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8, EL PASO HERALD CENES IN RECENTLY WRECKED EARTHQUAKE DISTRICT; loll Monuments BmBtmBBmmaM kttM r,atl HflHBIB ..Yi rc- I'raiP'- J.g' IST ' ' ' h ' ' ' IHBHBIBigB!l-. -iiJiP1 .JJLl BSi9ffiffiti9HHHRHl 5MMBSSMtvCv-tlSs. 'State HJMQlK'SfllSStBEllEer F'SnBnHBSIBHHH SMALLPOX AT SIEitEA BLAUGA Mrs. Tom "Wagner, Wife of Cowboy, Afflicted and Quarantined. Sierra Blanca, Tex., May 11. airs. Tom "Wagner, Trife of a cowboy here, lias smallpox and has been quarantined. Dr. McBeth's diagnosis of 'the case "was confirmed Tuesday night by Hugh S. White, of El Paso county health officer, Tvho was summoned. Dr. White stated Wednesday after- neon, that Mrs. ag:ner is not suffer- ing with a serious attack, of smallpox.! Ho returned to El aso Wednesday morning. ADDITION FOE THE I2T. SlNAi TE3VIPLE r-nr,-r., j. JJ,.. to Mount Sinai tprnnl Kr, tttwi nesdav morning -Tie addition whw.h extends baekfrom the rear of tho tm pie along Boulevard will be dlvidSfl Into three room-! ajiri viii ho nc , . JL ! . -sea ? Lix.LiiTiiun wiin im MinnQV ortrkM -nmwi of the temple. The contract for the O " y ovaawx WXJV work was awarded to J. L Hewitt & Son. JThe expenditure will amount to About $1500. r-f"J"t"-'r 4"" HIUEJHTTRDER. CASE IS ENDED. Kansas City, ilo., May 1L The testimony In the Hyde mur der trial closed finally at 2:30 this afternoon. - 4' CITY AND COUNTY TO SHARE TICTORLL COIRTKOITSR SOTTinr. Austin, Tex., May 11. The supreme ' court today reversed and remanded the case of the city of "Victoria against "Victoria county, involving the owner isbip of the courthouse equare, instruct ling iii&4.istriit court to give the south--r2nalf of the square to the county, and the northern half, except the jail, to the city. The jail is to remain the property of the county until it is no longer used for that purpose. SJULBOAD PARE REDUCED FOR COLLEGE BALL PLAYERS Austin, Tex., May 11. The railroad commissioners today ordered an emer gency rate of a cent and one-half per mile to parties of 14 for the benefit of college baseball teams who have been refused the rate permitted league teams. Chairman Mayflelfl opposed the reduc tion. AMARILLO SECURES MEET OF TEXAS PHYSICIANS Dallas, Texas, May TL-"-Over 700 physicians and surgeons attended the Medical Association of Texas second day's meeting here- Routine business was transacted today. Entertainments will be given this afternoon. It Is ex pected that AmariHo will secure the next meeting. . ORRICK HEADS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS; MEETING ENDS Beaumont, Texas, May 11. A. C. Or rick, of Forth Worth, was elected presi dent of the Knights of Columbus, at the session here today- Waco was se lected as the next place of meeting, after which adjournment was taken. HOW TO VOTE ON THURSDAY At the election Thursday, every per son holding a pell tax receipt Is en titled to vote. The election is not lim ited to taxpayers, bat every qualified voter will have a voice. In preparing your -ballot, mark oat the proposition for raling the rates to the present water company, and leave unmarked the preposition to isne the bonds of the city for the purpose of purchasing the present wafertYOrfc The alternative In .nuarely presented between the two propositions, one to purchase the pres ent plant and establish municipal owner ship of vrsterworks, the other to raise the rates to the present company ap proximately To percent over and above the rates heretofore paid. Vole for the purchase of the present works and mu nicipal ownership, and vote against rate raislafs- txit, o:ispi3jijisrjc , dA3trr-A.Qo to Two Polish Heroes rjaBbiBfillDcoMilHiLr fek.y4 HffT"H""""""""""""""""""""BM""i g'SAttUS; OF (JXKRAI. Washington, D. C, May 11. Two I monnmpnt tn fho momnrv na ri f p-o-v, ,, rnc!n,,-.c-L- n, D PulaSkl and Kosclussko the Polish he- roes, both of whom rough! and one of whom died that liberty in America J might m-e. were dedicated here today I ran&ed that president Taft could attend a"c Lime ui me uuuiciiLiuus tvas so a.'