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0( Tnesdav, Julv 19, 191G. JTJ9LCJ OP ? DEMING MAW HURT IN HONDALE WELL. Clothes Torn From Bodv bv Shaft Democratic Pri maries Called W. A. Mitchell is a candidate for constable of ,ecinct Xo. 1. being the El Paso precinct. He is opposed by Domingo Montoya, a citrarmiker by trade, ami a native of El Paso county. An unbiased comparison of the records A the two candidates is invited. Mont ova is ranking the race upon his merits. He i an PArnpst. k,tpptp man nf iinnmtinnpd clraracier and inteirritv He has from 'l S vouth earned a living bv din-: of honorable toil. He has reared a large famil... )'f in the hospital here uevre nis cnnnrcn n-n :. , , " Dealing, X. M., July 19. G. I. Dailey, while working in the well of C. E. Berry at Hondale, fell and was caught by the revolving- shaft. Before the machinery eouki be stopped, the turning bhaft had trtTl ttrT"l- .ill 1.5. -tifnn sff " I il O I I i.r.,, ... . -o - ..,.., i,M ,! Campbell's addition on the corner of ! take., out unconscious. : Santa Fe and Fourth streets The cover . f.. .1.1,. ,r -...i x...., .,. IS tO Oe Ol UHtiv. a- " "v; --..i ..- watersoftening; I pe8t So Sore g Jn i i J VgJ lijriJi'i'tWSl PLANT UNDER WAY. Street Car Company the Builder Two Other Per mits Issued. The Stone & Webster corporation is building a water softening plant at the electric light plant. The corporation has asked permission of the city to erect a cover for this plant on lot. 1 In ankle was irariured in with whom he spends his nights. He has .tnv?d to educ make them worthy men and women, of any. I foi July i3 ""1 H TM11 c? uiuiutsu;,, ..t.vsov., lOftA runaway, is i "at anu . . .- -- rne oniy uun-i jiuiua 'utu "ii day by building inspector Haggart were one for an adobe House in woou- are called More than this can be said of few men, :i . Mrg Poutius d children have ; lawn addition, to Manuel Cordova, to , n ti..k.... -.... o.. ,- o i cost $50. and another to J. C. orthing- cost ?50, and another to J. C. Worthing- ton for a coal and wood house on lots IS 19 and 20 in block 40 of the Frank- ing his sister here for a few days, has lm Heights audition. The value of this rone to Plttsburjr and Chicago for a few wekv' visit with relatives. J. E. Marteeny. who has been visit- returned to his home In Las Cruces. Miss Ethel Hyatt has gone to her home near Nutt" Station, where she will spend her vacation. Senator J. N. Upton is in town. BRANDENBURG- TO BLAOKWELLS ISLAND. , was given as $40. Deeds Filed. Washington Park addition "W. B. Latta.to J. O. Buquor, jr., lot 14, block 2; .consideration ?400; July 2, 1010. El Paso county I. J. Conger to J. Jo- Kogers, all of section seve.i, in block j 71, township seven, Texas and Pacific railway survey: consideration $12S0; j June 26, 1910. "Romeho. Tex. Minnie May McCor- Couldn't Walk Down Stairs T1Z Cured Her Quick. i i'iiMW lf I For Rent In New I Herald Building I Domingo Montoya, Candidate .for Constable. W. A. Mutchell has had a long career as a police officer in this city. For several years past he has been commissioned as a deputy sheriff, but has not becji on the sheriff's pay roll. Like many who have held office, he wants another, having lost the one he had. As a deputy sheriff he is not known to have per formed any service in that capacity, unless th testimony he gave on behalf of Max Miller, on trial for murder at Abilene, can be called a service. The people of El Paso have not forgotten the killing cf young Tirrley by Max MiXer, and the public, at the time of Millers acquittal at Abilene, bitterly resented the acts of those deputies from the sheriff's office who went to Abilene to testify in behalf of Miller's good reputation in this city. It was well known that Miller frequently had trouble prior to the killing, and that he had paid at least cue fine for whip ping his wife Tihe official transcript of the stenographer's notes of Mr. Mitchell's testi mony at Abilene shows that Mitchell nvas a witness for the defendant. The testi mony as given by him at that time is, in part, as foHows: Q. Where do you live? A. 