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Monday, (Mnber 23, 1913.
EL PASO HERAJLD UUI HUEf BO? IS. KILLED Thrown From Father's Auto Sunday and Back was Broken; Wife Driving. w nil.- Manuel K. Chaves, a merchant. of Mesilla Park. X. m was en route tn El Paso in his automobile Sunday j afiernoon to make a purchase of shoes from a commercial traveler, nts five J a ear old son. Demetrio J. Chavez, was j bounced from the rear seat of the car j to the road and received injuries from 1 which lie died shortly after beinc car- ; t ied Into the home of T. R. Bull. Slv j Judge J. M. Deaver held the inquest and pronounced the death to be acci dental. Mr. Chavez, completely un nerved by the fatality, explained that he had brought his family with him for the ride; that Mrs. Chavez sat on the front seat' while the nurse, baby and small Demetrio occupied the ton neau. "We had a luncheon with us an.) after we had eaten Mrs. Chavez took the wheeL Mrs. Chavez had Parsed two wagons with hay when an other car appeared in the "J-? was compelled to run the achine ' the edge of the road. We struck a ro. k 'here was a jolt and my little bov must nave been thrown out The boy's back was broken and he .. .IT 11- Ininred. Dr. C J. D. Saxton was called and shortly after lus arrival at tne mm . j t urred. . . ., j i Th" remains were returned . v emng to MesilU Park. N. M- lor in- terment where the funeral was " Monday morning from the ja","; , hurch. The funeral was ?' " direction of the Peak tj"aer?JnIB. ! pany. The father of the Jn"f 8 P. 1 prletor of the Mesilla Mercantile com panr. . I Two Boys Hit by Auto. The two sons of W. IL Vance were j .,i,J.v h an automobile Sunday eve- ,r, while thev were riding on Mon- "". "" .il i..ri-tlon of ?" str"ee James, edliwas cut on neHnd wastaken to telDteu- i'-mS' and was' taken to his home. The Lto was driven by J. ""drS a.rested on a charge of reckless driv mg- The car is owned by BW" lS and is a seven passenger CaMOM erv-i- car The two boys were reported to be improved Monday morning. - . . -.J v uran t-tiucu uuvvh A be Martin Is A nested; Not Old Hoosicr Humorist TV. Abe Martin, alias Hugh Black-T.-...H was arrested by deputy sheriff ,1ohn nrenn Monday on a fugitive war ,ant filed In justice J. J. Murphy s court bv Arthur A. Stevens, deput. sheriff from Idaho, who arrived here Sunday. .. .. . The fugitive warrant alleges that Martin, alias Blackman. is wanted in J.I.iho NEW MEXICO WOULD SECURE LONG STRIP OF COLORADO Santa Fe. X. M. Oct. 25. After thorough Investigation. 4ov. w V IrDonald is convinced that New i. o has valid claim to a 250 mile strip driving from half a mile to "" wide, now claimed by the state M rolorado along the states northern boundary, the 37th parallel. The state w ill institute proceeding to fecure tne land, estimated to oe worm .. million dollars. . isciaimea inai ie ""- 'Y.i. 1 Svtnim " i. 1M .wnTfa ?wTi .,; bv H. B. Carpenter In SI, EUb7 nSneoua8- A 'rSolutkm nassed bv congress adopting the Car- neuter survey was vetoed by president I Roosevelt It is ' held thai Edith. i irtir and La cotraua. coiorw. ... Tightly be included in New Mexico. PISTOL IS VSBD '! RET .. rOItll AUTOJIOIIILK SKVDAT Ford robbery with all of the sc-nic effects was staged at the home of K. Martinex. Palm and Boulevard s-UTiua. Ignacio Moreno drove there f. cm New Mexico in a Ford car which h- had recently purchased. Uiien he left the oar at-his friend's Tif.use two men appeared, told Mar tinez that, if Iip Muck his head out o.' his house they would kill him and rliinhed the argument by brandishing a pistol. They then drove away in tftp auto T B. 