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IMPING FO ELHEOHTILT !HI GER ENGINEER TO GIL SAYS SCHOOLS AEE ALAMOGORDOTIE PINT CLOSES M-nni imTTT mTTOTrt "nAmmi uiiiiu ruio Chicago. Ill . pr. 19 Mrs. Klla Plagg Vniincr t h a nniv nircnn n&....e- NITMI T a TIL! EL till REAL . vuaf, ..u w..-.. 1-t- -w. ,!.. BI EBCill, 1 "hicapo norma! schools for half a cen- j turv, m he r address of welcome at the t ' Oil llliFI reunion of the Chuago normal school, said I ws g'-atiu.tLd f' 1 a. normal MIS CUE OF 11 KILLIIII Director General of Moose heart Tells Local Moose Men SI Paso Favored. 1.1 Paso stands a good chance to get the sreat Moose tubercular sanitarium w hich is to be built this Tear, accord ing to ex congressman John J. Lenta, of Ohio, director general of Moose- iijf vlea Inatitntinti is hara affair Ann desutute members of the order are i .-(red for. .Mr Lent! armed here Sunday from! the east en route to the California ex- positions and was the guest of the local uage uircu iv.v wnen ne Jen ior me coast. Sunday evening he addressed a large audience in the chamber of com mence building, outlining the progress of the project to establish a big tuber cular sanitarium in the southwest for members of the order. 1 Paso Strongly Considered. He said: "I am sure that L Paso, whose fame as a health resort is known ?I1 over the country, will receive much consideration at the hands 'Sf the com mittee which w ill decide upon the loca tion of the sanitarium. This committee, which is headed by Charles A. McGehee. ui san Diego, win meet men the supreme convention of the Loyal Order of Moose to be held in San Diego, July i: to 2J. The question will be settled then and I should not be at all surprised to hear that 1 Paso has been selected. s I am not a. member, however, and mi duties with the order are almost solely in connection with the manage ment of Mooseheart. It is not within my province to make any promises one nav or the othei. "About 17 cities located in Arlzcna. New Mexico. California and Colorado have filed applications for considera tion as a site for the order. The com mittee, I feel sure, will make an im partial decision and the sanitarium will be located in the city whose claims and inducements, upon the whole, are considered. The committee will act upon the advice of medical experts who are acting as an advisory board. "El Paso has made good strides In growth since I was here last year. You have a splendid city out here on the border and it is with regret that I leave it. Moose Is Growing. "The Order of Moose Is In a flourish in? condition. We now have more than jfioo subordinate lodges in the United c.o.&0 ......., -... A. t . i sions. We have a membership of ? " STtwr """? ? half a million and expect soon to have! 1" nt"ci to one month in the a million. The tubercular sanitarium i uat7 - will be built with money secured by ' Josf Clayton, f bor agent was as levying 31 from everv member" I fed a fine of S10M and costs in a . - " . . I Dlllt An Ae4Wl lk thA ' IS IS 111 i a1m in the congressman's party is Mrs. Xntz. C C Hollenbeck. national editor f the American Insurance Union, and George Holgan. national secretary of the sanv organization, which is located in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Lent! is presi dent of the association and will preside at the fraternal day celebration to be held April 22 at the Panama-Pacific exposition. MEXICAN DROWNS IN HEAVY RAIN AT PORTALES; GRASS FINE Forties. X. It. April 13. An unknown Mexican vas found dead. bMide the railroad tfak here. The heavy rain had run water ever him. An inqoeefc deckled that be died me the result ef inteaScatkm and drewnine. He was seen to drink a pint of whisky dnr ing the early nut of the night 4Bd It la thought that he had atarted to wtfc down the track and fell beefde It, ranafainc thre until the water rushed over him. Hea v raina of the past few days have Tnue 'his section of the state look esped- , ali bright. Grass is crowing rajpedly and ' thero will soon be good grastng. Many utile men have ceased feeding. ow)c to ean grass. Farmers are preparing for an itnprece dented crop planting this apii&g. The good e' on now in the ground Is very encoar a sing: and farmers are making the most of it . HENLEY MURDER. TRIAL TO BE HELD AT DEMING SOON Santm Fe. N JK, April 1. la the district court for Tnaa coanty. which epeeed en Monday with Judge Coon KebleM BTesMtne. TV T. Hessley will be tried en the eharg Ed Pride will be tried ea a ebrgr of