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PPM MILITARY PLANS Papers Discreetly Criticse Overthrow of Von Moltke by the Kaiser. The Hague, Holland, Dec. 14 Ger nan newspapers which have just been reeeived here show that the German jrci, although prohibited strictly I from criticising any act of the govern ment during the war, is much dis pleased by the sudden change in the leadership of the German military fines They state that count von Moltke has been "politely sidetracked" a' chut of the general staff, and that suireme command has been given to a. war minister whose behavior t m 11 ! the reichstag In the Zabern In. n'ent was insulting" in thA nhnrt hinflTAnhiex of Mfil. Con von Falkenhayn, which the news- icier in the most guarded way to what thc term his failure up to the present time in the operations on the western front Yon Falkenhayn was appointed tenpurary chief of the general staff on Hit ZZ sas the Berliner TageMatt -Ho tlierefore has held the position - i p the fall of Antwerp. During this ,. .s.l iiva neeuri-Ari tliA tiAttlpK of the i-. anil Dixmude In this serious J time therefore, von Kalkennayn nas hnn uniting all the functions which thinner the war of 1870 were divided lefncen Von Moltke and Roon." Friction Anionic Chief". Tt Is intimated in these newspapers that there has been friction between emi'Pror William and count von Moltke, oninp to a difference of opinion con cerning the conduct of the campaign In (he west it being understood that vmle von Moltke favored energetic conations against the French center, t'ie emperor was strongly Inclined t at.l pushing the advance in the duprtion of Calais As a result of this c flirt it ts said, count von Moltke ritned to take the cure at Hamburg, bvinp however, in actual need of med f il attention 3en von Falkenhajn then continued the operations in Flanders under the tlneition of the emperor with results which are described as not wholly pleasing to the Geiman public. An nouncement was made five days ago that Uen von Falkenhayn would re nnin at the head of the general staff lnt that count von Moltke might be piven another mission. Emperor Entered Opposition. The plan of campaign of count von Moltke, as originally outlined, was to advance on Taris as rapidly as pos sible and trust to the swift movement toward the capital by Gen. von Kluck in Ausust and September which was ended bv the forces retreating to the p isitions now occupied by the Germans in l'nmc It is stated that friction between emperor V illiam and count ..n Moltke first occurred at this time, the emperor taking: the ground that the movement tacticaTTv was futile. fter the capture of Antwerp. It was von Moltke s desire, according to these r( ports, to concentrate upon the Ver ilmi Toul line while the emperor, pomt lnc to the possibility of an enveloping movement by the allies or a break through the wedge which von Moltke piojiosed to advance, forced the con i uatlon of operations against the allies in Flanders This is the situation. It is nun saM which followed von Moltke s t n to H i Iiutk and the instalation of i r i ii.nhnn as chief of the staff TURKISH BATTLESHIP TORPEDOED; SINKS (Continued From Page One) tria. columns are coming down the no-thern slopes of the Carpathians." KAISER IS TO" UNDERGO OPERATION ON THROAT Genea Switzerland, Dec. 14 When emperor William has sufficiently re coiered from his present illness, he will be obliged to undergo an operation on his throat, according to a report from Beilin The kaiser's physicians consider it inadvisable for him to re turn to the front for several weeks, and be will probably spend Christmas in Berlin The crown prince Frederitk William has arrived in the capital, the report states. ARMENIANS ARE HANGED BY TURKISH FANATICS Fetrograd. Russia, Dec 14 Many Ainu mans hae been hanged and hun dreds Imprisoned in Turkish Armenia In faratiis as a result of the Russian s npatbies. according to advices from thi front near Erserum It is stated tlu't 20 000 christians are In danger. Three hundred thousand Turks are rnu' rizrd at Erserum. Nevertheless re-m-iikable anti war demonstrations have t. i n held there. On one occasion the ri Jin K lasted several hours. BRUSSELS DECIDES TO PAY GERMANY'S HUGE WAR LIEN An stc-dam. Holland, Dec U. By means of special taxes payable up to June 13 1915. Brussels, Belgium, will pi the German war Hen of $11,258,000. For the pament of the remaining J6.250 000 of the first war contribu tion, arrangements have been made with a group of the Belgian banks wheiebv this obligation will be met in 10 instalments This Is stated In a Berlin. Germany, dispatch. CRUISER G0EBEN. ATTACKING PORT, OBLIGED TO WITHDRAW j Petiograd, Russia. Dec 14. The , Turkish cruiser Goeben, accompanied b- the Turkish torpeao giinorai d" bavet, bombarded the fortress of Ba tum, Russia, Saturday afternoon, but was driven off after firing 16 shots, ac cording to an official statement. The damage inflicted by the cruiser's shell is described as Insignificant. CHRISTW VS TRUCK PI, VN FAILS. Rome Italy, Dec 14. The Vatican authoilties have made public a docu ment setting forth the efforts made by the pope to obtain a truce in the Euro pean v.rr during the Christmas season. The efforts of the pontiff unfortunately failed, according to the Vatican an nouncement, "owing to tile opposition of a ceitain power." For the folks "sack home, Interna clonal cipars Advertisement. ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP BKONCHUIS IAIAKKH CULLO Ell. 1879 A simple, safe and effective treatment aoid- ing orugs. useu wm suixiui . jw,. The aircarrymg the antiseptic vapor, inhaled -t L..al. 1 a fAtHtnrf Ari vnin every Dream m.t .u.uu, , tootbesthesoretnroat, and stops the cough, assuring restful nights. Crctolcne is invaluable to mothers Kith younc children and a toon to sufferers from Asthma, Send us postal for descriptive booklet SOLO BV DKUGOISTS VAP0CRES0LENECO. t' CortUadtSl .N T fQSm M tM. IBIS -HIBvnBv i-niMTrtn-niiTl I ASMITHEDESFE TO PHILIPPINES Lieutenant Colonel of the 6th Infantry Detailed to the Eighth. Lieut. CoL James M. Arrasmlth, who was the commanding officer ol w Sixth infantry when it arrived front San FranciBCO and until the arrival oi Col. J. F. Morrison, has been tranJ ferred to the Eighth infantry, stationed in Manila. He will leae soon for trie Presidio, San Francisco, to pack nis personal effects before sailing for the Philippines. . Lieut CoL Arrasmith was In com mand of a section of the American troops in China during the Boxer reoei- lion. He also served with the Fourth cavalry on the border in the early days. Purchase nemlttcd. Private Walter F. Nowogrodski, com- . x cHvtl. Infantrv vM hfi dlS- charged from the army by purchase, the amount, ?90. being remitted. Private Fred Moore, quartermaster corps, has been transferred to battery C, sixth field artillery. Private Leon W. Boardway, company E, 20th Infantry, as transferred to troop I, 15th cavalry. Private Edward F. Stelt company L, 30th infantry, is transferred to troop l. 16th cavalry. Private William Dedd, troop H. 13th cavalry. Columbus. N M . is transferred to troop D, third cavalry, and will bo sent to Brownsville Private George W. Parker, quarter master corps, sixth infantrj, is trans ferred to troop L, 13th infantrj, and will be sent to Columbus. N. M. Private Cleve F Donathan, battery t, sixth field artillery, is transferred to the quartermaster corps, appointed pri vate first class and assigned to slxtt artillery wagon train. Private Moss V. Davis, company E, sixth Infantry, is transferred to the quartermaster corps, appointed private of the. first class and assigned to the slrth Infantry wagon train. Private Ralph L. Patterson, hospital corps, sixth field artillery, will be sent to Columbus, N M, for duty with a de tachment of the hospital corps, 13th cavalry. Private John M Cox, hospital corps, on duty with a detachment of the hos pital corps, 13th cavalry, Columbus, N. M., will be sent to Fort Bliss for duty with the regimental Infirmary, sixth field artillery. Enlisted Men Discharged. The following eniiSted men will be discharged from the army: Private Hen .... tiia&a ilri Mmniinv T. slcnal corns: j """. v- X A-,-- 7 " t. ,4.h aergu josepn . -c, uvuj, x v.. cavalry, private Robert D. Johnson, troop K, 13th cavalry, private .Frank Hulock. company B, 16th Infantry. Private Tom Wetmore. field company, signal corps, will be sent to Candelaria Private Herman Cordsen, headquar ters company, sixth infantry, is trans ferred to troop D, 16th Infantry, and will be sent to Fabens. The following enlisted men will be discharged from the army. Private Al vln H. Metelman, troop G, 13th cavalry: private Frank J. Pfau, battery F. sixth field artillery, private John J. Wood worth, battery F, sixth field artillery; Corp. B. P. Frlis, troop F, 16th cavalry; private Fred P. Welse, company C, 20th Infantry. Qualifies ns Sharpshooter. . Sergt. Dennis. Burns, company M, 20th infantry, on duty with the organized militia of New Mexico, has qualified as sharpshooter. Private John R. Evans, hospital corps, is transferred to field company I, signal corps. Private Harry F. Murray, troop B, 15th cavalry, is transferred to company F, 16th infantry. , Private. Wladisldva Waltlekaus, troop K, IJth cavalry, is transferred to com pany F, 16th Infantry. Private Frank Krawczyk. quarter master corps, Columbus, N. M., is trans ferred to troop K. IJth cavalry. Leave of absence of one month, ef fective about Dec 1, was granted vet erinarian Henry L. Soramer, 13th cav alry, Columbus, N. M. MEXICAN IS ARRESTED ON A ROBBERY CHARGE Franelarn Airuilar was arrested by the police on a charge of burglary. Ha is charged with having entered the room of Harold Gregory, on South El Paso street Gregory claims to hava missed several articles of clothing. His room was entered between 2 and 3 