El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913 Page: 3 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY. AUGUST 4 1513.
NORTH SONQRA ORE
m-MIWUM AT Till PORT or M .1
FTUKTA fflOWH fWCRKAHR
Warren DMrM la Use Mate of AH
mo BhlnpK M Clara Pally
Doulaa Aria. Au. I. Ths moat
rellnt fiscal thirty days la tha hls-
torr of Aua Prlata aa a pert of aa-
port la shown by tha figures daaltna:
with tiualnaa passlnc through th
offlr of tha Anna Prlata eollactor of
ruatotnii from July 1 to 10 Inclustv.
Tha estimated valua of or xportd
during that period la 1.1(7.100 paaoa.
Inrludlnar other hualnaaa from which
'ho atata government reeelrad a total
Inrome of 140000 peaoa. During tha
month the Importation upon which
duty was paid were valued at 101.000
paaoa. Tha constitutional authorities
are delighted at the showing which
la tha beet evMenoe that could be
liven of sincerity of their guarantee
of aafety to Investment both native
and foreign In the aectione .hey con-
trol. Tha report fnltowa:
Ore Hhlpaareita July IBIS.
N'acosarl :no lj.200
HI Tlgre 1 401
Churlmababl it ft
Batuc 1 is
Monte Crlato I JO
Wvera. 1 is
Ago BneVia 1 tt
La Sonora 1 St
Vao.iiero 4 jot
San Francisco i S
Arrhlplelago . . 2 70
Malllde i jo
Kl Oallo 9 stl
Santa Margarita . I SS
Total 181 11.321
Kl Tlgre. OS bare; bullion. S.4 76
Estimated value Mexican currencv:
Copper ll.Sl 9. 100
Sold . . . 360.500
Cattle. 601 head.
Hides 18070 pounds.
t'INCO MINAS MI lit UNDERWAY.
Machinery Enter Several Parts on the
Way to Jalisco Mine
Guadalajara Jal. Max. Aug. S.
Much of the structural Iron for the
framework of the big reduction plant
of the Clnco Mlnaa Co. In the Hostot-
Ipaqulllo district has reached the
property and the work of erecting It
has bean commenced. The founda-
tions of the plant were completed
some time a no. Machinery for the
plant and for the mines Is arriving
at Magdalene on the Southern Paci-
fic line and Is being freighted from
there to the Clnco Minas camp In wa-
gons. J. W. Crowd us. constructing engi-
neer for the company went to Tam-
plco recently to arrange for the Im-
mediate forwarding of machlnerv
which has entered Mexico through
that port. The remaining machinery
haa been routed to Mansanlllo via
Tetiuantepec and there will be no de
lay in delivery after It reaches that
Racine port. Manager Harry E. Craw
ford la confident that he will be able
to have the big plant In operation be-
fore the end of the year.
Judge J. W. Glrard of New Tork
president of the Clnco Minus Co. was
recently appointed ambassador
Germany by President Wilson.
O. Doveton of El Paso. Is one of
the conatructlon engineers at the
Eti FAVOR PAYING WELD. .
Makeover Property In Western Mex
I wo Is Rapidly Making Good.
Guadalajara Jal. Mex. Aug. S.
Another quarterly dividend of one
sent gold a share amounting to 136.-
000 gold will be paid by the El Fa-
vor Mining Co. the big Makaaver en-
terprise of the Hoatottpaquillo dis-
trict on July 30. This will be the
third dividend paid thla year and will
bring the total distribution to stock-
holders up to $105000 gold. A fourth
dividend will he paid on October 30.
The profits of the El Favor Mining
Co. In the month of May were I3t-
6V0.60 Mexican currency. The exact
figures for June are not yet available
but the profits during; that month
also were large.
There has been no Interference with
operations at El Favor and Mololoa
the Makeever campa in the Hostotl-
paqulllo district and much work is
going on under the direction of Wal-
ter Neal. Heavy shipments of high-
grade ore from El Favor to . the
Aguascallentes smelter continue and
the mill la operating steadily on El
Favor and Mololoa ores.
Shipped SO Can Dally During: fie
Month of July.
