EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Mareli 4, 1913
drow Wilson Was
The whole United States is Interested
in the Inauguration.
How About You Individually ?
T is rather a long distance proposition for
El Pasoans to be interested in the event
at the White House today. However, you
can celebrate right here in El Paso by inaug
urating a prosperous future for yourself. The
way to do this is to
Buy Two or More Lots in
Whether the new administration is an era of
marked prosperity or not makes little differ
ence to owners of El Paso property, and
especially of property in -Morning Side
Heights Addition. This is the future high
class suburban section of El . Paso and lots
are now at the lowest possible prices.
Lots Range In Price
Morning Side Heights
will be an Ideal
Place to Live
It has Every PossiVe Advantage
In its Favor Investigate Fully!
$10.00 A LOT DOWN
A LOT MONTHLY
By QEbu nBi DHyB m cECS S H n fli B Hi HBfi md IH BBL D vU Pm BS H Bi S BJH9 D H fenfi HV 1 91 BbwB 4
T HAT MORNING SIDE HEIGHTS
will be a modern, model residence sec
tion is assured from the beginning. The fol
lowing restrictions are made a part of every
contract entered into for lots in "Morning
Side" Heights. There shall be no:
GAUGES CASE GOES
Change of Venue Is Granted
in Case Against City
Las Cruces, N. M., March 4. The case
of the dt&te of New Mexico vs. the
board of trustees of Las Cruces, came
Tip for hearine "before judge Medler
here yesterday, on an order to show
cause. A presentment was returned by
the last errand jury. Mark B. Thomp
son led the defence, assisted by attor
neys Southerland, Numa Frenger and
H. R Holt. The state wu represented
by J. H. Paxton, Wade & Wade, Llew
ellyn &. Llewellyn and district attorney
K B. Hamilton.
Mr. Thompson moved to quash the
presentment on the grounds that It was
a. criminal and not a civil
procedure. He moved to strike
out different counts In the present
ment that in themselves would not
constitute a cause to remove the de
fendants from office. Judge Medler
overruled the motion.
The attorneys for the state then
moved for a change of venue, on the
grounds that an Impartial jury could
not be obtained In this county. The
defence then presented affidavits from
about 20 prominent bu-aluess men stat
ing that they believed an impartial
jury could be obtataed in this county.
The motion was grvited and the ease
was set for trial at Carrizoao, March
This case has created much excite
ment in Las Cruces and has grown
out of transacions of the board of
trustees covering a period of the past
year. The city officials are charged
-with negligence and incompetency in
the administration of city affairs. The
charges brought against them are in
connection with the construction and
administration of the water and sewer
plants and other city business.
The grand Jury had recommended to
the court that the defendants be re
moved from office.
MHrf- dab Meetlac.
The open meeting of the Music club,
held at the home of I. A. Stevens, on
Amador street last evening, was large
ly attended and an excellent program
rendered. The program was arranged
by Prof. J. .O Miller, of the State col
lege. The hostesses were Mesdames
Broaddus and Sexton and Miss HI 11.
The program as rendered follows:
Selections from opera Faust (Gou
'O Love. Thy Help" (Saint-Saeos).
Humoresk.-" (Dvorak), "Spanish
Trance Oloszkowski). Miss Lute Foster,
"Am Strande" (Brahms). "Guarde Che
Bianca Luna" (Campana), Mrs. Bran I -gann.
"Cansona" (Carl Bonn). "Orlentelle"
(Cesar Cut). Mrs. Sexton.
"O, Mio Fernando," La Favorlta,
(Donizetti), Miss Medlar.
Selections from opera The Hugenots
"Fly Singing Bird. Fly" tElgar).
women's chorus; Mrs. Stevens, pie.no;
Mrs. Sexton, Mr. Boseyns, violins.
The Lorelei" (Hans Seeling). Mrs.
"Wanderer's Evening Song" (Ruben
atetnt, Mrs. Badenoch, Mrs.- Broaddus,
; J. H. Sheldon Dies.
J. S. Sheldon died suddenly at his
home on Griggs street at about five
oclock last evening. His sickness dated
hack to February, two years ago.
Shortly after that time he went to
Colorado, and his health greatly im
proved, but after six months spent in
his home city, Birmingham, Ala., his
health became impaired and he again
sought a change of cllma-e and located
in Las Crucee. where he took charge of
the H. L. Stewart Furniture store. For
the past six weeks he 'was unable to be
at his place of business, but he had been
able to 'walk around in the home and
even yesterday afternoon he sat out in
the yard in the sun and laughed and
talked -with his family and friends. He
walked in the house and lay down on
the bed and died in a lev. minutes. His
death was due to tuberculosis. He is
survived by a wife and. four children,
viz.. Mrs. J. E. Crump, of Birmingham;
Griffin, Frances and Lady Ruth at
home. The deceased was born at Ha
vana. Ala., and was 43 years of age the
second of last October.
