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Friday, April 18, 1913.
Saturday, April 19, 1913. EL PASO HERALD SATURDAY SPECIALS MEAT DEPARTMENT I I Choice Legs Mutton, lb ' -c H Oven Roast, ft ;-15c I 1 Narinnc rnir liivtip rnrUrprl Lard. 5-ft Dan, 75c H HI Nations Home Cured Bacon, lb 25c m Home Dressed Hens "c ffl All Kinds Fresh Fish. i Fresh Hard Shell Crabs. California Fresh I i CHANGES PROMISED IN CITY POSITIONS Strawberries 2 -Boxes For 25c We Will be the Leading Strawberry Market This Year. Watch Us For Prices. Do You Preservers Remem ber Last Year? Clean floors and doors with, GOLD DUST Add a little Gold Dost to your scrubbing water, and you can clean your floors, doors and woodwork in a jiffy. Gold Dust is such a superior cleanser that it does the hardest part of the work, and requires little scrubbing. It does the work; you simply aid it. Gold DflSt will do the work better than soap or any other cleanser, making your wood work look like new. For cleaning anything and everything about the house nothing is so quickly effective as Gold DilSt. It's the cleans ing marvel of the age! You can buy a large pack age of Gold Dust for 5 cent?. 5Si OLDEST PRIEST IN NEW MEXICO RETIRES Santa Fe, X. at.. April 18. In the resignation of the Rev. John Baptist Ralliere, as pastor of Tome, in "Valencia county, where he has labored for ove 56 years, the archdiocese of Santa Fe loses its oldest rector. The successor of father Ralliere 13 the Rev. Albert Castanie, formerly as sistant at Belen, who has been appoint ed by te vicar general, Rt. Rev. Con signor Antonio Fourehegu, on authority from the archbishop, who is traveling through the diocese. Father Ralliere is over S years of age, but until recently he was able to say mass and to preach. But within the past few weeks his eyesight has been failing and he finally found it necessary to send in his resignation to the archbishop. x ' WRIT ISSUED AGAINST ALBUQUERQUE CITY CLERK Shake Up Expected in Heads of Several i City Departments When Council Meets Saturday. I The new city council will convene in I special session Saturday afternoon for the first lap m the reported shakeup that is going to take place in the different city offices. In the eliminating process, Joe Neakm, defeated ring candidate for judge of the 34th district court, is slated for city attorney, the present olflce filten by judge V. M. Coldwell. ExaWerinau lert-y .McGhee, who declined to make the race for reelection, is selected lor manager of the citv waterworks. Will Itace a present position. Dr. Frank lynch, ieijrt uau it, is slated lor eity J the physician, Dr. V. ii. Anderson's present job. The known appointment that will be made Saturday is that of police chief I. N. Davis, who mayor C. E. Kelly stated iriday morning would be reapiointed. nil there was nothing given out on the appointment of the two captains and sergeants, sergeant . D. Cjreet, it is reported, is annost certain to be oe ot the captains. Sergeant Lon Garner is slated for the other, but rumor has it that some outsider, not connected with the police department, will be the other captain. Mounted policemen Tom York and Ira Ware, who have been with the department for some time, are picked for the other sergeants. Both are popular with the men, and the idea, it was stated, is to promote congeniality among the men and officers of the force. There is no rumor to the effect that there 'ti be a change in the office of city clerk. C. W. Fassett, the present incumbent, is expected to be reappointed. While mayor Kelly stated that the appointment of a fire chief would not be reached Saturday, he said fire chief V. W. Armstrong would be reappointed. The reported shakeups involve the offices of city attorney, city health offi cer, sanitary commissioner, sewer com missioner, street commissioner and wa terworks. City engineer Herbert Xunn is certain to be reappointed, it is said. THE COURTS. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. T. S. Maxey, Presiding. Adolph, Julius and Robert Krakauer, Castulo Herrera and Victor Ochoa: charged with conspiracy to violate the neutrality laws; on trial. Luces Flores, charged with smug gling; pleaded guilty and fined $25. 34TH DISTRICT COURT. Dun M. Jackson, Presiding. Josephine Crosby et al vs. H. B. Ste vens et al, trespass to try title suit: jury found for plaintiffs for the land described in their first original amended petition as modified by their first trial amendment and for the de fendants for the balance of the land described in their second amended an swer and cross action. Millard Patterson et al vs. T. B. Dockery. trespass to try title suit; filed. Delia Burr vs. H. B. Burr, suit for divorce: filed. Angela La Londe vs. E. P. & S. "W. Ry., suit for $30,000; on trial II. Charles Itriehl Required to Give Cer tificate ef Election to A. J. 3IaIoy er to Show Cause, April 29. Albuquerque. X. M., April IS. Dis trict judge Raynolds yesterday ordered an alternative writ of mandamus to is sue against city clerk H. Charles Roehl compelling him to give a certificate of election to the school board to A. J. Maloy. or to appear in court April 29 to show cause. The judge's order was based upon a petition filed by I. Barth, attorney and state senator, in a case entitled "The State ex rel A. J. Maloy vs. H. C Roehl, city clerk." The petition al leges that the city clerk refused to give a certificate to Mr. Maloy. That is not all Barth's petition asks for. Maloy, according to the Instru ment, incurred costs amounting to $235, and he asks Judgment for damages in that sum. The alternative writ requires the clerk to issue a certificate of election to Maloy for a four-year term or .to appear in court April 29 to show cause why he has not obeyed the writ. "Let the COLD DUST TWINS doyoar work" LI HI'S PICTURE TROl PE TO VISIT SILVER CITY Mlver City. N. M. April 18 Romaine Lubin. manager of the Lubin Motion l'H turp companj, wh'ch is now making f ioses for new picture films at Santa Rita, will locate in Silver City with the entire company in the course of a few davs for the purpose of making mining and other pictures Embarrassing Annoyance of Superfluous Hair It seriously interferes with the ad vancement of any woman, often making lier the butt of cruel jokes and jibes. Ordinary Sulthine Concentrate, as pre scribed by Dr. Mullier. of Paris, is a quick, painless hair-remover of unfail ing value. At leading druggists, ac companied by simple directions" for home use. Inexpensive, harmless, posi tie In its action and remarkably suc cessful. Advertisement. PROTEST FROM JAPAN CAUSES BITTER DERATE IX CALIFORNIA Sacramento, Cal, April 18. Another telegram from Tokio protesting against tne enactment of an anti-alien law uy the California legislature was received today by the senate, and resulted in a bitter debate between senator John B. Sanford and Thompson, an adminis tration leader and co-author with Bird sail in the revised measures. The message was as follows: "Methodist missionaries urge defeat anti-Japanese legislation. Situation se rious." (Signed.) Harris. Senator Sanford moved that the sen ate send a message to Mr. Harris tell ing him to attend to his own business. JACK MATTHEWS INDICTED OX THEFT BY BAILEE CHARGE Jack Matthews was indiced by the grand jury Thursday afternoon on a charge of theft by bailee. Matthews is charged with having disposec, of a diamond ring belonging to Mrs. C. Nicholson, which he had borrowed After borrowing the ring, it was al leged that he pawned it for ?S0. 