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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, February 14, 1910.
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$2.50 and $3.00 Queen Quality Shoes
35 and 50e White Madras
10c Cotton Flannel ....
Other goods Selling from 25 to 50c on the DoSIa
Remember This is
F. J. BRAY, Mgr.
The Fourth Estate
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From the Great Play of the Same Name by vTfc Copyright, 1909, by Joseph Medill Patter
Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford V son and Harriet Ford
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NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R. TOOMBS.
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"Ah ha ha!" The jurist leaned
back and laughed. "You're a clever
lad, Brand. "Well, well; youth -will be
served J" He pushed the pad away.
Brand glanced at the clock fixed in
the wall opposite him.
"It's getting late, judge," he warned.
Bartelmy reached into the inside
pocket of his evening dress coat and
extracted an oblong package. -Slipping
off a rubber band that encircled it, he
unwrapped the yellow paper and laid
before him on the managing editors
desk a neat stack of crisp new bank
bills, all of the $500 denomination.
Bartelmy started to count the money,
but he desisted and pushed the bills
over toward Brand.
"Count It," he said.
"You count it."
The judge leaned forward and began
the task. His head was within four
or five inches of the mouthpiece of
the telephone. He picked up the bills,
one at a time, and as he counted them
he laid them in another pile.
"Five hundred," he said "one thou
sand, fifteen two thousand, twenty
five three thousand, thirty-five four
thousand, forty-five five thousand.
There is half of It," he remarked.
"Yes; th&f s $5,000," assented Brand.
"Sir thousand," said the judge, con
tinuing with his task "seven thou
sand, seventy-five eight thousand."
"Eight thousand dollars," agreed
Nine thou'wri " f-H'nted the judge.
"Nine tnoasand dollars,' said Brand.
"Ten thousand dollars," the judge
"Is that correct?" h6 queried of the
"Ten tiwusand dollars, correct' "as
the reply. "That will wipe the slate
clean between us."
Brand held out his hand to take the
Fare as One-Thir
NATIONAL LINES OF MEXICO
HAVE MADE THIS LOW RATE TO THE WORLD RENOWNED
Santa Rosalia Hot Springs
TAKE SUPPER IN EL PASO, BREAKFAST AT THE SPRINGS
f Tickets sold on the certificate plan, good for 30 days
returning:- Most powerful and searching waters
known. Most agreeable climate. Hotel accommoda
tions first class in every respect. Kates varying to
suit all purses.
Tickets on sale at Union Station or City Ticket Office
Postal Telegraph Bldg.
A. DULOHERY, City
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING !
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109 MAIN ST.
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The judge picked up the pile of bills
compressed them with his hands and
pxtended the monev across the desk.
"Take it, Brand," he said.
As the false judge said these word3
and stood with the money in his hands
and held It out to the editor a loud ex
plosion thrilled every nerve fiber in
his body. A blinding glare of light
filled the room, and the air was filled
with the choking caseous fumes of
the smoke of the powder used by pho
tographers in making flashlights.
A pang of terror shot through the
craven heart of the would be briber.
He started back in his alarm, his eyes
almost blinded by the unexpected flood
of light that had subsided as quickly
as it had come.
"My God! What Is that?" he cried,
rubbing the back of one of his hands'
across his eyes.
. Wheeler Brand, who had risen in his
place at his desk when the judge had
finished counting the money, set his
face into hard, unyielding lines as the
judge besought him to speak, to ex
plain. He had won. He had com
pletely at his mercy this cold, crafty
betrayer of the public trust he had
sworn to hold sacred. And it was
with unmistakable triumph in his
voice that he gave the reply that was
to be imprinted on the brain of the.
false judge as long as he was to live
a reply that would haunt him while
awake and awake him when he slept:
"It is a picture of you in stripes,
Judge Bartelmy,!' he announced.