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SfeRT sSsip mm& wk Here s the Last Now WriteYour Picture Play, THIS photoplay is to be used as a snide by contestants In The Her ald's $25 photoplay contest, both as to form of construction and for a general Idea of the character of the fctory wanted by I J. Burrud, to depict the story of Kl Paso. Any portion of this script may be used in your-story. The priie will be awarded to the photoplay that is the greatest improvement to this script, or one of some entirely different theme. judged best for use in telling the story of Kl Paso and us various industries. All manuscripts must be submitted not later than 6 ocIocK on the evening of October 36. TITLE. A ROMANCIS OF 151. 1MSO. By L. J. Burrud. Synopsis. Miss El Paso, a favorite of the wealthy Mr. Always A. Goodfellow. is interested in Mr. Goodfellow's nephew. Texas. As they are discussing young Texas, Mr. Goodfellow receives a wire accepting his uncle's Invitation to visit Kl Paso. Texas meets Miss Kl Paso at the Country club dance. Much interested in her. he tells his uncle that night that Miss El Paso has inspired love at first sight. Greatly pleased, the uncle makes Texas a proposition that if he can win Miss EI Paso, marry her and set the wedding breakfast in their own home. in one week, he will give them a check for $10,000. Texas accepts and begins a whirlwind courtship. MSS El pago, with the assistance 01 Tjexas's old college chum. Tom Get- there, and others, endeavors to make Texas.a a pjeasant one. They show blm the industries, environments, etc. of the city. Friendship ripens to love when Texas rescues Miss El Paso from the back of a runaway horse. They be- come engaged and Texas tells of bis uncI.s proportion. MiBS Ei raso. de- lighted, hastens the wedding prepara- tinna " They are married before a vast as- semblage of Kl Pasoann and fulfill the u.icic I in ciu.ii .i, .... .- .k......ri breakfast in their new home. Leaving shortly for a short wee-ding trip to the Elephant Butte dam. they become im pressed by the wonderful possibilities of this new irrigation project and de cide to invest the J 10.600 check In a valley ranch. The closing scene shows them com fortably seated before a cheerful fire in their new home. The bride pictures the i romance of El Paso, in a beautiful alle gory beginning with early indlan times to the present day. TITLE. A ROMANCK OF KL PASO. Cast. Time Present. Place Kl Paso. Texas. Mr. Wideawake Texas Miss Bonita El Paso Mr. Always A. Goodfellow. Texas's Untie Mr. Tom Settbere Mrs. Kl Paso, Miss EI Paso's Mother. . . Mies Brighteyes, Miss Kl Paso's Friend Plot of Action. No. 1. Miss El Paso's Home Good fellow. Miss EI P..FO. Miss Brighteyes. Tom Getthere on. Goodfellow reading telegram. Screen telegram. Mr. Always A. Goodfellow. Kl Paso, Texas. Accept invitation to visit you in El Paso. Leave Saturday on Limited Texas. Back to scene Uncle showing Miss EI Paso, Texas's photos. Mies EI Paso is impressed: all are glad Texas s com ing. No. 2. Union station Limited train pulling in. he. 3. Observation end of Limited Uncle Tom. eager to welcome Texas T bounds over observation ralL Exit carrying baggage. No. 4. Front Union Station. No. Leave in taxi. No. . Car on way to hotel. Knter hotel. ROAD IS NOW BAD BETWEEN LAS CRUCES AND ORGAN PASS Cbas. Vollertsen and family made a trip Sunday in their Overland car to Ias Cruces and back by way of San Augustine pass, going up on the west jtide and down th east. "The road be tween Las Cruces and Organ is fierce at present." said Mr. Vollertsen. They're putting on a heavy layer of loose crushed stone between Las Cruces and Organ, making the pulling uphill very slow and hard on tires. The east side is in very good shap and I would advise going up the east side and drifting through the loose stone on the down hill haul." SIX HOLD NEGRO, BREAKS AWAY, CAUGHT AND "CUFFED." Xathan Blake, a negro, after putting up a scuffle with assistant manager B. F. Fillmore of the 'hite House, was brought to the