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Ifondav. Julv 18. 1910.
MF, SOCIETY WOMEN POLITICAL PARTIES ACTIVE AT DEMING-. WOULD FLY OVER I ATLANTIC OCEAN i Walter Wellmpn, who, in company ' with Mel in Vaniman. will make the' first a ti'al i'in to cr s-- tli- iltn- LEAD NEW DANCE Mrs. i:. Gordon Douglass fabove) and Mrs. Reginald Vanderbil (below) -who were the leaders in tho Spanish dance Socialists Enter Field Lu na County's Complexion a Question. Deming, X. M., July IS. Politics are "Harming up in Luna, county. The Re- i publican county convention is called . EH Big Bargains in Slightly Used foyt Undamaged I SiS" IlllPlsKiMte vi I &&MRC 4 I for July 30, and the call asks "all Be- ; Jlr 'esi fe vTgj . - -a. Values up to $45, your choice 1 f liillM Commencing Monday and continuing until Thursday, or as long as they last, vre will offer our complete line of slightly used coal ranges, all makes, with hot "water back attachment, in excellent condition, and you can have your choice, if you come early, for tnly 45.50 Mattresses, Special at $3.75 The best bargain in mattresses you ever had all new and retail regular for $5.50. As long as they last you get your choice (f Q pyff PJ kJ for $2.50 Kitchen Tables at $1.25 $1.25 Something everyone needs an their home. Some of these tables "were used for a few days, but you could not telL They are worth from $1.75 to $2.25. We offer them during the week for only. HARRY & CO. MEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE 422 San Antonio Sf. Bell Telephons 542 REINSTATEMENT IS DENIED TO BEDWELL Kentucky Racing Associa tion Rules Against Well Known Horseman. Lexington, Ky., July IS. H. G. Bed well, the California and Denver turf man who made the biggest hauls during the Juarez. Mexico, track season, has been ruled off the Z.aton!a track for keeps. His application for reinstate ment to the Kentucky Racing asso ciation commission was refused by that bcdy late Saturday. Kay Spencer, another horseman who was ruled off on the charge of stimu lating the horses, the same charge that Was preferred gainst Bed-well, was reinstated. Thomas H. McBeery, -who -was connected Ttith the Bedwell stable es trainer, -was also reinstated. In the case of McCreery it was held that the evidence before the commission failed to disclose the administration of a drug to Nadzu by him or any au thorized agency or employe of McCreery. ARIZONA LABOR MEN SOMEWHAT DIVIDED .fi STATISTICAL BALI, DOPE. A By Art "Woods. 4- The Tucson Typographical Union Members Bolt Con- Tention Held at Phoenix Tucson, Ariz., July IS. At a meet ing of the Workingmen's Protective association here, there was a heated discusion over endorsing the prin ciples of the socalled "Labor party," which was organized at Phoenix, but the association did not endorse the newly formed party, members state. Of the Labor party, H. H. Wynkoop. who represented the Tucson local of the Typographical union In the Phoe nix convention, and who bolted the convention, says: "I went to Phoenix with an honest hope that something of real benefit to the cause of labor might be accom plished, but when the minority report of the credentials committee was adopted over the majority report, T saw that the convention was in the hands of Socialists." i 'My 1 v I3SobIh wfl AMUSEMENTS.. The bill this week will surpass any for some months at the popular family theater, the only and original picture 'b -J" 4 C ! 5" "1" "P j of Ellison Carroll the world's champion in ms exniomon or roping anj tieing a steer in 17 seconds, with detailed de- I scription of the life of a cowboy, most interesting and realistic picture is an exclusive, and there is a big royalty charged for it, will be shown Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with usual line of vaudeville. This is a banner bill, and must be seen to be appreciated: they will have on seven people in a big show for 10c and 20c The Patersons, presenting a comedy sketch introduc ing, ventrilliquist, a pair of midgets, black art singing and dancing, a laugh every minute. .Al Fisher, that ebony comedian or the funny man in black, is a good singer, good talker and some dancer. Burton and Bradt in their original comedy sketch, the Piano Mover. Very laugha ble, and witty and a decided hit. This bill will hold forth three days and is well selected and will be very entertain ing and amusing, entire change of pro gram Thursday. Don't miss the big features above. Get the habit, follow the crowd, have your sorrows assassinated. Happy Hour every night, two shows, 10c and 20c. 7:45 and 9. Mattinees discontinued publicans and citizens of the county i irrespective of cast nartv affiliation. vi ho are in favor of framing a eonsti- ' itiuuu jui Lut; new Mutt, tut pimiMwns i of -which -will equally protect the lights j and liberties of the whole people in the ; fullest measure." to participate. 