EL PASO HERAXJ5
Friday, Sept. 26, 1919.
fl IT; WorkersToMeet
U fl 1 1 Rnfiirdn.Tn Plan
n"da DriveM OIC ViCTOHY
BBLOCAL All) GCXERAI. Bt
No More Unloading
Front of Mills Building
Or The Sheldon.
Rearrangement of the loading and
unloading system of street cars wm
put into operation by polioe chief J.
F Montgomery and traffic sergeant
J op Ptowe. on Friday.
Regular safety zone sisns, such a
are u in Los Angeles, Kan Citj
and ot..er large cities, have been made
ard set alongs.de of the car 'tracks
in i'loreer pliza, opposite Liberty
n on an nt
All mi.ound cars cars that would
pas'- this point bound south will
hetiiftr unload their passengers in
ims saietj- aone instead of stopping
m iron: of the Mills building or the
.Triton hotel to unload. The conges
tion of traffic at the Mills building
corner and the difficulty in protect-i.rts.-engers
alighting in front of
the heldor made this step necessary.
'ut:,o'jnd cars will continue-to load
b d unioad as usual in front of the
irRfer station or on the south side
of r-an Ja :nto plaza. Fort Bliss cars
v H u-'Ioad and load on the south side
of .-an Jacinto plaza. Mesa, cars,
m if 'it-r car1-. Sunset Heights cars, and
Hig- unj Park -Boulevard cars, bound
north Hill load and unload in front
of the old transfer station west side
"f Sai JaL'nto plaae.
1'ersons desiring to catch depot
cars, sf.onJ ward cars. Manhattan
ll-'L'ht1- cars Myrtle avenue-San An
tonio t reet cars and Washington
park cars must catch them in front
of L.berty statue
Thoe ndins on cars from the
fnulitr, the mesa. Boulevard and
Highland Park or Sunset Heights
from the north, will remain aboard
the cais until Liberty statue is
r-a-'hed before getting off. Those on
; .i n i t tan Heights, second ward or
v.- - i jig-ton park cars will do the
! Salvation Army Campaign
in I to Ooen Monday and
Close Doughnut Day.
AH afternoon and night trains Fri
day were reported on time.
"Y" Workers, Gingered to
High Pitch, Pulling in
Maj. Richard F. Barges, commander- ( The nennlest meeting of the entire
inchief of the Salvation Army home f roundup was had at the central Y.
service fund drive next week, will j m. C. A.. Thursday night and with the
have a conference of all staff and line two final days to go, the reports
officers for the drive Saturday at j showed nearly one half way. Sam
noon at the Sheldon hoteL jfirient made a speech full of the
This luncheon conference will he necessary essentials, to put life Into
the final one before the platoons I the workers-
start Monday on their home service The psychology of campaigns shows
fund offensive throughout the city. that these last two days ought to
1 The women's team captains and staff yield more than the three preceding
omcera, including Mr&. v K. Brown. ' and with tnls assurance, the
commander of the "Waacfi," and Mrs. , Z M tn
T. W. rnier. rfiief of staff, will at- I workers are bending every effort to
rrrrjTTTT 17 Avoid Trouble. Leave
liXUUDiJlj Baggage Checks at
Longwell's, or Telephone No. 1.
McNary Is Made An
'- John R Molt has advised the
r era' f cretary of the El Paso
M " A. thai James G. McNary
! j.s been appointed a member of the
tt.rrai.unal committee of the Y. M.
A , headquarters in New York
t t Mr McNary has talien a very
re a t i n t ? r est in the local associa
ti"n matters as vice president of the
organization, and is the chairman of
:he interstate committee of the Y. M.
C A for Arizona, New Mexico and
v. n TexaF.
Mr McNary was also connected
with the National War Work coon-
of the Y M. C. A. and spent some
time at summer on a special trip
in heilf of the National War Work
v.hicn took him 'through
J- j e and the war zone.
tend this luncheon and will receive
final Instructions for the drive at the
same time the men's team captains
receive their orders.
A program of music will be given at
the luncheon, this being a part of the
campaign which will have four min
ute singers instead of four minute
speakers at the moving picture the
aters .and downtown luncheons next
week. A quartet is also being or
ganized by Frank Cheek and Charles
J. Andrews to sing in the theaters
next week and also on doughnut day,
Saturday. October 4, when Pioneer
plaza, will be turned over to the com
mittees for the "mopping up" which
will close the campaign.
