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Dmsmnii iOBBED Passing Cleveland Square Saturday Night, Is As-. saulted; Boy Robbed. While passing Cleveland square Sat- urda night about 7 :3 Miss Mary Deuel, the 1 year old daughter or Mrs. Julia Deuel, was thought to have beee atruck on the head and robbed. sne was found later and taken to her home at 1110 Kast San Antonio street in an automobile. The itirl is thought to have been btruck on the head with a sand' has or i-ome other blunt weapon and was so hatlU stunned that she was unable to explain the circumstances surrounding her assault even Monday morning. She is une'er the care of a physician and .is in a nervous condition and has not been permitted to discuss tne at tack J J. Phillips, of the Jitne Auto com pany who passed in an automobile soon after the assault, took the girl to hv home In hip car. He said she was found by two residents at the Ramsey HrirtTTcnts and) that her purse was missing. She vas unconscious, lying on the Santa le street side of the square. Chief detective Jesse S tans el said Monday that the slrl was not robbed, but fainted. . nor Is Robbed. Guy Davis, who 'works at the X.lon grocery, was struck behind the ear Saturday night, by. two masked men and robbed, of ?I6. The robbery oc curred about 7 oclock Saturday- night as the boy was crossing the G. H. tracks on "his-way home. He was ren dered unconscious by the blow on Lis head and was" not able to follow the rebbers. An order book belonging to the grocery-was also stolen. Of the mone taken, 7 peiongea to me young man and the remainder to tne corn pan . Soldier Stabbed. Private Robert E. Martin, company E, 16th infantry, was found by the police officers Saturday night lying at the cor.ier of Ninth and Santa Fe streets suffering from a knife wound In the abdomen. He was removed to the emergency hospital and then to the army hospital at Fort Bliss. The soldier claims that he was attacked by two Mexicans dur ing which he was stabbed. Beaten by Mexicans. John Thomas, said to run a cafe at Columbus, N. M., reported to the police Saturday night that he had been beat en b two unknown Mexicans. Thomas had a gash on his head that r quired several stitches at the emer-t-encj hospital. FORMER CLERK OF SUPREME COURT DROWNS IN CISTERN Husweil. N. M, March 15- George 1. w .. llys. former clerk of the supreme i f u rt. was found dead In the cistern at his home at noon. It is supposed he had slipped and fallen in and being stunned by the fall. v. as unable to call for help. He ?l m as 65 3 ears old. -Went. Whafs-Uls-name.- or! Jacques I rutrelK, and all .he other lace books. the El Paso Book Co Mills Bldg. "It's handj." Advertisement. !i!'i: m 'T tifc wfr:'W tr ?&aasr ;- 3ft '01KK& ssa; That's -what ' i J uu u, ttuu. II. tli -. -l..K-'1 , , w ,. - ... vi- i nmer. i guaran teed to give fiiiii' i l.i MM 7"- i,!i'.'' It is sure in perfect leaven ing and Taisinjf qu.l ties, in wholcsomcness, in parity. Perfectly raised, melting ly tender bis cuit, cake, muf fins, griddle ml Mir cakes,are bound to result from its use. Ca 1 urn et goes farther than other bak ing powders and it's moder ate in cost. Insist on it at your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, CMcst. ffiinoft. Piril ExneaitlosL. Hili'CI France. Mirrh. 1912 CHiny". Ill IWiTTf I Tea den't on mrarr vaea rau Lsv eU a W. puna; pav& mi ( Be nwues. sty UlnKU Irs acre e-BasBjodxfre wsbmiobh aiiis hstrgglt. .sMstct U ur ssarner ts Bear sutk sad aaax. nil 'elintshipsso i GARLDADS OF HAY Lower Valley Ranchmen Put in Many Telephones; a Dance Given in Hotel. Clint Tex., March 12. Despite the bad weather of the past week, more than M carloads of alfalfa hay were loaded st vimt during tne past week and shipped to the eastern markets Choice hay is now selling for $13.5 and the second and third grades as low as $10 per ton. Federal avenue, which bad become almost impassable during the rainy weather, is feeing graded and pat in good condition again. H. B. Elliott has charge of the work. Many New Phone In Valley. Many nw telephones axe being in stalled in the lower valley, and manager Humble, of the Clint and v.leta pi. -changes, states that the estimate for the year 1915, has already been over reached, and that both in town and country the demand is heavier than usual for telephones. A large force of workmen