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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, June 23, 1920. . 5 - CLUB SCORES TREE FELLING Tha KlwanU dub at 1U weekly luncheon Wednesday at the Hotel neiaon adopted a resolution oppos ing the plan of Cato Sella. Indian commissioner at Washington, to cot and sell the timber on the Heaealero Ir.dian reservation. The resolution also asks that a bill drafted some time ago by SfaJ. R. F. Barges and other El Pasoane be enacted so that the reservation may be made Into a national park for tne south and west. The resolution was unanimously adopted and w. p. B. McSaln, acting president of the club. Instructed K. J. Pritchard. the secretary, to forward the resolution to congressman Claud B. Hudspeth with tire request that he exert his influence to prevent the denuding of the southwest primeval torest. The resolution was adopted after George R. LeBaron and Horace B. Stevens had made talks favoring It. Both men. guests of the club, told of the beauty of the hills and valleys In the sto.ooo acres comprising the res ervation and of how much they meant to El Faso. Both said that logging timber would serve no good purpose and would, on the other hand, atrip the beamy spot of its charm. The Kliranls dob will eat Its lunch at the Ellanay theater on Wednesday. July 14. The club members that day will be guests of Ben Lewis, manager of the theater. The Hotel Sheldon will prepare a box luncheon. Mr. Xewis, a Kiwanlan. gave the club Its choice of pictures and "Don't Ever Marry" was chosen. As the Klwanians went into the dining room thev were given a shock ing welcome. The shocks were fur nished by electric wires put into thou sands as they were greeted. V. S. JTOGE SAWTELLB TO SIX IK SASi FRJLXCISCO Tucson. Ariz, June 29. Judge Wil liam H. Sawtelle, of the United Staes court for the district of Arizona, wtli alt In tha United States court at San Francisco during July and August. "WOMAN FALLS FROM TRAXS. East Las Vegas, tt. It, June St. Mrs. O. J. Nichols. 7S. of Fall Brook. Califs was serioasly Injured w&en she fell from a Santa Fe passenger train tour miles sonth of this city. She aTid her husband were on then- way to Chicago. 10 Everybody in the world wants fine, luxurious hair. Kobody In the world wants dandruff and a. scaly. Itchy scalp. Mexican Herb Hair Tonlo the original and only thing of Its kind gives you the hair and gets rid of the dandruff. Many people are now constant users of this hair dressing tonic because, having tried it, nobody can tell them anything else Is anywhere near as good. It delivers the goods. MEXICAN HERB HAIR TONIC COMPANY One bottle LM Six bottles JS.W Box 22. Station A. El Paso. Texas. 7or sale at all drug and depart ment stores In 1 Paso. Many Visitors At Cloudcroft; Tea A Success Cloudcroft, N. &L, June 2 J. The first of a series of sliver teas for the benefit of the Baby sanatorium, on Saturday afternoon, was a great success. A short program was given daring the afternoon for the enter tainment of the patrons. Tea was served from 3 until E oclock. and the silver offering for the afternoon amounted to J27.I5. At the dance at the lodge In the evening, two cakes, which were left over from the tea, were auctioned off to the dancers. One cake was sold to Capt. E. P. TosnelU of the Eighth cavalry, for J7. and the other to Lieut. Oscar T. Fegan. of the motor transport corps, for KJU. With other later donations, the proceeds for the day amounted to nearly S50. Mr. Sidney raiayer, or isi I'aso, auctioned tne cakes. Miss Elisabeth Morris entertained a party at tea on Friday evening at her home. Llano Vista. A delightful sapper was served to the guests on the porch- The guests included Misses Roth Powrle, Elizabeth - Fe gan, Margaret Fegan, and Lonis Ponder, Linton Ponder. Mrs. W. R. Ponder. Mrs. Morris, and the hostess. A number of the cottagers enjoyed a performance at the Cooley summer home on Jnaay evening. The pro gram was arranged by Hiss Caro line Cooley, and consisted of aes thetic dancing, songs and recitations. Baptist Assembly Held The annual Baptist assembly Is being held at