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EL PASO HERALD
iULLELKGDRES GOMES TO PUSH IMS'
Boss of Washington Park
Herd Nearly Kills Felipe
Gored and trampled by a bull elk
t the municipal roo, Washington
rark, at 10 oclock Thursday morning.
F-lipe R, Hinejoe. an attendant, who
l(es at 604 Grama street, was
rushed to the emergency hospital
at police headquarters and from
there to Hotel Dleu, where his
wounds were dressed by police, sur
sreon Dr. John Hardy and Dr. Will
Rogers. Hinojos was gored through
thf right hand, the lower part ot
his right leg badly trampled and hi
forehead gashed by the horns of the
It was feeding time at the soo, and
fth.le Hinojos was turning on water
.nside the corral where the elk is
. "tinned, the animal attacked him.
Shouting lustily for help, Hinojos
.rasped the horns of the bull and
hung on for dear life, six or eeven
of his workmates rushing up with
sticks and stones to beat off the elk.
According to those who witnessed the
i.attle. it was five or six minutes be
fore they succeeded in freeing Hino
'os. who was then in a bleeding and
A late report from Hotel Dleu was
i hat Hinojos was resting easily, and
ihat though he had evidently been
ladly frightened and braised, his
condition was not serious.
DRAINAGE WOBKIPLAY AT GBEG
Engineer Hawthorne Here
to Have Charge of Con
struction of Laterals.
Drainage work In the El Paso val
ley will boom now, as Thomas Haw
thorne, the assistant engineer, has
come from Oregon to take charge of
the reconstruction of the lateral
canals. Mr. Hawthorne has had many
years of experience in building canal
systems throughout the west. He has
been on the Umatilla. Ore, project
recently. .Surveyors will be hired to
complete the parties, and during the
winter some very necessary recon
structlon work will be done.
Denver Jfnglneer Coming.
G. M. Murphy, engineer In charge of
the drainage for all the 25 projects
which have drainage. Is expected to
arrive in El Paso on Friday from his
headquarters in Denver. Mr. Murphy
will look over the plans and the work
which is belnxr dona in tbic nratect.
George M. Keel, representative of
ine siate engineer or Mexico, is
making an Investigation of the con
ditions along the Rio Grande from
Domingo. J. M- to San Marcial. N.
3L. in regard to the necessity of
araining ine land, and the way in
which the drainage canals Bbould be
laid out If work were attempted by
me state, mis report will be pre
seniea to ine state engineer.
52000 TALKS TDNIGHTiSELLR
mi ci n
Louise Glaum as Woman Driver of Bus That Killed
not merely a side issue
with us. It is an im
portant part of our bus
iness. We use only the best mate
rials. We also combine skill
aad experience in our De
We. charge onl$ 10c for de
veiephg any size roll. FUms
kfl before 10 A. M. are fe
lmtrci the same day.
AS IT SHOULD BE DONE.
Who Gives TJp Self Re
spect for Success.
As the personification or vanity.
Louise Glaum makes her appearance
in "Idolaters," a Triangle production
directed by Walter Edwards, which
will be shown at the Grecian theater
today and tomorrow Just two days.
Noted for the "spider gown," the
peacock dress and the devil robe of
"The Wolf Woman." Miss Glaum has
become known as "the peacock woman
of pictures." and the title will rain
new emphasis, it is said, when she
appears in the startling costumes of
Her role is that of a self adoring
woman who declares that she will
"four-flush her way" to success on
the stage, and she Goes, with the aid
of masculine admirers.
The most unusual settinir ever con
structed for a Triangle play is the
Egyptian bedroom of the woman in
"ldolators." A huge marble sphinx
10 i ue cemrai zeaiure. uexore It is
a bathing pool, depressed in the tile
floor. Around the edge of this float
waxon white lilies In tiny cups. Bra-
irera oi Beaten copper smoKe witn
burning Incense before tall peacock
fans at either side the sphinx Image
and at the foot ot the dais, on which
sianus a massive carved bed bung
with embroidered draperies. In this
curious bodolr transpire most of the
Ifiss Glaum, whom a noted critic
recently declared to.be "the screen's
most credible vampire," has a part
peculiarly fitted to her abilities. She
is supported by George Webb. Hugo B.
