El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1914 Page: 3 of 12
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Friday. January 30. 1914.
EL PASO MORNING
If You Pay Cash for Your Groceries
And wiah to Buy them at the store where YOUR money goes
the farthest. YOU certainly should go to the STORE that
PAYS CASH for their groceries.
WE not only pay Cash for our Groceries BUT We buy
them direct from the Packers and Manufacturers at First Cost
FOR CASH and are willing to sell them direct to YOU Sav-
ing YOU the Middle Man's Profit. You should buy like we
do. That is from the store that gives Ydu the best goods for
the least Money. The Largest Store With the Largest and
Freshest Stock of Groceries in the SOUTHWEST is the
JACKSON-STANDARD GROCERY CO.
For this week we offer: .
Newly Laid Freeh Bros J A
Per doten 4UC
Purity The Pure Butler A(f
Per pound 1UC
Mestlla Park Est Are Perfectly Fresh r A
Per dosen DUC
Boulder Brand Bmter The Talk of the Town Afli
Per pound TfUC
1 Large Cans of Carnation Milk 25 C
Small Carta of Carnation Milk 25 C
S 10c Packages of National Biscuit Coa Goods
8 Packages Nutro Oatmeal ) r
2 Air Tlsrht Tubes of Nutro Oatmeal 25 C
We are Southwestern Agents for the Famous
Hungarian Patent Flour
It Is known all over the Southwest as the Flnct Soft Wheat Flour
milled. It Is Famous for making fine Blaculta and Pastry. Every
sack guaranteed to please or YOUR money returned. .
There Is no equal to the AMERICAN LADY FLOUR. At the Kansas
State Fairs It takes the First ITlae every time.
American Lady Flour d -i n p
24-lh. sack for 90c; 48 lbs. for...... '. M . f D
Hungarian Patent Flour d f
24-lb. sack for tSc: 48 lbs. for ipl.OD
While they laat:
2-L.b. Cans of Hawaiian Pineapple for 16c; OA
J -Lb. cans for aCUC
2 J-Lb. Cans of Van Camp's Early June Peas 25 C
Fancy Navel Oranges a good size OA
Per dozen a&UC
JACKSON-STANDARD GROCERY CO.
PhoneM32. 208-210-212 Mills Street
JDoo't forget that NUTRO HEN FOOD makes the HENS lay.
SEND US TOUR MAIL ORDERS.
FOUND SAPPHIRE RING
LOST BY HIS WIFE
IN BAKED POTATO
By the Afortattd Preti
San Diego. Cat.. Jan. 2.
Plunging a fork into a baked po-
tato Roderick Peel a rancher
ire today struck In the middle
of? the vegetable & sapphire Ting
that his wife dropped In the field
two years ago and searched for
in vain. The potato had been In
Peel's bin for several months.
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
Offered New York Bank Afflicted
With a Ran.
By the Attociutcd Prett
New York Jan. 29. Millions of
dollars of the resources of city finan-
cial institutions were offered to the
Bank For Savings today when depos
Itors began a run for which the bank's
officers could not account.
The hank founded In 1891 is re-
puted to be one 6f the strongest In
the state. Walter Trimble Its presi
dent said banking firms offered him
150.000000 in case the run should
threaten .to deplete the ready assets.
He said a representative of J. P. Mor-
gan & fii. offered to send $1000000.
Every depositor who appeared at
the bank up to the hour of closing
was paid propmptly.
We deal In all New York and Bos
ton listed storks and bonds.
CortJsa-Mannlng Co. Inc.
New First Na'lonal Bank Bldg.
LANKY BOB COMES BACK.
Demonstrates Tint He Still Has s Punch
llrsplle His Years.
By the Auooiated Preet
Wllliaraeiiort r.. Jan. . Robert Pltz-
minion former heai y weight champion of
the world displayed much of hi- old time
apeed and ring generalship here tonight In
s alx-ruund bout with "Knockout" Sweeney
of Cleveland. II was hla in -i contest atnc.e
lie reured from the rlna- several years ago
and pugilistic experts a.serted he had
"come back." Kluslmiuons' blows were
powerful and Sweeney was knocked down
and took the count of nine repeatedly.
