El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 18, 1913 Page: 10 of 10
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REASONS FOR FAITH
REV PKRRV J Rll I Till-. WHY
nr. 1 chwstia.
UnMra Rule to Re- Mortal Poraara-i.
Hop for tiddly Notation of
the Mri Prn4rn.
Ssv Mil Hinnn. who tn hv
prrnched In Cleveland Senate l the
union open air rlc lt night.
rajlad out of th rlly. and M pi- w
enrolled by Sev Perry J Rice of th
Ptrat Chrlatlan church Tb .object of
the rmon win "Why Am I a Chrla
Mr. Rlre presented aereral cogent
mmi for his own attitude toward
Chntlsntt . ami commanded them lo
others He ald-le port
There inut he rean for th ot-
tltod w mumf In no Important a
mailer an religion If I wr not a
Chrlatlan. I weuld try at laaal. to Jue
ttfy my course In lhat regard. Illnra
I profess to ha a Chrlatlan I am alwayi
gisd to pret the reon for tha at-
titude I aaume Having the raaaoni
rlaarly defined help ua lo live con-
ltntly We blunder laaa frequently
aad we give our testimony with grtr
Perhnp the flrat reaaon for my at-
tltude la tha fart that I come of Chris-
tian ancaatry and had early Chrlailan
training I aay thl not hoaaifally.
bat thankfully. It la aald blood will
t- 1 and It doea. We are all what
we ara partly at laaat. by raaaon of
the blood that rouraea In our veins
Wa never get completely away from
the tendencies that ara Inbrad. I am
not a bellavar In the old doctrine of
total heradltary depravity nor am 1
a believer In the oppoalte doclrlnaa of
haradltary salvation When peopla
coma to Jesus bnaatlng that thay ware
children of Abraham he told them that
Oad waa abla of the atonra of the field
to ralaa up children unto Abraham
Than again I am a rhrlallan he
oauaa of the appaal which the Blhla
and aapaelatly the area! charartera of
the Bible made to ma very early In
Ufa Perhapa the Kreatrat aervlca ona
person can ever do fnr another la to
direct hla'inlnd and heart toward no-
bla rharactera until he falla In love
with them There are no rharactera
of hlatory comparable to m. ... of Joa-
aph and Moaea and Klltah and David
to appeal to the Imagination of youth.
Tlie pity la we do not know them hat-
ter. Aa far bark aa I can remember I
had a Sunday school teacher who led
me Into an appreciation of theae herora
of the olden lima and nothing can
aver rob ma of thia Influence over my
But older grows tha character which
la tha auhllmeat of all appealed to me
1 have alwaya baen able to aea Christ
aa a malrhleaa human aa well aa di-
vine being Ilia childhood and vouth
a wall aa hla later manhood have al.
waya appealed to me. He won my
heart and lie haa It yat. If any ara
paaalou haa contracted my life mora
than another It la the paaalon to be
like Htm With the feeling 1 have
alwaya had toward Him 1 could not h-
other than a humble follower.
"I wlah I could enahle you to aaa
Him aa I aea him. I wlah I could ao
preaent I mm to othera that he would
iroo and win them I do not know
much about the dogmae that have bean
n-oven about Htm. 1 am afraid many
of them have only nerved to hide Him
from vlaw. but I do know that ha aa
a child grew In favor with Ood anil
man; I do know that ha won tha hearla
of liwmhle i. hi rarneat man. and I do
fctif.n that ha Inaplred them with a
mighty love for the world nnd aent
them forth to aerve I know too chat
ha la able to lift una'a life nut of aln
and eelflahneae and link It to tha eter-
nal and ao I am glad to all at hla feet
"1 am a Chrlatlan alao barauae Chrla-
tlanlty preaenta aolutlona In the daepaat
and gravaat problem of life. I. ire
preaenta aoma problema. There le the
problem of aln. of aufferlng. of love
and of life I teat f. How ahall He make
life aattafy ua? A modern philosopher
I aaylng that we need a firm baala
the power to crawl and rlrj from
"Chrlatianlty .furnlahea theae. tt
provides ua alao with the only aolutlou
of the great social problema of our
day The labor problem and all the
reel will be aolved if hen man are aavad
from aelflahneaa when they learn tha
golden rule. I have It In my heart to
aay that I believe a Chrlatlan pre-
Idanl and a Chrlatlan secre-
tory of etate will find a Cbrljtlan so-
lution to Mexico' problem anu If they
do It will he une of tha grealeat tri-
umph of all time.