lar ceny of cattle. He was tried at the last term, but the Jury disagreed. The suit of Mrs. Charles "Heath, a jnilttaer. for 12000 in insaranee. Is also docketed. She -was acquitted of a charge of arson at the last term SEMIKG MAX PROMOTED. Santa Fe. N. M.. April It First sergeant H. E. Bechtet of company L aatioaal guard of New Mexico, statieeed at DooUc has been promoted to awjeant soajer of the third battalion of the first reghneBt. they cloth-lined weather atrip keeps out the dust. Rathbun-Mix Co. Adv. Five Babies Are Born Every Minute How many live I Only four! The other little one is lost lost to his mother after nine months of weary waiting, because he does not get the right food. His mother, with all her love, does not know perhaps that so many babies cannot digest cow's milk easily does not know bow many lands of sickness, diarrhoea, even consumption, scarlet fever and the foot Snd mouth disease of last year, are carried in mBk from unclean dairies and sick cows. Babies cannot fight all this sickness Your own breast miHr is what your baby should have, and when it is not enough give him something so neatly like it, that he won't know the difference. Give nim Mesile'sFool In Nestle's the curd of the milk is soft and fleecy as in mother's milk. Made of the milk from dean, healthy is W 8 CO M PA Jf?&ii lfefiaBlafssfli(M EXTRA SPECIAL Griffin & Skelly Asparagus, per can ..! .25c Hegular Price &c 3 Cans Sauerkraut 25c 3 Cans String Beans. . 25c 3 Cans Peas 25c 3 Cans Corn 25c 1RAT-; WITH US ASD SAVE MONEY MAIL ORDERS PROMPT ATTENTION Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 20fi East Overland St. Clare Rogers Case Is Called in Federal ' Court; Bain Jury Is Discharged. Clare L. Rogers, former choir singer in El Paso churches, is on trial in the federal court under an indictment . charging him with having abstracted , aft, fr9m the UnHd States malL I Monday morning's session of the court J was taken up in the selection of a Jurr. a ci-i ...i.. ? it .. , . j . ..... .,7 moned to complete, the panel of Jurr- men. At noon the Questioning of pros pective jurors was completed and judge Henry D. Clayton ordered a brief re cess while the opposing attorneys re tired to discuss the selection of a jury. Rogers is represented by attor neys Victor Moore and W. B. "Ware. The prosecution is being conducted by judge J. L. Camp and Robert T. XeilL Rocers Worked at Poatofflce. Rogers had been emnhwed in th Rl Paso postoffice for some time prior to his arrest last fall, following the al leged disappearance of JI5,e8 in cur rency, wmen nad Deen mailed by the First National of KI Paso to a bankin; institution in New Tork City. At his examining trial his bond was fixed at JliO.OOB. Mar Chung and "Woo Sing, who were fined 0 Saturday by judge Clayton on a charge of opium smoking, announced to the court today that they were una ble to furnish the money and were sent to the county jail for a two months' residence. Tlain Jury Disagree. The jury in the trial of William P. Bain, charged, with violating the Mann white slave" .act. disagreed Saturday night and. was discharged by judge Clayton. The jury was out.fbr 12 hours and failed to agree. The case will be tried at the October term of court. Bain was alleged to nave brought a woman giving the name of Josephine Barker from New Mexico to El Paso for alleged Immoral purposes. Charles C D&wedoff and wife, who are under indictment on a charge of having smuggled watches into the country, were admitted to bond Satur day. The amount of ball was J1W0 In each case. ' s Mabel H. Kennedy, indieted for smug- n : .. i .. . .... . ... . Kuni? opium mco roe uniiea Biaies. ? Z?Z:.ZX-ZZZZZZVll ... .iu ...w. imii vnvMtivA tun in eral contract labor law. It was al leged that Clayton Imported' foreign laborers contrary to the law. Jury Selected. The jury In the Rogers case was sworn In Monday afternoon and intro duction of testimony fcegan after a re teas for dinner. The following men compose the jury: Jacob Baldwin. Clyde F. Holmes. Guy Garren, A. C Stewart, L. J. Edwards. T. H. Rogers, B. P. An derson. T. C Lyons, T. "W. Ardoln, ara Blumenthal, -B. M. Donaldson, S. B. SUles. CITY SUES JOE DUNNE FOR $138.50 IN COLLECTIONS Stiit was filed by the efty f El Fase actunet Joe Dusne Monihty for $13&S0 alleged to be due the city from Mr. Dunne while be was acting as city sani tary officer. The money is alleged, to hare been received for collections of garbage and no record made of it. S. S. NICHOLS TO BUILD $6090 