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LIVESTOCK NEWS SOUTHWESTERN DEVELOPMENT.
IF1 CIS MO ILL Purchase of 51 Herefords by Midland Men is Notable Deal of the Year. Midland. Texas, Nov. 11. One of the most notable Hereford deals made by Midland cattlemen was closed when lowell & Jowell.'of Midland and Here ford, bought 50 Hereford cows and one bull from Gudgell & Simpson, of Inde pendence. Mo, for $25,000. The cows, oi which had calves at foot, sold at 34 no each and Beau Randolph, the fonr J ear old bull, was put in at $5000. Among the cows was AKce 3d. by the ' hampion Dandv Rex. the dam of Beau l:andoljh and one of the most valuable b-eeding cows ever owned in this hero. Sell 3ft0 Cnlir at 1. Mrs. M. 1. Riggs has completed the delnerj of the calf crop of her herd to B. c Girdley. The 300 calves were sold ..t So'l around. They were of the Angus TWO RANCH DEALS CLOSED IN ARIZONA FOR $70,000 Kinsman. Ariz-, Nov 11. State sena tor Henry Lovin and Roscoe Stephens have sold to John N'eal and G. W. Davis their cattle and range on the Big bandy- river. They held these cattle onli IS months and realised a profit of 20.000. ' L M. George has purchased the half interest of his partner, 3. N. Goodwin, In the Round Valley Cattle company, paying 550,000 therefor. A Simple Home Treatment That Has Brought Joy to Thousands Is tie Pamous Pyramid Pile Treatment. How badly do you wast relief? Do you want It enough to go to the email trouble ot mailing the below coupon for a. free trial of the Pyramid Pile Treatment? The Pyramid Smile from a Single Trial. Thousands have reported to us their creat Joa- at having been led to try this great treatment and at the re markable results it produced in their cases. Be fair to yourself. Give yourself the chance to get well. Mail the coupon now or go to- any drug store and purchase a. 50c box ot Pyra mid Pile Treatment. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANT. 31 Pyramid Bids- Marshall. Mich. Kindly send me a Free sample of Pyramid FftaTrcatnicnt, In plain wrapper. Kazne ......................... Street -. City ."?.. State. SGX3S Makes Stubborn Coughs Vanish in a Hurry Surprisingly Good Cough. Syrup - Easily and Cheaply Made at Home If some one in your family has an ob stinate cough or a bad throat or cbeet cold that has been hanging on and refuses to yield to treatment, get from any drae store 2 ounces of Jfinex and make it into a pint of cough, syrup, and natch that ecufa vanish. Pour the 2 ounces of Pinex (50 eec- worth) into a pint bottle and fill tee bottle with plain granulated sugar i syrup. The total cost is about 34 cents, !' and Rives you a full pint a family aipply of a most effective remedv, at a saving of $2. A day's use will usually overcome a hard cough. Easily prepared J in 5 minutes full directions with Pines. 7 Keeps perfect! v and has a pleasant taste. Children, like it. , Its really remarkable how promptly t and easily it loosens the dry, hoarse or t tight cough and heals the inflamed metn i braces in a painful cough. It also stops 1 the formation of phlegm in the throat l and bronchial tubes, thus ending the per- sUtent loose cough. A splendid remedv If Jot bronchitis, winter coughs, bronchial ; asthma and whooping cough. Pines is a special and highly concen- trated compound of genuine Norway pint extract, rich in guaiaeol, which is sc feral mg to the membranes. Avoid disappointment by asking your "Umggist for "2 ounces of Pines," and do not accept anything else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction goes with thie 5 reparation or monev hromptly refunded, 'he Pinex Co, Ft. Wavne, Ind. mm WHAT HAPPENS TO THE FOOD YOU EAT? Does It Ferment, Causing Belching, Sourness, Bilious ness, Nausea, Heartburn? Famous Stomach Prescrip tion yuicKiy .emas indigestion ana Ail Such Miseries. A strong sfonuch is the source of all' health, strength, vigor and physical perfection. nd it follows, that a weak, dlsar langed, overworked stomach; one that If ts the food lie and ferment within its nails, causing heartburn, sick head acne, sour food upheavals, biliousness, belching of gas and other untold mis eries of indigestion, is a menace to i our well being. For instead of giving- nourishment