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EL PASO HERALD LIVESTOCK and RANGE NEWS
BIG SHIPMENTS IWILLSHIPSDOO COLLEGE BOYS PREPARE FOR WAR Splendid Example MADE ATODESSfli STEEHS TO GRASS Many Carloads of Cattle Shipped to Oklahoma '" and Panhandle. "''in . T(xn. April 28. Midland ' ii.iiev.i . uttlemon are making " v iiiinrnt of high (trade cattle. I r ,,, 'le flf lican shipments have been i iilcssa to Oklahoma and ni points during the past week. tin' shipments were 26 cars !'i liralum Jt Trice to Owen, i! II cars or heifers and steers to i" ut llalff Receive Fine Cattle. i M llalff has received 310 '.I and IMirhnm cattle that hfl i ir. hHned from S. It. Preston. Mr. i h.i fold a young bull to Oscar fi nnil Mldkiff has sold four bulls i: f'reston ihsihauer Cattle C(o.. has sold f " ristered bulls In El Paso at t I'lmK and he has sold Hardin . f. hi I'Kisifred bulls at HOD f. a u " i I' Tlntnson have shipped a car 2" "i- to Williams & Chlldcrs. it if' 'HI 'l(BR. LEGAL FIGHT OVER VALINDO RANCH ENDS, MIDGLEY WINS T ' ,. i. it Aria., April 20. A long ''' n i "ut controversy over the owner f1 i; of thr famous Vallnda rancho, a s itxh several thousand acreB In - mil located in Williamson val i n,is i nded wlien the superior court C 'Sjt.ipai Aunty gave judgment for i' n ..t H Midiey and Robert B. Mldg ! u.imii ;eorge A. Carter. ' j ' rr owned the ranch a number of i- in i!il 5 he entered lito an -uifnt to exchange It for property 1 imnerlal valley. California. Pos- s i"i w a gien, but after Carter ' it to California some of the prop- it n lipiamfl InvoHed In litlga- Hc returned ami resumed poases- " i .f V.ilmda A second agreement t . f "tried into but the Midgleys al- .i thit Carter refused to carry It ow ..'.I sued for possession of the LOS ANGELES MEN BUY INTEREST IN COMPANY ' ' m iv, rir. April 25. One of the i .ten i attic deals ever made In Arl- ... i vn" . loseil when John Marley and ' i ;tco -oiis. of Gila county, organised i Tit'o Kimpanv with a capitalisation o f.CVH'O'nad sold three-fifths of the F'.. 1. to o B. and C. H. Fuller, of Los clcs Steers grown on the Qlla ni tv i.uige of the Marleys are to be ' iprird to the Imperial valley farms of the Fillers for fattening Healthy Old Age Brings Happiness Simple Remedy Promotes Health By OTercoming Tendency to Constipation. .l.!ii mg jears impair the action of tl f i r a 1 organs. Old age should be the I . i :.'1 of greatest happiness, but good lip.ilih li necessary. Constipation -iiomi'l not be tolerated It Is often the .)::" t cause if ill health. llrail.u-he, Twlchtaig, biliousness, bloat. di owsii.eiB after eating and other i upturns of constipation can be ti.i.IiIv relieved by the use of a simple 1 ix.it ive compound sold in drug stores n d. ' tbi name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup eps,i'i Mr. J. H. Bristol, 1412 Geddes ,vc Ann Arbor, Mi oh., who is 83 years Id. Fan 'lir. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin i"! the l,. Kt remedy I ever used for con- snnatioM and j always have a bottle of ! n in the House to use when I feel the need at it; it never disappoints." Tt 'aid well's Syrup Pepsin Is a mild lixitive preparation, positive In Its ef frrt. arting easily and naturally with out gulling or other pain or discomfort. '' er i quarter of a centurv it has Veen the standard household remedy in i .1.1 audi of homes. Druggists every vi I re geil it for fifty cents a bottle. RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLES trains arrive and depart from Union '..ii n foot of Ban Franclico street All otn.. i. an. i departure given in 1 Palo or xnountalo standard time. SANTA FE. 