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EL PASO HERALD
BOOTLEGGERS
IE CHUT
as Cruces. N. M., July 14. A num
. - of alleged bootlegffrs wre ar
rested here. Some are now out on
ill The capture was made by fed
. -al Inspectors.
Mr. and Mrs. Beal have burled tbeir
12 days old child. This Is the third
baby of this family that has died In
it last few years at 12 days of age.
w T. Collin went to Tonuco yes
' e-day.
A meeting of the local Americas
' trion post will be held tonight.
Herbert W. Teo went to Rtseon
esterday
Mrs. Geors Speers will entertain
J e Sew and So dub today.
The swimftBine pool is closed for a
r w days
The primary class of the Presby
terian Sunday school enjoyed a per-
i in the park yesterday afternoon.
Ftsh Are Biting!
Lots of good fishing: holes around
l Paso Come In and we will show
ou We can outfit you for every
i cat ion need. Camping Supplies,
:-1 shin it Tackle, Guns and Ammuni-
on EEstman Kodaks and Kodak
'iriBhing. Bathing Suits. Only
juihty (Soods and Reasonable Prices.
r. G. Billlnm Company.
(Suecrs W. G. Wall Co.)
103 So. El Paso Adv.
St1! Oil Stock to Cnrtlas & Co-Adv.
"Walk a Block and Save
the Difference"
K1
Kloth
Suits
A MID-SUMMER
BARGAIN
Regular $15 values, be
ing closed out at the
special price of
I $8.00
WOMEN REPMH
PHONE LIES
Anthony. N. M July 14. Proof of
woman being able to handle a znans
job In case of necessity was Illus
trated here this week, when the op
erators on the local switchboard went
out to do some repair work alone the
lines In the absence of the lineman,
who is ill in 1 Paso.
One to the great amount of heavy
hauling this season, the cross roads
are in a deplorable shape and need
grading and leveling. This state of
azrairs exists au over roe vaiiey.
Because of the unusually heavy
crop of alfalfa, anmerons farmers are
still patting: up vhls second catting
and some have Just commenced. John
Forsyth, on the Dairy farm, is only
half throneh the second crop and.
when finished, expects to have about
15,000 bales of hay to market.
The fine cantaloupe field on the
A W Downer form, near here, 4s one
of the best in the valley. The plants,
which fairly cover the ground, are
loaded with fruit, and a Ms crop will
be shipped from this place.
Mrs. H. West and two daughters
Misses Gilliam and Katherine West,
of Oklahoma City, who have been vis
iting their aunt, Mrs. Patrick Cole
man, in Aatnony. left this week for
Clondcroft. where they will spend the
remainder of the summer. Mrs. H.
Pttlliam, of Pomona, Calif, who was
also here with her sister, left for the
mountain resort and will visit rela
tives in El Paso.
NAMED DAIRY INSPECTOR.
Phoenix, Aria, July 14. Clarence
Dana, of Mesa, was appointed stats
dairy inspector today by governor
Campbell. He succeeds W. A. Barr,
who recently tendered his resignation.
Have Ton Heard Oh! By JlncoF
Hear it at '-Billinc." demonstrated
by expert, oourteous salesladies, cool,
comfortable, soundproof rooms. Victor
and Brunswick Records. Mail orders
given prompt attention.
P. G. Billlsps Company.
(Sneers. W O. Walx Co.)
163 So. El Paso, Adv.
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For
Red
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Strength
And 6
Endurance
Little Savings Account Says:
Save Your Dollars When
You Don't Need Them
.Then you -will have them when
you do. That is the whole Phi
losophy of thrift. It is as simple as ,
it is sound and sensible.
My Home is a Good Place
to Save Them
BlPaso Bank&Trust Company
Saxtfzigs-Cbmmerclal-Trusp
JJI PASO gTwBBtAimHRVEjS- TEXAS
Here They Are, Boys
Bargains of Astounding Value in
STRAW HATS
We are closing oat our line of straw hats at bed rock prices,
and bow k the time to buy a new "katy" for the rest of the
summer or one for next season.