to the system it pis-es a toxic poison into the blood, if liuli Js first indicated by that all pone feeling, dullness, dizziness, loss uf sleep, bad dreams, etc, and the sufferer is started on the road to a general breakdown or nervous pros tration But. don't despair if you happen to be the unfortunate possessor of one of these poison factories. Just go to Kelly & Pollard or your nearest drug gist right away and get that great stomach prescription Mi-o-na. Mi-o-na is guaranteed to relieve a distressed, so'ur or gassy stomach and tan!sh all stomach misery, or money COBRAUTOS GflTTLEBDUGHT ! Cattle Movement Through , El Paso Brisk; Mule and j Horse Market Slow. Blooded stock for ranches in the southwest has been one of the noticea ble factors in the stock movement at EI Paso during the past week. A carload of thoroughbred Holstenis passed through the local stockyards during the week from Stanley. Iowa, to Yuma, Ariz., where they go to form a dairy herd. Two hundred fine bulls were shipped by way of El Paso for W. C McFadden from Mendote. Texas, to Globe, Aria. J. H. Nations has pur chased a large string of cattle from different persons in Arlsona, which will be Disced on his ranch near Mag- J dalena. N. M. H. L. Robinson and Gus Morris, oi w Paso, recently purchased 5000 cattle from E. C. Houghton, of the Corralitos Cattle company, of which number 1300 have been received. Horsea and 3Iules Slow. The movement of horses and mules is extremely light, but the Intimations that agents for the allied powers would again be in the market within a few months for mules and horses for the front may change this situation. Some hitch has occurred In the ship ment of 60,00 head of Terrazas sheep from northern Mexico, but it is thought this lot will pass through EI Paso soon. Cattle Moiemcnt Light. Because of the restricted trading be- f tween the two republics, the importa tions of cattle since tne nrst oi No vember have been very light. On No vember 1. V. B. Andreas brought In S head: November S, L. E. Booker had a shipment of !30; November J, L. E. Booker had a second lot of 130. The importations at Columbus, N. M., for ! the week Included IIS head for A. . Frederickson. J Shipments at New 1 anlft. I The shipments at the new Union vards for the past week has been ! hrinl? A irnAd nunv steers have been shipped to market and the shifting of stock from the depleted plains of Ari zona to the fallow lands of New Mexico and west Texas is still in progress. The record of this institution is: Palomas Land & Cattle company, from 'Hachita, X. M.. to the range. 1353 head: 46 bulls from Hachita to Hueco. N. M.: D K. "Warren & son, Hachita. X. M 1178 head mixed cattle to range. Gardiner Land & Cattle company, Amada. Ariz.. 1409 head of mixed cattle to the ranges: Stewart Hunt, Huahuacha. Ariz., 260 head to range: Coggin & company. Hua huacha. Ariz.. 435 head to range; John Russell. Hachita. X. M., heifer year lings, SSI head to range: W. C McFad den, Mendote. Texas, to Globe. Ariz.. 100 head of bulls: W. J. Cox. Hachita. N M. to Kansas City Market. 200 head of bulls: Clay, Robinson & empany. from Tucson to Ellsworth, Neb, 209 head heifers: Clay, Robinson & company. 260S head from Hachita, X. M to range: 32 head of Holstein cattle from Stanley, Iowa, to Yuma. Ariz.: Hooker brothers. "WIllcox, Ariz SR head of steers to the Kansas City market: T. J. Webb. Amada. Ariz, 253 head of yearlings to range; San Simon Cattle company. 60S cows and calves to Fort Worth market: 63 head of horses and mules for G. A. Gibson, from Deming. X. M-. to Florence. Ala.: 37 bead of horses and mules from Capitan, X. M, for Arch Parker, shipped to Ft. Worth; John Degnan, 100 head of mixed cattle. 6till in yard for disposition: miscella neous shipments. 