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4 A tVeek-Eiid Edition, May 8-9, 1913 MMEEPliEIILT IS 1EN9LJSH PAPERS MTIUSTIF OUARANTINED: STILL MISSING: DISCUSS HUM; SHUSH IT. S. Willing to Cooperate; Vanderbilt .figent in London .Times Says Tragedy Hastens With Texas; Panhandle i Is Unable to Locate the Day When All Civilized Na Lost Millionaire. Cattle Quarantine. T .ip.? States senator Morris Shep- - ti Mrnds The Herald a letter from e i urtuu of animal industry of the . p. tment of agriculture, which gives j. "nation of value to the livestock , -Avt o" the Fiate relating to eo- iitm l.'vfteen the federal govern- and tie M ite of Texas in the con- ' (1 aid eialir?tion of contagious dis- c --f s in l. cstock iiltttr-jis signed by A- D. Melvin. cf of the bureau of animal industry . 'i iollon - (rfer-n to ou recent visit to t buieau ami lequest for information , . lining to bureau cooperation with vLate of Texas jn the control and c mIi. ation of contagious diseases in . -tock. I dt-ire lo inform you that .nfactorj progress, is being made in eradication of scabies in cattle In i ie Panhandle vounties of Texas, and it - txetted tl at within the next year i entire jortion of the state under . i- intine for that disease ilI be re- j ied from qunantine. -Referring; to the Subject of scabies I -Heep in Tex. -is, it a pilars that up to me pret-eir ume very little effort j -. been made b. the state of Texas to "i.t.iin the cooperation of the depart T tiit :n coiitioh.-ig that disease. The ei lire state of Texas is under federal uu'intine an i no sheep are permitted t lea e tne tate except in cars ,. a carded K pued sheep for slaugii- - - or a certificate showing them to ne been dipped under bureaa so per - I'-ion, -when for purposes other than "lediate slaughter, accompanies the ahipaient it is beh. .td that by proper coop c ation betu etn tht state of Texas . mi 'he department of agriculture that present conditions puld be very much npioved This could be done by the stiv placing under quarantine the ; "f-a? m w hifh disease exists and strict i nuintaimng sue n qua rantine, pro- idC ttf federal quarantine is limited the same .rea While the existing ".is state Uns appear to provide all t . authority necessary for the en- 1 -' rment of hesiock quarantine reg ulations, no pro isicn nor authority is given count court commissioners to j o me funds or adequately cooperate v- h the state livestock sanitary com ration in the control and eradica t on of containou diseases in livestock v thin the different -counties. ii this conertion, it appears that at " present time there is before the . legislature a bill known as house i 'i So 520, which, if enacted into a iV. -will gfe count commissioners t- powrr to Ie a tax on property j "nn their respective counties and to ! 'uidea fund with which to cooperate -n t i the state livestock sanitary com t 'Mun, and through that commission v. th this bureau." ili f orn ia, Co'orado and Utah an l- urder federal quarantine for the - " e malady. tions Must Join Allies. New Tork, May 8. Cablegrams, from abroad, telling of the safety of passen gers, or saying their fate was unknown, were received here today by relatives of those aboard. Capt. Isaac Emerson, fatherinlaw of Alfred G Vanderbilt. made public a brief cablegram received today from the Vanderbilt agent in London. The sender said Mr. Vanderbilt was still raissin. Mrs. Vanderbilt Is with her father here. Conl Ktnj; Ia Rescued. R. JC. Bryan received a cablegram telling of the safety of D. A. Thomas, large passenger steamers are con- rescued with his daughter, lady