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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, October 14, 1912
C" I ill cedly 1 HI Church Affairs
Mrs. t. H. Logan and the Misses
Logan entertained on Saturday after
noon at their home on Montana street
with & bridge party in honor of their
daughter and sister. Mrs. Frank D.
The dining table was lovely with a
large Batteaberg -cover, in the center
of which stood a crystal vase holding
P-nk dahlias. ?ink and white mints in
crystal dishes carried out the scheme
of pink and white. The tally cards
were figures and beads of girls. Fruit
punch was served during the afternoon
and after the games a salad course
was served. The first prize, a hand
painted olive set consisting of the
larger dish a boat shape, and six indi
t dual dishes, was 'won by Mrs. C. E.
Kelly. The consolation, a drawn work
tea cloth, -was cut for and won by Mrs.
L. J. Gilchrist. The hostesses were
assisted by Mrs. H. W. Broaddus and
the Misses Mary Goggrin and Elisabeth
Those present were- Mesdames W.
F. Arnold, O. H. Baunv J- E. Bowen, W.
H. Burges, H. W. Broaddus. A. P. Coles,
J. F. Coles, O. C. Coles. Lamar Davis.
"Waters Davis, C W. Kellogg. J. A.
Happer, C E. Kelly, James Harper.
James L. Marr, Henry Pfaff, Charles
Loomls, W. w. Turney. James Vance,
Zack White. Joseph Sweeney, J. F.
Williams. W. D. Wise, W. Van Sickle,
of Alpine, Tex., John S. Winn, W. S.
Davidson, J. B. Do Bose, L. J. Gilchrist,
Harry Carpenter. Marion C Raysor.
Misses Anna Washburn and Lillian
Miss Lauramaud Fink will entertain
this afternoon with a card party and
this evening with a buffet lunch, in
honor of her guest. Miss Mayowen Ed
wards, who arrived tMe morning. Miss
Edwards is from Pasadena, Cal.
Mrs. E. P. Rankin will be the host
ess of the Beta Beta elub at her home,
1109 Nevada street, on Wednesday
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Brown have re
turned to their home ia Chicago, BL,
after a visit of several -weeks In the
Mrs. Albert Matterick. of San Anto
nio. Texas, la in the city visiting her
sister, Mrs. Murry Crossett
Mrs. George S. Waid, wife of the
former superintendent of the G. H. in
EI Paso, arrived Friday evening from
Houston. Mr. Waid is now assistant
general manager of the G. H. A S. A.
Misses Elisabeth and Km ma Bald
win, nieces of Mrs. W. J. Fewel, are
t isiting major and Mrs. Fewel at their
San Antonio street home. They are
from La Monte, Mo.
Mrs. W. Van Sickle, of Alpine. Tex.,
Is a guest of Mrs. W. W. Turney.
El Pasoans Asay
Miss Vivian Reed left Sunday - he
Golden State- Limited for a trv to
ilr. and Mrs. Burt J. Tuttle, 521 West
Missouri street, left Sunday morning
to join a party of friends for a month's
hunting trip in the Black mountains.
4TORE money passes"
oyer the counter for
Faffing Cigarettes than
for any other brand of
cigarette in this country.
The answer is in the
plain package that holds
20 price only 15 cents.
COME TO EL
One and a Fifth Pare for Round Trip
On Sale. Oct. 22, 23, 24. Limit 26.
ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP
Pot train No. 7 arriving Oct 23 and No. 9 arriving Oct. 24
Limit No. 8 of Oct. 25.
Make Our Office
City Ticket Office
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345, night.
Ecru and Amethyst
A rather novel color combination
was effectively worked out in this
dress. The lace, which resembles
cluuy. but Is of a deep ecru color, is
AtarHv -msiAhi4 fro th -rnilA whi)i
forms the dress. The darker portions
are of amytnest satin messaune,
matched by the glass buttons at the
A black velvet bow accentuates the
contrasting dark and light.
The second dance of the season at
the El Paso Military institute was
given there Friday evening. About
30 couples were on the dancing floor
and music was furnished by a five
piece orchestra composed of members
of the 22d infantry.