22? head mixed cattle. At (lid Stockyard. Shipments and care, for cattle at the old Union stockyards during the past week are as fallows 26 cars of cattle for W. R. Franklin, from Arizona; eight cars for W. D Ellis, from Ari zona and marketed here: 12 cars for T. S. Kingsberry. shipped from Tucson to Shamrock. Texas: six cars for George Webster, from Soneta. Ariz., and sold locally: three cars for R. B. Ellison, from Arizona and sold locally; six cars from Mexico for L. E. Booker and sold IocalI; four cars from Clifton. Ariz, for L. E. Booker, one sheen shipment of SftO head from Salt Lake City to Comstock. Texas, and consigned to E. E. Strickland. CATTLE MOVEMENTS ARE ACTIVE IN VICINITY OF CANADIAN Canadian. Texas, Nov. 11. Livestock movements are active hereabouts. There have just been several train loads of cattle unloaded ani received at Canadian and Glazier: al?0 some 29 or 30 cars loaded and shipped to the Kansas City market. The Johnson-McQuidtfy Cattle com pany received and unloaded at Glazier about 750 head of Colorado cattle, over 400 head bein hih grade yearlings and the remainder cows. Andy Mc Kissen also received and unloaded at Glacier several carloads of cows. John Nolan, of Canadian, received at Canadian 660 or 700 cows, which he bought in the Pecos valle Ben Keller, of Kansas. City, received at Canadian about 500 Colorado year lings. During the past few weeks there have been several bunches of calves sold here, consideration varying be tween J 31 and $33. DISPUTE OVERQUARANTINE DISRUPTS LIVESTOCK BOARD Phoenix. Ariz. Nov. 11 Disagree ments o?er quarantine against Mexican cattle have caused a -serious split in the Arizona livestock sanitary board. One member, James A. Johnson, of Pima county. Has resigned, and a second. I. L. Dedman. of Pearce, is on the point of doing so. Johnson's resignation has not been accepted by governor Hunt. At a recent meeting of the board Dedman and Johnson suggested that the quarantine be modified so ae to al low cattle being driven over the line to railroad stations for shipment to points outside the state. The other members of the board refused to sanction this arrangement. back. It doesn't matter how long ou have suffered j this offer holds good. Anyone who has dyspspsia, whose food does not digest well, and who has to take thought of what he can eat. and when, can leave SO cents deposit at Kelly & Pollard's or any drug store and take home a box of Mi-o-na. and if this remedy does not do all it Is ad vertised ' to do, he can withdraw his money. This Is the strongest proof that can be offered as to the merit of the medicine. Mi-o-na is not simply a food di gester; it is a medicine that puts all of the digestive organs into normal condition and gives ruddy, glowing, vigorous health. A change for the better will be seen after the first few doses of Mi-o-na and its continued- use should soon give the power to eat most anything at any time and not suffer distress afterward. Don't suffer a' day longer with stom ach misery. Get a box of Mi-o-na and commence its use immediately. It's in expensive if it helps you and voui mone hack if it fails. What fairer proposition could be made? Sold b Kelly tt Pollard and leading druggists everywhere on this liberal plan. Adv. l"8e Booths Pills (Mi-o-na Laxative) for Constipation. A gentle little pill that never failus to regulate the bow els. Onlj 25c Adv. It SHIPMENTS TlMPtlS: Cattle From El Paso and Bites a Mexican Lad, Who Sheep From Carlsbad Re- j Dies; Many Dogs in the ceived in Large Numbers. , Same Neighborhood. Pecos. Texas. Nov. 11. Heavy ship- I A genuine mad dog is at large in ments of cattle and sheep are being the southern part of El Paso, where made through Pecos. During the past I dogs by the score roam the streets v eek many carloads of cattle have gone and are subject to his poisonous fangs, through here from El Paso and the Seventeen days ago today, the anl border country and a number of car- I mal bit San Marterin. a Mexican boy. loads of sheep from New Mexico. ; and made its escape. The lad was Among the cattle shipments were 31 bitten on the cheek. Fifteen das cars of yearlings shipped from the j after the bite, the lad developed ra W ranch of John Z. Means Cattle com- bies. Dr. E. D. Strong was called and pany to Plainview They were sold to j had the lad taken to Dr. M. B. Wesson. Cochran and were loaded at Pyote. j the local expert on rabies. Dr. Wesson Get is -Car From Rl raso. . administered to the lad but pro- Fenlev A Anderson received 19 cars of cattle from Rl Paso which 'were driven j to their range southeast of Pecos. i-our carloaos oi cattle shipped by A. J. Farrell from Saragosa were sent