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EC PASO HERAXD
Tuesday, May 25, 1915 CONCRETE HI "BEST IT TEST" Expert Shows El Pasoans How They Are Built and Tells How They Wear. ISM SHOT. OPENS ETIIS West Texas and New Mex ico Delegates Here For Week of Conference. Concrete roads in the making and in their completed state and their ad i aclases oitr other pavements were si own in an illustrated lecture STlven iy A. M. Bowles, representing the American Portland Cement Manurac-tu-ers1 association, at the chamber or commerce building Monday night to a fair sized audience of varied calringB. ilr Bowles. In his introductory rein.-' rks told how a few years ago, Be fore the advent of the automobile, en gireers felt that they had reached' tM pi rfect pavement in the macadam road. Then came the automobile, with Its ex cessive wear and tear upon roaas. ne cessitating the discovery of a new type of paiement He spoke of the rapid .tc-ease in the number of auto trucKs luanuractured, the output in the United Stes in 1914 reaching 5S.OO0. He pre dicted a heavy increase In the number ach year, necessitating the more gen eral construction of strong pavements to meet the new conditions. This new pavement, he declared, must rs the i vi crete pavement. There are several fancied objections to the concrete road," said Mr. Bowles. T,A fire In hardness and its effect upon horses, riorses are injured, not i by hard roads, but by those nil small holes and by unevenness ?t sur face by small loose rocks. Objections Combatted. "Another objection is on the ground that it is slipper. But the road can bj broomed and besides the slight concrete road manes sup MEHI HOLDS MEXICANS HISMTlSi on FIGHT ! GUARDS; C.LHE1ES I 0 Villa's Troops Unable toDis-, Two Americans, Missing, Are j Pioneer BookkeeperStocH- en; inany x ears vr itu. Tuttle Company. lodge Carranza Leader; Zapata "Neutral." I The annual convention of the New Mexico-West Texas- Christian Mission ary society opened Its neek of meet ings Monday night at the First Chris tian 'church. Rev. Prank Talmage of Roewell N. M, is the presiding officer of the convention. ?. J. Spalding, of I Albuquerque, is sn charge of the music of the convention. At the Monday night service the de votional exercises were conducted by Rev George J Ruth, of Lordsburcr. N. M. L. A. Dale, of Kl Paso, gave the address of welcome. Rev. C. 1 Tvn of Albuaueraue. resnonded. There was an Informal reception for J the delegates Dy ine.memoers 01 roe First Christian church. Tuesday mcrning the convention opened with a preachers retreat, on tne suojecc. -xne Forces That Make the Man." Rev. S. I R. McClure. of Deming, led the prayer and Rev. C W. Lambert, of Clovis. ' talked on association. Rev. J H. Allen t led the devotional exposition of the scripture. There was a short singing and praise service and then the roll of the churches was called and the dele gates gave a brie? statement of the work of the churches they represented. Reports Are Made. The reports of the district superin tendents and the officers were given. This afternoon the devotional service was led by Rev S R. McClure, of Dem- U. J. it. nisuer, 01 jssbl J Believed to Have Been Killed or Captured. Alpine. Tex. May 2S A posse left jen. Aivaro uoregon is now en-, ......-. . ----- - ,, ,. trenched nine kilometers south of Leon, valentine eariy iwy iur a. i ""h" according to Carranza advices. This miles from the Mexican border, where supplements tne official report of Obre- , " is feared, two Americans were cap gon" which stated that he had defeated ' tured or killed in a bat"e11,SIT'X the Vilhstas in the fighting Saturday night between Mexicans and Texas and Sunday and had effected an impor- river guards and RS A JaSS?Z tant advance. Official Villa reports on named Bates and Joe Sitters, a river the fighting around Silao. sent by Diax guard, were missing when the i Amer Lombardo.lnlster or foreign relations, . tarn, , telephoned for help after they Trnm r-hirinnfaiia now admit that Silao " wwii w.- w ... - ?.. ...- i ,.. i Insr. Rev. t "" """.