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F0RTSTIT1 If IDE Comes For Confirmation at Cathedral; 112 Given Sacrament. haplain G G Frund, of the I mled si ites public health Mriie at I ort hi inton, N M , arrived here Sunday to assist bishop A J Sibnlir and the other priests of the cathedral in the confirmation of tho class of 112 when this large class received the sacra ment Chaplain 1 rund is one of the lead ing men in the United States service and has done much to develop the public health service to its present high standard. He has many friends of all creeds and has a wide reputa tion in Washington where he goes e ii h a ear for a conference In connec tion with the public health service The class was confirmed at the cathedral of the Immaculate Concep tlon Sunday afternoon by bishop 4 J Schuler The confirmation service was attended by a crowd which filled the cathedral to its capacity. COAST ARTILLERY DETAILS ANNOUNCED IN ARMY ORDERS Tho following army orders have been Is sued The name of Pint Went B S Bennett, roast artillery corps is placed on the Hat of detached offioers and the name of First Lieut H. A. Schwabe, coast artillery corps. Is removed therefrom. By direction of the president. Clarence I' Tewnsley coast artillery corps, te relieved from duly as superintendent of United States Military academy. West Point, effec tive June 1. The name of Col. R. r Davis, coast ar tillery corps, is placed on the list of de tached officers and the name of Col C P Twnlej coast artillery corps. Is removed tsrefriiTn (Second Ueot. O R Cook, STth Infantry. is relieved from treatment at the Walter Reed central hospital, Washington D C snd h will proceed to Chicago for tem porary dut Capt R I Rees Third Infantry, will pro reed t.. the Walter Reed generat hospital. Wsshlngton D C for treatment L.eavts of absent Capt. M. C Mamma, eaxsiry two months. Second Lieut S, B Lane rosst artlll two months Capt. L. If Hawkins corps of engineers, one month ou wn aays sjRpu j k Ldnasey. cavalry, two months COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERS TO DECIDE SITE FOR BUILDING Members of the El Paso Country club mill meet this evening in the ballroom of the Paso del Norte to decide where the new Country club building will be located. A tntnsbr of the club favor locating the jew club building In the lower i alley, while others favor rebuilding the club on the site of the old one which burned Tuesday night. President h s. Potter has called the meeting for this evening to get a gen oral expression of opinion from the SS???!8 befo the site for the new lv,0e club is decided. pvt ix MLxnEimv trisej SOW .MTS IN JAIL CELL t,.rr?te?..',T,'',le s,tlne n ft mulberry f?tiJrL,CVela?d 1uare. Francisco 8?..,!5 ? waj',J'lac''i tn the city Jail !,VJ.-ar "enlnK on a charge of de- itZZ.,"J '"."'" "' -f I ISTtSsT, Tn'cV fl,,"rC0m,e,.l22 ""' rnau? ...... i.i - " .... ,c- t . 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Wood Brings, 'the stor teller from the south," who was on the Chautauqua program Saturda afternoon, made some effective appeals for prepared ness "There are two classes of people In the United States toda, both danger ous," he said ' the demagogs who are making capital out of nar scares and the "peace at iny price people who op pose all preparedness I belief e in a middleground I don t believe the men who gathered at Vallev Forge with Washington who sailed the Constitu tion with John Paul Tones or who shouldered muskets under Lincoln would sanction anv of this 'peace at anv price stuff Neither would the gallant leaders of our south were they I .n .j. I am a southerner, hut when tnv father and m fathers f.ither folded the stars and liars of the Confederacy, they handed me a heritage of patriot ism for my countrj True our flag Is made of bunting but when the thir teen stripes are placed upon it and the 48 stars are sewed upon the field of blue, it ceases to be bunting and be comes -Old Glory,' the emblem that should inspire us to loe of country above all else" Mr Briggs closed bv reciting the fol lowing original poem Clear as the call from the throat of a trumpet Over the waves comes the warning cr. "Stand to your hearthstones, ye men of America. Looses the sword hilt, the danger Is nigh." Lust maddened millions are straining to gether. Europe's fair acres are sodden with blood Rapine and Murder stands Gods to the na tions' Hear ye no threat