Ml I bBKK tIPPtlRTt 11 V.
Oaly Itarely llor. I. Knock aa r.
ara Paelor Habrr.
"Opportunity" waa the aubject of
Rev. W e. Baber'a aerinoa at the Al-
t it rax Preabyterlan church yeatarday
morning Hla taut waa from Col. 4-1
Walk In wladom toward Ihem that are
without redeeming the time" The
laat clause ha aald meant literally
"buying up the opportunity."
"We have generally been taught In
believe that opportunity knorka at the
door once In a lifetime." aald Mr. Ba
lar. that thore are great aporh. or
day la a man'a life juat a whan
Caeaar croeaed the Bublrcn or whan
Napoleon dtaaolvrd the Aaaeinbly. Thb
la not generally nue The rle of great
men ha been uaually alow by pro-
reaaee of development Year of hard-
ehtp and preparation had fitted both
Caeaar and Napoleon for the coup d'etat
of bla career Waehlugton I a apten-
did example of a man oven oinlng con
tinued defeat aad attaining aulilime
height of graalne II. that 1 rlih
ful over a few thing will b made a
rulei over many thluga
"We wuet aeak oppoi tunillea They
arc often unaeen and eluaive Aa the
drummer aeak trade aa tha bualnra
man puah hla bualneaa. aa the farmer
plow planta and ulilvatea hi rrap
' an wa to aeak good and puraue it
The paarle are hidden In tb deep aaa.
the mountain are plUd on the gold
we muat dive and dig for them aa are
hi i ek the good.
vary day ha an opportunity With
rack aunrtac 1 bum a glorious privi-
lege of dutng great inn a The pay
. li. .leal al moment I tb preaent nia-
matit. Taaay If will hear hla vole
harden nut your heart."
TO BAhuBk ur nit aiga
Mao t aa I aiwad i- H.
Ilea! aaya . ...
sVr Haary fcotalar at lb i buieb uf at
Cleaiiat yegtarday presrUwi fruai king
oa "The Daagvi of Hi. aaa "
' av.iuu.o4. buid bate Iwaa a bappy
ataa. ' be cats). "Hb no dira aa
gratified alth all that va) . uuld hat
aad wttb the fartkei in .f dlla aia-
aej. 11 mrmt laaaedllile tbat bU life
1 ie kiu rail vaaa ibreagb j4-
alea taaagdailoa but Uy aJoa uea'eea aad
(or ail la briit d bU biatri las
plain 1 1 pi'
arda. Tie hrtlllaBt ftaatH-ter are termed
oar m .'
'The ....e.il .n artae and' f "
upon na a eooaev er later It a III farce
i. eif in. . theae nnaactere. what gead
did anient' rt'kea do Mm I What aae
lid he make irf tWew. ? There la ometMnc
algnlrVeot HI the order of the werda of
one leit la which lichee are pla.ed before
aledoat The rwyal magnlfl- ' u ' Sal
in on reert 'entered the Hat of the eye
and the pride of life
"Selt-lndalgene rew aeon the aiaa a
It will grow np na aay Aa hla rtebee In
i reaaed. en 4M bla k of aplendnr. and
oentailoa and trge ( bead la
"It a a old etary. Net on raen la a
Ibnnaand an ataad prnierlir hat by the
grace of Ood The rhiii.b la ant without
ctpcrtence. a ahe pnta In the mouth. ..f
her children the prayer 'In all tlaye ..f
our iiroapertty tn..d lenrd .tellier n
"Hnw bollna n a.lomoaa proaperlty.
thnagb It wa the marvel of the werld.
and bow waa hit rennaeed wisdom eoaat-
ed feullahnee with tod I A the court
became more splendid more vnlaptuoo.
more dacrllng. tb man behind It all be.
came meaaer aad poorer and innre de-
praved. It only needed oae alep more
and be waa not loag In taking tbal In.
complete hi utter rain He wa not
atrlrkea from hla throne because tod
chnae In iiinlahmeot to let Mm walk In
tbe war be bad dellberMely cboen fnr
At th trex-lan.
"Haart ThfJba" a heaulltul military
picture will be ghown at the Grecian
today. It M a touching dramatic
atorjr ao compaHlncly acted that the
haarta of the moat rallouaad audience
will he atlrrad. The battle acenea
arc great and the dramatic r million
by Wm. Sherry aatl Ml Anna Lit-
tle la afeptallne;. It' a picture yon
ran not afford to mle. The Mutual
Weekly ahowlnt the latcit event! and
the new faehlona for tha ladlea In
New York and Parla la alao on tho
ume hill very good program.