police station and dock eted on the charge of the attempted theft of three silk shirt waists valued j at zu. Rlake had to be held by Mr. Fillmore and five clerks until an officer arrived and broke away from the officer In front of the store, to be later arrested and handeuffed. The robbery occurred during the cir cus parade. A. ir. BA7.I.BY VIXS B.ll PORTERS' MOXKY COX'TBST The bank porters and barbers made their final report on the money raising contest at the A. M. E. church Sunday evening. The best report was made by A. H. Bailey, of the First national bank, who reported a collection of J 41. 60. The remainder of the list is as follows: IV. C. Mason. Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust company. j:' F. F. Hartfleld, Commercial National bank. U5.55; J. R. Rabon. City Na tional bank. J12.20; J. K. King. Texas Bank and Trust company. $11: John H Burton. El Paso Bank and Trust com pany. $5: John Slater, State National bank, $1.95: Fred J. Barnes, $3; Leroy "White, J8.85: C. H. Cavlness. $1.61. Bazlcy was awarded a hat as the prize. Barnes, "White. .Rogers and Caviness were awarded the booby prize. Ike Phillips was awarded a fine Bible for reporting $13.35. XKW CIGAR. FACTORY OPBXSt TO KMPI.OY 2.1 CIGAR MAKERS A new cigar factory has been opened by W. J. lightbourn and C. H. Roberts at 61 South Oregon street The com pany Is now working ten men and ex pect to add IS more soon. The tobacco is shipped here from Cuba. Mr. Roberts was formerly in charge of a big factory in Key West and says he came here because the field was a good one now and would get better soon. CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL DI1AN TO SPEAK ON CREDITS Elwood Mead, dean of the Agricul tural college of California, has written to the chamber of commerce that he will be here some time in November to make a talk to the chamber of com merce on rural credits and other farm financial matters. He was to have been here Saturday, but was forced to post pone his trip. He is an authority on farm credits. NEW YORK EDITOR HERE. A. R. Ruttensteln, editor or the American City, published In Xew York, was here Saturday and was shown over the city by the chamber of com merce officials. He has promised to put 11 Paso in his file for nil inquiries rr yarding tbe southwest. Suggestion; No. 7. Uncle's apartment in hotel Tom. uncle and Texas in re- j union. . Leader Uncle and Tom take Texas I imncr. n I'rrmll. -I'lncbrd. around to the chamber of commerce and 1 Because he had a dance without introduce him. ' permit. Saltino Ijina was arrested Sat- No. 8. llxterior Chamber of Com- i urday night by the police. merce President Orndorff and fellow i officers just leaving. Introductions: j ur. Ilaurhert. dentist. Mills bldg: ph. Sf they chat. i Leader President Orndorff: "Let rn Ilarberued Meats. 9 Texas. Pit 114. take you over to the city hall to meet mayor Lea and the city fathers." : Snt time you eat try the Turf Cafe. No. . Leave by car. drive them 211 El Overland fct through Little Plaza. Orndorff show- ing San Jacinto plaza, buildings, etc. Kugltlir Mercaoiit hilled. No. 10. Car stops: Orndorff pointing Charleston. W. Va. Oct-2 5. Bert Mc to Mills building. Insert: "That is the j dure, a merchant who fled from Mann, win- i...it(n ih. hn muijmu nf. 1 Loa-an county, after the murder ox nis ......O uuuu-un. "rof." r" .. . I fice building in the worm, un tnat I spot in 1S27 Juan Maria Ponce de Leon built the first home In El Paso. At , door." Back to scene Mills buHdinc j Vision Mills building translormtng i Itt.t. .a..!... 1...I1.!.,.. n ... .1... I to little adobe building on the river j bank, transforming back to Mills-build- j lB ' No. 11. Driving down Mesa avenue . No. 12. Exterior City Hall Party en- . ters. . I No. 13. Inferior Mayor's Office In sert. "Mayor Lea and city