HOME IN SUNSET HEIGHTS S. S. Nichols, superintendent of the El Paso Gas company, anounces bis intention of putting up a J 790 resi dence on lots 8 to 11, block 30, Sunset Heights, located at West Boulevard and Hawthorne street, which he pur chased last week from H. R. Mcclin tock for a com'deratloa said to be $6000. BELLBOY IS RELEASED ON BOND; CIIAHOKD WITH TAKING RINGS Tom Robatham, held in the county Jail for some time charged with burglary of a room in the McCoy, was released from custody Friday afternoon 1 by Judge Dan M. Jackson in the 21th district court when he made a reduced bond of JI50. Robatham, who was a bellbov at the hotel, was charged with having stolen over 51000 worth of diamond rings from the room of a Mrs. John Runquest cows in Sanitary, inspected dairies. All the harmful parts are modified and your baby's special needs are added. Nes tle's comes to you a clean, safe powder, packed in an air-tight can. Yon add only water. Send the coupon for the bic aam ple can and you will soon find out why the mothers of three genera tions have used Nestle's ; -why Nes tle's is used in every land in the world and why its use grows with the crowth of the "Better Babies" movement. NESTLE'S FOOD COMPANY. Woobrorth EUj.. New York Please send me FREE your book and trial package. Name Chr DXDBRSBLL ALL OTHERS NY State Highway Between Las Cruces and Park to Be Made Test Road. Santa Fe. N. M-. ADrll 1 Oiled roads will be given u thorough u t on the Camino Real between Las Cru ie and Mesilla Park, state engineer James A. French declared after his return from an inspection trip of the roads in southern New Mexico. He also reported the c mdition of the road between ort Selden and An thony, In New Mexico, to be much, better than the asphalted road fro n the Texas state line to El Paso Mr. French made the trip to El Paso by way of Canutlllo and Deni Ing and returned oier the Camino Real for the. entire distance except for a small stretch of road between RincOn and Cuchillo. He announced that the work on the Las Cruces Mesllla Park oiled road would start within the present month and was to be made as a est to compare it with the gravel roads. He reported five construction camps on the Ca mino Real between nincon and Al buquerque and 130 men at work on the roads. The 468 foot steel bridge over the Rio Grande at San Marcial to cost 312.280. will be comnleted this j. summer, the state engineer declares. mc uriase over tne jtio urande at Arrer, Sierra county, will be con pleted soon. Camino Ileal Work. "The Camino Real has been com pleted to within a mile of Ieleta," said Mr. French after his return, xhere are two construction ..am... a Los Lunas. Valencia county. For the entire distance from Socorro to San Marcial the Camino Real is in good condition. Between San Marcial and Elmendorf there Is need for new sur facing and until this is done the road will cause autoists trouble in wet weather. From San Marcial to Cu ehlllo, on the west side of the river, the road Is open for traffic and 'U in jBQoa condition. South of Cuchillo the roads are not In good condition on the way to Riu8-nand tourists should divert their machines at Cuchillo. traveling by way of Hillsboro. Lake Galley and Deming. On the way to El Paso the trip should be made from Cuchillo to Elephant Butte and Engle and .then south." BESSER DIES IN ARIZONA; WAS DISTINGUISHED, ARTIST Florence, Arir., April 1. William Vincent Besser, an artist with a wide reputation as a portrait painter in Ari zona and the southern states, died -of tooexcalosis at his temporary home in Florence. Tvo.vmfb aev n.n... - 11 j. out a commission to paint the portraits w .. .uc iviwCT fiuvernon or Arizona, and his work, on exhibition at the Cap itol, has eroked much favorable com ment. Besser was a native of Lode, Russia, and his relatives are prominent Is that cityN Efforts are "being made to com municate with them, but Lodz Is In the center of the eastern war zone and It nas oeen impossible to set a through the battle lines. FCJfERAI. OP CHARLES HOY t ATTEXDEB BY LARGE CROWD The funeral of Charles Hoy, the El Faeo & Southwestern passenger con ductor who died on Friday, was held Monday morning; from the church of the Immaculate Conception and was one of the largest held here in years. The church was well filled when the Kev. Francis Roy started the services. The casket and hearse were both cov ered with floral wreaths. Among those present were representatives of the El Faso & Southwestern passenger depart