"Aahea" a novelty In two raela. In
which Mr. Irving Cummlnga I fea-
tured In 'he moat remarkable charac-
ter acting in the hlatory of the atage
will be rhown Friday. You trimply
muat aaa It.
The Hijo theatre la cloaad for al-
teration. Notice of reopening will be
HE IS ft FORGIVING IUT0IST
J. W. Ktockard Balla Out Youthful Joy
Met Who Kim Hla Stm
Cm Into WaU.
When It cornea to being the good
bamarltan of the twentieth century
jou havr to take off your bonnet M
J. W. Btockard of the International
Auto company local agenta for the
Hudeon Bulck. Premier and Abbott.
Detroit car. With Thomaa K. Kean.
dlatrlct mnnager of the Hudaon com-
pany and a party of friend aa Ml
trtteata Mr. Htockard drnvp u 1114
model Hiii. to Juarex yaaterday af-
t.rnnon to view the alghta of tha hla-
lorlc city. Kventually the parly drove
to the bull ring to nt end the fight.
Before leaving the car Mr. Htockard
gave u Mexican youth a dollar to
While the party weru seeing Max
llaliord and Krankle Kowaer punch
ra'h other In the noao and her
plucea the Mexican kid gathered sev-
er. t I companions together and organ-
ised a little Joy ride. The guardian
of the machine climbed la the drlv-
r'i swat and threw In the cluuh. Th"
big Bulck gi.ve a Jump forward mid
tho Joy-rldc turned II up tho
street. Uainlng headway when the
clutch wa ahoved un thenlgh the big
car star ed out to break tho speed
limit. The boy at the wheel could
not hold Hie heavy cur to Ha course
and It Jumped the aidewulk and
ploughed through an adobe hot
The Joy riders were acatlered to the
four wlnda. One of the klda stuck
hla head through tho wind ehield
another went rplnnlng on hla head
nowhere n particular and the third
aallrd (through a window of the hut.
The axle un bent the wind shield
waa broken and tha I vo front wheel
damuged. The Joy rider waa placed
under arr.-st by the Juarex police.
After the fight wa over Mr. Btock-
urd and hi party alerted aearchlag
lor the car nnd were aurprlaed to find
the front part of it atlcklng In the
adobe houa. learning that the youth
who atolc the car wax In Jail Mr.
Blockard wended hla way In that dl-
i ..I urn Whether he glanced back to
hla boyhood day and the prank he
uaed to play or whether ha waa think-
ing of tha kid'a mother It la not
knowh but anyway he tialled the boy
oui of tha cooler much to the ur-
chln'a daltght. The parly droie the
nr o El Taao umirr ita own power
MMM ipistVM in town
J. K. Amlerwon and rllgec rinilth Laaac
Baturday night tw9 horaaa were
stolen in Kl Paao one of them twice.
A horae belonging to J. K Anderson
waa left by him attached to a buggy
in front of the Kike club. Mom time
later the owner came out of the club
and not finding hla r.g. notified the
police. Tha. police found It on 'ver
santi i and notified the ownar-
Before Anderson could reach hi
property it waa stolen again and
later waa discovered acroag the river
About It o'clock laat night a horae
mid buggy belonging :o Blgee Smitn
a taken from In front of tha Caplca
i Hiding anw driven to Juarex Two
Mexican boya ware arrreted In Juares
i harged with having atolen II.
I.PIM IHM'B M.UJE.
Herbert kokcrwot Huya4h.tMMl Acres
fur ai ..no
Alplaa. Tex. Aug. 11. Herbert
Kokeruut. of Man Antonio today
bought al aherlff'g al the famous
Irving ranch at Liocenlta. thia noun-
ly. for li It embraaaa) a oou
mo and waa tha proper!) of the
orient I . i..i cunpaa. which had
projected a t.ig Irrigation uadeitak
ed to sell.
I I 13 J. nun
The Mijuu theater I ctoaed fur l-
trratluu Kotiv uf reopening will b
KL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY. AUGUST 18. 191.T
SAN 01E60 STIRRED
MIM MAttftN- ARRIVAL THRIMA
MiVKR r MCAVTY.
Winner of Time. Content Cnnnlly Re-
tmm In Tntl i i.e naa .......
of Her Pnlctirltnelc
I a in I liar it with" natural beautlea
of all aorta haa not left Man lrlego In-
different to the appaal nt pulchritude
as wit new the thrill lhat panted
through the Hmithern California town
when Mie Jooephlne Mad'.ln Marka.
of thia city arrived. Mia Mark
ranka aa the moat beautiful working-
girl In Kl Pao :ier title having been
eatabllahod by thouaand of vote in
I he recent content conducted by tha
Morning Time. Mhe la In California
aa the gueet of the Time.