Cloudcroft The meetings began on June 16. and will last through June 22. Horace W. Broaddus arrived on Saturday to spend the weekend with his family, who are spending the summer In Cloudcroft. Bruce Beven and Francis Broad dus arrived on Saturday to spend the weekend. An automobile party from El Paso i arrived Saturday to spend the week- cm at uh iwge. mo party consisiea of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. King, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Moore, and Miss K. Eylar. House Party Enjoyed A house party, chaperoned by Mrs. W. R. Stiles and Mrs. D. M. Payne, arrived n Saturday to spend the weekend at the Payne 'cottage. The party Included Misses Dorcas Anne Payne. Beatrice Stiles. Virginia Morse. Harriot Howie, Burtram Orn dorff, Marlon Alnsa. Willie Mae Bowen. all of El Paso, and William U Oehs, V. S. A.: J. G. Breekenridge, TT S A XT r Taa. C- t. ' Panl W Unrpla TT C A . T. T n nail. V. S. A, E. T. Arg'o. TJ. '&. A. O. L. Bouquet, TJ. S. A.; Leland A. Barnes. Fort Bliss. Guests at the Lodge Include: J. C. Andrlx, Denver; M. T. Mayer, El Paso; Henry E. Robertson. El Paso; Paul Harvey, Bl Paso; M. L. Caa wallader. El Paso; B, M. Parks. El Paso: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Good man, El Paso: Mr., and Mrs. Carl P Goodman. El Paso: L. B. Roy. Ri-h-2?.nd-v,l-: Sht C Nurve. Nash-I?UJr,?nn-LE' - nne'an and family. Nashville. Tenn.: Mrs. W. E. War ren. Alaraogordo: Truman Warren. Gilmer. Texas; Steele Oliver, Alamo Kordo; Ernest Warren. Alamogordo: Robert Warren. Alaraogordo: Beat rice Lawson, Alamogordo: Mrs. R. Jackson and Myrtle Jackson. Ala mogordo: Evelyn Barnwell. Gilmer. Texas; Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Hawking E1Pa2: nu- Eyr, Denver: Mr! and Mrs. W. E. Easterwood, Jr, D. Small, p Paso; Mr. and Mrs. C Matt'??,'- El Paso; E. Harms and family. El Paso. I X CANS VQTE CUTS win heal quickly and wiH cot gen erate pus or fern poisonoes matter when Dr. Perter's Antiseptic Healing Oil Is applied. 38c per bottle. SEPTEMBER 5 Mexico City. Hex., Jane 22. A call for national elections Issued by the secretary of the Interior today fixes the date for the congressional elec tions on Sunday, An gust 1, while a new president will he chosen on Son day September 6. Reports of revolt In various parts of the country were officially de nied in a statement Issued at the foreign office information bureau to nigrht. which said ttat. with the ex ception of the Villa movement in Chihuahua, the country was peaceful. Tresent military movements, the statement continues, "are following preconceived plans of the war de partment regarding garrisons." CARRANZA'S WOUNDS SHOWED SUICIDE, DECLARES HERRERO Mexico City. Hex.. June 23. (By The Associated Press) Carranxa's own words shortly before his death, the position of his body when found, the nature of the wounds and the three empty cartridges indicated that m president committed suicide, ac cording to MaJ. Ernesto Herrero, upon whose report Gen. Rodolfo Her rero. who Is charged with resjonsi blllty for the late president's death, bases his oft-repeated statement that Carranxa killed himself. Ernest Her rero made this assertion during an interview with the Associated Press correspondent yesterday. Ernesto and Rodolfo are cousins. uen. Kodollo Herrero who was present at the interview, pointed out that the wound In Carranxa's chest had been made by an old fashioned pistol, which he said was found in tfao president's hand, and not by rifle fire. Rodolfo denied he had assigned huts to the Carranxa party and as serted the ballet holes concentrated in the corner of the hut where Car ranxa lay "might have been made later by the president's followers to throw suspicion toward me." "Carranxa's escort was capable of any thing." he declared. "Onlv Bo- nillas (former ambassador at Wash ington) defended himself like a man." TEXAS RANGES BENEFITTED BY RECENT HEAVY RAINFALL Reports received from correspond ents of the Panhandle and South western Stockmen's association state that eood rains havn faiim f .... JjicinirJes throughout Texas. A two Inch rain was reported