is kept busy making new In .stalations and extending the lines out to many of the ranches which hereto fore have been without phone service. Dr. J. A. Rawlings and family, of El Paso, motored down the valley Sunday and were guests at the;R. P. Richard son at home. The Thursday Bridge club met last week at the home of Miss Margaret Richardson. Miss Mary McKinney entertained the Embroidery club at her home on Sat urday afternoon. Miss Edna Robertson, of El Paso, is a guest at the S. G. Shalrer home. J. E. White and famUy motored to the upper valley on a pleasure trip Sun day. Misses Vera and Gladys 1711118, teach ers of the Fabens and Island schools! were over Sunday visitors with home folk at Clint. Mrs. B. F. "Wills Is spending several days visiting friends and realttves at Fort-TTorth. Dance I Social Feature. -Miss Hallie Pullen entertained a su tler of her friends .at Hotel Clint on Friday night with a dance. Mrs. Ella I Pullen assisted In the receiving and each one was presented with a program at the door. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hallihan. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Klbby. Mr. and Mrs. CL D. Humble. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Schairer. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Belt. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Robertson. Mrs. Fred Mueller and Mrs. Compton: Misses Carolyn Parke, Mar garet Wills, Kdna.Carr, Gertrude Ruth erford. Josephine Silva, Edna Robert son. Mary McKinney, Gertrude, Mueller. Gertrude Robertson and Mildred Comp ton; Messrs. RamTel Jnngjohann. Harry Frymuth, IL Cunningham. George Fry muth, F. McLaughlin. Brice, Mabry and Anderson, ' A two course lunch was served. I R. M. Jackson has accepted the posi- tion of superintendent of the El Paso county hospital and left io take charge oi same, .airs, jacKson and --ntiaren will remain at Clint until after school closes this spring. Mrs. J. H-'Steen and daughter. Mist S? !fl J"6"!".? .l.C"nl fm "'"J 2JZ tT' ",'' L "" ' rt,h - , -nA Tl.rrv',n - in from the Powell ranches for a visit -with home folk. The Misses Dorothy Crane, Irene Crane and Isabelle Kelly are spending a few days at the Joe Sllva home, near Clint. Dr P. H. Brown, of El Paso, Is hav ing some leveling and fencing -lone on his property, southwest of Clint, and will soon commence the erection, of a nice residence thereon. Mrs. Alice Shlpraan. of Fort Davis. Tex., Is visiting at the horn; cf her parents. Capt. and Mrs. Pat Donlan. Gilbert "Worley. of El Paso, was an over Sunday visitor with friends at Clint- WIFE OF CAPT. H. J. STACY DIES SUNDAY, HUSBAND ILL Mrs. Clara J. Stacy, wife of Capt. Henry J. Stacy, died Sunday at her home, 2717 East Missouri street. She was 0 years of age and had been a resident of this city for almost 3b years. Besides her husband, two daugh ters, Mrs. William Taylor and Mrs. Charles Rader. and one son, Arthur, survive. All are residents of El Paso. She was a member of Alameda grove. Woodmen circle, and that organization conducted the services at the grave. Capt. Lacy is reported to be srl ously UL LOSES LEG IN ACCIDENT; IS DEAD FROM LOCKJAW Julius H. Herman, who was injured In a railway accident in which he lost a leg, died Sunday at his residence. Sll Dallas street, of lockjaw. He was 43 years of age and married, being sur vived by his wife and one son, Julius M. j 14 years ago from Buffalo. X. T and was employed with the H. Lesinsky company for many years. SISTBR OF EI. PASOAX DIES AT SI'OKAXB ntJMK jars. Aaoipn ixusaon, sister oi Lawara Sanders. Mrs. L. Hess and Mrs. Carrie Freunenstein. of F.I Psui Hied recntlv Freudenstein, of EI Paso, died recently at her home ln Spokane. Wash., rela tives here have been informed. Mrs. Gusdorf was a former resident of El Paso, but had lived in Spokane for several years. She is survived by three children, Milton, Alfred and Em ma Gusdorf. MEXICAN WOMAN' DIES v FROM GUNSHOT WOUND Juana Vargas, the Mexican woman found at her home, 1467 South Kansas street. Thursday night, with a bullet wound in her abdomen, died Sunday at the county hospital. Following the finding of the woman, Felipe Garcia was arrested. HEART TROI'IILK CAl'SES I1K.VTII OF I.ITTI,K GIRL Dolly Frances Bushong, 13 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. K Bushong. 