Rom hint of the furore the advent
..f Kl I'neo'e prlxe beauty created in
Han IJtego conveyed by the follow-
ing from the varaciou Union nw-
i i.i 'i of that city
stand in Una:
"Don't crowd puah or ehov!
"The prettlaaf girl In El Paao. Ti .
I at the new Man Dlrgo Hotel.
"ha la Mien Mark - Ml Jose-
ph In Madlln Mark and M the
winner of the Kl I'aau Time beauty
content. By more than 100.4)00 ah
beat her neareat competitor.
"And he unattached. More than
that he live up to advance notXc
o far a bnnuty 1 concerned- Sn
never used any cosmetic In her life
aid she a working girl end vigor-
one r xen lae surh ea wielding j
broom- brought the color to her
cheek end the soap to her eyn but
It rannot all be told In one breeth.
"Blx month ego he wee n totel
at i.inxr In Kl Paao. A week ago ahe
won a popular beeiity corjteet receiv-
ing more than 400.000 votes.
I -ii t THIIng It All.
"How the trick waa turned and
how ah brought th city to her ft.
he refuie to tell. Thef my ferret-
she asvM mock damallcnlly.
"Ml Marks arrived In the city
last night cm an evening train end her
pre notice mut hve been careful-
ly reed for there were at leat dox-
en of Ban Diego' beat known young
blood' on the platform ready to as-
sist her. "he accepted th help of a
porter and disgust was evident In
the faces of the waiting youtha.
" 'Oh. I don't feel like a beauty At
all." said Mis Mark modetly. Tm
not puffed about It bit. I fiel very
ordinary nl If my picture wasn't
used uch a gret deal In the paper
I'm ure I'd receive only passing no-
tice. " 'I haven't followed the advlc of
beauty writers and If drug store de-
pended on the trde of girl Ilk me.
they'd all go bankrupt.'
"With Ml Mark la Miss May Har-
ris aleo of Kl Paao Ml Harrl I
not the winner of a beauty contest
but h I not hard l) look at- In
fa.t but lhat' another etory.
"Mia Marks Is s petite little body
of the type thai always attracta no-
tice. She le the eort of girl you would
expect to find anywher at the iniin-
tea' bell or. perchance third from
the left laat year with Marie. Cahlll
or Anna Held.
Clad In a dainty but rather daring
l.lack gown made out of something
or other awfully thin and clinging
altvhtlv aa In the prevailing mode set
ting off thereby the line of the fig-
ure. Ml a Mark wa a vlalon of love-
liness. ."Big blue eyes herd for them to
behave aometlmea perhapa and con-
taining en added mlxturo of mlschlev.
eouanesa. pered from beneath the
heavy eyebrow and the fetching pic-
ture hat sh wore. But that's aa far
as an ordinary reporter a observation
gone In. matters feminine. For a real
description It' neceaaary to see her
yourself or coll in llsrold McUroth
or one llobert W. Chamber.
'Icd Angele wa th loneliest
town I've ever truck' she said. It's
hardly possible she will find Han
Diego ao alow for there ar plenty of
llglbtee and th experience of the
Irtsona girl hear out the statement.
"Anyway both glrla will be In ban
Diego a week."
i.miia Helpern contractor of
Brooklyn. N. Y.. fulher of Clifford J.
Helpern. of the Halpern Bales com-
pany. I here for a visit.
Warren Anderson a fireman at the
Central fire station left Kl Paao gat-
urday on a thirty dayo' leave of ab-
sence. Hs wilt spaed hi vacation In
iiooaion. Tex hi home town where
he ha a brother who wa at one time
altant chief of the fire department
W. T Hwoyer. euglneer on the Otero
mln at Oro Oronda spent three day
of laat w-erk xamining a property In
tb Organ inountalna. He returned lo
K Paao yaaterday and will leave for
oro O.randa In a few day
Norval J Walah and family who
hav ben vlltlng lb Kl Paao for a few
days left yetrday for Oro tlraud.
Ham Heynolde. a former lesldeut of
Kl Paso Is In the rlty for a fw deya.
He haa beeu i canting In le Angelea.