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Les: of ZMilk Lamb Per lb , Hons, Home Dressed and Drawn Per lb. 15c 20c 15c 20c 12ic ..20c 22c COUXTV COURT. A. S. J. Eylar, Prexldlns. Octavlano Vasquez. charged gamins: released on $306 bond. with JUSTICKS COURTS. E. II. McCllntock. Presiding. Chas. K, Xewsom, charged 'with as sault complaint filed. A. Krakauer vs. Allis White, forcible detainer suit: filed. Benito Aldez. charged with assault to murder, held to grand jury in sum of ?609. ARIKOXA VETERANS OF THE BULB CHEER LEE'S ZS'AJIE Phoenix, Ariz.. April IS. The name of Gen. Robert B. iJee was cheered en thusiastically at the annual encamp ment of the Arizona department of the G. A. R-, held in Phoenix. During an address of Capt- Scott Snively, he chanced to mention the name of the Confederate leader and was interrupted by a storm of applause. I The following officers were elected I for the enralng year: J. F. Hill, tie- J partment commander; G. Reid. senior vice commander: "W. G. Grir, jurior i vice commander: Andrew Downing , chaplain; Dr. Warren E. Day. medical J director; James O Connor, Capt- Scoti , Snively. delegates to the annual O A , R. reunion; Gen. A. J. Sampson. Maj A. J. Doran. S. B. Gilliland. P. P. Par ker. Joe Wiley, members of the depart ment of administration. AftQT the election of officers, the vet- erans. some 50 in number, enjoved a ' banquet served by the Women's Relief corps. I IHIIIh ill mi W IP ' ' Tli I in im wnj .ii ii ' " ' ft hi i all llMM! i "- - -v a fwflU Tir iagjKa&ar JgjgggS?, .JraimMW Copjreht. 1913, by the Panaic--Pacific International Exposiuoa Co, HE OF THE MINOR COURTS AT PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 3Kg ARIZONA ASSESSORS ARE CHARGING FULL VALUATION Phoenix, Ariz.. April 18. All the county assessors of southern Arizona are doing their best to carry out the recent order of the state tax commis sion and assess property at its full cash value. C. M Zander. P. J. Miller, and Charles Howe, the members of the commission, have just returned from an official tour of Pima. Santa Cruz. Co chise. Graham and Gila counties, and express gratification over what they observed. "The assessors are carrying out the full valuation order in spirit as well aa letter," said chairman Zander. "They feel that it is right." REPUBLICANS WANT CONVENTION IN FALL TO CHANGE PARTY RULES Washington. D. C, April IS. Formal request on the officers of the Repub lican national committee to take ac tion securing a Republican convention next fall for the revision of the party's rules is said to have been the informa tion going around among the legisla tors who favor this convention. It is understood that senator A. B Cummins, of Iowa, and others active with him are taking active steps to bring about the convention. DRESSES STOLEN. Thieves Thursday night entered the apartment of Miss Emma Hawks, in the Summit Place apartment house, on West Missouri street, and took two dresses. A report of the theft was made to the police department Friday morning. Primltivo Enriquez, a mining man of Chihuahua, will leave Monady for Mex ico City, for a conference with Gen. Fascual Orozco, who is his partner la mining properties in Chihuahua. I. M. Lawson. project engineer of the reclamation service, left Friday after noon for Ios Angeles, where he will attend a conference of the reclamation service officials Abel Baca, a rancher of the Jimenez district, is here from Los Angeles, where he has been a refugee since the Orozco revolution. George Rogers, assistant chief clerk of the railway mail service, has re- W. I Robbins. a merchant of Hills boro, X. M.. is in Kl Paso on business. UO b joj tnooj on sj ojoqj, -etdoad aqj ioi qSnono aSae snf sj pijoaj. aqx aid03d out jo; uBnoun tuooy Xjuq Copyright, 1913, by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co, New Way Corn Cure, GETS-IT, Quick, Sure! Xeer Tried It Before? You'll Mnrrel How It Makes Corns A'aniNb. 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In celebration of the 25th anniver sary of the founding of Moosedom, members of the local order entertained Thursday night at the club room with a smoker, including a musical pro gram. Dr. F. P. Miller, dlctotor. pre sided, assisted by past dictator, J. D. Pender. The hall was decorated with flags and bunting. Red and white car nations were used to carry out the color scheme. Justice of the Peace James J. Mur phy enlightened those present on the speed fiend, and the manner of bis dealing with them in his court. Deputy supreme organizer J. R. Mc Cave