668 North Ochoa street, died on Sunday evening after a lengthy illness. Death was due to heart trouble. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 4:36 oclock. BABY DIES OF DIPHTI1BRIA. Manuel Prieto. the five year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Prieto, of 431 West Boulevard, died Striday of diph theria. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO VOTE $1000 FOR EXPERT A meeting of the boaid of directors of the chamber of commerce -was held Monday, when a recommendation was ) made that the budget fund committee set aside 3106 to be used In securing a farm demonstrator for the valley. The county court voted 316M for the expert Saturday. MEAT PACKER!) OBJECT TO FREIGHT INCREASE Chicago. I1L. March IS. Allegation that the proposed increase in freight rates asked by the western roads would discriminate against the pack ing house industry and would penalize certain shipping centers, -was made by Luther M. Walter, counsel for the packers, at the rate hearing today le fore the interstate commerce commis sioner, W. M. Daniels. On fresh meats and packing house products the railroads are asking for n increase in rates amounting gen erally to J I-; cents per 100 pounds. issisiop : BAG KTO 6R0D0 South, in Mlawa Regions, Czar's Troops Check the German Advances. London. Enc. :arch IS. Meaner in formation from the operations in the ! "!?' leLn"J?JlSZr. mans have been successful in the for est of Augustowo, whence the Russians have fallen back under the guns of Grodno. Farther south, in the Mlaw.i legion, the German advance has been stayed, and the Russians are Initiating an advance to the northern bank of the Vistula In the direction of Plock. j In the Carpathians the Russians no parently are abandoning their defen sive attitude, for tbey are making des perate counter attacks on the Ausiri ans with the greatest success, accord ing to official announcements from Pe trograd. The region of the principal Russian offensive is near Lurko pass. Here the Russians claim neavy cap tures in trisoners and guns. On the other hand, Vienna reports the failure of Russian counter attacks and the taking of many Russian prisoners as a result of bitter night fighting in the Carpathians. Sunday night's Paris official an nouncement said the British success at Neuve Chapelle was more substantial than had been reported, that the French were making themselves se cure in new trenches in the Champagne country and that the aerial bombard ment of Westende had been effective. British Regain Ground, The communication from the French war office at Paris this afternoon says: "The Belgian army continues to progress In the bend of the Tser anJ south of Dixmude. The British troops were very violently .attacked Sunday evening at St. Eloi. south of Tpres. and ' were at iirst pusned back sligbtlr, but they counter attacked and regained part of the ground losR. The fighting uuumiucB. xn me region or rueve Chapelle. there Is no change." Cfrnum Claim Progress. The German "war office communica tion from Berlin today says: xne aitacK on tne Height south of Tpres occupied by British troops is making good progress. "The number of Russian prisoners from engagements to the north of Au gustowo forest have been increased to 5108. Strong Russian attacks to the north and to the northeast of Przasnysz resulted in failure and the enemVs losses were heavy. South of the Vis tula there has been no change." GREAT BRITAIN BARS TRADE WITH GERMANY (Continued From r&te One). other than a German port and carrying goods with ai enemy destination, or which are enemy property, mar be re- I quired to discbarge such goods in a nmisn or allied port. Any goods so discharged in a British port shall be placed in the custody of the marshal of the prise court and. unless they are contraband of war shall If mt requi sitioned for the use of his majesty, be restored by an order of the court upon such terms as the court may In the circumstances deem to be justified to the person entitled thereto, and pro vided, that this article shall not apply in any ease falling within articles two or four of this order. Goods of German Origin. "Fourth, every merchant vessel which sailed from a port other than a German port after March 1. ISIS, and having on board goods which are of enemy origin, or are enemy property, mav be required to discharge such goods in a British or