Hereafter a dance will be given
every second Friday night, but the next
dance will be given on November 1,
the one scheduled for October 35 being
postponed on account of the Os-Aple
i-arade. -which will be held that night.
The committee in charge of the danc
ing is composed of W. C. Elliott, K. B.
Long, P. W. Bittick and Harold Det-
J wiler, all students at the school.
xne dances are neia in uie arm
fioom, which is decorated for the oc
casions with pennants of various col
leges and fraternities.
Those who attended the dance Fri
day night were: Misses Ina Hall. Pearl
Butt, Mary Weeks. Edwina and Julia
Bigelow. Margaret Bryan. Amoret
Cobb, Beatrice Patemau, E. Hailes.
Ruth Hankins, Maurine Carter. Clara
Fink. Karma Deane, Imogene and
Manie Robertson, R. Adams, Vivian
Reed, Edna Robertson. Effie Warren,
Mildred Hood. Elizabeth Marks. Stella
Campbell. Deraa Fleck. Elisabeth Ste
vens. Mary Boleson. Margaret Winn,
Helen Stratton. Norma Van Surdam.
Mesdames Maurice Cushman, Bliss Al
bro. Laura Chenney; Messrs. H. E. Van
Surdam, Coggeshall. R. H. Wingo. Kent
Heffron. Bart Hillburn, Adkins Bow
den. Frank Ross, J. Kroker. Max Ste
venson, Maurloe Cushman, Blair Rog
ers, Walter Bateman, Jesse Payne, Ben
Aguirre, Wm. Taylor, Fred Carroll,
Fred Hoey. Julius Herman, John Gei
ger, Arthur Hawkinson. L. H. Crews.
C. A. Brann. P. W. Bittick. Wm. Reed,
Clarence Rand. Spencer Darbyshire, D.
Hughes, E. Long, John Russell, Wm.
Nelms, Frank Snyder, Grover Smith,
Harry Barker. W. C. Elliott, Lieuts.
W. C Nicholson. J. Mooney, H. D.
Schultz, F. A. Prince. Geo. Brett
The Saturday night dance was held
at the Country club as usual on Sat
urday evening and an enjoyable time
was spent by those present. The crowd
was not so large as usual, owing to
the inclemency or the -weather. The
Cloudcroft orchestra furnished the
The Pythian Sisters will entertain
with a dance this evening at the
Knights of Pythias halL
206 North Oregon
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II' B &,'S5L
At the meeting of the "Whatsoever"
club, held at the home of Miss Flor
ence Robertson Saturday afternoon, the
following program was given:
The child Moses saved from death,"
Miss Myra Pearson.
"Moses preparing for his -work and
call to deliver Israel," Miss Florence
"The king increases the Israelites"
task." Miss Abby Roberts.
"The plagues of Bgypt" Miss Jose
"The Passover," Miss Marguerite
"Crossing of the Red Sea," Miss Jose
"The bread from heaven," Miss Ol
The Ten Commandments given in
concert. These Bible stories 'were told
in the words of each speaker, in story
Piano solo. Miss Marguerite Har
grove. Class motto and class song.
A business meeting followed, with
Miss Olive Page, the president, in the
chair. Refreshments were served by
There will be a called meeting at the
chapel on Thursday at 3:30 to arrange
for an entertainment to be given in
the near future.
Dinners and Luncheons
Gen. and Mrs. John H. Page, parents
of George S. Symonds, were guests at
a family dinner givem at the Country
club on Saturday evening by Capt and
Mrs. George S. Symonds.
' Mrs. E. Z. Steever entertained with a
dinner party on Saturday evening at
the Country club in honor of her son,
Lieut. B. Z. Steever, jr., who is here
visiting his parents. Covers were laid
Eugene Fox entertained a party at
dinner at the Country club on Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Waters Davis had as
their guest Mrs. J. H. Russell at din
ner at the Country club on Saturday
Major and Mrs. Francis M. C. Usher
and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Torres composed
a party at dinner at the Country club
on Saturday evening.