Niagara Smallpox Epidemic.
By the Auociated Prete
Niagara Falls hi. Y.. Jan. 29. Dr.
Edward Clark of Buffalo represent-
ing the state department of health
today promulgated as an order the
recommendations of Dr. Herman M.
Biggs state health commissioner
looking to the stamping out of the
smallpox epidemic here. The order
requires the closing of churches thea-
ters dance halls and other places of
public assemblage; the exclusion from
the schools factories and hotels of al
unvacclnated persons and the com
plete Isolation of smallpox. cases and
There are now 1 30 cases In the city
Control Radlnm Production.
By the Attuciated I'rent
Washington Jan. 29. Members of
ine nouse mines committee announced
that they had tentatively deolded that
the proposed radium bill should pro
vide for federal control of radium ores
and the finished products without au-
thorising the withdrawal of carnottte
lands. The committees plana Is to
permit the development of the radium
bearing hinds by private enterprise
and at the same time give the govern
ment control of radium production.
U. S.AlMY ORDERS
By the Attoiiatcd Press
Washington. Jan. 29. The name of
First Lieut. Oeorge C. Crunnert Elev
enth cavalry. Is placed on list of d
tached officers and the name of First
Lieut. William P. Wheatley cavalry.
Lieutenant Wheatley is assigned to
the Thirteenth cavalry effective Feb
First Lieut. William F. WWatley
cavalry relieved from further recruit
ing duty at Fort Logan. Colo. effec
tlve February IS.
First Lieut. Douglas II. Jacobs.
Twelfth cavalry. Is detailed for general
recruiting service Fort Logan Colo
The name of Major Francis
Marshall. Second cavalry. Is placed on
list of detached officers and the name
of Major William C Rivers cavalry
(brigadier general chief of Philippine
constabulary) removed therefrom
effective March 21.
Special orders of January 1 : First
Lieut. Evan Iewla. Second Infantry
to Join his regiment are revoked.
Second Lieut. George C. Howen.
Twentieth Infantry Is detailed as pro
fessor of military science and tactics
at liailey Military Institute Green
wood 8. C.
Capt. Harry 8. Price. Twenty-third
infantry. Is granted ten days leave of
Exiles In Jamaica.
By the Attoeiated Preu
Kingston. Jamaica Jan. 29. The
steamer Sardinia arrived today from
Port Au Prince having on hoard Au
gust Donamy the Haltien minister of
finance and M. Oullbadl minister of
public Instruction and Justice who
fled from Haiti on account of the rev
It is reported that President Oreste
will reach here In a few days.
All the Haltien exiles have returned
or are on their way to Haiti Including
General Delfly ' former governor of
Port Au Prince and an asntrant to the
PLAN A DINNER
FOR THE CABINET
COMMITTKF WILL ENTERTAIN
OFFICIALS BEFORE REGIONAL
BANK HEARING FEB. 7.
Bankers' Arguments Will Re Heard
In Federal Courtroom at o'clock
In the Evening.
A program (or the entertainment of
Secretary of the Treasury William
McAdoo and Secretary of Agriculture
Houston when thsy visit El Paso on
Feb. 7 to hear arguments of El Paso
bankers for the establishment or i
regional bank here was arranged yes
terday after the return from Denver
of the Kl Paso committee. coasMUnS
of Collector of Customs noli L. ( obh
II. S. Stewart and James Q. McNary. II
will Include an automobile ride to Fort
Bliss and the prison camp and a pub-
lic dinner In the evening.
