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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, July 28, 1914: r lERId flSITOR ID IRELAND H1RHY THIN SPENDING PLEASANT SUMMER AMONG THE PIGTURESOOE MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Slayer of Stanford White Leading the Quiet and Peace ' ful Life; Has Been on the Sprinkler Since His Sen sational Escape from Matteawan ; Has Had Many Chances to Escape, but Seems Contented. P The "Popular" Closes Fridays at Noon Sharp TELLS TRUTH ABOUT Wednesday A Sale of Art Statuettes II OPEN LETTED TO E Offers an unusual opportunity to beautify the home at a trifling cost. We secured these beautiful Plastic Mbdels at a price that permits our offering them to you tomorrow at a smaller price than they are usually sold for. There is nothing that could add so much to the appearance and finish of your music room than one of these busts of your favorite composer to your library, a bust of Emerson or Shakespeare to the living room or dining room, a Venus, Meditation, Apollo or Cendrillon or a lion in repose or rampant. Declares Britishers Do Not Seem Disposed to Look Fact in Face; Compares Asquith to Wilson and Says Former Is Becoming Entangled as Result of His Policy Toward Ulster. CONDITIONS ICUSHIEI T OJCDON. Bus, July 28. Writing I under the signature or "An Amer- Jean visiter to Ireland." a man from the United States who has Just been tourintr tne green Isle with a Cartv of friends hks straieht from the shoulder in a remarkable open fetter aaaresseo. to rsngiuuraea wmca iui loirs. You English people don't seem In clined to look facts In the face about your Irish troubles. Tour Mr. Asquith Is not unlike our 24r Wilson in that he talks a great deal and does very little, but whereas our Mr. Wilson's Mexican Inuddle can wait awhile, your Mr. Asquith is get ting so deep into his Irish bog that, unless he gets a move on him quickly, he and his fellow talkers will be sub merged in a morass of shame that will be all that will be remembered of them in English history. Shadow Haunts Tourists. To travel through Ireland by automo bile these lovelyl summer days would be a delight were it not for the shadow liat haunts our little party of Ameri can pleasure seekers . To Eeep Skin White, Velvety, Wrinkle-Free C M. W. says: "I perspire so exces sively that powder makes my face streaky these days and creams make It greasy and shiny. What can I do?" Try the treatment recommended to "Anise." A. F. G. writes: "My skin seems so loose and wrinkly in hot weather. What will help it?" Use a wash lotion made by dissolving 1 oz. powdered sazolite In one-half pt. witch hazeL This Is im mediately effective In any wrinkled or flabby condition. Use daily for awhile and results will astonish you. Anise: A simple way to keep your skin smooth, soft and white is to apply ordinary mercolized wax before retir ing, washing it off in the morning. This keeps the face free from the particles of lifeless cuticle which constantly ap pear. The wax absorbs these worn-out particles, so the younger, fresher, healthier skin Is always In view. An ounce of mercolizezd wax may be had at small cost at any drug store. Use like cold cream. Aunt Sally In y DnaL xieaim. Aavertisement. Not In the least concerned In your, political affairs, we do very strongly ODJeCt that, WUea wo uavj uecii mini across the Atlantic by the clever ad vertising of your railroad and steam ship corporations, we find ourselves in a very unexpected Ireland, and Ire land almost as certainly on the edge of a bloody catastrophe as we were In 18S0. We open our somewhat dull-looking English and Irish newspapers each morning, we read aloud to our little party the platitudes of your Lans downes, Morleys, amid the rest of them. and we cannot understand why they and you Instead of staying at home and talking, don't come and see for your selves what your empire is heading for. We have been here two weeks, and throughout Ulster, Leinster, Munster, and Connaught we have not, to our knowledge, met an English visitor. Attend uang sieeunffs. BABY RESTS AFTER BATH TTrm ji tt nra IUI IT m& CUTICURA SOAP Because of its extreme purity, delicate emollient properties and refreshing fragrance. Assisted by Cuticura Ointment it is equally effective in the treat ment of heat rashes, itchings, irritations and chafings. Samples Free by Hall Ccueora Soap aaa Otstaent fold throughout the srorM. IJbsrslsamplsolfarfiiTimsl tree, with zly. boot, ilba -Caacnrm." Dtpt. KB. Boston We have been present at gathering after tratherine of the rival gangs of fbloodthirsty cuthroats who are prepar ing to make tne armsners ioojc ridicu lous throughout the world, and we, look In vain for any real presentation