The remains will be taken to his
home city, Birmingham, Ala., for inter
ment. The family here -will accom
pany the remains to the final resting
A fire alarm was sounded here short
ly after noon yesterday. At first it was
reported to be the Netl Cross residence
in North Las Cruces, but proved to be
a small stable on the same lot. The
loss was about $75. The flames were
prevented from spreading to the house,
but the fire company arrived too late
to save the stable. There was no in
surance. A valuable horse was rescued
from the stable. The stable caught
fire from burning weeds, set on fire, it
is believed, by some careless boys play
ing in the alley.
Regardless of the disagreeable af-
: ternoon which Feb. 27 brought 15
I women mostly of the Baptist church,
j met at the beautiful suburban home of
I Mrs. J. B. Toast for a brief mission
I study on Brazil. All took some part
in the study, which made, the meeting
very interesting. After the mission
questions had been discused. refresh
ments were served. Three little ones
were present. Misses Dorothy Banner,
Ruth Cormany and Master Jack Center,
and they had the privilege of having
a little table all to themselves.
school so far this semester. Mrs. Laf
ferty has been forced to close her
boarding house on account of the
The Ferlet brothers, who have been
home on their ranch at Berino for two
weeks, have returned' to school.
Ted Lester went to El Paso to drive
n r hank- fn MeRilla Park.,
j President Garrison has returned from
' an auto trip over New Mexico.
Moshler Temple went to El Paso to
transact business for the Round-Up.
The pool tables metalled at the r. m.
C. A. have netted $46 in two months'
Roe Miller has' been released from
the college hospital.
Five rounds of blank cartridges
were issued to the battaMon. The bat
talion was then divided info two sec
tions and a mimic sham battle was
participated in. Companies B and D
succeeded in locating A and C and rout
ing them from their position.
Maurice Edmuston and Bernard Cleve
have been taken ill witn tne measles
and removed to the college hospital.
m a nir e-afl- a x t rtTTm
THE DEVIL HIS DUES
Sam Small gave the devil his due at
the Trinity Methodist church Monday
night, when he delivered his lecture on
Tiis satanic majesty Sam and the "old
boy" are not friends and he became
personal in his denunciation of the
ruler of evil in his lecture. He gave
a biography of the orthodox devil and
added a few touches of his own to the
picture. He took a shot or two at the
village gossips, the town liars and other
acqualntannces of the subject of his
discourse. Sam has a well developed
funny bone, which he uses in his lecture
at opportune .times to get a laugh from
. IS OPEN TO TRAVEL
SOCIAL FEATURES OF
' CONVENTION PLANNED
KLBVBX CASBS OF MEASLES
AT COLLKGK DURING SEMESTER
State College, N. M.. March 4. There
has been 11 cases of the measles at the
he Cheer fill Life
It is the right of everyone to live and enjoy the cheerful life. We owe
it to ourselves and those who live with us to live the cheerful life. We,
cannot do so if ill health takes hold of us.
The wife, mother and daughter suffering from hot Bashes, nervousness,
headache, backache, dinggfeg-down feeling, or any other weakness doe to disorders
or feregulBrttieB of the deHeate f enisle organs is not only a burden to herself.
bat to her oved ones.
There is a remedy. SVs-ty years experience has proven nnnastafcabjy that
Will restore health to weakened womankind. For 40 years it has survived
prejudice, envy and malice. Sold fay df alers in medicine in liquid or tablet form.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite P-cserir-tion T blcts can be had of druirgirt or mailed on
rect-pt of one-ceat stampa foe SI-CO or Soc cae. Address S. V. Pierce, M. D
Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets resmlaie and fnvtecr?
TURKISH OFFICERS FEAR REVOLT:
BULGARIANS FIRE ON FOREIGNERS
Constantinople. Turkey, March 4.
The government appears apprehensive
of a fresh revolution since the discovery
of a conspiracy when several promi
nent officers and civilians, including a
former military governor, were placed
under arrest. The Young Turk leaders
are nervous, and the garrison has been
increased by two regiments. The guard
at the port also has been strengthened
and other measures taken (o enforce the
suppression of nay coup.
Thirteen officers delegated by the
army at Tchalaja to make representa
tions to the government were arrested
on their arrival at Constantinople.