on up to Angeles. Fifteen cars of cattle were shipped to Iatatn by George T. Reynolds McCombs & Howell of Barber & Depp. jsieven cars ox cattle, purchase! ny were shipped out of Kenna. - F. B. Schwentke bought four cars of cows from Barber & Depp and shipped them to RoswelL G. W. Herbert shipped in four cars of cows and calves from El Paso which were bent to Hoswell over the Santa Fe. Sheep From tlarlabad. Of the sheep shipments were three cars-from Carlsbad. The shipment con sisted of 822 head and were sent to his ranch near Balmorhea. I Col. S E. Waskom shipped in T64 sheep from Carlsbad to Balmorhea. where they have been put on feed on his ranch. 125,000 SHEEP-SHIPPED FROM CAR0NA WITHIN WEEK Corona. N M. Nor. 11 Large num- j hers of sheep are beinir shioued from ' this section to eastern markets and to restock other sections. The sheep men from around Corona have shipped near ly 155.000 sheep this week. R. L. Owens shipped about 55,000: the II felds about 40.00. and among others were Lovelace. Warden. Wood. Snite raeier. Richards, Brooks, Willingbam and bpence. The cattlemen have also Ueen serd- ine out stock on a, large scale. J. R. Jenkins has sent over 1000 head of cat tle east and other big shippers are A. W. Colbough. A. S. McCamant, Melvin Franks, H. H. Herring. Bert Strope. i. A. Simpson. George Simpson and J. T. Martin. SELIGMAN CATTLEMEN SHIP MILLION DOLLARS WORTH Se4igman. -Ariz.. Nov. 11. Seligman now claims to be the most important cattle shipping point in Arizona. Dur ing1 the lat three months 00 carloads of ransre cattle, left this place o.ver the Santa Fe. Growers received more than 31,000,000 in cash for the stock. Prices hare been xetraordtnarlly high and the demand for cattle far'exceeded the sup ply. Many buyers who hae come here seeking cattle went away without be ing able to make a single purchase. CAUBLE BUYS FINE CATTLE IN BIG SPRINGS COUNTRY Mig springs. Texas, xov. ii. KranK Cauble, .who recently bought 80A ateer yearlincrs here, will return November 20 to receive 140 fine Hereford cows he has contracted for in this icln4tv. The steer yearlings bought by Cauble are said by local stockmen to be the best ever gathered in one herd in this count;. GETS 65 AROUND FOR ROUGH WINTERED HEIFERS Hereford." Texas. Nov. 11. Eighty head of yearling heifers have been sold by If. D. Rucker to Miller A Roberson. of Vega, at $65 a head. The heifert. were from Rucker's ranch. IS miles northwest of Hereford, and the price is believed to be the best on record in the Panhandle for rough wintered stuff, none of them having been fed. BERIN0 MAN TO FEED 35 MEXICAN CATTLE Berino. N M. Nov. 11. A. J. Ligot 1 foot has received a carload of rows and heifers, numbering 3Z, from Mexico, to ue fed on his farm near here. The . C. Moasman roundup is com pleted and a portion of the men have left for the Isaacks ranch. r n r.t,T,. ,,7T,. uutuiiLLU aun unid 600 HEREFORD CALVES Canutiilo. Texas. Nov. 11. Six hun dred head of H'-reford calves from Si erra RlsncA tiair hn rfplvd here I by Tolbert Bros, and plaeed in their feedings pens. W. T Tolbert will leave soon to purchase 1000 head more of the same stock. BULLS FROM MEXICO ARE s PUT ON RANCH AT VINTON fc Vinton. Tex, Nov. 11. Two carloads of bulls from Mexico, numbering 57 have been received here bv Mundv Bros and placed on their ranch to be laiieneu. KANSAS MAN BUYS 2300 CALVES IN THE PANHANDLE Amarillo, Texas. Nov. 11. Landergin brothers have sold 2J0 calves to F. B. Richmond, of McDonald. Kas. The calves were shipped out in .two bunches. LAMIl MIIIH.TS 1IEIV1 FROM 4JH MOIXEs-FOLOM DISTRICT Des Moines, N. M, Nov. 11. Lamb shipments are heai y from this section and 38 cars of stock have been shipped to market from the Folsom district 1 recently. The Doherty Mercantile company re- i centiy snippeu ln.oao sheep to Denver and many cattle are also being shipped from here. Telephone Girls Have Troubles of Their Own "Number"" murmurs "Central in those dulcet tones which makes ao many men wonder just now beautiful she is and if she would like, to go to a movie. "I-z-S." I "Dh-huh." You wait a moment or two or three, then something like a voice tickles your esc drum. "M-mm-btrr " Say, bishop," you begin. "I ahm this