- 1 eacn. . rWIe the president made the princi-i p a"aress at the unveiling of the monument to Pulaski, which stands In ' the trianle at 13th street and Penn- raivania avenue. secretary or war Dickinson was maklne the nrincinal nd- rlyncc? 4- tliA trAtitiii..HlpA A.n...A I T faj-ette park, opposite the white house. Congressional Honor. The monument to Pulaski was erected by an act of congress, but the statue to Kosciusczko is a gift! to the nation from the Polish National alliance and other organizations of Poles. There was a double significance to the unveiling of the monument to Kosci usczko, for it marked the opening here tomorrow of the First Polish National congress, to attend which thousands of Poles from all over the United States have come. The ceremonies which preceded the dedication of the statues were long I "!",.,",' .V. r."'"11- -. n nnnpn onr varr a QhnratA a miiitnmf i ctofnr, f -kv, Arn. -n o u National Guard of the District of Co lumbia -marched, was one of the fea tures. Brigadier General Tasker H. Bliss. U. S. A., -was in commard. Tall Monument. In the heart of the busier section of the city the monument to Pulaski stands 14 feet from th sidewalk in a triangular green. In the saddle of a charger is mounted the figure of tho j lived the peaceful life of a farmer in hero in the Polish Hussar uniform in j France until he was killed when his which he won .command of a brigade off horse plunged over a peclpice. The em Washington's cavalry for his gallant J peror Alexander later moved" his horfv conduct at the Brandywine. Pulaski al ways wore the uniform of his beloved fatherland and it clothed his breast through three years of , valiant fighting on American soil until he fell at the siege of Savannah in 1779, and died on the United States brig of war Wasp In the harbor, two days after. The sculptor, ChedzlnskI, gathered material for his work In Paris, Berlin and parts of Poland and secured from the descendants of Pulaski a life size painting of the hero mounted on a hor.se, done by Pulaski's sister. In Lafayette park, a beautiful shad ed square across Pennsylvania avenue from the white house, the monument to Kosciusczko with the exception of one completes the set of five planned there. The others are to Gen. Lafayette and count Rochambeau, who commanded the French allies at Yorktown. On the remaining corner will be erected the statue of baron "Von Steuben. An im- f mense statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson is in the center of the park. Hero of Two Hemispheres. Kosciusczko is represented In the fig- MILLS BUILDING WILL GO 12 STORIES IN AIR The Anson Mills building will he 12 stories In height. This was announced Wednesday morning by Gen. Anson Mills. The contract for the erection of the building on the Plaza was let to H. L. Stevens & Co., of Houston. The contract price was $300,000 for the 12 stories complete. . Six stories of the building are t be, completed innide ready for occupancy by February 15, 31)11. The remaining six stories will be finished up inside as needed after the first six are completed. The exterior appearance will be complete In every detail. The contracting company will take charge of the site Monday and will immediately begin the work of excavating for the basement. , r - President Taft Attends the Dedication in Honor of Two Great Soldiers. United States Honors Kos ciuszko and Fellow Com- iot, Pulaski, "Witb Statues. 1A$1TSL OXA.iSLX. l ure as the hero of two hemispheres, aa ' his countrymen love to refer to him. A map of the United States with the Amerlcan eap!e &uarding. Is on the front of : a-fcr-tal. On the other side 1UD I is the outline of Europe and Asia nt- j tacked by the snake-of despotism ivith j A polish soldier -wounded and falling. me x-uiisii eugie iignung in aeieuce. 