The hearing of the arguments of El
Peso bankers will be heard from 8 p.
m. until 10 p. m. at the federal build
The Kl Paen committee was in Den
ver to confer with the two cabinet
members who visited Denver this
week. They consulted them about
their visit to El Paao and learned
what manner of entertainment would
be agreeable to the two cabinet mem
The latter will arrive In El Paso at
SO in the afternoon from tho west
on Feb. 7. They will bo met at the
Union minion by Zach L. Cobb chair
man r ii i.lni chamhes- of com
merce and clearing house commit tee
with momhora of tho committee ine
nmmlttee will take the visitors on an
nolo tour of the clrv and tnen io r on
miss where they will be entertained
during part of the afternoon by uen-
rul Hugh I Scott.
Secretaries McAdoo and Houston
will be guests of a dinner to bo given
at o'clofk at the Paso del Norte.
Hoth Secretary McAdoo and Secretary
Houston will address the diners. They
will be the only speakers.
The hearing on the regional bank
will be held In the federal courtroom
In the federal building and will begin
at 8 o'clock. It Is expected to be oe
over by 10.
The cabinet party Is scheduled to
leave El Paso eastward at 10 o'clock
DOUGLAS . QUARANTINE AGAINST
AGt'.A PRIETA t'AVBU liAmm-
TION OF PETTY SPITE.
PaaHengcr on Train for Douglas Com
pelled to Stop In Agua lTicta ami
By the Antoviated Pren
DousMas. Arlx. Jan. 29. Fallowing
the Quarantine declared by Douglas
health authorities Monday against me
town of Arniu Prletu. Just across the
border Meklcan officials stopped to
day a train from Nacosarl for voug-
ln Agirn Prleta. They then com
pelled all passengers Mexicans and
Americans to ullg'nt and mingle with
the crowd which prohibited them
from crossing the International boun-
dary line. Ordinarily the train Is
halted In Astua l'rlet for a few min
utes while the baggage la inspected to
cross the line.
Mexicans declare that the one case
of smallpox discovered did not war-
rant the quarantine.
American passengers who came
north on the passenger train could be
i from here today moving about
the streets of the Mexocan town evi
dently trying In every possible man
ner to get over to this side.
When the railroad officials learned
whut the Mexican officials Intended" to
It Is said they warned all pas
sengers to remain Inside the coaches
at all hazards as the only c'nancc of
getting over the border. Shortly aft-
erward It Is believed soldiers acting
under the orders of Colonel p. E.
GallSSL commander of the garrison
inpclled them to leave the train.
One American summoned from
Nacozarl by telegraph to come to the
bedside of his dying child put his
suitcase on his shoulder it Is said and
started to walk west wlt'o the an-
nounced intention of going to Naco
twenty-five miles away and crossing
nto the United States there. Three
Mexican cavalrymen were sent after
him and brought him back to town
accordin;J reports here. It Is stated
hat the Mexicans declare they can
raise the quarantine by holding back
Americans who try to cross the border.
Women Mut Tell Age.
By the Aitociated Pre.it
Chicago. Jan. 91). County Judge ouen
head of the Cook county election coiimils-
alon ruled today that women must abide
by the laws If they expect to participate
In making iliem A delrsraiion of women
lslted Judge Owen asking that the slate
law providing that votera must give their
ges he set aside for the newly curtail
hlaed voters. They also arked that the
federal statute denying suffrage to any
American wife of a foreign born man he
BENEFICENT SUNSHINE ENHANC
ING THE STOCK OK CORPORA
TTOXS. DECLARES HEPMH.K V
CUMMINS IS DISCOURAGED
IOWA SENATOR THINKS TOO
MUCH DELIBERATION IS I'SED
IN OKIICIVL PROCEEDINGS.
DEALING GENTLY WITH OFFENDERS
Poll i Is to Go After Them hut at
the Name Time to Tell Them They
Will Not Be Hurt
allien to I II III I III
Mexico City. Jan. 29 -Sir Lionel
'arden the British minister today
confirmed the announcement that he
had been ordered to London to report
the outlook In Mexico. Ha is
awaiting the arrival here of T. B
Hohler who Is to take the post ol
By the .tiaorinfrd Peru
Washington Jan. 29.- "Beneficent
sunshine" enhancing the stock of or
poratlons. was a characterisation ap
plied to the trust policy of the Demo
cratlc administration by Republicans
today during debate In the senate.