Is So-and-So ahm I want to get married tomorrow night and I want you " "Who you talkin' tor snaps over the wire. "Isn't this 1-2-jr It is and It's the transfer com-1 panv. "Oh1" you say. "Central gave me the wnong number. Then you look. In the telephone book and see that the Bishop's number ts 1-J-I and not the way you called. You have told a storv, on Central atnd after you discover your mistake you never apologize. Central gave you the num ber you called first, van know, and she was right. The girls who plug the wire connec tions in for Tom. Dick and Harry an-1 all their relate es sa the are blamei for more mistakes than a president or a school teacher, and for fully as many if not more than a street car conduc tor. Thev declare they are regular Adopted siMeri for eervbodv to la their mistakes on and neur et hae known of .inr one apoloEizm for a mistake in sating -Central gac me the wrong number." RAB!G DIE IT. uWEHDlT I nounced his case a hopeless one. as the poison had so impregnated the system of the boy that the slightest breath of air would cause him to go into con vulsions. The two 'doctors told the father to take the boy back home and that the would call on him yesterday. The ta mer gave tne iamiiy address as loots j g?uth stanton reet and left with the boy. Drs. Wesson and Strong spent most of yesterday searching for the boy and the father, but were unable to locate either of them. The neighbors. If they knew their wherabouts, refused to tell. Today they located the house. The lad was dead. "We found hunoeds of worthless dogs roaming the streets and alleys in the vicinity of the man's home," said Dr. Wesson, "and there is no doubt but that some of these dags were bit ten by the rabid dog which bit the boy. Rabies can be prevented if the person begins treatment immediately after the bite, but when they wait until the virus gets thoroughly into the veins, there is no cure." PENROSE FAVORS 48 DREADNOUGHTS FOR U. S. San Francisco, Cain . tsov. 11. Forty-eight dreadnoughts, one bear ing the name of each state, reorgani zation of the army and pay for the national guard were idea advocated Wednesday by United States senator , . ., a v. w. .-.....,.....,.- ' ths lith innuil pAntMiMiii nf in na- tional t?uard association of the United States. "We want a navy perhaps, second Letters To All commanleations masc bear nanw will b wltbbeh) If requested .UMVER lldlVX. , Editor El Iaso Herald: It is very evident that Mister Victor Dolan judges Americans by aU Irish men. M. B. Bulla. nuiiNt: nsTtii.s i. tbxas. Xentone. CaL, Nov. It. Editor El Paso HeraW: . coS. SPETwrS iST rieVLe In- Can a negro buy a pistol or gun. ac swer as soon as nossible Geo HilL Any pe"n of any race can buy a gun In Texas. Pistols cannot be sold, according to ar act of the legislature, to any person, black or white, but the dealers get around this by leasing pis tols, at their market price, for a period of S years. Editor. FITZRKR VLD, HKrHATED. ., . . n .. .. j ivqiior .i r-aso iieraiu . T .2.nte!!if2l,J0l--i I -- . - "-- . .. T ". s- .z." that representative Fttsgeralu'. of New York, who was so gentlemanly ? ana pleasant t?i when ne w-as here re- centfy with a congressional committee, Sr?4febi RjlorSKSiS ou,rrt'Ct.udyg.a.te?.?lcBJ??e&rrs! H( was defeated bv 700 votes where H' was defeated by 700 votes where i other candidate, o his ticket were '. other candidates o his ticket were all elected by many thousands. That is nothing to what we would do with mm here II we had a chance. "Observer. .wotiier a:mver to dolax. Fort Bayard. N. X, Nov. . Editor Kl raso Herald: As a nrivate of the "Fighting i Fourth" Infantry. I object most strn- , ,,. Wretch of the imagination, mean ously to such unfriendly utterances , -n p,,e to the North." The ex as that of tor Dplan. who calls the preseions "El Norte" and "El Rio del l. S. cowardly. Let the following None" are abbreviated forms of "El musuvub : mswoicu iniiu u w!houtJ,r'Judlce: ,. . ... T. ""'"S'O" "" Fther ! libertv. of liberty. Was Lincoln a coward? Human li berator. Was McKinley a coward? Relieving suffering. And now, is Wilson a cowarti in pro- lt?"jr.JE!!5 ... w..