-? ' T .i IT-. rc n aiUrnn nn stata missions and the report of the social service committee. There was informal crewn or pmg nothing to be feared. The same f dlscusslon of 0, topics. The delegates ejection can be raised to other nara , .,. on nn automobile ride about the city The service tonight will be- obection can be ra p-vements. Tlie fact that a concrete pavement is nolsv is another objection raised. gin at 7:45 oclock and Rev Ralph D. Fi- fieM. of Texico. win ieaa ine aevouonai Will Yet it is no noisier than brick at any J Berrict Bnd Rev otis Hawkins time or any other pavement in winter , . f. ,,jaress 0r the evening. time I The delegates who have so far reg- Sull another objection raised is that 13,. are Mr. and Mrs Fenton J. coi crete will crack. Properly laid con- gpaldlng. of Albuquerque. Mr. and Mrs. crete rarely cracks, tut even if It does B a Ownby. of Lordsburg. J R. Own crack, It is no objection for the cracks . Dy of jordsburg. Miss Margaret Rig- can be filled with bitumen and sand v 1 th ease Shows How It's Done. The 'speaker, with- the aid of lantern slides, took his audience through the processes of concrete road makinc. The first essential, he stated, is proper drainage to protect the sub-base. If latural drainage cannot be secured. It -s recessaro to lay tiling along the aides below the level of the suu-base. The material of the sub-base must be nrifonn m size, and the crushed rock and sand must be clean, he declared, in order to get best results. In the mixing, he advocated the type of mixer that moves down the center of the work. To get best results, the mixing niust be thorough. The mixed material should be of a consistency that when soured it will stand up, requiring spreading. The water used should be free from oil, acid, alkali or vegetable n atter. 1 Building Concrete Road. "The sub-base should be flat, where the width of the road is to be 1 feet or under "Where the width Is over 10 feet the sub-base should be crowned ni--P!rhth of an inch for each addi tional foot width. The forms should s-le. of Lordsbure: Rev. Frank Talmage, or Roswell; George E. Beatty. of Carls band; Mr. and Mrs. J C Davis, of Ros well. Mrs. Sadie D. Wood, of Roswell: Rev J H. 'Whistler, of East Las Vegas; Mrs. J. M. Barrachs, ff Deming, Mrs. J. P. Long, of Deming, Rev. S. R. McClure, of Deming: Mrs. Myrtle Slevert. of Al buquerque; Rev. Charles Lemuel Dean, of Albuquerque: Rev. and Mrs. George J. Ruth, or Lordsburg. A large number of delegates are expected to arrive to night TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS THE JUGGERNAUT," ALHAMBRA. The Vitagraph Blue Ribbon feature, the first release of the big twenty rail lion dollar combination of the Vita-graph-Lubln-Selig-Kssanay companies, "The Juggernaut," Is at the Alhambra Vtoday for a three days' showing. This feature was oroduced by Ralph W. Ince. who produced the very popular film "41 J," .shown in El Paso some time ago. The production is presented by Earle Williams. Anita Stewart and a fine cast of players. This feature has met everywnere ... t.l. ..nhA al4Al alfAC be preferablv or metal, but if wood presentej and the theaters shoning it la used it should be protected from ha. A K.on nnahlp tn rcnmmona.te the warping bv angle pieces. crowds. The story is evidentlj founded Joints should e aroKdcd every 0 p iliaI)lred by the investigation of a ieei a-Tuao uro i " - wrtain eastern railroad bv the ieaerai e"ges should be protected with sott st-el plates. The spaces between ;o nts should be filled with tar paper, tarred felt or waterproof bituminous material. How to Finish. "In finishing, the rough places In the surface should be smoothed out with a wooden a bn has not been caotured. but claim a vie tory north of Guanajuato No advices of a continuance of the battle were re revied by representatives of either fac tion Tuesday morning. The rapid advance west from Monte rey of the Carrancistas will soon men ace Torreon, in the opinion of Carran cistas here. This move west tbey de clare, will haje an important bearing on the Silao battle, forcing Villa to make a decisive move or retire to pro tect Torreon. Zapata Falls to Back Villa. Rafael Zubaran Capmany, minuter of gobernacion. and Roberto Pesquiera. former confidential agent of Carranza, who is well known in El Paso, have just returned from a visit to Gen. Obre gon, south of Leon, Veracruz advices state. In an official report on the in spection trip It is declared that Obre- gon ami viua eacn nave aooui ,vw men. The report states ,that Villa has com pletely failed to secure the support of Zapata, as is evidenced by the fact that Gen. Pablo Gonzales, with a force of 1S.M6 men. has been able to keep Obregon's "90 kilometer