All preliminary details have been
arranged by Maj. B urges and his ex
ecutive staff for the Salvation Army
drive next week. Final instructions
are being mailed to the team captains,
who are now selecting the names of
their companies to participate in the
The women's team captains will be
assigned their territory north of Wy
oming street at the Saturday luncheon
and will start out early Monday
morning with their teams to canvass
the residence district. The first re
port will be made by the team cap
tains at a luncheon to be held Tuesday
noon, when prizes offered by Maj.
Burses. Maurice Schwartz, chief of
staff; Herman Andreas, adjutant, and
other members of the executive will
be awarded for the greatest number
of subscriptions obtained by any team,
and also for the largest amounts ob
tained by any teams. The same prizes
will be offered the women's teams.
so "over the top" by Saturday night.
The "Lazy U" ranch, 'senior section.
H. H. Fris. ranch boss, and Kric Mun-
roe, junior section, bids fait to be
lie their names and Fris is contending
with H. P. Hadtieid of the "Double
X ranch for leadership.
Some skilful roping was done in
the contest yesterday and when ranch
boss u. a. Martin called zor reports.
the ranch bosses received a genuine
demonstration. H, li. Fris reported
that one of his uificulties was how
to sell memberships to a firm that
had forty employes all of which the
manager wanted to put into the as-
snriaunn n a rmnnrtan m imp nn
membership for two and a half years.
zeuy niveau, song leader, made
a hit with the crowd singing, "Old
McDonald Had a Farm," with varia
tions to the effect that the ancient
man had some cowboys.
The following' figures show the
total results to date:
Ranch and Bosses. Memo's. Pta.
Notice Dr J. A. Pickett, Residence
Fl c,f; omitted from July directory.
DELAYED PASSENGERS CROWD
ALL OF EL PASO'S HOTELS
Travelers began to poor In from
the long- delayed trains over the Tex
as & Pacific railroad yesterday and
last night and the hotels were' taxed
to the utmost. They had been held
east of the Pecos and farther east by
washouts. The Paso del Norte got 45
from one train. The Sheldon. McCoy,
St- Regis, fisher and Orndorff and
others were crowded. -
Host of the passengers expect to go
west to"day. Another rush is probable
when the G. H. & S. A. delayed trains
arrive from the eant.
Lazy U II. H. Fris J7
Bear Canyon Bob Lander. . S
Pot Hook F. McL. ISarzer. 23
Doable X It P. Hadfield.. 59
TNT Will Shntes 3
Rattlesnake M. Crawford. S
Double Bar P. R. K'ck-b'r 13
Jingo Bob F. Fletcher ... 20
Long Horn Bob Latta .... 15
Swastika Fraflk Ezell .... 31
EX-IT Frank Farrell 15
Bald Face Ed. Lachman . . 5
Lawn Mon rr sharpened. Allen
Arms & Cycle Co, 404 N. Oregon EL
QUIT BUSINESS SALE
Take Fair Warning Act Now Don't suffer the
consequences of too late.
Figure ont your footwear seeds for a year ahead and tny then now,
even if yoa hare to borrow the money to do it with. For while
ether houses are advancing their prices day by day to keep op with
advancing costs, oars have been cut to the quick. Time is money
to as now.
These Two Specials on Sale Starting Tomorrow
Morning, For As Long As They Last.
Special at Store
Ladies' high shoes in black kid.
Gun Metal and Patent leathers.
Odds and Ends from our regular
stock. Hundreds of pairs, but
hardly two pairs alike. Every size
to be found though and almost
every width. Qualities are excep
tionally good. Former prices rang
ing up to $5.50 per pair. Low
heels and high heels. Pick them
cl! iv.'.L'rday at
Total . . 219
11 OY.' Division-
Ranch and Bosses. llemb'a. Pts.