council. Back to scene. Introductions. No. 14. Exit Texas and Tom leave Onrdorff. walking east No. 15. Exterior Toltec Club Insert: "This is the Toltec club." Enter. No. 1- As- No. 15. Leaving club. Texas has visitor's card. They walk away. No. 17. Enter hotel. No. 1$ as 17. Tom proposes Country club dance. Uncle ..tiling. Insert: "You'll meet the charming Miss Kl Paso there. Texas." Back to scene. Tom winks at uncle. No. 1. Country Club Dance Texas meets many people. Texas nudges uncle's arm. - Insert: "Who is that peach?" Uncle looks. Insert: "Miss El Paso." Back to scene, v Introductions. No, Is. Texas and Miss Kl Paso dancing: mutual admiration. No. SI. Leaving Dance Texas. Uncle. Miss El I"aso. Tom, Miss Brighteyes and Mrs. El Paso grouped. Tom talk ing. Insert: "How about a little tennis at the West Ysleta Country club to morrow morning?" Back to scene AH accept No. 22. Uncle's Apartment Uncle and Texas on. preparing to retire. Texas is in love. Insert: "She's a dream." Back to scene, uncle happy, crosses to Texas, places hand on shoulder Insert: "My boy. it has been my life's desire that you would marry the daughter of my old chum." Vision, 15 Years Ago Two men seat ed In garden: little girl bringing them flowers. Back to insert: "And to help my boy If you can prove you're "Wide awake.' by winning this girl's heart marry and instal your bride in a home by next Saturday night, a J1.0 check is yours. i Back to scene. Texas thoughtful. "Done." he says. Leader Sunday. No. 23. Exterior Miss El Paso's Home All in car. start " .-, ,.. t. No. 24. valley scenes, isteia vwan- v i J try dub. No. 25. Tennis lexas ana hm r.t Paso too much absorbed to play. Tom drives them off the court and plays 8taNI ThexanBdrMf.seyETpase.- No" rrtV"- returning, driving "WiT ssSSZr oTrscerio to I show you how to write it You have the synopsis above. Try to write a story along the lines suggested In the synopsis, putting it in the form shown in this brier outline of the first part of the picture "script" If you have a better idea for the entire play, 'write a new one. The Herald will y for the ' ?" ?Ve makes tne cha best new photo play or for the best J '" M,ssoar.i1:l, u,hf h".?, thine A. ideas submitted for Mr. Burruds play. ,r whieh ,s tne best ,h,nB 'V ! Ta lor does. , 25 PROFESS FAITH AND 14 JOIN CHURCH IN ONE DAY Sunday was a great day at the Calvary-Houston Square Baptist church. Rer. F. M. McConuell spoke at four dif ferent services; at 10 oclock to the Sun day school; at 11 oclock to the congre gation on "The Bible and Its Critics." at 3 oclock to a man's meeting, and at 7:4S to a crowded house on "The Man Outside." A. F. Beddoe spoke at s:U to a mass meeting of younc people. There were 21 professions of faith, and 14 accessions to the church during tbe course of the day. A feature of all the services was the music, furnished by a Kreat chorus choir, assisted by a 10 piece orchestra, and directed by Mr. Beddoe, who sans solos at each service. This morning- Mr. Beddoe spoke at 18 J oclock on "Heaven's Inhabitants." To- nignt at . :ti ur. Mcconnen will preach from the text "The Fool Hath Said in His Heart There Is No God." Rev. O. J. Wade announced tnat tbe services will continue through this week and next, at 10 a. m. and T.iS p. m. MRS. J. T. S.VEI.U.1. VALENTINE YAIUMASTKIt'S WIFE, DIES IIERK Mrs. J. T. Snelas. age 48. died Sun day morning at 9, at a local hospital, following an operation which she un- J AtHVAM' lh v fr Ta1vt4' V t Cma1i & tj nciii coat. m. i iuaj . mi o. ijuriua w as the wife or the yardmaster or the G. I its approval oy us mirin as me prim II. at Valentine. Texas. Miss Stuart was gradually but none The remains will be sent to Ash-I the less surely initiated in the art of tabula, O., Tuesday, and will be ac- . holding up her end with her ' faanlon companied by Mr. Snelus and his sons able neighbors. A Girl of lsw-i-1-.T . . -...! -w c.