Douglas. Aria. Aug. S. The Im-
portant reduction In the ratea of
transportation for low grade ores
from Btsbe to El Paso have recent-
ly become effective on tha South-
weatern. The reduction averages
about SO per cent.
on low grades running up to 115
a ton the rate la now fl.SO and on
the same class running from 115 to
I- S a ton fne rate la 12. Tha reduc-
tions have not caused an appreciable
Increase In traffic aa the greater
part of the ore from the Warren dis-
trict la high grade and la sent hare
but the reduction will undoubtedly
affect Kl I'aao shipments In tlms.
That there haa been no let up for
the summer seaaou In production la
the Warren district la shown by the
fa t that the dally shipments from
Bis bee indicate aa average for the
month of July of I cars par day.
il TING DEFERRED S YEARS
Rull YnuU) Who Mole amp Out-
fit (.es lo Kefoi mry.
Bjg Ttm aaaeHI Cerrcseosdral
Moawell. N M Aug. S Floyd
Mengr. II years old who broke Into
a hardware store week and
stole guns and other equipment to
outfit a aamplag party ha had ar-
ranged among a half a doaen of his
friends haa bean sentenced to three
years In I he state reformatory y
Mange broke Into the stable Uwry
Hardware Mora last Saturday night
lis stole Iff la addition to guaa.
.n munition and camp equipment
The latter ha stored la hiding near
the rear eatraaee of the building and
ulth two other hoys cease after them
late that luahi. having burroa ready
t load sad intruding to slatl al once
fur the n.uniaiua In lh Meanliiiia
jbr had bean discovered and
Mirn KTXfi rofvi tn
New York. Handcuffed snd
shackled together sixty prisoners
mostly second term men and unruly
were tranMerred from Sum Sing pris-
on to Auburn prison wMhout trouble'.
This was the second hatch transfer-
City Marshal Stewart was Waiting for
the trio when they came.
The two boys arrested with Menge
proved that they had no actual part
In the robbery and they were re-
leased after trial before Judge Bell
Thursday. Menge was sentenced next
Other sentenre pronounced this
week by Judge Richardson were
three years in the reform school for
Carlos Tlneda. a It year old native
who forged the handwriting of his
teacher. Mlas Falrchild. to a check;
Jesse Ernest Baas 3500 fine and not
less than 18 months in the state pen
for the charge of larceny of six mules
belonging to 8. P. Butler.
DOUGLAS WOMAN SMUOKD.
Nearly Killed While Sleeping on the
Douglas. Ariz. August 3. Mrs.
C. L. Butler wife of the well
known Insurance man who haa offi-
ces on G avenue was slugged by an
unknown man at her home 1230
Eighth street at about 2 o'clock thla
morning and her skull Just above
the right ear fractured . the woman
being In a critical condition and un-
der the constant care of a physician
today. The brute who committed the
act used a stone weighing about onn-
half pound with Jagged corners. In
a cotton sock and the wonder la he
did not kill Mrs. Butler outright.
The woman was sleeping on the
front veranda when attacked her
husband was sleeping on the back
porch and her mother In a room In
SOME TEXAS SNAKE.
Rattler Was Eight Feet long and
Weighed 88 Pound.
A very large rattle snake waa kill-
ed by Koger Hill near Durham last
The anake measured eight feet In
length and weighed 88 pounds. This
snake has been seen In this commun-
ity several times In tho last sixteen
or seventeen years aad several at-
tempts have been made to enpture
him. but he waa always too shy until
he waa found the other day.
He was poor and could not crawl
around very faat. and It Is supposed
that he had become so old that he
could not catch anything for food.
There were only fourteen rattles on
htm. but showed that some had been
llosHI I I N. M.
Koswell. N. M . Aug. 2. Sam S.
Toms secretary of the Itoswell Com-
mercial club left Saturday morning
for Turumcarl as a delegate from the
local club to the convention of Com-
mercial Clubs of Eastern New Mexico
and West Texas. He is secretary-
treasurer of the federation.
The Roewell Women's club now has
a membership of 146 paid-up mem-
bers A number of new members
have been added during the summer.
The baseball series bejween Itos-
well and Pecos Texas haa been post-
poned until next week owing to tha
Pecos team'a Inability to come over
sirs N. Costa has returned from El
Paao and Imuglas Alia. where ahe
haa been vlaltlng frlenda and reta-
in. for aatural weeks. Previously
she visited at las Vegas and Denier.