Koch. Milton Boss, Dorcas Mathews,
Lee Hill and Thomas S. Guise. Adv.
VIOLA DAXA TODAY.
The Unioue will nresent an exeeo-
tlosal bill today and tomorrow In
which Viola Dana will be starred In
"The Girl Without a Soul." a five-act
A motion picture accident that came
very dose to befntr a real one was
staged in connection with "The Girl
witnout a soul- Robert walker ana
Fred Jones risked their lives to get
the effect desired bv director John H-
Colllns. Thev were the nrlnclnaW in
a wild chase culminating in Walker's
Cregor Girl Must Face
Grand Jury Soon.
C. I Greenwood, driver of the jltne
bus that ran down and killed little
Hadley Elizabeth Cregor last Friday
noon at Austin Park, was held to the
grand jury in $2000 bond by justice of
the peace A. J. Hall, Wednesday even
ing, after a preliminary hearing of
two hours' duration, on a charge of
failing to stop and render aid to one
injured in collision.
Practically every witness testified
that Greenwood curved the car in an
effort to avoid the accident on the
approach of the child, and that he
stopped the car and got out. but failed
to reach the child before she was
picked up by Robert Kyle.
Court Says Man Was Leading.
At the conclusion of the testimonv.
tbe court, represented by assistant
county attorney A. B. Dorman, filed
an amended complaint, in which
more particulars were alleged than
in the original charge. The court. In
setting tne nona. wnicn accused s at'
torney. Ponder S. Carter, thought ex
ceesive, said: "I know that the ac
cused made an effort to escape. In
fact, when officers arrested him. h
was preparing to board a train leav
ing the city."
Soldier Gives Testimony.
Pvt. James W. Miller, a baker, tes
tlfied he was with Greenwood in the
jltne. and admitted he was lntoxi
cated. but declared he could remem
ber in a general wav what transnired.
The car was going about six miles an
hour, he testified, when the Cregor
girl ran into the side of the front part
of the jltne bna "Accused ran out to
help the girl, but someone else beat
him to It." he said.
The witness was examined by judge
Hall and in reply to a Question why
ne toid tne jailor that ne was not in
the car. said he was afraid they would
hold him. While he was intoxicated.
Greenwood was not. he said. The car
was stopped for about 15 minutes af
ter the accident, he said.
Says Greenwood Stooged.
Francisco Cococillas. who was
driving a car immediately behind
Greenwood's. testified the latter
passed him one block from Pledras
street at a rate of about 18 miles an
mad leap from a horse to the running hour. Greenwood stopped and came
board ot an automobile.
At the wheel of th machine was
Jones as Ivor, the violinist, doing
his best to escape justice. Walker
grappled with him. and the two men
battled in the machine as it plunged
aown tne steep incline oi a mountain
An S-turn at the bottom was banked
by a high stone wall. Into this the
machine plowed, hurling both men
high In the air. They landed clear of
the wreckage, the machine being
smashed Into kindling wood. Both
men sustained a few injuries, which
nere quickly attended to with director
Collins' "First Aid" kit. but both re
joiced that cameraman John Arnold
did not forget to keep on. turning the
sranK aonng tne excitement and that
The Girl Without a Soul" will show
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the event as It really happened.
The British war pictures. In two
reels will be shown with this feature
ALnA3IBRA MARIE TJORO.
Those who failed to sea Marie Doro
In "Heart's Desire" yesterday, should
not miss the last opportunity today.
