be a mineral survey in this state, but out of inherit their father's millions. Near sighted Christian Scientists I ThA TWail-r BEP AT.Ti fa rinllvp.ml hv Hor in tci Pnan Texas Juarez la mistaken notion of economy the work I x , . . ' w t-aso. lexas, juarez, i I are agitated over the accusation that jraiuu, auu ai, luo ci cunj diuciuub i who Biuieiiueu, cuiu & laige pal l ui uic Up the Valley. werks, at fifteen - (15c) cents per 'week, or sixty (60c) cents per month. Subscribers failing to get the HERALD regularly or promptly should call at the office or telephone no 115. AH ' wnnplains will receive prompt at tention. THB CHURCH, THE SOUL. AND THE BODY OF MAN. state lands are so crudely classified, because so inaccurately known, as to give rise to endless complications. Then there has been a surprising lack of knowledge concerning the min eral resources of the state, even in those sections classified as mineral lands. The people of Texas are as a rule surprised when they are told that there is gold and silver and copper and it is false doctrine, heresy, and .schism for them to wear glasses. o Every man was a volunteer at the fire last night as far as criticism and theory went. BANKS. BANKS. Joshua S. Raynolds, President. Ulysses S. Stewart, Cashier. W. M. Flournoy, Vice-President. Jos. F, Williams, Ass't. Cashier. THE First National Bank CAPITAL EL PASO AND TRY AC SURPLUS. $150,000 C. R. Morehead, President. J. C Lackland, Cashier. Joseph Magoffin. Vice-President.-J. H. RosselL Ass't. Cashier. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APRIL. 1881. A legitimate banking business transacted In all Its branches, ho... all the cities of the United States bought at par. Highest priee paid for Mexican dollars. H. L. Newman. President. t mt winm nn A- P" Coles- Vice-President. Wm. H. Webb, Assistant Cashier. J. G. Lowdon, Second Vice-President. The LowdonNational Bank DOG Capital Paid m $100, The Purchase and Sale of Mexican Maney and Exchange a SDecialrv Telegraphic transfers to all parts of the world. Safety deposit boxes for rent. Enrique C. Creel, ueorge HUzinger, H. E. Dillon. Ass't, Cashier. THE INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK. Transacts a General Bank! Issues Drafts on all parts of the world. Buys and sells Minan xc Pays Interests on Deposits in its SAVINGS BANK nRPARTmrniT uptu i mux a a. ill., iu t:u p. m. The Accommodation Bank of El Paso. Sheldon Black. WHOLESALE GROCERS. WHOLESALE GROCERS. H. Lesinsky, President. P. Michelson, Secretary. A. Solomon, Vice-President. S. J. Freudenthal, General Manager. THE H. LESINSKY CO.. Wholesale Growers AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS. We carry a complete line of Staple and Fancv Groceries and our goods to be first-class. .We solicit the trade of dealers only, and five UNDERTAKERS. UNDERTAKERS. erson & Berrien, UNDERTAKERS. Mrs. Nation does not approve of kat- zenjammer. o There was a hot time at the Pi erson last night. MEXICO AND ITS PRESIDENT. In Bishop Potter has come to have the repmtation of saying the right thing at I quicksilver, tin and lead and iron, in the right time in three cases out of I the western part of the state, and oil roar, his average is a nign one. i ne " FYom the St. Louis Globe-Democrat bishop's work during the recent "vice I to be incredulous when they are told I in his approaching visit to Europe, crusade" talk in New York added to I that mining is one or the great Indus- luen. uiaz is taKing measures to accus kis strength with the solid people of tries of the. western part of the great u T t on a tte city. He never misses a c hance to I state-empire, and is gaining more and ut in a word for common sense reform I more Importance every day. hat. and common sense Christianity. A few then, can we expect of the rest of the days ago he addressed the annual I United States, when a large section of ... eeting of the Young Women's Chris- I our own legislators at Austin cannot tian association. The bishop compli- I begin to appreciate the needs and pos- mented tlie women on their wont and Isibilities of this west country? The bill for rehabilitating the state geological department should by all Special to The Herald. v EARLHAM, N. M., Feb. 12. The past week has been away up on the rain question. Ranges and crops have been immensely benefited. The weath er clerk and his cat kept the rain bot-. X tied up during the Carnival but some ' X one knocked the bung out this month. Mrs. Sarah Kezer has resigned the ' X postmistressship and J. H. Goodman , X will assume the office soon. - W. A. and Ed Baker visited El Paso this week. E. F. Rush of El Paso rusticated i among us the past week. The wheat crop thus far planted is 324-326 El Paso Street, Hursea and Carriages Furnished. Phones 71. 