of this amazing state ox affairs by newspapers. ve ao not side witn. Carson's army, though we admire the wav in which Kitchener's methods have perfected It, and we rather pity Redmond's unarmed and leaderless rabble. What puzzles us is the apparent. Ina bility of your public men and your newspapers to look at the facts and tell the truth. The basic rock of your Irish trouble is to be found scrawled on every wall and fence In your well-ordered, well-roaded, splendidly cultivat ed and solidly built province of Uls ter we Want No Property Here." It is usually worded that way, but often in stronger fashion. The red flags that fly at most Protestant churches and chapels, the orange marigolds at every girl's bosom, the Covenanter's badge at every man's buttonhole, all say that same thing. "Wo Want Uo Property Here." Loathe Protestants. And, to be frank, the Roman Catholic Irish loathe your Protestants with equal intensity, and. as soon as thev find we are Americans, don't hesitate to say so. Why, then when you are on the verge of civil strife that is al most entirely a question of Protestant Ism vs. Catholicism, don't you face the facts: stop talking about imperial re sponsibilities, the right of minorities and other twaddle, and keep these reli gious extremists apart? The Roman Catholic Irish sons like your ways, which are or course the Uls ter ways; they don't like your hard business outlook on life; they are a poetical rather than practical people: they frankly prefer tnelr slums, bad roads, dirty hotels, 11 shillings in the pound taxes, and they like to be told how to vote by their priests. That Is not your Idea or civilization, or ours, but surely they are entitled to their own views in their own part of the country. Take the man of Ireland: let the Scotch and English-Irish continue their hard, practical church of England Protestant and Baptist -ways at one end of the Island and leave the Roman Catholics to manage their part by rul ing on tne six Ulster counties. Chance For Compromise. Tou say that Is not enough for the Presbyterians. I disagree. Ton sav that the Catholics won't accept that so lution. My own impression after many interviews with people and priests. Is that they will gladly take it nay, make other sacrifices to get it. Carson's army, whose motor despatch riders in their hordes search the coun trysides and watch the Catholic move ments night and day, his Mausers and machine guns (yes plenty of them). - ORHAM. N. a. July 18. This sum f v mer resort town, set In the midst of the beautiful White moun tains, about 10 miles from the highest peak, Washington, is proving a blissful temporary refuge to Harry Kendall Thaw, slayer of Stanford White. Automoblllng, whipping the many good trout streams, conversing cour teously with all who seek his acquain tance, and doing a large amount of work in offices he has established in the Koyes building. Thaw Is having the happiest summer In many a year of his troubled career. It is a quiet sort of life. The sur rounding? are peaceful and Idyllic. Thaw has come and gone about the village so much that the inhabitants are no longer roused to great cariosity by his rather slovenly figure. His habits are excellent. Dr. Austin Flint . and William Travers Jerome, ThaWs "Nemesis," It will be remem bered, have often contended that with a single drink of champagne. Thaw might become a raving maniac and klU someone. I on Water Wagon Well, however that may be. Thaw doesn't give the single "draft of nxz water a chance to show what it can do. He's a teetotaler. He never frequents the bars of the village hotels and no liquor Is seen to enter his room. He smokes cigars and that is alL He's distinctly on his good behavior, and others stopping at the Mount Madison house, where he has a suite of four rooms, find it difficult to realize that the spectacled middle-aged, man with the bulging eyes and the hair shot with grey Is the celebrated Matftawan captive. Iri his suite with Thaw live deputy sheriff c r. sttv-ns. his guard, and H. J. Rice, his secretary- Stevens Is assistant to sheriff Holman Drew, who uvea in the nearby town or Herun ana who takes turns with Stevens in guard ing tne prisoner. RflM-r to EM11D& There are those who believe Thaw would find It easy to escape. Thaw has Just purchased a five passenger touring oar. The Canadian Bower is not tar. Thaw Detune Lost. But Thaw has shown no inclination to take French leave. This was Indi cated conclusively by the incident of the fishing trip when he became lost. He and Stevens struck in at different points on Nineteen Mile brook and missed each other. At half past 8 odock In the evening (the deputy sheriff called up the hotel, there was some ex citement and a