'In El Paso. L Q. Are you an officer? A- Yes, sir. Q. What officer? A. Deputy sheriff, now. Q. How long have you known Mr. Miller? A. About thirteen years. Q. To what extent have you known himj'intimaftely or otherwise? A The last seven or eight yeaTs T have known him pretty intimately. Q. Do you know the general reputation there in El Paso, did you know it, prior to this trouble, of Mr. Miller, as to whether or not he was a law-abiding and peaceable citizen, or otherwise? A. Yes, sir. K. What was that reputation? , A. His reputation was good. . The foregoing is but a small portion of the testimony -given by Mitchell in behalf of the defendant. His, testimony in full may be seen "at Democratic head quarters on South Stanton street. '' Mitchell does not now hold any office other than that of deputy sheriff. He is not to be confused with R. A. Mitchell, present constable. The iaoter will not be a candidate in the Democratic primaries. Domingo Montoya is deserving in every way of the office he seeks. He has the confidence and esteem of all who know him. A vote for him will be a vote in the interest of good citizenship. (Advertisement.) If you have sore feet, tired feet, sweaty feet, lame feet, tender feet. i lioracno, u.ex. Axinuie -ia.y !"--"- l ,.mniv fpp. f.ono oillniics or bunions. l"v iiiu-i,.i.Hv wiv., ... i7 -,nf1 i0r ii in DiocK 11. in lug luw" A t ,-;n miv nm Tfn xr- of Boracho. El Paso county, Tex.; con- J Crockett says. "Atter the second treat sideration $60; Januarj- 28, 1910. j nient sj,e talked dovnstnirs one foot Altura Park Altura Realty company j at a tUac. Shc hns not been able to to Mary Maffer, lots 31 and 32, in block j 1Tnik downstairs before la pant five 12. fronting on Louisville street; con- 'jeHrfc esrept bj stepping dovni on each sideration ?C00; September, 1909. step i, one foot at n time. This Is Altura Park Altura Realty company j remnrknble. Send five more boxen." to George Bishopberger, lots 27 and ( Xo matter what ails your feet or 28. in block S of the Altura Park addi- ivhat under heaven you have used with tion to El "Paso, facing on Louisville i out getting relief, just use T I Z. It's donbur awa'ting examination on a chrge of I cashing a -uorthless chwk for $50, was arraigned in police court on a charge elms Brothers co. is incorporated The incorporation papers of the Ellis Bros'. Printing Company have been fil ed with the secretary of state at Aus tin. The capital stock is given at $100,000 and the company is a reorgani zation of the original Ellis Brothers' company, which has a printing plant on South Oregon street. The stockholders in the reorganized company, which recently bought the Gus Momsen building, are: H. Y. Ellis, W. T. Ellis, C. B. Stevens, judge F. E. Hunter, A, L. Sharpe, W. W. Turney, Gus Momsen, A. G. Foster, Dr. H. E. Not a minute should oe lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, will I continent Stevenson, T. J. Holland, TV. L. Tooley and Max Weber. Let us suggest a r.&.zy frozen desert -Phone the Elite, anytime. KRAXK RICH BOOSTS FAIR. Secretary Frank Rich of the Fair as sociation 14ft Tuesday morning for Ari zona on a business trip for the fair He will be away a week and will arrange for an advertising campaign throughout the territory for he big fair, featuring the statehood day celebration, which is to be held Novemoer three. prevent the attack. Sold by all drug gists. "Well Known Horseman Dies. New Orleans, La., July 19. The death here of J.- Barker Harrison removes a figure knoivn for piany years as one of the lead In jt turf operators of the He was secretary-treasurer I j.? a3str x&fm&g&L. x 8 1 I Br siilill! 1 v -wrW: S 3 I 5. a.. "w ? 2SSS 8 1 I w - ill I r . M3S&8mm , Q i ?wmmK.- i ! 'flMW '.' i 1 fllsBSp 8 s5 , 1 street; consideration 10; December 16, 1909. ' Government Hill addition Govern ment Hill company to Mary I. Stanton, lots 17, 18. IS and 20, in block 90 of the Government Hill addition to El j Paso; consideration 525; July 12, 1910. El Paso county F. H. Flowers to J. B. Rogers, sections 24, 4S and 47, In block 6S of the public school land; con sideration ."i000; June 27. 