Lary U Eric Monroe ...... S ISO
Bear Canyon D. Harding . . 2 so
Pot Hook Arthur Wheatly. 4 So
Double X Coleman Jones .. 6 loe
TNT Allan Swindler 3 45
Rattlesnake. Joe Mullens ..4 SO
Double Bar Rex Kipp 7 170
Jingo Bob Frank Clayton.. 7 150
Lone Horn Wendell Carton. $ no
Swastika Wa Glass 2 25
EX-IT Jack Sanford 4 n. iu
Bald Face T. McKenrie.... i 58
Total TB6 1205
Treasure Hunt Today.
The rain which has caused the
treasure hunt for the boys to be post
poned, has passed, and today at 4-30
the boys, loo strong, hit the trail to
Sunset Heights to find the .buried
prises. Every boy to compete had to
be ten .years of age and not a member
of the -Jt unless his membership ex
pires this month or in October. The
boys assembled In the boys" lobby at
the T. Si. C. A. to take the instruc
tions. The balloon ascensions scheduled
lor the early part of the week will
tuace on saiuraay afternoon at 2
oclock sharp. The balloons will so
Neirlyiveda Lose Passports.
Spending one's honeymoon in Jua
rez has its drawbacks. A newly mar
ried couple obtained one day tourist
permits and decided to spend the day
in Juarez. They had a delightful time
but the groom lost his passport. As
a result the couple was forced to ex
plain the circumstances to. immigra
tion authorities, who allowed them to
return to El Paso.
Farrell, of Carland Prairie, is being m
held in custody here following her ad- i
mission to the coroner's jury tha't she s
shot and killed her husband with a 1
shotgun Wednesday after they had
quarreled and agreed to separate and
he had threatened to "get them all."
She 'claims self defence.
Drs. Irvln & Gray, eye. ear. nose
and throat. 610 Martin Bids., Ph. 75S.
33 Hurt as Cars Collide.
Sao Francisco, Calif. Sept. 2t
Thirty-five persons were injured, two
seriously and too possibly fatally, .n
a rear end collision of two crowded
street cars late Thursday.
nr. Ebert, Dentist, 218 Mills Bldg.
3Ian Slay Be Insane.
A man who recently was arrested
on complaint of persons living in the
same rooming house, was arraigned
Thursday afternoon before judge
Charles Pollock, charged with disturb
ing the peace. The man apparently
was insane and a second hearing will
be held to determine whether he is
insane or merely recovering from
several days' intoxication.
Dr. Leslyr Hydr, Osteopathic Physi
cian, 814 Mesa Ave. Ph 2162.
Bitten By a Doc
Carlos Francono, six, years old, was
severely bitten by a dog at his home,
3828 Central street. Thursday. The
lad was given emergency treatment
at the police hospitaL He is said to
Dr. Nettle Satterlec, Osteopath, 513
Mills Bldg. Phone 2304.
Campaign for 11 Cent Sasar.
New Orleans, La., Sept. 26. The
American Cane Growers' association
Thursday adopted a resolution can
celing the contract with the United
States food administration and
launched a campaign for 11 ceut
Dr. Anna Itenm, Buckler Bldg. Ph. 577.
AVoman Admits KUUnc
Williams. Ariz, Sept. 20. Mrs. J.
Dr. J. Carlton Dysart. specialist 301
Mil la street, Bl Paso. Tex. Phone 3452.
Negro Repudiates "Confession."
Lincoln. Neb, Sept. 2C. Leon Dar
ling, the negro accused of the kitlinx
of Union Pacific conductor Maasey at
North Platte and who narrowly
escaped lynching at Grand Island, has
repudiated the confession officers say ;
no rnaae to waraen -zremon. or in
Osteopaths Drs. Armstrong:, 41G Roberta-Banner.
Office Ph. 1343, Res. 5945.
Slayer Gets IS Years.
Ueber Springs, Ark, Sept. 30. Bliss
Atkinson, one of the principals in the
arait resistance oistUTDancea in tnw , i
section in July, 1918. was convicted of M
first degree murder Thursday. The
jury fixed his punishment at 18 years
in the penitentiary. He was convicted
for killing Porter Hazelwood. member M
of a sheriffs posse. j
Dr. s. A. Sehnster, eye, ear, nose
and throat. Providence hospital build
ing: Phone 35.
Greenville, Tex, Has Fire.