at rni-eyrinn and the range about Clarendon has benefited from rn iiuimf.ii. From Kogales. Aria, however, reports - -f" "" weainer is not ana dry. hot that cattle are in good condition. Shipments Include: Harry Saxon. Calabasaa. Arlx, to El Paso, one car horses: W. X. WhltseL Glaxler to Ham ilton, Kan, four cars cattle: 3. C Studer, Canadian to ttt. citr three ears. ACCUSED 00. FIELD BANKER SURRENDERS TO SHERIFF 4"?; FaUs- Texas, June 23. P. C. Christian, cashier of two private banks In the oil fields of this county and against whom embezzlement charges are pending, surrendered to the sheriff here .yesterday. Christian and his banker associate. C. A. Seale. are alleged to have absconded with funds of the First bank of Bridge town and the Thrift-Waggoner bank of Waggoner City, which were closed last week. THE SILK SHIRT BUY OF THE SEASON fi ILKS took a fearful tumble in price a few weeks a'go. We hare just received a large shipment, purchased on a declining market WE OFFER S3k Shirti m Crepe de Chine, Pussy Willows and Jersey Silks, in rancy stripes, solid white and de cate pink. Values up to $17.50; sped The Palace Clothin 210-212 East Overland WonderfaJ Bargains Our 19.95 g Specialty. Do the Mosquitos Bother You? Bo You Travel Overland This Year or Camp Out Week-Ends? We Supply All Conveniences EL PASO TENT & AWNING GO. 129 San Francisco St. Telephone 2044 Complete Line Camp Equipment VILLA CUTS COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN PARRAL AND JIMINEZ Both railroad and teieeranhle com munications have been cat. It Is said. vy v unman oetween .rarrai and Ji menez in the vicinity of Adda, a small community a few miles east of ParraL Trains betwen these two cities have not been running for three days, according to news brnncrht to Juarez by mining men who left the border recently for Pararl. bnt were unable to make the trip through from Jlminez because of the damaged roadbed, and who returned to Jnarez Tuesday. Villa, with his own force and that at Nicolas Fernandez, his first chief, who Joined him a few days ago, are said to be at San Francisco de Oro. The combined forces are said to com--prise between 00 and 60 men. General Joaquin Amaro, leader of the campaign against Vtllals said to be camned at Canrhn tatfnn . of Santa Rosalia. General Jesus Guajardo. with ISM men. who Is coming from Mexico City to take the field against Villa, has arrived at SANDOVAL IN MEXICO CITY TO TALK WITH DE LA HUERTA Aioerto Kulz Sandoval, former vuuoui general at isi raao ror the Carranxa government, who w t. cently appointed Inspector general of consulates for the de facto govern ment, is in Mexico City, where he went for a series of conferences with provisional president de la Hnerta. The policy of the new government " "oyiea oy iis consular service ZiS J, determined, and Sandoval will be Instructed In the methods to uo viupiuyeo. special stress. It Is understood. Is helnfe laid before the Mexican con sulates by de la Hnerta In employing the best methods of creating a bet- i., t"1":"; ana social relation- "j oeiween tne American and -tt.wM people. SHOOTS ALLEGED PICKPOCKET ruutfclUAN WINS PROMOTION Policeman Domingo Franco, of the Jn.a,r.ez ". who was formerly a SerU;ih0.Mxlcan anay.Tnd who ?S.l ?lJa ATaJ- an alleged pick pocket Monday, in order to prevent ,th0.Hi,Mr." 'J?? A to. b? Promoted .Ji . ,r. . l?c IIrst ciass. ac cording to chief of police Pedro J. uarda. Avalos was running away. It is alleged. After having robbed an American of hf vnth h.. v. S'.t..5y5cev,n the Ie T Franco, who . w un an expert pistol snot. DAVALOS NAMED MEXICAN AMBASSADOR TO GERMANY Mexico Cltr. Mm Jnn nAthi.. Davalos. former HTptImti ihva .. fairs at Washington, has been named this country's envoy to Germany, ac cording to announcement at the for- ci&u ox i ice SEN0RA DE LA HUERTA ON WAY TO JOIN PRESIDENT Tucson. Ar!z Inn. 99 c....... Adolfo de la Hnerta. wife of the pro visional president of Mexico, arrived ta Tucson yesterday afternoon with her children on her way to Join her husband In Mexico City. DIAZ DISCREDITS REPORT OP SUCCESSOR APPOIKTED. The report from Mexico City