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"Wednesday, July 29, 1914 9 SWAT THE FLY ST PBISONEB m WOULD FLY FROM IEW YORK TO EL PASO IN 4 DAYS rX Proposes to Make Trip as Advertisement For El Paso For $7000. A' N AEROPLANE flight from New Tork to El Paso to advertise El Paso. Is proposed by Geo. Pufles, an aviator who has been out at Silver City testing Dr. Shaw's new aeroplane and is now in EI Paso. ilr Pufles, who Is a licensed avia tor with aa International pilot's li cense, wants the city of El Paso to put up JTOOO for his machine and ex penses, and he would fly from New Tork here, getting what advertising he could from the flight for El Paso, and then set up an aviation school here for teaching the uninitiated how to fly He says he would also operate the aeroplane as a passenger carrier f t people passing through here to the Panama-Pacific exposition. He believes the flight, which would attract wide attention in the papers before, during and after the flight would give El Paso a great amount of advertising and help to route traffic this way to the California exposition. Mr. Pufles believes he could break N all records for cross country 'flights by making the trip from New York to Kl Paso in less than four days. He could, make Chicago the first day. Kansas C!ty the second and reach El Paso the fourth day with ease, barring acci dents, he savs. He "wants a machine that will make from IS to S2 miles an hour Mr Pufles tested the invention of rr Shaw at Silver City and made a successful flight of two miles in the New Mexico made machine. He savs the machine is not powerful enough for extended flights in a high altitude l.ke Silver City, but can be made a success. r Uneeda Biscuit Tempt the appetite, please the taste and nourish the hody. Crisp, clean and fresh 5 cents in the moisture proof package. Baro&sf Biscuit Round, thin, tender ' with a delightful flavor" appropriate for luncheon, tea and dinner, io cents. I II i JJ9 ' III I I I j3B , BHSBr 'S.'Tfc I I -gsh- Il?w mwJ&g? mm W&1L l& 'wEA. I Jm&Wf iMii 8B fH eSk & TL 1 :M . iwRajv ilk InIL k f0L r 1 1 W8kMJ&r rM&msMr Hk wK wM Ttot-Ia I Here it is pictured in its true proportions as a menace to than the rattlesnake. Let one escape, and 10,000 life. It is more dangerous than the tierer. more destructive than the wolf, more deadly more are born. Bar this -monster from your home. Kill every one you can. ' MULE ROUNDED Prince of appetizers. Makes daily trips from Ginger-Snap (Land to waiting mouths every where. Say Zu Zxx to the grocer man, 5 cents. Bay biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name ' COI, UTS AND S UP 81 1 POLICE "Were Grazing on the Lots of East El Paso .Property - -Owners ; Now in Pound. XiOng years ago. when El Paso "was a small frontier hamlet, cattle roamed the ranges here, and each summer J were rounded up for shipment. Some thing of the old days was recauea to the memory of the pioneer resident Wednesday morning when they saw mounted policeman Ira Ware, assisted by several "cowboys." round up a herd of 23 cows, 14 goats and two mules and drive them through the city to the pound. Second and Tornillo. The police department was notified Wednesday morning that the stock was running loose in East El Paso and complaint was filed by the property owners. Captain Garner dispatched policeman Ware to the scene and he found the 23 cows grazing on the grass along the 3700 block on Bliss street. The goats were pasturing on the 2600 block, Wyoming -street, while the mules were also found on Bliss street. Princess Victoria Most Happy When Entertaining Children of Royal Birth London, Eng., July 29. Princess Vic toria's chief delight is in entertaining children and that is why queen Alex andra held a party for the little folk at Marlborough house on her daugh ter's -46th birthdav The prince of News Brevities (Advertisements Train Bnlletin, El Paso & Southwestern train No. 3 from the east, due at 1:45 o m.. will I arrive at 4:15 p. m. G. H. & S. A. train nso. s. irom me ease, aue at t:iu p. nw will arrive at 8.10. All other after noon and night trains for Wednesday are reported on time. Special chicken dinner, 31.00, Kenil worth Inn, Ysleta. Phone 2 for reservation. Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg. TeL 577 Slaking Anto Tour. Sid Kyle, a cattleman of Pecos City, is here with his family. He is making an automobile trip through western Texas in his Ford automobile and will spend several days here. 10 BRING IN 1,01 SHEEP FROM MEXICO Jjongnreira taxicabs and tonrlns; cam are the best. They are driven by ex perienced men drivers not boys. Phone 1. Siiaros' ileeiri Tho International Rat Killer Kills off rats, mice, cockroaches, waterbugs and ' other vermin. It Isre&dyfor use. economicaL rcHahio DdCTurantcri. BUBONIC PLAGUE-Bats. mfce and IckroaehessDreadtheireTTnimfthiadreail- cockroaehes spread thegerma of this dread fol disease, which ther brine from infect ed recions. To avoid thin, exterminate these pesta by using the cennlne Stearns i Electric Bat and Roach