spoke. Soldier Mills, of the Fort Bliss order of Moose. Gunther Lea sing, Joe Kelly, C. C. Clyde, and E. Spencer, negro porter of the club, sang olos. The serving of refreshments concluded the entertainment. PROGRESSIVES CRITICISE TARIFF WORK OF DEMOCRATS New York. X. Y. April 18. At the close of their meeting here, the mem bers of the Progressive party national executive committee issued a statement declaring there is no possibility of the new party ever amalgamating with either of the old parties They criti cised the action of the Democrats in congress with regard to the tariff. SE ITTLE BANKER IS FOUND GUILTY AT SECOND TR1L Belltngham. Wash., April 18. Jacob Furth. chairman of the board ot direc tors of the Seattle Xational bank, who was charged with aiding and abetting Win. B. Scnricker, former president of the La Conner private state bank. : i accepting deposits, knowing the bank to be insolvent, was found guilty todav by a jury in the superior ourt here. A motion for a new trial was made Jacob Furth, as the principal banker and financier of Seattle and head of the Stone and Webster enterprises in, Washington, is well known in eastern, financial circles. He is reputed to be worth $1 0.000. . The trial which ended today was the second, the first having resalted in a disagreement. MILLERS IN THE NORTHWEST OPPOSE TARIFF PROGRATI Grand Forks. N. D., April 18. Oppo sition te the Democratic tariff bill as it affects wheat and its products was voiced today by millers of westr n Minnesota and North Dakota at the an nual meeting here of the Spring Whc at league. The millers ask for a 10 per cent duty on wheat and & 10 percent advolorem duty on wheat products. The league will make its. fight tbrouga Minnesota and North Dakota represen tatives in congress. mazes! You've No I'luinrm HavinR Corn. Use "GETS-IT." Tacy'II Vanish! cure on a new principle. Put it on any corn in two seconds; it stops pain, the corn begins to shrivel and disap pears. It never fails. Simplest thing you ever saw. No fussy bandages, no greasy salves to turn healthy flesh "peely" and raw, no plasters that make corns bulge out. Your corns won't pull and hurt 'way up to your heart. Lay aside jour knif and rasor. No more digging and tugging and wincing, no more bleeding, no more danger of blojd poison. "GETS-IT" never hurts healthy flesh; it is safe, painless, quick, sim ple, sure. For warts, calluses and bunions, too. "GETS-IT" is sold at all druggists at 25 cents a bottle or s-nt on receipt of price by T I awrtnee & Co., Chicago Advertisement. Former Delegate In Coortmi Dors Not Anticipate Hard Tlmcx; Undenveod Tariff BUI Will Past.. Hr Says. , Albuquerque, N. M., April 18. For mer delegate to congress W. H. An drews has returned from a four weeks' trip east, during which he visited Washington. Fittsburgn and New York. He said the financial men of the east do not look for serious business de pression, but that caution will be ob served In makinsr contracts prior to the passage of the tariff bill in all the lines affected by it. When asked whether he believed that many changes would be made in the Underwood bill before it becomes a law, he replied with an emphatic "No." He said the house would pass 't by an overwhelming majority and that the Democrats in the senate would yield to the pressure of the ad ministration, endorse- the bill In cau cus and that the members from pro tection states, after entering a protest for effect on their constituents, would vote for It. Senator Andrews believes there will be enough dissatisfaction with the operation-, of the law when it goes In to effect to cause the house bf rep rttn'.iti i1- t he Hinulilu-in h more than a hundred majoritj alter 1914. still The Siok Room As a tnnip. fn lial-n ? thp TWnVTTr ff C-ifa-nn-t-'U after rtehilitnfrn illnocpe WnflA fho. -irifol -Sow. J ..- Miv. TitCii J.VW.UCO cue IOW Tin Ti"YtTir cfiTYmloTi in nn,,.l 4- TnifiVo tw TmSLirr " UiU W -'-'-"jr o J. UJ.C XIXO.ll, VVlllSHtJV. 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