ment, representatives of other railroads running Into El Faso and many friends and fellow workers of the veteran con ductor. SISTBR OF MBS. STA1U.I1BBER DIBS AT AMABILLO. TB3C.1S Mrs. Davis StaMheber. of 122S East Missouri street, received a message Monday morning stating that her sis ter, Mrs. It A. Daniel, had died at her nome in maniio, lex. "Mrs. Daniel was formerly Miss Etta. Paulk and has many friends in 1 Paso. RACE TRACK FOLLOWER IS DBAD FROM SJIALLPOX U L. Brown died of smallpox at the j eruptive hospital Saturday afternoon. He was buried In Concordia cemetery. He was connected with the race track in Juarez and has no relatives here. 3IOTIIER KBTUR.S 1VIT1I SOX. Mrs. O. T. Ferguson arrived from Co lumbus, C Monday morning to take back with her Monday afternoon the remains of her son. Harry L. Ferguson, who died at a local hospital on Friday night He was 22 years and 10 months of age and had been In El Paso, but a short time. A. GDD.IY FOUND DBAD. Alberto Goday, 26 years of age. was found dead in his bed at $ South El Paso street on Sunday morning. Coro ner J. J. Murphy was notified and. sfter an Investigation, he gave a verdict of death from natural causes. He had been suffering from tuberculosis of the stom ach. CARLTON MBDLOCK DIBS. Carlton Medlock. 17 years of age, died at a local hospital on Sunday evening. The funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 10 oclock from the parlors of McBean, Simmons tk Hartford to Kvergreen cemetery. The Rev. J. F. Williams will conduct the services. MRS KZELL'S 3IOTIIBR DIBS. Mrs. J. H. Bzell, 411S Myrtle avenue, was called to her old home at Beeville. Texas, on Sunday to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. C. F. Rudolph, who died Sunday morning. Besides Mrs. Ezell, two other daughters and three sons survive. ASKS IXCRKASED PAY FOR I.VSURA"CK CLERKS Austin, Texas, April 19. In submit ting an estimate of needed appropria tions for the department of insurance and banking for the next two fiscal years to the sub-committee on appro priations, commissioner of insurance and banking Patterson today recom mended that the salary of the chief clerk In the insurance department be increased from J 2000 to S2500 He also asks that the position be designated as deputy insurance commissioner, and that the salary of the chief bank clerk be increased from 11800 to JJ500 and the position designated as deputy banking commissioner. J. W, HADLOCIC TO LEAVE. J. W. Hadlock city sewer commis sioner for several years, has announced that he will leave about May l for his old home in Porter, Maine. Mr. Had lock has already shinned his house hold effects. He and airs. Hadlock will go from her to New Orleans and there take boat for New York. pREQUENT consulta- tion of sales announce ments in The Herald will give your dollars an un usual buying power. MbssssssssssssRw' slBsssssHt fsssssssssssssssBF' r TT I school 50 years ago, and it was then In a room seating 40 persons." Regarding the melting pot" charges, Mrs. Young ridiculed It and said "the public schools are training all children of all national ities to become good Americans In the second and third generations." is oralis Steal Medicine Cases of Car- rizozo Physicians to Get Drugs. Carrizozo. f. X. April 19. Since the federal law against the sale of that class of drugs commonly known as "habit drugs" or "dope." except as by the federal statute prescribed; the per cent of users of the various drugs among the tourists who pass through this place has become, and is daily becoming, more and more apparent to the physicians and druggists of Car rixozo. DruKKiats Importuned. Drug stores in Carrlioio have been importuned by people suffering from the lack of their drugs, several of them being so Insistent as to malje it necessary for the proprietors to resort to stern measures in order to make thsm thoroughly understand that there was absolutely no hope to be held out to them at these places. They then hounded the physicians. One ana entered the office of Dr. Lucas, which is at his home, and ran sacked his medicine cabinet. Mrs. Lucas was alone. Later, the intruder was almost on his knees before the doctor, begging for relief. He was turned over to the authorities. An other one watched the doctor's office, and when he drove up in his car, leav ing his carrying case in it while he went into the office fora moment, he returned to find that his inorphlne tab lets had all been extracted, but noth ing else taken. Dr. Paden. the county