68, 196 : NAGLEY, LYONS as McBEAN. i mill I I I I I I I I I I II I 1 1 r Expert Funeral Directors and Embalmers the course of nature Mexico must lose her present president permanently be- the large8t ever planted in the valley. continuing, said: "Those who need your work most are the men. You are dealing with great social foundations. What your asso- about 71 years of age, and his health Is understood to be much impaired. This s the chief reason for the vaca tion which he is about to take, and which may be' prolonged for several months. He has been at the head of the state for over a quarter of a cen tury, for during the term in which an other held the presidency. Diaz influ- Parlors 305 El Paso St. Uftice Upen Day and Night - - Telephone 197 MM MM II II II II II II MM lllllllll iiiiiiinnii linn SECOND HAND DEALERS. SECOND HAND DEALERS. means become a law, and competent I once was paramount, and he was vlr man shnnlri h nlaMl nt th hpnrl of I tually the executive. - I T-1, n T1 n T", 1 lilt; ujiice vii ric&iucui elation stands for underlies all the this highly important department or carries with moral and civic questions with which I the state government. of Mexico it a far greater burden than does the same posts in some other republics. Gen. Diaz has been we at present are grappling. You can sot clean this city or any other city without making its people clean and creatine such conditions as will heln men and women to lead lives of virtue "Pt Ignorance of the 1 A . 1 - . 1 1 . lUJIUUiLUlIlLH Ul Lilt rUlMI Ul I I V I ana guoaness. i iDersonaee in his country. This can "Nothing has ever happened in the Iare ana Dy we racl tnal lnese PP16 be said of Mexico's nresident. howev- klatorv of New York of more consp. a Manila and elsewhere have taken er. with very little reservation. The r , ,i, v I advantage or tne I ana restrictions imposed upon tnem 1 " ; " General MacArthur's Droclamation to the head of the state in a direct and I 1 a. 1 .a 1 1 ruieo 01 war, was necessary oecause ui circumstances to be the state himself. non-1 It is hazardous to say of any man combatants of the rules of civil war-1 that ne has Deen tne one inaispensaDie Lands continue to change hands at good figures. Peter Higel, Will Snow, and Pearl Bailey have recently pur chased tracts in the Refugio grant. Major G. W. Massraan and daughter. Mrs. C. Bruce, were called to Mesilla ' major's wife. . . . ,, uubu iuur uiuuouun lions on one norse the last days of January. It was near ly an entire family; three kittens and mother. The old Tom has escaped for the time being. They have done im mense damage in the mountains this winter, having killed all the young colts on the range and had started in on larger animals when killed. New and Second-Band Fnrnltare The New Store at the old stand la where prloes talk. True Confession is Food for the Soul l promised the public to pay them more for their troodr ad five them more roods for their money than any buyer in El Paso. I make tola talk and stand by lv C. C. SHELTON M. u. a. rrom a purely religious agent """7"- , " " , tne 60s of the recent century as earth- to its present sphere of work. Thedts- "' uuiiuuj, w 6"e quake shocks do along the seismic crimination between soul and hodv la 41(1 ana support to tne rebels. Oeneral rone, ended very soon after Diaz enter- u:, I MacArthur's croclamatlon. while clear led power. Mexico in the past fifth u euurwj uuscieuuuc auu uujjuhusu- - .... . lt k.. o d.hl. ..Haf. phical one. If the physical part is cut and arm- off one loses sensibility, and on the other hand the aspirations and quali ties of the soul can be expressed only through the physical faculties." That remark about the discrimina tion between soul and body hits straight at the mark. The tendency to endeavor to reach the soul through is indicative of the generous that the Filipino rebels have to con tend with. o derly a government as any country in enemy the world Globe, Arizona. Special to The Herald. GLOBE. Arizona, Feb. 11. All class es of citizens in Arizona are rejoicing Acrosi from Zeiger Hotel 116 SOUTH 0RE60N STREET TAILORS. TAILORS. II I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I II I I I II I I 