Made worth, and his secretary, Reese Evans. C W. Bowling, of Bowring and com pany, owners of the Red Cross line, was in the water four hours, according to a cablegram received by his wife. The message, dated Queenstown, May S, read: "Torpedoed without warning, port side. Jumped overboard starboard side, in water four hours. No ill effects." London, Eng., May 8. "The destruc tion of the Lusitania most assuredly hastens the day when every civilized power will feel constrained to join us," says the Times in commenting on the destruction of t!ie Canard liner. The Times adds that if no life had been lost the character of the sinking of the- Lusitania and the intentions which prompted It would have re mained unaltered. The shins received no special naval protection beeanse of the principles that apparently have been laid down that when so many WEATHER BULLETIN. u. s. TWO GAMES FORFEITED IN S'CHOOL BASEBALL LEAGUE !h-r- -were two forfeited games in ' . Crammar Schools Baseball league i- t i, i da v morning. 1 1 the class A series. Alta Vista for- ' ' ,.. Beall while ia class B both t and Vttss were both charged i. forfeits for showing np late at i parx -- Jaunt defeated Bailey. 14 to II. 1 1 e class game Salvadore and i '1 -ere on the points for the winners a mi Baker and Richards for Baileyt i '.he class B game. Alamo beat T ,i klin. 15 to ; brown and DrUloM- ,4 worked foi Alamo and Martinet l oonzales for Franklin. DEPARTMENT OF AfiniCULTUKE, WEATIIEK BCBEAU. Observations taken at S a. ra.. 7th me ridian time (6 b.hl El Paw time). May S. IMS. Forecasts. El Paso and vicin ity rair toalsht and Sunday.. Nw Mexico To night and Sunday. Ian-: warmer north west portfon; local frost north portion tonight. Arisen Toaieht and Sanday. fair, not mnch cha&e in temperatare. West Texas Fah toaialit and Saaday. icolauve asssiuzty in El Paao at 2 p. m.. FouwiiToTie.ePu.y Satardav. lfi nercent. Practaltatlon in last Si hears On laches. tveacaer uia. m.. .1 .--1 ALLEGED FUGITIVES HERE ,, ov WAY TO MiOKarr, ariz. i.Iis Large and Eula Belle Large, -r brought to the city Jail Saturday ti ,rning m charge of the deputy sher - . of Maricopa county. Ariz. t T'e (;oule wre taken in custody at t PhSenJ"8, 3"d are ine taken pRAWFOR W TflHIRtlT 4 t 74 74 Ct 4 7 7 SC fi (4 74 71 C4 S 2 7 4 C4 71 ' 51 S4 34 (S 4C 7 CC (4 4C 14 5C I clear clear cloudy cleady clear clear clear pt-ddy cloady clear clear cloar rata elear clendy clear V. ddy ckmdr dear dear clear clear 1.(7 ie .11 .1 .1 Lowest temp, last nlsht.. Highest yeeterday.. ...... I Temp, at S a. m.... AMIeae i AznuTiUe 4 Attenta. ' Betse. Idaho 5- Beatsa Chics ire CSnclnnau 5C Beaver Detroit Dalatb. Minn El Paso i Gatveatos 4 Havre. Moat Jacksonville 8 Little Beet 2 Los Aasreles. ....... & Nashville New Orleans.. .' New Tork Omaha 44 Phoenix Raphtaty. &D Hewweil St. Louts ' Salt Lake Cttr San Antonio. ....... San T raaoaco, ..... fi Santa Fe .'. it Seattle Weshlorton Wichita. Km i Tnma. ............. M ComnaratlTe El raw 1'rrcipltstlon. Jan. 1 to May C. laclsBire. 111. J.... 2.22 ia. Joa. 1 to May c, isclasive. Ult.i 1.11 in. Jan. 1 to May I. Inclusive. 111 2.1 n. Jan. 1 to May C. inclusive. 114 1.II in. Jan. 1 to May . iaclasive. 