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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, February 11, 1916.
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CHOLLIE AND GEORGE
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Alpine Baptists to Build
Handsome and Modern
Structure to Seat 80O.
DLFERS PIED
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lime. Texas, Feb. 11 Within the
r xt lo day the contract will he
nwjrdd for a new Baptlt church in
Mljino which, it is expected, will be
i ".' the handsomest and most mod-
i iiurch stru tin es In West Texas.
Aoriouncement h.n been made bv Rev
i n . s T Tnrtt. il pjstor. that $17,000
ci the amount needed for the now
cl ur h. has heen raised and It is con
B'Jfitil mough to wan.-nt beginning
in. ntiv church will he built on the
Hit. r thi present hurch building
The irrouiKi floor of the new structure
i , 111 . used for ihi' gmeral auditorlu-n
" i .1 sunla school rooms, which wil
tii .manged t" be thrown togethei
t in needd foi a l.irg audience. On
t r , , nnd floor will he large galleries
nr I t larBe purlins, with fire places,
t p uned for h.iaril meetings. praer
r c nigs anil otlm sm.iller gathering
itlng plant and Janitor quarters
TVnl I., in the biiHeimnl '
A. fm pipe ort-in will be a feature
In the ni'w chun h Seienteen separate
F indjv school rooms are to be provided
ery modem device for Sundav
I "1 work will he installed. The
d n I seating capacity of the new
h will be s" It is planned to
I
t i
ihr new church ready for dedtca
m tin' fall
To Unlnrce School nulldlng.
rnrtr.ut has hern awarded far .an
si 'litniii to the Mexican public tfcJlool
r il ling here The addition will cost
i n in and the contract was given to
tr nt'ir Oat man of Marfa.
Commercial Cluli llnnqurt.
The .lnnu.-il banauet of the Alpine
f i rren i il Uub will be held Saturday I
r ib lit Jim P Wilson will be toast
i iti r and toasts will be responded to
'. an Sickle. J. D Jackson, BenJ
H. i kelej. 1- 11 'Terrell. J. 11 Bentle.
i M Turner, judge Joseph Jones and
1 Brown The banquet will be held
at t!i' Holland hotel.
HITS niCYCI.H WITH AITTOJ
rnoMisus to pay a.mgi:s
bujcle ridden by Manuel Torres
- I idly damaged when It was struck
i '. a l'ord automobile driven by Manuel
r.-ina. Thursday night, at S oclock, at
.I land and Stanton streets
i'iri",t nan arrested on a charge of
i Kless driving, following a complaint
f lei it the police station by Torres.
i'e was later released on his promise
'' icpair the damage done to the
I I i,.
COIKT OP APPliAI.S HUMUS
MAU STKICUT III.K APPCAI.
New Totk. Feb. 11 The United
m itrs circuit court of appeals denied
ti ii the motion of David Lamar, the
o tiled "wolf of Will street, to re-
i st ite his appeal against his convic-
t on of impersonating congressman A.
Tn liell Talmer of IViinsjlvania, In an!
hot 10 neiraua J i' Morgan ana
nipanv of
tpoiation
the United States Steel
Jinr.E jack;ox is com:.
JLIHiR pitici; is
BACK
Tmige Pan If Jackson,
of the 34th
Utikt court, has gone to California
I UHitiess
Duilng his absence AV
1 1 ott e Is
on the bench as special
idi.i
Ju.lge P. R Price, of the -list district
nt lfturned Friday morning from
Tirfa, where he occupied the bench of
iiti let judge Joseph Jones for some
I line
V dollar saved by buying goods pro-urt-d
elsewhere Is a dollar thrown at
i ur neighbor's birds.
A"CREAM PUFF" MYSTERY
'to mmmi&0
PrcAodeace, it I. Another case which promises to be almost as sensational
a- the Mohr case, lias arifeii here. Mrs. Uattic Oakley, confined in tho woman's
r- fumiatory at Cranston, Aargetl with murder iii the first degree, lelicmcntlv
I. nun BcndinE the poisoned cream puffs that caused the death of Almand Vadc
on:i.ni.ur and the scrum illnesH of his friend. Henry Caeearaut.
'I am not guilt." MrB. ()aklc' firet words were almost defiant,
I hcu the jiitif ul little story came out bit by bit.