Greenville. Tex, Sept. 26. Fire
men coe':ed a serious fire in the
business district here early Thursday
after it bad destroyed two buildings
occupied by the Hudspeth Drygoods
company, togeiner with the complete
stock, entailing a, loss estimated at
Good Fellows Replace
Money For Medicine
Lost By A Child
. He was a tiny walr m the whir! of
busy South El Paso street. And ne
"S matter, boy?" asked a pedes
trian. "My ma's sick," he sobbed. "She
gimme a quarter to buy some medi
cine, 'n I lost it."
He searched frantlrallv ahnnt the
curb as a dozen people stopped to
"Maybe she'll die if I don't get that
medicine." and he broke intn fresh
One man handed him another nmr.
ter. Others followed bis example.
His face broke Into a sunny smile
beneath his tattered hat.
The lad DcaniDereH to An hi rrnif
The crowd moved on. Another of
boyhood's little tragedies had been'
enacted with a happy ending.
Cuts Off Wings and Heads
lo Get Duclis to El Paso
After he had purchased fnnr ti
ducks in Mexico from a man who
claimed to have shot them, an Ameri
can was forced to forfeit the plumage
of the birds at the Santa Fe street
bridge Thursday afternoon. The man
m uae aunier tola nim he had killed
Phoenix Jail Not Fit
For Self Respecting
Hog, Says Grand Jury
Phoenix, Ariz. Sept. IS. The Mari
copa county grand jury, which con
cluded its work Thursday, reported
that the city jail at Phoenix la "not
fit for a good self respecting hog."
Indictments were returned for cer
tain prominent citizens of Phoenix for
alleged gaming, it was said.
for the balloons as
In tha treasure
1' TWO SENTENCED ON CHARGE
OF STEALING AUTOMOBILE.
John Wltte and W. T
g! charged with the theft of an automo-
oue. were found guiltv bv a. inn i
the J4th district court Thursdav sn4
j sentenced to two years in the state
penitentiary. The two defendants
were cnareea with raictnzr an annn,A
bile on the night of September 8. be
longing to George Chapman. The car
was later recovered at irri,)n xr
i M. by a deputy sheriff.
wltte. who said he was a native nt
Austria, entered a. nlpa nt -niitv
asked for a susnendeH SAntpn( Cat.
si isbury. who said he recently came to
lj the southwest from Panartn. claimed
s , to have taken no part in the theft of
' the car. 'He testified that he went
gl with Wltte in the stolen car for the
g purpose of working on a ranch in
aut " i. , :. - . "-"'"a wo virus in ine unxmu district.
ba"001! ,wl be attached I where they were plentiful. ImmignT
sometnlng worth while to boys. The tlon authorities informed him that the
same age requirements and rules hold , Plumage of the birds could not be
orooernE imo me united states. The
neaos ana wings were taken from the
birds and he was allowed to bring the
bodies into this city.
Groceries Decline 15
Percent In New Yor
New York. Sept. 28. Prices of gro
ceries Quoted in the semi weekly lists
issued by the "fair price" committee
here are 15 percent lower today than
they were the first of the year, while
prices of meats have declined from 8
to 10 percent. Arthur Williams, fed
eral food administration, announced
DANIELS PAYS TRIBUTE TO
ADMIRAL BENSON, RETIRED
Washington, D. C. Sept 25.
Tribute to the work of admiral Will
iam 8. Benson, who retired because
of age yesterday after having acted
as chief of naval operations through
out the war, is paid in a letter to the
admiral by secretary Daniels.
"For more than four years." the
secretary wrote, "dnring the moat
momentous period in the hiatery of
the navy, you have performed the
duties of the most Important office
under the navy denartinent with an
efficiency and loyalty that commands I
ine respect ana admiration, not only
of the navy, but of the nation."
Saturday, September 27
101 East San Antonio
( just around corner from El Paso st.)
No money was spared to make tie Cafe De Luxe the most beau
tiful, the most modern, the most sanitary earing house in the
southwest More than $25,000.00 -was spent before the man
agement was satisfied that their cafe was worthy of the patron
age of Paso and southwestern folks.
Eventually, of course, you'll become a regular patron of the
cafe par excellent the sooner you eat your first meal here,
the sooner you'll become a "regular."
