Wednesday,- Sept. 7, 1910.
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tPERFSeT I I ilsCi 1
Chief Qsaple, from his
Sacramento mountain re
treat, writes the Fair As
sociation that he will be
personally responsible for
the finest paegeant ever
seen, on Qsaple night.
!may donate park
SITE TO THE CITY
Move on Foot to Have Ath
letic Park Given for a
Athletic Park," iormerly used for a
baseball ground, unoccupied for the
past tivo years, may be converted into
another south side park similar to the
j odkutiful little second ward park at
the corner of Park and Fifth streets.
Z. T. White, one of the members or
a local stock company which owns the
I nark, has offered to donate his interest
J to the city if the other members of the . .arii-,, f-L nrlnr nf toKaCCO '
company would do likewise. They are instantly me OdOr Of tOUdllU.
R r T.ifrhthnrlv Cionrirr T,nnk. Park W.
j Pitman, Juan S. Hart, M. C. Edwards,
j and W. H. Long-, and an effort is to be
made to have them donate this prop
erty to the city for park purposes.
not only cleanses, preserves and j
beautifies the teeth without in- j
I grance to the breath, removing
El Paso Fall Fair, Oct. 29-Nov. 6
As an El Pasoan you -do what you can to make the coining
Fair a Success That's Fair Enough.
DOG-; BREAKS LEG-
A stray pup and a motorcycle were
the! undoing- of Joe Burrus, a machinist
employed at the G. H. & S. A. shops,
Wednesday morning. Joe w,as riding
his motorcycle to town Wednesday
morning, as usual, from near Ysleta,
vhere he lives. The dog dived in
front of the machine and Joe dived
over 'the steering gear. His left leg
was broken m the fall and the ma
chine badly, demolished. The dog was
isurrus was Drougnt to .1 raso,
where his injuries were dressed.
MESXLLA BOY MOST ,
Had Jumped in Hot Ashes
in Bare Feet; Events at
Agricultural College, Is. M., Sept. 7.
Charlie Eafferty, while playing in the
back yard, jumped barefoot into a bed
of ashes which, he' thought to be cold,
but which were afire with live coals.
The little fellow began to scream and
jump up and down, but did not have the
presence of mind to get out of them till
Ms sister ran and lifted him out. The
skin had burned until the flesh was
bare on the soles of his feet. Dr. Sex
ton was called from Las Cruces io at
tend him, and stated that the patient
must not walk for six weeks.
George Heide, a secretary at the Y.
M. C. A. in El Paso, visited his alma
mater for the purpose of addressing
the Y. M. C. A. members here.
I The next big event among college
people will be the president s reception
to the students at his residence in Me-
cHlo "Pot-It Trvifln.v nie-hfr. Thft darrison
I home Is fully completed.
j Elsworth Bloodgood, of Kingston,
N. JL, visited a jfew days with his
mother, Mrs. O. A. Bloodgood. of College
How, after a business trip to El Paso,
and before his return 'to his home. Mr.
Bloodgood is a prominent cattleman in
the Black range district In Sierra
' f Active, vigorous health, i:
j necessary in the bitsinesi
Can you take the part in the daily battles of life that vou could
at one time can you, with weakened vital forces, hope to attain the
success that is 3our natural lot? There is no better assistance to
when you are worn out by business cares. Combining in correct pro
portions the tissue-building qualities of rich barley malt and the j
tonic properties of choicest bops, it stimulates every func
tion of the body m-a perfectly natural way and relieves
those suffering from vital exhaustion, loss 01 appetite.
nervousness and general debility
The Umted State; Government specifically
ckwstfies P&bst Extr&ct &s an article of
medicine not an alcoholic
Thought Welfare of Child Should Be
Considered Ilefore Fecllnsr of
Parent, Hence Allowed 3Iother
To Have Iiad.
Attorney S. H. London, representing
Felix Brunschwig, in the case Involving
possession of Alexander Fernand Brun
schwig, the 1) year old son of Mr.
