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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, October 28, 1910. You Save Much. NEW WEXICO PUTS aw X I1! M& X X 1 ! II 1 1 sssa h Court Matters jSTow Troub ling ConstitutioiLMakers of Territory. L Santa Fe. X. M., Oct. 28. The con stitutional convention early this morn- inj adopted the entire article of 45 sections on the legislative department as proposed by the majority of the committee. The Republicans stood together against the initiative despite the hope of the Democrats that Republican in surgency would develop on this ques tion. Tired out by the 14 4iours' session and debate, "which lasted until this morning, the constitutional convention held no session today, but will meet again tomorrow. Towards the last the debate last night brought out bitter personalities and the words "liar" and "jury fixers" were passed. The Court Situation. The constitutional convention faces several other very serious matters relative to the judiciary, that have yet to be settled. The convention, or at least the sub- 1 oommittee on judiciary, decided at one time that it would recommend an ap pointive supreme court, but there was l a great cry from many quarters and the matter was opened up. It has now been decided by the same committee to make the judges elective, to hold office for a period of six years. Un der the appointive plan, they were to j; be named for 12 years. Whether the Convention win turn aown xne last plan agreed upon by the sub-commit tee is not known, but many-are urging it to adopt the appointive system as ' one more free from politics than an elective one. It is argued that a judge who is good at electioneering, is gen erally not good at propounding the law and that it "would be better to nave a poor politician and a icooJ uge appointed to the band tiua to have a good politician and a poor judge eloct ed. The-rule-of-the-people plea of those -who "would elect the judges, how ever, has a strong following and the convention will most likely adopt the elective judiciary plan. Grand Jury System. The abolition of the grand jury system Is another matter of much im portance that Is occupying attention. This has a fair chance to win, as it has many advocates, although there Is a strong following for the grand jury system. Those who "would abolish the system are abusing it as a relic of barbarism, where a body of men, an swerable to nobody but themselves, is empowered to blast a man's reputation by returning an indictment against him on ex parte evidence, in star chamber sessions, "where everybody Is sworn to secrecy. They argue that it serves no purpose that could not be served with out it and that it does much harm, often by returning indiotments -that can never be sustained -with the evi dence. A guilty man can always be convicted, without the necessity of a grand jury indictment, it is argued, while an innocent man has a chance to produce his -witnesses and prove himself innocent -without the ignominy of a grand jury indictment hanging over him, accusing him of a crime of -which the majority of people usually In Plain Black and White effsatft Prime rib roast, per lb 12 l-2c Sirloin Steak, per lb 15c Porterhouse and T-bone steak 17 l-2c Bump Roast 12 l-2c Home made Sausage . 15c Smoked Tongues, each 50c Weiner Sausage Fresh Daily POULTRY DRESSED TO ORDER Opitz Market 213 N. Stanton St. Bell Phone 136 " "" " A. Little Diapepsin will Promptly regulate any Bad! Stomach. "Why not get some now this mo- j meet, and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion? A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles. Give it a, good eat. then take Pape's Diapepsin to start the di gestive juices working, i There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food; no feeling like a lump of lead in the stom ach or jheartburn, sick headache and Dizziness, and your food will not fer- lent and poison your breath wltjh Lauseous odors. 'ape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents a large case at any drug store here. will relieve the most obstinate I r - y , - - - .. 