11 j t.14 In. Normal. Jaa. 1 to May S. Inclusive. .1.41 In. I 54 44 : 52 ft) s: 5 4 5 SC C4 12 M 44 U 54 (8 it 42 54 S2 S 52 4S M stontly approaching or leavinc the coast of Great Britain no single steamer can be singled out for exceptional protection unless national interests make such a step imperative. "Vhis. however," the Times con cludes, "is a subject upon which fur ther enlightment must be awaited. For the moment the world is concen trated upon the horrible nature of the deed thus wrought after due advertise ment." k "Affront to XeutraU." Tb-Graphlc says that the exact de tails of the Lusitania incident in one sense are unimportant but the broad fact is that a ship containing 2n0 noncombatants and neutrals was sent to her destruction with every prospect of an appalling loss of life. It adds: "The real sljrniflcancA of Ihla nw Is that such a deliberate affront to neutrals is the weapon of a nation that Knows Itself defeated." Affects nngllsh Speaking People. The Daily Teleeranh declare thot- eine sinxing or this "Hoatintr hotel" affects "not only ourselves but the English thinking people on the other side of the Atlantic." The Times devotes a long article In its news columns to the attitude of Americans in London on the disaster. raying: "The sinking of the Lusitania has aroused excitement and apprehension among the Americans in London." Task of Compiling Lists During Chaotic Condi tions Is Difficult. Queenstown. Ireland, May S. A par tial list of survivors compiled here un der chaotic and difficult conditions, fol lows: Mrs. Ed Middlemast. Begins, Sask.: Arthur Shephardson, Los Angeles; J. J. B.ittersby. first class passenger of Stockport, D. V. Moore, of Tankton, & D. Scott Turner. Percy Lawson. Prost. Mrs. Martha , Wyath, Florence Whitehead. Jos.- Austin. R. A. Macken zie, Mrs. Davy Clamp, Mrs. J. M. Stew art and child Jane McKean and child, Dr. McCready, Thomas J. Williams. Ed ward Negna, J. P. Gray, Lorna Favey. John Wilson, Ernest Colloper, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and child, C. E. Gllhooly and child, Webster I. MeLlntock. Eliz abeth Hampshire, A. T. Mathews, Mon treal, S. Abramowitz, Miss Catherine Kave. G. B. Lane. W. G. Meyers. J. T. Trimmins. Mrs. A. F. Witherbee, lady Mackworth. Mss. Henry Adams. Bos ton: Robert Rankin. New York, and Samuel Sharp. Rev. H. C. S. Morris, Mrs. Fish and two children. Miss R. Martin, F. J. Gautlett, New York; Miss May May cock, Violet Henderson. Uno Mardernd, Thomas D. Levin, D. A. Thomas. Car diff, Wales: T. J. M. Brans, A. R. Clarke. W. G. Burgess. J. G. Charles and daughter. Toronto: Miss Loney, New Tork; John Herris, Miss Holland. Miss Josephine Brandell, New York: F. K. A. Perry. O. H. Grab, G. G. Mosley, New VnrV- n w UrMkit. New York: A. M. Jeffry. M. C. Cams. O. H. Hammond, New York: A. Manley, H. Neath. Miss North Miss Winter. George Dugutd. Daniel Moore, John W. McConnell. Memphis. Tenn.; Miss Sharpe. Miss Con nor, H. M. Dal. Patrick Cliff e. Toron to: Miss Cyrus Conley, Montreal: Sam uel Sharp, M. C. Byrne, Xw York: Em ily Davis. Annie Walker. E. HousneU. A. B. Cross. Philip Youqp. Montreal; W. A F. Vassar, London; George Steele, Cyrus Crosley, James Parker. W. C. Colebrook. the Rev. H. C Morris. D Michael. Fred "Webster, Mrs. Thos. Brownlle. Mrs. Edw. Needlejnarsh. Geo. Williams. Beldrough McDonald. Cyril J-; -arii. vnnv Rjaba. Robt. Williams. Ada Mandv. Freda Neathly, Kate Wilks. Geo. J. Battley. Mrs. Mary Lelaney. Ola Uhonan M. Kercron. Thos. Stephens, W. G. Shaikell. Martin Spayne, Fred'k Peter Khartman. aora lonra, TALKS TO JUROR; L GETSILTEI Judge at Deming Stops Trial to Sentence Man to a Year in Jail. AGGIE BALL AND TRACK TEAM LEAVE FOR ALBUQUERQUE State College, N'. M. May 8. The Ag- ie baseball and track teama will leave ' Sunday morning for Albuquerque, N. M. i where they will engage in a bye ball . same with the University of New Mex ico on Monday afternoon, and in a track and field meet on Tuesday afternoon. The following men will represent the college as the baseball team: Harvey Coe, pitcher. Milton BlackwelL catcher; Shaler Ladd, first base. L'il Lane, sec ond base: Jerome Robertson, third base. Cowden Evans, shortstop: Jackson May nard. left field; Lewis Babcock. center field, and Stanley Llewellyn, right field. Build up yosr hone valley, products. rse homes valley potatoes. Use her clear -ety dendy dowdy dowdy pt-ddy dear "THIS IS JUST FIENDISH," SAYS DUTCH NEWSPAPER Amsterdam. Holland. May S. The Innudnlnp- nf h T ...!.. - -Vr"!" J" "" ""?"""