-i.. iiav" ia Mublect that will be popular. a member of Rover camn. Woodman Circle, of Omaha; she had many friends in this city and elsewhere in west Texas. . . r'. JAMES HILL. nROTIIEllINLAW OF PHIL YOUNG. DIBS AT DALLAS Word has been received in Kl Paso of the death of James Hill, on Friday morning in Dallas. Mr. Hill was a brotherlnlaw to Phil Young, well known in EI Paso and now residing of Venice, Calif. The remains will be shipped to EI Paso for Interment, arriving here Tues day. The funeral will be in charge of Xagley & Kaster. Mr. II ill Is sur vived by hfe wife. MAN ACCIDENTALLY SHOT IN CT-mCAL CONDITIOS Fernando Bravo, who was accident ally shot on October 21 by a bullet from a pistol in the hands of Pedra Romero at I JO Kast Seventh street and wounded In the abdomen is in a dying condition at the hospital. Jose Perez, who sustained a frac tured skull as tbe result of an auto accident on the Valdespino bridge Fri day night Is also in a critical con dition at Hotel Dien. Y. M. c. a. maki.m; plans for INTERSTATE CONVENTION HERE Details are being perfected for the second interstate convention of the Young Men's Chritsian association, which will meet in Kl Paso from No vember 11 to 14. Delegates are expected In large numbers from New Mexico. Arisona and west Texas. Tbe convention will begin with a banquet and there will be daily meetings. Miaiciv wnitKiifa vritiKit on cox canyon road work uiouucrott. iN. Jt UCL S. A nnxe of Mexican laborers on the Cox canyon road last week delayed the road work untll new men could be employed. Th- strikers wanted $2 a dav and were nrnmntlv irnen their mi .inl told to quit New workmen were brought im,j,., ,. T ,. , ,v,-,,fl, to complete the woiU news brevities iiue Train llullctln. afternoon and night trains for ! today are reported on time. j Dr. ;ro. It. Wrlln, Osteopath. 414-5 Mills Bids, TeL 10TS; Res 1S8S-J. ..S1 j ,. .. i J .K. -K.ll-t-l wur nu i.CT n.. ..... -"-"-" ; of two other persons, was shot to death loaay in ucc-na, wjum.HK cu. , .. . ir. 4A caret Osteopathic Phys. & Sur. 302 Mills Bldg. Phone 4W2. Dr-Annn Kram. Buckler BW. over Blite. p-,. ,rit..,i fruits, game. Fulton Mkt iJiymenN Minion Movement Martcu Pitt.hi.r-r- ia Oct. 25. The Pittsburg convention of the National Laymen s Missionarv movement began here Sun day with 250 in attendance. Mission ary leaders were present from all parts of the United States and from many foreign lands. Home Made Paltry Pure Food Bakery Turkish Baths; 4 North Oregon. :oernor' Auto Struck, by Car. Little Rock. Arik., Oct. 2S. James Surridge, of Walnut Ridge. Ark., chair man of the state board of control of charitable institutions received proba blv fatal injuries Sunday when the au tomobile of Gov. Geo. W. Hays was struck by a street car. Grady Hays. 2 years old. son of the govenror. who was driving, was painfully hurt. I)r Lrnlje Hyde. Osteopathic Physi cian. 814 Mesa Ave. Tel. 212. Kodak Finishing: 421 Mesa. Ph. 79. Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary. J Dr. Jra W. Collins, physician in chief; ; Dr. M. Alkire. lady specialist: tr. i-an Gibson. 201 W. Missouri street. Tbey cured others. They can cure you. Knox Booth Die. Memphis. Teniu Oct 25. Knox Booth, former internal revenue agent of Ten-' neseee and Alabama, died at a hospital here Sunday. Death was attributed to heart disease. Dr. F. XV. Warren. Dentist, Buckler Btdg Fancy drecd poultry daily.Fulton Mkt llr. :'. T. Moore. 