1 The current Graphic contains the an- I nouncement of S. Lindauer as the So- j cialist candidate for election to the , constitutional convention. The an- j nouncement also states a few of the j things for which socialism stands, sucn t as the initiative, the referendum and the recall and the public ownership of j all natural monopolies. It points out j that we now have many socialistic , measures in actual operation and that the socialist movement "so far as the machinery of government is concerned, stands for every device which enables ! the people to express and enforce their will in go ernmental matters; and so fas as the end of government goes, for every measure that makes for a more equitable distribution of the goods produced by land, labor and capital " Democrats l'lan Contention. T?he Democrats have not as yet called their convention, but they will do t-o shortl. Announcements are out, stat ing that John Corbett will :e a candi date for nomination by the Democratic convention as delegate to the constitu tional convention. Mr. Corbett is n old-timer, a successful business man, and identified with the Democratic par ty of Luria county from the beginning. It is likely, however, that senator J. X. I'pton, a prominent ranchman from up the Mimbres, and a delegate to the last constitutionals-convention, will contest the nomination with him. And another prominent Democrat is being mentioned frequently in this connection. So there will be a hot and friendly mixup among the Democrats before the nomination is made, but of course they ill not be out in their real war paint until after the nomination is made and they are called upon to maintain their old time supre macy in Luna county. Tnere were 5SS otes cast in the last election in Luna county. Larazolla car ried the county over Andrews by a ma jority of 123 votes. Twenty votes were cast for Metcalfe, the Socialist candi date. And it must be remembered that Andrews was making his fight strictly on the issue of statehood, and statehood is popular in Luna county. New Residents 3Iny Change Vote. Since the last election, also, the coun ty has been filling up with people from i cvprvvi'horo Tn nnA Tnwnsliir smith to the strain of Panca Des Rosas, at Qf tQwn th(?re are setUers from the four the dinner recently given by Mr. and cQrner stateg Qf the un one famHy Mrs. George H. Md adden at Newport. from Ma Qne frQm California one Since then the dance has become the . from FIOrida and one from Washingt0n. latest fad and nearly every one who pre- Immi ation into Luna county since the lenus to uanciiig in - eiur -- I last election is absolutely without po ticmg it and no dinner is complete with- m,, rtmwtrt enm m,inf!1!n tn out it. Mrs. Vanderbilt and Mrs. Doug- Railroads, Steamship Lines, Hotels, Etc, throughout the world honor and accept the "A. B. A." TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. Very easy to negotiate, because Self-identifying. Not available to finder or thief, in case of loss or theft. Convenient denominations. Take them, on your trip. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, El Paso, Tex. tic ocean in an air nip this summer. Ti men expert to tart the 'attr part oi August or early in September from a base somewhere m New York city. The airship in which the voyage" will be started Is the great motor balloon known as the America, especially con structed for the Wellman polar expedi tion. A Marconi wireless telegraph equipment will be carried and "vTell man hopes to keep In constant Commu nication with the offices ashore and steamships. SSaSES EL PASOANS FLOCK TO COOL CLOUDCROFT C, R. MOREHEAD, President. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier- JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. IT. BASSETT, Vice Prea. L- J. GILCHRIST, Ass'L Cash. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AKD PROFITS, 175,000. i A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY. Three Coach Loads Arrive. Saturday Xight Dance a Success. lass were the recipients of much ap plause for their graceful execution of the beautiful number. MARFA CHURCH FOLIC HATE BIG AVATERMELOX SOCIAL Xew Families Move Into Town; Many Guests of Social Set: Personal and General Xctik Xotes. WHERE THEY PLAY TUESDAY. National. New York at Cincinnati. Boston at Bittsburg. Brooklyn at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. American. Bt. Ivouis at New York. Detroit at Boston. Cleveland at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. Texas. Ft. TVorth at Waco. Shreveport at Houston. Dallas at Galveston. TV. 4S 43 39 40 36 33 33 30 28 31 32 37 48 43 44 49 Pet. .632 .5S1 .549 .519 .486 .434 .429 .3S0 L.. 24 31 32 36 39 45 45 51 Pet. .684 .597 .590 .544 .455 .408 HOW THEY STAND. National. P. Chicago 76 New York. 74 Pittsburg. 71 Clncninati 77 Philadelphia. . . 74 Brooklyn 76 Bt. Louis 77 Boston 79 American. P. TV. Philadelphia. 76 52 New York. 77 46 Boston 7S 46 Detroit. 79 43 Cleveland 72 33 Chicago., 76 31 Washington 75 30 St. Louis 74 23 Texas. P. TV. Dallas 89 51 Houston 86 49 Ft. Worth 55 48 San Antonio. . S9 49 Galveston 90 45 Oklahoma Citj' 84 42 Shreveport. 90 41 Waco S3 2"4 Cactus. P. TV. Douglas 34 21 jVIorencl 20 12 8 .600 Bisbee 24 13 11 .542 Cananea. 24 12 12 .500 El Paso 29 13 16 .448 Clifton 19 4 15 .211 Mrs. A. M. Loomis and her daughter Inlaw, Mrs. B, Loomis, left Sunday on the Golden State for New York. ANOTHER HIT AT AIRDOME. Over 1000 people were at the Airdome Sunday night to see the new bill, arid to say that the show made a hit ns to put it mildly. "A Ficticious Noblemnn" .400 was the play and it Is certainly a laugh .311 producer. Everv character nmc oveon. tionally well played and every situation L. Pet. ; created much merriment. There were .573 j 14 musical numbers and . the final of .570 j the first act was another of those nov- .565 i elties which the Airdome andinnoM on- joy so much. At the finish of th snnsr .551 .500 .500 .456 .2S9 L. Pet. 13 .61S Haymon Krupp, proprietor of the Ba zaar, left Sunday for New York. Marfa, Tex., July IS. A social was given at the opera houe by the women of the Christian church. A .musical pro gram was given after whicfc 'Watermelon was served. Mrs. George Stead, of Sanderson, is here on a visit to her mother. Mrs. Far mer. , Miss Willie Ellison spent several days with Mrs. R. R- Smith at the ranch. Miss Thalia Gillet. of Alnine. and Miss Rose Brack of San Antonio, will give booster. a concert at the opera house. Mr. and Mrs. Lackland have gone to Christine, Tex. Miss Estervale Secrest is spending the j ween at Alpine, tne guest oi -urs. j. l. Jackson. Mr. C. C. Goldrup and daughter, Mrs. A. V. Mays, of Fort Davis, have gone to Sachrille, Canada, to spend the sum mer. Mr. and Mrs. James Poole and Miss Jessie Woodward have returned from j Van Horn. j W. TV. TVeatherford, of Dilley, Tex., j has moved his family here. Mr. Dilley j has purchased the meat market from J W. T. Davis. J Miss McCracken, of Housville, is visit- ' ing her brothers, R. S. and B. Z. Mc- Cracken. t C. E. Spalding and TV. E. Mahon have gone to Hot Springs, Candelarla. I Miss Eula C. Jones, of Eutopia, has ' been elected one of the teachers In the I public school to take the position for merly held bv Miss Laura Wilson litical complexion. Some maintain that there have been more Democrats come in, others that there have been more Republicans; the writer, who is in as good a position to know as anyone, is of the opinion that the Republicans have a little the best of it. Another confusing circumstance, is the fact that the Socialist candidate has been identified with the Democratic party heretofore and has many warm pergonal friends among the Democrats. Besides this, the Socialistic views which he is emphasizing in nis cam paign are in line with the views of the more radical Democrats. So it is quite certain that the Socialist candidate will draw more support from the Democratic party than from the Republican. Ely May Head Republicans. It is generally conceded that Hon. Ralph C. Ely will be the Republican nominee. Mr. Ely is especially popular with the new comers, being a pioneer in Irrigation in Luna county and u. Olrs. IV. S. Tilton.) Cloudcroft, N. M., July 19. Three i coacn loads ot excursionists came up Saturday and. as the weather was per fect, a more propitious time could not have been selected. Sunday arrivals numbered 120 passengers 