The Buswell concert band enter-
tained another large crowd of people
Friday night at the Plasa The con-
certs are now glien weekly.
If W. Vauehelet assistant county
surveyor has been given the contract
to make preliminary maps and meas-
urements for the work soon to be
dune by the Roewell Drainage dis-
trict recently organised under the
laws of the slate of New Mexico. The
work la to be completed by October 1.
Tried to (Jiteil Flglurrs.
While trying to break up a fight at
a dance at the corner of Broadway and
Eighth street early yesterday morn-
lag Merlglldo Oarcla formerly a pa-
trolman on tha El Paao police force
and now a special watchman in the
ale i. North Western railway yard
waa set upon by about fifteen .mm
reua and severely cut about the face
arms aad body. Garcia s assailants
made their escape Jlls wouads were
dress sd by Police Curgron Dr Prank
Lynch. Ills condition la nut avrtoun
NOT WELL ENOUGH TO WORK
In these words la hidden the trag-
edy of many a wage earning v. oman
who supports herself aad is often
helping lo support a family on a. ea
gre wages Whether la .iff I. o. fat-
ton shop store or kit. t..i. woman
should remember that then la 'sas
tried and true reuedy for the ilia lo
whuli all woman are prone .u I the'
la Lydie K. Plakham s ..-. i.i.k-
Coeepeaed li creates tha vitality that
luekca work easy.
vZ$A PMOTe BY eSMCRlCfSW ren AMOCIATION ssflHflVaWsfi
hipk packs prom rrnv ab trict am TlumrnRKn
red due to the congested and Insani-
tary conditions st the old prison. It
waa planned to remove others later.
Because of the recent fires at Ring
Sins atarted by some of the desperate
characters. It was feared that there
COAL MINE EXPLOSION
Number of Deaths From Pennsylvania
Disaster Increased to Nine-
Bp The Auncimted Prett
Tower City Pa. Aug. 3. The num-
ber of deaths as a result of the double
explosion at the Bast Brookslde col-
liery of the Philadelphia and Heading
Coal and Iron company Saturday was
Increased to 10 today by the death at
Pottsvllle of John Lorenx mine au-
perlntendent. Dan Farley and John
Feasler. fire bosses are still In ths
workings In spite of the unusual ef-
forts which have been made to rescue
them. It Is now almost certain that
they' are burled under a big fall of
rock which occurred In the vicinity
of the tunnel where the first explo-
sion occurred. A large force of men
has been working In this fall In an
effort to recover the bodies.
Harry Rchoffstall. night Inspector
who was the only one of the first res-
cuing party to escape with his life
still is living and chances are good
for his recovery.
Howard Hand who was among the
killed of the rescuing force. Just had
quit work to return home to pitch
for the Reiner City baseball team. The
explosion occurred before he left the
mouth of the slope and he returned
with the rescuers. His brother a
player on the same team also waa
Of the killed seven were mine own-
era They were working about the
colliery inspecting as Is the custom
on days when the colliery Is Idle. An
examination showed that almoat all
of the American workmen died as a
result of after damp while the for-
eign workera were killed by the
SOCIAL NEWS OF
Br Timet Bpeotal Corrctpondmt
Hayden. Arts. T'nst master Harry
C. Adams has announced that on and
after September 1 the local post
office will be In such a shape as lo
handle deposits. A postal savings
bank waa Installed In the Wlnkelman
poat office about a year ago and
through the efforts of Mr. Adams
Hayden Is now to have one.
Oeorgn Johnson manager of the
Theatre Naclonal haa left for Los An-
gefea where he will meet Mrs John-
son who has been spending tha sum-
mer with relatives In the Northwest.
They will return to Hayden In about
two weeks. C. V. Bailey la acting
manager during Mr. Johnson a ab-
sence. R. M. Reci l traffic man for the
Hay Consolidated Copper Company
and holding a like position with tho
Hay and Gila Valley Railroad Com-
pany spent a few daya In Hay. audit-
ing the accounts of that station. C.