1910. Boracho, Tex. J. W. Balke, trustee of different. It acts right off. It cures sore feet to stay cured. It's the only foot remedy ever made which acts on the principle of drawing out all the poisonous exudations which cause sore feet. Powders and other remedies merely clog up the pores. T I Z cleans them out and keeps them clean. You will feel better the first time it's used. Use it a week and you can forget you ever had sore feet. There is nothing on earth that csi compare with it. T I Z Is for sale by all druggists, 25c per box. the West. Texas Tounslte company to I or direct, if you wish, from Walter Lu- Mrs Teck Simnson, lot 10 in block 10, in the town of Boracho, Tex.; consid eration 30; January 26. 1910 Boracho, Tex. J. TV". Balke, trustee for West Texas Townslte company to J. T. Simpson, lot 7, in block 23. in the town of Boracho; consideration 30; May 2, 1910. Altura Park addition M. F. Farns worth and Lelia Farnsworth to George TV. Sharp, lots 13, 14. 15 and 16 In block 29 of the Altnra Park addition J to El Paso; consideration 1000; July 11, 1910. T7T Picn Aiint T.ii. Hiinn fn A "EM ' liott,the undivided half interest in sec- ; tion 1, township 9, block 66, in El Paso county, containing 6S2 acres and situ ated one and one-half miles from, "Van Horn; consideration S13G4; September 3, 1909. Boracho, Tex. J. TV. Balke, trustee of the West Texas Townslte company to J. W. Cason, lot 7. in block 43, in the'town of Boracho, Tex.; consideration 30; January 28. 1910. Licenced to Wed. John Vogel to Luz Munez. E. M. Coffee to Ethel Cashin. ther Dodge & Co.. Chicago, III: Recom mended and sold by Knoblauh Druj Co.. Inc. j YES KING PLEADS FOE COUNTRYMAN. of abandonment made by Valine Bran denburg, his first wife. The magistrate ordered him to pay her 5 -a week and to furnish 'a bond as guarantee of the payments, in de fault of which he was to go to Black wTell's Island for six months. Brandenburg failed to produce ' a bondsman and was held. "IV ANTED Ladies to know that the bill this week is one of unusual quality at the Happy Hour, five acts, three big features, for 10c and 20c. SILVER CITY MEri APPEAR IN J.VEW .LATHING COSj-jIES. of the Crescent City Jockey club when racing -teas legislated out of Louisiana. s ummer Coti irtsl Everybody has Lis own Summer Concerts at Home, if he owns an ) EDISON PHONOGRAPH, or a ! VICTOR TALKING MACHINE Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan. "W. G. Walz Company Create Sensation on Main Street of Town by Wearing Gunnysacks Heaviest Rainfall of the Season. Silver Oity. X. M.. July 19. Eleven young business men and clerks of the town created a sensation here by ap pearing robed in gunnysacks. The marched in a body on the principal busi ness street to the swimming pool, a sh fj t distance below town. Man" oople were horrified, but no arrests have been made. Dr. Fred Mercer has gone to Denver, where he will attend the meeting of the national association of dentists. William Batc, Avho owns Ianre ranch property and cattle on the upper Hila. is in town and reports rain general in that section. W. W. Knox and Sam Richardson, two prominent cattlemen, were in from their ranches near Rcdrock, for the purcfia&e of ranch supplies. The heaviest rain of the season, ae- j com panic.! bv a ureau, dea-1 of hail, fell nere. .a. large now or water -assea through town in the washed out arnn'a on Main street. EL PASO RETAILERS WILL GIVE REBATES. Plan for Trade Extension During Pall and Big Exposition. At a special meeting of the directors of the Retail Merchants's league, held Monday afternoon it was decided to in augurate the rebate plan for purchasers coming to El Paso from all parts of the southwest. The plan will begin opera tion on September 12, and will con tinue until September ISth. Coupons will be given with each purchase made at the stores of the members of the league and these coupons will be re deemable In cash for the railroad fares at a central office where the refund will be handled by a representative of the league. The same arrangements will be made during the EI Paso fair and it is ex pected that these rebates will become a regular feature of the