1 1 HI I HI De Wet's brother Piet is as dashing and earnest a peace maker as Chris tian is a warrior. He employs every possible means, urging Boers and Eng lish to lav down their arms, commiini- the body and the body through the wlth Tritrhn ,nil witn n.an oul is only recent in the history of the Town He apparently believes that the Christian church and its practices. On ly recent, in one sense, but really a revival of the spirit in which the church was founded nineteen centur ies ago. The early church was a popu lar church, in the sense that the things of the body were not entirely shut out I every at. oy tne tnings tnougnt to Deiong to tne soul alone. The last meeting of the Sa vior and his apostles before the betray al was not a prayer meeting in a cold, bare cloister, but at a supper. rule, "All is fair in love or war,"" ap plies to peace also for he has won from his brother the title traitor. Pit De Wet's letters and communications are fervent with the sturdy piety which seems to animate the Boer leaders in The latest theory of electricity is I that it is a spiritual force, the lowest or most tangible form of actual di- Tbe il- I vine energy. A Paris and a Massachu- lustration is crude, yet it may serve setts thinker produced this theory si in to bring out the point that the rell- ultaneously. They argue that electric gion.of Christ himself was human, far ity is an intangible, elusive, myster- niore human than that of the middle I ious force, whose laws are only partly ages or of the puritans. I guessed out by the most expert elec- The true province of the church of I tricians and that its force is only part- the future is to help men to live this I ly used because men will not recog life in a spirit of the truest helpfulness I nize it as a divine one. It Is well for Mexico to habituate o er the reat rains and snows. Every I Let us take your Measure herself to Gen. Diaz' absence from control. He has obtained the con sent of his government to leave the country, and while he is away the minister of foreign affairs is to act as president. The duties of his poFition, as that official recognizes, will be ar duous, but they must be undertaken. The wheels of government will be kept movng along the old lines, for Diaz personality will be powerful at home, even while he is on the other side of the Atlantic. Diaz is one of the potentates whose death or resignation would disturb the markets of the world. Mexican securities and Mex ican property of all sorts is held in all countries, and the man who has given them their chief value is the President of the Republic. Proba bly the stability which General Diaz has established in Mexico will remain after his death as a monument to his J ability and courage, but the continu-1 ance of his life and his service industry is thereby encouraged and our people look forward to an abundant is sue of prosperity. Our mining prospects in Gila county are coming vigorously to the front. Everybody will be glad when our legislature adjourns, for fear of its code of procedure. It would be advantageous for all this country and for El Paso is a railroad should soon be constructed from Flag staff on Santa Fe via Jerome and Globe, to El Paso, thereby developing rich mining countries, timber, etc. The natural bridge, "Tonto-Basin." will be a curiosity for the traveler and tourist. It's one of the wonders of this continent. An effort should be made to open ls : ana aeveiop coai in aiu or tne mining For your winter suit f We guarantee a perfect fit and will show you the largest stock of samples to select from. We also carry a complete line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. JOHN BRTTlSnsrER, The Tailor. 104 El Paso St I I I I 1 1 M I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l l H l I I l l H DRUGGISTS! DRUGGISTS. something in which the entire world is deeply interested. ONE SISTER AND ANOTHER. industry. This place is bringing in a fresh and purer supply of water; so much needed. It is to be hoped El Paso will en- 1 Helen Gould's $400,000 gift for the hall for thp lwnnt nf the Kailnra and , marines of the Brooklyn navy yard ! . contrasts father favorably with the deavor to evade the past injury sus- VALENTINES, PRETTY aud COMIC. Valentine Booklets, Etc., tained in southern California from ! booms." You will find it more diffi- Caste! lane investment in Wertheimer cul tnan imagined. It is the work of bric-a-brac. Boston Herald. speculators. W. H. WEBB, rH DRUGGIST.