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The Men Who are the Nation's Directors I woodworking machinery EX, PASO HERALD Did it Ever Occur to You That sickness or accident may come to you at any time? Have you a fund laid by to tide you over it. or if you retain your good health are you laying by a fund to fall back on when you become too old to labor? If not, begin NOW to save a little at a time. We will take care of your savings for you, and pay you 4 per cent interest compounded twice a year, and loan you FREE OF CHARGE one of these hand some HOME SAVINGS BANKS. - v . jbbsbbbbbbbbB .v .bHHeEBI 522SeJC:t3' 19T2 -as.-ixj. This photograph, taken in Wash lngton. shows president "Woodrow .WIJ son and secretary Jen nigs JCTyaa on ceir wir uoa me wmw wnne w uie suie iKparuneni to wems-tw Japan's strfmrae objections to tbe C alifornla an U -Japanese land ownersh ip bill. ,o or U. S. Department of Agriculture. "WRAT,rTRTR THTR-fT'. ATT .,--. """ 5QE. 3&0 ' J vQ? ' 29-8 ;W4 .80 CbWa-X i? V CWc V. -r2Ell' vr.. fcia 1913. -t i 7V 5m EXPLANATORY XOTES. Qfcseratieas taisn M 8 a. au avcotr-3.-fe me1 rldisn timo. Air praenre reduced to su level. I30BAE3 oettaau Bass) pan tarosgfc petaU of CQOkl air pressure. Imthbkxs (dotted anes) pass through points or equal temperature: drawn obIf for zero. freedne. S9, and 100. O clear; Q ptrtty clocdr: $ cloud: rale: () snow; report siiasiBg. Arrows fir with roe Tried. First Scares. temper ature: seoosd. precipitation of .01 tech or store for past M hours: third. Buxtmam wind voice-17. EI Paso, Saturday. May IT, Forecast!. 1 Paso and Vicinity: Fair tonight and Sunday: cooler tonight. New Mexico: Generally fair tonight and Sunday, except local showers north east portion Sunday; cooler east por tion Sunday. West Texas: Generally fair tonight and Sunday: cooler tonight except in southeast portion. HOSPITAL CARS FOR AMERICAN RAILWAYS W. E. Barnes Aavecates European Plan: Thinks Steel Mills Would Be Profitable Here. W. E. Barnes, traveling freight and passenger agent of t Southern Pacific at Tucson, is spending Saturday in EI Paso on business for his company. Be sides being one of the most popular traffic men in the southwest, Mr. Barnes has an international reputation as a traveler and student. He k now inter ested in securing tbe adoption by the American railroads of certain features of the British and European service, par ticularly the instalation of hospital or invalid cars by the great transcontinen tal lines. Such cars are operated at a profit by many of the state owned sys tems of the old world. Hospital cars give invalids more com fort in their journeys anU remove them iroin contact with other passengers, Mr. Barnes says. One of the great objections to tratel in America is the frequent con tact -with imalids on the trains. Quite Jrequently there is a death in the Pull man of an oer!and train, exercising a very depressing effect upon the passen gers. Mr. Barneys efforts have done much to create an interest in cotton growing, and lie no lias at the chamber of com merce, Tucson, an interesting exhibit of lolamatized Egyptian cotton, grown in ri7oii.i in various stages from seed t nuiiuKu-tiired goods. It is his inten- 1 tion to arrange for the exhibit in El Paso. In conversation with a Herald repre sentative, Mr. Barnes said: "I have just paid a visit to an interest-in- section of the commercial kingdom of El Paso. I refer to the Mimbres valley country west of this ctiy. Wonderful development is going on there, new --.. ' ruii iiiji i jm rr.m. naasBBrsa . towns spnngimr up, settlers flocking in i High. temp, last z4 hours and every acre of the rich valley land will soon be reclaimed. The new town of Miesse promises well. The townsite, owned by the Mimbres Valley Alfalfa Farms comoanv. C. E. Miesse, general manager, is backed by eastern capitalists and is to be developed at a rapid rate. A little to the northwest of Demiug, the Rio Mimbres Irrigation company, E. H. eckford, local manager, is doing a wonderful work. All this should be interesting io the business men of El Paso at Deming. Almost nightly tbe Dentin? hotels have to turn away guests. "El Paso, io make good her claim to the industrial