physician and local surgeon for. the Southwestern railroad, keeps two cases at his drug store. Starting to answer a call he could find neither case, some time afterwards, Lucy Brown, a tele phone operator, hearing of the doctor's less, reported having seen two grips near the old ice plant at the edge of town, and upon investigation they proved to be the stolen property. In this case. alsoTonly those bottles were taken whirl- contained rnorpaine. a man aaaicteu to tne nabit was taken in chance hj. Dr. Lucas at a drug store and tumedover to the authorities. Mie ! feputv sheriff succeeded In sett.ns him cut of town without harms to c?nxine mm in jsil CHAMPION DIVER TO RAISE THE "F-4" Washington, JD. C . April 19 Stephen J. DreUishak. of the United States navy, who holds the world record for depth in diving, having descended 274 feet in STEPHEN" J. TKEIXISHAK Long Island south off Hace Hock, and who has remained under water at great depth for one hour, has accompanied tbe party of divers to Honolulu to try to raise the submarine F-l. The cruiser Maryland will transport the party from San Francisco to Honolulu. TAFrS ORDER IS UPHELD; OIL REHEARING DENIED Washington. D. C, April 19. Ap plication for a rehearing of the Mid west oil case was denied today by the supreme court. The decision up held the validity of former president Taft's order withdrawing from entry millions of dollars, worth of public oil lands in California and Woming. No housewife is ever disappointed in th iualit of canned fruits or ege tnbles if she insists upon Avondale brand Ail . rtlscment. IIS' 4 Scott Refused to Feed White "Help in Dining Room; Ne gro Has Broken Jaw. Preliminary hearing of Hardy White, Harry Mack and C. L. Mullen, charged with assault to murder Jerry Scott, the negro who, in a pistol duel -t the Bor derland Ian on April 1. shot and killed Harry (.'. Nangie anl wounded Hardy White, began m Justice J. M. Beaver's court Monday morning. During the morning, two witnesses were examined. Jerry Scott, his broken I law mended sufficiently to enable him yto talk, told the story of how NanglB nurieu a rwK. ureamng nis jaw ana OI receiving 'several bullet wounds when he was fired upon by Nangie, Hardy White and an unknown man who fired from a shed, he said. . Porter Testifies. Arthur Hamilton, a porter at the Borderland Inn. testified that the trou ble arsee over the question of whether Scott would feed the help In the dining room. 'A little while before the shoot ing. I heard Nangie say about Scott: 'He's liable tb be carried out in a, box. I'm not to be fooled with.' A little while afterwards I heard two shots. Then. 'Clancy (or Nangie) came in the iront ooor. ne saio, 'Jerrys on the Job.' and came in behind the bar and took a pistol out of a drawer. Mr. Mullen, who was also behind the bar, told him not to do it. but he took the gun and went out the back door. I do not remember hearing any shots after that. I was pretty scares. "A few minutes after 'Clancy' left, two Mexicans brought Hardy White into the room through the front door. White said: 'Clancy Is tne cause or It all.' 'Red' Polly and I carried him to his room and took off his clothes. There was a scabbard on him but his gun was gone." Mark Make Statement. Harry Mack, in a voluntary writt&n statement embodied in the record, stated that he went with Jerry Scott to see his grip packed after the negro had ben paid off Just prior to the trou ble. "I told him to be careful, for the white help did not feel kindly towards mm. i neara tnem say tney - ere gc-Hip to get him. 'Clancy' said he would set him." v Mack also told of seeing a .white man chasing a negro about three blocks from the inn and ran in that order for about one-third of a mile. Be stated that he went out and found Clancy in a dying condition. GRAIN BEARS UNFAIR BURDEN OF FREIGHT, SHIPPERS CLAIM Chicago. I1L, April 19 A .general outline of the objections to the pro noted advance of one cent per 10 pounds in grain freight rates was made today by Judge A E. Helm of the Kansas railroad commission and counsel for the western state commis sions which are opposing 'the Increase in freight tariffs sought by 41 west ern railroads. In the preliminary statement before W M. Daniels, Interstate commerce commiseigoer. Judge Helm said: -e saau snow tmt the products here Involved now sustain more than their full share of the burdens of transportation and that any addition to these charges - ill be unjust to the farmers of the west." William Hopkins, a