The judge, realizing that he had
been tricked that he had been photo
graphed in the very act of handing
bribe money to the managing editor of
the Advance displayed rare presence
of mind for a man whose complete
Eoclal and professional ruin had be
come suddenly Imminent. He rushed
across the room at the point where
the flash occurred, hoping to obtain
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hold of the camera and destroy the
plate. Owing to the pall of smoke he
had been unable to see just in what
manner the camera had been arranged.
But when he reached the side of the
room there was no camera to be seen,
only a round hole extending through
the partition into the next room and
from which the camera had been re
moved. He stood and gazed in dis
may. He knew now that he was at
the mercy of Brand and the Advance
to a degree that he hardly dared to
He turned around and walked back
to the desk. Brand was still standing
in his place, looking fixedly at the
Bartelmy was not beaten yet. He
knew that he would not be beaten un
til the Advance appeared in thcstreets
spreading forth to all the world the
story of his shame.
Shaking from head to foot in his
rage, he pounded the desk and cried
"You have gone to all your trouble
for nothing. I am going direct to Mr.
Nolan's house, and in less than an
hour you will receive orders to kll
that story that dastardly pack of lies
you want to print!"
Brand smiled calmly. He gathered
the $10,000 in bills, which lay scatter
ed on the desk where Bartelmy had
thrown them when he dashed for the
"I'll keep these as evidence," he said.
"When they have served their purpose
we will return, them to you, or maybe
we will send them to the minority
stockholders in the Lansing Iron com
pany. That's who the money probably
Bartelmy accepted the situation with
Btoical composure for the time. He
eaw that he would have no chance in
a hand to hand struggle with
young athletic editor for possession
the money. Besides, he must see No
lanmust see him at once. That was
the most Important matter to which
he should now attend.
He walked deliberately to the closet
and secured his hat and coat He
turned the key and went out of the
door leading to the outer hall.
As the judge disappeared Wheeler
Brand sank heavily into his chair. He
spread his arms on his desk and bow
ed his head between them until his
cheek rested on the cool polished sur
face. "Judith, Judith!" he sobbed, and hip
body shook uncontrolledly as he wept
for the girl he loved.
(To Be Continued
MAXEY TO CONSIDER
"WATER CASE OX FEB 10
On February 19, the water case will
be heard by judge Masey at Austin that
date having been agreed upon by at
torneys for the water company and
Judge Maxey has telegraphed that the
date is satisfactory to him and the mat
ter will be thrashed out in his court on
that date, and probably a decision Vlll
be made at once regarding the 90 cent
REPAIRS MADE AT JAIL.
Repairs to the city jail -n-ater sys
tem have been completed. A broken pipe
has caused great trouble and expence.
A SHAKING UP
may all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not when it
conies to chills and fever and malaria.
Quit the quinine and take a real cure
'Ballard s Herbine. Contains no harm
ful trugs and Is as certain as taxes.
If It doesn't cure, you get your money
back. Sold by all druggist
J. L.GAMPDELL PLMIS DRID6E TO JUMEZ
Costumes Varied and Many;
Spectators and Dancers
There were king's courtiers, bashful
school girls, American cow boys, Mexi
can vanqueros, bullfighters of all sorts
a motley array, 300 In all danced and
froliced Saturday night and until the
"little morning" of Sunday on the floors
of the old theater over in Juarez. It
was a noteworthy affair from the city's
point of view, the first and only
"baile de careta" of the social season.
Strange to American.
It was just as sraqge, quite as for
eign to the American as any grand ball
in Spain or Italy cpuld have been.
Everything, the swaying dancers "en
masque," the brightly dressed women
and the somber clad men in the boxes,
the quaintly constructed theater and
It was this way: El Club Recrea
tivo, a men's social club, was enter
taining for the evening the Club Terpsi
core, composed of the feminine patrons
of that goddess of the dance. And of
course all the Juarez society was out in
force, filling the many boxes which line
the sides of the theater. Another class
packed the galleries. And stil another
stood at the door and watched the cos
tumed dancers arrive.
Those who came to see fired volley
after volley at those who came to dance.