that Alfonso Sanchez Gavitn hait hn on- pointed collector of customs at Juarez is not credited by Carlos Felix Diaz, the present administrator. "I was appointed by provisional president de la Huerta as supervisor of customs at Juarez at the time the town went over to the revolutionary government," said Diaz. "If a new collector has been appointed I have received no official notice of It. I have Just received authorization, however, from the government au thorities at MeXfen fMtv tn onnnt f- Gavito when he appears with a rail road pass to the Mexican capital. Gavito has not as yet reached Juarez." vice cojrsm, steve agcirre was to .iKiv CHIHUAHUA POST Vice consul Steve Aenlrr. wh was recentlv traTiftfrrH - s.- American consulate at Juarez to that of Chihuahua City, under consul Stewart, has left for his new post Mr. Agulrre spent the last- month at Long Beach with his' wife and habx who will remain in California " oaiance or tne summer, after which thelftwlll loin Mr ii... - Chihuahua. DE I.A nUERTA HOLDS CORDIAI, .u.j3.ilI,.Tl,15 WITH OIIj SIEX MeXiCO CitV. (Y Jnm 99 - visional president De la Hiferta had a conference with oil men today. Aside from a statement that the con ference was marked with cordlallay. no details were given ont. TEM.OW FEVER AT VERACRUZ. Mexico City. June SX. Bv the As sociated Press.) Yellow fever is be- uevea-to nave orouen out In Vera cruz, where numerous cases of bu bonic plague were reported recently. according to newspaper dispatches re ceived yesterday. Pansy Knezvlch. of Sookane. has secured a divorce from her husband because he tickled her feet until she was hysterical. apron gingham Small and large ctecks of very best quality gingham; also suit able for children's play dresses. Extra special for $ Day, 'bleached cambric s Yard wide bleached cambric, very soft quaBty. suitable for aa- our Dollar Days are always looked forward to bv the thrifty Tomorrow's sale could aptly be called a Greater Dollar Day, for the many X'XISlf items cover a wide scope, jcvery memoer or me lamuy is piuviucu tut jpeaai q yards c J for V Q yards (J - "? ""CI "'"c "- J "ic""." j TT" 5 for P 1 savings well worth taking. Early shopping is advisable. $Day I - J-" J"N. undermuslins greatly underpriced for $ Day A fortunate purchase of manufacturer's samples en aWes us to offer a tableall of gowns, camisoles, petti coats, combinations, and earelope chemise for t Day selling. Made of fine soft muslin and nainsook, trim med with laces and embroideries. These garments par chased in the regular way would cost you up to $S0. Soese are slightly soiled. All are included as a tf - f Day Extra Special at, the garment P X piece goods bargains for S Day PAJAMA CHECKS 16 inch crossbar nainsook, a good heavy quality suitable for pajamas, underwear, etc, A regular 60c grade, Q Yards J - t Day Special O For V-l Main Floor. SEECEEIZED P0PLET 27 inch highly mercerisd popfin in tight blue, Copenhagen, old rose, pink, blue and grey. A regular (See quality, O Yards (t 1 $ Day Special t For P 1 Main Floor. LDTEHE STJITIHGS AUD BEACH CLOTH 36 inch Kaene suitings and beach cloth suitable for skirts, dresses aad esBdreirs suits. A regular O Yards J -I 75c value $ Day Special t For ijl Main Floor. $130 VOILE F0S $1 (0-inch voiles in floral, plaid and striped designs. A large selection from which to choose, regular value $L50. fT-J $ Day Special, the yard P1 Main Floor. SHIRTING MADRAS Serviceable quality, all white, neat 'woven stripe effects 32 inches wide; CSe and 7Se quality, ty Yards j t Day Special t For ? L PBTKTED MAEQUISETTE A beautiful 49-ineh wide certain material in many pretty patterns and color combinations. 76c value, . r Yards t " Day Special For P1 Basement. S0ISETTE A dose woven 32 inch wide doth, suitable for blouses, waists aad men's shirts, in all the wanted colors. ty .Yards (t J Day Special For Pl Basement. VOILES 36 to 46 inch width, mostly in floral de signs, ta all the wanted shades and ty Yards f "1 color eombfeatioES, $ Day Special t For tpJL Basement. out of town customers For the benefit of those who cannot come to ill Paso to attend our Dollar Day sale, we have arranged to Ell all orders as long as lots last at Dollar Day prices, provided that the- orders reach us not later than Saturday, June 26th. Make up your list and send by first maiL specials for men and boys JEM'S HANDKERCHIEFS, soft mnsHn Handkerchiefs with inch kera, mednrm size. A regular lSe seller, Day Spe cial, J.