'or Albuquerque. Denver, Chicago. Itos AiiEHes No. HC lv. 1:60 a. m.; No. MO at r. m Krnm Altroquwque. Denver. I-oi Angeles. r iiie..ico.o. in arvs. 10 a. m.; No. tie at e 'f. p. m T.L TASO SOUTHWESTERN. (Wenlrrn IMvlnlon.) fer Arirom and California No. : Ira, J ' . P. n . No, T at 7:4t p. m. l'rom Arizona and California No. am. T a. tn . No. 4 at 1:40 p. m. (Eaalem Dlrlslon.) For Kansas City. St. Louis and Chlcaco N. 4 1 ".5 p. rn.; No. 2 at 4-45 p. m. lor Turunuarl No. i lra. 7:9 a. m. From t'bicaao. St. Louis and Kansas City N. 1 an C.JO s. m.; No. at z:40 p. m. JYum Turumrari No. 7 arra. T:20 p. m. .. n. & S. A. AND 8, r. TRAINS. For Ssn Antonio. New Orleans and Wash Irclon -No. 10: lvs. S:4S a. m.; No. 10 at 10 3il p n 1-r.i'ii afhinzton. New Orleans and San . m-uo No s arvs. :! p. m.: No. 11 at It' i An una and Callfomla . No. J at t p. m. ; -No. 1 Irs. No. 11 at C l 11 I'i m Arizona and California No. 102 No. arvs 8 10 a m : No. 2. at 4:30 p. m.: 10 at 10 n. m TEXAS I-ACinc. For Pallas and St. Louis No. ( lvs. 6:10 a. n . No 4 at 7 p. m. T rr m st T,outs and Dallas No. 3 arvs. i I. a. in No. r. at S J6 p. m MEXICAN CENTRAL. n ti cinar arneauie. MEXICO AMI NORTH WESTERN. No r.-gular sehedule. JtJrEJtYALLEV TL ro-I.A MEHA auto Hoe. upper valley. ttphi nin. ir rain delivery leaves Herald or f i. iK.h woik day at 4 p. m. Fares from l-l Paso to the following points are as fol lows l-anutlll.'. Tic; La Onion atore, Jl.00: Chsmberlno. II. JS: La Mesa. JL0. Car I" n I.a 1..i for El Faao at S a. rn. dally. Tilophone :4;. La Mesa, N. It.. R. T. Hewitt XS CRl'CES auto line, for Mesilla valley rotr.t lesies Herald office each week day sf i.li V. m. Fares from El Taso to Canu t"lo. ?ic: Anthony. J1.00: Berino. U.2; arlo. Jj 50: Mesqulte, 11.75; Mesilla Park, f. 00, Lai f'ruees. $2.00. Leaves E. T. Johns N.s stsnd. Thone 145. for El Paso, at i . m dally. I LOjraKJALLJV IX X-ANO-CI.INT Wheeler-s car leaves Clint !'r El Pan. dally. Including Sunday, at 1:20 ii m. IMurnlng to Clint the car leaves j ho n.iaiii office at 2:0 p. m. Express ti 1 l. in ela carried. rKENS-CLINT-EL TASO automobile stage in. So.- th. lower lallev and enjov a real cod riiK Round trip fare to Clint 81 ?l: I .ihcni II 7'. Automobile leaves Kl Paso II. raid orfifp aach evening exi.pt Sundays 1 2 "ll"iK and return to Kl Pun hi e. 'ork Make reseratlons at The Herald Bffli jJIHZONV TtKl: THL (iREAT NCEMt ROJ,TK pa h. Ti ,t uioue to J'noentx via .11...... Mali resoriatlon t -l..i:. mmpany office , ..!,. Arion.i ths Do- 111 Nt t-sKMONI.LK automol.llibt.ige Fine Cattle of the Famous Long S. Brand to Be Fat tened in Kansas. Soash. Texas, April 23. Col. C. C Slaughter will ship about S000 head or the celebrated Long S steers to Kan- "as grass about April 28. From l-ong s Ilanch. This bunch of steers comes from the Lone S ranch, that has been In exist ence, about 20 miles north of Big Springs, ever since 1873, and as Col. Slaughter is a believer In Hereford's, they are almost pure bred Hereford. and will be In one straight mark and brand. Ileller In Kood Illood. Col. Slaughter, for the Inst 40 years, has used, exclusively, the highest grade, registered Hereford bulls, but occasion ally he ml$es In a few Shorthorns, to insure size and bone This, It is said, is the highest grade bunch of cattle, of its size, in the United States todav, and will bring fancy prices when put on the market. VAN HORN CATTLE SENT TO SOUTH DAKOTA RANGE! Van Horn. Texas. Feb. 25. A num ber of large shipments of cattle arc being made from the Van Horn coun try. During the past week D. Taylor shipped 201 head of cattle that he brought In from his ranch. They went to Belief ourche. 