oclock Sunday morning. Held on Ilurelary Chnrge. Francisco Aguilera was arrested Saturday night charged with the bur glary of the room of Harry Gregory in the Nelson house on South El Paso street. According to the police Agui lera was caught by officer Glover as he was coming down the stairway. He is alleged to have been wearing Gre gory's shoes and was carrying a pair of trousers. Tito Holdups Reported. F E VanLieu, who lives on Prospect avenue, reported to the police that Sunday morning about 3 oclock he was held up by a Mexican at the point of a gun on Prospect avenue and relieved of a small amount of change. R. Roberts, who gave his residence as 1116 Noble, reported to the police that at 1 30 Sunday morning he was held up at the corner of Mesa and Ari zona streets A small amount of change was secured and the man, supposed to have been a Mexican, made his escape. Robbed la Juarez. John W. Melvin Sunday afternoon sought the aid of the police depart ment in the recovers of a watch, chain and 363 in change which he claims were taken from him at the point of a gun in Juarez near the railroad track, about 1 oclock Sunday morning. Mel vin stated that two Mexicans were im plicated. DVVARIAAS IN AZTWEHr REVOLT AGAINST GERMANS Amsterdam. Holland. Dec. 14. A dis patch to the Handelsblad from Antwerp says reports are current in Antwerp of a mutiny on the part of the Ba varian troops garrisoning the city. While the story Is not confirmed, it is a fact that the Bavarian barracks have been clo"l to outsiders. RAII.IIO OFKKR CHRISTMAS RATES TO THE "HACK HOMERS" All of the railroads running into EI Paso are offering a holiday rate to all points both east and west The fare to all Texas and California points has been cut to one and one-third for the round trip. The rate will start the lith and continue until the fourth 41 January. Notice to Rank I'ntronn. Beginning January 1st, 191Kthe under signed banks, members of the El Paso Clearing House Association, will handle notes bearing Interest from maturity only This change is due to the regula tion of the Federal Reserve Banks which requires that all notes which they accept from affiliated banks shall bear interest from maturity. This does not apply to notes secured by Vendor's Liens, Mechanic's or Material Mens' Liens or to Deed of Trust Liens on real estate State National Bank. First National Bank, City National Bank, Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso Bank & Trust Co , Vnion Bank & Trust Co , Commercial National Bank, Texas Bank & Trust Co., Security Trust A Savings Bank, erlcan Trust & Savings Bank, Dattd December" 9, 1914. (Advertisement.) Wtiy Tot! "When vour visiting frle-us hiqulre for Mexican souvinir goods, will you jjl' 11 ii fci them to RcathV rt Shop, 4u San Trance o St AdvcrMsement CEDRiS GANALWQRKTG ' ORDERED DPEIED Commissioners Also Vote $75 For Christmas Charity Work. The board of county commissioners. In session Monday morning, ordered the opening of two highways that had been fenced in, authorized the payment of a bill for road work and discussed a number of matters without taking final action. The bill of A. I Boyd, for construc tion work on the" mesa road to Sierra Blanca, amounting to $260, was pre sented. On motion of commissioner Seth Orndorff the bill was ordered paid when sworn to. Rond Ordered Opened. A communication, signed by 50 resi dents of Socorro, alleging that E. G. James, on November 28, 1914, fenced and closed the public road that con nects the macadamized road with the Socorro road to Belen station, was read. It was set forth that the road is a very old one and the court was asked to have it opened to the public. On mo tion of commissioner Orndorff the re quest was granted. Donate 575 for Christmas Charity. Mrs. Thomas Pitt, of the Salvation army, appeared before the court asking for a donation for Christmas relief work. A communication from the- Wom an's Charity association, asking for the donation of candy, apples and oranges, was read. On motion of commissioner Pendell it was ordered that the Salva tion army be given 50 and the Wom an's Charity association $25, the funds to come from the charity fund and be used fdr charitable purposes. A communication was received from E. B. Jones stating that he had been elected constable fjf precinct 8, but de sired not td serve and recommended w F. Sheffield, the former incumbent. The board asked that a regular petition be filed by tne people of the precinct. Ask New Public Road. A petition was received from a num ber of residents of precinct S asking for a new public road to begin at a point on the Socorro and San Ellzano roads and extend to the El Paso and Clint road. The petition was referred to commissioner Orndorff for Investi gation and report. On complaint of a Mexican resident of San Jose, It was ordered that S S. Carpenter remove a fence alleged to have been built across the community road near San Jose. The matter