Merchants's league activities. The rebates which will be offered by the merchants are to be advertised throughout the territory surrounding El Paso and it is expected that a large number of shoppers will take advantage of the opportunity to come to El Paso to shop at the expense of the El Paso merchants. Butte Police Chief Suspended. Butte, Mont., July 19. Chief of po lice Winne. against whom charges of misapplication of funds have been pre- f erred, has been suspended from office by mayor Nevin pending an inquiry into the case by the police commission. DAVIDSON FRIENDS PLANS FOR MEETING Secure Crawford Theater for Tuesday ISTight Ward Will Speak. A mass meeting will be held in the interest of the candidacy of R. V. Da vidson this evening at S oclock at the Crawford (theater. The speaker of the evening rlli be R. H. Ward, of El Paso, formerly of San Antonio, Tex., who was assistant attorney general under Tom Smith 10 years ago. A circular calling attention to the , meeting is being distributed and bears the signature.5 of T. C. Lea. jr., Victor C. Moore, TV. J. Buie, S. P. TVoisiger Percy McGhee. R. F. Davis, Ballard Coldwell, W. S. McMath. F. TV. Freeman, T. A. Falvey, TV. H. Scet. Charles Owen, A. TV. BIttick, G. W. Cook, Charles H. Escot. E. T. Moore, jr., C. TV. Harral. Paul Boykin, George B. OKver, M. Na gle. Randolph Terrv and R. B. Roman. Of these signers, 12 are lawyers, one a doctor, one teacher, four merchants, one barber, one electrical worker. Union 1 labor is also represented. Talking Machine Dept. 103 El Paso Street. July Records jSTow on Sale. it I ' 1 I I v Kodaks, Photo Supplies I0SI ! JW Supplies for Engineers, Architects and Artists FINE KODAK FINISHING FRED J. FE El Paso, Tex. When You Think Of the pain which many women experience with every month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associ ated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle. While in general no woman rebels against what she re gards as a natural necessity there is no woman who would not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain. Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well, and gives them freedom from pain. Jt establishes regularity, subdue s inflam mation, heals ulceration and cures fe male weakness. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence strictly private and sacredly confidential. Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med cal Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to curs hem at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing filj, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers. handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. Hofficker Gets Continuonce. Judge Lea Hears Many Cases. After several yards of Chinese had been torn off by one Yee King and his interpreter, judge Lea allowed the Yee boy to go Monday afterneon without the usual police court souVenir in the way of a small fine. Officers Cap linger and Miller arrested two China boys on suspicion of being In this coun try without the necessary papers. The arrest was made at the Sheldon hotel and when the aliens were placed under arrest, Yee King demanded that the be turned loose, as they were cousins of his. Officer "Cap" could not. see it that way-'and took them to the police station. With the assistance of an interpreter, Yee 'told his story in Chinese. Judge Lea listened to the recital of the China-man's woes and after giving him a lec ture turned him loose. The case of L. TV. Hoffecker. charged with fighting, was called and after Hof fecker stated his case he .was allowed to go on his own recognizance until Tuesday afternoon. Hbffcker stated that he had trouble .with a walking del egate of a labor union who tried to have him discharged as superintendent of the construction work at the Popular store. Tlu usual vagrancy cases were heard before judge Lea Monday afternoon. J. H. Richmond, who said he had no regular job but had the promise of one at Sweetwater, on the Orient line, was given until 4 o'clock Tuesday to get out of town. ' Lola Rodriguez, who was arrested by officer Harold and arraigned