W. Gorhum agent at that point. Iins
resign..!. J. J. Hrownaon being his
Harry Oraham has returned to
Hayden after a month's vacation
spent In i 'olurado points.
A. J. Maclean cashier for the Ray
Consolidated Copper t'ompany spent
a few days In Hay on business In con-
nection with his department.
Falhar Paschtsus the pariah priest
has Just returned from Christmas
where he went to hold mesa lis will
visit Christmas every Wednesday
making one more ramp for his visits
In addition to Mamolh and Copper
Creak. The local church haa Just
been completed funds for Its erection
nig derived entirely from popular
H. A. Proaser member of the exe-
cutive committee of the American
Smelting and Refining Company la
la Hayden looking Into matters con-
nected with the local amailer. Mr
Prosser spent e
a short while sg
ors to the effr.
turn Is In I mm
lation of the pr
Tha two revart
nslderable tlasa here
i snd there are rum
' than- hla early ra-i-tlon
with the Inatal-
i posed blaat furnaces
eratory furnaces are
In conllnuoua operation handling the
Ray Consolidated concentrates and
also concentrates diverted from the
Kl Paao smelter shipped by the
Chtno Copper Company.
Dr A. B. Hood haa returned to
Hayden after a two weeka' a be ansa on
Mlas Wilcox chief nurse la tha lo-
cal huepilai. haa left Hayden for
Phoenix where she Intends to reside
la lha future
Clareaoe Wright has arrived :a
Hayden. having accepted tha position
as chief timekeeper for the A. S.
it Co. He halls iron Hatfuld hv
log becu formerly cuaaacled with the
would be trouble when the transfers
were made. The picture shows the
head of the line passing In front of
Hlng Sing on the way to the station.
Most of tha prisoners covered their
faces from the camera.
same company at that point. He suc-
ceeds Thomas Calhoun resigned.
Mr. Joseph II. Browne has left
for St. Louis Mo. for a month's stay
Mrs. F. J. Janney. Jr. arrlvecT In
Hayden for a short saty with her hus-
band F. J. Janney Jr. Mr. Janney
Is superintendent of the Arthur Plant
of the Utah Copper Company and ar-
rived In Hayden a month ago doing
special work In connection with tha
C. I Hallock. switchman for the El
Paso snd Southwestern Is laying off
for a few days.
C C. Word switchman for tn El
Paao & Southwestern. Is laying off.
Joe Purser secretary of the Joins
Car Inspectors Is laying off and Lea
Harris Is filling the vacancy.
J. J. Armstrong helper on the smel-
ter engine for the Santa Pe is laving
off. and .Extra Switchman Johnson Is
filling trie vacancy.
C. H. Hendrlcka. helper on the smel-
ter engine fur the Kant Ke Is laying
C. P. Boiler engine foreman on the
smelter engine for tho Banta '. has
I reported for duty after being off slek
J. B. Kendleon switchman for the
Santa re. Is laying off.
W. H. Wooten switchman for the
Texas A Pa.iflu la laying off snd
Bwlt.'hman Keller Is filllug the vacancy.
Tim Moran engine foreman for the
Texas A Pacific. Is laying off and
Switchman Turner Is filling the va-
cancy. J. O. Waddell paaaenger conductor
for the Soutlmin Pacific on runs Nos.
1 ai)d 3. is laying off for 30 days aud
H. K Dubois is filling the vacancy.
E. Dennon. pnaaenger conductor for
the Southern PaeHte Is laying off for
30 dsys and extra passenger conductor
H. D. Ashley Is filling the vacancy.
H. R. Payne. bruksman for tha
Southern P Ifle has returned to El
Paso after belnx In California f6r ths
past 60 days tor his health.
Charlie M brakeman for the
Southern Paslflo haa beeu transferred
to the liens. m snd Nogales branch and
has been assigned to local regularly.
M- Ke '" lirakeman for the Southern
Pacific is laying off and has left for
Tucson for a few days on personal bus-
iness. . P. J. Rrenneman. brakeman for the
Southern Pastflc Is on ths sick list.
C. W. Ilrown. brakeman for ths
Southern Psclfl.-. haa been transferred
to San Pranrii.ro and la aasigned to
through freight service out of there
T. C Harton. freight brakeman for
the Tsxas Paalflc to laying off and
has left for Los Angvlss and Pot Hand
on a month's vacation.