and commercial supremacy of the southwest, must increase her In dustries. She must manufacture more. There is nothing chimerical in the sug gestion made some time ago by The Herald, that iron and steel should be manufactured in EI Paso. Vast deposits of most excellent iron and coal are very accessible on this side of the internation al line. The work done at Monterey, a short distance to the south of EI Paso, can be duplicated here with every ad vantage on the side of EI Paso." The ordinary cost of a Want Ad in tne El Paso Herald is 25 cents. It reaches an average of about 70,000 readers each issue. local Data. El Paso Readings Today. Yest'y. 6 a-m C p.m. Barometer (sea level) 29.80 29.74 Dry thermometer S3 84 Wet thermometer 43 61 Dew point 8 8 Relative humidity 10 4 Direction of wind N. W- W. Velocity of wind WT 14 State of wesrther Clear Clear Jtalnlall last 24 hours. ... . . 85 1 Low. temp, last 12 hours River. Height of river this morning above gixed zero mark, 13.8 feet. Rise in last 24 hours, 0.2 foot. lawn Ilose- and Sprinklers. Jaurie Hardware Co. SANTA PE llUXS IXTO Bit PASO, BUT IT DOKSXT The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway company does not run its trains into EI Paso. R. L. Adkins in the 34th district court was suing the former road for $50,000 damages for personal injuries. The attorneys for the defendant company contended that the Santa Fe did not run into El Paso. Friday afternoon, after the case had been closed and two arguments had been made, the plaintiff asked for a continuance in order to make the El Paso & Rio Grande company a party to a. suit. The continuance was granted by the court. The plaintiff at one time was em- Sloyed as a fireman on the Santa Fe. e was injured when he was thrown from the engine near Montoya, Tex. The plaintiff claimed that a. large rock had gotten into the coal car and stopped the coal from coming out of the chute. In trying to dislodge the rock, he said he was "trown from the engine. N ADS BY nioXE. The erdmar cost of a Want Ad In the El Paso Hcr-iid is 25 rents It i c.irhfs an a erag'e of about 70,000 readers tain, issue. Our Universal Woodworker , DOES THE WORK OF TWELVE MACHINES A Great Time and Labor Saver needed in every shop. Catalog and prices furnished on request. We can quote you on any wood working machines you ma3r need. We sell the best machines made, at lowest prices. H. A. CARPENTER & BRO. 303 San Francisco Street. News (Advertisement.) Train Bulletin.. All afternoon and evening trains are reported on time today. Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthlc Infirmary. Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief; Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker, Dr. Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians; 201 West ilissor.ri street. Catholic KnlrfhtH Elect Officers. Washington. D, C, May 1". After a session lasting four days, the Catholic Knights of America, in the 18th trien nial meeting, elected officers and ad journed to meet at Mobile in 191C Dr. Felix Gauden, of New Orleans, was elected supreme president. Prompt Troacfer Service. For prompt baggage, livery, hack and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's E1 Paso Transfer. Phone 2444. ' We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness and sympathy in our recent bereavement. Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Huffaker. Back From Convention. J. A. Chilton, district passenger and ticket agent of the Texas ft Pacific, has returned from Dallas. Texa's. where be attended a meeting of agents. Dur ing the Shrine: s' convention the T. & P. handled 12 special trains into and out of Dallas. attended by the members of the late federal command of Ojeda. their camp women and a few of the tender heartad soldiers at the post who were off duty. For bnaic rflrlnR and fixtures, see the National Telegraphone and Supply Company. 