A jolly party of young people left
Saturday evening to attend a house
party on Charlie Bassett's ranch. They
will return this evening. The person
nel of the party 'was: Dr. and Mrs.
James Vance. Misses Olive Davis. Le
mira Nebeker, Wanda Race, Eileen
Walz. Anne Lee Gaines: Messrs.
Cahrles Bassett. Garnett King, Ted
Houghton, Gist Russell and Tom New
man. El Pasoans Returning
M. B. Davis has returned from Bos
ton, where he placed his daughter.
T Miss Hazel, in schooL
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Longnecker
have returned from Los Angeles, CaX,
after a visit in that city.
About El Pasoans
Mrs. William S. Toung is very ill at
her home, 609 Ariaona street.
Mrs. Charles Leavell is ill at her
home with a severe attack of tonnHtis.
MINSTREL JOIvBS XBBD CENSOR.
In the old south negroes were de
pended upon by the plantation owners
for much, if not all, of the entertain
ment on the big estates. Natural mim
ics, inherently musical and possessing
native ability as dancers and fun mak
ers, the negro makes an ideal enter
tainer when he sticks to his last and
does not try any of the white folks'
Busby's negro minstrel at the El Paso
theater Sunday evening, with its sing
ing, dancing and fun making, gave a
splendid performance with but one ex
ception. The end men jokes need edit
ing badly before they are again pre
sented before the class of patrons man
ager Howard Fogg has on his season
reserve list. Some were good, but the
majority were coarse, and -while they
got over to the gallery, which was
reserved for the negroes, the down
stairs audience did not take any too
kindly to this crass comedy.
-4o better ensemble singing has been
heard in El Paso recently than that
rendered by the minstrel chorus Kf
male and female voices. The natural
sweetness of the negro's voice blended
effectively and the chorus and quar
tet numbers were all encored repeat
edly. When the chest feels on fire and the
throat burns, you have indigestion, and
you need HERBINB to get rid of the
disagreeable feeling. It drives out
badly digested food, strengthens the
stomach and purifies the bowels. Price
50c Sold by Scott White & Co.. three
ROB A RESTAURANT
Hungry burglars broke into Wood's
cafe, at 405 North Oregon street, Sat
urday night, and helped themselves to
the edibles. J. S. Blackshare. -who con
ducts the restaurant, estimates ihat
they got about $50 worth of meat ci
gars and tobacco. They took but one
box of cigars, but all the smoking to
bacco They could find, which proves,
says Mr. Blackshare. that the bur
glars were cigaret smokers.
Think f All
No wonder you some
times have a bilkms
headache, feel dizzy,
are troubled with in
digestion and can't
will help your Kver do
its work regularly, as
it should. Take no
coated er plain.
MAY PETITION" FOR
SPECIAL GRAND JURY
Plaintiffs in Red Light Suit Consider
Asking Criminal Indictments Against
If the eighth court of civil appeals
fails to reverse iudse A. 1L Walthall, of
the 41st district court, who refused to
issue the injunctions in the "Red Light"
reservation matter, a. request may he
made on iudse Walthall to appoint a
special erawrt jury to make iavestiga
tkms concerning: certain persons alleged
to own property in the reservation who
have been charged with renting it for
This was the declaration Saturday
morning of Gunther Leasing, one of the
attorneys for H. C. Mvles and others,
who were the plaintiffs in the 41st dis
trict court. The case has been set down
for submission to the higher court on
October 31, having been taken to that
court on appeal, after iudge Walthall,
on September 9. the day the case was
submitted to him. refused to issue the
injunctions prayed for.
"On September 9, the day that iudge
Walthall refused to issue the injunc
tions," said Mr. Lessiug Saturday morn
ing, "I told him that Bridgers. the coun
ty attorney, had refused to take the
complaint in the case, and be appeared
i to dc angry, ana saia: mi .onagers re-
fuses to take the complaints, and the
grand inry fails to return any indict
ments in the matter. I will appoint a
special grand iury that will make the
investigations, and return indictments.'