N-u.il jcars a Mr. Oakley met Henry Cassaxant. Their friendship crew
M.th tunc. They were seen everywhere together. Cassavant promised to marry
-Mm Oakley when certain debts were settled uj
ian,;7ua"t Wat8 ,Fr,;"ch' nd rnr peasant girl, one of hi, own people,
oon?t- "" "' "ntv b8n to d,vide "8 attention between the two
Mom.n Mrs OaM v jrn-w unhappr. een uie Mo
LWs,,,. of lh crpani "uff9-IIe - S
To days ht.r tlir., !,.am pHff ,ame to Ca-satunt by special mail de-
First Round for President's
and Directors' Cup to Be
Played .This Week.
This is the way EI Paso colters are paired
for match play in the first flight. Pairings
were made on the basis of the Western Golf
association schedule. Following the name
of each Player l his handicap and his score
In the qualifying round.
, ,, Hdcap, Score
1 Vance. Dr Jan t tI
v iaviu, ji. jt .....,,
12
Treat. G A
Worsham. Dr
1!
16
B. IL.
Dudley. W. E
Carroll w w
iS2
lu.lrt W n y
Hrottn Dr c P
16
6
i:
Ixmell. C
Dali. W
VWIroarlh. J. c
G eer, A J. .
1
II
Ts
17
Cochrane Dr A 8.
Petticolae VT. I
Cook. I K
Edwards, 1
.. 1!
1!
In the second flight these are the Dalr
Inga. Hdcap. Score
1 Shelton, W. II.
17 89
9 Kunston. K. N.
IS
187
5 Pajne, W. F k jqj
13 Kemp. Page 2 jj0
7 Ilace. AV. K. u 194
15 Gaines. W L 2 llo
11 Xiedwtge, 3 is ioi
a Harding. H. B i5 m
2 Brown. Tally 19 jo
10 IVlham E C T 1 " jjj
6 Illxison "W T 1$ jo
14 Ulmkhear 8 II 21 no
8 l'ruett, J J 19 jej
11. Hawley. A. I 24 no
12 Cox. A. 1. 20 10S
4 Hushes. K S lg 10
The grelfers In the consolation flicht will
play 18 holes medal play. In order to
compete for this prise players rouft declare
their Intentions before starling the game.
All matches mini be played on or before
next Sunday, February 13th This will be a
reneral rule throughout the tournament.
Failure to play means default.
Consolation Illtlit.
Score Medal Hand
1 Davis, Ted lis
31
1 Davis. Ted 112
3 Barrowa, V. H 112
3 Daniels, S. W 112
4 StUMt. N. II 112
5 Bears, C. A 11
Semple, It. C 114
7 ilaclllchael, IL R 114
8 Batton. C E. 118
9 MrCart, II 122
10 Allison. J. B 121
11 Burns, P N 127
12 Sltvenparre. S Z 129
It Hlnea. P. It 112
14 Drake, C. C 134
It Hart. Dr II. M .. . .135
16 Carr. I J 135
31
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38
38
34
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38
40
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40
40
40
40
MVITZBKI.AXI) TO JOIX
IX PUACI3 COXFEIIEXCC
Berne, Switzerland, Feb. 11. A meet
ing of 30 Swiss parliamentarians, after
hearing the report of Louis Lockner
and Harrr C. Evans, as delegates of the
Ford peace expedition, decided unanim
ously to favor the participation of
I Switzerland in the peace conference at
I Stockholm
Mr. Lochner said at the meeting that
Henry Ford had stated his willingness
to spend seteral millions of dollars to
promote the success of the conference
to which, Mr. Lochner eaid, all the
"neutral countries are sending represen
taties A Swiss delegation headed by
national councilor Scherrer-Fullemann
was appointed by the meeting.
The Eskimos are very keen domino play
ers and sometime bet heally, even put
ting up their wives and losing them.
Congressman Placed in Eace
By Friends; Fight is On
Between Factions.
Santa Fc. K M, Feb. 11. Another
candidate for governor aas been -announced.
This time it Is Benlgno Her
nandez, congressman from New Mexico.
Ills announcement has been made by
his friends and he is considered in the
race to stay. This makes the second
announcement of the Spanish-American
faction as Secundino Romero, of
Las Vegas, has announced for the nom
ination. ,
The American leaders In the Repub
lican party consider the announcement
of Hernandez a poor piece of politics
if the socalled Spanish-American fac
tion hopes to nominate a candidate. The
old Republican wheel horses are laugh
ing to themselves over the develop-
I
: ments tor mey say aj.i.t ... .. j..i-
ish-Amerlcan faction means the nom-
ination of II. O. Bursum or whoever
tne American eiemeuL m i. i. w uo
cldes upon for the nomination.