U K. Klmhom. of Parral. Chlh. ar-
rived yesterday in thla city having
made the Jouruy to th border In ea
K. K Keith uf Dallas. Tat preei-
d. nt of the Texaa Utats Auto aaaocta-
ii ni. wa In the city Hundoy u rattle to
Willi KANMAB WHIMHKV IXHCS.
Dodg City Ken. As In prevlouo
plaguee the war on grasshoppers In
Ki.nl county has resulted in many
"campflr" stortns by th veteran
But one former bee silenced all hla
rlvala with hla orn.
The former aald an lost his can
of syrup while taking; his poisoned
bran to the field. Ha had e full
-.. a i of whisky which he mixed with
the bran In place of tha eyrup.
He said an old hopper would come
along take a bite of the In on Jump
about four ten In the elr spit a
Btream of "tobacco Juice." light down
take another bite and thn alert out
to ii. the first graaa hopper he met.
In thla aay all the hopper In the
field er aoon fighting eerh other
Aa aoon aa on noupar killed an
other he aought e new opponent and
In thi wa t lu re wa aoon but one
big hopper left Boon a rooatr cam
Jong and mad a dive fur thla hop
pel but Mr Hopper instead uf al-
lowing himaeif to bn nnlan. jumped
up and kicked In roualer in the fees
oldt "tobacco Juice la his eye aad
chased hlin under tha hr.
This farmer now plane to feek
whisky to hla chicken should tnnr
i tie another bvppi Invasion.
BRIEF CITY NEWS.
4 alter Mar 4 Alrdesa.
"The Alter of Prlendahtp l the ti-
tle of the p'av that will hold the board
at the Alrdome theatre the flrt half
nf thla weak Ii will be ataged for
tha first time In Kl Pen tonight. The
play Waa written by Kugn Walter
nd I considered one of hi beat work.
Mia tasolle hna th lending role In the
production which la a four -am drama.
Dr. Kbart. Dentlat. lli-lii Milt Btdg.
Try the near tea-Apt Bar
tha heal T. P Keiah. Ptep
Dr Paget dentist. Rob A Ben Sldg
Jam the Cnrtua Club.
The wallet bar to towa Flneit good
et th Oam
Dr. Cameron Dentist ft Mean in
Twa Kratii Oeala.
Barney Brother have rloaed two
lerg relt del. Thy aoltt for Jolly
A Ware to J. B. McConnell a two-torjr.
elght-ronm brick realdence. Th coo-
Ideretlnn waa IT.eeo The firm alao
old. for A t. Pullan. to W Y. Kttla.
lota elx to ten Alaxander's addition
block Tl. for a eonatderatlon of STi.
Dr. Oarrett. atomach. Intestine. In-
ternal dl. 401 Bobrt-Banner.
Dr. Bronaon. By. Bar. Ill Mill Bid
Imported Beer on draught at the Oem
Dr. Anne Reum Buckler Bldg.
Dr. Jamleaon Oeolto. Urinary gkln
and Rectal dlaeaaea 411 Mill Bldg.
Reading Olaae? ftee nr Horton. with
roster Co.. Jeweler Hcreld Bldg.
Call Pomroy. Pbon 1444. Choice llrery
rig backs baggage and freight transfer
H. ft. ralrbanka. tielnmatr for th
Kl Peeo A Southwestern st C'arrlxoxo
left yesterday morning on So. 14 re-
turning home after a day'a vllt in th
Claud Blair engine foreman on the
bum engine for the A T. A 8. F- at Kl
Pace la laying off for a few day and
Willie Stewart I filling the vacancy.
A. W. Harrell. tralnmaater for th
A. T. A a. P. hs returned to Hsn
Marciel after a few daya' business In
P. J. McMurrsy division master me-
chanic of the Rio Grand dlvlMon for
the A. T. A 8. V. ha returned to Albu-
quertiue after apeudltig a fw day In
th city holding an Investigation.
C. a. Roblnon. SWItohAM for tha
A T A B. P.. le leylng off for a fw
days snd T. J Johhson 1 filling th
Tha A T. A B. K awitch engine No.
77. tht ha been aaignd to the Kl
Paao yards haa been aent to Albuquer-
que for repair.
t. s Evans helper on the day lead
engine for the O. H. A 8. A. I laying
off and W. W. Woodoa 1 filling tho
W R. Stewart switchman for the O.
H. A 8. A. la laying off for a few
Harry Andrewa. awltchman for the
O. H. A a A- ha reported for duty
after a 30 daya lay-off and ha bumped
on the day lead engine with engine
T. O. Richmond helper on the night
rip track engine for the O. H. A 8. A.
ha reported for duty.