'e want to avoid criminal proceed
ings." continued Mr. Lessing. "if we
can- The request for the special grand
iury may be made. I am inclined to
wait and see what the action of the
eighth court of civil appeals will be.
I am confident ihat the court will reverse-
iudge Walthall. I do not intend
to stop at tlie eighth court of civil ap
peals in the event that it should ren
der an adverse decision, but will take
the matter up to tie supreme court. If
the higher court reverses iudge Wal
thall, which I am confident it will,
iudge Walthall will have nothing to do
but to issue the injunctions and the
matter will stop there."
H. C. Mvles, one of the plaintiffs in
the suit, stated Friday afternoon that
the request for the special grand iury
might be made. He further said that
this request was in no wise dependent
on the act of the eighth court of civil
appeals, or the fact that the case in
that court would be submitted on Oc
. LIFE WITH SHEARS
Ernest B. Herrlag Telephone Manager,
StabK Self In Heart Wife Tries
te Stop Illm.
Carrizozo. N. M.. Oct. 14. Ernest B.
Herring, local manager: of the Moun
tain States Telephone and Telegraph
company's office at this place, com
mitted suicide at 7:20 this evening,
klling himself by thrusting the pointed
blade of a small pair of shears into
I He had been here only about thre
I -weeks. He was 32 years of age, mar
ried, and the father oz two cnuaren,
a boy and a girl. He was the son of a
prominent physician at Tucumcari, and
came here from that point His wife
and family arrived from there only
last Thursday. They were living tem
porarily in the rear room of the tele
phone office, awaiting the arrival of
their household goods.
He had been receiving treatment and
shortly afterwards he ran out of the
loom of Dr. M. F. Paden. past the rear
of the Paden hospital and started up
the street telling his wife before start
ing that he meant to die. She. with
the night operator, followed. He ran
up the street a short distance, stopped,
thrust the blade of the shears Into his
heart and then started back. Th
frightened screams of the women at
tracted the attention of the doctor and
others, and he was carried Into the
.ospital. where ne died wnnin a raw
His father at Tucumcari was tele
phoned for and came at once. An in
quest was held, the verdict being sui
cide. The body will be taken to Tu
cumcari for burial.
IN AUTO SMASH
As the result of a headon collision
between an automobile driven by w.
A. Green, and a delivery wagon, driven
by William Price, a negro, on Alameda
avenue Saturday night at 11:15 oclock.
Price ia at- his home, at the intersec
tion of Rosa street and Roosevelt ave
nue, suffering from serious injuries to
his back and other parts of his body.
William Steele, another negro, who
was in the wagon with Price, jumped
when the machine struck the vehicle
and escaped injury. The horse which
the men were driving was killed.
It was reported to the police that
when the automobile struck the de
livery wagon it cut the horse from it
and carried the animal on the hood for
30 feet beforo the machine was
stopped. Green was arrested and
taken to the police station. Sunday
he was released on a $206 bond.
TO SAVE 89 MINERS
TotterlBg' aad Exhaasted, 76 Men Make
Way Through Flames aad Smoke
PrB the 700-Feet Level.
Hobart Tasmania, Oct 14. Hundreds
of rescuers are battling againot flames
and smoke to save 89 entombed miners
at the North Mount Lyell mine. The
fire started through the blowing out of
a motor fuse. In a few minutes dense
blackt clouds of smoke began to pour
from 'the mine where 150 men were
Tottering and exhausted. 7-t men who
had been working at the 700-foot level,
succeeded in reaching the surface
through the smoke that time and again
threatened to suffocate them. One died
after he got out
HOLT SELLS 800
ACRES NEAR VADO
Vado Station. N. M.. Oct 14. H. B.
Holt has Bold 800 acres of valley land
north of Vado to a Chicago capitalist
which is now being surveyed. '
Ditch work has begun on the old
Karlham ditch, now called the Three
Mr. and Mrs. Weston have completed
a new barn. 28x28.
Sam Bellman received another oar
load of flour last week.