D.Xithr Born ew Alexlcnna."
A number of the newspapers printed
In, Spanish throughout the state have
been urging a Spanish speaking resi
dent for governor and have been plac
ing special emphasis upon the fact that
the different applicants for the nom
ination are or are not "native born
New Mexicans." One paper has even
referred to possible candidates as be
ing "foreigners" and outside the pale
of the Republican party. An equal
division of the offices between the
Spanish-American and the American
factions is demanded br another Span
ish newspaper of the north part of the
state.
WEATHER BULLETIN,
T. S. DEPARTMENT
HEATHER
OF ACIUCUI.TUKE,
nLUEAU.
Observation taken
at 8 a. m.. 7Sth me
ridian time (6 a. m.
EI Paso time ) Feb.
11. 1316.
Forecasts.
El Paso and vicin
ity Fair tonight and
Saturday; colder to
night. Xeir Mexico and
Arizona Fair to
night and Saturday:
not much change in
temperature.
Wet Texas Fair
tonight and Satur
day, colder tonight.
FIRST TH DWORCe.
COURT CHARde.
THEN TH'BARSEB
VilRE. eUAMom
EMTONSIEMENTS
Precipitation in last 2 Hours (In Inches).
eather at 8 a. m I
lowest temp, lait nignt. .
Hlgnest yesterday I
Tenia at 8 a. m I I
Abilene it c S( clear
Amarlllo 40 76 38 clear
Atlanta 48 2 4t ilear
Boise 40 El 3 rain
Boeton 14 36 14 clou.lv
Chicago 28 :c :i rlourU
Cincinnati 33 40 32 pt cldv
Denver 18 62 28 clear
Detroit 20 26 18 cloudv
Duluth 2 6 ; snow
ElPaso 43 80 43 clear
Galteston CO 74 80 pt rldt
Hare 2 ? 2 c!nud
JacksonlIle 58 60 58 clouc.)
Little Rock 48 60 4 fogg
LosAngeles 48 62 48 foggj
Nashville 36 58 3t clear
New Orleans r.8 74 E8 foggv
NewTorlc 26 44 22 clear
Omaha 24 26 20 cloud
Phoenix ii SO 48 clear
RapidCity.. ...;.. 13 2i
clear
Roswell 36
34 clear
St. Louis 43 (0 40
cloudy
salt Lake city 40
San Antonio 61
40 clear
&8 cloud
San Francisco 48 62 48 clear
Santa Fo 3 66 3( clear
Seattle 40 48 38 donl
Washington. ...... 34 46 32 cloudy
Wichita 40 46 38 rain
Tuma SO 86 48 clear
00
Below zero.
Kote- Amounts of precipitation of leu
than .01 of an Inch are not published berecn.
Comparative 1 TaM Precipitation.
Jan. 1 to Feb. 9, Inclusive, 1913 00 In.
Jan. 1 to Feb. . Inclusive, 1812 93 In.
Jan. 1 to Feb. 1, Inclusive. 1114 03 in
Jan. 1 to Feb. 9. Inclusive. 1918.. 101 in.
Jan. 1 to Feb 9. Inclusive. 1918 . . .66 In
Xormal, Jan, 1 to Feb. 9. inclusive . .69 in.
AA'nter Conditions, Hio Grande Project.
Height of
Water Behind Contents
Dam 6 a. m. Acre Ft
Elephant Butte reservoir. '. ... 80 70 404 827
Decrease In 21 hours 0 10 1 110
Flow of river at San Marcial. not reported
Flow from reservoir 1000 second ft
For Irrigation. Leasburg canal 300 second ft
For Irrigation. Franklin canal . . 0 second ft
For Irrigation, Kast side canal 100 second ft
For Irrigation, West aide canal 100 second ft
For- Irrigation, Acequla Madre
(Mexico) 19 second ft
Date, Feb 11. 1916.
Prince John of England has an edition
of "RoMnton Crusoe," the cover of which
cost 8180.
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CONFRONTS CHAUFFEUR
Doughs, Ariz, Feb. 11 Harold Mar
shall, chauffeur of an automobile in
the wrecking of which near here one
soldier was killed and six Injured, has
been taken into custody on a charge of
manslaughter preferred by assistant
county attorney Bruce Stephenson.