Brunschwig and Mrs. Pauline Cohen
Elchel, his divorced wife, takes excep
tion to the statement that the money
consideration in the case had any con
nection with the care and custody of
Mr. London Wednesday produced the
agreement upon which the decree of
Tuesday by judge Walthall, was based,
which states in part:
"In consideration of the sum of
2000 to be paid by Mrs. Pauline Cohen
Eichel to Felix Brunschwig, to reim
burse him for costs and expenses in
curred and the release of certain
property1 to Mrs. Elchel, upon which he
holds a lien."
The property referred to is described
as being the south eight feet of lot IS,
and lots 19 and 20, block 73, Campbell's
addition to El Paso.
Mr. London denies positively that the
money consic nation had anything to
do with the child, as Mr. Brunschwig
I had come to the conclusion that It
would be better for the child to be In
the custody of either parent tne entire
time, as yearly trips across the ocean
would have to be made, as Mr. Brun
schwig resides in Paris, France, and
this would interrupt the attendance of
the child at school, and divert his at
tention from his studies.
That Mr. Brunschwig would have
been willing to pay $5000 for the care
and custody of the child until he was
14 years of age is stated by Mr. Lon
don, who says he made that offer a
week ago to Mrs. Eichel.
Mr. London further states that Mr.
Brunschwig decided that if he could
not have the custody of the child the
enlire time, that he would, be willing
to sacrifice his f own feelings in the
matter and let Mrs. Eichel have the
custody of the child as he believed the
welfare of the boy to be of greater
importance than the feelings of either
Order a dozen. oottJcs from
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Insist von it heing xraost
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DOUGLAS GOLFER "WEDS.
Hugh T. Cuthbert, the crack golfer
of Douglas, Ariz., was here Wednesday
en route to New London, Conn., where
he will be married on September 14,
to Miss Lucy Bishop Smith. He met
Miss Smith three years ago in Douglas,
when she was the gust of Mrs. George
B. Lee during the winter season.
They will return to Douglas by way
of Mexico City, where they will spend
a "week during the centennial celebration.
EL PASO PRAT MEN
Dandruff Means Baldness
Janitor service is furnislied 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.
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 polic7 to be where you
can be found when people want to do business
with you. Now-a-days the average person will
not hunt long, he will do business elsewhere.
Apply for full particulars to
Wise people say there is nothing sure
in this world bat death and taxes.
But that dandruff means baldness
later' on Is Just as sure as either death
or taxes, and every physician knows it.
Dandruff is caused by a germ a
vicious, persistent, tenacious germ
that up to the discovery of one of the
world's greatest scientists, was sup
posed to be unklllable. That discovery
is called Parisian Sage, aud Kelly &
Pollard, the druggists, who are the
agent in El Paso, guarantee It to kill
overy dandruff germ and remove all
traces of dandruff in two weeks or
But Parisian Sage Is more than a
dandruff killer; It Is guaranteed to
stop falling hair, itching of the scalp,
and all diseases of the hair and scalp.
It contains just enough of sage prop
erly combined with other Ingredients to
Permanent Association of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Or
ganized Tuesday Night.
Local members of the Sigma Alpha
Epsilon college fraternity enjoyed a ban
quet at the Zeiger hotel Tuesday night.
From 9 o'clock until 11 the flow of col
lege anecdotes and jokes did not cease
for a moment and the menu could not
compete with the wit and lmmor dis
played upon every side.
At 11 o'clock the toastmasfcer, Ballard
Cokhvell, began t'he regular list of toasts,
and after discussion, introduced Mr. Rob
ertson, of Cornell, who spoke of that
chapter and the different features of Cor
nell life. Mr. Xichols then spoke of Iowa
State college, .where he was a charter
member of the chapter.
Then Mr. Croom spoke of S. A. E. in
the south, its general spirit of good fel
lowship and especially of the chapter at I
the university of Virginia. Philip Cold- 1
well 'spoke of lite at West Point; Clyde
Teague proposed a toast to t'he wives of
the members present and to all S. A. E.
sisters in the citv, while Juan Smith,
Crover Smith. Colbert Coldwell, J. h.