This charming actress portrays with
ail tne skiii oi years or stage experi
ence, SloIe-AMittla-Flearette who
woafters every exaerlenee with de
lightful optimism, from the loss of her
-pet cow to being shot as a burgler
by the man she loves. The story fin
ishes with a thrilling climax, when
she rescues him from the mad wrath
of her people. 1
Special Notice It was previously j
announced that Marguerite Clark, in
"Helene of the North," would be Fri
day's bilL This is a reissue and the
film arrived in bad condition. It will
not be shown. Instead. Mariam Coop
er. In "Betrayed," will be the at
traction. To the people ot 1 Paso
this picture should have special in
terest, as It Is & border story of un
Usual realism and suspense. Prices!
are 10. IS and 26 cents. Adv. '
out of the ear after the accident, but
someone else picked up the child.
V itness saw no dogs, but about six
Robert Kyle. 3224 Montana street,
testified he saw the child's body on
tbe street, but had not witnessed the
accident, wnen ne reacned tne noay
and picked it up, he said, no one was
around to give aid. He carried the
body Into Cococi lias's car and It was
then taken to Ronton hospital.
Newcome Brunner. nine vear old lad
who was frightened by the same dog
tnat startled tne cregor cniio, testi
fied he ran across tbe street and
looked back, seeing the Cregor child
run against Greenwood's car. which
had been swerved somewhat to avoid
the accident. "I saw no more then,
because I ran home to tell mv mama
what had happened, he said.
f!AAilmH VIM U1 1. ......
years old, caused the court a smile by
the request to "speak a little louder,
as I can't hear very well." a question
often put to witnesses by the court.
The witness was riding a bicycle
about a block away and heard the
Cregor child scream Just before she
was struck. The J'.tne bus stopped, he
said, but was golnc about 25 miles an
hour at the time of tbe accident.
Fire Insurance Men to
Point Out Ways of Pre
venting Costly Fires.
Conservation of foodstuff and ma
tertala will be the subject of brief
talks to be delivered this evening at
a mass meeting of citizens at the
chamber of commerce by four reprs
sentatlves of fire insurance corpor
ations in Texas, whose services have
ben donated to the government to
further this work. The mass meeting
will be held in the assembly hall of
the chamber of commerce and will
start promptly at 8 oclocK. Directors
and members of the chamber of com
merce, owners and representatives of
the large Industries, wholesale houses,
retail houses and warehouses, as well
as other public spirited citizens, have
been asked to attend by John X.
Wyatt, president of the chamber.
Moat Fires preventable.
The four members of the committee
of fire insurance men who will ad
dress the meeting on the necessity of
conservation and the prevention of
fires, which destroy millions of dol
lars worth of foodstuff and materials
annually, are Charles F. Thomas. Carl
Hunt, George Young and Fred Mose
ley. It is estimated by the state fire
marshal's office that 72 percent of the
fires -in this state are preventable,
and It is along the line of preventing
these unnecessary fires that these
men will speak.
Food Sbortace Probable.
Mr. Thomas stated that while this
country now has stored in its eleva
tors and warehouses much grain and
other foodstuff, this country will
likely face a food shortage before the
end of another year. For this reason
is is essential that this supply should
be conserved and not thrown open to
possible destruction by fires, he said.
Manuiacturers wiu airi oe urgea to
construct high fences around their
plants and have them guarded to pre
plants ana nave mem guaraeu 10 pre- I Oemintr
vent enemies of this country destroy- Xhnek
ing them, other methods oi conser
vation win also oe discossea.
Army Camp Talks Next Week.
The mass meeting to discuss the ad
visability of El Paso making a fight
to secure one of the recuperation
quids for tubercular soldiers win be
called for some evening next week by
Will Build Over Monahans
Sands; Work Begins on
El Paso-Deming Cutoff.
"There will be no jaonahana sand
on the road between 1 Paso and
Fort Worth Inside of another year,"
said judge Adrian Pool this morning,
as he smilingly showed a letter he
had just received from Burch Carson,
county judge of Ward county. . The
letter stated that the county commis
sioners had Just called an election
for 1(0,000 in five percent 40 year
bonds for constructing the road
across Ward county. "The petition
for this election," said judge Carson's
letter, "was signed by 100 voters, more
than half the qualified voters of the
county, and were is no doubt of the
With the olana made by other coun
ties through which there is sand, this
action by ward county mases it cer
tain that the Monahans sand matter
will be solved.