1 Is being defended by a Polish rarmer with scythe. Opnosite an American sol-J i dier Is cutting the shackles of an j American farmer which bind him to the t foreign yoke Mounted on the pedestal 1 is me statue or .kosciusczko. a map; ! of Wesr Point on one hnnd.fhe other i " I w V I -n-.A The valiant deeds of the man who i fought consistently for liberty In an j old world and a new so consistently I that he Tefused to lend himself to the plans of Napoleon for the restoration of. Poland, are called by the Inscrip tions on the monument. Lore Drove Him Here. Driven to this country by an unhap py love affair, he saw the new repub lic established and did not return to his native Poland until 17S6. Russia attacked Poland in 1792. KoscI usczko with 4000 men held Dubinks against 18 000 Russians in a famous battle. After the second partition of n 1794 he out himself at the unToi in i.n i,,. n t-f -i -. . i.- -r ... ....,, ut. put u.mix t wie . head of a national movement and was proclaimed dictator and commander In j chief. Covered with wounds he felll into the hands of his enemies and was restored to liberty by the emperor Paul two yearR later. Alexander In 1S14, refused to grant an amnesty to Poles in foreign lands and to make Kosciusczko constitutional king of Poland, and for the remainder of his life he lay aside his sword and to Crawcow and had it laid beside John Schieskl. THE COURTS 34th DISTRICT COURT. Judge J. R. Harper, Presiding. Suit filed by Andrew J. Wilson to remove disabilities of a minor. Ermenla Dala O'Orono vs. Ramon O'Orono, suit for divorce, filed. C. B. Bell vs. J. P. Casey, jr., suit for dissolution of partnership and account ing, on trial. 41st DISTRICT COURT. Judge A. M. Walthall, Presiding. Ross & Masterson vs. Banco de Min ero, Chihuahua, Mex., on trial. COUNTY COl'RT. Judge A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding. Plea of guilty. Wednesday morning, to theft under $50, and the sentences assescd follow: Enrique Lavistida, 40 days; Simon Al varez, JO days; Manuel Cruz, one day; and Hozea Dela Cruz, 40 days. c3QE&aStfr. X3&S1T21?C LrSXL-2 -w cos-f. ercjkv. 4k Financial and Commercial MONEY AND METALS. Serr YorSc Quotations. (By Associated Frea.J New York, May 11. Money on call 34 percent. - Prime mercantile paper, 45 per cent. Closing Quotation Today. Bar silver, 54. Delivered lead, $4.25 g 4.35. Copper, standard spit, $12.5012.70; July, $12.55 12.70. Spelter (St. Louis quotation), $5. Mexican dollars, 44c. urrcat sit:iet ezuatalloa. (Fl Paso Snelter. Bar silver 54 s Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.).. 12 5-1S Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 12 3-16 Lead (London sales prices). 12, s 10, dO Lead (New York sales prices) $4.40 Weekly A.erajjea. (Douglas Smelter (Quotations.) Enginetrr-.ng and Mining Journa. (New York. Bar silver 53 Coppei 12.33 NEW Y0Bi USTED STOCKS. (By Special . Wire to TLe Hersld from H. H. Brii Co Globe, ; Ariz.) - . Amajgamated . Amer. Smelters . . 70ii .. S0 44 .- 3D - 29 . . 42 . . 70 ..1G1 46 ..127 ..1S3V . . 83i'. Anaconda Colo. Fuel & Iron Erie Ry . ,- M., K. & T .-.. .".-" Mo. Pah ...".. Reading -..-.. 11". I Rock Island . ; . Southern Pac ..'. Union Pac U. S. Seel, com V BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Special Wire- to- Tfca 'Hcr&id r'rd H: H. Bru Co., GlC)be.AIz.,) Ariz. Commercial its: Bast Corb ! Calumet & Ariz I DPer Range . Bost. Corb t ' 63 C7 I fl --,--... u. ''."" -- 8 j Helvetia V"; -' Minni! " . . Miami . '. 23 vnrti, xn-o. Old Dominion""."" i-" 7" 33 Shannon ...' ' 11 1 Sup. & Boston "" nu j Sup, & Pittsburg "". ".. 12 xnnnj g "- S. Smelters, com 4.1 com 43 Utah Con Utah Copper " . . "(gag UNLISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to Tne Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.) Ariz.-Mich., pt pd : soc wacius . ii. i caiumet & Montana ? v. When!n Cop. Co...H t,u '":i " t- I'd tenn-Anz o Gila Copper ........""" 