White and Thornton Hardie spoke of
various phases of chapter life at the
university, of Texas. The round of toasts
was closed by Rev. R. T. Hanks, of Cal
vary Baptist church, from Howard col
lege, Alabama. He recounted tales of
his football career in the good old days,
when it was a free for all fight, told
numerous amusing stories and closed by
suggesting that the local -members be
oriranized into an association. , f
Acting upon this suggestion, an oi
canization was perfected, with Rev. Mr.
Hanks as president, and Mr. Crcom as
secretary and treasurer. The associntfoii
will hold a dinner on the second Tues
day of each month at one of tho El Paso
hotels, to bring the members into close
communication, to transact all neeessar'
business and to aid the chapter at Aus
It is expected that every member ol
the fraternity in El Paso will attena
these meetings and will make his address
known to Mr. Croom. who is in the office
of Jno. L. Dyer.
After jroing through part of the ritual
whioh has been used to close the meet
ings of the fraternity ever since it was
fcunde-i at the university of Alabama
in 185C, the gathering moved to the
lobby, where the fraternity yell. "Phi
Alpha," brought a policeman around to
inquire what tribe of indians had broken
Many Members Present.
The members of the association are:
Rev. R, T. Hanks Calvary Bapti3
church, Howard college: M. TV. Stanton,
Georgia Agricultural college; R.IY. Bow
den, Cumberland university; ' C. "W.
Croom. university of Virginia; Ballard
Coldwell. university of Texas; G. C. Rob
ertson, chemical engineer. Cornell; S. S.
Xichols, superintendent El Paso Gas
com pan y, Iowa State college; J. B.
"White, chief engineer Stone-TYobster
company, university of Texas: H. I.
Reynaud, city fire marshal. Louisiana
university; R. J. Owen, civil engineei,
Kentuckv Military institute: Grovei
Smith, El Paso Ice company, university
of Texas; Clvde Teajnie, City National
bank, university of Texas; II" W. Lack
land, State National bank, university oi
Texas: R. Lester, nizht clerk at Zelger,
Cumberland university; Juan Smith, uni
versity of Texas; Philip Coldwell, uni
versit3' of Texas; Colbert Coldwell, Vir
ginia Military institute; Thornton Har
die, university of Texas.
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LOST AT STATION
Big Reward Offered for Re
, turn of Suitcase Lost
at Union Station. t
Five hundred dollars is what Tom
Rogers, of Corona, N. M-, will pay to
the person who locates a suit caso
ti-vii via o,.o v,A lost at the union sta-
i tion on the evening o Labor day. He
stopped at the Grand Central notei
and accompanied by Mr. McC6y, pro
prietor o that hotel, went to the sta
tion late in the afternoon. Just where
he lost the suit case Mr. Rogers is not
certain, but he says it disappeared at
the union station. The suit case con
tained valuable deeds and other things
of value and Mr. Rogers wants it baclc
so bad that he Is willing to pay $a00
to the person who finds ,it. Depot of
ficials have been enlisted In the search
for the suit case, but nothing has been
learned regarding it-
v For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Thursday partly cloudy weather.
For New Mexico: Fair tonight? fol
lowed by increasing cloudiness Thurs
dav; cooler north portion Thursday.
For TYest Texas: Tonight and Thurs
day partlv cloudy weather, showers in
the Panhandle tonight or Thursday;
cooler in north portion Tnursday.
Highest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours, 93 degree?; lowest last 12
hours, 69 degrees. (Observations taken
at 6 a. m., TTednesday).
Cloudcroft, X. M., Sept. 7. 9 a. m.
-Weather for the past 24 hours: Clear,
calm. Maximum temperature,,. SS de
grees; minimu-mX 54 degrees. Precipi
POLICE ASIvED FOR
RECORD OF RICHARD HARRIS
A request for information as to the
local record cf Richard Harris has been
received by chief of police Ben Jenkins
from New York city police officials.