Judge Pool, as chairman of the sub
committee annotated from the good
roads commitee ot the chamber of
commerce, to take up the matter of
building the cutoff to Deming from
Montoya. started work yesterday. The
men were set to work grubbing tbe
road through the sand west of tbe
valley. A bridge Is to be built over
a deep arroyo and the hill Is to be
covered with caliche. The road will
also be straightened In places where
straightening is necessary, and In the
course nf a few weeks the short line
to DelSTTig will be restored and It will
be possible to make the trip between
EI Paso and Deming In less than four
hours. The new road will be but SS
miles In length, according to Judge
The county commissioners of Luna
county at Deming are to be asked to
put the road In condition just east of
uemmg, wnere traffic has worn
chuck holes Into the roadbed.
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all its Branches. Telephone 1111.
J. Faulkner and M. Miller, both
members of ambulance company No. 1.
Fort Bliss, were held to the grand
Jury In 15(H) bond each by justice J. M.
Deaver Wednesday afternoon on pre
liminary examination of an alleged
"Joy ride" taken In the car of A. S.
Valdesplno, Saturday night, by two
Officers testified the car was going !
s miles an hour ana at Mesa avenue
and Mills street collided with a Ford,
then running wild until it ran against
a building. No one was injured.
WIGWAM THE BRIDE'S SILEXCE"
Gall Kane, the clever Broadway
star, will be seen for the Inst time
today at the Wigwam in "The Bride's
Silence," a mystery play.
The character of Sylvia Standish.
portrayed in this play by Miss Kane,
was one of the most remarkable
character studies In the history of the
screen. It is a psychological lesson
that reveals the ramifications of the
human mind and the effect of such
emotions as pride, jealousy, fear and
love in an analysis of human motive.
The strongly metaphysical aspect
Of the story Is supported by a tre
mendously interesting plot detail and
the beauty ot tbe young star effec
tively removes any trace of the over
scientific that may appear to exist in
the idea involved. Adv.
EXTRA GOOD PICTrItD BIJOU.
"The Stolen Play," a four-part
special feature, will be tbe attraction
at the Bijou today. If you like
dream stories this picture will pleaee
beyond anything you have ever seen.
The director has suaceded In increas
ing the suspense in ways unfamiliar
iu pnutopiay patrons. KUtn itoianu
is the star featured, and it is one of
her best efforts. Regular prices will
prevail. The nicture is here for one
day only. Adv.
F. M. FILLER LEAVES REALTY
COMPANY; OPENS OWN OFFICE
F. M. Filler, of Anderson-Filler In
xestment company, sold his interest In
the corporation on September 10. and
is doing business under his own name
in tne hirst national Dank building,
Mr. Filler has been associated in
the last ten years. Mr Anderson
will continue at the head of the Anderson-Filler
business with A. II. Anderson during
Are you getting all of the money
your house should bring? Ask Lee
Newman. He specializes on tenements.
Phone 460. 06 S. El Pago. Adv.
Tou Move When Tou Cail 3600.
City Service Co. II. D. Camp, Mgr.
Autos. Baggage. Taxis. Adv.
DAINTY Maris Doro never
appeared in a more enter
taining picture than this.
Today is the last opportunity
you will have of seeing this
charming actress in "Heart's
THE Marguerite Clark film.
"Helene of the North,"
scheduled for Friday, ar
rived in bad condition. Miriam
Cooper In "Betrayed"' will be
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II UNIQUE su I
I VIOLA DANA B
First Nafl Bide.
"The Girl Without a Soul"
In this play Miss Dana plays a dual role and
does the most wonderful work of her career.
Extra Special Today
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