The policy of amicable agreements
with accused corporations was also
criticised by the minority peHkers.
While hearings on the pending antl
trust bills were under way before "tho
house Judiciary committee Senator
Martlne of New Jersev Interjected Into
a senate discussion mi agricultural ex
tension the announcement that there
existed In tho United Stntes an oat
Senator Cummins of Iowa admit
ting t'oat such a trust probahly did
exist asked the New Jersey senator If
any proceedings were In progress
punish such offenders.
"I do not know whether (here are
any Immediate steps being made to
prosecute. Senator Martlne replied.
"But 1 do know It Is part of the policy
of the Democratic party to go for tho
trusts and we will go for them deal
ing with them fairly honestly and
Justly but not tenderly nor kindly."
I nope It Is the plan of the DSmO-
cratle party In destroy monopoly."
Senator Cummins rejoined "hut I
must confess that the plnn is being
carried out with deliberation that
discourages me. I hope we shall
peodlly reach the oatmeal trust where
It can he dealt with. We arc going
ery Blowly however and 1 have no
great confidence In the effort to re-
djust Industrial conditions in the
administrative offices of Ine govern
Method of Punishment.
"There Is but one way to punish a
man for having violated the law. and
that Is to bring him before a court
and finding him guilty punish him.
I have not much faith In t.iese pre
liminary negotiations and these quiet
adjustments that seem to have beer
favored not only In a former admlnia
tratlon hut In this one as well."
Senator MeCumher said that all hi
could learn of the Democratic trust
policy was from the newspapers
which announced that toe trusts were
"to he gone after" hut that the party
"Is dealing gently going very quietly
and telling the trusts to have no fear
of being hurt."
While this gentle process of deal
ing with the trusts is being Inaugu
rated" remarked Senator Bristow of
Kansas "the stocks of these corpora
tions Is continually rising under this
beneficent sunshine of the present
Trade Commission Bill.
Members of the senate interstate
commerce committee took up In-
formally today the pending Interstate
trade commission bill and ComplatSd
several amendments tho chief of
which would guard from publicity tho
Information from corporations relative
to trade secrets relative to customers
and such data. Other amendments
enlarging tho scope of (he commis-
sion are to be proposed later.
Raprtsjentatrts Adarruion chairman
of the house interstate commerce com-
mittee talked with President Wilson
reKardlng the capitalization and trade
commission hills. Mr. Adamson toll
tho prealdont the hearings by I he com
mittee were In accord with (he presl
dent's plans that all the light po
sihle on the subject should bo galnei
on the anti-trust program. The com
mittee will inaugurate its heatings to
recently Her husband survives hsr. I
Burial took place In Saa Francisco.
ST AL FORD The remains of Phil-
lip P. Stalford seed IS years who
died here Wednesdsy ware shipped
teeterday to his home In Spokane
iSah. His mother Mrs. Emma A.
Stalford. accompanied the bear.
RECRUITING OFFICE WILD CLOSE I
Order Issued Dstmss AU Man Called
for Have Bern Securest.
The United States army recruiting I
station has been ordered discontinued
by the war department because the
army Is filled up to Its full quota of
men. The office will be closed after
If Major C. N. Barney recruiting
officer hete is not transferred to eome
inner nautili ne may remain m ci
Paso to make his home. Major Bar-
ney retired from active service some
It la still possible for men wishing
to Join the army to enlist at this oltv
as application can be made through
headquarters at Fort Bliss.
LOS ANGELES BLACK MAH.ER.
No Clew to Men Wlio Want 7.VO0O
for ( lark Itctiu-n.