- ... .. .... . --"- - ju cunciuiiuu, am tor we fevraivrai, we want to fight and object to being called cowards. Private Fred V Brady. SOMETHiNQ HAD TO BE DONE For Failing Health of Young Daughter. Put Faith in Cardui and Glad Now They- Did. GeorgeteWTi, Fla. "Whoa I was about I 1 years old," writes Mrs. X C. Tucker, of this place, "Mr mother had me take Cardui.. I. .suffered great pain In stomach and back... I and ray ! ...... - mother both knew I must have some thing for we knew I was getting stead ily in worse health all the time. Before1 taking the Cardui. we had Dr. ...Ha treated me for about moi I didn't get any permanent re lief, so we quit bis medicine, and I began taking Cardui. I had got thin, and my face was thin with no color, except that it was dark, especially dark circles under the eyes. Then I had begun to bloat, in both, face and ab domen, the family feared I was taking dropsy. At the 'appearance of these 'dropsy' symptoms was when we felt we must have some change, mm got the Cardui, and I began taking it After the use of one bottle I felt much improved, the bloating had all disappeared, the pains relieved . T got well and healthy as could be. weighed lit lbs. Became a strong, well girl... Also it's the finest tonic for j oung girls I know of. " Vour druggist has raniui for rale Try it It may be just what j ou no U Ad ertieinent. 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Brockton. Max. THE FASHION to that of England." hf said, "but I myself favor the greatest navy In the world. We ought to begin by having a dreadnontrbt for each of the forty eight states of the union." ril.VIlRlil) WITH STEALING t23S. A complaint has oeen filed In justice J. M. Deavers court against Santiago Carres chargine- him with theft from the person. It is alleged that the Mex ican stole 238 from a Mexican woman at the Stanton street depot. Tne Herald the signature of tbe writer, bat tb MII.DIKHS MJ I-1TRIOT1SM. Editor El Paso Herald: Ve often read articles in The Her ald and other papera about the im portance of teaching our children to be patriotic. Everyone' knows that children and grown people, too. for that matter, remember more of what they learn by observation than in any other way. The schools of El Paso, I believe, are to give the children a holiday on Lib erty Bell Day. The two days follow ing are to be big das with our IT. S. soldiers. I have heard at least a doien chil dren say that they would rather see the soldier 'doings" at Washington Park, than see the Liberty Bell. I have a boy in school here and am just as anxious that be attend school reg ularly as an mother can be. but I believe 1 am voicing the opinion of an momers in isi iaso, wnen l sav I w1??ia "" ,' " children, an opportunity to witness the .Armv maneuvers at Washington Park. . Th7 would ?in knowledge in those iwo uas not 10 bc uouunea in Bcaqoi . i anl proud to be a citizen of EI p ror th. .- not another citr in the v & that can ,ve its Mhool children so grand an opportunity to 'w,t" uch important and interest- i S5. HS5L JZZr.,!?' " .' " :?;Z.,-.'.i."'l'"j:. SrL.73 ?i7.M.".Shl else in the world, following as it does. . . ..- " . r ... r -. D the patriotism aroused by the visit of the Liberty Bell. A Mother. HIO nitAVO DEL NORTE. Cditor El Paso Herald: Replying to the letter of "Old Scout' in The Herald of the th. I will .say ,... ot d.- v.t .- w- i k,o Urande del orte." "El Rio Bravo 'del Norte" and "El Rio Turbio del Nor,;' Just "as "El 1 Paso del Norte" "ta .kK..i..nj a-i n ji , an abbreviated form of "Kl Paso del kio aei :orie. etc. The word "del" means "from the," "in the" or "of the." so that "El Paso del Rio Grande del Norte" means the crossing of the Big River from the :.: " me aoorevuiea ionns. Americans seem to orefer to call this river the "Rio Grande." while in Mex ico "Rio Bravo" ts preferred. The name "Rio Turbio" occurs in a num ber of documents in the Spanish and Mexican archives In the surveyor gen eral's office in Santa Fe. New Mexico. Juan de Onate. the first Spaniard to cross the river at this place, in his Journal, under date of April. 20. 