allied port Goods so dis charged In a British port shall be placed in the custody of the marshal of the prize court, and If not requisitioned for the use of his majesty, shall be detained or sold under the direction of the prize court. Proceedings of Claimants, "Fifth, any person claiming to be In terested in or to have any claim in re spect of any goods not being contra band of war. placed in the custody of the marshal of the prize ecurt tinder this order, or in the proceeds of such Roods, may forthwith isKue a writ in the prize court against the proper of ficer of the crown and apply for an order that the goods should be restored to him. or that their proceeds should be paid him, or for such lher order as the circumstances of the case may re quire. Penalty for Dereptlon. "Sixth, a merchant vessel which has cleared for a neutral port from a Brit ish or allied port- or which has been allowed to pass as having an ostensible destination to a neutral port and pro ceeds to an enemy port shall, if cap tured on any subsequent voyage, be li able to condemnation. "Eighth, nothing in this order shall prevent the relaxation of the provisions of this order In respect of the mer chant vessels of any country which de clares that no commerce intended for or originating in Germany or belonging to German subjects shall enjoy the pro tection of its flag." AUSTRIAN BEGRUDGES ANY LAND GRANTS TO ITALY UurVent in Ron,; 1 at Francis JoXh ! r5?? ,n. J?0n,.e. tD" tT."?18 J?Ph. Rome, Italy. March 15. The report : emperor of Austria, absolutely rejected the idea of any territorial concessions to Italy, has been given authoritative denial. Premier Salandra spoke briefly ln the chamber' of deputies Sunday on this subject. His remarks were interpreted as meaning that the efforts to induce Austria to make concessions to Italy are proceeding under the guidance of ' prince von Buelow, the German ambas- ' sador to Italy. i AtBxanoer. crown prince of Serbia. ! has arrived in Rome, where he will be a guest of king Victor Emmanuel. He is endeavoring to recover from the ef fects of his wound. It is the opinion of his doctors that the crown prince will not be able to resume his miliary duties for several months. 4I!.TTtIJl Tf. V nuppvci. OF ITALIAN FRONTIER i Rome, Italy, March IS. According-to a dispatch from Vienna, Austria, to the Messaggero, emperor Francis Joseph today had an extended conversation with Gen. Ritter von Krobatin. the Austro-Hungarlan minister of -afar, on the subject of the defence of the dual monarchy on the Italian frontier. STREET CAR HITS HORSE) MANHITTAN CAR nEninun A Sunset Heights street car collided With a hnA wkl.L . ... . f ...... B Hw, 0 thi.u was micneu to a Paris bakery wagon Sunday morning at 11 oclock in frojjt of the X. M. C. A. building. A Manhattan Heights car was de railed on Piedras street Sunday after noon at S:1S. The derailment tied at two Fort Bliss cars. JUDGE POSTPONES VERDICT ON THAWS ill'PUC.VTIOX New York, March 16. Justice Page announced today that he would reserve decision until Tnesdsv on the .i,u. tion of Harry K. Thaw that he should- remrnea to -New Hampshire. Mean time he remanded Thaw to the Tombs ln the custody of the sheriff. KIT CARSON'S CO.MRADE DIBS. South Windsor. Conn.. March 15. L. D. Chandler, probably the only surviv ing comrade of Kit Carson, the noted scout and Indian fighter, died at his home here Saturdav. Chandler was with Carson in Colora-lo in 1S57. and ifi-.e xt ....... ... .l ..-, .. . 1. .,. j..- i.,i-, in Lii iVii -war unaer Sherman In the fourth Iowa infantry. The rVar At a Glance THE British government's plan in cooperation with Its allies. of cutting off trade to and fi om Germany was announced to day in London. It contains dras tic provisions, not only for hold ing up ships to and from German ports, but for confiscation of goods of German origin or destination which are shiipped from neutral ports. Under this decree the civilian population of Germany, as well as the army, will be cut off from any form of overseas traffic so far as it lies within the power of the al lies to bring this about. Austria Would Give Battlr Authoritative denial was given in I tome today of a report that the emperor of Austria has re fused to consider making territor ial concessions to Italy. It was said that the concessions Austria was wlllling to make were