of making an appropria tion to improve the Zack White park, recently offered to the county, was brought before the board, but action was postponed, pending a viEit to the park. Right of Way for Road Given. A deed from Mariana L. Pedregon et al, giving the county a right of way through the James tract. In the Ysleta grant, was presented; also a bill from C. N. Bassett asking $500 for the con struction of a caliche road over the route It -was brought out that an agreement was entered Into with Mr. Bassett by the former board for the taking over of the road by the county wnen rignt oi way naa dct-.i securea. The bill was held up until Is can be de termined whether the road conforms to the requirements of county high ways as to width. The bond of W. D Allison, as consta ble of precinct 5, was approved. Cost of Water ripe to Hospital. A communication to C. H Leavel!, chairman of the water committee, city of El Paso, from ,W. E. .Race, superin tendent of water works, was read, showing the quantities and cost of in stalling a water main along the north side of the county road from the city's main line at Boone avenue to the countv hospital. The estimate calls fof 1166 feet of 2 1-2 inch painted black pipe, 1980 feet of 2 Inch painted black pipe, two gate valves, two valve boxes and 1 1-2 feet of service line to prop erty line, at a cost, including all labor of instalation, of $630. The communi cation was received and filed. I. G Gaal, superintendent of the poor farm and county hospital, asked for au thority to purchase supplies for the en suing month. On motion of commis sioner Walling, Mr. Gaal was author ized to purchase the necessary supplies. TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS CRAWFORD NEW PLAY TONIGHT. James J. Corbett's most recent play hit, "A Thief for a Night," Is the new attraction for the Glass players at the Crawford tonight The story is a thrill er without impossible situations, and is sure to prove a most pleasing evening's diversion. From 15 to 60 cents is the price range. There will be another woman's bargain matinee Wednesday afternoon. Advertisement. MARY PICKFORD'S RIVAL. At last "Little Mary" Pickford has a rival worthy of the name. Sho is Mar guerite Clark, former star and lead ing woman for De Wolf Hopper. The Wigwam will present her in a Para mount release, "The Crucible," Wed nesday. It is a story of a girl and her lire's experiences The Wigwam man agement advises its patrons to see Mar guerite Clark In this and every other picture in which she appears whether it is shown at the Wigwam or some other theater. Advertisement THE nuou. Miriam NesbitU and Marc MacDT mott play leading roleu today at the Bijou in "Tho King's Moe in the City," a two part drama that the critic s of tho "Moving Picture World" on who.n the picture show exhibitors depend for in formation) say will easily class as a feature on any program It is a picture well made and acted on a high plane. "The Way Back" is amthor excellent picture that will be on the bill. This picture tells a story of a man who sav3 a young woman on the downward path, through frequenting cabarets, -nd mar ries her to his friend. Tins is a fine release and deserves a wide showing Advertisement "ZUDOU.V" AT THE GnEChAN. The mystery of the "Dutch Cheese Maker," the third episode of "Zudora," Thanhouser's wonder photoplay, which is the special attraction at the Grecian today, is one which Introduces on the screen a rarely exciting panorama of constantly changing events. Again the hand of the mystic detective, Hassam AH, Is turned against John Storm, Zudora's sweetheart Once more John Storm Is cleared bv the wit of Zudora, . which makes her third case in her fa vor. This episode is intense through- out It is a compTete story. Don't miss it! Come early. "The Mutual Weekly," which com pletes today's program, contains an un usual number of interesting events, and shows many late scenes from the seat of war Advertisement ST. CLEMENT'S CLUB WILL STAGE A MEETING MOND VY. St Clement's Men's club will have an open meeting for their friends this evening in Kendrick hall. The club will hold a regular meeting on the stage of the parish, presided over by B. M. G. Williams, the president of the club. The usual business will be trans acted, a special quartet will sing and speeches will be made bj the leading members of the club After the meeting a social will be held In the parish house at which all of the members of the club will act as in enti rtjnment crmmut'C for the visi tors and families ."FT. "PASO HE i Ml mm Las Cruces, N M.. Dec. 14 -The clear- , Ing of the rigm oi waj """",., canals which are to be constructed In the Mesilla valley will begin tomorrow, it Is reported here. King of Wuriemburg Chased Out of Cernay By Shells of French AlfVi,.,,!, HarmiiilV. DeC. H. Tile king of Wurtemburg has returned from Alsac to his palace at StuttBart, sui ferlng from a nervous breakdown as