in the oice of that flood? Why stand ye Idle, thus short of prepared ness Why stand ye ostrichlike, heads in the sand'' Think )e the pack that has glutted Its first lust Will pause in Its stride at Americas strand Provision the castle, send on to the tower. watcniuuy wait la a fortified keep Gird on vour armor, let fall th. rwir,.iii Rouse ye nowl Rouse ye from unguarded sleep! If ye be brethren one In a nation Strike out all hyphens and stand side b side. Pour aqoare to te world s winds, and this be your slogan, "One Countrj, My Country. None Other Betide. Kaffir Iloya Close Chautnnqua. The Kaffir boys- cnoir Drought the Chautauqua to a close Sunday night with a concert John Balmer. an Eng lishman, has them in charge and deliv ered a lecture upon Africa, during the evening Mrs. Elsie Clark, a pianist born In Africa of Scotch-German par ents, accompanied the boys on the piano and also gave a short lecture on the customs of the natives of Africa The Kaffir boys sang in their native tongue and in English, some singing solos. Several duets were also gien, irou ob me unuir numDers. There are 180.000,000 people in Africa, the lecturer declared, twice as man as in the United States n... , ic J?!"? ." ". Of the black race up sttia mere are Aiemn hum ..j .n li i.ii- .i..-':.. ........ ru iiiii- five hundred lllinn . ..i.. j .L iui.iuii iicuiiic iiiiu ine interv EL 17 Cent Charity Not Enough, Club Is Closed An atcrage of 17 cents per day s distributed I", Ins club to cliariU. ae cording to A. C. Clark, manager of the Aetna club, an organization of negroes who testified .Saturday in the in j tine twii suit brought b the state to close the club, as engaged in the sale of liquor m notation of the state laws Late in tbe afternoon the lury brought m a erdict for the state, and the tem porary injunction was made permanent Testimony m the case developed that for eTerj $9 of reemn. $8 camp from the operation of the bar and $1 from the restaurant run m cornice tion Clark asserted that the club was organised for charitable purposes and that the organization had been m cistence for six years. Tlie Aetna club, it was diiclopul in the hearing, had lieen closed l injunc tiou at the instance of district attorney V. V Dndgers, but had bo n reopened. blacks are multiplying faster than the. hltes. Kaffirs Itest Jtncc. He asserted that the black rare is a big problem for the world and that they were a people witli man) good traits The Kaffir race, he said, is the best physical race in the world, because all detectives are destroyed as Infants, only the perfect specimens being al loned to live They are taught physi cal culture in the form of native dances from the tir fiey are large enough to stand alone. J M Erlckson. superintendent of the Chautauqua, thanked the audience for its liberal patronage or this season s work and said they would be back next year under the auspices of the Itotary club, with talent equally as good as that offered this year He thanked the El I'aso papers for what they had done for the Chautauqua and incidentally for El Paso, "for the papers made this cbautauqui possible and therefore made it possible for jou to see this talent at seven and a half cents a performance," he declared He also thanked the com mittee from the Itotary club which sold the season tickets NOEL G. MORGAN KNOCKED FROM MOTORCYCLE BY AUTO Xoel G Morgan, assistant store Keeper of the cement plant, sustained sever bruises on the legs and body Sun day afternoon at 6 IS when the motor cycle which he was riding collided with an automobile driven by Mrs. W. C Lee, at West Missouri and North .Santa Fe streets. Morgan was taken to the emergency hospital by T. D Gilkey, a witness of the accident, and it was found that his injuries were but slight. ..i.