? ys IK CsnJne prediction orfh: Si-wajiHr Kw.jpiwHwtoi!. was a premeditated crimfe IgaTnst a SfJl, """ ' - :-H t. .TJ.2!.,?S!?,,??e,bt- I John Allen. Thomas Sandells. Will- errr-'JS.VS8'" u",sMO!: " lam senmbeous. Meta Moody. Vincent "Does there still exist something like conscience among the neutrals? The neutral 'powers remained silent when Belgian neutrality was trampled upon, when the Germans carried out prac tices profaning international law and when submarine assassins took their first victims. Will they now look on inactively? Only the spontaneous joint protest of the entire civilized world from which Germany has separated herself can be an answer to the latest provocation." Farewell Show Bi; Benefit Program ko Western Bnrltsqne Wheel Co. DOT HISS THIS. GOOD MOIIT GIRLIES. Afeen! POPlLR PRICES Phone 6-170 Why Not Keep COOL? Warm Weather Tc H.W! Lax us sell or refit you an oVrti'o fan. Ai complete line of electric fans for the Inane or your plice of busi ness carried in slock. Water Conditions, Rio Grande Project. Hdzht at Water Contents Behind Dsn Acre Ft. elephant Butte reservoir S9.2 3M.s,e Increase in 24 hoars. .8 7.5S1 Flow of river. San Msrclal.. S.Z40 seeoad tx. Flow Irocn reservoir 1.JS Second Ft. For Irrlgat'n Leasbors canst 4S Sec d Ft. For Inigat'n Franklin canal :4I Second Ft. Date. May T. 315 MANY LEAVES OF ABSENCE ANNOUNCED IN ARMY ORDERS Washington. D. C . May . The oIlowtBC arm) orders have been issued: LeaTes of absence CoL Charlea w. Tay lor. 8th cavalrr. two months. MaJ. T. O. Hanson 8th infantry, two months: Maj. I. S. Upton. 10th infantry, two months: Capt. Frederick I Pierce. 8th infantry, two months; Maj T G. Hanson, 8th infantry. two months. Capt. William R. Gibson. 11th Infantry, two months. Capt. W. F. H. God son, Sth cavalry, two months. First Ueut, H. H. Kritcbett. 18th infantry, two months; First Uent. L LoBrsnecker. :d infantry, two months: First Lieut. O I Brnnsell, infantry, one month and 16 days; First Lieut. William M. Harris, jr., sfanal corps; eight days ; Second Li eat. R. W. Wilson. 2d field artillery, two months. Second Ueut. J. A. O'Brien, infantry, one month and li lays; Second Li en I. A W Cleary. 13th In fantry, extended one month. First Lieuts. James S. Greene, ltth cav alry, T. C Spencer. 3d infantry; J. F. Franklin. 7th Infantry; C. A. Lerrls, 9th In fan try. X Blyth, 18th infantry; H. C Rex ach, Porto Rico rectment of infantry; Sec ond Lieuts. J. H. Muccaster, 4th Infantry, and R. H Coles. Sid infantry, are detailed to enter the next class at the army signal school. Fort Leavenworth, Kan. By direction of the president orders of April 22 are amended to read as follows First Lut. S. L. Hodces, 1st cavalry, is detailed as professor of military science and tactics at the Virginia Military Instltut-. Lexington. Vs.. and will proceed to Lex ington not earlier than June 2t for duty. Former Barfy President Is Keeping Prison Boos Santa Fe. X. M Mar 8. Hugh Swift, former prealdent of the Tncumcari. K. 3L. bank, is now aerTing one and one. half years in the state penitentiary here, having been