Pxste. Directions m 25 lanroagea in every paefcape. T At 25e ud $1.00. SM It refaufcn emrwecra STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO. Chlcaso. U.S.A. J PC Hak'U rmxcEss iictoria Wales, the duchess of Teck and her two chaldren. Manuel and Augustine Victo ria of Portugal and lord Spencer's children were there. After tea the children and grownups all assembled on the lawns and watched some gymnasts. WASHOUT AT VILU AHUMADA DEPOTS MEXICAN TRAVEL AGAIN Another washout was reported on the Mexican Central near Villa Ahumada Wednesday morning. The track at that place is in bad condition and has been causing the railroad officials much trouble There are a number of dry washes there which fill with flood water w hen It rains in the mountains. Dr. Cameron, dentist, 202 R.-B. Bldg. Cnrtlu-Mannlns Co, Stock Brokers. 'ProjrreMlves'" Reorganize. Providence. K. L. July 20. The ex ecutive "Progressive" party of Rhode Island Tuesday night removed Its en tire list of officers and voted to reor ganize. The committee passed resolu tions declaring that the officers "from the highest to the lowest should always be subject to the recall." Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic infirmary. Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In chief: Dr. JL Alklre, lady specialist: Dr. Carl Gibson. 201 W. Missouri street. They cured others. They can cure you. Save yoar baggage check for Long well's quick auto truck delivery. EI Paso Distilled Water Co. Ph. 489. Bulger Jury In Completed. Denver, Colo., July 29. The Jury in the trial of CoL James Bulger, charged with the murder of George Nicodemus, a hotel proprietor, on May 6 last, was completed Tuesday. The defence of Bulger is expected to be a plea of in sanity. Lonsrn-eirs rent can and taxlcabs are driven by men not boys. Safety first. Phone 1. Wright cleans clothes cleanest In El Paso. Phone 343 for wagon. French Fight Moroccana. Rabat, Morocco. July 29. In a battle with natives near Tazekra last Sunday the French forces lost 56 men killed, among them three officers and 90 men wounded. The tribesmen 'killed num ber 160. FhoneC7. WIlson-MIllican. the beat cleaners. White work a specialty. To Transfer Railroad Control. New York. July 29. Representatives of International and Great Northern note holders and trustees of the Jay Gould estate reached an agreement here Tuesday 'whereby It Is planned to transfer control of the road from the Gould estate to owners of the 311.000.000 notes of the road maturing August 1- Elecrric motor repairing a specialty. Southwestern Electric & Machine Co, pr. 1315: P. O. box 114: 304 San Francisco. Dr. Nettle Satterlre. osteopath, 410 Mills Bldg, phone 141. Res. phone 3483. Tonnger IlBmmemteln Dies. New London. Conn.. July 29. Harry Hammerstein, a son of Oscar Hammer stein, New Tork theatrical magnate, died Tuesday night in a local hospital of diabetes. He was in camp on Fish er's Island with the New York regi ments in, which he was a lieutenant, when he was taken UL , Wright cleans clothes cleanest in EI Paso. Phone 343 for wagon. Dr. Paget, dentist, 502 Roberts-Banner French Journalist Dies. Paris, France. July 29. Adrian He bard, one of the leading Journalists in Prance, died today, aged 60. He had been an editor for the Temps since 1870. He was a senator from 18 9 to 1897. 2000 bargains In Sash and panel doors, windows and odd sash. Lumber sold on easy payments. Lander Lumber Co. Phone 282. Hill. Optician of Precision. 421 Mesa. Negro (lulls Chain Gang. Oliver Cass: a negro, was given a 35 fine in police court Tuesday afternoon First Shipment of 12,000 Is "Expected in El Paso Friday. Cattle are not the only livestock being shipped through the port of El Paso. Tne first of a shipment of 80,000 Mexican sheep Is expected to reach the border Friday from the Ma dera district of western Chihuahua. The first shipment will consist of 12.000 sheep and they will be sold on the local market to the New Mexico, eastern Texas and Kansas City buyers. The sheep are estimated to be worth 3320.000. The importation is being made by E. G. Bates, of Roswell, N. M.. who is now in Mexico to superintend the loading of the sheep. and was sent to work the fine out on the rock pile. Wednesday morning when the chain gang was working at the corner of Brown and Boulevard Oliver was sent to the wagon for a pick. He disappeared and has not been seen since. Longnell calls for and delivers bag gage anywhere in El Paso or suburbs. Phone 1. Oregon Grocery, 805 N. Ore, phone 1721 Haltlen Rattles Continue. Cape Haltlen, Haiti, July 29. Heavy fighting has been in progress between the government forces and the revolu tionists. The federals attacked the rebels at Trou. to the south of Cape Haittien. and forced them from their entrenchments, recapturing the town. The rebels also evacuated the village of CaracoL but flghting-fcontinues at several other points. A large stock of roofing paper of best quality, 31.25 per roll and up. Lan der Lumber Co. Phone 282. Big Appropriation Bills Passed. Washington, D