It was the game to recognize the danc
ers and when once an identity was dis
closed by a familiar stride or a too
freely spoken word the unmasked one
was tormented from every part of the
hall. A "picador" bullfighter entered,
clad, no doubt, in genuine garb. He
carried a billiard cue in lieu of a lance
and when he stumbled on his muffled
legs and fell headlong on the floor there
was great rejoicing. Laughter was
not spared that night
Disguised as Senorita.
And just before midnight a trumpet
sounded and masks were raised and cast
aside. Many had guessed right, more
were surprised. And jn one case tumult
was rampant. A pretty girl, dressed
in black and white Columbine costume,
with white French heeled slippers and a
coiffure of blonde radiance had attracted
much attention" had esvced with the
handsomest of the men, had been most
popular. But strangely the Frenchy
girl would not talk, bashful or mute
it was not known a strange American
girl maybe. But when the mask was
raised a pointed and well waxed mus
tache greeted the curious men of the
ball. It was Senor So-and-So In dis
guise, and all who had danced with the
.mustached fair one were in disgust. And
so the house roared.
And then all, costumed or not might
dance, and the flr3t and only mask hall
of the Juarez social season was in full
swing and an unquestioned success at
the arrival of the "little morning."
TO WALL STREET
President Says Methods of
Business Must Conform
to the Laws.
New Ycjrk, X. T., Feb. 14. Before
hundreds of prominent Republicans
gathered at the annual Lincoln day din
ner, of the Republican club of this city,
held at the Waldorf-Astoria, Saturday
evening, president Taft replied to Wall
street and its cry of "panic" in the fol
lowing words: "If the enforcement of
the law Is not consistent with the pres
ent method of carrying on business,
then it does not speak well for the
present methods of conducting business,
and they must be changed to conform
to the law."
The president adhered to his purpose
of discussing platform pledges and how
theyshould be kept. He also declared
thatthe administration "would not
foolishly run amuck in business and
destroy confidence just for the pleasure
of doing so."
OPIUM SMOKIXG OUTFIT
FOUiD IX POLICE RAID
Women Tell Court They Took It as Se
curity on Loan Are Fined on
Charge of Vagrancy.
Several raids were made on South El
Paso rooming houses by detecrfve
early Sunday morning and a number of
arrests were made. Two women, ar
raigned in police court this morning,
were fined $5 each on the charge of
vagrancy. They gave the names of
Nona Williams and Ella Dove and said
they worked in the American dance hall
in Juarez. r
The detectives say they found an
opium smoking outfit in their room at
the time the raid was made and the
women explained its presence by stat
ing to the court that they had taken it
as security for a $2.50 loan they made
a man in Louisiana three months ago.
In the same rooming nouse the de
tectives arrested men who gave the
names of L. G. Leonard. Tom Harris- V.
Eyster. L. D. Callahan, H. Snow and
D. D. Skinner. Their cases were passed
until this evening.
POLICE TO RAISE MONEY
FOR BENEFIT FUND
Beginning February 27 and continu
ing throughout the week the Bail?y
Stock corapanv, at the Crawford, win
give a play in which there will be sev
eral police characters. . Members of the
local police force will receive a per
centage on money realized by them in
the sale of tickets, this money to be de
voted to the use of the police benefit
CLYDE MOSS IS BACK
IN EL PASO TVITH HIS BRIDE
Clyde S. Moss, and the late Miss
Anna Coakley now Mrs. Moss, arrived
in El Paso today from Linton, ina..
where they were married Feb. 9. iney
spent a day with Mr. Moss's mother at
Champaign in returning. Mr. and Mrs.
Moss will be at home at 323 West Mis
CY CLIPPER NOW CHARGED
WITH CARRYING PISTOL
Cy Clipper, under indictment on a.
charge of perjury in connection with
testimony he gave in the murder trial
of Joe Brown, charged with killing
Manen Clements, va sarrested Saturday
night, charged with carrying a pistol.