line of commu nications from the front to Veracruz ooen. As showing the weakness of the Zapatistas, the report states that thel two officials returned irom racnuca 10 Veracruz on a train carrying more than Jl.eeo.Oee worth of silver ore and that the train was not fired on during the whole trip. Another Revolt Stopped.. Advicos from Veracruz also state that letters have been Intercepted showing that Estrada Cabrera has attempted to start another revolution in Yucatan, but that the Carranza commander there. Gen. Alvarado, has the situation in hand. Rafael E. Muzqulz, who was the first Constitutionalist consul in Rl Paso and who later was appointed inspector gen eral of consulates, with headquarters In the Mills building, has been appoint el director general of consulates by minister of foreign affairs Urueta. Muz quiz is now in Veracruz, where he will make his headquarters. hnrapn haul luHtn cantnred. Bates was a member of a band which killed two Mexicans in a fight two weeks ago Sitters, it iB said, has killed several Mexican outlaws on the border. For nine years. C L. Worden. book keeper at the Tuttle Paint Co, had been a subscriber for the El Paso Herald and had not missed his paper during all that time. Monday afternoon the paper failed of delivery or was taken by someone before Mr Worden reached home. Telephoning The Herald and asking for another paper, he received It and sat down to read the day's news shortly after he had eaten his supper. While reading the paper he dropped over dead, the paper in his hnd. Death occurred at 10 30 at the Wor den home. 1311 North Campbell street He had been suffering from ureamlc poisoning for some time but was not ill Monday evening, Cromwell Leonard Worden was born In western New York, and was 58 years old at the time of his death. He had been a resident of El Paso for 23 years with the ex ception of a few years he and hte wife spent in St Louis, about 16 years ago. For the past eight years he has been bookkeeier for the Tattle Paint & Glass company and, at one time, he was with the Waters-Pierce Oil company in El Paso. Son In St Loals. He Is survived by his wife, a sister. Mrs. J. J. Miller, of Wilson. N. Y, a son. Harry Ritchey Worden. of St Louis, a daughter. Mrs. W. H. Crump, of Tacoraa. Wash. The son Is coming here from St Louis and It 1 ot yet known whether or not the daughter from Tacoma will arrive here for the funeral. The body will be returned to the old home in Wlison, N. Y, where the burial will be made. Mr. Worden was one of the pioneer members of the First Presbyterian church, having belonged for more than 20 years. He was a regular attendant at the church services and was espec ially active in the Men's club. A ser vice will be held here in charge of Rev Charles L. Overstreet before the body is shipped to New York. The time for this service has not yet been set Because of the death of Mr. Worden. the meeting on the meea of the Pres byterian Men's club bs been postponed It was planned to have a moonlight meeting on the mesa, rim at 8 ocloc MAN WHO HAD LEGS CUT OFF IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION Elliott Polk, the aged man vho had both of his feet and one hand cut off in the union station yards last Thurs day, is reported to be in a critical condition at the hospital, and there is said to be little hope of his recov er Polk, who the officers are makni-C an effort to identify as Alexander V Orr. wanted in Los Angeles In connec tion with the murder of his wife. ias been mentally unbalanced since the - -cident and has been unable to tell a detailed story of himself. MEXICAN SCHOOL TEACHERS STUDY METHODS IN U. S. New York. Mav 25. A commission of 5S.Mexican school teachers, 11 men and 44 women, appointed by Gen. Carranza. has reached here, it was announced to day, to make a long and exhaustive study of American schools, colleges, universities and libraries with a view to adapting what is best in American methods to the education of Mexico. The entire commission is to remain in the United States not less than a year, and some of the members expect to stay three jears. Headquarters will be lo cated in Boston. ... Alfonso Cravloto. president of the commission, is to specialise in a study of American libraries. The other mem bers. It is announced, are to study school discipline, tne edaeatlon of ab normal and backward children, indus trial schools, rural schools and other subjects. DWILA'S CtRRAACISTAS TAKB MtCtOVA. REPORT Eagle Pass, Tex.. May 15. Vicente Davila. Carranza commander, is report ed to have captured Monclova. Coahuila. Monday, driving the Villa garrison of J0 toward Paredon. 