-;iuiiik to me statement made by Morgan, he was west bound on Mis souri street, when the automobile driven by Mrs. Lee turned around squarely in his path, without a warning of any Kind. The motorcycle crashed into the side of the automobile and Morgan was thrown to the street The raotor clcle damage was about $75 After be ing examined at the emergency hospital Morgan was taken to his home, 717 North Virginia Btreet tho cnuioHs abr tiled AGVINST MVTS fclTNDVY. Two charges of unlawfully selling liquor and violating the state Sunday ordinance were placed against M Matas arrested by the police Sunday morning in a small adobe room in the rear of a saloon and billiard hall at 918 South El Paso street Matas wis placed in the citj Jail, but later trans ferred to the county authorities when a complaint charging bim with selling liquor without a state license, and in ..v.ji,.. i me ounoaj law was filed in the county court Several bottles of W Itls ali4 ea -II .... - ... were founrt th fV7 7 " " were found, the officers said, in the J "...i. aiau a BllJttll "lUJlTlTirV rT is h(.L... I to ning the hig St. and TWO corner s, begin Members New Orleans Real Estate Board 301 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. PASO HERALD 'C. H. B." Says Knows Where Disorderly Houses Located; Mayor Passes An anonymous letter writer, who Igns the initials 'C II P.." has writ ten to major Tom Lea, calling atten tion to a certain nouso in the citj where immoral practices are alleged to be carried on and asking why .be po ki nave "ot Included this place in their raids upon rooming houses Ordlnarilj I pav no attention to anonymous letters," said mayor Lea, but in this ease I wish to refer the writer to the police department as the Proper department with which to take up matters of tins' kind If "C II B reallv desires to communicate informa tion of houses operating in violation of the law, he should communicate with chief of police Johnson ' Mexicans Settle Baseball Game With Knives and Bats In a free for all fight aiming out of a decision in a baseball game. Jose ejirrera a laborer, wns knocked uncoil scious bv a blow over the head from a "Hi. Sllnd lf tasiTWu-Ti itrliili .Titan "fiitt tamez, Luig Perez, S. (iarcia, Juan Mar tinez and Francisco Montanez are being held in the city jail on charges of fight ing and assault, near the adobe town n tbe mcha, at 4 45 oclock. All six -Mexicans are in jail Juan Montanez sustained a severe cut on the left wrist S Oarcia. and Juan Martinez were docketed on charges of assaulting Montarer and Carrera. Lnrrera sustained a long deep cut in the scalp, which rendered him unconscious for over 30 minutes P- H. HOLLY'S BODY MAY BE BROUGHT TO UNITED STATES . P'1-. Holly's bodv w ill be brought . :"- .....u uwiica lui uuiidi il in:t ,. i?.tl?r Jnd si"ters desire it, and he will be buried in American soil Gen. i-rederick Funston gave permission to e Ta,s,rn,lrer H v Trollinger a friend of Holly's, to have the body brought to the border for burial providing his family desire it Mr Trollinger was with Hollv at his ranch near Ilustillos for two years and begged Holly to return to El Paso when the Villa raids starts, but Hollv refused Holly owned a small cattlo ranch and farm near Bustillos and in sisted upon staying there until he was rorced to come out, Trollinger states Holly was 55 years old, and had been in Mexico seven or eight years. His home was in Kaufman county, Texas, and he has five sisters and one brother living The sisters are Mrs. Howard Turk, of Oklahoma, Mrs Min nie Adams, of Dallas Mrs B Craw ford, of Crandall. Texas Mrs Joseph iivtvurr, ui airauora, xexas, and Mrs Marvin Harrison, also of Stratford The brother is J. T Holly, of Grand field Oklahoma Mr Trollinger has telegraphed to the relatives of the murdered man re garding the arrangements for bring ing the body to EI Paso, and It is ex pected that this will be arranged at once. CIIVItGEII AVITII PEUVIITTING HOIS TO I'LVl HILLIlItDS. Charged with permitting minors to play, pocket billards In his establish ment, Ramon Rodriguez, proprietor of a pool hall on South EI Paso streef. was arrested Satnnlsv nlcht Th ra rest was the fifth one of alleged violi- i tors or this ordinance to be made bv the police within the past week i Rodriguez was released on bond, peml- I ng nis appearance Derore judge 1'ai'I Thomas, in corporation court this af ternoon. -a . . .. , . "e nave inovea to lib xexas -r - Lea ell. ralm & Sherman, Real Estate ' aim iaBur&nce.