204 Banner Bldg. El raso Distilled Water Co- Pfc. 489. T.n,l.r tlnthn Wins in ISleCtlon. Johannesburg. Union of South Africa, Oct 25. Premier Botha and his impe rial policy gained, an important victory i c...h immr Ywkrllamentary in mc owu .r..,... w ." eleeti0e just concluded. Tne ootjbo. party elected 54 of its candidates, the RHi unloni.ts captured 40 seats ana , - Antonio to city halL THE "GILDED FOOL" NOT SUCH A FOOL J- to Sb.. t... he can do it Albert Taylor plays the part of a young- ioan this week at the Crawford theater and gets away with it. As "the glided fool" In Nat Goodwin's famous comedy of that name, his characterisation of tbe part is not as good as his devil in The gilded fool is not sucn a tool as he would eeem, since he picks Myrtle Hollingsworth. who plays Clara Ves v. to be his wife, considering Miss HolIIngsworth"s good looks. Miss Hol lingsworth does some good acting in the part of the capitalist's daughter, who Is trying to pull together the fam ily finances, and her gowns are as at trtttive as her personality. Taylor is Alfred Evelyn, the sup- j poed ev mark wttn a minion, wou proves that he has something in his head besides mayonalse dressing. It is a good laughing comedy and Taylor is again on the job extracting laughs painlesslv at the plasa playhouse. A duo of Italian opera singers Intro duce a pleasing novelty between the first and second acts by singing grand opera selections, including the famous prison song from "II Trovatore." TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS MARY rlCKFORD. It Is a pretty story that the 'a mous Players have produced. "A i of Yesterday" brings back to us Mary Plekford as charming as ever. The storv is a simple tale of how an old fashioned girl is molded to tbe ways of those who indulge In up-l.--da.te amusements. It provides excellent en tertainment. A crowded house at the Broadway theater. New lork. snowea - sj --. - .. - -- . not only on account of Mary lick- : A-i w. ford, but also by reason of the good acting of the supporting cast and its picturesqueness. Those attending this fascinating production, at the Alham hra today, are urged to come early, a seats will be In demand. Adv. WIGWAM TUB OLD SIX. June Keith and John Lorenx, two of the Bssanay stars, and a picked company will present H. Tipton Steck's very dramatic story of a woman's past, entitled "The Old Sin." at the Wigwam today. It Is in three reels. Tomorrow, another local picture is on the bill, showing people and places you know. The acting is good, the photography fine and you will be sur prised at the beauty spots within El j Paso's limits. ' WJauiiai- ia ttiA fall's ilramitic event. William Farnum In "The New Governor." a stupendous production. 18 POUNDS OF BLOOD is the average quantity in a healthy nault. but it is the quality of the blood that determines our strength to resist sickness. With weak blood we find cold hands and chilly feet; in children an aversion to study, and in adults rheumatic tendencies. In changing seasons get abundant fresh air and take a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion after meals, because Scott's Emulsion is a rich blood-food that will increase both quantity and quality o the blood while it warms the body and i helps carry off the impurities. When multitudes of people are to- day taking Scott S Emulsion to avert ,;!,- e.'iL,. J . :, :. . llmW Sickness, and are giving It to ihpir rliiTrlren. it it rfirelpss tr npclprr w .iuu. uwfc . iwi ouwumiu. ScutHtBowne.EloonificU.rr.J. 15-JS LOCAL AND GENERAL Advertisement . fntenndentfi returned five mem bers, as against II seats won by the HerUoR party and four labor members returned. MIlon Potato chips, ask you grocer. Dr. Bbert. dentist. 