searcn party was or ganized. Secretary Rice was the leader. With the aid of lanterns Thaw was found about 2 oclock in the morning. ne was seated philosophically on a rocK in the middle of the stream, perfectly calm, though a trifle wet and hungry. With great good sense, when he real ized that he was lost, he had concluded the thing to do was to wait for some one to come to him. He could have covered a good many miles toward liberty in the hours be tween 10 in the. morning and the time he was located, if he had pleased to do so. Apparently he Is convinced that the courts soon will set him free and tba' there is nothing to do except wait and watch. GATTLE BUSINESS IN EL PASO IS ODLLJST RON Several Small Importations During Past Week Partial ly Relieves Lethargy. Even for this dull time of the year the cattle business Is very quiet indeed in El Paso, and few movements of any size were made during the past week. J. T. Cameron brought over about S90 head of horses and mules from Mexico, and has the cattle at the Union Stock yards. At the same yards a shipment of seven carloads of sheep from Califor nia has been received. The sheep are being consigned to George Meyer at Del Rio. Hughh JL Gage, of Hope, N. M, a prominent banker of that section, is in EI Paso looking over cattle prospects. Albert S. Eaton of the Eaton Com mission company, has returned from a trip to Fort Stockton, Pecos and Kos well, N. SL, on cattle business. WYOMING STREET TO HUE ANOTHER IE PHI NTHDUS E f ?i.r? .1?. ?- f7 E?i"K ?elts J ton & lnele have received four year- , the head of the hotel Fisher for the to the fact that once more thptr hav i it , - ... . - - to the fact that once more thev have been out-organized. They will take what they can get now; but the exist ing tension cannot last. When neighbors hate, neighbors wIU eventually quarrel. As I write Car son's army and Redmond's rabble are facing each hour the hours round, and oiooasnea may start at any minute. Meanwhile your weU paid politicians on both sides talk comfortably in what you call the "Best Club in the World," and take abundant care to avoid the bother of coming over here to find out for themselves the trouble 'bat is coming to them and to you. TEX GREA FOREST FIRES BHRX KORTHWESTERX WOODS. Butte, Mont.. July 28. Ten of the largest forest fires In western Montana and northern Idaho this season are raging and the efforts of scores of men have made little progress against the flames, according to Teports received today at forestry headquarters at Mis soula. The forestry officials received word that there Is a. large fire still uncontroled at Gold Creek; two fires are burning on O'Brien, two at Nine Mile, two on the Flathead reserve, one In the Lewis and Clark forest, and two In the Zelway forest In Idaho. Forty men are fighting the blaze on the Flathead reserve, where condi tions are serious. REEVES RANCHERS IMPROVE HERDS Pecos. Texas. Julv 2S. Ranchers of Reeves county are improving their herds by imoprtlng blooded stock. Hel Mrs . Margar etB o oth Awards the Contract For a $16,000 BuildingjBig Warehouse. Wyoming street is beginning to rival West Missouri street as the city's apartment house street Mrs. Marga ret Booth, who owns the De Witt apartments, corner of Wyoming and Stanton streets, has let the contract for the erection of another apartment building just west of the De Witte apartments on Wyoming street. It will cost J1S.S and will be erected by a D. Pollack. A warehouse Is to be erected at the corner of Anthony and San Francisco streets by the Rio Grande Valley bank to cost J1SW. It will be a storage warehouse and will be In the center of the wholesale district These We Offer You Wednesday in a magnificent choice of subjects, representing the masterpieces of the greatest sculptors of ancient and modern times. Your choice at Shown in Old Ivory or Bronze Finish Each One Perfect in Every Detail. Sale on the Main Floor "We wish to state that though the price is ridiculously small for this grade of art statuettes, it should not create the impression that they are of an inferior character as they will-add distinction and refinement to any home, no mat ter how rich the furnishings. The choosing offers a selection of fully thirty subjects, perfectly executed, ranging in height up to 18 inches. - The same pieces done in marble would range in value up to $100.00. -5s-. See Our Mesa Avenue Window Display You'll Wonder at the Low Price i New Selections Royal Society Pack ages, 1st Floor Agents for Pictorial Review Patterns, 2nd Floor BRICK WALL CAUSES HOTEL MAN TO QUIT A foot of brick wall caused El Paso's pioneer hotel man to retire, from busi ness. John Fisher has been in the hotel business here since 'the Galveston