Wheat threshing has been delayed
on account of wet -weather.
j DAMS.VRT ORGANIZBS
Dalhart Texas. Oct 14. So far as
known. Dalhart has the unique dis
tinction of being the first city in the
United States to establish a coloniza
tion commission. The purpose of the
commission is to colonise the country
within a radius of 15 miles, Dalhart
being the center. The plan -was con
ceived by Rev. Patrick Murphy, pastor
of the Catholic church of this place.
The Dalhart colonization commis
sion is composed of 10 citizens. They
receive nothing for their services.
They will use every legitimate method
known to modern colonization to put
the man who needs the land on the
land that needs the man.
ALAMOS COMPANY IMPORTS
CATTI.B FOR RUSWKLL R.YNCII
Nogales. Ariz., Oct 14. W. B. Kibbey.
manager of the Alamos cattle com
lany. of Sonora. has Imported 500 head
of cattle, mostly yearlings and calves,
for shipment to the Mossman ranch at
Roswell. N. M Dr. Hart from Doug
las, supervised the importation and
dipping of the cattlei
BIG- LAND DEALS
MADE AT ARTESIA
Ose Tract of 400 Acre Exchanged For
94te,0e Worth of Kaunas Land;
Dr. Smith Sells Residence.
Artesia. N. M.. Oct. 14. Frank
and Will Gilsdorf have traded
their 400 acres of land northeast of
Artesia with judge Xngemeade, a pre
siding judge of Kansas, for 1240 acres
of land in Kansas valued at J60.000.
the deal being conusmmated through
William Dooley. The 400 acres will
De -extensively improved. i
tesia residence and 320 acre desert
claim east of the Pecos river for Oma
ha real estate valued at 315,000. The
330 acres will be reclaimed and put in
Dexter high school football team
met defeat at the hands of tMe Ar
tesia high school in an exciting game
played here by a score of 18 to 8.
Three of the Artesia churches are for
the present without pastors. Rev. Mr.
Ramsey, of the Methodist Episcopal
church, south, has an appointment in
Texas. ReT. E. E. Mathes. of the
Presbyteripn ehurcn, will have charge
of the Presbyterian church at Mesilla
Park, and Rev. R. H. Maples, of the
Baptist church, will preach in Mis
souri. An explosion from a gasoline stove
caused a fire at the residence of O.
G. Greer, near the high school, that did
considerable damage to the dining
room and kitchen furniture before the
flames were extinguished. There was
CITY OF TOMBSTONE
Mlnlag OMy Had Planned to Give Et
Paso BeoAters a Joy RMe ia a
Tombstone, Ariz., Oct 14. Tomb
stoneites are very much disappointed
that the El Paso boosters, who are
about to tour Arizona, will not include
this city in their itinerary. Bill Hat
tich had aimed to get cut a special
edition of the Epitaph. "Mulligan" was
to be served in the Bird Cage and a pa
rade headed by the old Modoc stage
was to have taken the visitors down
Toughnut street and .over the city on
a sight seeing trip. Our El Paso neigh
bors don't know what they have missed
by cutting Tombstone out.
The good work being done by the
Cochise county taxpayers association
is just beginning to be understood. The
aims and objects of tne association, it
is shown, are all in the interest of the
taxpayer, the small one as well as the
OLD BOREAS DOES
SOME BLASTING- HERE
How do you like this weather?
Some folks like warm weather, oth
ers prefer cold. Still others are not
particular so long as it is weather. For
the latter class they have been having
an abundance of their favorite brand
during the past two days.
Sunday started with a wild wind and
some dust It congealed later in the
day and made the coal business good
early Monday morning. A drizzling
rain fell Sunday afternoon, but was
frozen at its source Sunday evening,
with a return engagement Monday
The weather man promises more of
the same for this week, disguising it
under the term "unsettled atmospheric
conditions," which helps none to pay
the coal bill. A tropical storm that
has been chasing its tail in the Gulf
of Mexico is held as an accessory be
fore the fact for this bit of unwel
MARTINEZ KILLED IN
MorencI, Ariz.. Oct 14. Ion Mar
tinez, who shot deputy sneriff George
Yourg at Clifton, was killed near Mo
rend when he resisted capture. Mar
tines was located on Chihuahua hiU.
near this place, and deputy sheriff
Hoffman and Constable Cash went
after him. A number of shots were
exchanged by the officers and Martinez
and Martinez was snot twice, once in
the neck and once in the stomach,
A petition has been circulated re
questing the board of supervisors of
Greenlee county to purchase blood
hounds. It is the general opinion that
they would assist materially in track
ing criminals, of which the county has
had its share of late .and some are
still at large.