J. W. Finn. ...sdurtor for the South-
ern Pacific Is laying off for 30 days
and has left for his hams In Chicago
Mr. Kspn was formerly engine fura-
man for ths O H. m 8. A- on the day
Al Irwin passenger conductor for
the Southern I aclfle between Tucson
and Yuma Is laying off for JO das.
and haa left for Buffalo and Toronto
where he has an Interest In a drug bus-
iness. Me MasTtlu passenger condu. lot
for Iks southern Paclflu on runs Nos
t and J between Tucson and Yuma Is
laying off for 30 daya and has lafi for
J D Thurtuaii foreman on the night
marl engine f... the G. II 8. A . is
laying off. and HwiUhnMsY A. U. hinder
Is filling the vitcanry.
Pat Daeeurcy. passenger engineer for
ih. G II a s "a . Is laying off .d
Kinll Smith Is filing the vacan. y
J. Arnold flreisjan fur the U. H. A sV
A. has reported for duty
B. P Case) fireman on ths day
usins mi in l. M .at S A I.
HMrVDIlM row burning.
By Th Aaaecislea rVsat
St. Petersburg. Auf. . The his-
toric town of Makarlsv on ths Volga
la burning Th flames have reached
the famous fourteenth century mon-
setary where tha annual fair which
now to held al Nlshnl Novgorod for-
merly was held The town has a poo-
ulatlon of about 1300.
Need ..... Aak
Sagall. tit Mssa
Plivns 177 for a
C u.l en. Agamy Office
CsUTt MtCTT A FUttit'SMiN
uccaasurs to Hughes A Crlichett.
Asae era hnuUu aseaaU urgtats
n.i n in ost oks aaiPPtUta
110 earn 3laalSlJM M
Bell Pheae 334.
HI. tNI II tit H I' Will UiOH OVF.R
M.S4M ACM TO BR TH Ws
STURT FOB ELEPHANT BUTTE
Pabrk-Uy Tonrist Will H-wnd a Day
Inspecting tlx- Heart of the Big
Hv II A SHAW.
Rlncon N M Aug. 3. The pub
llcltv party of the I'nltm State Re-
clamation service headed by Ststls
Helen C. J. Blanchard. spent Sundnv
viewing the .10.000 acre Hlncnn valley
that will be transformed Into a gar-
den by th watera from the Elephant
President Lafayette Clapp of the
Elephant Kutt Water association
was the guide today. He piloted Ih
party to hla home ranch near Hatch
and showed them the results that
are being obtained on his 700-acre
property. Mr. Clapp has 400 acres
under cultivation and conduct a gen-
eral (tor and flour mill.
After dinner the party went to the
(Sarfleld school house where Messrs.
Klanchard Clapp and Basset! address-
ed a large audience made up mostly
of Mexican farmers The drtv today
was a hard one over rough roads
some of It being made through
stretches of the old rlvsr bed.
Tonight Mr. Blanchard and his
companion nre resting at Rlncon.
They start for Elephant Butte tomor-
row morning In nut. .mobiles A day
will be spent looking over the big dam.
The return to El Paso probably will
be made over the Santa Fe railroad.
Tha farm of J. M. Hoy was the sec-
ond visited today. Mr. Hoy Irrigate
his l fill -acre tract entirely hy pumping.
He operates the pump by gasoline en-
gine. He Is originally from Illinois.
Interesting reaulta are being secured
on this place even without river wa-
ter. From Mine to Farm
J. P. Evans a mining man who
spent some time In Old Mexico has
expended 316.000 on his farm In Im-
provement. His pumping outfit cost
13000. He sunk five wells on the
bank of the R1n Grande to Irrigate
his tract of 188 acres psndlng tha
completion of the Engle ditch spstem.
Mr. Evan ha been working hera
only lnce last Juno.
A New England farmer named J.
N. Norvlel haa more than half of an
80-acre farm under good cultivation
SS acre being In alfalfa. Mr. Nor-
vlel'a place Is at Salem N. M.