Structure Outlined Is Con
crete and Provision 'Made
for Statues of Statesmen
Believing that it is now only a ques
tion of. time before the problem of the
construction of an international bridge
across the Rio Grande, furnishing bet
ter communication with Juarez, wTH be
taken up by both the United States and
Mexican governments, J. L. Campbell,
engineer of maintenance of way of the
El Paso and Southwestern system, has
completed an elaborate design, purely
through personal entertainment and in
terest In the matter, which calls for
due consideration should continued
agitation result successfully.
Estimated Coxt $245,000.
Mr. Campbell, who has for the past
five years drawn plans for the El Paso
& Southwestern bridges and who was
formerly connected with the construc
tion department of the Rock Island line
between Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo.,
has carefully sketched his irawlig
so that it shows every detail includ
ing the actual ornamentation of the
structure and its dimensions, even ap
proximately calculating the total ex
pense which he places at $245000.
The length of this proposed bridge
would extend 450 feet with a clear width
of 70 feet, the material used being re
inforced concrete. It would rest on
pile foundations extending 50 feet be
low the river bed. The dimensions
make allowance for a street car line
of double tracks, sidewalks and road
ways. Six spans, topped at the Intersections
by columns upon which could rest ap
propriate statues of famous statesmen
and warriors of each country, are In
cluded in the generTl ornamental
scheme. In the center tlVe plans exhibit
a keystone arch on each side of which
impose a coat of arms of the United
States and Mexico, placed on the re
spective sides of each country- The
Mexican seal of state would face the
south, while the American eagle would
look toward the north perched above
the red, white and blue emblem.
"Washington and Juarez Statues. x
Surmounting the columns attached to
the arch, it Is proposed that bronze
statues of "Washington and Juarez face
each other, the latter facing the west.
Upon 'he remainder of the columns
would stand six statues designed by
sculptors to appropriately represent
warriors and statesmen of national rep
utation as might be selected by each
Tour lights are provided for each
Square column, making the bridge a
blaze of electricity at night.
' In discussing the plans Mr. Campbell
says such a structure would last thou
sands of years, as there is nothing in
Its construction to get out of order or
to be repaired. In flood time the water
could not reach within five feet of the
top of the spans, allowing the water to
rise to the 20 foot level, the highest
mark on record.
The parapets of approaches would
Miiie sufficiently to allo'v drlvowas ic
be constructed at each end of the bridge
The estimated cost, according to Mr
Campbell, would not exceed 7 a square
foot, making a total of less than a quar
ter of a million. It would require about
six months to finish the bridge from
the time construction was started.
Mr. Campbell drew the sketch within
the short period of ten days and both
its simplicley and beauty will attract
attention by those interested in the pro
SECOND OF MARCH
Aviation Visitors Can Stay
Over Linobermen to
Meet Here Feb. 28.
Tickets for the aviation exhibition
by Paulhan will be extended by the
railroads, good for return on March 2.
The time limit for the tickets had orig
inally been set for February S the
last day of the exhibition .flfghts, but
I. A. Shedd, who with several other lo
cal lumbermen has been arranging for
the New Mexico and Arizona lumbermen
to meet here during the flights, got
busy with the railroads and the exten
sions was granted not only for the
lumber men, but for all others who
come to see the fliglita.
The lumbermen will meet here Feb. 2S
in annual convention. The originaLdate
for the meeting was March 8. burlhe
dates were shoved up a few days so
that the lumber men could see the bird
It is expected that 30 or 40 members
of the association will be here from dif
ferent points in New Mexico and Ari
zona. COUNCIL CONSIDERS BIDS
ON MOTOR FIRE ENGINE
Although Saturday had been desig
nated by the city council as the date for
the opening of bids on the automobile
fire engine, none were accepted. Sev
eral bids were put in and were opened
by the council Saturday afternoon, but
were referred to C. M. Barber and J.
B. Badger for investigation. They will
report on the qualifications of the
various engines this afternoon.