317 Mills street. AVoraaa Held Itewponiilble For Death. Chicago, I1L, May 17. Mrs. Augusta. Diets was held by a eoroner's jury to be responsible for or to have guilty knowledge of the death of her husband. George H. Diets, a fashionable wom en's tailor, who was found dead April 14. George Nornberg, a friend of both Mr. and Mrs. Dietz, was exonerated. Dr. Ebert, Dentist, S1G-21S Mills BIdg. Goes to Street Car 3Iectins. H. S. Totter, general superintendent of the Electric Railway company. iill leave this evening for Galveston to artend the state meeting of the street car officials. Mr. Potter will be In east Texas a week. For calling and receptions, ride in the $5000 limousine of Longwell's. Dr. Ilnrlcy. Phones 4053 and 275. Dis eases of children and nervous troubles. Why pay $1.00 per hour, when you can get your work done for 75c? We employ competent men, not boys. Teiai BIcctrical SHjipIy Co.. "Knockcra of High Prices,' 117 .. Stanton St. Veteran Attempts to End Life. Philadelphia. P: , May 17. Casper Nobel, said to be the last surviving member of the band of union cavalry men which captured Jefferson Davis, president of the confederacy, attempt ed to commit suicide at his boarding bouse here by inhaling gas. He was discovered unconscious, the gold medal awarded by congress elasped In his hands. He was removed to a hospital, where the physicians hope be will recover. Xo Protect Asniant Ambassador. New York, May 17. The Allied Print ing Trades of Greater New York has made no protest against, the appoint ment of Walter H Page as ambassador to Great Britain, reports from London to the contrary notwithstanding, ac cording to reports today by Thomas A. Carroll, president of the council. Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and tnternal diseases. 403 J:oberts-Ban. Bid. NOVELIST TELLS OF SUFFRAG-ET TORTURE New York. May 17. Miss Lillian Scott Tro, the talented San Francisco authoress, has cabled a description of the treatment accorded imprisoned mil itant suffrr;ets when they persist in abstaining from all kinds of food. Miss Troy declares that the women are treated wore than animals by the doc tors and attendants in their efforts to Consumption IS curable. Phone 4195. Dr. Branson, eye ear, nose and throat. 217-18 Mills BIdg. Xctv County Atorney. Beginning Monday and for a week. W. J. Bryan will be county attorney County attorney P. R. Price will leave Sunday on his vacation to be gone a week. The commissioner will appoint Bryan to serve as county attorney In his absence. 9nsr3B9BsaBV7 ' S BBBDSHSW iBKv 1 Oregon Grocery. 805 N. Ore phone 1721. Consumption IS curable. Phone 4195. To PHt Donn Wnlks. A movement has been started to put in sidewalks along Alamogordo street, from Piedras street to Stevens avenue, A petition is being circulated and more than half the property owners have already signed it. Dr. Paget, dentist. 501 Roberts-Banner. Dr. Cameron, dentin. 22S Mesa Avef Dr. Katllff, dentfat, 204 Caples BIdg. ISylnr Before Grand Jury. Saturday morning county judge A. S J. Eylar was a witness before the grand jury. Sanitary commissioner Joe Dunne occupied the witness bench outside of the grandv'jury room Friday. He is among a number of city officials who appeared before the grand jury this neek. Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach. intestines, Roberts-Banner BIdg. Dr. Jones. Foot Specialist, Mills BIdg. Open at night by appointment. Phone 788 C. II. William & Co., 223 & Stanton, painting and paperhanging. Arretted on Old Charge. Pedro and Rosalio Mata, charged with assault to murder, by complaint filed fn the court of justice of the peace James J. Murphy, were arrested Friday afternoon by state rangers C 11 Webster and Scott Russell. The ar rest was made at tbe smelter. The de fendants are alleged to. have been im plicated in the cutting of Rafael Flores. a smelter hand, on August IS last Flores was stabbed three times, but recovered. Dr. Xettie SatCcrlec, osteopath, 410 Mills BIdg.. phone 141. Baggage autos they move yonr trunks quickest. Phone 1, Longwell's. Dr. Jamlenon, diseases or kidneys, bladder. Tectum and skin; 618 Mills BIdg. Trah Fire. Friday afternoon the Central fire company responded to an alarm for a trash fire in the yard at 1600 North Campbell street. There was no damage. Wallpaper and paperryuiRlng; lowest prices. A Goldlng. 