so small by comparison with Italy's desires that "an understanding seemed hopeless." Ileary Fighting In West Today's official war reports show that fighting of increasing vio lence Is in progress in the west. The Germans Sunday made attacks against the British near the Franco-Belgian border and against the French In the Argonne. Accord ing to the French version all these assaults were repulsed, although it was admitted that the Germans temporarily gained ground from the British. The German report says the Germans made good prog ress south of tpres. ilnnnlans Again IErpolsed The Berlin statement indicates that the Russians t are making strong efforts to repulse the new German advance on Przasnysz. Russian attacks in this vicinity are said to have been defeated. In the Augustowo district the number of Russian prisoners is said to have been increased to 54M. Would Relieve Przrmxsl A new phase of the campaign in the east has developed, in an at tempt by Austro-German forces In Galicia to relieve PrxemysL For this purpose th; center has been shifted westward, following the re cent ineffective movement in east ern Galicia, and troops have been concentrated to lift the siege of the Galiclan fortress whose resist ance month after month against the investing Russian army has been one of the striking episodes of the campaign. Greece Offers OOOO Men The Paris newspapers published a report that the premier of Greece offered S00 men to the entente for the Dardanelles expedition. The premier is now quoted as urg ing the abandonment of neutral action by Greece. Bulgaria Is re ported as considering the question of entering the war. though un decided as to whether she would help Turkey or be her opponent. Tonne Turks In Tronblr The Young Turks, under whose leadership Turkey went into the war. are said to find their present position in Constantinople difficult and one report from Greek sources say they may flee from the capital. Three Ships Lost The British admiralty announces that the steamers - lorazan. Head lands and Hartdale. previously re ported torpedoed by German sub marines, have all gote to the bot tom. WAR MIXES TRAGEDY AND GRIM COMEDY Germany has mobilised the elephants in Hagenbeck'a menageries and has sent them to Valenciennes for work in heavy hauling. Dr. Koenlgh, the Aus trian explorer. Is issuing for war ser vice 57 dogs which were presented by the Greenland authorities to the Filch ener Antarctic expedition. af?i!!7tL-."iMcht5.-d,UUO-: '" ton. Tchika Toma. meaning uncle Tom. In many other ways they express their gratitude for his bringing medical aid and nurses to them. From April l the hands of every clock in Germany will be advanced one hour. It Is estimated that one hour of earlier rising during the six months will amount to a saving in consumption of petroleum equivalent to a value of ss.vos.vea. (Related to Miss Rooinson. of Erd Ington. Warwickshire, by a friend on board H. M. S. Arethusa.) It was toward the close of the now famous naval fight in the Heligoland Bight. A British boat was trying to save as many of the survivors of a sunken German cruiser as possible. Just when it was as full as safety permitted they came to a piece of wreckage, on which were hanging two men. One of inese men was badly wounded and I wuiik on wnn auiicuity. "We might manage to squeese In one of these Mtor e-hn Mu VA , British boatswain, -but we dare not rk both. t.rtdently the Germans understood, for some words spoken in their native language passed between them. Then mey emoracea. and the wounded one. letting go. sank beneath the water out or right. The other man was saved. lter another prisoner interpreted the words al the lost sailor "Goodbye!- the brave man said. -I am nearly dead now. and useless, while you are well and strong Let them take you. and I'll dier When he becan,. -... ,-. jvuenener was wam BaiMuuj i. Whitehall by one of England's best known ministers. "We shall be very grateful.- said the minister, -for any advice you can give us." "Advice" returned K. of K. Tm only used to giving orders. ConOTPanlinn Rttlllr v-L,''s''-S"On DUllaS Parsonage for Preacher Doming. Jf. M March IS. Uke N'oah built the ark. the congregation of the Christian church built the parsonage for the church. More than 36 mem bers of the Christian church congre gation have been working a week on tne new parsonage and it will soon be iVr. q vK l.x?I7.