the result of a perilous adventure. The German troops at Cenjay a.r fighting on a small scale daily with the , Flinch at the neighboring town of Thann To stimulate their ardor the king made a special Journey cer nay and had the troops lined up out. side the market place to be reviewed. Word reached the French of the KING AND QIEEX OF WLRTEM BURG. plan, however, and the king's arrival on the market place at 11 a. m. coin cided with the initial roar of tha French guns at Thann The king re treated to a small inn as shells began to burst over the town, and when shrapnel began to wreck the market place, it was decided to remove Wur temburg's ruler from the dangerous zone and hold the review anotbor day. The king retreated in an armored car surrounded by an escort of light cav alry, and, according to a report which Is current here, has since written to the kaiser from Stuttgart that his doc tors have ordered him to keep to his rooms during the winter. JAPAN EXPECTS UNFRIENDLY LEGISLATION IN CALIFORNIA Tokio, Japan, Dec. 14.-r-The Japanese foreign office is evidently expecting a great deal of ahti-Japanesa. legislation at the next session of the California legislature. Secret agents of the for eign office followed the recent electio'is very closely with the result that It has issued a confidential report to the Jap anese newspapers giving what appears to be an accurate analysis of the legis lative situation in California in so far as it affects possible anti-Japanese leg islation. It Is believed here that Japan has held off further protests about the anti Japanese legislation In California until the California election Now that she sees no hope of a change of sentiment there, she will doubtless push the mat ter further With the Anglo-Japanese alliance strengthened through Japan's aid in the war against Germany, there is little doubt here but that this time Japan's diplomatic representations will be much stronger than they have been heretofore DR. FLOWER IS GIVEN TWO YEARS ON SWINDLING CHARGE Dr. Richard C Flower, whose swin dling activities are said to have netted him over J5C0.000 and who pleaded guilty to grand larceny, was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary by justice Davis in the criminal branch of the supreme cpurCof New York la3t Dr Flower's mining operations were conducted In Mexico and Arizona and 13 or 14 years ago, when he was at the zenith of his career as a promoter, he was well known in El Paso. He lived in a palace In Chihuahua and often traveled to and from the east In a pri vate car. WRIST WATCH DISAPPEARS: TWO SOLDIERS ARRESTED Art Morris, of troop K. 13th cavalry, and Jack Sweiful, of company G. 20th infantry, were arrested by the police Rnndav nisrht and are belntc held pend ! Ing an investigation of chorges that w'ere maue Dy oyoii uuuib, wiiu iuuiuo , on Broadway i aiA niaimn tlmt a wrist watch, a sav ings bank and a purse disappeared from her room vpra INDOORS" Ll .VEWnmQlnf 11UHIO-J often weakens even a strong constitution as saowB in nervous symptoms, Ian gnor and repeated colds. SCOTT'S EMULSION is helping thousands every day; its rare oil-food enriches the blooc, aids the lungs It isa strength-sustaining tonic free from alcohol, try it. i-fca it iivjji-yi ;ii:i3j'i"ag;T'Ji IggEv"" - !&9$Sl Fjj3f-- rripnj? xv yaua n vBi "& -. -rB i', s- BALD EL PJ5D PISSES ! I New City Directory Shows How Much the City Has Grown Since 1910. El Paso now has a population of 60,787, according to the Worley direc tory of EI Paso for 1915, which has just been issued. ThB preface of the book calls attention to the excellent work done in building up the city by tho chamber of commerce. Rotary club and Adclub. It states that the 1910 census gave the city a population of 39,279 and bases the present figures on the as sumption that the increase in popula tion has been in the same ratio as the Increase in the number of name3 in the directory. The number of Individual and firm names in the present directory Is 35,- 472. but only inaiviauai names nave teen used in making the estimate of I population. HUNT'S PROCLAMATION WILL MAKE LAWS EFFECTIVE Phoenix, ..Vriz., Dec. 14. Governor George W. P. Hunt is expected to issue his proclamation today paklng effec tive January 1. 191S, the' new prohibi tion law, the "SO percent" measure and other propositions carried at the No vember election. Attacks upon the "dry" law will be made immediately by four lines of or ganized business. Governor Hunt was requested recent ly by secretary of state Bryan to defer the proclamation of the 80 percent law pending the government's determination of Its possible conflict with treaties. The governor later found, however, that It was compulsory for him to In clude all measures carried at the elec tion in the one proclamation. V. S. BEGINS STUDYING ARIZONA ANTI ALIEN LAW. Washington, D. C, Dec 14. Copies of Arizona's anti alien employment law reached the state department today, where officials began a study of its provisions in the light of the protests lodged by the ambassadors of Great Britain and Italy. Governor Hunt's determination to put the law into effect by proclamation to day will not affect the department's investigation to determine if it violates treaty rights. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HAS A DINNER FOR DAIRY EXPERT J. Lynn Thomas, airy expert of the department of agriculture, who has beenjhere for a number of days con sulting with farmers of the valley rela tive to the feasibility of establishing a dairy, was tendered a dinner Monday at the Hotel Sheldon by the chamber of commerce. Following the dinner Mr. Thomas gave an informal talk, in the course of which he answered many questions regarding dairying possibilities of the valley. Those present at the dinner were: Robert Krakauer, James Marr, Felix Martinez, George LeBaron, Claiborne Adams. T. S. Settle, James A. Dick, Tom Newman, Burt Orndorff, George Evans, J W Prude, J. A. Smith and A W. Reeves. DOG TEAM DRAWS NEWS SELLER TO HOT SPRINGS IN A CHAIR C E Bates, who sold Heralds from a wheel chair in front of the post office last year, returned to El Paso Saturday. Bates, who left El Paso In October, made a trip of 2100 miles in his chair with five dogs pulling It He went to Kansas City and from there to Hot Springs, Ark, making a number of side trips on the way. He shipped the dogs and chair most of the way here from Hot Springs, but drove in from Fabens. Bates Intends to spend a short time In El Paso and then to drive the dogs to San Francisco. HURLEY WOMAN IS GIVEN A JUDGMENT FOR $8800 Albuqiierque, N. M., Dec. 14. Judg ment for $8890 was given Mrs. Mary Bell Whitehall against the Chlno Cop per company, of Hurley, In the district court here. Mrs. Whitehall sued for $20,000, al leging personal injuries resulting from an acident to her while crossing a street In Hurley. She fell into a ditch and broke her leg. The suit also named John M. Sully as a codefendent POLK BACK IN THE FIELD OF ADVERTISING E. I W. Polk, for the past year or so connected with the insurance de partment of Austin & Marr, has joined the soliciting forces of the McCllntock Advertising company. Mr. Polk is a charter member of the El Paso Adclub and has never missed a meeting of that body. He began his advertising work on the El Paso Herald, and, after a period at insurance work, returns to the advertising field agalp. For the folks back' home, Interna clonal cigars Advertisement DAILY RECORD Iluildlngr rermlts. To Pablo Baray, to make changes and repairs at 321 Seventh street; eetlmated cost J60 To Phoenix-El Taso Building Co.. to build brick residence, lot 1. block . Diaz and Fropect streets: estimated cot . Deedn Filed. North ide of Memphis street, between Byron and Runel streets Grand Mew Realty Co to Theodor Saur. lots 5 and 6. block 51. Grand View addition, considera tion (270, Dec 12, 1914. Tublic school lands of El Paso county J. W. Stitt. of Tarrant county, to L H. Stltt, of Tarrant county, sections 7, S, 9, 10. 12, 13 and 19. block 47H. public school lands, J1500 and other considerations; Dec. 1. 19H. Tublic school Wnds of El Paso county J U. Stltt. of Tarrant county, to J. w. Stltt sections 7, , 9. 10, 13, 13 and 19, Mock 47H, public school lands; $1500 and I other considerations, June SI. I9i I North side of Duraino street, between Houston and Crockett streets J R. FIsk to Delores L Campbell, lot S and west one half lot 6. block 6, Lincoln Park addition; consideration 2370: Feb 20, 1913. North side of Cumberland street between Houston and Crockett streets John -Campbell to F. C Burow. lots 1 and 2. block 36, Government Hill addition; con sideration 2475. Aug- 25. 1914. South side of Myrtle avenue, between Oc tavla and Noble streets E. IL Vogeley and wife, of Los Angeles county, California, to W II Duncan, lot 9 and west six feet and three inches lot 10. block 16. Franklin II el Eh ts addition, consideration JS500; Oct 9. 1914 North side of Bliss street, between Rayner and San Marclal streets Lucy H. Ramey to J. W Phillips, lot 6 and east one-half lot 5 block 101. East El Paso addition; conslderatlcl 23400 Dec 7. 1914. Automobiles Licenced. 293 M A. Graham 417 East Boulevard, five passenger Overland 2924 F C Littleton. 2310 WyomlnJ street, five passenger Ford Licensed to Wed. Harris E Hoover to Jesse R. Chavez. FLA:S FOR SOCIAL SURVEY TO III1 M VDE AT MEETING A meeting at the chamber of com merce to arrange plans for the making of the social survey will be held today at 4 oclock. Those interested In the project will meet with T S Settle, Held sccretarv of the Plavground and Ren eat 'on oisociation of America, who is her, to make the survcv i rjnimitf e to jet with Mr Settle w U e jpprml d .it the mi etlng TUJDOH Monday, J. E. MO SMALLPOX IT1 Was Well Known in Labor Circles; A Leader of the Anti-Walker Faction. J. E. ("Red") Ferguson, well known as a member of the local printers' un ion, died early Sunday morning at the city eruptive hospital of smallpox and was buried Sunday afternoon. Deceased was former secretary of the local typographical union and a dele gate to the Central Labor union at the time of his death. Ferguson had been prominent for several months as one of the leaders of the anti-Walker move ment In Central Labor union At one time he was elected president, but left his resignation with the union "to bo accepted at any time my services prove unsatisfactory." While he was at San , , ....lni, a atnte mpetlncr of mmiu n..u...e, .