6 ! Goldfield Con """"?8 3-i inspiration cop inspiration uop : 73 1 j-iive uaK uev 20 Mason Valley s 7j at. Mng. Exp j' - noc. New Keystone Ohio Copper s.ic j Pinto Copper ,. 15c tav i;entrai 3 Ray Consolidated lflU San Antonio, pt pd 714 Shattuck '. 29 Superior & Globe, pt pd 45c" Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grnln. Close. What July $1.03 Sept 1.01 1.01H Can July ' Sept Oats July Sept 62 63 403i 39 Close. Chicago Provs:ons Pork July $22.55 22.27 $12:65 12.52 $12.42 12.45 12.37 Sept Lard July Sept Tub Sept COTTON. Liverpool Bullish. Liverpool, Eng.. May 11. Liverpool cables are bullish this morning and prices In both divisions are higher and steady to firm market rules. The ad vance in Liverpool, however. Is not par ticularly higher than Is due on the close of American markets last night. Tho sales of spot cotton in Liverpool today are liberal, aggregating 10,000 bales on a basis of 7 English points higher. The receipts are only 3000 bales. Futures are from two to four English points higher and the tone Is firm. Prices Steady. New York. May 11. Although New York bears are massing for a slaugh ter In cotton values, the prices today showed more tenor of bull sentiment than otherwise, and prices ruled steady, especially on opening and during the first half of the session. The spot situation is unchanged, but prices- aro steady. LIVESTOCK. Kansas City Livedo-. Close. Kansas Citv. Mo.. MayV,n. Cattle Receipts 7000, including ViQOO so'th- Elv Pftnf -;j;and Federal streets, Highland Park, STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT TON. erns; steady. Native steers, $6.0G!i 8.30; southern steers, $5.257.55; southern cows, $3.50 6.00; native cows and heifers, $4.75 7.60; stockers and feeders, $4.006.20; bulls S 4.2."fJ5.50; calves, $4.00S.OO; western steers, $5.50S.OO; western cows, $4.00 6.30. Hogs-Receipts 13,000, 510c taighe-; bulk. $9.30(g9.55; heavy, $9.45(9.50; packers and butchers. $9.40J.o5; light, $9.209.50; pigs, ?S.50f9.00. 5heep Receipts S000; steady. Mut tons, '$6.00 7.50; Iambs. $7.2.")-J.00; fed western wethers and yearlings, So 00 8 ti' . fed western ewes, $5.507.S"' Chicago Livestock. Close, Chicago, III., May 11. Cattle Re ceipts 17,000; steady. Beeves, ' $5.80 8.55; Texas steers, $5.00 6.50; western steers, $5.10 7.25; stockers and feed ers, $4.006.70; cows and heifers, $2.S0 Jz'7.50; calves, $6.00S.OO. Hogs Receipts 10,000; 510c high er. Light, $9.409.75; mixed. SgO'g' 9.80; heavy, $9.409.75; rough, $9.45 9.55; good to choice heavy, $9.559.75; pigs, $9.109.60; bulk, $9.609.70. Sheep Receipts 15,000; steady. Na tive, $4.357.S0; western. $4.507.S0, yearlings. $7.108.28; lambs, natives, $7.25 9.20;" western. $7.509.25. Fort Worth Livestock. Close. Fort Worth, Texas. May 11. Cattle Receipts 3500; hogs 3200. Steers lower, tops $5.50; cows lower, tops-$5.00. Hogs Higher, tops $9.50. WOOL. . St. Louis Wool. ("Uie. St- Louis, Mo., May 11. Wool "steady. Territory and western mediums. .20 23; fine mediums, 18(22; fine,-ll'16. ews- 3 Brevities Trta, BulleTin. Aii afternoon- trains- ar reported tlmu " " Old Clothes Wanted. Adjutant Chas. West, of the Salvation Army, wants all the good cast off clothes, men's women's ami children's, that he can get. The Army is endeavoring to have a rummage sale next week and whatever the people have to give will be thankfully received. Phone 2070, ring -', L or bring to 115 South Florence street. Dr. Cameron rot reliable dentistry. Luncheon Postponed. There will be no business men's luncheon at Hotel Angelus Thursday on account of the bankers' convention. Chamber of commerce officials believe that the bankers should occupy all of the city's attention. There will be but one postponement, tlie next Thursday's luTicheon tObe held as usual. Dr. Cameron, dentist, over Guarantee shoe store. Auto phone 1744. Small Blaze. Fire damaged the back porch of the Ray grocery at the corner of Kentucky Wednesday morning at 1 auto engine responded to ociock. the call. The The aamage was siignt. Grebe cleans clothes, 41S N. Oregon. Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2:0 to 4:30 p. m. Cattle Shipments. Thirty-three cars of cattle arrived on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande Wednesday morning, consigned to L- E. Booker, of El Paso, and 30 cars for the El Paso Livestock Commission com pany. The cattle will be passed th-ougl the local port during the day. C. L. Billingtou, 70a aiagoffln. Tel. 14S9. painting, paper hanging, decoratlug. Dr. Starker,. 31S-319 Caples " Bldg., Practice limited to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Alleged Swindler Caught. Denver, Colo., May 11. T. C. Mowery, 54 years of age, who is believed to have defrauded the First National and Cen tral National bank by means of over drafts, was arrested here as he was boarding an outgoing train. In a money belt was found $14,900. There was also a note reading, "In case of death, notify Mrs. Ella McMurray, Oklahoma City." Special, ladles purses, shopping bags. El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza. Dr. E. C. Prentiss, practice limited to diseases of the stomach and intestines. Rio Grande Bldg. 'rticKon Miner Drops Dead. Tucson, Ariz., May 11. Edward P. Hackett, treasurer of the Twin Buttes railroad and the mining company of the same name, dropped dead at Colton. Cal., while aboard a Southern Pacific train en route to the Pacific coast. Fort Bayard, New Mexico, May 7, 1910. Sealed proposals In triplicate for the complete construction, plumbing, heating, electric wiring and electric light fixtures, for one set of Field Of ficers' quarters, and three sets of Com pany Officers' quarters, will be received until 11 a. m.. May 2S, 1910. and then opened. U. S. reserves the right to re ject any or all bids or parts thereof, or accept any part of a bid that may be advantageous to the government. Plans are deposited in offices of Chief Quar termaster at St. Paul, San Antonio, Chicago. San Francisco, Denver, Omaha, Depot Q. M. St. Louis, and Constructing Q. M., Cheyenne. Specifications and In- N S$, C003"t:r D &XJ&'lC, . CJSHjGiO formation will be furnished upon appli cation at this office. Envelopes con taining proposals should be marked "Proposals for Public Buildings" and addressed to Lt- C. C. WInnia, Con structing Quartermaster. "Western Woman Kills Self. New York, N. Y., May 11. A woman believed to be Mrs. O. H. Heynerman, of San Francisco, judging from letters in her possession, committed suicide here by drinking a two ounce bottle of poison. She arrived In New York Mon day. She was -about 30 years of age. Mexican Kisses, 25 Cents. Thursday only, we will sell our own make of delicious 40 cents a pound Mex ican kisses for 25 cents a pound. Potter Drug Co. Bridal Party Arrested. St. Louis, Mo., May 11. Carl Swear ingen, 29 years of age, and his 17 year old bride have been arrested charged with abuse of the mails. Dr. Willis It. Snuxn, ClUn genito urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms 201, 203, Caple's building. Public Land Withdrawn. Washington, D. C, May 11. Secretary Ballinger has temporarily withdrawn from the public domain. 419,901 acres of New Mexico supposed oil land. The ac tion Is based on the report of field in vestigations just completed. Alamo Inn, 314 S. El Paso St. Finest furnished room in city. United Copper Values in Case. New YorK, N. Y., May 11. The value of United Copper stocks was the issue in the trial of F. Agustus Heinze, charged with misappropriation of the funds of the Mercantile National bank. The government has made but little progress in the case. Mexican Kisses, 25 Cents. Thursday only, we will sell our own make of delicious 40 cents a pound Mex ican kisses for 25 cents a pound. Potter Drug Co. Dr. Carpenter, orflce