- IS for Pl WASH TIES Ties of good quality wash materials with colored fancy stitching. Regu lar 66c ues, f Day Special, SI SI 2, For 1 BOYS' BLOUSES A well Blade, good fitting blouse, "Hero" make, of btoe chain bray. Sizes 8 to 14 years, reg ular value $L2S, Day d1 Special '. J I MEN'S BELTS A quality leather beK with or initial buckle in afl colors and shea. A $L58 value, ft- J Day Special J1 MEN'S CAPS Caps of silk or wool, an odds and ends lot. There are some sixes for big boys. Tabes Dp to ZM. To close out, JJ1 f Day Special jl SILK TIES A table faH of wide flowing four-ia-hasd ties in handsome new patterns, either Bent or dark colors. Regular JL50 ties, f-J Day Special J1 MEN'S DRAWERS Made of havy jean doth with das tie seams in all wasted sixes. Day Special, . the pair . BOYS' KNICKERS Excep tional quality; made of light weight khaki. Sizes 8 to 16. $1.36 quality, S Day Special BOYS' MUSLIN NIGHT SHIRTS Fancy braid trim med. Faultless brand, ages 10 to 16. $1.75 value, rj- J Day Special J)1 MEN'S. UNDERWEAR Made of extra quaBty balbrig gan shirts and drawers all sizes. Regular JL2S values, $ Day Special, (J the garment VA BOYS' MUSLTN UNION SUITS "Kerry Kat" crossbar maslin union saite, ages 6 to 12 years, rlegnlar L25 value, $ Day Special. . . . MEN'S MUSLTN GOWNS Wdl made, fuH cut muslin gowns, sizes 15 to 17. tf -f S Day Special ..'...'. J X BOYS' CLOTH AND STRAW HATS A table fall of odds and ends, in many styles aad colors. Values up to fZ. f Day Special ...., SI $1 women's wash skirts Lucky Indeed w31 be the woeses who buy skirts from this lot. They are manufacturer's samples made of gabardines, piques, repps, etc. Nicely trimmed with large pockets and beHa. A splendid selection from wMeh to choose. Had they been bought in the regular way they would have to be sold up to $6. J1 A $ Day Kxtra Special, each J1 hosiery specials $ Day LISLE HOSE In the well known Gordon make colors gray, field moose, navy, brown, ezauapagBe, white 8e grade, -Q Pairs fl' J Day Special Sot J1 MISSES' HOSE White, Hack or tan Cordon Round Ticket Hose, 46e quality, Q Pairs A -j J Day Special O For J1 WOMEN'S COTTON LISLE HOSE Serviceable cotton Hsle hose, full fashioned, strictly first quality, in black, white, cordovan. A good 75c value, ty Pairs ? -1 I Day Special For Pl CHILDREN'S COTTON HOSE A goad wearing black ribbed hose. Double heel and tee, A Pairs fi -f sixes5Vio9. J Day Special. f For pl BOYS' HOSE Black hose, heavy ribbed, is all sizes 44c regularly, Q Pairs A I Day Special 3 For ijl MEN'S SOCKS In all colors, Bear Brand Sox, double heel and toes, 46e grade, Q Pairs t -J S Day Special O For Pl WOMEN'S FIBER SILK HOSE Gordon hose; first quality, durable heel and toe, deep garter top. J1.S0 value quaBty. Ol J Day Special 1 housefurnishings $ Day PILLOW CASES Fruit ef the Loess ty Cases Q -j weave Se quality. 3 Day Special t For J) J. MIKED FEATHER PILLOWS 2 Bh, covered fan cy art ticking; $136 value, f-l 3 Day Special, each P-L HUCK TOWELS Extra heavy, o Towels jjj'l large size, 45e quality. 3 Day Special O For CJ- KING AND QUEEN BROOMS As as extra special for Day we offer Glenn Broom Cc's Brooms, a stand ard 3L35 broom, J-J 3 But Special Ji TURKISH TOWELS Medinra size TurJqeh face tow els, recaiar vahae 65c. o Towels 3 Day Special Ct For COTTON HUCK TOWELS Medruss site cotton bock towels, regular price 35c each, r" Towels v For Day Special $1 i bock $1 -$ Day specials for women and children BOUDOIR CAPS A special lot, consisting of georget, wash satin and net, trimmed in laces and ribbons. Values to 31. 