C, July 29 Con gress on Tuesday passed the last two big general appropriation bills of the session, the sundry civil and general deficiency measures. But two supply bills, the Indian and river and harbor bills, remain to be passed and a final conference report on the former was adopted by the senate Tuesday. The river and harbor bill is being held up by a determined filibuster In the sen ate. Dr. Hiram Gallagher, Marsh-Strong Building, Spring and 9th Sts, Los Angeles. Calif. El Para Distilled Water Co, Ph. 489 Moose Believe In Deity. Milwaukee. Wis, July 29. A resolu tion reaffirming belief in the supreme being was by a standing unanimous vote, adopted Tuesday afternoon at the convention of the Loyal Order of Moose. The resolution also denounced the "no God, no master", movements. By the resolutions no man believing In such a creed or belonging to any order which has such a motto or slogan can be initiated into the Moose order and any man now a member, who so be lieves, must be ejected. You'll always catch yonr train if you use Longwell's taxicabs and baggage trucks. ANTI-SPEED CRUSADE STAETED BY POLICE The police have Inaugurated a cru sade against auto speeders and owners Who drive their cars at night without tall lights. The names of nine auto mobile owners were taken by the po lice Tuesday night, seven were charged with speeding and two operating their cars without tall lamps. TO PENITENTIARY 01 PiUSDI AGENT Thirteen Convicted In El Paso County Will Serve From 2 to 35 Years. With sentences ranging from two to 35 years each, 13 prisoners were taken from the county jail Wednesday and are now en route to the state peni tentiary at Huntsvllle. Tex, In charge of penitentiary agent "Bud" Russell. Two of the prisoners have been sen tenced to 35 years behind the grey walls of this penal Institution. They are Antonio Andrada and Agapito Gar cia, convicted of the murder of Teodoso Saldlvar, a Mexican merchant. The crime occurred last AprIL Arthur Gibson,- negro, was sen tenced to five years for the holdup of the Jockey club. Second and Oregon streets. Two men in automobiles held cp the club last March and stole 3300. He was convicted of assault with in tent to murder. Julian Valencuela, convicted of as sault with Intent to rob, was sentenced to two years. The following eight were convicted of burglary and sentenced to three years each: Carlos ugo. Ysabel An chondo, Jesus R. Flores, Pedro Salarlo, Rafael Yrlgozen, Juan Leva and An tonio R. Lopez. POOL "WANTS ALL EL PASOATKESBASBECUE T want every man in El Paso coun ty to come to my barbecue Saturday at my ranch, near Canutillo," said county judge Adrian Pool this morn ing. "T am going to be county judge of all the people of El Paso county not of any faction and I want all the people to help me to be & county judge. I want everybody to come to the bar becue Saturday. It will begin at 6 oclock in the evening and last until midnight. There will be plenty to eat and drink and a good time for all my guests. I am not extending personal invitations to anybody to come. I want everybody there. If they are not ac quainted with me. so much the better we can get acquainted if they come." MC PIASO BOY SUCCUMBS TO TYPHOnj IX MEXICO Harry G". Buchozj son of Mr. and Mrs, H. G. Buchoz, of 712 North "Virginia, street, died Monday morning of typhoid, fever in Santa. Barbara, Chlh, accord ing to & telegram received Tuesday afternoon by his father in Bl Paso. Arrangements for the funeral will be made shortly after the body arrives In El Paso, and interment will be made in Evergreen cemetery. Saturday morning the parents of the deceased were advised of his illness, and a trained nurse and & physician immediately left El Paso for Santa. Barbara. They will accompany the body to this city, arriving Friday or Saturday. The deceased was 25 years old and had been in the employ of a Chihuahua mining company as stenographer for some time. He left El Paso six months ago for Santa, Barbara. Dr. Ebert. dentist, 216-218 Mills Bldg. American Hot Weather Foods Not Popular in London During Summer London, Eng, July 29. American hot weather foods failed to take with the London public during the recent torrid spell, when the thermometer touched 90 degrees In the shade. The English restaurants in the business section reported no falling off in the orders for roast beef and Yorkshire steak and kidney pudding and peas and potatoes, although there was an unusual demand for currant rolL "All this talk about summer diet and keeping cool is Tommy rot." said the proprietor of an Inn celebrated for its steak and kidney puddings. "I believe in a man sticking to his grub." A customer ordered a glass of ice water from an old fashioned English waiter. "Iced water! No. sir." he Teplled. "Stout or ale, sir, are very nice in this 'eat. sir." At the same time, the shops selling soft drinks did a heavy business during the hot spelL London's Ice supply ran very short and gave out entirely in many sections of the city. 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