1 . i 1 DAILY RECORD TWO GENERALS ARE CARRANZA VICTIMS Villa leaders Are Executed by Carranza 1 Troops Following Their Capture at Monterey on Saturday. Gen. Carrera Torres, the Villa com mander recently captured at Monterey by the Carrancistas. was executed Sun day. He commanded the Villa troops in the Monterey-Tampico campaign. Carrera Torres was about 40 years old and Joined the revolution under Ma dero He was appointed a general and oDerated in northern Coahuila and Nu- jie aeciarea ior tamnia ano Balldiiir FermlU. ' Victor Block, to baud ha adebe boon at Frutaa and Cesaaa atreew; mm"" , "to Barney Bros, to baud a brick benjrs tow on part .1 lota S art . block. 4J. Alexander addition, estimated coat 9C To George Beanls, to build a brick garage at 1H Alameda, street, estimated coat S1009 To" Mrs. Brane, to build a perch and make ' repairs at S1I Bsynor street, esti mated cost - To R. 1. Rushlas, to baud a three story snartmeat on lots 11, 12, 13. 14 and IS. Mock 24. Campbell addrtlon; estimated cost J2s.ee. To Frank Redgsrs, to make general re pairs at 514 South St Vralu street; esti mated cost $20. ' To H. C Sesreasea. to boild a porch and make repairs at 1M Bltas street; esU mated cost 1 Deeds riled. ' Sooth side ot Douglas street between Raraor and San Harris! streets J. M. Lnirford lo S. R. Emory, lots 22 sad 23. block let East E Paso addition, considera tion 5. March . 115. , West side of Mspper street between Wil son street and Stevens avenue Government Hill company to W. H. Hsntcrd, lots 7. S. 11 and 12. block Z. Government Hill addi tion, consideration ::. Msjr 3. IMS. ' south aide f Boss street, between Jef ferson snd Marr streets Lincoln rarx authorities some months ago. The Juggernaut is one succession of thrills throughout ending witn a most tann ing climax, where an express train crashes through a high trestle into the waters below. One person who had viewed this great picture, said that this rVgtarc,lcEWhDen ! EeKtS "Sit when theTocmTuve anS dge spanning tca&e When c-che. came crashing on the era Leon, became prominent as a leader of the i south, side f JihIbIhr n tha nnpt has sit atnsar-i t nrr I farenn anri 111 around Tarapico and Tuxpam-, follow- 1 BeaUty and Improvement company tx Celes ing Madero's death. He entered Tampl- tlno Gamboa. lots iandl. block 1J. Wa co when the town felL After the. coin Park addition. coasMeratMu, sm. Jan. Aguaseallentes conference he Joined: ""- Villa and later became a strong lu tierrez supporter. He skipped out of it" with coarse MOaTiSS It S J trestle, that the -" admiration and silence for a. moment followed by a great outburst of appre ciative applause. This picture will create a sensation In El Paso and will tax the capacity of the Alhambra. It will be here Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and the admission price will be twenty cents Advertisement BUSIIMN' AT THG IVIGWJJf. Francis Bushman and Beverly Bayne will be seen today at the Wigwam in a cracking good newspaper story, en titled "Thirty," which, as every tele grapher and newspaper man Knows means "the end." This Is a splendid romantic drama, and "the end" referred to Is the reporter's career as a reporter, for he becomes the owner of the paper and marries the heiress. There will also be a comedy. "The Strategist" on the bilL Regular prices will prevail. Special Thursday The noted vaude ville headliners, Pat Rooney and Marion Bent in "The Busy Bell Boy," will be seen Thursday. You will see some real stage and society dances in this. Pat Rooney and his wife are noted as being among the very best dancers that ever played the Orpheum circuit Adv. "A POOL THERE WAS." TODIT. "A Fool There Was" will be at the Unique today, tomorrow and Thursday, for a return engagement This picture has been brought back because the Unique theater could not accommodate one half the people who wanted to see it' when here a month ago. "A Fool There Was" Is the most fascinating pic ture ever brought to El Paso, and fea tures Theda Bara and Edward Jose. The play Is by Porter Emerson Browne, and is adapted from Rudyard Kipling's "Vamplre-'f The shows for this production, which is in