1598, referring to this river, says: "On the :oth we traveled three leagues to the Rio del Norte It rises and runs from the north, and from this it takes its name, and turns toward the east till it takes the name of Rio Bravo, after its Junction with the Rio Con chos and others " Under date of Hay 4th. he says: "We did not travel further than the cros sing of the river and the ford" (A quatro de Mayo, no andobimos mas a Rio y el vailo). in which passage "passo" and "vado" are clear ly synonmous, and from this inci dent this crossing or ford was known as "El Paso del Rio del Norte until the present town of Juarez was founded in 15. when the town was named "Nuestro Senora de Guadalupe del Paso del Rto del Norte" and this was speedily abbreviated to "El Paso del Norte." till the name was changed propriated the name and dropped the to uuavrez ana ci r-aso. Texas, ao- "del Norte." El Paso. Taa mleht well be called the "Ford City." as that is what the word "Paso" means in Its name. There is no objection to "Pass City." If It be remembered what "Pass means. The name does not come from the San Agustlne Pass tone "u." please), as some seem to think, be cause Kl Paso del Norte wtw named long before the San Agustlne Pass had a name - It may be interesting to some of your readers to know fhat the Mex ican congress, in mi:, passed a law prescribing that the word "Mexico" and its derivatives should be spelled with an "x" and not a "ja". that the Spanish "x" originally had the sound of English "sh. that the Spaniards represented the Altec "sh" sound by "x" and that the Alter name for Mex ico, i. c "Mexitl" is pronounced "May sheetl" with the accent on the first syllable. Henry O. Flipper. -T1IK tMKIIIC-AN INCONSISTENCY." Editor Kl I aso Herald: It was with pit that I read in The Herald an article signed by one Victor Dolan. who called himself Irish, and some remarks made at the First Chris tian church by one Dr Charles E. Athey. Let me in the first place pay my eoni plmienls to Mr Dolan One of his para Kranhs reads thus 'There is .10 honor left to the ome proud, haughn Ameri ian race Should the 1' P have a war tn her li uiN she nould soon see the m.i m'iii.ini would refuse to fight." ii mujgi i - .00 $4.00 & S4.B0 SHOES V ! r -. perfect organization and the Dest snoes m uie worm. wear as other price. Doug SOLE Af.ETS 216 SAX AXTO.MO Up to this stage Mr. Dolan seems to be right, and it is oip to the American peo ple to prove to the contrary- The U S. has had three cases where upon it has proved its cowardice and lack of honor. I am on purpose leav ing Mexico out in this case. The first case came up in the ear IMC when Mr. Roosevelt, "the hero of San Juan Hill as you Americans call him Just because he arrived at the San Juan Hill battle Jield three hours arter the skirmish was over, and was. therefore, made hero on this sole merit had the controversy with Japan how quick and diligently the V. S. side stepped and wisely avoid ed war with thr little olive colored Japs! The second case came up at the beginning of the present WMh'nrton administration and b chance and hard luck for Uncle Sam. with the same mikado's little people, and then Oh: It was great and no less comical to see Mr Bran, lu the name of the Wash ington administration and the AnArican people. n ins over me Anwrrcao -tinent, breaking aU speed records and landing on the fertile soil of old Cali fornia, to tell the governor and peo ple of this state what to do in order to avoid, perhaps, in an honorable manner, a disastrous war with Japan. It cannot but command one's attention, see how wil lingly the governor and people of Cali fornia accepted the dictatorship of the Washington administration. Summing up theie facts, we have a grand total of cowardice and lack of national honor and self respect. The third and by all means most im portant case came up and still remains alive, with the haughty and mighty kaiser of Germany and bis people who wilfully and with full knowledge, have sunk several American and foreign ships carrying American passengers. Here Is where 1 am going to deliver my most sincere congratulations to Dr. Athey. and ask him how many Ameri can and foreign ships carrying Ameri can citisens, should Germany sink to provoke a auarrel witn tne i. o- nav I tion? What have the American govern- i : num .nrt tH American neooie done in I nt anri th. American neooie oone in ; uiese most defying