convicted of irregu larities in the conduct of'th. hank Swift was brought here by sheriff J. F. Ward last week, together with three other prisoners. After he was offi cially entered on the books of the pris on and given a uniform, he was as signed to the clerical department be cause of his knowledge of bookkeeping. DUKE D'ABRUZZI, ITALY'S NAVY CHIEF, IS IN ROME Paris. France. May 8. A Rome dis patch to the Matin says: "The duke o the Abruxzi who, in case of war, will take command of the Italian battle fleet, has arrived at the Italian capital where he conferred with the minister of marine and chief of the naval gen eral staff. "The family of the German ambassa dor to the Vatican, has left for Ger many as well as several of the offi cers of the German and Austrian em bassies, who took with them cases filed with documents." i Kvans. Mrs. Ueanie Fife, Anna aao Mena Campbell, Mrs. Samuel George, Eaeiyn vui. .Agnew . m, uwi . rr-tw- u..K..t shi slAvr.rt Dnncan. ' Pearl Andrews, Perth Grill, Miss Molly Mainman. Edward Mainman, Miss Elizabeth Mainman. a baby named Booth. Francis Franklin, Mrs. TX. Lin den, Miss Elsie Lotiden. Mrs. Margaret Faulds, William Gardner, Mrs. C Mc Cain, Brock. Mrs. C K. Lund. Chicago: W. B. Tigon. Aino Antela. Sin Carlo, Ruth Vordworth, William Lardner of Toronto, Mrs. Christina Mc Column of Omaha, Lieut. H. F. Cam roell. Osmond Bartle Wordsworth. Mrs. Arthur Candliah. Douglas Itortx, Ed ward Barrie. Mrs. Thomas Brumlie, Mrs. Oarey Plank, Harold Dennis Boul-ton. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brice of Syracuse, j uavid uairympie, Jirs jas. a. ueame, Edw. Peacock, Miss Helen Smith, James Sydney rlein, Geo. Thornley. Patrick J. McLoughlln. Wm. G Jones, Win. S. Hill, Andrew Cockbum. Carl E. Foaa, Edgar J. Unchyk, aorman Stone, Frederick Webster, master F. Webster, master Wm. Webster, master JL Web ster, Mrs. A. F Adams, James II a Id an e. Mrs. D. Wall Andrew, John Gatlay. Al fred Stockton, Robert Flortin, Mar; Bird, Fannie Norecroft. Mrs. A. W. Klllott, Soren Sorensen, Robert W. . WluKley, C. T. Knight. Wm. Bgan. Robert Chisholm, Sydney Fousel, H. J. i Highway. Michael Cuaheon, Campbell Mcneenen. Angela potts, Peter rur well (Bushwell). Maitland Sampson, C F. Sturd of Montreal. Mrs Chaa. Pod ley. E. H. Posen, Chas W. Bowring. Mrs. Jas. Adams, G Maslett. Dilanu Lermann, Martin Lermann. R. W. Poban. Harold Radcllffe, Norman Copthall, Dymlngton. A. L. Fisher, r R. Lewis. The following additions to the list of second cabin survivors hare been made: Rosalind Murray. Mrs. Patrick Wil son. Frank Skeet, Miss May Barrett, Eva Dolphin The following third class survivors are announced: T. D Henmn. Rana Snowden, Cyril Gunstead and Geo. Harrison. Deming. N. M, May s. Judge Co -n Neblett, who Is at present holding dis trict court in this city, stopped the trial in an important case to bring Wm. Wiley before the oar of Justice and send him for one full year to the coun ty jail for having a conversation witn a Juror with the alleged intention of influencing the juror to vote in the case before the court. The language emnloved by Judge Neblett was of a character plain enough to Indicate that I. ...Ill K.. a il.np.rniiB nr.ftiT,. In at tempt to influence a juror or otherwise ) interrupt court procedure. The particular case was the trial of the people of the state of New Mexico versus Edward Pride, who was accused of taking some of Hal. Kerr's cattle and putting them in his corrals. . A. A .Mm J- Dies. Adrian A. Almy, who for the sast four years has t?en a prominent resi dent of Luna county, died at his home yesterday