--Auv. best bidder Cotton Ave. , FfftBDAY, SESSIONS DAILY 7:30 P. M. of El Paso and San Antonio Sts. at freauent at 1:15 p. - Cleveland Real Estate Board-National Ass'n Real Estate Boards I Texas Street Is Given Gasoline and Water Bath Light gallons of gasoline and a fom mill fire hose gave the intersection of Tews street and Mesa avenue an c pensive cleaning Saturday afternoon at 5 30 oclock, following an automobili collision in whith the auxiliarv tank of a Dodge touring car, driven bv J Dell, was punctured bv thee fender of a truck driven bv A Miller The gao line spread over the intersection and ran into the gutter An ilarm was then sent into the central station, the com lunation truck responding A line of hose was attached to the plug and the gasoline was washed elown the street before a match was droppid into it Bnth automobiles were owned by the 17 Quartermaster's department. SEVEN W0MEN ARRESTED; CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY Seven arrests of women on charges of vagrancv, and three men on gam ing charces were made Saturday night bv detectives in a raid on a rooming house at 70S South Oregon street Bir die Smith, said to be the proprietress of the place is being held in the city jail in lieu of a bond of J (00. while Klisa Martinez and Guadalupe Sanchez, young women are also being held on vagrancv charges E Curtis, A D Brown and Robert Fulton, were taken into cus todj on charges of gambling, and will be arraigned for trial before recorder Paul D Thomas this afternoon One hour later four additional arrests on vagrancy charges were made at 390 south Santa re street Amada mores, the proprietress, and three young wom en, Joseflna Munoz Dolores Marquez. and Maria Forms being found in this place. GRAND JURY INVESTIGATES AUTOMOBILE RAFFLES The grand jury now In session Is In stituting an investigation into the raf fling of automobiles and other articles of trade This action is being taken on the opinion of district attorney VT. AY. Bridgers and county attorney C AV. Croom that raffling Is in violation of the law There are at the present time a num ber of automobile raffling propositions unuer way, it is stateu, ana tnese are being conducted in violation of the law, TAG DAY ADDS $792 TO Y. VY. C. A. BUDGET FUND Tag day brought in the sum of $792 for the Young Women s Christian as sociation This sum will be used to complete the necessary budget for the vears work, and also to provide addi tional equipment for the new qarters and an electric sign to hang outside the new quarters The tag money was col lected by a number of the matrons of the association, who were posted at the various banks and business cor ners of the city throughout the day. nois sw tiiey Tiinatv box OP CIG RETS OFF MOTOR. TRUCK Admission that they took a box of cigarets from an automobile truck on which thev were riding near the ce ment plant, Saturday afternoon, was made Sunday morning to captain of de tectives J. E Stowe by George Wilton and loe McCormack, boys aged IS j ears Ptndins transfer to the custody of virs. Lmma v enster county probation officer the souths are being held m me ciiv jau According to the story the boys asked f)r a ride on the truck, as far as the iinener sion , wnere a quantity or sup plies were to he delivered En route to the store one (Jf the bovs stated that he threw a p-n kage of cigarets off the truck to on sidi of the road Thev ti-uck to orn m or the road They -it. r , ure Lack to the pot and cot ine dov recsardless SATURDAY m. and 6:30 p. m. Monday, BUNDLES TO BE USED FOB WEEDY El Pasoans Exected to Make Up Bundles on Tuesday for Charity. Tuesday will be bundle dav and the ssoiiated Chanties request everyone in the itv. who has anything useful that they do not absolutely need, to make all these things into a bundle nnd send it to the nearest school ' biiilding In their neighborhood Tues day morning. At the school buildings the bundles will be collected by members of the Associated Charities committee under Mrs Horace W Broaildu.s and taken to the headquarters Anything that ts usable will be welcome men's wom en's or children s clothing, hats and shoes, bedding of anv kind and any sort of household articles If it is im possible ror the housekeeper to send the bundle to the nearest school build ing, she is requested to phone Mrs Broaddus, No 1724, and provision will be made to collect the bundle How ever, all are particularly urged to send their bundles, if possible, to the school buildings, as it will greatly facilitate ther collection The clothing collected from bundle day will be cleaned, mended and put into wearing shape during the sum mer, by the workers of the Associated Charities, so that in the beginning of the winter when the applications be gin to come in to the charity head quarters for clothing, the association will have the needed garments avail able, and not have to spend money from the emergency fund for this work. CLAIM SHOVEL USED AS WEAPON IN AN ENCOUNTER Alamagordo. N