01011X0111 Ufi n Olufi ulUillnuili We ? Measure Eight up to your expecta tions as to what a first class, up-to-date Men's furnishing and hat store should be like. ISTo matter how particular you may be, we feel certain we can please Vou. Why not jgive us an opportunity to try 206 MESA AVE. Get the Habit. Pay Cash. believe him guilty afttr he is indicted, regardless of the proof that later fol lows at the trial. . Probate Courts. A third court matter of importance is that of probate court, an institution wholly New Mexican. It was handed down from the days of the Spanish regime and has been continued through the territorial form of government, principally with a Mexican in the of fice of judge in most counties. These courts handle only probate matters and, as the majority of this business is now done for Americans, there is considerable complaint against the continuation of the courts, especially since they most generally appear to have been parceled out as a part of the Spanish patronage in each county. It is argued that the probate matters could be taken care of by the county judges, as is done in most states, and that the probate courts are a useless expense anyhow. It has virtually been decided to provide for these courts In the new constitution, but the provision may not carry. Even the Santa Fe New Mexican, the territorial Republican organ, opposes them and declares that the convention should turn them down. It Is declared that in many counties in the territory where the probate courts are In oper ation, that it is necessary to taice an interpreter into court if an American has business with the judge. Santa Fe, the capital city. Is cited as an Instance of this character and it is said to be the prevailing condition in many other counties, natives who cannot speak the English language sitting in these probate courts acting upon the wills of deceased Americans and as guardians of the property of orphan children of deceased Americans. This has to a large extent brought down the con demnation of Americans upon the probate courts of New Mexico, but at best thev are only considered a use- 1a!r ftTTifnse onerated to erive DOsitlons to politicians to look after matters We assert that there is no fresher or sweeter meats sold than those handled by us. Prices are up, of course, all over the country, but ours are no higher than elsewhere, while the quality certainly IS higher. Our Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb, Pork and Poultry, our Hams and Bacon, have a delicious flavor that appeals to the palate of the critical meat buyer. ill iiiiii iii.liiuijijlju.mjumh case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach fin five minutes. There is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and clsanee the stomach and intestines, and, besides, one single dose will digest and prepare for assimilation Into thr Tilnnrl -all vm-ir food the same as a sound, healthy 1 stomach would do It. "When Diapepsin works, your stom ach rests gets Itself in order, cleans up and then you feel like eating when you comej to the table, and what you eat will do you good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to ake a little Diapepsin. Tell your druggist lhat you want Pape's Diapepsin, because you want to become thoroughly cured this time. Remember, if your stomach feels out of order and uncomfortable now. you can get relief in five minutes. High cost of liyng reduced to a minimum when you have taken advantage of our Saturday's Special Sales Loin and T-Bone Steaks, j g Legs of Lamb, Reg. 25c; ftA Eeg. 20c; tomorrow only JL O C tomorrow only faiUC Chuck Roasts, Reg. 12 l-2c; O Home Dressed Hens, A tomorrow only OC per lb a3Q Shoulder Steaks, Reg. 12 l-2c; O Turkevs and Broilers. Pure Pig tomorrow only Ot Sausage highly seasoned. Fish and Peerless Roll Roasts, Reg. -i U Sealshipt Ovs'ters. Salmon season 171-2c; tomorrow only.. 1 & V just opened. The first salmon of the Prime Rolled Roasts; f pj if season is in our market today. Tomorrow onlv X 2C ,,,-.,. ,. ,..,. - ,, ,r .. 0, , ' Our SUNNY SIDE SPECIAL Butter Mutton Stew Reg. 12 l-2c; g r eads. others folkyvv f t to Tomorrow only J. VT order your fruits and vegetables from Legs of Glutton, Reg. 20c; - 'JlUg s, as we always have the freshest tomorrow only L 2C and best in the citv. Ardoin's market, the place for banquet goods. We supply the swell's tables, and as a result we are always complimented. Ardoin's Market Phone 800-801-802 Auto 1800 that every county judge has ample time tor attend to. State's Apportionment. In arranging the apportionment of the state for the state lawmaking bodies, a plan was followed that is not usually adopted. Most states de cide upon the number of representa tives to be seated and then cut the state into districts, to which