8. D.; T. II. Yarbro brought in 430 head of yearling steers from his Eagle mountain range which also were shipped to Bellefourche, both shipments being consigned to Donaghue & Co. James Dougherty has shipped In 38 fine yearling Hereford bulls from Colo rado City, Texas, to be added to his herd. FIRST SPRING LAMBS ARE -SHIPPED FROM YUMA VALLEY Yuma. Ariz , April 25. The first spring lambs ever shipped from the Yuma valley went to Los Angeles last week. Two car loads comprised the shipment and tlio price realized was highly satisfactory, benig close to ten cents per pound net to the shipper. TWO TRAINLOADS OF PLAINS CATTLE SHIPPED TO KANSAS Plainview. Texas. April 25. Two trainloaVls of fancy "four year old steers have been snipped irom Abernatny. near Plainview. to Kansas grass. This stock Is the property of the Spade ranch. i-u'ii MR. J. ,ir. BRISTOL. A trial bottle of Dr. rsidwell'n Syrup Pepsin can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington SL, Monticello, Illinois. line. Save one day between Globe and Clif-too- Leave Duncan 8:30 a. m.; arrive Sol omonvUle 11;00 a. m. Leave Solomonvllle ll: a. m.: arrive Duncan ::J6 p. m. Faro each way 16.P0. R. L. Iteld. manager. Dun- IIICKOK 1IOTKL and auto line. Entfe. N. M. Trips to Elephant Butte and Talomas aprlagg. Cars meet all trains. TULAROSA-MESCALERO auto leaves Tula rasa for Mrscalero, dally, j: round trip, fare to Alamogordo 2. D. W. Shoemaker Auto Line, Tularosa, N. SI. " f..1'11' ""oro and Kingston auto stag? and express line meets all trains Lir"'. ,v,,"y- Wire at my eipense for special trlpa anywhere at any time. Rates reasonable. P. w. Mister. Hlllsboro N M EI.,'VE,,J.CITV-5J0(!0LLO' ' "a, one way J7.60; round trip US. Stanley steamer. iJ?""S?'Kr cr- . W, 'T wrl,e ' reserval VJ ,J!Rht y'" ezperlenee Morollon road. mn citv n"n5, P- a Box 70S- rhmt ' s": LORDSllURO, TYRONE. SttVER CITT uto. leaves Lordshurg dally 1 p. m.. vll K": 8"ver City dally t a. m.". vli tViJi TghJ'n one w 5: round S5.W Ser City to Tyrone one way J2.00; round trip JJ.oo. Scott Oarage. Lords NJL Broadway Hotel., Silver City. I1L.1CK RANOE auto stage and express line. i?"!???r 8crv,ce leaving Engle and Chlor J.iIi.'Jal5r.t,c,t Sunday at 7 a. m. for Ele phant Butte Cuchlllo. Willow Springs and EiS?1' f'- ,ThreKh fare one way, 6; lnter 53 '; Potats, 10c per mile. Baggage car- . .. iwauua iree. excess cents pound. per BOSWELL-CARRIZOZO mall line. Psssen f V." '"Vine both Roswell and Carrl S. iJy. Sunday at 8 a. m. for Pica riniiS 'l0Ba- Uncoln. Ft. SUnton. m 5lWl,"rd Noral- Through fare one way, n.tt.. ,nte"nedlate points at 8c per mile. ?.ff.E "'rtg nn to 1JS Poinds. 60 KSi if . '!; Bxc" at lo per pound, Ros en Auto Co.. owners and operators. i2SlLE'I'-UrtM0GO,luo PMnger and rnenS-JSf "tomoblIes ltave Alamogordo n;?. 5- ". Westbound automobile leave Kosirell for Alamogordo at 7:00 a. m. Arrive at Alamogerdo at 4:1B p. m. Stops are made ?rvLe i"wlng points: Pleacho. Tlnnle. liondo. San Patricio, Glen Coo. White Mt. Thl'-..u ?'"' B!nt' Tularosa. La Luz. ioi. t fare one wy 1 Intermediate hfl.. ,e i?r ra,1- Twenty-five pounds aifiJL "J."5 ,re- Excess lc per pound. AlamoCTrdo Qwae. Alsmocordo. N. M. WEST TEXAS. OWEOO.Iim-VA x-wTiZn TTPTJV .. i -- ... wj.. auio mail .inc. si F ?f,He't Sundays. Fare one way JLiLgarihall. Proprietor. FoJrfUnhrJlT DAVJS Uto m" "ne 'lT iiVer , ta d"ljr and Sundays 8 a. in. Leaves 14.00. a x,. "7" 'J.-' "', .- ..... " ... avis, l'rop. line fc!A..,1'TA-IRANll FALLS auto mall Grand Iu!,Bu'n'1 V1,ta a- m- t.ltn ' Z Humble. Tropnelor. f!I?J B""-M1S, Lameaa, l. uT oi -""J ..ainraa. xex auio x,ine k in . brings dally except Sunday at L,r,'Vv!: "lvlng Urn, via Soash ami Partnbtrg. at U' noon, relurnlnir to Ble .. " "i Hr ., f3 30 one wa. trip i .mlth I'i "D.-. i i' Lk.t I f . ',& : '!r'!2--' .isW'.V " ' dmMffl!$m : Mgms lS " 'UMMmmi c ; r ." u . -atjflKv&Mraf.j ri.t. !i' -- zmscmm.-W:? .1 Havard Has Regiment; Yale Has Artillery and Aviation Corps. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 22. In certain American colleges, called "land grant colleges," which are supported In part by the United States government, a caricature of military J training has been compusory for many years. The students drill listlessly once a week, sleep through dreary military I lectures on which they do not have to , take notes or pass examinations, and forget all the stray bits of martial knowledge that happen to catch in their brains as soon as possible. The system has not turned out offi cers. It has not even produced soldiers, Army officers and college educators aiiKe nave come to seo mat n jb wrong. Presidents of universities throughout the country today are almost a unit in decrying the old type of compulsory drill and der'-anding preparedness measures of a ugher sort. Officers May He Seeded. If ever the United States has to raise an army of millions, it will be hard pressed for officers. An army officer. in addition to drill, has to know a lot of theory and "book learning." It is o be expected, ana the experience oi the past has shown, that these officers will be drawn from the better edu i ated class, the men who have had the advantage of intellectual training which enables them to grasp abstrac tions quicker than tbe ordinary com mon school product. Many American colleges will there fore offer regular courses of military study, counting as part of the work for a degree, to undergraduates next fall. As to drill and actual field exper ience, the record of the summer train ing camps shows that the young men can get more of this in a week of in tensive training, devoting his time to nothing else, than In tenfold the time over months In homeopathic doses of an hour each. But for the students who are really taking a deep interest In military things and do not regard It as a bore. military drill in college is encouraged. Hnrvard Ileglment Different. The new Harvard regiment, which Archie Roosevelt, son of the expresi dent, did much to organize, is far from the lackadalscal compulsory military organization which graduates of land grant colleges look back upon with contempt and dlgust. Each of the 1050 men in the regi ment has signed an agreement which reads, in part: "It Is understood that if I absent myself from any of the drills or other instruction without an excuse accept able to the Disciplinary committee my MILK The Superior Food Infant mortality is extremely high in this country. Dr. Jose phine Ilakcr, director of Child Hygiene of New York, states that the solution of infant mortality is 40 percent Pure Jlilk and CO percent training of the mothers. Wc cannot train the mother, but wc can and do furnish her with a clean, pure, safe Jlilk for her baby. We arc specialists in Baby Milk, producing same under the most sanitary conditions. Certified Milk under the super vision of the H Paso County Med ical Society. Casein Milk, made from the for mula of a great baby doctor and prescribed for infapts suffering from intertinal trouble. Special Milk, from our great herd of tested, healthy cows, bot tled and capped with a special cap that keeps out the dirt. Country Milk, only lOe a quart, made by the valley farmers, but bottled and perfectly pasteurized by us. This is a safe milk when pasteurized. Visit our dairv and sec for your self. El Paso Dairy Co. "THE CLEAN DAIRY." PHONE 340. 