Toyo Panamas regular $3 and $3.50
values; special
Straws worm $5 and $6; (? O A C
special tPeJeTTc
The Palace Clothing Co.
216-212 East Overland St.
We Want Your Mail Orders.
$1.98
L
IHGECHOi
5-
HEAR THOWSOI
Paris, Tex July 14. It. E. Thoma
son. candidate tor governor, spoke at
Bontam, Honey Grove and Paris
Tuesday. Large crowds heard him at
each place. He made a handshaking
trip through the business districts of
Savoy, Dodd CHy, Wlndom and Petty.
He spent most t! the day in Fannin
county, Joe Bailey's old congressional
district.
In his talks, Thomason did not re
fer to Bailey, following his custom
since he started campaigning.
Judge Tom Stecer Introduced
Thomason at Honey Grove as "an old
neighbor and a man who is not a
demagog, though he was born a. bare
foot boy, like all of us."
In his Bonham address Thomason
condemned Xeffs land tax plank,
"lately Keff has said he wants the
land tax to apply to only ont of the
state owners," Thomason said.
"Neff Is growing weaker and weak
er and I shall nor be surprised if he
repudiates the graduated land tax as
a principle entirely before Saturday
a week. I am pretty certain that as
a lawyer Neff will find his proposed
tax is against the constitution, but,
even if that is not so, I undertake to
say his position is wrong."
Thomason renewed his attack on
Neff for riding to political meetings
on railroad passes.
Thomason was very hoarse at Paris
last night.
Ed. H. McCuiston. former mayor of
Paris, introduced Thomason Tuesday
night as "a man bountifully equipped
In the elements of citizenship which
we so delight to see in public ser
vants." The EI Paso candidate approved
Ben Looneya attack on church de
nomination activity in Texas politics
as set forth by Looney in Dallas Mon-
,oay nignt.
GAMBLING D0ESNT EXIST
IN EL PASO, 5AYS CHIEF
Branding as untrue an assertion
made at the luncheon of the Realty
board at the Toltec club Tuesday,
chief of police J. M. Montgomery de
clared "gambling does not exist and
has not existed in El Paso .for some
time" in a conference with members
of the city council Wednesday.
"That 1 have also found to be the
condition. acting mayor B. G Semple
asserted. "The attack on the local
police department was unjustified."
The campaign ordered by chief
Montgomery several weeks ago
against gambling was most effective,
he asserted. Orders Issued at that
time with regard to rigid enforcement
of the law. he said, however, still are
in force.
"If any citizen knows of any
gambling or should cars to make in
vestigations along that line, the po
lice will be glad of his cooperation."
he said.
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Corpus Christ!. Texas, July 14.
"Little Willie Hobby." as Joe Bailey
called the Texas. governor here Tues
day nlxiit. was declared to be one of
the members of the political oligarchy
wnicn rules Texas.
A little further on Bailey said:
"I will not be so immodest as to
say I will make the best governor
Texas ever had, but I will say if I
cannot make Texas a better gover
nor than most of these men who are
running for governor, then God pity
Texas."
Speaking on union labor, Bailey
reiterated his etory of how. when a
paper hanger papers one home, the
paperhanger dare not remove a piece
of scantling and will not let the home
owner remove It. "The union de
mands that a union carpenter be
sent for." said Bailey.
"Oh, boas," called one man as Bailey
made this statement.
That ain't so." cried another.
"We call you on that," yelled a
third.
"I am not surprised you deny It,
said Bailey. "No man could defend
such a thing."
"What you say is true. Joe, called
a fourth man. "It happened to me."
"Of course Its true, cried back
BaUey. "It happened to me. too."
Bailey criticized the wet vote of the
Texas delegation to the national con
vention.
ATTENDS cniCACO COWKNTIOX.
Dr. Paul Gallagher went to Chi
cago a week ago to attend the con
vention of the committee of Forty
eight and to take a postgraduate
course in surgery at the Chicago med
ical school. Ha will be gone until
August 1.