-.::---,-".."; union nters, th eW facUon mus- int,. VanruKon remained a aei- egate to the Central Labor union and was one of the number who suspended Walker withdrew the union s endorse ment from Walker's paper and took the charter of the Central Labor union to another hall, resulting in two Central Labor unions for some time. Ferguson was about 37 years old and was born in Omaha, Neb. When a small boy he went to Booneville. Ark, with his parents and lived there until he was a young man. He was a seat mate of county clerk Edward McClm tock In Booneville when they were boys at school . Mr Ferguson leaves a mother and father Mr. and Mrs. J B. Ferguson, liv ing In Booneville: a brother Robert Ferguson, who Is engaged in the bank ing business there, two other brothers. Joseph and James, living in Booneville, and two sisters, one of whom is Mrs. J. E. Ryan, of Booneville He married In New Mexico and his wife and a child survive him. FUNERAL IS HELD FOR MURDERED MATT The body of Thomas H Francis, who was killed by Yaqui indians near Naco zari. Sonora, last Wednesday, was brought to El Paso Monday morning by Frank Powers, his brothermlaw. The funeral was held at 2.30 Monday after noon at the church of St Clement Rev Henry Easter officiating. The pall bearers were J. P. O'Connor, L J. Ayers. Fred Wright Harry Swain, Joseph iin.mn and Dr. J. M Richmond. Francis, together with R. T. Dunn, of Pittsburg. Pa., and Miguel McCormick, of Nacozan, who were killed at the same time, were ambushed by a party of Yaqul indians, according to inform ation obtained at Douglas by Mr. Powers. The killing occurred about six miles north of Nacozari, where the Yaquis had built breast works on both sides of the road. McCormick was first shot and his body then frightfully mutilated. Mr. Powers says. A special train was sent south Satur day to bring back the bodies of Dunn and Francis. A truck was sent with the train as there is a burned bridge at kilometer 79. The body of McCormick will be buried at Nacoxari, while that of Dunn will be sent today from Doug las to Pittsburg. Francis was formerly a contractor in El Paso, leaving here about a year ago for Douglas McCormick. who was a Mexican, was foreman of the mine and Dunn was an associate of Francis Mrs. Francis ii in El Paso to attend the funeral The other relatives of Francis, who was a naturalized Amer ican, live In England Besides Jils widow Francis is survived by four boys and a girl. Three sisters of Mrs. Francis, Mrs. Frank Powers and Mrs, William Sachs, of El Paso, and Mrs. John Steely, of Los Angeles, are now In the city. NEW POWER PLANT BEING INSTALLED Alamogordo. N. M- Dec. 14. The Alamogordo Light Power company has a force of men repairing and re building Its light and power lines within the town limits Everything Is being put in readiness for tne operation of the new plant which will b commenced within a few weeks. The concrete foundations for the new engine and generator have been com pleted. NOMINATIONS ARE MADE FOR ADCLUB OFFICERS Adclub officers will be elected at the annual dinner to be held In Hotel Shel don dining room Wednesday evening. R. K. Sherman and Louts St J. Thomas have been nominated for the presidency of the club and one will be elected Wednesday night M. P. Carlock and M. J. Green have been selected by the nominating committees. E. C. Davis and E G McKIe have been nominated for secretary, and Paul Atkinson and J. F Colley were nominated for tres- urer- . . . Two tickets have been nominated for the directorate of the club One ticket is headed by J. A. Wright and includes W S. McJlath, w. is. ill-t, uamurire Adams, W. M Laughlin. Burt Orndorff and H. R. McCllntock. The other ticket is headed by C. R. Russell and includes A. L. McKnight -. tJ. Northman, W. '!. Walz, Harry Swain and George Evans. NEW MEXICO JIIUGES PLAN COURT PROCEDURE CHARGES Albuquerque. N M.Dec. 14 Supreme court and district judges of New Mex ico convened today in a three day con ference to consider important proposed legislation regarding judicial proced ure and to formulate suggestions to the legislature, which convenes In January. pczzpczz: lai itrri.CT r s nPHE Chris'mas presents that A bring the realest joy to me are the pres ence o my fre'ns an their pipes after dinner Chrismas day. L ft ?c5x. a$v ' i v II II December 14, 1914 