M., Mav 8 John Wolters, of this place, is In jail charged with assaulting E A. Johnson, also a resident of Alamogordo The two men got Into an altercation and it is charged that Wolters hit Johnson over the head with a shovel, injuring him severely It was thought at first that Johnson was in grave danger but he now seems to be getting along all right, and his re covery from the effects of the blow is assured Johnson came here about a year ago, suffering with tuberculosis, and for some time his health has been such as not to permit him to do much active work Wolters has for some years been a resident of Alamogordo, making his home in College addition. PRECINCT MEETING IS HELD AT ALAMOGORDO Alamogordo, X M, May 8. The Democrats of precinct No 1 Otero coun ty, Alamogordo, met Saturday night at the court house and elected delegates to the county convention, to be held in June The exact date for the county convention has not yet been set W. B. Murrell, precinct chairman, called the meeting to order E. E. Funk was elect ed secretary Alamogordo is entitled to nine delegates in the county convention. The delegates selected are as follows. G M Tower. TV. B. Murrell. G. B. Mof fett, C H. Haynes. Charles Moore, C A. Pennington, James L. Law son. Lee R. lorK. 1 nomas OReiny CAIII) OF TIIlMvS. We desire to thank the B p O E. 187, and other friends for their kind ness and for f lor il offerings at the burial of our so i and I rother, Hugh Keavlain Mr and Vr A V Brunswick, Thad Keavlain Paul Keavlain. Mrs. Syraco- i Tltz, Mrs. D V, Prather Adv of orice. Sale takes Telephones 4480 2280 May 3, 1916. PABMG RULES E STRINGENT Police to Begin Enforcing. New Automobile Park ing Rule Tuesday. Tuesday the new automobile park ing regulations, as formulated by the police, will become effective Chief of police Don Johnson has prepared a schedule of the streets where parking will be permitted, and has instructed all of his traffic offi cers to see that the new police regu lations are enforced Cars will be permitted to park for a period not longer than 20 minutes on San vntonio street, from Kl Paso to Stanton street, on Mills street from the Sheldon to Mesa avenue, Oregon street from the G II. tracks to Over land street, and South El Paso street, from Pioneer plaza to Overland street. Most lie at Angle of 45 Degrees. From a. m to 7 p m , all other streets, with the exception of North. El Paso, from San Francisco street to the Southwestern tracks, will be open for parking providing the cara are parked iifsuch a way that they stand at an angle of 45 degrees from the curb, with their right front wheels touching the curb and with sufficient distances between the cars to permit pedestrians to pass. White Line in Plain. In Pioneer plaza a white line will be marked on the paving in the middle of the plaza, and the cars will be re quired to park on each side of this line, the same as along curblngs ot the other streets. This will prevent the congestion in the plaza, which results from cars parking in all parts of the plaza. . Traffic officers will be assigned to the downtown district and will see that the new police rules are obeyed, or the car will be tagged and the owner required to appear In police court 1500 BALES U. S. ARMY HAY BURNS AT COLUMBUS Passengers arriving on the South western from the west Sunday after noon brought the news that a large quantity of hay belonging to the armr and stocked some distance west of Columbsu. N M.. was estroyed by flr. It is estimated that fully 1500 bales tsn..1 Tr t nPAanmeil thdt H RHark, from a passing engine caused the lire. SENATE PASSES GOOD ROAD BILL; SPEND $85,000,000 Washington, D. C, May 8. The sen ate today passed without a record vote the Bankhead good roads bill to spend J8S.000.000 in construction of post roads, contingent on an equal expendi ture by the states. Appropriation for $10,000,000 for roads In national for ests is Included. FIRST REHEARSAL FOR ELKS MINSTREL TVBDVESDAY EVETriC. The first rehearsal or the Elks' min strels is to be held at the Elks' homa Wednesday evening at 8 o clock and all those interested are being urged to attend. Plans have been perfected fof I... .aw n.,4 v.ie.o'er hnw than has evei been presented by the local Kks. The whole household will mish s.m7 bercer s Majestic Hams and Baccn Dellciouslv Different dv TVe have moved to 116 Texas St--Leavell. Palm &. Sherman. Real Estato and Insurance Adv.