Harris was arrested in Detroit. Mich
a vear after Hixson's Jewelry store was
robbed in El Paso 14 years ago. Con
siderable jewelry which was in the
store at the time of the robbery, is said
to have been found in Harris's posses
sion and be was returned to El Paso
for trial. He gave a $1500 bond, which
he Jumped, and the case was later dis
missed owing to Insufficient evi
vdence. Harris's arrest in Detroit occurred
during the term of office of sheriff .1.
H. Boone. Chief of police Jenkins was
deputy sheriff at the time and placed
Harris In jail In El Paso.
"The man who runs the general storo
Is having bargain sales and doing a his
business among the Summer boarders."
"Yes: they were jus: dying for excite
ment. Two ladles actually fought over
a remnant grindstone the other day."
"My wife was so angry this morning
Her maid upset her bottle of hair golden
bleach all over the place."
"That was a straightforward disaster,
at any event."
"What do you mean by straightfor
ward?" "Wasn't it - dve wrecked affair?"
J j! HAD IT.
He (at breakfast next morning) They
say we are going to have an early Fall
this year, my dear.
She (frigidly) Judging from the noise
down stairs when you came In at 2 this
morning, I should say you hati had a
"Why do you call this a marriage in
high life? These people are not in so
ciety." "No, but they were married In a bal
JES2T OF 2E05TEY?
"She says she could have roarrieJ
millions in her youth."
"Then her forbearance Is more re
markable than I thought. She only
married five or six."
Senate and House Fail to
Agree on Measure and It
Goes to Committee.
Austin, Tex., Sept. 7. The penitenti
ary bill reached the house from the
senate this morning. The senate had
Trended the bill by substituting the
senate measure for that of the house.
Vaughan moved that the house do not
concur in the senate amendment. Af
ter a debate the motion was adopted.
It also provided that the senate name
.,. . . ' ,at,. n-r-rvrt- B. free couference committee. The sen-
U1U.XVC UI1 UUiail a VF. ,.iu O wu.... vro l
luxuriantly. It makes everyooays narsn,
lusterless hair change to soft, lustrous,
and beautiful hair. Kelly & Pollard sell
It at 50 cents a bottle, or you can get
It direct from the American makers.
I The Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y., at
the samOsprice, by express, all charges
Is on eTery bottle.
ato was notified and named its mem
bers for the committee. The house
passed the house penitentiary bill, 74
to IS. The senate appointed a commit
tee of seven to confer with the house
committee, and the house recessed to
six this afternoon. The original com-
propaid. The girl with the Auburn hair xnittce will now confer again on the
XTse Herald Want Ads for
The Absent-Minded Professor My
tailor has put one button too many on
my vest. ... I must cut it off.
. . . That's funny; now there's a
buttonhole too many. What's the use
LIKED TEE BP.EED.
Boy Another oxtail, please.
Butcher Did your mother like the last
one she had?
Boy Yes; and she savs she "wants
this one off the same ox, please!
WANTED A WIOTEE.
Indignant Diner Say. waiter, that lob
ster Is without one claw. How's that?
Waiter You see. sir. thev're so fre3h.
these lobsters, they fight with, each other
in the nantry-
The Man at the Table "Well, take that
one away and bring me one of the winners.
We are closing them out
at less than yiiolesale
cost Look at these prices
$2.50 values cut to $1.25
$2.00 values cut to $1.00
$1.25 values cut to 75c
107 Souik StaHtoa St.
"We used to be sweethearts whsa
we were kids," said the man.
"We did," said the maid.
"Since then I have been divorced
three times. And you?"
"Wen, now that we happen to ba
unmarried simultaneously, suppose wa
NOT A POLICE CASE.
Harold (proudly) Yes. old man
portrait Is In all the newspapers.
Herbert (meaningly) Is It? What
were you cured of?
BY THE SEA.