flood He first managed the old Pear son, then the Sheldon and has been at Green Trading Stamps Free We give one S. & H. Green Trading Stamp abso lutely free in our Retail Departments with each ten cent cash purchase and also on all charge ac counts that are paid in full within ten days from date due. In addition to giving the valuable Trading Stamps Eree we sell better and fresher Groceries for less money than any other El Paso grocery store. ling Herefords, two two year old and tnree tnree year oiu jjurnara nuns, me stock was bought In Midland. W. R. HanHns has received 35 head of thoroughbred yearling and two year old Hereford bulls from Dalhart Conditions on the range In west Texas are reported excellent by cattle men visiting this city, the summer rains having proved a great benefit ACTIVITY IN THE ARIZONA MARKET Duncan. Ariz, July !8. Several big cattle deals have been transacted dur ing the past several days in this dis trict Hlghtower & Martin have pur chased a hend of 1100 head from W. T. Witt Mr. Witt announces that he has retired from the cattle industry and will devote his entire attention to his ranch. Floyd Hlghtower has sold a herd of 450 head of cattle to Tuck Edwards. W. F. Willis has sold a herd of 1 head- to -Bud" Splller. PECOS VALLEY MAN DISPOSES OF CATTLE Lakewood. N. M, July 28. R. B. Knowles, one of the best known cat tlemen of this section, has disposed of his entire herd of cattle, about 704 head, to George Williams, whose ranch is east of the Pecos river. Delivery will be made abont August L The cat tle brought the top market price. NEW CATTLlfcOMPANY GETS STATE CHARTER Santa Fe. N. M, July 28. The 7XV Cattle company, of Silver City, capi talized at 3100.006. has secured a char ter from the state corporation com mission. The Incorporators and direc tors are William RoyaU. Robert H. Royall and Nina A. RoyalL all of Sil ver City. oast three years. When the Alhambra Theater com pany was building adjoining the Fisher hotel it was discovered that the theater property carried with it a half Interest in the south wall of the hotel. An effort was made to purchase this half Interest and have the open space be tween the new theater and the hotel as a court to furnish light and air to the hotel rooms. This effort failed and when it became known that a lower insurance rate could be obtained for the theater by closing the windows on that side of the hotel, brick were laid In the window openings to a depth of one foot but enough to .cut off all light and air from the hoteT rooms. When Fisher failed to make an ar rangement with the owner of the ad joining property for keeping these win dows open, he offered to dispose -of his hotel to George Look, who owns the building. The offer was accepted and Mr. Fisher retired from his lifelong business. Skylight ventilators have been put on the roof of the hotel and the rooms are again occupied. DAILY RECORD. HIS ITCHING ECZEMA GONE RESINOL DID IT Davenport Iowa, May 5, 1914: "I had a severe, torturing case of ec zema on my feet hands, arms and body for about four months, and I suffered untold misery. The Itching was something awful. In a couple of days It spread aH over me with blisters and then formed a raw mass of sores. I tried . . and many other remedies and Drescrintions. but I 'only grew worse. Finally I read of Kesinoi ointment ana itesinoi soap ana commenced using it I got relief from the first treatment Resinol STOPPED THE ITCHING INSTANTLY, and I could sleep the first night I used four or five jars of Resinol Ointment and Soap also, and I am entirely cured of that disease eczema, and I can cheerfully boost Resinol." (Signed) G. W. Fuller, 713 E. 10th St Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap also form a most valuable household treatment for pimples, sunburn, heat rash, insect bites, etc. For trial, free. Md. Sold by all druggists. Advertise ment BEWARE OF CALOMEL -DON'T TAKE IT 3 pounds Chase and Sanborn's Am- $ 1 ff ber Coffee, for pl.UU 1 pound Chase and Sanborn's Orange Tfi Pekoe Tea for i DC 7 Bars Swift's Pride or 6 Bars Swift's White Soap for 25c The coupons with these soaps can be exchanged for Trading Stamps at the Premium Parlor. Jackson-Standard Grocery Co. Phones 3532-33-34 208-210-212 MillsStreet Buy Your Groceries From T7s and Get Trading Stamps. BIU.' WILMS RETURNS TO SEW YORK AFTER LONG STAT. William. A. Willis, correspondent of the New York Herald who has been In El Paso handling the Mexican revo lution in northern Mexico for his paper since February, left this afternoon at 2:45 on the Golden State limited for Chicago. He wIU visit Chris Haggerty. city editor of the Asoclsted Press, who was here for a time during the winter. From Chicago Mr. Willis