at the Eye and Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming. Ran Autos Too Fast. Charles Richards and J. K. Johnson were arrested Tuesday on a charge of exceeding the automobile speed limit and their case set for hearing Wednes day afternoon. Optimo Olive Oil. This brand is admitted to be the best olive oil on the market and of course we have been appointed the distribut ors for this vicinity. It is imported di- i.rect by us from Bordeaux, France, In 1 1 100 case lots and we are prepared to i meet New York prices on this high class I article. i Jacksoa's Sanitary Grocery, .fnoneidoo. County Cash Is Counted. El Paso county has $170,9S4.42 in the bank. The commissioners met Tuesday afternoon at the National Bank of Com merce and counted the cash, approving the county treasurer's report after the money had been counted. A meeting was called for Wednesday to report on the condition of the Ysleta-Clint road. Fine California Cherries. Don't fail to order, some of those ex tra fancy California cherries which we are receiving dally. They are, by far, the finest ever received in this city. Order some tomorrow and have cherry pie. , Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Burglarj- Charged. Claiborn White and Richard Smith, two negro boys, were arrested by the police Tuesday night on Arizona street. complaint Deing iuauu uiul mey uua ut- tempted to enter a tool nouse. xnurs day morning complaint was made against Smith charging him with burg larizing the Troy laundry and securing therefrom a pair of overalls. Grape Juice That Is Grape Juice. When j-ou order grape juice you are entitled to the best and that is ex actly what you get if your order comes here, because we sell nothing but the celebrated Welch's Grape Juice. It costs no more than the ordinary kind, so why not have the best? Phone us your order. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Saloons Can Keep Open. City attorney Coldwell expresses the opinion that the saloons will not be compelled to close Thursday. Comment ing on the decision the attorney said: "There is no law requiring the saloons to close Thursday during the election, as the election I not In truth anything other than a method adopted by the city council to take the advice of the voters." Sedgwick creamery butter don't get strong in hot weather. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Humane Society Meeting. The Humane society will meet Thurs day evening in the chamber of com merce at 8 ociock. Call for Longwell's hacks at Union depot. PRISON REFORM PLANNED ny STATE PENITENTIARY BOARD Austin, Tex., May 11. The peniten tiary board is meeting here today in governor Campbell's office. S. P. Ben brook, of Houston, secretary in Texas for the National Prison Reform asso ciation, Is present. He plans to bring before the next legislature a scheme for paroling prisoners under the merit sys tem, as well as other reforms. DESPONDENT WOMAN COMMITS SUICIDE Guadalupe Gonzalez, 23 Years Old, Ends Life by Carbolic Acid Route. Guadalupe Gonzales,, who committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid, was found in her home at Tenth street and the alley between Santa Fe and El Paso streets shortly after noon Wednesday. The dead woman was 23 years of age and the wife of Jesus Gonzalez, a car penter, from whom it is said she has been separated for two days. Despon- l Sency Is alleged to have been the cause of the deed. The body was taken by the. woman's mother as soon as she learned of her daughter's death. News that the woman had swallowed acid was telephoned to the police by neighbors, and Dr. French S. Cary, assistant county physician, was called. Upon his arrival at the house, the wo man was still alive but suffering in tensely. She died within a few minutea and before medical assistance was pos sible. A1T&RILI. OBTAINS $5000 JUDGMENT AGAINST G Bu & S. A. Brakeman Alleged Personal Injuries