The severe weather continues and the
country is covered with snow.
French and Italian steamers passing
Charkeui have been fired upon by the
Bulgarians. One Italian vessel was
badly damaged, and as a consequence
was beached. It is reported that
British vessels also have attracted the
fire of the Bulgarians.
TEXAS "WOMAN LEAVES HOSPITAL:
3IYSTBRY SURROUNDS ACTIONS.
Chieago. 111.. March 4. Mrs. Mabel
Mills, wife of a real estate dealer of
San Antonio. Texas, whose mysterious
loss of mora than $40,000. presumably
either by robbery or accident, left the
Evanston hospital to which she had
been taken, when found dazed and in
jured, and her present whereabouts is
as much of a mystery as that of the
large sum of money which has so
The belief at present is that Mrs.
Mills left Chicago for St. Louis, where
previously she had told the police she
naa some business to transact.
THREE prntn GUILTY TO
GAMING AND ARE FINED
G. E. Hawkins. D. K. Murry and W.
H. Goff Monday afternoon pleaded
guilty to a charge of gaming. Haw
kins, said to re the proprietor of the
Acme pool hall, corner of Texts and
Stanton, who was charged -with per
mitting games of pool to be played in
hie place at which money -was wagered,
was fined $15. Murry and Goff were
fined $5 and $10, respectively.
SUFFRAfiBT PAR VDK 'RESULTS
IN INJI RY TO 300 PERSONS.
Washington. T. C . March 4. Three
hundred or mrr person"? were hurt in
ihc cn"!h alnii-- I't nnlania avenue
3ur'n th S'lff-i. t r'Tle Mondav
"i i ' -3 -' t- h 1 " 't-
1 - r. a.Tns
Is Completed Except for Some Grading
and Leveling: Old Fashioned
Singing School Held.
Alamogordo. 2v. ML. March 4. The au
tomobile road between this cltv and
Cloudcroft is now open all the way
through. The roadbed Is completed and
all it lacks is the grading and leveling,
which will make it one of the best and
most substantial roads to be found any
where. The road Is expected to be
completed entirely within a few weeks.
The road can be traveled now as it is
and many people are taking advantage
of the short cut from the mountains
and also many people from this city are
making the trip for the beautiful scen
ery that is to be seen along the road.
An old fashioned singing school was
given by the members of the Sunday
school of the First Presbyterian church
here. A large crowd was present.
A dance at the Beaver's hall in this
city was attended by a large crowd un
til a very late hour.
A stereoptican lecture. "The Origin
of -the American Indian, was given at
the High School auditorium. The en
tertainment was free to school students.
The Royal Ambassadors gave a party
to their girls friends at the home of
Mrs. Sims. Various games were en
joved by a large crowd.
The truck growers of the Sacramen
to valley were addressed by Lee I.
Martin, representative of the Truck
Growers' association of New Mexico and
western Texas, at the county court
house. A large crowd was in attend
ance and much Interest was shown.
CONVENTION IS OPEN
Amarillo. Texas. March 4. TVith 400
cattlemen and visitors present, the 14th
annual convention of the Panhandle
Stockmen's association convened in
Amarillo this forJ. jou cr a three days'
Candidates for the next annnual con
vention include Bl Paso. Oklahoma
City. Roswell. Midland and CIovls, each
having delegations here at work
Hotel Paso del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte Is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Kxcellent service.
WHY J. MiD PERRY
GAVEJJP HIS RUN
Interesting Incident Told By
Popular Engineer Who
Tested Plant Juice.
It was the state of his health that
caused J. Mid Perry, one of the best
.wn ,enlneer3 on the Rock Island
ytem In Texas, to give up his reguisr
run and take a switch engine. Mr.
Perry lives at Fort Worth. Texas, R. F.
..? v S box J- H nW:
i.nad to give up my regular run. I
could not stand the strain due to my
- -- -mij niiu Biuuiacn irvjuoie.
i?i ?ad run me down until I was In
snape and getting very despond
ui "when I began taking Plant Juiee.
which has been a Godsend to so many
of the railroad boys here. It has done
more for me than I ever thought pos
sible. Had I known of Plant Juice
three years ago I would never haie
given up my main line run. It has
built me up. stopped my stomach and
kidney troubles, and I feel fine. I
think Plant Juice does even more than
is claimed for it."