J W Oerrald. helper on the night
roach engine for the a. H. A 8. A. ha
reported for duty fter a SO day'a ab-
J. M. Hltx. engineer on the night lead
hglne for tha U H. A 8. A. ha given
p running the switch engine and haa
none hack on the extra hoard at Kl
W. 8. Hooaen. freight fireman for
the Southern Pacific. Is laying off end
Hxtra Fireman W. C Henrlch ia filling
O. W. Trimble engineer for the
Houthern Pacific la lain off. and en-
gineer M K. Shemley Is filling the va-
cancy. J. Vincent fireman for the O. H. A
n. A . Is laying off aick.
W. K. Ooreman. engineer on the
night roach engine for the a. H. A 8.
A and family returned to Kl Paao
yeatarday afternoon after a 30-day'
vacation In California.
Pat DeCourcey. paasenger engineer
for the U. V 8 Vj r"" reported for
duty relieving A. Young who goaa
back on through freight service.
All the firemen on the Q. H. A 8. A.
extra board are working and getting In
a. H. A 8 A paenger engine No.
TT. will be out of tha bark ahop In a
few day after a general overhauling.
The atork vtatted the home of Mr. and
Mr K B. Qoodall. at 04 Eaat Rio
Grand street Saturday morning and left
a baby boy. Mr. Goodall ia the day
engine herder for the O. H. A 8. A. at
Tha Kl Paao A Bouthweatern la lay-
ing a new platform around their store-
room at tb- Kaat Kl Paao ahop
W. It Hanillan. awltchman for He-
ll. H A 8 A . Is Ikying off.
J I) Thurmsn. englae foreman for
the U II. A B- A . Is laying off end H.
art tlth. bXtrn awltchman. ia Riling tho
W M '.v.i (wltchmen for th G. H.
A ft A . 1 laying off and T H I'eirce is
filling the vscenry.
Their ore 1 extra ewltcbmen on th
fj it it m A. extra board and all
working but eight.
C K. m. n. ..... ngtner for the
Southern Pacific st Tucson haa been
aealgued to thruugh freight rvlc rg-
HBrt between Yuma and till
C II Himmond. rnginaer for tha
Southern !' iflc. has bean aaalgned to
a regular run ua through freight ser-
vice htwn Kl Pao and laardaburg
Mid are .ailed for far glnr on
run No and 1 batwaan Tucon and
I ..1 1.1.11 a
Th Southern Parlflr Benaoa helper
engine ia open for bid for nglnr.
A D Tuekar ftremoa fur lb li H
AS A . I lay In off alek.
R r Cay. fireman an the dey coach
engine for the O. H. A K A. has re-
parted for daty rllving extra flroma
C. B Vaughn engineer on the South
i ii Porltic. boo reported fur duty re
Uevlng M. D. Oandy
Jrry Kone nglnr for th Mxlcoa
North-W rate rp. woo lo the city Satur-
day on hi way lu Lata Angela He
will .i. th rvlc of the Southern
Pacific a aagtaeer
Kd Bauman. nlgbi cellar for the Tex-
aa aad Pacific to laylog off and Her-
man Colhrt I nil. tb vacancy
Pat Ml. conductor for tb A- T. A B.
F wa to tha ctty for a few hour
Melurdai on busies
"a ir Toonar. onnratnr lo th
relBg ufftr of th Q H ABA. ho
iigud bi pvitivo end bee buugbi
FIRED ON RESIDENCE
HIMini.IMN vHtTTKR MtRRtTH
VMM AT HKUTUIN'B HOVftJC-
HnMlrrn Drown to hcrnr by FaallUier
nf Kharta f ollowing Wounding
of Men F1r Anita
Wht. according to all acrouni.
clnaely reembld o riot with much
gunplay took ptavr In front of Tha.inn
Helfron- house on Tohln Imulevard
near Woehlngton nark early loot
night. It brought soldiers and a de-
tachment of police to the scene end
reulicd in the wounding of one men
snd five arrests.
. .The wounded man I Kd Klaher. who
hea a buckshot In hi foot and tn-
other In hi cheat. lJetther wound i
Helfron. who I a government em-
ploye reng up th police Motion at
7:45 o'clock lent night and mlled for
help In a hurry. He sold crowd hod
surrounded hi houee and were ahoot-
Ing It up.
Captain fjeeet. Detective ftmlth and
Policeman Thompson snd Coeert
rushed to th ocn In en automobile.