NEW SANTA PE SHOPS
Albuaueraue. N. M.. Oct. tA. Th
Santa Fe railway company has plans I
laid for the construction of new shops
AiDuquerquf to cost i,tuu,vo wnich
will give employment to 1500 men and
add 3000 or 3500 to the population of
The citizens of Albuquerque through
the chamber of commerce have raised
a bonus of $90,000 with which to pur
chase the land needed in addition to
the site of the old shops. Work on
the building will begin about Janu
DAN M. JACKSON TO BE
ACTING JUDGE FOR A WBBK
Dan M. Jackson -was unanimously
chosen by the members of the local
Bar association to preside over the pro
ceedings of the S4th district court for
the coming week. Judge J. R. Harper.
-t this "court is exoected to be absent
I from the district for a week.
Are Good Fighters
Whether at Work or Play, Baduraace
Cea from Good Digest!,
Always .Insured hy Stttart'x
Men and women must have quick wit
and good grit to stand the day's bat
tles. A dyspeptic may get away with
his work, but is always at swords"
points with those around him. A good
stomach and a good meal well di
gested puts us in a good, jolly fight
ing mood, the sort that mows down
work and commands the heartv co
operation of our associates. The man at t
tne neaa oi a ouslness who has a good
stomach has behind him a good fight
ing force against competition and the
daily mixups that are bound to take
place. I fact a well organized busi
ness is like our digestive system.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets ast soon
as taken into th system go right to
work as assistants to the stomach,
rendering it an immense amount of
help in working out the very complex
processes of digestion, encouraging it
in the performance of its functions, re
lieving it of a portion of its duties,
thereby allowing it a temporary re
spite, and' also toning up, strengthen
ing, revitalizing its secretory glands,
mucous membranes, absorbing glands
and muscular walls in such a way that
the stomach soon recovers its lost
powers of digestion, motility, assimila
tion and ultimately does its work as
well as ever without outside assist
ance. These powerful little tablets contain
in a concentrated form, every element
necessary to digest all forms of food,
whether meats, vegetables, cereals,
eggs. fish. eta. and they act equallv
well in an acid or an alkaline medium.
If your stomach is ailing, does not
digest as quickly or as thoroughly as
it should, and your entire system in
consequence is suffering from malnu
trition and mal-assimilatlon. you owe
it to yourself to give the abused stom
ash assistance o help It out of its
The solution of your stomach-trouble
problem is easy: Go to your druggist
at once and secure a package, then
take one or two after each meal or as
required, then note the difference in
the way you feel. All druggists sell
them. Price 50 cents. Adv--
ONE DAY ONLY
2 Performances, 2 and 8 p. m.
S ATU R DA Y
BARNES JSSffi, CIRCUS
BENEFIT SUNSHINE DAY NURSERY
. 4 9 9 i OiiWnlMiinnm JbSHbIIIIBiPrx-. . - k39
MAMMOTH FREE STREET PARADE 10 A. M.
Reserved Seat Sale Wed., Oct 17, at Ryan's Drug Store
The Tented City of Wonders at Santa Fe & 2nd
X C. Vernoi aaj a position on the
G. H. as brakeKsa.
Brakeman Wooten, of the T. P, is
laying off for a few days.
C. M. Dawley, conductor on the S. P-.
is laying off for a few trips.
J. V. Dowtin, brakeman on the G. E,
is laying off for a few trips.
C A. King, brakeman on the G. S.,
is laying off for a few days.
George Foster, conductor os the
Santa Fe, has reported for doty.