The verdiet of the coroner's Jury in
cluded a statement that the accident
was caused "by negligence of the
driver in not having his lights burning,
and we also believe he was driving at
a high rate of speed." The car collided
with an express wagon and turned
turtle over an embankment.
V dollar saed by buying goods pro
duced elsewhere is a dollar thrown at
your neighbor's birds.
Pear mr.kabibbie,
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SPORTS
Copyright. 1916 International News Service
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; CBLLE8E DEflflTE
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Two Are Members Famous
Freshmen Team of 1914;
Junior Prom. Date Set.
State College. N. II., Feb. 11. The
department of English has selected Ed
ward Wharton, Casper Ilea and Richard
Buvens to represent the New Mexico
State College In the Intercollegiate de
bate with the state university this
year The debate will be held In Albu
querque on March 4 or 6, when the
eolleee will unhold the negative side
of the question, "Kesolved, That fed
eral and state laws providing for com
pulsory arbitration are essential to the
adiustment of disputes between em
ployers and employes."
Tho debaters are members of the
Junior class, two of them, Wharton
and But ens, being members of the fa
mous freshmen team which represent
ed the college in 1914. All are ex
perienced in debate and oratory, and
are expecting to claim the honors fol
lowing the contest in March.
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Registered United States Patent Office.
GOUGES POLICE
MFTEiDlIS
Have Not Had Authority to
Arrest Drunken Men Be
fore; New Law Passed.
Las Cruces. N". 31, Feb. 11 For the
first time in the history of Las Cruces
as a municipality, drunken men can be
arrested by city police, whether they
disturb the peace or not Action by the
city council made this possible. Hereto
fore the sheriff and his deputies had
power to arrest for drunkenness, but the
town police were not given that au
thority. The council has passed an
ordinance enlarging the powers of the
police in regard to drunken men and
a number of arrests already have been
made.
Many Go to Denting.
Quite a number of people from Las
Cruces went to Demlng today to witness
the basket ball game between the Las
Cruces high school team and the Dem
lng high school team.
Added to Experiment Station.
As one of the latest additions to the
experiment station force at the New
AVHEX A FELLOW
GOES CALLIXGr.
. Mexico State College, R. V. Thompson,
a graduate ot me uregon Agricultural
college has been employed. Mr.
Thompson was graduated from the Ore
gon college In the spring of 1912
Thompson's work here will be mostly
in the station. He will build up the
department and do work over the state
in an attempt to place the hen as one
of the chief assets of the farmers of
New Mexico.
Sanatorium Files Charter.
Incorporation papers nave been filed
by tho Southwestern Tubercular Sana
torium association of Las Cruces. Fred
S. Hess Is named the statutory agent
The Incorporators and directors are
H. JL Bowers. Paul B. Barber, Fred S
Hess, William Palmer, jr., and E. L
Medlar.
Paul Roach has returned to EI Paso
after a brief visit at his ranch north
of Las Cruces.
Dr. George E. Ladd, president of the
college. Is visiting in Albuquerque and
Santa Fe on business connected with
the Institution. ft
DROPSY TREATED FREE
Dy Dr. Miles, the Great Specialist. tVho
Sends a S3.73 Trial Treatment Free.
Many Report Cured After Others Failed.
At first no disease Is apparently mora
harmless than dropsy: a little swelling of
the eyelids, hands, feet, ankles or abdomen.
Finally there Is great shortness of breath,
cough, faint spells, sometimes nausea and
vomiting, even bursting of the limbs and
a lingering and wretched death if the dropsy
Is not removed.
Dr. Miles has been known as a leading
specialist la these diseases for JO yean.
His liberal offer of a IMS Treatment free
to all sutterers. is certainly worthy of ser
ious consideration. You may never again
have such an opportunity.
The Grand Dropsy Treatment consists of
four drersy remedies In one, also Tonic
Tablets and Pura-Laxa for removing the
water This treatment Is specially prepared
for each patient and Is much more success-
fnl than that of most physicians. It usually
relieves the first day. and removes swelling
In six days In most cases. Delay Is danger-
0US" send for Remarkable Testimonials.
All afflicted readers may have Book.
Examlnatlen Chart. Advice, and a Two
Pound Trial Treatment free. ' Write at once.
Describe your case. Address Dr. Franklin
Miles. Dept DA. 1101 to 1111. Main Street.
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i
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If your stomach is in a continuous
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FOR U
Oil BAD STOMACH

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