They found coldlers from the Wooh-
Ingtqn park port urroiindlng th
house with s number of people held
Liable their llnee.
After llatenlng to what Helfron and
the soldiers hed to tell them the po-
lice errerted Flhr. W. H. Antl. inex
Chapparro Minnie Wood 'end . H.
Helfron told the police that a crowd
had congregated on hi step end to
th accompaniment of a banjo and
gutter. eng Indecent nnng end other-
wlee mod themselves objectionable.
He oeyo h fold them to g(t off hi
porch and that Fierier drew an outo-
metlc end he pointed It at him. Ho
ran back Into the houee he I aald to
have stated got a shotgun fired It at
Flher end ducked Into the houae
A fusillade of shots began which
brought the soldiers to th wene on
the run. They u rrounded the houee
end kept everybody In sight from -cnplng.
It I thought thet several
person got away before tho soldier
The five prisoners were charged
with-disturbing the peer- end held
under $R0 bond. Fleher woo per-
mitted to go home on oocount of the
wound In hi foot but the other were
locked up. Additional charge the
police eey. ore to be entered against
mil l INDRFINITKI.Y PgTPO"IKD.
By Tbe Antnrinlrd Prrnt
Vancouver. B. C. Auguat 17. Owing
tn on Injury to hie right bond which
Freddie Welsh received while training.
It wa announced tonight tbat hla bout
acheduled for Labor Day with Willie
Ritchie for the lightweight ohamplon-
ahlp nf the world had been Indefi-
nitely poetponed. The promoter of
th bout however announced they
were making an effort to aubstltut
I.each Croaa or Harlem Tommy Murphy
KNOLIHH POt.O TF. AM.
Bn Thn AaroriTtrd Press
London. Aug. 17 Lord Ashby 8t.
!edgrs I organising a polo team
which will attempt to recover the In-
ternational cup. held now by tbe United
Stat tn 114. He ia arranging with
the Hurllngham club to Issue a chal-
lenge to the American Polo aoaoclotlon.
Need Glasses. t Ask Segnll. '-': Mesa.
Phone 77 for a Tsilcsh.
J. A. Delaney round house foreman
for the Texo A Pacific will return In
a few day from hla vacation In Cali-
fornia. J. A. Jackson engineer on the day
roach engine for the G. H A S. A. hex
reported for duty relieving Pete Kleld.
who goe bock on the extra hoard
out the Coney Island cigar atand.
which be expecta to conduct.
R. Nlchola-. uTJOWAngelea. hss en-
tered the service of the O. H. A S. A .
In thrTay office taking the place of
K. T -. ... Mr. Nichola formerly
H Griffith extra awltchman for the
i; II AH. A. haa reported for duty
after a week' lay-off.
Four Act Drama
10c 20c 30c
Is Closed for
Notice of reopening
will be given later
HOME PRODUCTS SCOUTS
BY H A.
W. A Trylr who hs been trov
ellag for tha H. lelntky wholenal
aeoa-erv comltanv for a num.e
tripe out of BI
Paso Into Nee
week he msd
CHy. and othr
towns In that
district He haa
something nf an
the eastern men
coming Into thle
country. In that
h knows the
ly end one who hea traveled here ep-
prec tales what It mean to be able to
mnke his route without layoeere
which ore the bane of the new men's
The leeelneky company Is on fully
prepared to stock tho general store.
In the old (lay thin girt of wholesal-
ing was mare common than it is to-
doy and the raveling oeleemen repre-
senting surh s concern hed to know
his line from hooks and eye to
plumbing material . With the growth
of the Solium est end the change from
teg roech to rollroodo salesmen arc
sent out from houeee which epeclellse
nnd the man who known and sells the
lines that range from pickle to iron-
ing boards are fw. Rut Mr. Trayler
I on of the few who still carry en
assortment that win very nearly fit
out ell the requirements of o generel
otore merchant- He hes the details
of these many line at his finger tlpe
ready to write th order for grocer-
lea or dry goodo with equal facility
Mr. Treyler le a Texan Before
coming to El Paso hs had traveled
through eastern and anuthern Texaa.
With thla experience he come to El
Paso Joined the force of the H. Leeeln-
aky company and ha sine been cov-
ering New Mexico for them. He eut
become on El Paooan In all thet It
mean and 1 a atrong believer In the
future of thla city.
H aaeerte that El Poao. with Its
no mil.- trade radiue haa the greatert
possibilities of sny city In the United
States and. with many more live
wire who hov been hunted Into this
territory he hss com to believe that
when this region become more thick-
ly nettled El Po will become not only
. more Important distributing point
but must necessarily be the manu-
facturing center of the Southwest.