Harry Parry, brakeman on the T. P
is laying off for a few days.
N. Scott and J. W. McCloud have po
sitions as switchmen on the G. H.
Brakeman Mason, of the T. P., is now
working on passenger for a few trips.
J. W. Gerald, switchman on the G. H.,
is now night foreman on the coach en
gine. G. H. Fitapatrick is now switching
on tHe night shift at the Bl Paso,smel
ter. C A. Dibble, switchman en the G.
BL, is working as brakeman for a few
Oscal Clouse, engineer for the South
western, is now working on the swith
Tom Forthye. formeraly a conductor
in Mexico, is In El Paso on his war to
J. C. Borgaxdus, switchman on the
G. H.. has been doing road work for a
Agent Glethery, of the Southwestern,
has reported for duty. He is located at
W. F. Webb, switchman on the G. H
has been transferred from th night to
the day force.
W. A. CConnel, brakeman on the S.
P.. is now working o the G. H. in tem
W. H. Hopkins, switchman on the G.
H., is laying off on account of a slight
ly mashed hand.
T. W. Cartwright of the G. H., is now
back braking after working for a few
days as conductor.
J. M. Gibson, switchman on the T. P..
has reported for duty after being off
for several days.
K B. Gibbons, conductor on the S.
P., has reported for duty after being
off for several trips.
1 a. Cann. brakeman on the Santa
Fe, has gone to Kansas City on a 10
days' visit to relatives.
Mrs. Frame, wife of operator Frame,
of the T. P., who has been seriously ill.
is now recovering rapidly.
Frank Keller, engineer for the Santa
Fe, has returned to San Marcial, after
a short visit to Albuquerque.
Jimmy Gill, passenger fireman on
the Southwestern between Bl Paso and
Carrizozo, has reported for duty.
C. E. Darnell, brakeman on the G.
H.. who has been working as conductor
for a few trips, is no r laying off.
J. H. Dyer, superintendent of the &
P. at Tucson, has returned home, after
visiting in El Paso for a short time.
Lyle Jacobs, brakeman on the South
western at Tucumcari, has reported for
duty after being off for several trips.
Conductor Sutton, of the Santa Fe,
has returned to San Marcial after
spending one day in El Paso on busi
ness. C. A. Withers, switchman On the G.
It, who has been working nights as
engine foreman, is now working days
Joe Kernel!, conductor on the South
western, who has been on the local, is
now working one through freight
Ray Roash, -engineer for the South
western out of Tucumcari. is now
working out of Carrizozo in temporary
Frank Oldman. brakeman on the G.
H., who has been working as conduc
tor for a few trips, is now back brak
Mrs. Ernest Durham, wife of passen
ger brakeman Durham, of the South
western, has left on a visit to points in
Mrs. Eugene Gordon, wife of master
mechanic Gordon of the Sauthwestetn
at Tucumcari. has returned home, after
an extended trip to points in the east
Mike Wooley. formerly an engineer
on the G. H. out of El Paso, now has
a position as engineer on the Mexico
A. Robingson. brakeman on the G.
H., is now working as conductor on
T. H. Binkleys car while Mr. Binfcley
is I&wlng off.
W. O. Btxler, brakeanan on the Sooth
western local between Carrizozo and
Duran. has reported for duty after a
short lay off.
John Moss, passenger conductor on
the G. H., who has been attending
court in Houston, has returned and has
reported for duty.
Bill Bollman, engineer for the G. H.
at Sanderson, has reported for duty.
Engineer Petersen, of the G. H., has
reported for duty.
Georgia Howard, brakeman on the
Southwestern, is now on the local be
tween El Paso and Carrizozo with con
ductor Jenkins's crew.
H. E. Summers, superintendent for
'the Rio Grande division of the Santa
Fe. has returned to the San Marc'al
after a short visit to El Paso.
Operator Hal Pruitt of the Belen di
vision of the Santa Fe. is visiting his
father, section foreman Pruitt of the
Southwestern, at Pastura, N. M
Conductor Clavel. of the Southwest
ern at Tucumcari. is having a home
built in that city. He expects to be
able to move into It by Christmas.