The fine farm of H. T. Williams
was the next vlstted hy the reclama-
tion party. It Is considered by the
visitors the most perfect In the Rln-
con valley. It I romprlsed of 47
acres five of which are In pears and
apples one In peaches and 30 - In al-
falfa. Coming back to Colorado the visi-
tors stopped at tho home of Dr. J. E.
Ronar for supper. He haa 40 acres
under ditch eight of which are de-
voted to a growing apple orchard.
Mr. Doner is starting a dairy herd.
He has brought a number of regls-
ered Jersey rows from the east.
Mr. Blanchard's intention Is to view
the valley southesst of El Paso early
next week. He will apeak at the
Chamber of Commerce luncheon In El
Paso Thurday. Alao he i invited to
addres a meeting of hualn men In
Turumcarl N. M as soon as he can J
AMU Alll.K AIUl JSTMl -VT.
Ay The Amocieted Pri &t
Oregon City Ore. Aug. 3 Fnllow- I
Ing his threat of last night that he j
would hf iv declare martial
law here to prevent the proposed Bun-
day performances of a traveling wild
west show Oovernor Went Invaded
Oregon Cty today at the head of ifvo
penitentiary guards. After a con-
ference between the governor a del-
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ar. aad several sMnrneys. th man
agar agreed not to show today the
governor snd the minister agreed ta
attend th circus Monday and show
officials said they would be present
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WOMEN SiOP SERVICES
SHffrtv-lr Made Mocker of Itellg
son a Servk-e In St. Paul's cathe-
Hi The AaisctsleW Press
lanndon Ad 8. A parly of forty
well dreaied suffragette Interrupted
the morning service al St. Taul's ra.
thedrsl today hy chanting n prayer
In nehslf of Mr Emmellne Penk-
httrst. I ah. rs ejected th women
from Ih edlflc after a sruffte In
which . h iits wr upet.
The disturbance took place during
the singing of th lltny Th women
who had front rat In the center
nlale. chanted loudly:
"Save Emmellne Pnnkhurat Spar
her spar her."
"Olv her light and set her free.
"Save ner save her."
"Hear us while w pray to The."
Evidently th chant had been re-
hearsed. It was In the name tune the
choir had been singing. When the
women egan their chant ushers
rushed toward them from nil parts of
th cathedral while numaroti mem-
bers of the congregation remonstrated
with the disturber telling them to
remember that they wro In church
The uffragtte. however repeated
their chant three or four time each
time In a louder key. A majority of
them finally were led nut quietly by
the usher hut a half dnsen or so
clung to their chairs snd fought
against ejectment. When all tha dis-
turbers tii removed from tho build.
Ing the services procoeded.
A squad of police waa In attendancn
at vespers this evening but them waa
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tie Nsjentaa sa.
Hayden Aril Aug . P r Jannay
manager of mills for th Ra. " nnsoll
dated l'tpr rnmpm. snd other Jack
ling properties ha arrived In Harden
fer a short stay to look ever th local
mMn Thl I Mr Jsnney-a first visit
tn Hayden In many months his tlm
having hesn devoted lo the new .tack-
ling property at Juneau Alaska. tfeO
Alaska Onld Mines company
Heetlon 8 of the local mill I Bearing
mmplrtlnn snd will be ready for opera-
tion In about two weeka. Mr. Jannsy
ett erts to remain In Harden until that
srtlon I started and a.e the mill fin-
ally completed. Construction work Was
stsrted shout three years ago a sec-
tion as . ompleted being put Into nper-
atlnn No 7 having been In running for
the past six months Reran. th ooea-
panv has not hesn shl to gst material
on the ground for the completion ef
ftertlon a llttl work waa don on It
until a short while age.
Phon 1 tor Auto and Taxi.
'Rush jobs arc our Especial
J08KI'H MAOOFFIN. V. Pres.
UEO. D. Kt.OKY Cashier.
Low round trip fares
Northern points. Final
who buys land on the Inter-
H urban now will maks mora I
money than the man who
I buys next week.
Int. i in I. i I And
New York. . .$85.85
Boston .... 95.15
Washington . . 74.55
Baltimore . . . 74.55
Detroit . ... 68.15
Hot Springs . . 38.35
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913, newspaper, August 4, 1913; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth196498/m1/3/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.