110 South Stanton. Ran Oier Hose. John Ismer was arrested by the po lice Friday night on a charge of run ning his automobile over the fire hose across Stanton street, being used to throw water on the smouldering ruins of the El Paso warehouse. Mexican Herald on sale at news wagon. Oregon and San Antonio. Mexican Babe Dies at Forf. It was but the baby of a Mexican camp follower at the fort. It died Friday at the refugee camp on the Fort Bliss reservation. The little one re ceived as tender care and as respect ful burial in the fort cemeter as any oninn sioned offur ever received The funeial ol tht little .Mexican babe vas jf , i-Mfftififtiiti 3iISS 1,1 111 AX SCOTT. TItOr force food into the mouths and nostrils of these determined fighters for "the carse." She declares the prison tor tures of medeval times are nothing compared with the terrible treatment that these women are forced to under go when they rebel against their im prisonment by resorting to the now famous "hunger strike." Will Relieve :rrvot Depression and I.oiv Spirits The Old Standard general strengthening tonic. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, arouses the liver, drives out Ma laria and builds up tbe system. A sure Appetizer and aid to digestion. 50c Advertisement Coal I tbe Cncapest Thl Month. Best Gallup lump (American block coal in three ton lots, J.5 per ton. Best Swastika, lump from Sugarlte mine. JS.50 per ton. Discount on three ton deliveries Has no equal for econ m v ill not lose weight or slack. Phona oil. bouthwestcrn Fuel Company, HsHHLfcraG- '"sl.SiiScssssssssssssI They take in all sizes of coins, also bills. Put into it all you can spare of each amount of money you receive and bring it to us as often as convenient and we will place the contents to your credit. You have the bank, we have the key you therefore can not be tempted to spend what you have put into it. Our solicitor will call to explain our plan to you; he will leave one of the Home Savings Banks and you can call at the bank and make your first deposit when convenient. SECURITY TRUST & SAVINGS BANK 210 Mesa Ave. El Paso, Texas. A Guarantee' Trust Fund Bank CAPITAL - $100,000.00 OFFICERS: C. C. HENDERSON President W. L. GAINES Vice President and Manager J. HARRY HENDERSON '. Asst. Cashier JOHN J. McCOTJRT Secretary NEW POSTMASTER-GENERAL HOPES TO ESTABLISH ONE-CENT POSTAGE Albert S- Burleson, the new pcet-master-peneral. faces many intricate problems in connection with the operarjen of the post office system throughout the country. According to those well posted in Washington, ht comes well qualified for this position. Postmaster-General Barleson is a native of Texas, and was educated at Agricultural and Mechanical College. Baylor Uni versity, and University of Texas. He was admitted to the bar in 1884: was assistant city attorney at Austin. Texas, from 1836 to 1890: attorney of the twenty-sixth judicial district from 1802 to 1896. and was a roamher of the S6th. 57th. 58rh. FOth. 6(Hh, Gist and 62nd congresses. He has heen a deep student of postal affairs for many years. One of the important matters whicr te rostrna!ter-genPral will he called uwi to deal with will be the eJtarJ;,Ihine of one-cent letler postage. H has indicated to renre sentativs of the National One Cent Letter Pv;taee Association that he heartilv avor one-rnt letter post age, and hones to bring it about iust sf soon as a satisfactory adiustment of affairs csn be had H ?tronelv favors efficient service fn the department: perjuate com pensation for post office employes, aid an equalization of postal rates. He hopes tfrt oie-cent letter post ze is not far distant and that it i.-.av become a mnnmnr to tbe nd minitfmtive ahilitv of fbe depart-, ment of which he is head. IKissc ' ' - IbbbsSbbbbt w riBSSHBSSSSS'L Vv .4BSSSSSSSSSBS 0 VTT AJIert S, BarleseB. Admiral footer Power Hay Press The best Hay Press on the market for many reasons. It has a large feeder and puts all the hay down in the chamber and it only takes one man to feed it. The press and engine is all on one frame and you have no belts to kill time with. It can be pulled on the road or in the field by an ordinary team and the instant you stop is ready for baling hay. Our customers are easily making 700 bales per day with it. Call and see it for vourself. Valley Implement & Vehicle Co. 504 San Fraueisro Street.