an Asked S4O,00O la Damage Salt Obtaining; Hearing at Del Rie. Del Rio, Texas, May 10. After being out over 40 hours the jury In the case of Averill vs. G., H. &. S. A., a personal injury suit, reported a verdict and awarded the plaintiff $5000. The trial began on May 3. Damages were asked In the sum of $40,000. On April 18, 1909, Mike AveriH, a brakeman In the employ of the G. Kv was Injured in coupling up a train at Cavara station, west of Del Rio. A coupling was missed and in the attempt to couple again Averill was caught be tween the cars and suffered several broken ribs, and, it Is claimed, perma nent internal injuries. The 'railroad, company alleged contributory negli gence, and will, it is understood, appeal from the verdict- SOUTHWESTERN HOSPITAL OPER ATED AT QUARTERLY LOSS OF 91949. The report of the hospital department of the Southwestern for the first quar- ter of 1910, shows that the disburse ments of that department have exceeded the receipts by $1949.58. The receipts for the quarter were $8285.50. o SPECIAL TO RETURN INTACT. The G. E. bankers' special will return. to Houston, after the convention, in tact, at the request of the bankers, who disliked to have fheir luxurious arrange ments disturbed. The T. & P. special has also been parked until after lha convention. PIPE LINE INSTALLED. A pipe line has been installed by tha Southwestern from the water tank at Hachita, N. M., to the section house. It will no longer be necessary for road crews to fill water tanks at the Ha chita section house. o ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. Harris -Campbell, formerly clerk at the Harvey news stand at the union station, left Monday evening for Em poria, Kansas, to take charge of the Harvey news stand there. T. M. Schumacher, formerly general traffic manager of the Southwestern route and later third vice president of the Western Pacific railroad, has re signed his position with the Western Pacific and accepted a position as as sistant traffic director of the Harriman system. Samuel Browne has been employed by the G. H. as switchman. Mrs. J. E. Monroe and children, ac companied by Mrs. Monroe's mother, re turned t .. city Monday from Beau mont, Texas, where they visited rela tives. R. L. McKIbben, traveling passenger agent of the G. H., with headquarters I at San Antonio, is in the city attend ing the bankers, convention. T. J. Anderson, general passenger agent of the G. H. system, Is in El Paso. xienry itose. an employe of the bag gage room at the union station, has re covered from his illness and has been assigned to duty In the checking room at the station. Henry Quast has been employed as baggageman at the union station. Superintendent D. F. Bucker. of the Chihuahua division pf the National Railways of Mexico, spent Tuesday, in EI , Paso, returning to Chihuahua Tuesday aiternoon. ISSUES INVITATIONS TO A HANGING Tucson, Ariz., May 11. Super intendent Thomas H. Ryning. of the Florence penitentiary, is is suing invirations for the hang ing of Francisco Marquez, con victed of the murder of Peter Hodges, at Yuma. Marquez Is- to be executed May 27. HOW TO VOTE OX THURSDAY At the election Thursday, every per son holding a poll tax receipt Is en titled to vote. The election is not lim ited to taxpayers, but every qualified voter will have a voice. In preparing joar ballot, mark out the proposition for raising the rates to the present water company, and leave unmarked the proposition to lssne the bonds ef the city for the purpose of purchasing: the present waterworks. The alternative is sonarely presented between the two propositions, one to purchase the pres ent plant and establish municipal owner ship of waterworks, the other to raise the rates to the present company ap proximately 73 percent over and above the rates heretofore paid. Vote for ti pnrchae of the present works and mu nicipal ownership, and vote n gainst rata raising.