Jarge (at his first view of the sea)
It's wunnerful wot a lot of water there
Gifts (who has been before) Yes. an
we can't see more'n half of it from here.
First Clubman What have you lost,
air' Can I help yon?
Second Clubman I've lost some toffee.
First Clubman Toffee! What ret!
Second Clubman Yes; but my teeth
are In It.
iliways of iexics
prison measure, the old members hav
ing been appointed.
Top Floor 11
Axe you contemplating a
HUNTING or FISHEMG
I Are you interested in
I things PEE-KTSTORIC?
I If so write Traffic Department
S Mexico Korlhwsstern Railway
Trains leave C1TJDAD JUAREZ
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. M. (El Paso time)
DAILY SERVICE From
H. C FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYA2T, Traffic Manager.
MANY CASE SETTINGS ARE
MADE IX DISRICT COURT
At a meeting of the bar committee
Tuesday afternoon, the following addi
tional jury cases were set for hearing
in the 34th district court:
8153 George Kealey vs. El Pas
Electric Railway company.
7S36 Z. L. Cobb vs. Amy Pence.
8139 H. Harrell is. G., H. & S. A
8117 R. G. Richardson vs. El Paso &
Southwestern Railway company.
S198 W. A. Miller vs. El Paso Elee
trie Railway company.
September "0. t j
81G4 Juan S. Hart vs. Southern Pa
7942 G. P. -Story vs. Southern P
ADATOCATirG BETTER TREAT.
MEXT FOR DELINQUENT BOYS
G. II. Lewis, of Houston, formerly
field manager for the Industrial School
for Boys, at "Wmnsboro, Tex., Is here
I in the interest of the movement for the
J betterment of the condition of the de
Mr. Eewls Is advocating the appro
priation of $200,000 by the state for the
establishment of an institution where
the jdelinquent boys of the state may
be cared for under the best conditions
without the contaminating presence
of hardened criminals.
MexicoJs Independence Centennial CelebrationDuring j
Month of September.
15 dav ticket, first class $30.20 XL S. Cy.
30 dav ticket, first class $40.30 U. S. Cy.
15 dav ticket, second class $15.15 U. S. Cy.
30 dav ticket, second class $20.20 U. S. Cy.
TICKTES OI7 SALE SEPT 1st to SEPT 30th inclusive.
Excursion rates to all points of one and one-third fares
for the round trip first and second class tickets on sale
Sept. 1st to,Sept. 16th, limit until Sept. 25th for return, j
or ruiTiier miormaiion can or aauress,
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.
A BUSDTESS PEOBLEK.
"I don't know about taking youns
Biffins in with us on this work."
-Why not? He is such a promising
"That's just It. There's a risk In tak
ing a promising man into a paying enterprise."
THE TAXE OF TWO FAILTJEE3.
Ugly Man I married for beauty.
Sarcastic Man Tou remind me of I
friend of mine who married for money.
Ugly Man How's that?
Sarcastic Man He didn't get ft. -
ill III I
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
exico Today Magazine
Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. F.
A. H. Richards, Jeweler.
International Book and Sta
Wm. IToeller. Real Estate.
Office and plant of The El Paso
El Paso Printing Co., facing
!tfain St.. near Se. Regis Hotel.
John Brunner. Tailoring.
public Stenographers Co.. Ruth
Mrs. jl E. Cass.
Miss B. Garra, Dressmaking
Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee, Os
teopaths. Dr. Nettie E. Satter
lee, Dr. Flora Ik Satterlee.
First Church" of Christ. Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
The Wm. Jennings Co.. Con-
suiting Engineers Machinery
Southwestern Portland Cement
R. E- Huthstelner, Mechanical
Colorado National Life Insur
ance Co. E. McMIllen, agent.
R. L. Nichols. Attornes" at Eaw.
Lee Si Woodyard, Contracting
Charles M. G'bson.
j "W. Carter, Mine,
Standard Home Co., Money
H. L. Howell. Real Estate.
R. "W. Page, Publicity Bureau.
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