3 Day Special, ty Caps J1 For Ii DRESSING SACQUES Wo men's chains dressing sacques, neatly trimmed with braid. Regu lar values, $1.25. fh-t $ Day Special J1 WOMEN'S VESTS Forest MiDs make fine, soft lisle; sleeveless band or negligee top; 76e value, ty Vests-d1 3 Day Special... For J1 MTDDIES A good quality mus lin middy trimmed in red or navy blue, in all wanted sizes for misses and children, (f-l 3 Day Special P INFANTS' DRESSES Made of nice quality, soft lawn short dresses, neatly trimmed with Valenciennes lace around the neck and sleeves. Ages 1 to 6. tfjl 3L35 value, 3 Day Special.. Ji BOYS' UNION SUITS Made of crossbar muslin, athletic style, button waist attached. Sires 2 to 10 years. ty Suits f -I 3 Day Special... t For P X $1 LAWN BLOUSES Long or short sleeves, various styles of collars, lace or embroidery trim med; $1-60 and JLio quality; 3 Day Special. woauerrs vests Band or taped top, fine ribbed cotton vests; extra or regular size; 40c value O Vests 1 3 Day Speeial ... J Fer $i- Basement. CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS Trimmed with flowers and rib bons. A table full of hats in ages 3 to 8 years, values to 32 .50. 3 Day Special CORSET COVERS Val lace or embroidery trimmed; made fit nice quality batiste or long doth; 59e value; . Q Covera J1 3 Day Speeial .. 5 For P 1 Basement. CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS Knit unkra suits, knee length, no sleeves, with button waist at- ' taehed. Ages 2 to o Sorts 10 yrs. 3 Day Sod For CHILDREN'S PARASOLS Made with kwg wooden handles, pretty color combinations. Values to 310. 3 Day Special LACES, 5 YARDS FOR $1 For $ Day we have gathered a lot of Valenciennes, shadow and cotton duny laces ranging in width from 2 to 6 inches aad worth regularly from C Yards f -j 26e to 36e & yard. 3 Day Special O For V-- WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Forest Mills make, good quality cotton Sale, caff or shell knee, tailored top or negligee, regular $L26 value. 3 Day special, f-f tits garment P JL PHONE 5200. THfe1 COR. OVERLAND & FOR ALL DEPTS GLOBE fcjsSyffy SAN JACINTO STS. SILK CAMISOLES Beautifully fnmisfaed, trimmed with wide bee, made of dainty crepe de chine in flesh only, 31-35 value, (N't 3 Day Special ijl CHILDREN'S KNIT UNDER WAISTS Taped seams, button attachments. A sturdy kwg wear ing waist for ehOdxem, ages 2 to 12 years. Q Waists - 3 Day Speeial... O For pl PERCALESE PETTICOATS Made of good quaBty percaliae in solid colors or fancy stripes. Reg ular il-ap garments, 3 Day Special BUNGALOW AND KITCHEN APRONS A special lot of these coal and practical aproes, wdl made of good quality, neat figured percales. They are eat fall, belted styles, some have, ceekets. (ft -f Regaktr value 31.75. 3 Day Speeial (narit two) ..$! INFANTS' VESTS Infanta cotton ribbed vests with long or short sleeves, regular Tabu O Vests 4c 3 Day Speeial J For SI SI $1 $1 'Tlte Store That Sells For Less' BUILDING MEN TO BE AIDED BY NEW PLAN OF CHAMBER Build Ins and construction news covering every town In the txi-state region will be furnished to members of the EI Paso chamber of commerce dally without charge, according to ar rangements completed Tuesday even ing. The service win oe cauea tne "Greater El Paso News Service,- and will be conducted as part of the ser vice In connection with the publica tion of the chanroer of commerce magazine. More than to papers, representing practically every dally and most of the weekly papers of the southwest, are received at the chamber of com merce, and these are clipped daily with a view to securing all available news as to construction, building and contracting in this region. El Paso contractors are furnished all articles concerning contracts about to be let. and El Paso lumber yards and build ing material and supply firms are given full Information as to con tracts already let. This service la available to all members of the chamber of commerce without charge. At present onlv the contractors and material firms are supplied with the news, but on appli cation to the chamber of commerce any member may be placed on the use without charge. APPOINTMENT OF AL0MIA FILLS MEXICO'S CABINET With the appointment of Salvador Martinez Alomla as minister of the interior under the Mexican de facto government, the cabinet of provisional president de la Huerta Is