morning, and will be juried under the auspices of the Masonic lodge. The -deceased was father of city engineer S. Vt . Almy of Demi- z and of Lieut. Darrow Almy of Bremer ton, Wash., who has been a naval offi cer for several years. The activities of the chamber of commerce are bringing more people to the Mhnbres valley than ever Defore. Governor and Aeroplane Attractions At Festival Artesia, X. M May 8. The governor and an aeroplane will be the attrac tions at the annual alfalfa festiral here this year. The committee has Invited governor W. C. McDonald to attend the festival- Arrangements have also been made for an aeroplane flight each day of the festival. The date has not yet been announced but it will probably be held in September. v Booze Out Of Own Bottle Banned On Election Day Santa Fe, X. ML. May 8. A men may not take a drink out of his own bottle, in his own home and with his own con sent. If he is caught he will be liable to fine and imprisonment. This was the opinion of assistant attorney general Harry Clancy and is causing many of the "regulars" to won der where they can go to take a drink on June 7 when the local option elec tion is held. For i oursej Drive out to Logan Heights on Sunday and see the development now under way. You may be assured that the building restrictions in this addition will be strictly enforced to the end that no unsightly structure shall mar the natural beauty and "class" of this residence place. The bright, clear, sunshiny mesa along the eastern base of the mountains is already becoming the Pasadena of El Paso. It does not seem possible that such a clear, bright, beautiful place can be in existence so close to the smoky pass of the old part of the city. Losan Heieht Investment Co 707 TWO REPUBLICS BUILDING. VINTON FARMERS CUTTING ALFALFA; FIRST CROP SHORT Vinton. Tex, May 8 Tne first cut ting of .alfalfa hah commenced and by Monday all hay growers will be busy putting up the first crop, -which is only partially in bloom and will be short, owing to the cold nights. The price is much better than expected, netting the grower $11.75. With an assurance of water for the fields as soon as the hay is removed and the promise of warmer weather, the second crop will be a bumper. No Pain By this cew method ire can take your impres sions in the moral ny and $20 SET OF TEETH $7.50 hVlthont Roof 'Pfesstoaa tax en 8 W' the morning 9 nnUhed the m vs.1 d j 9 CiTe 741 yoar teeth io tha evening. We can this work fit Any moBth naW a plate stick to ; lbs. pall on s, piefe of cls. So striae you cart stand them. Let us W you this. No mnnt re.bri.a7."n.d.. $5.00 No It EW SYSTEM llEXTAIa PARLOks Cor El Paao anil San Antonio Sta, oer Savings Bank newly renovated old unt at Bank Bide Open evenings till TS0. Sunday mornings tilt 11. T.ady JtUndants Z). Spanish and GermaX spoken. Triple Insurance for Your Valuables Your important papen, jeweiiy wi hoaiehold .valu ables will be absolutely 'proteased agakrt- FIRE, THEFT and CARELESSNESS if yoa place Aera in a Safety Deposit Box in our vauk. The annual cost of a Safety Deposit Box is small. Why nor avail yourself of-tbk coayenitDt and economical faca&s of protecting yourself agaist possible serious Aoss? .:"' City National Bank AMERICAN GIRLS ARE NO MORE TEMPTED THAN OTHERS Los Angeles, Calif, May S. The con ditions confronting young girls in any walk of life are not worse in America. than in any other country of the world, was the opinion expressed Friday night by Miss Clarissa II. Spencer, of Lon don, secretary for the world's commit- 1 tee of the young W omens Christian association. In