on a charge of vagrancy, was discharged by tne police court judge after the evi dence had been heard. Two Mexicans, Guadalupe Guardera and Porfirio Salas, who were arrested by officer Cherry, were given judge Lea's customary lecture, plus a $3 fine each, when arraigned on a charge ot fighting. "" Edward Hazard, who is connected, with an El P..ISO street barber collepe.V was found not guilty of causing an ntice to work on Sunday before justice E. B. McClintock Monday morning. Hazard" was arrested upon complaint of a patron of the barber college, who claimed that Hazard had ordered an apprentice to give him a clean shave. Hazard denied that the amateur barber was an apprentice, having severed hib connection with the college some time before. The case against Hazard was dismissed as soon is the justice of the peace had heard the evidence. , The Business Man requiring a good office, will find it to his advantage to have an office in a building such as the NEW HERALD BUILD ING. Janitor service is furnished, together with all the incidental requirements that help to make an office building more comfortable than the ordi nary .office can be without these requisites. To those parties desiring superior office facilities- the rooms in our building are well worthv of their attention. LOCATION located in the very heart of the business center where all street cars pass its doors, well advertised, large signs on all sides of the building, and immense electric signs, on tower show, day and night where The Herald Building can be found. This one feature is worth money to any business man, to be in a building that can be located without the assistance of a city directory and one or two policemen. REMEMBER, while you know where your office is located, strangers and others must find it. Therefore it is good policy to be wrhere you can be found when people want to do business with you. Xow-a-days the average person will not hunt long, thef" will do business elsewhere. 'Apply for full particidars to Herald Buildin Room 326 o mi 9 ' : : Top Floor I v m visiting his brother, J. C. McNary, at the Lucern farm. Carl Price will move into his new store and residence at Berino station next Tuesday. Will F. Isaacks and brothers Emmett and Ollie, with Frank Gobbel, from the ranges near Organ, have been in the valley gathering strayed cattle. The range is in very bad condition and "water is scarce. 310DERN WOODMEN ORGANIZE AND ELECT OFFICERS AT BERINO Berino, N. M., July IS. A lodge of the Modern "Woodmen of America has been organized here by Ed F. Wentz, deputy head consul. The officers of the new lodge which has a lanje membership, both here and In the lower valley, are: Consul, TV. J. Vlljoen; clerk. G. C.. Sny manj banker, E. T. Baker; adviser, C. N. j Gibson; escort, R- D. Talley; watchman, J. T. Gay; sentry, R. W. Smith; man agers, G. A. Z. Snyman, A. J. Viljoen, C. N. Gibson. LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY VALLEY LEAGUE RALLY IS HELD AT LAS CRUCES. Valley Eolk Discuss Prohi bition Plans Por Other Meetings. Las Cruces, N. M., July 19. There was a large assemblage of the people of the valley on Monday night in an swer to the call of the Mesilla Valley Civic league for a constitutional rally. The talks were relative, to the prohi bition question. The league is to hold a special meeting on Friday night to perfect plans for the nezt rally. I BERINO FARMERS CUT SECOND ALFALFA CROP. Mountain Lion A'IsItH Earlliani Water Course on Mountain Ranges Personal and General News. Berino, N. M.. July 19. The second cutting of alfalfa is up in good shape, slightly less in yield than the first cut. Tho scattering showers have kept the corn and bean crops going, but the prospects for another cutting of alfalfa are very poor. A stray mountain Hon has caused ex citement in. the Earlham district- The animal mauled and tore two colts of TV. C. Mossman, near Mesquite, but was driven off by horses before he killed either. Mrs. Fred Hanna, of Parage, N. M., and son; Mrs. C. M. Bruce and Mrs. J. J. Freeman, of Las Cruces, have been vis iting Mrs. W. C. Mossman on the ranch near Mesquite. Will