six parts, start at IS m, 1:30. t:M. 4 Z, ., 7:30 and S e p. m. Attend the matinee. Admission is 25 cents. Advertisement necessary then to sprinkle as soon as possible. If the weather Is very hot it is advisable to first cover the con crete with a tarpaulin, then when it hardens a bit spread one-half inch of loam or dirt and seep damp for five days The road should be kept closed to traffic for ten days after the con crete is placed. In pavements over -9 feet in width it Is necessary to use re inforcing, unless a joint in the center Is provided. Plain steel rods or steel mesh are used as reinforcement" The average cost of laying concrete pavement in the United States, the speaker said. Is JL14 per square yard. whib is much cheaper than any other pavement he declared. In Wayne county. Mich, where the pavement was f jst laid in 1909, the average main tenance cost Is 92S per mile per year snd consists in repairs to Joints solely. Galveston Like Concrete. Mr Bowles also told of the work done at Bellefountalne. O, at Spencer, Mass, and at various points la the south, including Galveston, where 120.000 square yards of concrete pave ment have been laid and where S6.068 square yards more are to be laid. Ex cellent results have been obtained at all points, he declared.' Mr Bowles took occasion to show several views of the condition of the macadam road north of El Paso. One of the scenes showed a driver taking the side of the road In preference to the paved center. All the scenes showed dust in the air and broken places in the pavement The rock of this vicin ity, he stated, is admirably suited to concrete work, and the sand, if washed, Bill meet the requirements. Mexico City with Gutierrez and, having more men. 13 said to nave attempted to "double cross" him. He failed and went to Monterey and again rejoined Villa, attaching himself to the staff of Raoul Madero. He was prominent In the fight ing around Monterey when Pablo Gon zales attacked. He also operated around Victoria when Villa was at Monterey. Gen. Orestes Pereyra was also cap tured and exteuted . Monterey. Gen. Pereyra was a tinsmith in Torreon at the time of the outbreak of the Madero revolution and he was one of the first to take up arms against Diaz. With a small band, he captured Gomez Palacio on the morning of November 2. 191. and held It for a few hours, later be ing outnumbered by the federals and retreating. He declared against Huerta following the death of Madero and wa prominent in the battle of Torreon a year ago last April. Although Villa hsd twice threatened o shoot him. he 1 J l.tllt . .&.-A..CI. kt. aVAC I regard for the Madero family. A few I months ago he was sent to the Coahuila coal fields with Gen. Koeaiio riernanaez of Louisville street between RETAIL MERCHANTS TO MEET AND ORGANIZE ASSOCIATION Retail merchants of El Paso will meet this afternoon at the chamber of commerce to forn; a retailers' pro tective association The regular weekly luncheon at Ho tel Sheldon of the board of directors of the chamber of commerce was post poned Tuesday noon. The board will meet at the chamber of commerce this afternoon. DOUGLASS HIGH SCHOOL TO GIVE COMIC OPERA The Douglass negro high school will present "The Captain ot Plymouth, a comic opera in three acta, at the Texas Orand on Thursday night. Among the features will be an 1n 3ian war dance" a hand-to-hand con nect between pilgrims and braves, Prls f ilia and John Arden. dance of the sailors and maidens, the Indian squaws' 1 WARM WEATHER CAUSES FANS TO BE STOLEN FROM GEM CO. After the disappearance of SIM worth of electric fans during the past few weeks, the Gem Electric company. San Antonio and Campbell streets. Tuesday morning caught a Mexican in the act of walking away with a farr. He was arrested by the police and docketed as a suspicious character. He g.'