By the ajasslslsa Press
Iais Angeles Jan. 29. An all
day search by lbs polio failed
today to give any l w to the au-
thorship of the letter received late
last nigh' demanding a 17. 000
runsom for Francis Lewis Clark
the Spokane Wash. millionaire
who has been missing from Mania
Barbara Cal. since January 17.
While friends of Clark are In-
clined to believe that the letter Is
not a hoax and that Clark really
Is In custody of those who signed
"The Blackmailers" to the letter
received by Chief of Polios K. bss-
ttan if this ulty. they express the
belief that further developments
must come Irom (he writers of the
by planting only TESTED SEEDS. We have recently installed a STANDARD
SEED TESTER and we test every lot of seed before offering it for sale. Writ
for our 1914 Catalogue of High Grade Tested Seed and Poultry Supplies.
106 North Stanton
W. D. WISE & Co.
Office and Warehouse
Corner 2nd and Chih.
LUCAS The funeral of J. W.
Lucas who died wsdqSSdsyi was held
Irom the risldeiice I ;;o'j Wyoming
street yesterday ufternoon 11.
Henry IJasler of St. Clement's Epis-
copal church conducted the service at
the house anil the burial service In
Evergreen cemetery was conducted
oy the Knights of PylhUs.
The nsllnssrara srere: II. C Waishs
V. 8. Ooen anil Joseph I.. Dwyer of
the Knights of Pythias and David
McKnlKht. B. M. 0. Williams and H.
y. Ellis of St. Clement's Men's club.
W11J.1AMS The funeral service
over the body of Miss Kannle H. Wil-
liams who dud le i. Wednesday
night were held al I o'clock yester-
day afternoon at a loon I undertaker's
chapel. Rev. Perry J. Hlce offlraled.
The body was shipped lust night to
Mobile. Ala. where burial will take
place. Mrs. Thomas W Williams.
mother of the deceased sod her ala-
Isr accompanied the bodj.
M1MMACK - -News of the death of
Mrs. W. P. Minimal k at San r rsnclsco
was Ulcgrapbad to friends In this
city yesterday. Mrs. Minima k for-
merly rsslded In El Paao and was a
staler of M McDonald who died bars
DYNAMITE CROSSES THE LINK.
Two Carloads for Chihuahua Smelter
Go I'ndor Speclsl Permit.
Two cnrloads of dynamite for which
a special permit was Issued by the
treasury department allowing Its ex-
portation. In order that It may be used
In mining work on Americans' prop
erty In Chihuahua was taken to
Juarex yesterday. The dynamite he-
longs to the American Smelting V Re-
fining company and goes to Chlhun
hua on the first southbound train.
Because of the order prohibiting
the exportation of ammunition ami
explosives to Mexico a special permit
from Washington Is required before
dynamite may he shipped across the
Mrs. Mii.li.-n Returns.
Mr. Harry Mitchell ha returned rroni
an SttSlHlSfl visit with friends and tela
Uvea in Arliotia.
JKFTKRSON LIVINGSTON HF.11L.
Well Known Eadrrn Turfman Will See
Iron Msdt nun.
Among tha prominent arrivals In the city
yesterday w Jefrerson l.tvlnsMon. the
well-known esutern millionaire tiirrman.
who N rea-lflered at the Paso del Norte
hotel. He 1 the owner of Iron Mask
Prince Ktigene. Blue llarer. Kd Howard
and a doien other turf siars now beln
Are troubled with the "Muss" snxlsty slseplsasnest Snd warnings sf pstS
and distress are sent by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and
limb Such feeling may or may not be accompanied by haffcarfcs or
ssoirhs or bearing down. The local disorders snd Inflammation M there
b any. should be treated with Dr. Pterce'i Lotion TsMshv Than the
ssrvoas system and the entire womanly make-up leek the tank effect sf
Take this In liquid or tablet form and be a woll woman I
Have taken asveral different mMtlt-lnec hut IniinH
your Kasorlte Prescription han given the swat relief of aar-
I mm tried. Am very morn better than I nave
Dr. mmrvf'm Mmmmmitt PmUwtm
t ami of nam at cmum
UNITED STATKS WRITHES RI'REAl' DAII.T RI'I.f.ETIN.