- TL v..,, tun isaaBor. was March li. ?JS Si tn.m.8t, enthusiastic workers I Encfla Soto. March is. lie Yaracoza ITi. J" i ed,w,th hammer and saw .alloy. aEed su months: burled Concordia eery day during the building opera- cemeiery : March 13. !Sf" - I Prsak Baer. March It. county hospital. The house will have six rooms, a tci "4 years: burled Concordia cemetery bath and sleeping. porch. The services I March 13. jrere donated by the members of the ' Jbn Fay. March 11. Hotel Mee, aged ( congregation. 'years, burial ttarnett, Kas. FOOD TKBN TO I'tLESTIVF I TnUNKI'UI. IIP Bl- COTTON Philadelphia. Pa.. March IS. Loaded I IS ox ,TS WAY TO COAST with food and clothing contributed to- I Chicago, IlL. March IS The gun cot ward the relief of the nejdy of the Holy ln filled trunk which government of I.and as well as supplies for the United I 'te'al declare was shipped to San States cruisers North Ca-olina and Ten- I Francisco from St. Louis by Dr. icr nessee. now In the Mediterranean, the ! man Bodenheim last week. Is due to united states collier Vulcan sailed from ! this- port Sunduv for laffs Tl:.i The rc-lKi" enrgo represents an expendi ture of J1S6.00 by the American Jewish relief committee and its principal con stituent is flour. The ordinary cost of a Wont Ad n The Kl Paso Hera id Is 25 cents. It leachrs an average of about 35.000 readers each Isdue, riSFH-IMNIII -UilHll lEIBIaUni. MSJPPHI Arizonans May Invoke the Referendum Against the New Tax Measure. Phoenix. Ariz, March 15. Threats to invoke the referendum against the law providing for the semi-annual payment of taxes are being heard in Phoenix. One of the leaders in the movement is Prof. J. I. Loper. superintendent of the city schools. MUtake In Wording. If has been discovered that the legis lature made a mistake in the wording of the measure. Thei first instalment was made payable in December and the second instalment in June. County treasurer George A Xacaonald says that this should be reversed In order to prevent a serious disarrangement of the state's financial system. One ef fect, it Is claimed, will be to leave the schools without any runds at the be - ginning of the school year. Will He Hipennlve. Trasurer Macdonald also says thai the periods of delinquency allowed by the new law are too long. If the law goes into effect this year, he says. It will be' expensive to all counties, for most of the treasurers have had printed blank books conforming to the old law. Maricopa county's blanks cost about 164 DEATHS AND ONLY 90 BIRTHS DURING FEBRUARY A total of 1C4 deaths occurred dur ing February, according to the month ly report of the city health department. Tuberculosis claimed the greatest toll, with 41 deaths, while but one deatn from smallpox occurred. Births numbered 30, of which 32 were Americans. CC were .Mexicans and one was Chinese. At the end of the month there were 74 cases of contagious diseases in the eity. Of these 14 were diphtheria. 3t were measles, nine were smallpox, nine scarlet fever, seven chicken pox. three typhoid fever and two whooping cough, MOTORCYCLE HITS AUTO ON filAGOFFIN; RIDER HURT Turning out to avoid striking a buggy driven by Modesto Leal in the Svi block on Magoffin avenue Monday morning. Henry Bandle was thrown from his motorcycle when it collided with a Ford automobile owned by C. T. Sharp. A hole was made in the radiator of the car and the motorcycle was completely demolished. Bandle. who works for the Fant Cof fee company, was taken to Hotel Bicu. Leal was arrested and charged with reckless driving. DAILY RECORD KuHdtait TrrmlU. Te A. B. Andersen, to barild a porch and mske repairs at 711 Kast Kle Grande street; estimated eo3t Ke. To Perrj -Kirkpatrick Co.. to baud a carace at Sli Upson arcane; estimated cost S. Te P. E. Bosardna. to rebuild perch -at IS Myrtle avenue: estimated east IIS. Te P. E. Borgardm. " hnlld an addition and nuke repairs at Kle Grande and North Campbell street: estimated coat tie. To H. I. RubwelL te balM a pertltloe and make repairs at 41-1 Texas street; estimates cost ss. to i. N. vaaqnez. t build briev km.- jalow en lets -s and . block i: East Kl Pajo addition; estimated cost ft. knkrS Z ,!3- " 2SJ JT!t btoei. 