will leave for New oYrk aboard the Lake Shore. This is the third visit Mr. Willis has made El Paso since the outbreak of the Madero revolution. He Is the political editor of the Herald and expects to "Jump Into politics" as soon as. he. re turns. He will accompany president Wilson and marty to Panama, during the opening of the canaL ' MINES ARE OPERATING. Mining properties in northern Mexico are being reopened as rapidly as fuel and supplies can be obtained. Super intendent R. E. Adams, of Velardena, and W. E. Deavttt of Santa Eulalla, left Monday with crews of men to re sume work at these properties. WRITES MAGAZINE STORY". Miss Virginia Bean, an EI Paso girl, daughter of Mr and Mrs. V. It Bean, of 1S00 Golden Hill terrace, has a story In the August number of Sunset Maga zine entitled "n the Road to Santa Fe " Miss Bean U- known as a violinist of more than local riputation. Bnlldinr Frrmlt. To Phoenlx-El Pao Building companr, to build a buncalow. lots 31 and 32. block 33, Highland Park; estimated vilue H. ureni x ilea. El Past Helchta addition El Pad Relshts Investment company to J. C Wlshman. lots le and It bloclc 196. 1st .r&so iieignu; con sideration JIM: JulT 13. 13K. South side of Bliss, between Grama and Luna Ernest B. Gay to Ruth Adklns. IotC and part of 35. block 119. Bast El Paso; consideration S10; July Z(. 1911. rtortb sldo oz WTominr. between mag nolia and Foolar J. E. Btschoft to Jar 1". Knox, lots 21 to 3C. Inclusive, blocs: . Bas sett addition; consideration Ji:0; June 4. 1911. North side of Gold, between Indiana and Ohio Mark L. Griffith to A. J. "Rose, lots C and 7. block (1. Highland Park; consid eration 3SM. May 21. 1914. Mesa Heights addition R. D. Harvey to Hendricks sanatorium, block II. Mesa Heights: consideration S10 and other; J air 2. 1914. El Paso Heights addition EI Paso Heights Investment company to Charles E. H&gan. lots 13 to 1(. Inclusive. Mock 71. EI Paso Heights: consideration S219: July 19. 1914. El Paso county. Texas J. J. Bishop to J. L. Crawford,, section 17 and part of S. block 1. school land; consideration itto; June IS. 19lT El Paso county. Texas J. X Bishop to J. L. Crawford, sections It, 30 and-21. block 1. school land; consideration SS90; June 29. 1914. El Paso county. Texas C C McCrosky to Jay y. Knox, section 18. block 79. Texas & Pacific survey: consideration, other and 910. March 10. 1914. El Paso county. Texas D. L Greer to W. C- Gray, section 18. block 73. Texas & Pa cific surrey; consideration 1610; Feb. 9, 1311. Licensed to Wed. Frank C. Hall and Margaret V. Roberts. " W. V. Stokes and Ona Dean. Juan M. Garza and Jesus Bascon. Secudlno Soils and Luz Ramos. E. Flores and Carlotta CordleL Ctuistobal Bosanegra. and Domltlla Ochoa. Automobiles Licensed. 245T H. M. Schuts, Ysleta, Tex.; sevsn naasenger Studebaker. 24S Oakland Auto Sales company, 407-11 Myrtle avenue; five passenger Oakland. 2459 Oakland Auto Sales company. 47-11 Myrtlo avenue: five passenger Oakland. - Oakland Anto Sales company. 47-11 Myrtlo avenue; five passenger Oakland, Births Girls. To Mrs. F. Boise Sehutz, 1224 Orient street; July 22. To Mrs. Robert F. McKee. 700 Park street: July 2. NEEI GLVSSESr ASK SEGALL. MOVED TO 10S TEXAS STnEET, Adv Calomel is just another form of mer cury, and you ought to know bow un certain, how dlsaBrreeahle in ffpt nnd how dangerous calomel sometimes is. Perhaps you know several people who u&vo oeen sajivaiea oy wnat tney thought was a very light dose of calo mel. Next time you have an attack of bil iousness, or when your liver has gotten sluggish, go to Kelly & Pollard and ask for a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. You will find it a pleasant-tasting, vegetable, liquid remedy which takes the place of calomel in every good re spect and without the dangerous after effects of calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone gives the liver just the amount of gentle stimulation It needs to induce it to do its work properly and thoroughly. You get a large bottle for fiftV ntnta and vmi an have your money returned right where you made your purchase If Dodson's Liver Tone fails to please you and prove that It takes the place of calomel per fectly. Isn't that fair? Advertisement. lfim BOOKLETS AKD LNTOEMATI0N ABOUT 1(&il V IfiPSv CALIFORNIA RESORTS MAY BE HAD rsnl XJjSsSiV'' AT THE HERALD RESORT BUREAU sa ffl ". -.!? Js5j4z3jj Spend the Summer in Los Angeles AT Hotel Lankershim -YOU WILL ENJOY lis restful reSflemeat of tat fernlshlngj lis perfect service the peopte yon meet the central location. European plan Popular prices. "Free Auto mobiles meet trains. Write our correspond ence department for further information. 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