WOMAN IS ROBBED.
Mrs. A. C. Andrews, (11 Mesa ave
nue, reported to city detectives Tues
day that thieves had entered her boom
and taken 52-8 In gold and four
handkerchiefs valued at 1 each.
Sure
elief
f-ffi It-
DALLAS PAPER COMES OUT
IN FAVOR OF THOMASON
TfAllaji. Tt Jnlr H. Th Dallas
Dispatch has thrown Its hat Into tha
rlnr In favor of Thomason. The pa
per. In a front page editorial Wednes
day, oame oat stronr for Thomason.
laying- that of the tare candidates
against Bailey, Thomasoi. Is best
equipped to beat Bailer-
The eonoriai saw:
The Dalit DlptcH Miiercs joe Bai
ley's onseropoloTW arraylnr ef eUca affalmt
clan in Texas is a ehallense to the de
cent TOters ef the state. Thsy hmld do
ererythhir to their power to encoxapass his
defeat ana rep-aaiais ais Dnwimmeo
mlxiar la the affairs of this otherwise
pe&ce&oie eonunoaweaiin.
"The Dallas Dlapateh Satvnda to Wave
no toae tmtaraed to dtfest Bailey and
all he stands for. The Dallas Dtepaten boll-area
It is neceMsry. posHlrely and af
firmatively, to oenter on one of Bailey's
opponents to carry oat thi intention.
The three men runnlne against Bailey
are an rood men and loyal Democrats. It
is a question of which one of them, la mil
respects, is heet equipped to combat Bai
ley and the tsenee he hu raised.
"The DaUaa Dispatch beUeves R. B.
Thomason beet answers this reqairement.
If the fovernorshlp la to be deolded on
the labor tess-a Bailey baa so craftily
raised, Thomason is the man to carry the
banner of the men and woman who ton.
Ills platform plank and his eeteeaoent ut
terances on the labor issue are dear and
ttttn-ditakable and they are in harmony
with the state and national DemocraUo
pUtforma"
Bets in Dallas are three to one In
favor ot Thomason.
PROGRESSIVES
SEEK REFUGE
By DAVID LAWItnXCE.
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RULING MADE ON TEXAS
ABSENTEE VOTING LAW
Ansttn. Tex- Jnlr 14. The attor-
nT srensral's denartment has advtsd
that absents, voters must east their
ballots not mori than 10 days and not
less than three days oezora the pri
maries. In other words, the voter
this year has from today to Jnlr 21
to avail himself of the advantages
of the absentee votine law. The law
provides that the voter snail appear
in person before the county clerk of
the connty of his residence and from
whom he shall be sunDlled with an
official ballot. The voter then pre
pares his Ballot and leaves It with
the county clerk. The attorney Gen
eral's department has rendered an
oDinion that county execntive com
mittees have authority under the
statute to compel all voters before
they are permitted to cast ballots In
primary election to subscribe to af
fidavits making oath that they will
snoDort the nominees, and also that
they voted for tha nominees from
governor down to constable In the
191S election. These testa are In ad
dition to the Pledge printed on the
ballot, and whlcfi Is prescribed by
statute.
ALLEGED LAB0RP0L1TICAL
STATEMENT IS DENOUNCED
Circulars purporting to come from
Labor's Political league of Texas and
which have been published. It Is said,
in numerous newspapers of the state,
are denounced In an official state
ment Issued by George H. Slater,
president, ana Kooert Mc&iniey, sec
retary, of the Texas State Federation
of Labor. J. U Hauswald. secretary
of the central labor body In El Paso,
has received copies of the statement
zor aistnoution in jsi raso.
The state labor orsanlaatlon denies
any Knowledge of who has been Is
suing statements under the name of
Labor's Political League of Texas.
Labor also denies any effort Is being
made by it to set the farmer against
the city worker. What labor does,
claim as Its legislative program It
outlines unaer three neaas, as fol
lows: Perfection of the present women's
minimum wage law.
perfection oi tne present compen
sation law.