17 i.in. S- m.... ir mated cost S12M To Georse w. Sharp, te 1ml Id three brick banraloss en ku t to II uelasree. block S3. East El Paso addition; estimated east 47S. , To R. E. Tobin. to erect u electric sum at the Orleans bar. 314 Saa Antonio street; To Archie Bell, to nolld a frame xarar at MS East Ariona street: rttauted cost Deed FHrd. North ef Port Boulevard, between Mar tines and Myles streets Bftle Osbera Elder and I. F Elder to Robert L. HoUlday. Mmth M 3-3 feet of lot 1 and the south l 2-3 feet of the east 13 feet of lot 1. Meek 14. North aide of Port Hmi1vam lwn Martinez and Myles streets Bffle Osbora Elder and L. E. EUtr to Robert L. Holll day. sooth S !- feet ef tot j and the aenth IC 2-3 feet of th vest 1 feet ef lot 1. block 14. OVand View addltten; considera tion li: March 1. 1313. North side of Oklahoma avenue, between Merchant and Tharlow streets Rafael Sll- las to Manuel R. Sllva. lot. 31 and S3. Mock J -. 0ve?ii aooiun: coanoerauoa sis: March 1-, Hi;. Seath side ef Morencl street, between Alta and Cactus streets Ed B. Jene. ( Ceorge H. Smith and Z. & Johnson t j Emma rote Buttermore. lots 31 and 33. otvch. im. un ma raeo aaaioon; eeeeMeia- i Uoa 31; Feb. 34. lli. I .-.orth aide of Mbsonri street, between Aestln and Lee streetr Fred Shaefer and wife to Joha Pryor. lot 1) and the west one-half ef tot . block 43. Franklin addl tlon: consideration 1173: March Xi. nil. West side of Park Mreet. between Sixth and Seventh streew Felix Martinez to E. P. Lemer. lot 9. block 41. Macorfln addltlea: coaaldeiatton Ji: March 1. lli North aide of La Lu street k Bowie and Jefferson streets Roy H. Sprias- j ci w v. n. xenon, wn aaa 4. Dlork SB. Ooei ument Hill addition: ceasideratlon 331.; March 1. 1313. AatomobHe IJcenaed. SIC R R. Blankenahlp, 313 Mills street. Rambler tenrins- car. 337 Bdcar Panl. 3(13 Nations street. In dian motorcycle. 3371 Cnrtis-Maanlnc Co.. First National bank, two aumnr Simplex. 3373 G. K. Cairns. 41 Texas street: two passenger Ford. 3373 W. A. Worley. Ill Saa Antonio street: five passenrer Hadsoa. ! 3374 Pedro nonzahtz. lit South Kansas ". iMnrj'uaTiqND- car. Licenced to Wed. Craz Zabia to Ialtiora Palarles. IjbIb Nl.ra te Mary BtoosaberE. J. W. Peacock to Fannie Mitchell. James Btrchan to Asaada Lagos. Clyde A. H other te Flereaee Miller. Ilitth Male. To Mrs. N. M. Romero. Laeela Park. March 1. To Mrs. Estevan Qaesada. 333 Mlesncaa avenue: March 1. Te Mrs. Mate Aides, 711 Kansas street; Marcn It. To Mrs. Antoalo SolxasaK 334 Rivera street: March IL To Mrs. Jack Rosa. WyoaaJng and Stan ton streets: Feb. IC Birth Female. To Mr. Elbert Colbert. Ii4 Saa Aatenle etrcct: March t (twins). To Mr. Fraaclsca Sllva. S3 Fifth street: March 5. To Mrs. Carslala Aenilar. 11 Broadway: March IL To Mrs. Manuel Torres, 1314 Texas street; March 7. T Mrs. Gonzales. Mt Seath El Paso street: March X. Heath. Franctrro Ibrne. March 13. Dnrazne street. ed : bnrted In arrive In San I-'rancisco today. The police of the California cit have been warned by federal officials here of it shipment. Since the arrest of Dr. Bodenheim. a New Tork chemist who was taken in ustody in St. Lou! on a charge of having transported explosives in lo lation of the federal law, the govern mi nt nutiioritiei, hue sought to inter-i-tot ilit. tiunU. SHANIiiaN SLATED !FARISH defies ASPDL1GE JUDGE Ballard Coldwell Takes Of - fice as Judge of New 65th District Court. Ballard Coldwell, for nearly two years recorder of the corporation court. was sworn in as judge of the newly created fSth district court Monday mornlna bv Randnlnh Tt?rrv. Judsre i I ( oldwell was recently appointed judg of this court by governs J. K Fergu- Judge Co.dwe.rs resignation as re- corder of the corporation court took effect Saturday afternoon. Mayor -- K. Kelly ...ted Monday morning that he was not prepared to make announce- ment of whom he w re.ommend to the council as Coldwell s successor. However, it is understood that he will .!.'