You are invited to come in tomorrow or any day for that
matter. Admire the beautiful fixtures, inspect the sanitary
kitchen see how carefully the food is prepared.
The Best Food The Market Affords Always
Women Accidenlly Meet
After Long Separation
After 15 years' separation, daring
which they had not seen each other.
Mrs. Lorean Balnea of Fort Worth,
and C B. Hubbard of El Paso, con
sins, met here Tuesday night by ac
Mrs. Baines, with her -husband, is
visiting here and both were in the
lobby of a local hotel when Hubbard
walked in. Neither knew the other
but presently an acquaintance greeted
Baines. Hubbard heard him and the
sseeting resulted from his questions.
sac nuDDara ts employed in tne local
INSPECTORS SAYS CLOGGED
PIPE CAUSED CAFE CRASH
A clogged drainage pipe on the
roof of the White cafe. 10" East
San Antonio street, which allowed
water to stand on the roof of the
building, was responsible for the
falling walls of the building Wednes
day flight, according to Perrv Mc.
I Ghee, building inspector
Air. McGbee said that the water
collected in the corner of the roof
above the kitchen of the cafe, which
collapsed suddenly. The wreckage
was removed and temporary repairs
were made so that the cafe resumed
t usiness Fridav.
WOMAN IS INJURED IN FALL
IN AISLE OF FORT BLISS CAR
Mrs. W. A. Teaser. U North Stan
ton street. Is m bed mmt with a
sprained ones: ana an rnjnred arm.
She was hurt Thursday afternoon
while on the Fort Bliss street car.
After ringing the bell. Mrs. Veaxey
says she started with her five year
old daughter to get off the car and
before she could get off the car
started and threw her down in the
hut a beautiful skin is possible only when the liver
and kidneys are active, and the bowels functionate
properly. The secret of beauty as well as of health
is to maintain perfect digestion and elimination.
help to preserve beauty and maintain health, because
they influence liver, kidneys, skin and stomach to
frinctionate in harmony and efficiently.
Sold by druggists throughout
the world. In toxe,10c ,7!fc.
ColdweJJ In the 5th district court, i
opened Friday. Snit has been brought 1
against the railroad by Carmen R.
Rojas for damages for the death of j
ASKS f0.000 DAMAGE FOR JlS""t .T" S,7, il
SELF: S13.DOO FOR CniLD "v. " , T" " '"" J.,-"
Arguments in the 335.000 damage ! C?orrh!m
suit against the Rio Grande 4 El Paso petition asks for $20.00o' for the I
railroad, on trial before Judge Ballard widow and Sir, 000 for A child i
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O HERALD WATT ADS. T
SPECIAL AT STORE NO. 2
ISO pairs of men s black and brown dress shoes. Odds and ends
t!.at have accumulated from the busy selling since our sale
-tarted. Good quality kid and calf skin leathers. All with
Loodyear welted soles; English or blucher model. Sises in
the lot from 5 to 11. Values are up to $10.06 per pair. We
expect them all to go tomorrow. C A C P
While they last J4.i70
STORE ROOMS FOR RENT ALL FIXTURES FOR SALE.
Store So. 1 j?Ll4i IfJiAZAzst LtCcPtKn Store "Vo " 31
105 S. Stanton Ufe.jH-ff E. San Antonlc
Anthony H. Buch & Company M
Dealers in High Grade Investment Securities
Circular Upon Request.
Phone 1214 110 San Francisco Street El Paso, Texas.
THIRTY- POORTn DISTRICT COURT.
jBd.. TV Tt IT.... ., ,.,
State vs. Emma Holguin, murder;
State vs. Carl Faux, robbery by
tsicM.ua, luuna guilty and punish
ment assessed at five years in state
William Slebka vs. Maude Ella
Siebka. divorce; filed.
C M. BolUng vs. Imogene Boiling,
FORTY FIRST DISTRICT COURT.
Judge Terry IX. Prlce.rrealdlng.
Leila R PnhHuin r- ... ...... ttt
Robertson, divorce: filed.
Antnnln TT ll.nm v. T... 11
varez. divorce; filed.