Repeal of the present poll tax law.
A candidate for a state office, the
labor statement says, has been using
literature or tne doubtful organiza
tion to further his Interests.
FGIIasoueiette&Co.
Accountants
first Satl Bloc
El Paso,
lexal.
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211 TEXAS STUCET
E. W. King & Co.
Jewelers, Watchmakers
Opticians
Formerly CURTIS & KING
WATCH DOGS FOR SIGNS
OF RABIES, MAYOR ASKS
A rabid doe which ran wild in Ft.
Bliss and the outer edges of the oity
limits Tuesday caused orders to be
issued by acting mayor k. u. sempie
to local health authorities to main
tain a strict lookout for other af
fected canines.
The public likewise is urged to
keep dose watch on any dogs owned
by them, and to report to the health
authorities the first sign of Infec
tion.
According to reports reaching Mr.
SernDle. several other does were bit
ten at Ft. Bliss, with the result that
all animals on the reservation have
been ordered locked up for several
aays
SEVEN INDICTED FOR
MINNESOTA LYNCHING
Duluth. Minn, July 14. Seven In
dictments were returned yesieraay
by the special grand jury investigat
ing the lynching ot three negroes.
Two of the men Indicted were arrest
ed, charged with inciting riot.
To Destroy Malarial Germs.
Take GROVE'S TASTKLBSS chill
TOXIC. It destroys all malarial germs
in the blood, and removes the impuri
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TONIC Strengthens and Builds up the
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Strengthening, Invigorating Effect.
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Sore .and Tender
Gums
Satarate a piece of cotton with
Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing 03
and place it against the sore earns.
It relieves Instantly, takes out all
inflammation and heals the sore
gams. 30c per bottle.
forward to the next contest. And
Judging by the expressions which the
writer heard on his western trip it is
safe to assume that unless Cox and
Harding both discover the roots of
the power which Wood. Johnson,
Hoover and McAdoo held in the west
ern country, those four individually
will be heard from In the contest four
years from now. Surely if governor
Cox is defeated, the opportunities of
McAdoo to lead the party In 1S24 will
be greater than they were this time
with the absence of Woodrow Wilson
from office for four years there will
be no plausibility behind the cry of
"crown prince" or soninlaw. an ar
gument that had weight not merely
with the Republicans but with the
Democrats, too. Furthermore if Cox
loses the Wilson branch of the Demo
cratic party will engage In a mighty
struggle next time to overthrow the
.rammany tiger.
On the other hand, should governor
Cox be elected and do to the Tam
many bosses what woodrow Wilson
did to the New Jersey bosses when
once he secured the nomination from
them and was elected to office, the
entire Democratic party would be
obliged to nominate Cox for a second
term.
Hoover 1o Be la Llmellzht.
In the Republican party the talk of
1924 also has a definite bearlnir on
what kind of support will be given
the Republican ticket this year.
Friends of Herbert Hoover who al
ways have wanted to see him classed
as a Republican are glad he has come
out In favor of Harding. This, they
think, will assist Hoover four years
from now, especially If Harding Isn't
elected next falL Incidentally there
is a real boom on in California to
make Hoover governor of the state
two years hence if governor Stephens
decides to run for the senate. If he
doesn't then Hoover is being talked
of for the senate aealnst Johnson.
The Idea seems to be to keep Hoover
in tbe political llmenght for tne next
four years. Whether he occupies a
piace in tne naroing caoinei or is a
candidate for senator or governor of
his state, within four years he will
have wiped tbe elate clean of the sug
gestion that he lived abroad too
many years to understand affairs, and
will have aligned himself long enough
with Republicanism to be considered
eligible for high honors.