- appol.it G. C. Shannon, a. "ring" at- tprney with offices in the First Na- ., TT w """"' "'. -""- ; a writ of certiorari If the commiss, .x well. It has been the custom in the ; twted , dlsc.ire him. past to appoint the nun who has been The"p,an of the commissioners tvi elected to a place to fill out the re- mrnlS it )g claimed, was to per.Ja..! mainder of the term of his predecessor, S ""' J ,' rc.iKn and then issue a pu! -If he resigned. But Paul Thomas, who .Tfhaf tne charge, !n.. ".'"TS"-?" crd;elct- ,was , Leen sustained, but for sake of ha.r not considered by mayor Xelly. It e0nnv ,he manager had decidd : , ..... I nuit. Farish claims this virtual: The law creating the court provides n tnrown all the stigm -that the court shall open one week fryi i "h, tne partial failure of tr ibe date of the swearlnB in of th- sslo!n" government is due to , -judge, and the .th district court will 7nce f u,e yor and comroi open on March 12. Monday the work I J?" a was begun retransferring unset cases """- that had been docketed for the special district court and which had to be transferred to the 41st district court because that court went oul, of exist ence on Dec 27, 1914. The CSth district court, designed especially to relieve the overcrowded condition of the dockets) of the other district courts, has exactly the same jurisdiction and limitations as the 41st district court. The law provides- that grand juries shall not be empaneled ex cept when the judge orders It. Such grand juries would report to the 34th district court, which exercises the criminal jurisdiction in El Paso. Either court can try criminal cases if the 34th district court is unable to keep up with its docket and should transfer such cases. MORE RECLAMATION OFFICERS IN EL PASO The southern division of the reclama tion service, in charge of E. H. Bald win, is to be moved to El Paso from Phoenix. Ariz., about April 1. J. A. SMITH HEADS COMMITTEE TO RETAIN R0SWELL AUTO LINE Ex-postmaster J. A. Smith will head a committee appointed by Burt Orn- dorff. president of the chamber of com- merce, which will interview David Mc- Knight, of the railway mail service. relative to the continued maintenance of the Roswell-Carrlzozo anto mail route. The other members of the com- mittee are George LeBaron. C. B. Ste- ! vena, J. W. Stockard and James A. Dick. GV.MlKItRAMA XPRD8R CASK l'OSTPO.VBD TO MAY TKIUI The case of Jesna, Juan and David ! Guaderrama. charged with the murder of state ranger Scott Ruaaell and den- uty sheriff W. H. Garllrk. was called 1 ! - 34th district court Monday morn- f "" ine nay lera I aensior nnupeu la nwy in I Auat,n- Oklahoma Spoon Now Ready For You -Jf o Interest in The Herald's spoon distribution is a firmly established fact among The Herald readers. The owners of the Texas and California spoons are highly pleased with their bargains. 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A Farish this morning r. -fused to attend a private conf-rc n e trith th cit -o:- million and def'- i that body to lfj Ti. r.- him. The circulation of petitions for t. ,, . . j.. .-..- IT Yj. ..'. i. I JSSnJ-loner, Jo. '-ph . ,pe and ,,. ' V:"Lr:T ' ,"''"", ' , ri No ..,.- ir,T,anifat'",t" to riaIl Frank ', - VhoThe" cession. " -? Dn ' thlr rrna .,,., explre ln , - ,har. of lnco.ni - . f , , BBRtllt partsh. andn- ' ..!: '.....,., .,,,. ,,, r. . . U. Y , J illegal They announced t. 'r'f;uld apply to the superior court "JURY'S RIGHT,", SAYS MAN CONVICTED FOR KILLING Boulder. Colo, March 15. Dr. ? Beers today was convicted of murle- i the second degree for killing Will Hi -kins at Hygiene December 23. The ju . ? recommended a lenient sentence. Mr Beers was the principal witness ror r-e defence, testifying that she had main tained improper rotations with Hop kins. THE COURTS I T 34TH DISTRICT COURT. Ban M. Jaekson. Fresidinr. The fouowtas: ease- setttags for the spec -.: April term are anaonaead: l,Mt K. T. McCsBam vs. 3. P. Co April It. . 1.42 Ethel Littell vs. S. P. & So. . R. K. Co..' April 1. M; KellocE v. C H. A; S. A. Ry C . April 1 l.tca W. F. Bell vs. T. 4 P. By Co April :- Garsa it. c. . H. ft S A.. April it. C. E. Scott i A.. T. SL T. By Co . April I. COUNTY COCB.T. Adrian Tool. Presiding. State of Trias vs. Manuel Loera, carrjmg a oljtol; filed. State of Texas vs. Crax Martinez, carrc- JTL. i-j.ii ,d costs. Ing a pistol: pleaded snllty and Qaed I stale ot Teaa . Aucastlva Coimenero receiving and conceallns stolen proper- ; dismissed. State of Texas vr. DioneeJo Celmenero and ! Alfredo Holgnln. theft; dismissed. JCSTICB COCRTS. J. J. Marshy. Prrsldtar. J State of Texas . R. Brisk, speeding. j pleaded guilty nd fined and cost:. j State of Texas ts. B. Martinez, speeding. i filed. i State of Texas va Prate Galaiez, mur- j : filed. - v , f ., iL JT'STuf;,..., , t I Gl, GZ? 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