CHARGED WITn BLOCKING TRAFFIC
Frank Payne was arrested Saturday
afternoon by patrolman Stubberfield
charged with a violation of the traffic
ordinance. It Is charged that Payne
blocked the street by driving on the
wrong side. The case has been set for
-is a new one
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The Fight Is On f"
Every moment of your life, when
you are at home or abroad,
awake or asleep
Between the poison germs that are in air,
food and water, everywhere in fact,
and the billions of your invisible friends,
thelittle soldier-corpuscles in your blood.
If these little soldiers are kept strong
and healthy by taking Hood's -Sarsa-parilla,
you need have no fear of dis
ease. Begin using it at once if you are
at all under the weather, or have
troubles of the blood, stomach, liver
and kidneys. Get ifc of your druggist.
POLICE GETS LE3IONS
AND TWO CHINAMEN
There were lemons waiting for the
police when they arrived at St. Louis
and Octavia streets Saturday night. Also
there were" two Chinamen Lan Sing and
Sing Boy, and the Sing cousins were
A disused E. P. & S. W. coal car had
been housing a number of orientals it
appeared. There were two five gallon
cans of water, a dozen loaves of bread,
and behold ye two dozen lemons, be
sides Boy and Lang.
Mounted officers Roberts and Finlay
learnad that 10 or 12 Chinamen had been
seen about the car, and it is thought
that the party was waiting to transfer
to some otfier car. The two celestials
were turned oer to immigration author
ities who are making an investigation of
Have you a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot be
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last Is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy at the outset you will be saved
much trouble. Sold by all druggists.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital and Surplus
OFFICERS AM) DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUENEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYNOLD5, President.
James G. 3IeXary, Vice-President. Walter 2L Butler, Asstr. Cashier.
Jno. M. "Eaynolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier.
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
Assets . . . . ;
WE SOLICIT YOUR
C. E340RHEAD, President. GEO. D. PLORT, Caiklac
JOSEPH MAGOFFHC, V. Pm. C. 2t BASSIST, Vlt ft.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Astt Cast:
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ISTABLISHED APRIL, 18S1.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AITD PROFITS, $17100.
A Legitimate Banlrfsg Buf&sw TzaasutSg I AH Iti EiAachtfc
HIGHEST PRICES PUD JOR UTETTC.UC M0HZ7.
RIG GRANDE GRANDE VALLEY BANK t TRUST GO,
W. W. Tnrney, Prest.
S. T. Tnrner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
IL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
7FICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. 8. Stewsrt Frank
A. G. An&reu S. Eohlberg B Blumentlud
J. F. fffilams J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITJ.
J. H. Nation Prea. Crawford Esrrie. J. M. Gofjia, Ylca Pm.
John T. McEIroy, V. Prw. W. X. Asaerao. W. L, Twky, Caa.
National Bank Of Commerce
XL PASO, T2XA3.
CAPITAL STOCK Wm ... . $200,000
KmptsMK, Safety and Carefnl Attention to the Waata of Oar Cwcemn ii I
The great business secured
alonsr the strictest lines of
constant aim of our management to give the depositors every p
facility m tne y 01 superior banking privileges, paying in-,
terest on deposits and furnishing absolute safety for their
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Thf- RIe GrMfide, Sierra Mato
Pacific Rnilroag Ce.
NEW TIME CARD1
NOV. 14th, 19C9.
Effective this date Passenger
trains will leave our NEW STA
TION, corner Calles COMERCIO
CITJDAD JUAREZ at 1 p. m.
rEVA CASAS GRANDE5 7 P. X.
NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 12sl5 PJ.
CITJDAD JUAREZ P. 3f.
Thus bringing Nueva- Casais
Grandes and intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paso and vice
versa, and allowing patrons oppor
tunity to transact. heir business
and be home next day.
HUNTDSG and FISHING such as
found nowhere else on North Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C FERRIS. T. R. RYAN,
Geaeral 3Ijr. TraIc 31x7.
BANKING - BUSINESS
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
Power JL T.
by this bank has been built up'
honor and ftiir yJealinir. It is theM