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"JOIN THE FUTURE PROSPERITY CLUB' 1 El Paso's New Bank Located at 319 San Antonio Street will be open for business in a few days, , l Solicits Your Patronage And begs to assure the people of El Paso that this hew institution will appreciate your business no matter how smalt your deposits mayi 6e. ' Capital Stock $100, 000. 00 I la I li li I i -" J Frank Herron. Lag Cruces, S. F. Bean, R. T. Nevares, D. F. Baker, P. Dessau er. GOVERNOR'S DAY XOTES. All paid in and with your patronage and good words we expect the deposits to reach that amount in a short time. y Come in and Get Acquainted We will be pleased to make a business acquaintance with every t man and woman in El Paso--and we will be especially glad to meet the younger generation who -desire to begin saving now. Courteous Employes All Favors Pos- sihle The Same Fair Treatment to All El Paso Bank & Trust Co 319 San Antonio Street R. M. TURNER, President A. F. KERR, Cashier LEE H. CREVS, Ass't Cashier F. P. Jones R. M. Turner DIRECTORS A. F. Kerr Robert Martin Lee H. Crews "JOIN THE FUTURE PROSPERITY CLUB" Governor Mills, like judge Lovett's picture, wore a red tie Friday as the symbol of youth. He had almost 'silver gTay hair and with the crimson carna- Lion irom xne luncneon muieat mc --n-lege and his red cravat, helooked the picture of youth and health. The governor's staff who were present at the doings were dressed up like mac doers in their geld braid and buttons. Some of the jealous ones among the dinary civilians conspired to steal- tne side arms of one of the staff while he was at lunch but were caught In the 5ft R. L,. Young as a Bill Nye story tell- er out Bill isyed himseii rnuay uuu un told as many new ones as he has acres I of valley Jand. "Hon. M. C. Logan, mayor 01 neu Dog, Organ, N. M. Col. M. C. Logan, chief of police. Red Dog, N. M.," "was hc wav the Don Bernardo register read after Mr. Logan's friends had finished decorating it. "VT. TV". Cox, the "old cattleman from the trans-Organ side of the mountains," attended all of the exercises. The old man may be getting a little off up here (pointing to hjs forehead with a dry smile a foot ide.) Here I am asso ciating with these swells as if I be longed among them." Maj. Llewellyn put on more lug than anyone in the whole valley Friday. He donned his prince Albert, hung an American flag in front of the house and took a day off to celebrate "the greatest day in the history of the world," as old Manuel xNevaraz said of the cor nerstone laying of the McFIe hall. James G. McNary, of El Paso, was one of the first to greet governor Mills. They were close friends when judge Mills was on the bench at Las Vegas and Mr. McNary vas editor of the Optic Tony A. Ferlet, of San Antonio, the man with the double barreled calling cards, ."who owns a ranch in the valley although he still claims to be a native Texan, was among the prominent -valley citizens who were in town for the cele bration. Prof. Hiram Hadley, for whom Had ley Hall was named and who is affec tionately known through the valley as the "grand old man of the Mesilla val lej'," was the youngest man present at the exercises Friday and he is planning to order a red tie by telegraph as gov ernor Mills says that is the last word in neckwear for young mes Ribbons with tabloid facts about the valley were distributed by A. R. Cole man, the llvewire secretary of tn chamber of commerce. The approach of .N. . . . ji spring prmgs qui many new styles in Women's and Young Ladies' Footwear. WE ARE SHOWING New Pumps, Ankle Straps, Two and Three Hole Ties, in all leathers. Medium and high heels. $3.S0, $4.00, $5.00 PEW'S 5I53K f -ST?: SWA. Wf' m FIA'AL LIST OF CENSUS TAKERS VOLUNTEERS C03IPLETEO The final list of volunteer census enumerators wHl be announced Monday and the workjof taking the census will begin immediately. Already many of the volunteers have started to work on the blocks assigned to them and the reports have already started to come in to the census head quarters at the chamber of commerce. Uore than 200 volunteers have been aasslgned to the census enumeration. TO ADDRESS STRANGERS' CLUB. R. Haacke will address the Strangers' club at the Carnegie library at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, on