and insulting act. i : 0f Germany? Nothing DUt to seua in- j nutnerable "notes" to the Iron man of A-S.' wSiS notJ have been il3at. Bot oniy by the kaiser but filth. worlL and have served only ?J pt foI the pr dtsSoc well ' maSfested cowarde anTiack of na- i tional nonor.maa seii rwpeci "i " ! U. 9? Ji "" ."e.n'M? ?iT sioioir w wrait unui mr ima. aujo.b,, ana soreign snip curj nie m. .a., citizens is sunk and then with honor and daredevil braveness say: "There, you Germany, as I have no more ships. . you cannot sink am- more?" This re- I minds me of the young noble man who minds me of the voung nooie man wno gave the only shirt he had to be washed bv the river, and when the young man j . .1 ...k.Ae t. nM la washerwoman that he felt sorry for her. for, as it was the only shirt he had. she had lost her client. Now why is it that Dr. Athey sas 11 Americans have been killed when r-allt, there were only llwounded and unfortnnftteiv one of these died Ana unfortunateiy one of tbese died And whv is it that he asks how man Washington considers enough to pro voke a quarrel? Now on the other hand. Mr Dolan v th the rtfnrnition of Carranxa ha thitwm tti. v.iuntlir in all vour ! faces and asks the V S. to invade Mexico; to place Mexico under full mili tary control and establish a govern ment for Mexico And furthermore, he says with unparalleled wisdom I ') that to do so will be a humane act and one of good sense Now I ask Mr Athey. how many American ships and lues must Ger many sink to provoke a quarrel or provoke his patriotism and self re spect? And I also ask Mr Dolan. "Why don't he ask the V S. to invide Ger many and not Mexico? Germany has in tentionally and wilfully and with un conquerable haughtiness thrown the gauntlet manv times in the faces of the American people and still continues t- oeoD'.e and still continues t- do so in order to prov oke the American lack of braveness. lack of honor and lack of national dignitj : lack of pa- triotism and overwhelming cowardice ! Is it that Messrs. Athey, Dolan and . the majority or the American people honor, braveness. patriotism and self respect Is concentrated in the invading of Mexico, which is practically torn up" ; De la that th. Im.rlMi nation exnects ' to recover its lost honor, braveness and self respect bv invading Mexico, anu waxh away "the yellow streak." as Mr. Dolan says. What 111 has Mexico done to the V S. or its people Individually In case that there has any harm been done, in most of the cases, and I may say in every one-of the eases it has been done accidentally. for Instance, the falling of bullets in Douglas, can tins oe com pared with what Germany has done willfully? The only harm that Mexico has dpne to the American people is that she is too small a nation, without ay great naval power, whereas Japan and Ger many are great powers on land and water, but still in case that the V. S. nation heeds the wolf-like hnngry cry ing of Athev. Dolan and many others. who are crazy over tbe invading of Mexico and entirely itmore Japan and ! Germany, and call such aa act humane . and good sense, she might find the I Mexican soup a little too hot. J I hope that the sane and thinking j people of the--U. S. will excuse me for I going into such painful details, but as a j Mexican it is my duty to come to the Dolan want to be in the public eye by attacking and making Mexico its prey in such a cowardl and shameless way. SenaraL DKSY HOIS IRR 'UORKIM. A VV TIinOl'f.H HIGH SCHOOLS A frrou) of boj s are canvassing the ctly ellinK nui.eiu.ines or getting mag azine subscriptions, saying; they are high school students working thr war through school and trying to get mone. to go to collt-e; Principal V H Hughe of thp hih school. sai thu.t these to h.ne uj Lti nection with the high atnool. nrim-mk V 'fiBS-Jr??- um iy i'. 'huwh1.: : a Tfct Mmt.stMmjc'ritjf i iar Mr-' m iW '2?WLJr jm X4'M .-hit.:bi uiii k 'vwuav va 'jtsWk L"sa easa m v,jssk . s&sastesm ssasp - tjss8aas3'zz0x fa FOR MEN uyji W. L. DOUGLAS -a, fc WAS PUT TO "t WORK PECCINC Taw w..w-.w.. -j .. YEARS OF ACE. HE BEGAN MAN UFACTURING IN 1876, AND IS NOW THE LARr CEST MAKER OF S3.S3.50ANDS4. SilOu in i no WOKL.U. 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