traffic expert employed by the National Council Farmers' Cooperative association, with which rSe.OOO farmers are affiliated, said. "Grain is not economically handled by the carriers Tuere are methods o. handling which would save for the carriers possibly more than the pro posed advance would net them." MAN WHO REDUCED TELEGRAPH TOLLS IN ENGLAND IS DEAD London, Eng., April 19 Sir John Cameron Lamb, who as second secre tary of the British postoffice had a large part in the development of the port and telegraph system of England. Is dead at his home here, aged TO years. His death was hastened by the shock of news that his son had been Kiiieu in action. Sir John's work In the rjoaioffle rav '?" !JlLOTer.l.4 I ear? V was fBleI1y concerned with the admlnistra- tion and development of the telegraph. He was an ardent advocate of a cheap teiegrapnic service and carried through most of the arrangements which made possible the present flat rate of six pence (12 cents) for any 12 word mes sage anywhere In Great Britain. He took part in all the great international telegraphic congreses. and was in charge of the negotiations whereby the British postoffice acquired owner ship of all telephone lines. TERRE HAUTE OFFICIALS ARE NOW IN PENITENTIARY Leavenworth, Kosts. April 19. The special car carrying mayor Donn M. Roberts and 14 -others convicted in the Terre Haute election conspiracy ci.se arrived at the United States pen itentiary at 10 25 oclock this morn ing. The conitcted men shook hands with the guards who had made the trip with them and walked ta the off(ce of the captain of the day watch. The prisoners appeared cheer ful. After the photographing and "dress ing in" process had been completed, mayor Roberts and his associates en tered the dining room, where with 1300 other prisoners they partook of their first meal in orison. ESTANCIA VALLEY EXPECTS BUMPER CROPS THIS YEAR Kstancla. Jf. M., April 19. This is go Inar to be a great year for the Eetancia valley. The snows in the mountains hae been melting and the mountain draws are filled with -running water. This water Is being used by the valley ranchers for their lands and much of it is being stored in the subsoil for fu ture une One farmer built a dam in less than an hour whtch carried water to cover his entire land and he xava It all . good soaking until.it had penetrated several Inches in to the ground. This water supply, in addition to the norma! supply for the valley during the spring and early summer, insures the Estancia alle farmers of a bumper cro pthis 5 ear. UNKNOWN MAN ENTERS HOUSE; WOMAN SCREAMS, EXIT MAN An unidentified man entered the home of R T. Talpis, S30 Prospect avenue about 8 oclock Saturday night and refused to leave until Mrs. Tal pis, who was alone in the house, be gan to scream. The man entered without knocking. Cn being told to leave he would not answer. Not until he was puebfed out the front door and Mrs. Talpis be gan calling for help did the man de part. "r The police were called but did not find the man. HAY WAGON CRUSHES PHOENIX BOY TO DEATH Phoenix. ArU, April 19. While rid- ...R w a na; wagon, jirturo Hernandez. 6 years old, slipped and fell under the wheels. A wheel passed over his head, crushing him instantly The coroner's Jury brought in a verdict exonerating the driver, who km-w nothing of the ac cident till his att. ntfon wns ntti.f.f j by the tries of tin. child 5 lompftnions. Manager For the County Fair to Be Engaged by Association. Las Cruces. K M-. April 11 Preparations are now belar made for the Don Ana county fair te be held this fan. The ooMtr I commissioner have already appropriated lis for this purpose. The association la now seeUog a nuutaser for the coming fair, f Mr and Mra Maarv atnra ud Mrs. R- ' P. Porter motored to Kl Peso Satarday. I riu memoen ox tne imm cruces oau em have arrived aad warn nraetleina- OB . the fair grounds yesterday. ' itaipn Tenen aaa ramlly motored to El Paso Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Brown have returned from a trip to Kl Paso. Misa Isabel Brown visited grlends ia EI ruo asierasy. A pertv ef abowt IS roue aaowia from Satarday until Sunday eresjag at Tan Pattmrs camp la the Organ mountains, n- lurnjos caie tasc evening. BRITISH AND GREEK SHIPS ARE TORPEDOED CCeatUHied Trem Page One). drop bombs on, two British trawlers, and fired on them without result. SAYS GERMANY WILL PAY FOR SINKING DUTCH SHIP Berlin. Germany. April 19. Ttfe Over seas 2w Agency, under government control, says: "An official investigation of the tor pedoing of the Dutch steamer Katwyk near the North Hinder "lightship in the North sea on April 14. still is pending. If it is shown that the vm1 was flunk bv a German host. Rununv will h I ready at once to pay damages and apologize, according to the provisions of international law No tension be tween. Holland and Germany is feared. SANDBAGS NEWEST NEED OF SOLDIERS AT WAR NOW London. Eng, ..pril 19. Pandbags by the million is the latest call from the front. They are used not only for parapets to trenches, but to make houses for officers and men of the ar tillery as wen as for the guns and tele- sheae stations. The infantry trenches ' require about 1M.IM hags for each mile, j "when we advance," writes one off i- eer, "we have no time to empty our old sandbags. We need fresh ones, made either of coarse linen or canvas. BRITISH OFFICER PRAISES SPIRIT OF rANATlTANS General headquarters of the British t army, ia France, April 19. "The Canadians may have been full of ' boyish spirit when they landed in Eng- I land, but they have been men in the ; trenches," said a staff officer of the I British army, commenting on the re- I port that the Canadians have been ! lacking in discipline. "They've buckled down tfke British soldiers should and ; their conduct has been not only with- AMt Vm. J. - I t.K kink. ' est TraijM " BRITISH LOSE SUBMARINE; TURKS HOLD CREW CAPTIVE LoaQon. KnK April 19. The British submarine 5S-15. while carrying out a reconnaissance in the Dardanelles mine field Saturday, ran asroand en Keppez Point. Turkey and the crew was made eantlve. anrnnHns? tn nwula ffrvtm rAn stantinople. The report said seven of '' tne crew were missing. GB.V. OX DBR OOLTZ COMMANDS TURKISH ARMY Constantinople. Turkey. . ril 19 Field marshal baron Kolman von tier Goltz has been appotatd commander In chief ef the First Turkish arm LORDSBL'RG IS SinPPIXG POLVT FOR MUCH MOHAIR Lordsburg. X. -, April 19. la addi tion to being a mining and cattle cen- ' ter Lordsburg Is rapidly becoming a ' mohair sheep center. A carload of ; mohair was shipped from here re- cently and the ranchers are taking i more and more Interest ia this pay- ' ing industry. f The carload shipment included rao- i hair from the ranches of Conner and ' De Moss. Edgar and Veseley. Jack ! Stevens. J. M. Elms and ethers. It is . reported that the mohair brought I ' i-- cents a pernio. K3GTXEBR ORDERS CAJUNO RBAI. IHBPAIRBD AT ONCE Santa Fe, N. M, April 19. After con ference with W. D. Newcomb. of So corro, state engineer James A. French ordered steps taken to repair three miles' of bad road on the Becker-Socorro cutoff and also on El Camino Real near Klmendortf, these two places being the worst spots on the road from Albu querque to the Elephant Butte dam and Bl Fuse. Auto Travel Difficult Carrisoso. New Mexico. Annl 19 Owing to the great volume of ater now carried by the Rio Ruidoso, auto- : mobile travel in that valley is for the ! time suspended. There are several I feet deep and the continuous rains' of ' I the past three days will doubtless aug- j i ment the flow of waver, making a mo- I iris thrnnarh null m j aVaA ' I county for several days one to be avoided. ROS1V8LL TBACHBK FROMOTBD. Santa Fe. N. hi, April 19. Miss Mar- j saret Kennedy, head of the Kiuclish de- ' partment of the Roswfell public schools, has been tendered a place on the facul ty of the normal university at Las Vegas. She is a graduate of the Uni versity of Wisconsin and has been at Roewell two years. RlPMl MAKBS RBCORD. Santa Fe. N. M.. April 19. With the month of April more than half gone the precipitation here is already J.S Inches, which is heavier than any reeorad fir the whole month of April for the past 41 years, or since observations were first taken here, according to a weather bureau announcement. THE NEW PLACE MgAM UPSTAIRS ALHAMBRA THEATER. Orchestra 8 to 11 p. m. DANCE IF YOU LIKE. Ucht Lanehes. Deheioas CanfeetieBS. Soda. Beautify the Complexion El TEN DATS Nadinola CREAM The Uneqaakd Beastifttr USED AND E.VDOR5ED B V THOUS.VN&S Guaranteed to remove tan, freckles, pimples, liver spots, etc Sxtteme cases about twenty dan. Rids pores and tissues of impurities Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy. Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00 By toilet counters o' mail VArro.v.tr. tuilev compjiw. emu. Unable to Get Creosote on Account of the War in Progress in Europe.' Alamogordo.' N. 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