the subject, "Modern Journalism." Music will be rendered by Prof. Sievers. R. B. Rawlings, traveling auditor for the Southwestern, and J. F. Lang, of Chicago, traveling auditor for the Pull--man car company, are in El Paso today checking up accounts with the South western's city ticket ofnee. LAS GRUGES ENTERTAINS GOVERNOR OF NEW, MEXICO HOI STYLE (Continued from previous page.) -I Buster Brown ige Free Reception El Paso Theater April 4th AFTERNOON AND EVENING autos in time for the meeting at the armory. Ball at Night. Governor's day closed in a blaze of lights and lacey gowns Friday night when the governor's ball was given at the armory. The governor and staff attended the ball in his honor, accom panied by the El Paso delegation, who received almost as 'much attention as the governor's party. Compliments Horsemen. "That is one of the finest body of mounted, civilians I have ever seen," governor Mills said as he rode between the reviewing ..lines of the native horse men from old Mesllla, Dona Ana. La Mesa, San Miguel, and other parts of the valley who acted as the escort to the governor and his party. There were 72 of these mounted men, wearing the wide brimmed sombreros of the southwestern ranchers and preceded by Emiterio Almeras, who acted as color bearer and carried the famous Fort Fll more battle flag, escorted by two mounted soldiers from Co. A, of the New Mexico national guard. Felipe Lucero, sheriff of Dona Ana county, rode at the head of this division as I SAVE MO KEY N SHOES i i Attend tKe.Big Shoe Sale going on this week, Thousands of pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Oxfords going at cut prices. Men's and Women's Shoes and Oxfords $5.00."Grades Gut to $3.85 $4,00 Grades Cut to $3.35 $3.50 Grades Cut to $2.95 Bargain Tables Full of Children's Slippers .at 1-2 Price KINNEY SHOE COMPANY i o chief marshal. He was accompanied by A. L. Fountain, son of the late Col. A. .1 Fountain; and Antonio Barncastle, the aide from Dona Ana. Behind th.e mounted escort rode the governor and his party in automobiles. Governor Mills, accompanied by mayor Martin Lohman, N. Galles, Maj. "W. H. H. Llewellyn rode in the big maroon car from the San Augustine ranch, which was loaned by W. "W. Cox, the owner of the ranch. Behind the gov ernor's auto were Las Cruces and El Paso automobiles carrying the reception committee, the El Paso delegation and the other visitors to the citv ' The Reception. At the national guard armory an in formal reception was held by governor Mills, who was introduced to the crowd by the members of the reception com mittee. The horsemen were gis'en the command to dismount In English by Col. Fountain, and marching In twos they filed through the armory and were in troduced to the governor by the com mittee. This body of native citizens of Dona Ana county, many of them with their working clothes on, as they had left their plows In the fields, was one of the most impressive events of the day. A finer group of men is seldom seen and it was this that caused govern or Mills to say what he did of the horse men who had honored him by acting as his personal escort. The Committee. The committees in charge of the cele bration were: Invitation N. C. Frenger, "W. E. Baker, T. Rouault, jr., James F. Sattley, A. J. Fountain. ', Military and music Ma. George, Capt. Phil Dessauer. Ball and banquet J. H. May, R. H. Sims, Mark Thompson, M. O. Llewellyn, Donald Young, Frank French. Conveyances D. V. Peacock, "W. A. Jacoby, C. Armljo, W. A. Sutherland, W. A. Fleming Jones. Printing and publicity M. C. O'Hara, A. J. Papen, Will La Point, Frank Haw ley. General reception M. Freudenthal, J. Freeman, Hugh Clary, Gus Manasse, F. Amador, G. Ascarate, M. H. Pittman, Nestor Armljo, Dr. Hill, Dr. Odom, Jae. G. Stewart, Dr. S. P. Barnhill, J. D. Wollett, Dr. S. W. Laub, N. Galles, T. A. Ferlet, J. O. Miller, C. M. Nolan, Claud Henry, Robert Dross, J. D. Walk er, L. W. Case, Sam Manasse, T.C. Sex ton. T. C. Phillips. G. D. Martin, M. H. Peterson, C. A. Sattley, L. Clapp, H. R. Hannum, Thos. Branigan, T! F. Baker, J. S. Quesberry, F. H. Davis, C. 