McNary, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, is LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD. Las Cruces, ?.. M., Juiy 1 9. The fol lowing deeds lave been filed with the recorder of Dona Ana county: Deeds Filed. Minnie E. otewart et al to Henry D. Bowman, warranty deed to a part of block 6 of the Alameda tract, contain ing 1 1-16 acres; consideration, $10; dated June ?1, 1910. Oscar Lohman, -treasurer of Dona Ana county, to the county of Dona Ana. tax sale deeds to lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in block 29, lot 2, block 16, lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 13, and lots 1 and 2, block 1, in La Mesa town 3ite; consideration, $3; dated July 7, 1910. R. W. Brownlee to R L Faulkner, warranty deed to a tract of land sit uate about 1 mile northwest of Las Cru ces; consideration, 700; daed Decem ber 24, 190S. L. H. Vanderwerf to J. H. Edds, war ranty deed to lots 30, 31, 32 and 33. in block 74 of Miller's Washington "Park addition; consideration, $1 and other valuables; dated April S, 1910. R. H. Zimmerman et ui to J. A. Brown, warranty deed to lot 6 in block 21 of Mesa Heights addition; considera tion, $35; dated April 29, 1910. United States of America to TVm. Mc Call, patent deed to lots 5, 9, 10, 13 and 14, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 31, town shin 25 south of rane-f 1 wpst rontain. ing 183.20 acres; dated April 2S. 1910. j Dona Ana county to Laura Peacock. deed to lot 2 in block 16, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in block 29, lots 1, 2 and 3, block 13, and lots 1 and 2 in block 1 in La Mesa town site: consideration, $559; dated July 7, 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to J. M. Crier, war ranty deed to lots 40 and 41 in block 38 of Miller's Washington Park addi tion; consideration, 1 and other valua bles; dated March 30, 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to Ezra L. Arnold, warranty deed to lots 27, 2S and 29, in block 74 of Miller's Washington Park addition; consideration, $1 and other valuables; dated May 4, 1910. IMMIGRATION INCREASES AT PORT OF LAREDO, TEX. Laredo. Tex., July 19. Immigration through this port has greatly increased over last year, according- to figures made public today, which show 10.93S entered here, a gain of 2002 for the fis cal year just ended. Hugh Wrlgtr, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. O. "Wright of Sll North Stanton street, Intends to enter engineering ac tivities in Mexico. Mr. Wright has re turned from the Texas university, where he graduated. "Word has been received' from Mrs. E. H. Irvxn that her child is recovering from typhoid contracted at Philadel phia. Dr. Irvln will meet Mrs. Irvin at St. Louis when his family returns in August. A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. No "woman "who boars children need suffer during the period of waiting, nor at the time of baby's coming, if Mother's Friend is used as a massage for the muscles, tendons and glands of the body. Mother's Friend is a penetrating, healthful lini ment which strengthens the ligaments, lubricates and renders pliant those muscles on which the strain is greatest, prevents caking of the breasts by keep ing the ducts open, and relieves nausea, backache, numbness, nervousness, etc Its regular use will prepare every portion of the system for the safety of both mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and danger when the little one comes. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, which contains valuable information for expectant mothers. THE BRADFiELB GG ATLANTA, GA aaamro mm mm aMuawaEBtm e iaewaBiM DIRECTORS: H. D. Bowman, President; V. B. May Vice President: R. E. McBride, Sec retary; Chares E. iKller, Anthonv, X. XL; W. W. Cox, Organ, X. M. THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST CO. Capital $100,000.00 This Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business. Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Assinee. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 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