-e his name as Alvarado Enriquez. BIJOU TODVV. A special Broadway Star feature di rect from the Vitagraph theater. New York, entitled. "The Breath of Araby," featuring Helen Gardner and Roger Lytton. will be the offering today at the Bijou. This Is one of the best fea tures ever booked by the Bijou, and is given by a picked cast of the Vita graph Studio Regular prices will pre vail. Friday and Saturday "Charlie Chaplin" will be seen In his latest comedy, "By the Sea." Advertisement KEYSTO.NE COMEDY GRECIAN. "Miss Fatty's Seaside Lovers" Is the title of the side-splitting, screaming, splashing seaside "Keystone Komedy" at the Grecian today. If you are out for fun, don't miss this. There will also be shown -on today's program a good two reel drama. "Rumpelstiltskin," the most delightful tl all Airy stories, will ne the special attraction at the Grecian Friday. It Is a picture for the whole family. Adv. ATTKXTIOX, EI.K'S. Important meeting tonight Be sere to attend. R- D- Barnujn, Exalted Ruler. T Advertisement) and. in an attack on the Carrancistas ". iis south of Laredo, was severely oeaten by Gen. Maclovlo Herrera. He then returned to Monterty and remained In that section up to the time of his capture. Ritnvh aidf. nskou snd Kentucky avenues Paul J Terry to Margaret 1L Terry, tots 22. 22 and 24. block . Highland Park addition and lets II la M Inclusive. Mock 8. Vsl Verde addition. It and other considerations; June It 11 Lou la El Paso Heights addition Bl Paso Heights Investment company to Leo Gee. Valencia coontjr. X. M-. lots and ?. Mock J J. El Paso Heights addition; consideration 12: May It 1115. Lots In Starrs Biases octavia Barlow to R. J. Smith, lota 4 and 3, block 7. Sierra Blanc, consideration J4. May la. IMS. Land in Yslets grant Amado Luna and vile et si to Karlqse Lobs, two acres Irinc on north side of the eeaaty road, connectlnc the old county road and the main count j road. In Tsleta grant; consideration 5408. April It. HIS. Land la Tsleta grant Slisarie Lrna et al to Amado Luna. 4 acres of tract Inherited by Enrique Lena from Jose Luna, In Tsleta grant, consideration : April II. 1115. Land In Tsleta grant Amado Luna et al to Enrique Lena. 7 acres adjoining- sur rey at Jose Luna. In Tsleta grant, coasidera itlon 11. May 2. HIS. Lsnd m Tsleta grant Amino Luna et ai to Jose Laos. Jr.. 9 6 acres about four miles above Tsleta, adjoining land owned by EUsario Lnna, conslderarion 91; May Prescription for WILSON STILL DETERMINED TO LET MEXICANS FIGHT "Washington, D. O. May 26. President Wilson does not contemplate any change of Mexican policy as a result of the report by Duval West his special commissioner. The president told callers today that West had not sug gested an embargo on exports of var munitions Into Mexico. President Wil son said West had. orally, supplemented written reports made during his Inves tigation in Mexico. West is understood to have pointed out that none of the Mexican factions seemed to have the. elements requisite to dominate the country and bring peace. SAYS VILLA WILL MAKE STAND AT AGUASCALIENTES San Antonio, Texas, May 25. Ad vices received here state that Gen. Villa will make a stand at Aguaseal lentes after having been disastrously routed by Gen. Obregon's Carranza forces at Leon. Villa's losses are placed at from 1500 to 3000 killed and wounded. CHAIDLRR DBMBS GUILT OF VIOLVTIG NEUTRALITY Is Angeles, Calif, May 24. Harry Chandler, assistant general manager of the Los Angeles Times, and soninlaw of Gen. Harrison Gray Otis, pleaded not guilty in the United States district court here today to charges of having violated American neutrality by enter ing an alleged conspiracy to send an armed expedition into Lower California. SAYS CARRANZA HAS MOVED IIBADQUAHTRRS TO PUEDLA San Antonio. Texas, May 24. Alonxo Thorea. a Veracruz merchant who has arrived here, says that as a result of bread riots and demonstrations In Veracruz against warfare. Gen. Car ranza has moved his headquarters to Puebla. He says the censorship at Veracruz is very rigid. c z e m a CARRAXZl TROOPS TAKE MONCLOVA WITHOUT FIGHT Washington. D. C, Vay . Car ranza forces have taken Monclova. Coa huila, without fighting, state depart ment dispatches today reported. Villa i authorities admR the loss of Monte I rey for lack of ammunition to defend ' it Lsnd la Tsleta grant Amado Lnna et al to EUsario Lnna. 1LC acres la Tsleta grant at intersection of eld county road with county road connecting the two county roads, conslderatloa. 91; May 3. ISIS. Lsnd In Tsleta grant Amado Lnna to Jose Gueraqse. 4Vi acres situated about four miles from the Tsleta church on a 30 foot road about one-half mile from public county rosd and 35 feet front line of supposed Bougan tract, constderatloa 91, May J. 1JIS. Automobiles Licensed. 3M5 J T. Robertson, 122s Myrtle avenue; five usasf nger Vulcan. 3c E. W. Andrews. 114 West Franklin street. E. M. F roadster. 