'A. Thompson, H. G Fitzgerald, N. C. Flint, H. H. Hyland, hT C. Strong, D. M. Mor "gan, A. I. Kelso, F. M. Hayner, Henry Stoes, C. W. Gerber, B. E. Lane, Maj. Van Patton. M. C. Logan, J. M. Hoye, P. Moreno, J. J. Schneider, Jno. H. Wat son, A. R. Coleman. Hiram Hadley, W. W. Cox. Vincent May, P. F. Campbell, P. R. Birdwell. Horseback Dona Ana, Sam Geek, An tonio Barncastle, Joe Barncastle. Me sllla, Augustin Lopez, Albert Fountain. Clprlano Guorra, Nicanor Guerra. San Miguel. Victor Lopez, D. Rodriguez, Bias Duran. La Mesa, B J. Vilioen. THE NEED OF EIRE MARSHALL FDRC!TY (Continued from previous page.) II testimony in relation to any matter un der investigation as aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and It shall be the duty of the fire marshal to make complaint against said person or persons so refusing to comply with the summons or order of said fire mar shal before any justice of the peace, police magistrate, or in any court of record within the city, and upon the filing of such complaint, such cause shall proceed in the same manner as other criminal cases, and upon convic tion any such person guilty of a viola tion of ihe provisions of this ordinance shall be fined In a sum not exceeding twenty-five dollars ($25) or impris oned for not exceeding . . days. Provided, however, that any person so convicted shall have the right of ap peal. All investigations held by or un der the direction of the fire marshal may, in. his discretiont be private, and persons other than those required to be present may be excluded from the place where such investigation is held, and witnesses may be kept separate and apart from each -other and not allowed to communicate with each other until they have been examined. Can Enter Buildings. Sec. 5. The fire marshal shall have the authority at all times of day or night, in the performance of the duties Imposed upon him by the provisions of thls ordinance, to enter upon and ex amine any building or premises where any fire has occurred, and other build ings and premises adjoining or near the same. Sec. G, The fire marshal, upon com plaint of any person having an Inter est In any building or property adja cent, and without any complaint, shall have a right at all reasonable hours, for the purpose of examination, to en ter into and upon all buildings and premises within the city, and it shall be his duty, quarterly or more often, to enter upon and make, or cause to be entered upon and made, a thqrough examination of all mercantile, manufac turing and public buildings, to gether with the premises belonging thereto. Whenever he shall find any building or other structure which, for want of repair, or by reason of age or dilapidated condition, or for any cause especially liable to fire, and which Is so situated as to endanger other buildings or property, or so oc cupied that fire would endanger per sons or property therein, and when ever he shall find an Improper or dan gerous arrangement of stoves, ranges, furnaces or other heating appliances of any kind whatsoever, including chimneys, flues and pipes with which the same may be connected, or a dan gerous arrangement of lighting de vices or systems, or a dangerous or unlawful storage of explosives, com pounds, petroleum, gasoline, kerosene, dangerous chemicals vegetable prod ucts, ashes, combustible, inflammably and refuse materials, or other condi tions, which, in his opinion may be dangerous in character or liable to cause or promote fire or create condi tions dangerous to the firemen or oc cupants, he shall order the same to be removed or remedied, and such order shall be forthwith complied with by the owner or occupant of said building or premises: Provided, however, that if the said owner or occupant deems himself aggrieved by such or der he may within five (5) days, ap peal to the mayor, who shall investi gate the cause of the complaint and unless by his authority the order is revoked, such order shall 'remain in force and be forthwith complied with by said owner or occupant. Any own er or occupant of buildings or prem ises failing to comply with the orders of the authorities above' specified shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten dollars ($10) or more than fifty dollars ($50) for each day's neglect; such penalty to be sued for in the name of the city upon the complaint of the fire marshal before any Justice of the peace or court of record within the city, with right of appeal, and such penalty when