For deranged stomach an 1 kidneys
there Is nothing In the world t eiuU
Plant Juice It is taken into the cir
culation and dissolves uric pcid which
si Tied fmm diseased kidneys, and
utiri 1 ri m . - it. It 1. ars thi Hwii
rl iio. the 1 . r anil puts new 'fY and
r. it j, in- tji r It t '! '.i .u
Program for Cattlemen Will Include
Reception. and Many Events for
"With addresses by governor Colquitt
and other prominent Texans, the pro
gram for the Cattle Raiser's association
of Texas convention will be of interest.
The official program has been ar
ranged by E. B. Spiller. of Fort Worth,
secretary of the association. The social
features are being planned by the
chamber of commerce and have not yet
been definitely arranged. If no rein
forcements are received by the present
garrison of Fort Bliss the military re
view which was to form a prominent
feature of the entertainment will be
dispensed with. Among the entertain
ment features to be provided by the
Woman's club for the visiting women
will be a reception for registration at
the EI Paso del Norte hotel Tuesdav
afternoon, a reception at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Turney for the
visiting delegates and other social
events to follow through the days cf
the convention. The plans for these
will not be completed until the meet
ing of the Woman's club with the
chamber of commerce Saturday
The official program follows:
Tuesday. March 18. 10 a. m. Conven
tion called to order by president Mc
Faddln. Prayer Rev. Perry J. Rice, of Bl
Addresses of welcome C E. Kelly,
mayor of El Paso; W. W. Turner, of
1 Paso; C. C. McDonald, of Bl Paso.
Response to addreases of welcome
W. D. Davis, of Fort 'Worth.
Addresses O. B. Colquitt, governor
Annual address of president Al M.
Reports of executive committee.
Appointment of committees.
Wednesday. March 19. 10 a. m. Con
vention called to order by president.
Introduction and reference of resolu
tions. Brief talks by members.
Address C. B. Hudspeth. EI Paso.
Address "The Relation of the Cat
tlemen to the Sanitary Commlsion," W.
N. Waddell. chairmon of the Livestock
Sanitary commission of Texas, Fort
Address A.' D. Melvin, representing
the federal bureau of animal industry,
Washington. D. C
Thursday, March , 9:36 a. m.
Convention called to order by presi
dent. Address "The Relation of the Law
and Its Administration to the Cattle
Industry." JL S. Cowan, attorney for
the association. Fort Worth.
Report, of committees.
Discussion of resolutions
Election of officers.
Appointment of executive committee
Selection of the next place of meet
ing. PATENTS ISSUED TO NEW
.... ,lu iiiisoA.VArs.
Spellman. Murray ft Carr. patent at- ,
torneys of Dallas Texas, announce the
Issuance by the United States atnt
following patents to residents' of Ari- I
zona and New Mexico:
Ar)lmv'I5ri5.Vi1,er 5- Glsh. Swan- '
" 1? :.": """"" a- Jones. Dome. I
automatic iue oiock and relay pro-
tantor- Daniel J Ctr.1,.. m-ir""' .rix
ing and reversible bed- Henry HI1L
Phoenix horse colUr: Walter Len
non. Tucson, car coupling
New Mexico Charles T Haas and R
C- Hunter. Tucumcari. oifbrne?:
Joseph 1 -L Djiere. Albuquerque,
cushioning means for vehicle.
SOCORRO ELKS TO HOLD
CELEBRATION; HAS M6 MBHRKKS
Socorro. N. M., March 4. The local
lodge of B,ks will hold a celebration
here on March 11 and 1. at which Elks
from Kelly and Magdalena are ex
pected to attcml in a larse body Th
Socorro lodge now j, ,, 905 members.
SUITS FILED FOE
Breach of Contract Is Alleged In Re
gard to Mining Property la Whicb
Canadians Are Interested.
Suits for alleged breach of contracts
affecting mining properties located in
the Parral district of Chihuahua have
recently been instituted in Parral by
a Canadian company and El Paso par
ties against Messrs. W. D. Ross ad
Strahan Johnson, of Toronto. Canada.
Mr. Ross being general manager of
the Metropolitan bank, of Toronto, and
Mr. Johnson being a prominent busi
ness man and financier of the same
The suits allege breach of contract
by the defendants in the purchase of
mining properties in the Parral dis
trict, and are brought for a sum aggre
gating two million, three hundred
To Charles Francis De Ri
viere Treat or His Children
You are requested to com
municate for your ad
vantage with W, W.
Vaughan, 53 State, Street,
thousand dollars. Harris Walthall,
Guillermo Porras and Mesa y Salinas
have charge of the cases instituted
by plaintiffs. Mr. Walthall is an attor
ney of El Paso, Mr. Porras is former
secretary of state of Chihuahua, and
Mr. Mesa y Salinas is an attorney from
Mexico City, being a law partner of
Rodolfo Reyes, the present minister of
justice of the republic of Mexico.