With this belief under his hot he
scouts through the country keeping
tabs on Its rapid growth end prepar-
ing to expend end keep up with that
C. F. Ederle proprietor of the J.
A E. cigar factory returned last week
from a trip through the Pecos valley
and as far north as TUcumcarl. He
reports that things are looking up in
the district surrounding Tuoumcarl
snd that they hove had unueuaily
heavy rain round there which have
put the ranges and farms tn splendid
condi Ion. Even the dry forming
prospecta are good In that district
for this yeor. At Amarlllo the condi-
tion are quite the reverse h says
that city being on the edge of the ex-
cessively dry belt this yenr and feed
IB the range is dried up. Mr. Ederle
reports thnt all through the Pecos
valley they are hevlng n revival of
business thnt has not been equalled
for years.' Crop prospects are better
than for ttftveral eaaons. The inhab-
itants of that part of the country ore
looking upon the proposed Quanah-
El Paso railroad extension aa a prob-
When going away to school mark
tin clothing with an
Ellis Rubber Stamp
110 8. Oregon St.
Independent Assay OfTloej
D. W. JtooinAax. B.M.. Proprlsor
yd eeetala. yr a
' p. e. Boa aa.
OtBce aad Laboratory:
Assayer and Chemist
GKO. W. CAMKRON
ReprnennUtlv For Shippers tn th
El Poae Smelter
ee San rinocison Sc. El Paao Twu
r. o. aana Aa.
To Secure Position
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL 1SS1
CAPITAL 8CRPLCH AND PROFITS . . . . mM)jML
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
& S. MORBHBAD. President JOSEPH MAOOPPIH. T. Proa
C H. BAJMBTT. Vice President. OEO. D. PLORT. Cashier.
L J. OILCHP. 1ST Asm Ceahlar.
The Two Republics Life Insurance Company
A. ERaJCAUBR. Prasld.nL
Good Hon Wanton to Soli Pollens That Guarantee Protection
San. aC Agontn
shillty Instead of a faint possibility
Mr Ederle av tht this hae a great
deal to do with the optimistic outlook
in th Poo vlly
Eerl Crever. represnnttng the Con
tlnental Paper Bag company mad-
a hort trip lt week Into New Mex-
ico returning Saturday. He report
thet hie recent trip through Arlgon
waa very tatlsfactnrv and remitted n
good burtness ell along the route.
Don Relhbun. of the c. M. Rath
bun end company hae been In town
an summer. 8-im of hi friend sm
I ssklng him when he expects to ran
out again wttn in irisn roiunu. u
seems unusual for ihon who knov
Mm Is see Don In one pine ao long.
Don Bterllng. sales manager for
Arhuckle Pros . rturnd last week
from o trip In o New Mexico and re-
port hulnr good up ground Silver
City and Darning.
W. F. Cummlnga. of th Underwood
Typewriter company spent last week
In Roswell. He he been In the Pecoa
valley for eeverol weeks now. T. E.
Clark of the same company was In
Santa Fe last week.
H. H. Porter recently with the Un-
derwood Typewriter company ho
bought nn Interest In an ahatrnct
buolnees nt Mesa Arlx. Mr. Porter
aa have many salesmen found the
constant traveling growing Irksome
and will try settling down In one town
for a' change.
Oeo . L. Mitchell- representing
Hewee A Potter of Roetpn Moss.
came to El Psao Saturday. This le
hla first trip Into th Southwest and
he Is very much Impressed with ml
that Is o different from th "dearo"
town sights. Mr. Mitchell spent a
good part of yesterday In Juarex -m1-Ing
home picture card from Mexico
They all do that at first.
Th BIJou theater Is closed for al-
teration. Notice of reopening will bo
Need GlaT Ak Heall. 230 Mrs-
El Paso Distilled Water Co.
Water Coolers Furnished.
Automobiles Hacks Livery.
'Auto Baggage Trucks.
Light and Heavy Hauling.
St Joseph s Academy
704 N. El Paso St
A select day school conducted by
the Sisters of Loratto.
For particulars apply to Mother
Under the direction of the
Sisters of Loretto.
Las Cruces New Mexico
Boarding and day school
for young ladies and little
girls. For particulars ad-
dress Mother Superior.
LOUIS ST. J.
oad Oaa l Umjw.
THE MAN! t
H who buys land on the intar-
I urban now will male mor
I money than tho man who
I buys next week.
InlerurbA Lai id
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