the various representatives and senators are assigned. New Mexico decided upon 24 state senators and 49 state rtpresentatives to start with and de cided that these -would be increased as the population increased. The 49 rep resentatives were divided into the total population of the territory and it was found that each representative would therefore represent 66S1 persons. It was therefore decided that the coun ties should have a representative for every 6681 people. As a result, in the first state legislature, Bernalillo coun ty, of which Albuquerque, New Mexico's largest city, Is the county seat, will have four representatives, while Luna and Sierra, two smaller counties, will get but one between the two of them. El Paso county, Texas, If it should ever be included In the territory, would come in for at least seven and maybe eight representatives under this plan. Figuring out the number of repre sentatives to which each county is entitled, the poltical sharps on the Re publican side, have come to the conclu sion that the first legislative assembly of New Mexico will be largely Repub lican and that -the return of two Re publican senators to "Washington is not only probable, but certain. This conclusion is arrived at by taking the counties that went Republican in the fight for representatives to the consti tutional convention and figuring up the total number of senators and repre sentatives they will have. On a joint ballot the legislature will consist of 47 Republicans and 26 Democrats, It is figured. The constitution will probably pro vide that every five years after 1915, the legislature may reapportion the state, but the legislature is not to be enlarged until the state has a million people. KEEP CONVICTS OFF THE ROADS Arizona Does 'Not Believe in Making Prisoners Work on Roads. Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 5. The labor committee of the constitutional con vention reported today against the em ployment of convict labor on public roads and bridges. It is understood that only one member of the commit tee dissented. The convention received a petition signed by 3200 women of Arizona ask ing that the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquor be prohibited in the state. It was referred to the com mittee on separate submission, which later gave a hearing to the prohibi tion adherents. Prohibition in the Fotc Prohibition will be the main issue before the constitutional cdnvention the remainder of the week and advo cates of state-wide prohibition have arrayed their forces and arguments for Presentation at the public hearin rr t n PATnnittoo tnrlov of the committee today The Prohibitionists have about given up hope of having the state-wide prohibition issue submitted to the peo ple at the election for ratifying the constitution and are now devoting their .efforts to making the initiative and referendum applicable to the county as well as to the state. The committee on executive depart ments may report the recall provision today, leaving the matter of percent ages to the convention itself. Watch Repairing. Snyder Jewelry Co. El Paso Candy Wheel. Overland I Trail. OCT OR SIZE' UN IT! In Attendance at Sessions of Mexico Physicians, They Form IsTew Organiza tion. The Association of Railroad Sur geons of the Southwest was organized at the Friday afternoon session of the xnid iia-iiujiai jviecucai association of j Mexico which is holding its annual convention in conjunction with the El Paso county Medical society. The new association is composed of the surgeons employed by the railroads of Arizona, New Mexico and west Texas. The officers of the Association of Railway Surgeons of the Southwest, which met and organized Friday after noon, are: Dr. D. K. Angle,' Silver City, X. M., president; Dr. C. H. Lund Douglas, Ariz., Dr. J. W. Colbert, Albu querque, X. M.; Dr. R. L Ramey, El Paso; Dr. Carlos E. Husk, Santa Bar bara, Mex.; vice presidents for Ari zona, Xew Mexico, west Texas and Mexico; Dr. W. L. Brown, El Paso secretary and theasurer. Ah executive committee composed of one represen tative from each of the territories will be appointed later by the president and will select the meeting place for the association next year. The New Mexico Railway Surgical association was merged with the new internation al one. Thursdays 'Entertainment. ??,Sranl of entertainment for tae visiting physicians and surgeons opened Thursday evening with a gen eral reception and musical at the Elks' chib. The El Paso County Medicaf 2? cle.y and the members' wives were the hosts A musical program and an informal dance were given in the club Friday afternoon the, women guests were given an automobile ride by the El Paso society, being escorted by the """ UJ- l" iu.