It is rumored that other suits will
be instituted in the sear future.
. ' ,
I Shoe Polishes
cleans and whitens
cam as sUces. In
round white cakes
packed in xiuotin
boxes, with sponge.
10c In handsome,
boxes, with spo&rc,
HCT 4D" combination for cleanin? and pol
UIB" ishinr all kin.'s ot ruase: or tea
shoes, 10c 'Dandy' ' sue, oc
"fill T FBrSP1' the only ladies shos dresVcfr
aiu i ktrm. ibat pos;tlv ,Iv c ,,,, .s OII
Blacks and Polishes ladies' and cb Mn-n s booU
and shoes. Shtnss wlUnuut rabbins, 25c
French Gloat." 10c
(fXsilY FI ITI"" combination for srcctltmen
" "- who Icto p-iilc in hirn
their shoes loot Al- Restores color and lustre
to all black shoe-. Pe!:ih with a brush or cloth,
10 cents, "mite" sic a cenU.
biWftWIRIC sponge) quicLH- deans
and whitens dirty canvas shoc3,10c and 25c
If year dealer daca not keep the kM yo t send
Ike price In stamps tor full sue pnekne. eherjee paid.
WHtTTEMORE BHOS. & CO.,
2026 Albany Street, Catbttdco. Mssr.
The Oldest and Lartft Marafacturtrs cf
Shot FOhtkts i tJu WorU.
Are Yoa a Sick, Diseased, "Worn Out,
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Madder and Urinary
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Twenty-four years of practice, 15
years right here in Texas. I am not
one of those "self styled" specialists
but one by preparation and ex
perience, during which I HAVE
CURED HUNDREDS UPON HUN
DREDS OF THE MOST AGGRA
Come to me now and get the truth
regarding your condition. I OFFER
FREE CONSULTATION. Examina
tion (X Ray if necessary) and Diag
nosis. If your case Is incurable I
will tell you so. But few cases are
incurable, even if others have failed
MONET MATTERS NEED NOT
WORRY YOU. I will accept you on
weekly or monthly payments or. If
jatiafactorily arranged, cure you on
ny unparalleled proposition of:
A contract with a check that you
nay hold, if not cured, go to the
aank and get your monev back.
Ref. the banks, papers, business
men of this city, as well as hun
ireds of cured natients
My treatment embodies the best tr
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my plan it will suit you.
My methods Insure every curaMe
person a QUICK and LIFELONG
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DISEASES. VARICOCELE. NERVO
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N'EY. BLADDER am! PROSTATIC
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I cover the entire field of CHRONIC
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CIAL DISEASES. Also Diseases o'
Women, and I shall gladly tell y-i
frankly what your condition is. ami
whether or not I can cure you. Per
haps a little advice is all you need
I candidly admit that there are some
diseases which are Incurable, but
these are easily recognised.
LOCAL DRUGGISTS COME OUT
WITH STRONG STATEMENTS
Hotel Pano Del Norte.
il i t i n -r -- ' r 1 1 1
Say Pedina'H Liver Te J the Bet
Meanest;- tr CaMitKH, and
Shirking Liver Kver Brsmgfct
to Till CHy.
Every person who has trud 1 "dson's
Liver Tone and knows how surely and
gently it starts the livr to working
and relieves bllioiirtr": will bear out
the reprcs. i.,.ime uiugist who v.
pressi-d a i . , ral .-i-ntlment in thi
stat. mu: i i i iii.ii i ! I. Ivor 1 (n-
"lt i ,i i ' 'lf 1'iiui i tr i'
ntiri 1 ; . 1 i -e of o i i
i ' r I -
large bottle sells for fifty cents am!
no druggist will hesitate to gno .
money back to any person who tries i
bottle on the strength of this stateme- :
ar.d ! not -"Atifieii it?i the result '
In thiso t! s of (k'V-j'tul aedicui'.'
and daPKrrnus ilru ,i stati "lent li--the
abow -, a ;m i- - v.-nee thai
Dodson's Livet 1" . t le rei. -
" "' ' i ..nl.l -jwn-ui
Iii 1.-1.U1K a iiittie tor l'.irpt-iiate or fi.
tur, u- t ' n.illo mar 'ir " nil a
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T i i ;ol. - 1 Mt 1" 1
oii22wbj Hver aad &o-veIs, Sngascoa.te, tiny sroncies, l
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