3Ct7 H. D Clark, 117 Msgetfln avenue; Overland roadster Jtet F C Halt 1HI Xorth Stanton street. Metx roadster. 349 A. Carlson. 3211 Alameda avenue; Indian motorcycle. 3(1 W H. Goff, (13 saa Antonio street. Maxwell roadster. Deaths. . Jesus G. Acoeta. 114 Durango street May 24. aged one month. Run del Rio. l IL & a A. yards. May 22. aged eight months; burial Concordia cemetery May 23. Unknown American, near Gleee Mills. May 23. aged 65 years, burial Concordia cemetery May 34 Lnis G Lags. 141 Santa Fe street. May 23 aged 27 years, bsrlal Concordia cemetery May 24 w s. Patrick. May Zl. aged 55 years, burial Evergreen cemetery May 24. Daniel R. McCana. Martinez and Moun tain streets. May 22. aged 49 years, burial Evergreen cemetery May 2X Jimmle Redwlne. 3725 Texas and Pacific street May 22. aged seven years; burial Concordia cemetery May 22. Jsan Baca, eoonty hospital. May 23. aged 52 years, burial Concordia cemetery May 32. Robert Ernest WorthiagtftB. block 2. McKinley avenue. May tt. aged 34 years; burial Concordia cemetery May 23. Albert Richard Piatt, Tebra and Dunn streets. May 22. aged five years; bsrlal Con cordia cemetery Msy 3s. A. X. Stare, local sanitarium. Msy 2. sged 3t years, burial Evergreen cemetery May 22. Births Male. To Mrs. Florenclo Morses, 24 lSlh street; Msy 1C To Mrs Pedro Mesdoza, 1112 South Camp bell street; May IS. To Mrs, Candelarie Vasouez, 513 Plsdraa street. Msy 1. Birth. Female. To Mrs Jose Saurez. 13 CMbuahaa street: May 1. To Mrs. Manual Resendez, 305 Texas and Pacific street: Msy 2t To Mrs. A. W. CurUs. 3itt Douglas street; May IS. Licensed to Wed. J. K. Graham to Miss A. G. Uranaa. for 15 years the standard akin remedy a Hqnid used ex ternally tiulanlreUeffromltch. the mildest of cleansers keeps I tender and delicate skin alwaja dean and healthy. H SoapH Full worth roof In tr. 91. $1.25 anil 9LJM per roll. Ilnrton-LIoRO Co Phone 5Q dt rtlsemt-nt , .dcrut i tntj Home valley products are best for you. GnOCBKY STORE RODUOD OF GRAPE JUICE AND CIGARS The Home grocery. 1011 North Cotton avenue, was burglarized some time dar ing Monday night, and a quantity of ! cigars ana several Domes or grape juice are missing The cash register was rifled, but onlv a nickel was found j in i Kntsrance was gained throuph the ' tT k door and the store was preitj thort jfehH ransa. h'd- Our Distilled Water Is Absolutely Free From Chlorides and Nitrates IT WILL STAND THE NITRATE OF SILVER TEST TRY IT. YOU CAN MAKE NO MISTAKE BY TJSINGh-lT. ASK YOUR DOCTOR. The Purest Ice and Purest Water delivered to any place -within the city limits by OUR OWN DELIVERY SYSTEM El Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co, Phones 114 and 115. j,!!!!!!!!!!11'11"1111",! ipHiJillji !!I!!I!!!!I CHARACTER Person- ality. "When you meet a man you instinctively catalog him dedde for yourself just vrhat hind of a man he is and whether or not you're going to likehiny If he's -wishy-washy, or over hearing, or bitter, or loud, or effeminate, or dull, or uninter esting, you're through, right there. It is character that decides you. Beyerages have character. Some can't outlast a single meeting.. Others are -wishy-washy, ef feminate and uninteresting. You forget them quick. Others are overbearing too decided in flavor or effect. You avoid them. COCA-COIAhas the character, the personality of a fine, "whole some.manyman. It meets the ' palates of men and -women on this common ground. It. is pleasing -without being ef feminate. It is vigorous -without over doing it. It bears repetition -without losing the freshness of appealthat first charmed you. You be you man or -woman meet in this beverage those qualities that are admirably manly in a man. Instantly you -will decide that you like it for its character its personality. Time -will prove the soundness of your judgment. For 29 years COCA-COIA has been put to the test. Daily for 29 years it has passed the lips of the American people has borne the test of repetition -without losing its zest. For 29 years it has proved Its -wholesomeness its vigorous ness its deltdousness its char acter. You can prove to yourself in one glassful what 29 years have built into its reputation. (Deuclous J WS. ..&? wffff. -4VW wy Jouseari Arrov. tUna of Coca-Cola iiBiiniiiiitttf Demand the genuine by ruS name nicknames encourage substitution. The Coca-Cola Co.. Atlanta. Ga. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii ll!iillllfl!ili!iiiittli!