3fuch Depends On West,
To be sweot into power on a wave
of resentment, however, one cannot
boast of secure support and unless
Harding. If elected, proves himself a
progressive tbe western part of the
United States will reveal a resurgent
progresslvism that will nuke logical
in lit I a repetition of the political
cents of li:. Harding would, ot
course, be the candidate of the or
ganization men in the east tor re
election just as was Tart, and John
son might easily become the Roose
velt of the occasion. The sooner
Harding and the west get close to
gether and the sooner the Republican
managers realize that their front
porch campaign will not get the pub
licity or attention that a trip of
speeches would get the brighter will
iiepoDiican cnances oecome, especially
In such doubtful states as California.
Copyright, !!, by David Lawrence.
BRYAN RAFS BOTH
PARTY NOMINATIONS
Boise. Idaho. Jnlr 14. William J.
Bryan. In an address hers last night,
severely censored both Democrats
and Republicans for their nomination
of alleged "wet" candidates, their
xauure to maice recognition in tneir
platform of America's fight for pro
hibition, or the adoption of dry
planks, and the uncertainty and am
biguity of both party planks on the
league ot nations.
Chicago Bishop Plans
Twenty'Story Church
Chlcaro. III. July 14 A it-story
building containing a church audi
torium, will be erected on the site
of the First Methodist church here
as a part of tbe coming centenary
reconstruction program, it was an
nounced today by bishop Thomas
Nicholson. Six floors of the building
will be devoted to religious activities.
and the remainder rented for orflces.
the Inooms to be used tor church
work.
KIWANIANS SEE MOVIES,
EAT AND DRINK NEAR BEER
Klawanlans did not go to their
usual weekly luncheon Wednesday,
but Instead went to the Bllanay mo
tion picture theater where they saw
"Don't Ever Marry," a recently re
leased film comedy and a news week
ly, to say nothing of several comic
gibes at John Buanor, Sam Hlllett,
Scott White and others.
Ben Lewis, manager of the theater
and host to the club, was compelled
by business to be out of the elty, but
a wire from him from Dallas was
thrown qn the screen bidding tne Kl
wanlans make merry.
A luncheon was served In sacks by
the chamber ot commerce. Bach sack
was accompanied by a bottle ot near
bser. The mezzanine balcony was
turned over to the Klwanians many
of whom took their wives. The the
ater party started at 11:30 oclock and
ended at 1.10.
CHANGE SAN JACINTO STREET
NAME, ASK PROPERTY OWNERS
Proposed changes in the names and
numbers of several ei paso streets
are to be referred to the city council
at Its regular weekly meeting at the
city hall tomorrow morning, accord
ing to alderman park nttman.
Most Important among the pro-
nosed name chanres. he said. Is that
ot San Jacinto street to South Mesa
avenue. The street formerly was
part of the restricted district, and the
uncnangea name, accorain? id prop
erty owners, is Injurious to property
values and business.
Other chances are due to duplica
tion or to the fact that thoroush
fares of outlying suburbs recently
incorporated in the city limits are
continuations or aowntown sireeu.
GRAHAM COUNTY BSBS POISON
TO niD II SELF OP RABBITS
Phoenix. Ariz.. JnlT 14. Graham
county la using poison to rid farming
areasxr raDDits wnicn wreaienea ue
structlon of cotton and other crops,
according to -word received at gov
ernor Campbell's office from that
county, commissioner oi agnouuure
Andrew Kimball and the Oraham
county board ot supervisors previous
ly had informed the governor ot the
need of waging war on the rabbits,
which had destroyed !S acres ot cot
ton, and they asked for an appropria
tion from the state's emergency fund
to aid them in their fight.
HEAT BRINGS FOREST FIRBS.
Preeoott, Ariz. July 14. Foresr
rangers from this vicinity have been
sent to Flagstaff to Join in fighting
heavy forest fires. The ranger sta
tion six miles south of here t-enorted
yesterday that a smoke haze was
covering the forest area to the north.
Two small blazes within a few miles
Of Presoott were extinratihed with
out trouble Monday. Officials of the
forest service said tha tires were the
result of dry weather and unusual
heat.
Attention F. O. Ragles.
Important business, of interest to
every member, to come before oar
meeting tonight. All members are
requested to be present
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