21S-218 Mills Bldg. bunny Mondny bluing, ask your grocer. Grading Street at Viaduct. The street cleaning force, including the prison gang from the city jail U now working at the railroad vtaduct filling In the streets at each end and cleaning up In the vicinity of the Mg span. Dinner Sir. Short orders. Home cook-ins- Moorheads. tlO E. San Antonio. Dr. J. ii.Steiena.DenUM.Rob-llM.BMg i,.n,r 1'loneer lliea. "fSAToet 25-0. Si Storra, 7 ,! chairman of the board of cm trol of the Colorado OM Soldiers and Sailors' home at Montevista. and a widely known philanthropic worker, died at his apartments In a local hotel c..i.., u was a native of Buf falo. N. Y., and had been a resident of J Colorado for 3. years. Pre.h gulf fleb, oysters. Fulton Mkt Ureek. Dentl.t, 427 1st Nat Bank Bloc. nra Charged With !?h.ip Lifting. Denver. Colo.. Oct 25. Four men and three women were placed under arrest here Sunday by the local police who ih. iwllof that they are mem- ebrs of a gang of organized shoplifters. Mission Macaron!. aBk your grocer. Dr, Satterler, Osteopath. 41 Mills Bldg. EI ri School of Beauty Culture, rm. 1, over Unique Theater. Phone 39S7. SUKprct l Hidden From Mob. Lakln. Kas, Oct. 25. Archibald Car los Sweet a farm hand, who surren dered to the county authorities Satur day night saying that he eared mob violence because of rumors that he .was suspected of knowing something of tbe murder of Miss Nellie Byers. was taken trom the local jail to a s.i t- late Sunday when it became known that bloodhounds had followed the trail I " " . T .-.. .ll.nt of the young scnooi iracucr -... to Sweet's bedroom. La ra Mexican Restaurant 113 - Kan. ML.Ion Noodles, ask your grocer. Dr. Carl Smith. 27 1st Nat Ban BWg i in.-r fleulUt Drowned. ! Denver. Colo, Oct 25. Dr. E. C. Riv ers, a widely known oculist and promi nent Denver clubman, was drowned Sunday while duck hunting at Barr lake, a private hunting preserve miles east of here. Sanford Denton a negro employe of the bunting club, who was guiding the small motor boat in which Dr. Kivers was hunting, was also drowned. otlce. To whom it may concern: This is to advise the public that H. I Young has no authority to represent the Western indemnity company or tb.9 El Paso Auto Supply company. Western Indemnity Co. V W. Bittlck, Agt. El Paso Auto Supply Co Come to the matinee. Do not risk be ing crowded out at night. This is the picture which drew 140.000 people at the New York Hippodrome in a single week. After first being rejected M" the National Board of Censors, this picture was resubmitted and ap proved. Advertisement. -THE PRICK OF HEK SILENCE. tures, and the most popular film star in I pictures, is featured at the Grecian to- j day in her greatest triumph as the . heroine In "The Price of Her Silence." i It Is a sensational play of society life. I the role furnishing her with an excep- , tional opportunity of bringing Into play the many dramatic and emotional talents with which she has been gifted. k. mm r MnM" i a powerful drama of sentiment, sacrifice and ad venture, magnificently staged. It is a picture that will leave a memory- " simply cannot afford to miss It! Shows start on the hour at regular prices. Advertisement. THE UXIl"E--n.. rcjMMAMjc." fourteenth chapter. will be shown at the Unique today, to- ; gether with the Pathe Weekly -; . This is next to the last chapter of "The I Goddess." which nas proven w "J " of the most interesting and beautiful serials over produced, and you fan"01 afford to miss seeing the last of it. The Weekly has some good war scenes, also the latest fashions for women. Next Saturday and Sunday. "The Shooting of Dan McGrew" will be here. This is a picture along the lines or "The Spoil ers." and a picture you will come to see a escond time Advertisement. LIBERTY BELL COMMITTEE ! TO URGE GOVERNOR TO COME Mayor Tom Ia has called a meeting j of the committee of arrangements fol- J the ioeny eu mnrBuun , .. vember IS to be held in his office at the city hall Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. &n.Anc tk matters that will come up will be the urging of governor J. K. I Ferguson to come 10 i-wu celebration. THE COURTS 41ST DISTRICT COURT, P. R. Price. Preidln3 Maria R. de Quesada. vs. F. W. Quesada. divorce: partition of property and custody of child: filed. C3TII DISTRICT COURT. Ballard Coldwrll. Presiding. L. T Bryant vs. Companla Minera (La Constantla). suit on commission for S1S.000: on trial. JUSTICE COURTS. J. 31. Deaver, Presiding. State of Texas vs. Guadalupe Her nandez, bringing- stolen property into the state: filed. State of Texas vs. Dolores Morales, assault to murder: filed. J. J. JIurphy, Presiding. State of Texas vs. P. G. King, speed ing: defendant pleaded guilty and was fined J5 and costs. State of Texas vs. W. Abe Martin, alias Hugh Blackmon. fugitive from justice: bond fixed at SSOOO. TRASH FIRM OCCURS IN ANGBLUS HOTEL CELLAR Burning trash in the basement of the Angelus hotel caused a fira alarm at i::30 Monday afternoon. The fire had been extinguished be fore the arrival of the central depart ment, but chief John Wray ordered the entire basement to be thoroughly cleaned of trash and boxes. POLICE ARE INSURED. All policemen now have their lives insured and are also protected against accidents. The Police Benefit associa tion met Saturday night with chief Don Johnson presiding and arranged for each of the policemen to carry J 1 000 Insurance on his life and an ac cident benefit of $17.50 weekly through the Massachusetts Bonding and Insur ance company. i;res I'nit ir..ooti COMMISSION. Suit for the collection of a commls- ! ln of $15,000. alleged to be dus en ; the Mie of xinc ore. has been filed in .the r.th district court by I T. Bryant , ngainst the U Cnslantlnia Zinc com- i pany of Mexico. tandard Grocery Co. 208-210-212 Mills Street. Phones 3532-3533-3534 and 3533. Chase and Sanborn's "Seal Brand Coffee," per lb., 45c; 2 lb. can 85c "Seal Brand Coffee is private plantation growth blended with genuine pure Arabian Mocha." Mesa Butter received daily by express 40c lb.. 2 lbs. for 75c Sunflower Eggs 40c doz.. 2 dozen 75c Moses Best Flour Best for Bread 24 lb. sack, 95c; 48 lb. sack 51-85 EXTRA SPECIAL Pear's Glycerine Soap Regular or Pear's 15c size cakes, on sale. 3 cakes Palm Olive Soap for We receive each morning and put on display the Finest Selection of - Fresi Fruits and Vegetables to be found in the city. FACT VS. Scientific experiments carried out by investigators of unimpeachable standing prove that Gas light positively improves the ak for breathing purposes under the actual conditions of use. The causes of this improvement are Ta acceleration of ventilation: The destruction of disease germs: Tna addition of necessary moisture. Gas right is best for the eyes because It is soft and mellow and free from stare: It does not contain the dangerous ultra-violet rays. LIGHT WITH GAS .rink Pure Water i ti . . PRESERVE Your Health Our Water is Distilled, REBOILED, Thrice Filtered. FREE FROM CHLORIDES AND NITRATES Every BOTTLE will STAND the NITRATE OF SILVER TEST. Phone 114 or 115. We Maintain Our Own Delivery System. El Paso Ice & IpprotJed Method of lc counting are strictly adhered to by the First Natioaal Bank and com prise the most up-to-date devices for the safe and prompt dispatch of banking transactions. ' Accounts subject to check are invited. The First National Bank EL FAS O , TEXAS Herald Want Ads Bring Results Jones Dairy Farm Sausage, per pound 35c Pancake or Buckwheat Flour. package l"c Mesilla Valley Pure Strained Honey; pint jar. 25c; quart jar 50c Log Cabin or Honey Brand Syrup; pint, 25c; quart, 45c; one-half gallon.. 85c Gold Coin Flour Best for Bis- suiu and Pastry 24 lb. sack. 90c; 48 lbs $1-75 Selected Ranch Eggs Received daily by express, doz 55c Everything We Sell Positively Guaranteed. ON PEAR'S SOAP. 25c size cakes On sale 3 cak ...... oUc 2 for fc 25c We are receiving dail$ fresh shtp menls of Nc& Fall Goods and m;I7 L.. MnJhfniT inn 10T arm ituvc ct....6 --- - yr Fruit Caes, Mince Meal, and etc. THEOR Y Refrigerator Co.