-ai pnysicians. A thea- i lcl "" "1U aiso be given Fridav evening for the visiting women vt the same time that the theater party'is in progress the doctors will .nave a smoker at the Elks' club. The enter tainment program will close Saturday evening with a dance at the Country club. Friday's Scrion WnrL- The program Friday included talks by doctors H. V. Jackson, Duramro- H -. .o, -i-iug,,. iUU!)e, iii aso; James Vance. El Paso; R. L. Ramey, El Paso L. G. Witherspoon, El Paso- w l Brown El Paso; M. O. Wright,' El Paso H. M. Austin, San Luis "Potosi and VI R. Carpenter, El Paso. Thursday Afternoon The program Thursday afternoon in cluded a paper by Dr. R. H. L. Bibb of Saltillo, Mexico, on "Leprosy " an ' il lustrated talk by Dr. J. w. Cathcart of El Paso, on tue value of the X-Ray in diagnosis, and a paper by Dr. Hugh S. White on gunshot wounds. Dr Carlos E. Husk read a paper by Dr Bernard Fantus, of Chicago, who was unable to be present. , Election Saturday. The election of officer for 1912 will be held by the International association Saturday. The doctors elect their of ficers a year in advance. Dr. R. H. L. Bibb, of Saltillo, Mexico, president elect, will become active president to succeed Dr. Husk after the close of the convention here. Dr. Bibb was elected at Aguascalientes last year. Expected Saturday. Dr. W. M. Brumby and Dr. Z T. Scott, the two state health officers of j ILIA D S AMII No. 103 I Flannelette and Crepe Kimonos (Ready-to-Wear DepL, Second Floor) HAM)SOME negligee garments made of ime French, flannel finish flannelette, pretty designs and colors? some in plain kimono styles, some empire and others shirred in at the waist; full length kimonos of extra qual ity serpentine crepe, in handsome Japanese designs and colors. These garments will form a very attractive After Supper Bargain. Eegular $3.00 and $3.50 a rj styles are priced from 7 to 9 o'clock "P Jd (Only one to each customer) $2.50 Fitted The newest of the season's fads! Hand bags of stylish size and shape, fitted out with' viniagrette, small mirror, coin purse and card. case. These hand bags are made of good quality imitation seal leather, leather lined, on a good. strong frame and are very handsome. Regular $2.d0 quality is specially priced, 7 to 9 o'clock (Only one to each customer) Sample Hosiery 50c Values for 27c Special lot of manufacturer's samples of women's fine hose, in iblack and colors, plain, lace or embroidered ef fects, in cotton, lisle and silk finish lisle. Styles which sell regularly for 50c are in this lot at, O a pair a 4 C (Limit three pairs) WIGHT SHIRTS Good quality flan nelette night shirts for men; well made, good length and width. A reg ular 65c value; on sale in the men's department, 7 to 9 o'clock (Limit, twQl INFANTS' GOWNS Xeat gown for the baby, made of fine soft white flannelette, with drawstring through the lower edge. A regular OQ 50c garment OJ7C (Infants' Dept., 2nd Floor) Boys'' Union Suits 23c Boys' Neckwear 19c Extra good cotton, ribbed, fleece lined union suits for boys of 3 to 14 years. Made with drop seats. Reg ular 35c quality on sale in the Boys' Dept. )Q 7 to 9 o'clock, each OC (Limit three) All Day Specials BOYS' SUITS Guaranteed-all wool suits in styles for dress or school. The new full cut, long coat with two pairs of knicker bockers, full lined. This special lot includes the very stylish grays, tans and browns and the navy blue serges, in sizes for boys of 4 to 17 years, (fcgf OE Values, to $7.00 PO iOU BOYS' SUITS Extra good,- strong school suits, made of heavy weight suitings, strongly sewed and in good perviceal? colors for school wear. Suits for bovs of 4 to 16 years, worth up to $3.50, specially priced HANDKERCHIEFS Special lot of women's sheer all linen handkerchiefs, hemstitched, colored border, lace or embroidered edge, or with hand embroidered ini tials. Values up to 20c; on sale all day Satur day, each Texas, failed to arrive Friday but are expected to be 'nere Saturday for the closing session of the meeting. Dr. Brumby is expected from Tucson. Dr. Sco-tt, who is to give a talk on "Pelle gra," is expected from San Antonio Saturday morning. Clinics were held in all of the hos pitals Friday morning. Convention Notes. Dr. Flavel B. Tiffany, of Kansas Cityr has arrived and will give a talk SirtttirriaY ur TiffRnv ia thf rficne- nized dean of the eye specialists in the'i southwest. Mr. and Mrs. William Husk, of Shab bana, 111., are here as the guests' of their son. Dr. Carlos E. Husk, president of the International association. Mr. Husk is a retired merchant and he and Mrs. Husk will accompany Dr. Husk -a ; ij day. each Afci dozen .'