Miss Mamie Clark, sister of former
pects to leave in a few days on an ex-
tended trip to Houston and Dallas. Tex. !
Ll Nally. switchman on the G. H.. is I
now working on the extra engine. Mrs. I
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Nally and child, who were both bitten
recently by a vicious dog, have recov
ered. George Bath, formerly a zhresaan on
the Santa Fe at Las Vegas, K. K, Is
now located in Harrington. Xans.
where be has a pesition on the Rode
R. S. James, porter on the G. HL. has
returned from a trip to Houston and
has reported for duty. John Freeman,
who relieved him. Is now back en the
porter's extra board.
Frank Mayers, passenger engiaeeron
the Southwestern between Bl Paso and
Carrizozo, has returned from a. 0 days'
vacation which he spent in Chicago,
and ha3 rer-crte for duty.
Van Peabody and J. Foster, brake
men on the S. P- who have been work
ing in temporary service1 on the G. H..
are now back on the S. P. and are both
laying off for a few days.
R. H. Harris, who was working into
El Paso as engineer on the Santa Fe
in 1906. is in the city on his way to
Los Angeles, where he has a position,
on the a P. as fireman.
H. P. Johnson, porter on the G. H..
who has been laying off on account of
being sick, has reported for duty. Por
ter Tom Miller, who relieved him, is
now back on the extra board.
Misa Lei Malone has returned to El
Paso after a visit to her brother in
Ash Fork, Ariz. Mr. Malone is a brake
man on the Santa Pe water train be
tween Ash Fork and Sellgman, Ariz.
Sam Blxler, engineer for the Santa.
Fe, who has been running the Dem
ing switch engine for a number of
years, is now a passenger engineer be
tween Silver City and Santa Rita. N. M.
No. 9, the G. H. passenger from the
east came into Bl Paso Saturday with
11 heavily loaded cars. Most of the
passengers were homeseekers taking
advantage of the low rate to Cali
fornia. G. W. Scott formerly a brakeman on
the Southwestern out of Tucumcari, is
in El Paso from Fairbanks, Arit. where
he has taken up some land. Mr. Scott
resignea from the Southwestern in
Roscoe Valentine, brakeman on the
Santa Fe at Raton, is in EI Paso on
his way to Rock Springs, Tex., to visit
relatives for a couple of weeks. He
will leave El Paso Tuesday morning
over the G. H.
C. R. Donnely. brakeman on the Tex
as & New Orleans, oat of New Orleans.
Is in El Paso on his way to San Diego.
CaL. where he intends to go into busi
ness for himself. He is accompanied by
Harry Desmond, conductor on the G.
H., who has been working on passenger
for about 10 days, is now back on
freight and W. E. Swearengen who has
been working on Mr. Desmond's car as
conductor, is now back braking.
Night yardmaster Holz of the G. H.
at Sanderson, who has been seriously ill
in Hotel Dieu for some time, is now
able to walk down town. He expects to
be able to return to Sanderson in about
ten days. Hflj wife is here with him.
A. Jamison, formerly a conductor on
the Santa Fe at Saa Marcial. now has
a position as brakeman on the "Katy
out of San Antonio, Tex. Mr. Jamison
worked for a short time as switchman
on the G. H. at Valentine and Sander
son, after leaving the Santa Fe.
W. H. Britton, formerly a pumper for
the G. H.. is in the city. He is sow lo
cated at Sweetwater and has just re
turned from a visit to Fort Worth, Tex.
jBraaeman aiast, at tne S. P., who is
now in California on his vacation is ex
pected home in a few days.
W. F. Jenkins, conductor on the
Southwestern, has beeh assigned to the
local with the Sunday lay over in El
Paso. Al Hardir ts on the other local
with the Sunday lay over in Carrizozo.
Billy Hanna. conductor on the Santa
Fe. who has been doing eTtra passen
ger work for a few days, is now back
on freight again and Victor Anderson,
who has been working on Mr. Hanna' s
car, as conductor, is now back braking.
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