now com plete, according; to La Patrla, a local Mexican dally. Covarrublas has the portfolio of secretary of foreign relations: Alva rado. minister of finance: Trevlno of Industry and labor: Ortiz Rubio of communitlons: Calles of war and navy, and Antonio L Villareal of agriculture. STREET IMPROVEMENT TAX UPHELD BY SUPREME COURT Austin, Tex.. June 23 The con stitutionality of the act of 199. au thorizing cities and towns In Texas to construct permanent street im provements and assess & part of the cost against abutting property and the owners thereof, and providing for the enforcement and collection of such assessments, was upheld today by he supreme court in affirming the judgment of the court of civil ap peals in the case of Noah Spears and wife against the city of San Antonio from Bexar county. The supreme court held that .the legislature had the authority to dele gate to cities and towns in Texas power to levy such assessments agalns? the owners of property for construction of street Improvements, and that the act does not exclude married women from obligations im posed on benefitted property owners. THE COURTS. 34TII DISTRICT COUItT. Jndee W. TJ. Howe. PrrsMlna'. Ex carte Geonra S. NewelL disabtl- ' ities as a minor removed. State vs. Nadlne Jurgenson. ex emption claims of panel heard. DISTINGUISHED MEN RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREES AT YALE New Haven. Conn, June St. Tale university at Its 219th commencement exercises In Woolsey hall today con ferred honorary degree of doctor of lawa on Gen. John J. Pershing, who commanded the American expedition ary forces. Thomas De Witt Cuyler. railroad administrator and wartime chairman of the Association of Rail road Executives: the right. Hon. Sir Auckland Geddea. British ambassador to the United States and Jules Jesse rand. French ambassador to the United States. Kodak Flotsams-. ?08 N. Oregon Sheldon Hotel Bide- MEXICAN SHOT BY DEPUTY IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION Bat little hope is entertained for the recovery of Bosendo Magallanes. the Mexican snot by deputy sheriff i C. M. Litchfield on the Tsleta road near Acarate station early Monday. I according to Information given out I at ine nocei ineu weanesoay. The bullet tired by Litchfield, after Magallanes had pointed his re volver at the deputy sheriff, after passing through the man's right arm. . enterea nis side ana is said to nave lodged near his spine. The man's condition Is critical. CARPETS CLEANED the best waj - or uifl ocei cie&xiera. vv iiim-AULr Sell Oil Stock to Cnrtlu & Co Adv. TJCAN Plant ? Phone 7S- Adv. SSTII DISTRICT COURT. Jndee Ballard ColdwelL Presiding. Virginia Abell vs. Francis Abel!, divorce, petition filed. Agnes Davis vs. James A. Davis, divorce, petition filed. ilST DISTRICT COURT. Jndee P. R. Price, PreIdlne. Jordan vs. El Paso electric railway, on trial. A. B. Frank Co. vs. First National bank, garnishment, filed. A. B. Frank Co. vs. Security Bank and Trust Co.. suit for debt, filed. A. B. Frank Co. vs. Francisco Ter razas and Jose Ayut, suit for debt, filed. MY PLATE GLASS From Belgium and France has arrived in Gal veston. I also have a large supply of WINDOW GLASS and ROUGH GLASS OAK FLOORING MONEY TO LOAN ON BUILDINGS. L. W. HOFFECKER L Hueco Basin (Near El Paso) Geologists of national standing have passed most favorably on this seetioa. Wall bow drilling over 306 ft. skews same forma tion as Ranger field. We win sell leases at very low prices. ExeeUeat opportunity for sew corporation to aeqaire large holdings for snail amount with good prospects of finding oil. GEO. A. LAMB & CO., INC 220 Fifth Ave. Hew Tort ?HU w4at OM Baoklet tm at KMMaa arxdta 7 ui tfc HB9nU atrtt o farms Accta. r Booklet t oa t I arsoctts witaiMiaaa ntm Aecta, ! ELPASOBAiNK&TBUSTCO. .A50.JW APfTA. 9 200690001 2SJ'AJ-tSLU2& STATE NATIONAL BANK ' apital. Sarplno A Profits S490.OOC.00. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. C R. Horebesd. Prealdeat. Joseph tlacorrlR. Vlre-Prs!dent V. N. Bassett. Vlee-Pmldent. George D. Florv. Vlre-Prrsldeat. R. W. McAfee. Cashlrm C M. Jiebeker. Aast Uualer.