..tOl Let Us Sell You a j? OJv& W VS fo Let Fs Sel1 Yoa j Kuppenheimer or KAfJ J & f f4W4iw. Kuppenheimer or j Marx Hand Tailored kiUJiH"" U S-- - f Marx Hand TaiIore i " " ' "j Hand Bags $1.49 $1.49 kNear Silk" Petticoats 75c Values for 54c A basement 'bargain! Petticoats made of extra good nearsilk, in black only, made good and. full, with deep flounce, ruffled, and "with foot ruffle. A skirt regularly sold for 75c, is priced from 7 to 9 o'clock g a (Limit, one) BEAUTY PINS Gold front beauty pin3. in sets of five put up in a neafc velvet lined, 'box. Regularly sold for 35c a set; on sale in the jew- C elry Dept., 7 to 9 o'clock, set A fe C (Limit, one set) DC Half-a-Dozen Toilet Necessities On Sale 7 to 9 O'clock. Limit, One of Each. Quality is the first consideration in buying Toilet Articles price is the next. "Popu lar'7 prices are always a "little less." Xo. 10 "Very" Hair Brush. Hegular price $1.00 , 69c Lambert's Listerine. Regu lar $1.00 bot- fvj ties O ' C Mexican Antiseptic Talcum, Violet, 25c -I f boxes ivw PILLOW TOPS Prettily designed art cloth pil low tops "stamped, and tinted for embroidering, with plain backs to match. Reg- 10 ular 25c value mIv (Limit, one) Windsor ties in plain colors and fancy plaids and four-in-hands in good quality silks in the pretty colors for fall. Our 35c styles; on sale in 1Q the Boys' Dept., 7 to 9 o'clock 1 tO (Limit two) 14-Curl Puffs Z9c Extra quality hair puffs, consisting of 14 curls, well made and very stylish in colors to match all hair. "We had planned this for an After Supper Special, but in order that you match them by daylight, we will put them On Sale all Day $ 1.25 Values for Z9c to Santa Barbara, to spend the winter. Dr. H. M. Austin, the surgeon for tne National Railways at San Luis Potosi, has arrived. R. F. Faulkner, the T. M. C. A. car toonist, has decorated the bulletin' board 4n the main lobby of the associa tion house w..a types of doctors he had met during the convention. The additional enrolment for the as sociationt meetifagfc are: Dr. J. P. Rudolph, Santa Rosa, N. M.; Dr. Flavel B. Tiffany, Kansas City; Dr. H. M. Aus tin. San Luis Potosi, Mexico; Dr. J. TV. Colbert, Albuquerque, N. M.; Frank E. Tull, Albuquerque, X. M.; Dr. R. E. McBride, Las Cruces, X. M.; H. L. Dar nell, Franklin, Ind.; Dr. Parke. San Diego, Cal.; Dr. R. H. iJibb, Saltillo, Mexico; Dr. Robert Grieve, Santa Bar- bara, Mexico; L. TV. Cocke, Mineral Popular Rice Powder. Q Regular 25c package. Xewbro's Herpicide. T -T Regular 50c bottles Bristle Tooth Brushes. Reg ular 25c kinds , 12c "SHINOLA" Polish for men's shoes; will not injure the lea ther. Regular 10c boxes on sale in shoe department 7 to 5 o'clock (Limit, one box) All Day Specials CRTB COMFORTS 32x46-inch, filled nvith fine twhitej cotton and covered with silkoline, ruffled. Reg ular $1.00 value, ibasement special , 59 c CRTB COMFORTS 45xo4-inch, filled with. ''Snowflake" cotton and covered with figured silko line, with plain color sateen border. In pink and blue. Regular $-u50 value Q Q basement special... C5w TABLE LINEN All pure linen damask, both bleached and unbleached, 64 inches wide and in a variety of very good designs. Reg ular 75c value, A q a yard ......... ,. 7 NAFKINS Extra quality mercerized damask napkins, 20x20 size, worth regularly $1:25 and $i.oi; a no c Wells, Texas; H. D. Eaton, Chicago; G. TV. Harrison, Albuquerque, X. M.; Dr. C. H. Lund, Douglas, Ariz. EYE WITVESSES TESTIFY; Dallas, Tex., Oct. 2S. TV. J. Cooper and T. Rynerarson testified this morr ing at the" trial of J. D: Manlv. charged with bayoneting and killing Louis Rlchenstein, a year ago. Both men were eye witnesses to the killing and both declared Richenstein siade no hostile move or remark. WANTED, CLOTHING FOR. CHARITY The V oman's Charity association ap peals for clothing of all kinds, espe cially for a young girl of 15. Clothing I needed for children of botK co o nnf -ffy ii'ftmon P1oicA wV. . -,- Charity agent will call for donations.