convention hero "Everywhere." she said, "girls have to enter the ranks of the bread wjnners much younger than before. The same r iempiauuns are swhiuuk mem aim tu I rrt mnntriM the altuatinn Is much worse than here.' Call at our stoifc these electric fare, and see yj trouble to slipw you our line. J If it is Electrical we have it; National Telegraphone & Supply Co. S17 W. B. GI4RD0N, Mgr jiiils Street. MISS R.VYAOI.DS TO SING AT TOLTEC CLUB TCESD VY Miss Sarame Reynolds, with the members of her grand opera quartet. Mies Margaret Jarman. Mario Kudolfi and Ittalo Picchi. will sing Tuesday night at the Toltec club for the mem bers of the club and the families. The concert is being given by the club for its members It will begin at 8:3 oclock. Dancing will folio the concert. t Fares Summer From El Paso GETS 1-YTO JUAREZ ti.VME, LOSES $T0, TELLS POLICE G. M. Ramey, who was on his way from Douglas, Ariz to Houston. Tex, dropped off here on Friday and -went over to Juarez that night- He says he got Into a card game and lost $70 Then he went to the EI Paso police and asked help to get back his money. He de clared the game was crooked. S3 YEAR OLD MEXICAN DIE. Funeral services for Modesto Anaya. aged S3, was held Saturday morning from the residence at 203 East Fourth street and was in charge of Nagley 4. Kaster. The burial was in Concordia cemeterv. Phone 7-.1 I , "-"'t'"u we -" J- wts unite in buw TICKETS ON SALE MAT 15TH TO SEPTEMBER 30TH. RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31ST. Asbury Park, X. J... $83.35 Aslieville, X. C 62.45 Atlanta, Ga., 5S.20 Atlantic Citj-,X. J.... 82.35 -Baltimore, ifil 74.75 Battle Creek, Mich. . . 67.45 Birmingham, Ala 53.25 Boston, Mass 94.60 Buffalo, X. T. 79.90 Chattanooga, Tenn... 55.50 Chicago., Ill 60.90 Cincinnati, Ohio 65.15 Cleveland, Ohio 74.35 Colorado Spgs., Colo. 35.00 Denver, Colo 35.00 Detroit, Mich 71.60 Duluth. Minn 66.90 Evansville, Lid 57.70 Hot Sprjngs, Ark 39.35 Kansas City, Mo.' 44.40 Knoxville, Tenn 59.20 Lake Chautauqua, X. Y. 78.40 Lake Toxaway, X. C. 63.85 Louisville, Ky 60.10 AND MANY OTHER POINTS. Liberal Stopovers Diverse - Routes 'sion fares To all of the principal eastern resorts will be on sale daily May 15th to September 30th, 1915, with a final return limit of October 31st. When Planning if our Vacation Trip be Sure That You Travel on the Golden State Limited ?he Premier Train of the Southwest You will enoy all the comforts and luxuries which so to make xravei a pleasure oaroer valet service telegraphic news service library--magazines correspondence facilities Victrola recit als. It willwa pleasure for us to help you plan your trip and make your Pullman Reservations. City Ticket Office, Robetts-Banner Building PHONES 594 and 5851. BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM HOTELS AND RESIDENCES. Summer Fares From El Paso TICKETS ON SALE MAY 15TH TO" SEPTEMBER 30TH. RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER' 31ST. Memphis, Tenn $44.90 Milwaukee, "Wis 6430 Minneapolis, Minn... 60.90 Montreal, Quebec 92.10 Xashville, Tenn. : . . . . 54 JO XTew York, X. Y 84.05 Xiagara Falls, X.Y... 79.90 Xorf olfc, Va .- 74.05 Ottowa, Ont 90.10 PhUadelphia,, Pa 79.60 Pittsburg. Pa. 74.25 Portland, Me .".. 97.50 Pueblo, Colo 35.00 Quebec, Que 99.45 Roanoke. Va 67.75 St. Louis, Mo 52.10 St Paul. Minn 60.90 Salt Lake City, Utah. 55.95 Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 76.90 Spartaiburg, S. C... 62.45 Staunton, Va 69.55 Toledo, Ohio 69.S5 Toronto, Ont 79.90 Washington, D. C... 74.75 White Sulphur Sprgs., W. Va 69.55 AND MANY OTHER POINTS. r m rs i !