recovered shall be paid into the general fund of the city. BABY BURNS BUT MOTHER PUTS OUT THE FLAMES Hazel Jacobs, the Tyearold daughter of Mrs. J. E. Jacobs, of 1119 East Over land street, was slightly burned Friday morning- when her dress caught fire from a candle which she had. lighted to "play house." The flames quickly com municated to the flimsy dress material, bur the mother of the child was attract ed by screams of her little glrland, rushing out, extinguished the fire with her hands before the baby was badly burned. Howeverj Mrs. Jacobs was- se verely burned about the arms and bands in extinguishing the flames. Scott White &. Co., now at 204 St. Louia. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. AMA.TETJBS TO PEESENT PLAY Valentine to Eaise More Money to Furnish School Auditorium. Valentine, Texas, April 2. A comedy, written y Mrs. Bell Marshall Locke, will be given by the home talent of Valen tine in behalf of the Valentine Improve ment club, April S, at 8:30 p. m.. In the auditorium of the high school building. The proceeds will be used in defraying the expenses of furnishings for the" au ditorium. t The playet is entitled "Miss Fearless." The following is the cast of characters: Miss Margaret Henley, an heiress" Mary Smith. Miss Euphemia Addison, a chaperon Miriam Moore. Miss Sarah Jane Lovejoy, from the Lost Nation Birdie McAnelly. Katie O'Connor, Miss Henley's ser vant Maude Wood. Barbara Livingston, Bettie Cameron, Marion Reynolds, Miss Henley's guests Katie Scannell, Zora Finlev, Florenco Flnley. "Just Lizzie," the shost Lillian Smith. Miss Alias and Miss Alibi, silent sis ters, supposed to be Jim Reading and Jack Eggleston Zora Parker and Euln Thomas. 9 Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. V. M. C. A. NOTES. The first gun of the T. M. C. A. mem bership campaign has sounded. The re port has come through the mail to near 'ly every young man in El Paso who la not a member already. It Is a letter from E. M. Bray, chairman of the com mittee, and a yellow circular telling about the T. M. C. A. good things. Be sides the swimming pool, billiards, bowling and what not there are two new inducements, a smoking room and an free employment bureau. Tonight In the association gymnasium the finals in the grammar school ath letic dengue will be played off. The con test will begin at 7 oclock. Good Values !n Good Buggies- You can look the entire sotrife west over and you will not find a better assortment of good buggies at better values than will be found here. We carry at all times a complete stock and We would be pleased to have you cap and see our line and guarantee that the 'prices will be satisfac tory. HARNESS AND , SADDLES Isn't it about time for a new set of buggy harness ? It will bright en up the driving outfit wonder fully and a little money will bny a splendid set of harness now. WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF WAGONS THE MYERS COMPLY "The Buggy People" WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 310 S. El Paso St. ZL SPECIAL SALE S ' OUR DELICIOUS 40c POUND Cream Caramels (With Pecans) 25c SATURDAY ONLY THE PARAGON FRAXIv SMITH, 3IGB. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, ' X. OREGON" ST. We deliver ,Ice Cream to all parts-sf the city. 4 Both Phones. THAT THE BITTERS would have been used so consistently for over 56 years if it was not a su perior remedy in all cases of Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bowel disorders? Not likely. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS should, therefore, be your first choice when the appetite is poor or when the stomach is in bad shape. It is for In digestion, Dyspepsia, Belching, Bloating, Costiveness, Liver and Kidney Ills, Colds, Grippe, Spring Ailments and Malaria. D0N0H0E OIGAR STAND CAPLES BUILDING Domestic and Imported Cigars, smoking and chewing tobaccos and pipes. Just opened every thing iresJi ana or tne best. Try ns. , THE EXCELSIOR AUTO CYCLE The Motorcycle That Always Makes Good onHills, Sand or Rough Roads. 404 v K"ne I A mmJmW i li TEK r CHICHEOTMPJLtS frv jLtx. i.'ii. ChUdies-tero Diamond Brai tW 5?J i is tot . Vl in Hi-it ftnd tiald mFffltir? boxes, sealed iri& Blue Rlbboc run l-mii!n Rrt VWf At..- Cll.vi SOLD BY DRUGGISTS BERYWHERI ALLEN ARMS & CYCLE CO.