1111 sliows the membcis of tite baseball cage at t ainbi idge. Below member of the regiment: and R. S. er of the military movement in the name for the first offence will be placed on the bulletin board of the regiment and for the second offence. I w 111 be dropped from the rolls of the regiment and my name shall be puMisiud in the Crimson (the college paper.)" Discipline is strictly enforced with out regard to the social standing of the college soldier, and penalties are severe. Capt. Constant Cordier. U. S. A., has been directed to drill the regi ment. The course of instruction is the same as that given to men who enter the regular army. The regiment, drills inside the base ball cage in cold or wet weather: otherwise In the college grounds or through the narkwav. But besides the , drills Capt. Cordier and his assistants , KiVe a series of lectures On discipline, j driu and administrative organization. supply service, military hygiene and iiaiiiui tatiiLO, Jin tuning uiucit) aim map problems, tactical talks on the interrelation and functions of cavalry. artillery, infantry, engineers, signal liner, sanitary, troop trains and camp marches Later work on field fortifi cations and demolition will he added. Officers ppointPil. Tn contrast to National guard prj,c tici. officers will not be elected. They will he appointed by Capt. Cordier. not according; to popularity but for their efficiency. Wells Blanchard. manager of last year's footuall team, is one of lail learo. is one oi ., . it i in.- muni iii'ivc men in vigiaiiiziiiK i" regiment. At the present time R. S. Lund is the lead, r of the students in the regiment. H. C. Yin, a Japanese student, has joined the organization and is drilling industriously. Inlr Has Artillery. At Yale university the students in teitsted in army work have taken up the mote technical arm of artillery.' Then- are 4S3 men in the Yale bat talion. whKh includes four batteries. A li C and I) In addition there is the Yale aero corps, which will eoon be increased from 20 to 40 men. The aero corps has had several periods of training at Hartford on the new small navv dirigible balloon, the DK-1. This has heen made possible by the builders of the dirigible, several of whom are Yple graduates. The Yale airmen's trips to the Hart ford ai mory ha e been under the com mand of Senior Lieut. V. F. Slocuni and they ha e received Instructions from pilot K. J. Widmer of the Con necticut Aircraft company. Four Are Experienced Airmen. Half a dozen other members of the corps have had flying experience and four will study for their pilot's li cense this summer. Two members of the corps are familiar with the con struction of aircraft. These are H. J. Baldwin, of Saranac Lake, N. Y.. and Derby Weston, of Winchester. Mass. both of whom have helped to build flying machines. In the course of time the members of the Flying coins will learn to direct the artillery fire of the four Yale bat teries while thing o er the enemy's positions. Princeton university on April 13, by faeultv aition, decided to make mili tary instruction a part of the curricu- is WifW m Heir! rase, i This Js a Subject that Tin n nltrn 5n nil minds in all times. And it naturally di rects thought as to the comfort of the mother during that wonderful period of expectancy. Mothers who tnow rec ommend "Mother's Friend." It is an ex ternal remedy for tlio stretching muscles, en ables them to expand without tinduo strain, assists the organs to crowd against nerves, to pull at ligaments to tlm.4 nvnirt nntn. Thus restful davs are awnirnl. nonrefnl nights are experienced, morning sickness, headache, apprehension and other dis tresses are among tho various thing? which women, everywhere relate tbej entirety es caped by using "Mother's Friend. And by Its effect upon the muscles the form is re tained and they return' to their natural, smooth contour after babv Is horn- Get a bottle of this Invaluable aid to expeo I tnnt mnlliaro Ann .Trm.. ..-Ilf .. ' ....... ............ ...., niij,i,iai. win Buppiy yuu. It Is harmless but wonderfully effective. Write to Ilmdfteld Regulator Co., 1S r.a mar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for a specially writ ten guide lwok for women interested In tlio subject of maternity. It will prove an iiiTn r.dmn. It mntmns information that every woman should, know alj about. Write todav. T H?r "' fv "v rh embryo Harvard regiment drilling in the are H. C. 1 in. an cntbusiastic Japanese Lund, with Archie Roosevelt, the lead university. lum. The board of trustees took this action largely as the result of a speech delivered by president John Frier Hibbon on January 22, when he as serted that in the event of the United States becoming involved in war. young men who had not been prepared in military duties would be "led to the slaughter like cattle In the shambles." Other Colleges Start Corps. The University of Minnesota. Bow doin college and Williams college also have some degree of military training. Bowdoin has both a course of instruc tion and drill. At Minnesota, fresh man students are required to drilL New York university is about to start a student corps and a course of lectures. Cornell university, which has , the land grant college system may change its methods radically. ; CODE BOOK REVEALS SECRETS IN VON IGEL DOCUMENTS New York, April 25. The documents seized by federal agents when they raided the office of Wolfe von Igel gained new importance today through announcement that among them was a Herman code book. This code book. It is said, unlocked valuable information, since many of the Ton Igel papers are in cipher. f.vidence received by the federal . j . . - , - v: .. r sranu jury, invesiiaatinsr ine aliened ; 1. . rf&-... l. vi.-h j , " '' dhMtIr.!,th1, ? r?""d F""?1' .?"" ! IL"C' 'h .1?"?? btates district attor- nev today that the government can le gally aeny tne demand of the German ambassador for the return of these pa pers. Arthur A. Hassell. a witness. Monday declared that when von Igel leased his office here on June 24. 1915, he made affidavit that the rooms were to be used by him "as an advertising agent and for no other purpose." This evidence, the federal attorney holds, re futes the claim of ambassador von Bernstorff that when federal agents raided the rooms and arrested von Igel they violated an office of the German embassy. DETAILS AND ASSIGNMENTS IN ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY The following army orders have been Is sued: The name of First Lieut. Wills Shlppam, Hl.i.".rI1"r.7f "orp"- I' Placed on the Ust of f?? officers. nd the name of First .iut. h. f. Spurffln. coast artillery cores. i',rs" Jvwl threfrom and he Is re IJI ,'r.om, duty " Nor,h QrolIna Col itw I Apiculture and Meehinleal Arts, Vest RslelKh. ST. c. effective June 9. tiU'Skf; ? WhUp- Infantry. Is aligned to the 28th Infantry, effective June 22. (apt. J. l,. Slnr. medical corps, upon ar rival tn the United States, will proceed to 5L?!?r?e. Wrtht- Washington, tor duty. ond Lieut, j. H. Wallace Is assigned to the Third Field artillery. '" The name of First Lieut. C. i. Pelrce. ?,3.."ri"!,er,t'orp- '" ,r"1 on the list ?i.Sr ?"'? ""V6"" and th " of First Lieut. J. A. Brlre, coast artillery corps, is removed therefrom. -"' " J.h.e ."!?,"' ot rir" ,'ieut- s- w- ffperry, &ti!rr5.rorp''- '. plac,-d on tho t Tur t uc"n' and thr nam' of "tat Lieut. T. M. Oha.e. coast artillery corps. Is removed therefrom. "'. I iiVT fir " monts Is granted First Lieut. T. M. Chase, coast artillery corps. NO THREATS OR FRAUD SHOWN IN M0NT0YA ASSAULT CASE The mandate of the court of criminal appeals, reversim; and remandine; tho case of constable Domingo Montoya, charged with assault upon Josefina Her nandez, together with a copy of the opinion, has been received by the dis trict clerk in El Paso. In the opinion, written by judge Har per, the court holds that there was no testimony of either threats or fraud sufficient to warrant the trial court in submitting: these issues to tho Jury. It is held, however, that there was suf ficient testimony to warrant abbmit tinff the issue of "force." Other errors complained of were not considered, the court