'from El Paso. The ballroom was crowded Saturday night and every number was enjoved Mrs. Howard Beacham is entertaining Mis Nina B. TVarnock, of Alamogordo. Miss Warnock is a very entertaining musician. Mrs. J. L. CumminfJs, of Beaumont and niece. Miss Ernestine Faulk, of San An tonio, are up for the rest of the sea son. Mrs. George McQuaH, of San Antonio, and sister, Mi;: Birdie Hawkins, of El Paso, have taken the Williams cottage for a few weeks. Mrs. J. A. Happer and Mrs E. R- t Carpenter are chaperoning a house party composed of Miss Frances Clark and Miss Ruth McCurdy, Walter Arnold and Garnett King. J. C Driscoll, of Baltimore, Md., is a visitor here. H. C. Curtis and TV. D. Parrotr. of Dal las, made a J-,ort visit here on their may to join a house party at Seattle. . CITY NATIONAL BANK EL PASO, TEXAS UNITED STATES DEPOSITAEY Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons A. G. Andreas , E- Kohlberg E. Blcmenthal J. F. Williams J. H. Mar YOUR BAXnONG BUSINESS IS RESPECTFTJLLYTNVTTED Trust Co. The Rio Grande Valley Bank & EL PASO, TEXAS. Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAVELERS' CHECKS ana LETTERS OF CREDIT available in any part of the world. Before leaving on your European trip consult us and avoid trouble or possible loss. W. W. Turney, President. W. Gooley, Vice-Prest. and Mgr. S. T. Turner, Vice-President. W. E. Arnold. Cashier. H. E Christie, Secretary. F. TI. Tlurchison. sst. Cashier. To Parole Federal Prisoners. Washington, Juiy IS. Preliminary step have been taken at the deparf- i ment of justice for putting into, effect I the law enacted at the last session of congress for paronng United States prisoners. All in all, thi three-cornered fight in Luna county promises to be a warm one. BRITISHER OPPOSES WOMAN SUFFRAGE Premier Asquih of the Br'ti?h parlia ment. vho reien'ly made .1 strong NEW REPUBLICAN SECRETARY J IS NAMED AT ROSWEI,!, Roswell, N. M.. July 18. At a meet ing of the Republican county central committee secretary de Freest submit ted his resignation and Robert Kella- hin 'was linanimmilv rl'ncrn tn fill fhn i "Cnrsirl q PTioin se v. ,, ! . .... ... .-. ' . - ,. "-""'""" - i"e auiij, an eiec- j unexpirea time, it was decided to hold i ",L """u aienune is brought onthe a delegate convention for the nomlna stage with a real live Cupid (Master Joe tlon of ur candidates for the con 2?J tuSL 1? ne f lhG m effeC" stltutlonal convention on Saturday. Au-bUlv1naTweSeeknhere-TheSameiSt . Roswell. and the precinct imiYt:iii.iuii win ue iiiiia eunesaay. ROSWELT, OIL FIXD REPORTED. Roswell, N. M., Julv 18. J. TV Weston an oil expert of California claims that he has discovered a vein of oM which runs ill a southwestely direction from Clovis and is west of this city. July 27. WANTED Citizens to see the super ior bill this week at the Happy Hour, Ellison's great feature, with seven peo ple in new vaudeville. 10c and 20c two "hows nightly, 745 and 9. REPUBLICANS ELECTRIC CLOCK ON CITY BANK BUILDING The poor man";; watch, ap electric clock, with an illuminated dial, is hetnp- j set up on the roof of the Citv National bank building. The clock will be regu lated by the Western Union and will be operated in connection with an elec tric talking sign. The precinct conventions for all precincts in the coun ty will be held on July 23rd5 and the county convention on July SOth. Won't you make it your business to attend your precinct convention, and endeavor to see that none but good men are elected as precinct chairmen, and that equally good men are sent to the county convention, as delegates? . ' On Jnly the 30th the county convention will be held. Attend this in person, and assist in nominating a ticket of good men for county officers. The State convention at Dallas undoubtedly will put out a strong ticket Make it your business to see that all of our Republicans stay out of the Democratic pri maries this year. It seems that in the Democratic primaries prohibition is a burn ing question. For a prohibitionist to go into the primaries means that he may have to pledge himself to vote for an anti-prohibitionist for governor, and for an anti to go in means that he may have to pledge himself to vote for a prohibitionist for governor. Good citizens can afford to wait and choose between the platforms and candidates of the two parties in November. U. S. GOEN, County Chairman. (Advertisement.) ." Jlii&P ISlHi - IMP' i&m. 9sSSi!lt:lsIL ;fflfi p r iiilll v JH ' - mBuSm. JH j&sm$mEz$m, mmsmm rv ,1M - l&MMm , m S'cy' & " A xaL KBBtlSiMV. ifflwiMliILi i i ifii t if in i nK ?,i fSM -J Ufa s 1 B A CHECKING ACCOUNT All bl.ls such as rent, taxes, store accounts, etc . are not conveniently paid by check. When vou deposit all of your mont and pay all accounts by diawing your f'A own personal cne k, ou can easily Keep a correct ree--Ps arA nf VftllP tnprtr. a-nrt k"r"nrc TAraAwa -,., .. w4 -... ., . .... -... . -v.v., .vu llll r.14 always keep the cecks wnen returned b the bank as 23 receipts an endor and paid check is the best re ceipt. Nadine Face Powder Produces a Beautiful Complexion. s-. ft 7 Soft and Velvety. speeh against The Shackleton Woman Suffrage bill. He det lared that if wo men had a vote they must inevitably have seats in parliament and might take the speaker's chair or sit in the cabinet. The house of commons, by a vote of 299 to 190 patted the second reading of the bill. In Green Boxes Only. Pure, Harmless. Guaranteed. THE soft, velvety appearance remains until washed off. Purified by a new process. Harmless as water. Pre vents sunburn or return of discolorations. White, Flesh, Pink, Brurette. 50c. by Toilet Counters or Mail Money bsck if not entirelr pleated. Prepared by WATIOXAL TOILCT COAfPANY. Paris. Tenn. Sold by Kelly & Poliawl and all dru tplstij. DAILY EEGOED. Deeds Filed. Corner Alan.cdo a enue and Copia street. East El Paso T. J. Beall and Margaret Beall to George Karako , lots 15 and 15, block 23 of the East El Paso addition: consideration 31550. Magoffin addition, Tays street V. J'. and Mrs. A. .T. Baron to W. M. McGow an and Xettie McGowan. lots 4 and 5, block 54, in Magoffin's addition; con sideration $400. French addition Benancia L.eahy to Etauiseado Hernandez, lots 27 and 2S, j kln.t. O -T T - -.i; ? J " uijjrv oi r rencn aaunum; considera tion S300. Harry Corning and Mary Corning to Sinica Otis Bottorff, lots 33 and the east half of lot 32, in block 76 of the Franklin Heights addition; considera tion loOU. . Magoffin Homestead addition B. F. Tenkins to Mrs. Etta Wells and TV. B. Well-?, lot S and east half of lot 7. In Mock 3 of the Magoffin Homestead ad dition. ( nnsicVration $1250 I.iieen!ed to "Wed. Tr-,, m- Washington and Tracy E. A Baldhead is No Toke in deed it is really criminal neg ligence for a man to loose his hair when it 73 "" ucn it taxi casny oe u wU.w. , . 4V..T, pinv.cn.iuu ui PARISIAN SAGS The Money Back Cure for All Diseases of the Scalp Parisian Sage is the great certain remedv for all disMei !8 of rhft T-lnir nr (oiln T. ,v fS& guaranteed to cure dandruff m two weeks; it will stop falling hnir- it- will -mi1r. -fViC T,: .u . . ... '"""- iuiu iia.ii tjm strong and sturdy. Parisian yi Sage is the best Hair Dressing J made. It is not sticky or greasy; it has an invigorating jpij effect on the scalp and it is ab !& solutely certain to make the hair soft, glossy and luxuriant. i am now usinz me second Dottle of 3 ", !T W A- Ed Jraso teank & I rust Usl 319 San Antonio Si. Solicits Your Patronage Capital Stock $100,000 R. M. TURNER, Pres i A. K KERR, Cashier L B,aMaB f BBi"gg"ggl "' T, .Mill F. P. JONES, V-Pres EEH. CREWS, AssL Cash'r. s your ransian iajf and can notice a new erowth of hair appearincr. I am B fea( dad to say it is a darker, color than t va -my nair was before I became bald. HARRY REED. 10 Manhattan St.. Rochester. N. Y. Parisian SajJe is sold -with the dealers dnaruateeto do all that ive claim for it or money back. For Sale and Guaiantsed by Kelly & Pollard it lis i'va Oil PIS VIA ' tilways c TE Prom El Paso to the following points and return: 13 SWix SSf MB II Tf5 WHOLESALE. I J IMIIJJNFRY I ! 8 - ii i I OSS INTHESOUTHWST. Li I i c UiXfi i U. S. Cy. Ajraas Cahentes $25.55 Chihuahua 6.75 t'claya 30.90 Cuernavaca 38.50 Durango 21.60 Guadalajara 34.80 C.uviajuato 29.90 Jiminez .' 11.05 Mexico City 36.30 Monterrey 23.00 Parral y. 12.90 U. S. Cy. Puehla $40J)5 Queretaro 31.75 San Luis Po4o3i 29.15 Santa Rosalia 9.79 Silao 29.25 Torrcon 15.45 Tampico 3259 Tampico 37,45 Vera Cruz 44.95 Zacateeas 23.3: Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week during June, July, August and September, limit of thirty "days from date of sale without stopover privileges. For further information call on or address ' PyLHEHY, City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas. z3 Trv III m&m& 1 ii J ill I Baker j m jj". nTm-.wtwj..