HOLD M CXI CAN ON
CHARGE OF THEFT ,
Simon ODOlaca. SIxto Hlnovnaa Anil
Alberto Lozano are being held by
Juarez authorities pending Investi
gation of their alleged connection
with the theft of ten sacks of coffee
form the Juarez Mercantile company.
Another man is being held In con
nection with the recent theft of three
dozen shirts from the B. 13. H store in
"Just what my skin needed." will
be yonr conviction after Poslam has
been spread gently over your itching
Unless you have ever tried Poslam
Tim hlTM't h. hlntut 1 I
surely it works how auickly it
soothes and smoothes out all skin
allm.nl. Vn 1 i .
7 " " . " " uvu . .ilUrt KB lUll- "
iicrjr panss 01 eczema
u avne idq omcr DiemiSnCS.
rn i-uiam 10 tne test, fick out
the narriaar iiwii vnn haw. ..... .
morning look to see improvement
Thousands have done this to their
Sold everywhere. For free sample
write to BmewnT Laboratories 42
West 47th St.. New York City. Adv.
World's Largest High Gravity Oil Well
TIIE LATEST METHOD.
TnC BEST CLEANERS.
Oa Our DeHeioua
ASSORTED NUT ROLL
2Se Ike Vs lb.
The Elite Confectionery
lint f hocolcic With Whipped
Cream and Cakes.
All Kinds of
Tuttle Paint and
IN EL PASO 17 XE,ARS.
AND BE MERRY
MARIGOLD will surely male you feel merry a little
later on if you buy the stock NOW at PAR. Devel
opments of such a sensational nature have been taking
place during the past 48 hours in Wilbarger County
that MARIGOLD will not remain on the market at
$1.00 a minute after the present allotment is sold. To
make sure of your stock at PAR BUY IT WITH
GEO. H. POUND & CO.
108 Sheldon St Phone 1314.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
' DISCOVERED AT HOMER, LOUISIANA
MAKES 30,000 BARRELS OF 42 GRAVITY OIL DAILY
OFF-SETS MAKE 20,000 BARRELS
Whal are likely the world's largest high gravity oil wells, making from 20,000 to 30,690 barrels of high gaso
line test oil, have been brought in at Homer, Louisiana. The 30,000-barrel well was drilled by the Standard Oil
Company on the Oakes Tract four weeks ago. Operators would not believe ft until fcBig Bifl" Rowe brought in
a well on the adjoining tract making 20,000 barrels. All are now convinced.
THE LOUISIANA OIL AND REFINING COMPANY NEXT DRILLED THE REAL "WORLD'S CHAMPION IN
FANT," CLOSE BY IT MAKES 10,000 BARRELS OF HIGH TEST OIL FROM A "SHALLOW SAND" AT
1,233 FEET. THE WELL WAS COMPLETED IN SEVEN DAYS. THESE WORLD RECORDS HAVE BEEN
ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE PAST FOUR WEEKS. SO QUIETLY HAS DEVELOPMENT GONE ON THAT
ONLY A FEW HAVE KNOWN.
The Porterfield and Smith interests sent both a geologist and a scont to the field early after the discovery. A
a result they have secured one of the best pieces of acreage in the field forty acres half a mile froa the 30,.
000-barrel discovery welL
This acreage is today worth ten times the original purchase price. Forty acres adjoining it sold last week for
$500,000. Forty acres of a mile northwest of us sold for $750,000, -and the field is developing these hold
ings. They ako have four other large tracts "CHECKER BOARDING" the field on four sides, from one-half to a ra3e
distant Every tract seems to be a winner. In addition they acquired 2,900 acres of high class Louisiana acre
age. Operators are "wild" over the new discovery. Bnrkbnrnett and Oklahoma o3 men are abandoning the old fields.
Prices are soaring skyward. ' . ,
The Porterfield and Smith interests and associates announce the organization of the HOMER UNION PETRO
LEUM CO, a Louisiana corporation, to take over these holdings.
' -nU-RRCOJIJIEND THIS ISSUE AS A PEER TO OCEAN AND RANGER CENTRAL.
.omer Union Petroleum Co., Inc.
32S Market St
516 Trust Bldg.,
EL .PASO, TEXAS.
"THIS IS THE LARGEST OIL COMPANY IN THE WORLD FOR ITS SIZE WATCH US GROW."
BROKERS WRITE US.
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