statins; that these matters would probably not occur If the case should be again tried. BIG SHIPMENTS FROM ALPINE AND VALENTINE Alpine, Texas. April 25 Heavy ship ments of cattle are be,ine made from the Alpine, Valentine and Sanderson country to markets and to pastures. During the past week 14 cars of cat tle have been shipped from Valentine to Hereford, the shipments beng made by Robert Mount to I'nci & Snyder. Carver A: Russell have slupped it cars from Sanderson to Oklahoma. Jackson llatmnn have shipped 21' cars of cat tle from Alpine t'i Kansas points and V II Ti'tM is .ithenr. Ins steers to nil ,m milrr lii lias ieiiic.l 1mm a noi-thern buer. of Electric Lighting Visit Rogers Furniture Store Kquipped throughout with Brascollte Fixtures and Type "C" Mazda Lamps. The Best Lighting Combination Known! Put Them in Your Store It Pays! El Paso Electric Railway Co. pLESj) ONE PARE AND THIRD for the round trip from Alpine and inter mediate points. ON SALE April 30th and Mav 1st. LIMIT May 8th. Chautauqua Ticket Day April 27th On this dav season tickets "will be sold for $2.50. Secure tickets from your local agent. The Only Fire Phone 96. G11TAWW GIVEN A BIST Big Meeting Last Night; Ticket Sale Wednesday; The Full Program. A meetins of Chautauqua commit tees was held last night, at which the plan of campaign for the sale of tick ets was discussed. There will be a big automobile pa rade Wednesday and on Thursday the sale of season tickets will open. It is expected to get rid of these in one day's efforts. Those viho fail to pur chase the allotted season seats, will have to pay regular admissions for the evonts when the Chautauqua opens, next Monday. The biggest feature of the Chautau qua, perhaps, will be the New Tork marine band. The Kaffir Boy choir Is Another big feature. The full program for the week's entertainment follows: Monday. Evening Opening: exercises and an nouncements. I. Scenes from Shakspere. II. "Carson of the North "Woods," Comus Players. Tuesdny. Morning Lecture, J. M. Brickson. Afternoon Concert; International Op eratic company. Lecture, "The Forces That Failed," Dr. Thos. E. Green. Junior Chautauqua King Arthur's Court. Evening Grand Concert, Interna tional Operatic company. "Wednesday. Morning Lecture. Mr. Erickson. Afternoon Artists' recital, Skibinsky Welch company. Lecture "The New Civic Spirit," Chas. Zueblin. Junior Chautaqua Stories of the Knights and Ladies. .Evening concert SKWinsKy-weicn ' company. Humorous lecture. "TaKe tne aunny Side," Lou Beauchamp. Thursday. "Music Day." Morning Lecture. Mr. Erickson. Afternoon Popular concert, The New Tork Marine band. Junior Chautauqua King: Arthur's Court. Bvening Grand Concert, The famous New York City Marine band, assisted by Donald Bouchler, tenor soloist Friday. Morning Lecture-recital, Francis Labadle. Afternoon Reading and impersona tions. Francis Labadie. Entertainment, Riner eisters. Junior Chautauqua King Arthur's court Evening Entertainment, Rlner sis ters. Moving pictures of the Mawson Ant arctic expedition. Dr. "W. A. Hunsber ger, lecturer in charge. Saturday. Morning Junior Chautauqua pag eant and children's picnic. Lecture J. M. Erickson. Afternoon Concert, Sequoia Male quartet. Stories of the South "Wood Briggs. Bvening Popular concert. Sequoia Male quartet. Popular lecture, Sylvester A. Long, president International Lyceum asso ciation. Sunday. Morning Usual services all churches. Afternoon Special music. Lecture, "Tallow Dips." Robert Par ker Miles. Vesper service. Evening Grand concert, the Kaffir Boy choir. I.rclure Subjects. Mr. Erlckson's lecture subjects are as follows: 1. The Jester in the Law. S. Jane and Jimmie's Problem. 3. Blllle the Tuff, Reformed or Damned. 4. Pep and Pot Luck. Band Concert. 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