7' JUDGMENT IS GIVEN MAJOR Wins Suit Against New York Life on Insurance Policy on Sister's Life. Albuquerque, N. M,' Dec 14 V, Mitchell Major, son Of Hal H. Major, ot Alamogordo, was given a judgment amounting to J 2500 In the United States district court by judge W, H. Pope, against the Kev Tork Life Insurance company. The suit was brought to col lect Insurance upon the death of H. Eudora Major, daughter of H. H. Major The father also sued for a part of tho insurance but his suit was dismissed The suit was brought first in Otero bounty In the district court and later transferred to the court here. The complaint of the father and son was that two lolnt Dolicies. each for J25D", were payable to the survivors In the event of death of either father, son or daughter. It was stated by attorneys in the case that the Judgment for J23u9 was a compromise. The trial and acquittal of H H. Ma jor at Alamogordo following the death, of his daughter played a prominent part in the suit Mr. Major charged that the Insurance company was principally instrumental in causing his indictment and trial. "PEG 0 MY HEART" COMING TO EL PASO THEATER "Peg o' My Heart" has been booked for the El Paso theater by manager McCllntock for January 22-23-24, and Mr. McCllntock is congratulating him self upon securing the attraction, one of the most delicious comedies ever put upon the stage. Laurette Taj lor. after first appearing In the attraction in Los Angeles, had a full ear's run In New York and then went to London with It where she is still playing. The play is owned by Oliver Moroso, of Los Angeles, and is ore of the few great successes that did not have its first production in New York. It tells the story of a poor little Irish-American girl who is sent home to her titled relative in England to be edu cated to fulfil the duties that will be fall her when she inherits her uncle a fortune She declines to be "made a lady," as she says, arid puts so much, American ginger into that staid Eng lish home that it is a. most delicious treat throughout "Every Woman," anoxher New York success, has also been booked for the El Paso theater at an early date. INNESES SEEK LIBERTY BY HABEAS CORPUS SUIT Austin. Texas, Dec. 14. The cases of Victor E. Innes and his wife, Ida May Innes, from Bexar county, reached tha court of criminal appeals today, when judge R. H. Ward, attorney for the In neses filed two applications for writs of habeas corpus to obtain their lib erty. The applicants allege they are being Illegally restrained of their lib erty by John W. Tob. sheriff of Bexar county, by virtue of an order by judge W. S. Anderson, of the I7th district court remanding them to J. N. Starnes, agent for the state of Georgia. After the Inneses had been acquitted of any complicity in the murder of the Nelms girls, governor Colquitt granted the application of the state of Georgia for a requisition for them, alleging that they were wanted in that state to answer to charges of larceny after trust , The applications for the writ of ha beas corpus were set for submission and hearing on December 23. GOLF ASSOCIATION MEETING IS POSTPONED AT TUCSON Because the beautiful new Country club at Tucson. Ariz, was not com pleted In time, the meeting to organize the Southwestern Golf association was not held Saturday and Sunday The meeting has been postponed until Saturday, Dec 19, anc may ne again postponed if the new building is not completed, as it was planned to nave the meeting on the same date as tha opening of the new club building A. N. Brown, E. E. Neff and Garnett Kins have been selected to represent El Paso at the meeting, although Mr. Brown may be out of the city and unable to attend. The association which is to be formed, at Tucson, and which the Tucson club has taken the initiative in organizing, will include the El Paso, Douglas. War ren and Tucson Country clubs. Phoenix may also join later. The first tourna ment, a match for five men teams. wl.I be played In Douglas early In January. THE COURTS -11ST DISTRICT COURT. P. R. Price, Presiding. J. IL Nations et al. vs. Luis Terraias, suit on contract; on trial. 34TH DISTRICT COURT, Dan M. Jackson, Presiding. Clementina Garcia de Gonzalez vs. Francisco F. Gonzalez, suit for divorce; Ltille Halechek vs Frank A. Hale chek, suit for divorce; filed. State of Texas vs. Augustln Aguilar, assault; on trial. SPECIAL DISTRICT COURT. Clanile B. Hudspeth, Presldlmr. D. W. Schoonmaker vs. Western Union Telegraph company, suit for damages for $2500. on trial. JUSTICE COURT. J. J. Murphy, rrei-ldl-is-. Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust company vs. Paul Delgado et al, suit on note for ?40; filed. B&&r A Christmas humidor filled with "good old" age-mellowed VELVET will add a lot of cheer to one of those old time Christmas gatherings of old friends and old pipes. VELVET, The Smoothest Smoking Tobacco, comes also in 10c tins and 5c metal-lined bags- 3DC :c 1!