Oh. n. .Hon. Takes al S an.. TMk MerlilUa Time January tS ISM.
Tempera to rt Wlad Trselp.
Lowest Velocity ltU
lllcheat last State of par Resra
Stations-. At ( p. m. Today. Night. Weather. Direction. Hour. Inches.
AMIene 40 'J M Pi. ride N 10 .OB
Auarllln M :il 14 I'lear N S .02
Atlanta l To til Hear K 10 !
Holes Idaho to C - Cloudy HE X .00
Dnaton I'.' fl -IK iloudv MV S .00
Chicago ." Ml Cloadr W 14 .14
Cincinnati as 11 Cldy. NW 10 .PA
tienrer 34 4'J III Clear S rt .041
llet roll :'-h M 40 linudT W 14 .02
lnihith. Minn -s '- 9 l't. cidy. RW JO .so
KL PASO 40 41 ?4 clear K 4 .On
tlnlTnatnn e.' Hs tu Clendy w 24 .22
Hart. Uonl "i as an cloud; kw i on
JsekSSBTtlts s Hi H Clear K s .nil
l.lttle It.M-k If M S4 Itsln N If .)
Ii Angeles M C.H pi Clear SW rt .00
Naelirllle ir.1 ns :l Clear SF 12 .00
New Orleans Wt HI 04 Cloudy SK H .00
New Verk 4tl 1S clenr NW 4 .00
tnuehn v M Clear M S 00
I'hoeiiii M clear sw 4 no
RS9M tit.v. H It wi 4-' Clear W 4 .00
ltoell ;i . 22 Clear s 4 .04
81. I ...ii i. M M IMt Snow NW 12 .
Salt Luke city Hi M 12 Clear SF! 4 S0
Han Antonio 4S 0 M Clear N 30 .04
Rsn Frsncleco M - M 44 Pt t idy. N 4 .00
Hants Ke 24 M " Clear N 12 .08
Seattle 44 4rt .1" Hnln S 24 .24
Washington U 70 40 Clear H in .00
Wichita. Knn .10 M 24 Clear N n .00 i
Yuma 00 2 m Clear N 10 .00
raced here hy (he well-known trainer.
Mose Ooldblatt. Mr. I.lvlnsalnn will spend
two weekii In the Pass t;ily and will fee
hii great son of nugutsa II mats an er-
fort to Inner the world's record nw beld
by salvator at the Juarez course Sunday
A famous scientist
We reprint herewith an extract
from an opinion rendered by a
famous scientist showing that
beer in light bottles can not
"Beer bottles should be manufactured
from reddish-brawn glass inasmuch as
same will to a much nigher degree than
I any other kind of glass minimize the
influence of the rays of light on the equal-
ity of beer and will protect the tatter
against acquiring the disagreeable taste
(Sonnenge8chmack) due to the chemical
action or light. . . .
"In white and green glass bottles the beer
is most affected by the action of the
light. Such bottles are therefore abso-
lutely inappropriate and should never be
employed by brewers. "
(Signed) Prof. Dr. F. Schonfeld.
From the Illustrated Brewery KnryrLupedia p. 99 (Illiutriertes Braucrei
Lexikon.) Published by Dr. Max Delbruck Privy Councillor Professor at
the Royal Agricultural College and Director of the Institute for Fermentology
at Berlin. Berlin: 1910.
Schlitz is made pure and the
Brown Bottle keeps it pure
from the brewery to your glass.
See that crown or cork u branded "Schitz."
Hrrt Kamsay & Co.
boo So. Oregon St.
That Made Milwaukee Famous
in ordrra solicited or iceptu fruai any counties or subdivision of any counties in Texas where the iiuailflet
voters iberevf hats by a majority mit dvitrniiu.il that l be sale of iniuxicatius liquors snail be urwIUMtad UaJsajUl
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