El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, March 27, 1914 Page: 3 of 12
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Friday. Mreh 27. 1914.
H critical young
I g ebiM-
. Hi ti t
L. PASO MORNING TIMES
ore quick to see
that "little different look" to
OUT NetUeton Oxford.
Just a bit
'the other fellow's"
why they wear and
keep their shape until
you get tired of 'em.
Blacks and Tans in all
the leathers "English" or
"otherwise" for styl
CAMPA FACES TRIAL
FOR WILFUL MURDER
CmUftOKD HE MCOTTT DANCÍC
mo of Mexican musicians.
HI Victim First Thought to Be Only
ffltathtly MouiK'-d Expired Sifter
Unstring aoe twdr Night.
Miguel Cmp fao indictment by
th grand Jury for the crime of wtUful
murder. Camp ! (he man who on
Tuesday rafcht. ahot Into a crowd of
Mexicana noMlng a dance at Eleventh
and Stevens streets. -i
Toma Rosales a youni Mexican.
Who received one of the bullets la
hla left aide expired Wednesday in
a local hospital. At Oral It waa
thought that Rosales' wounds were
not serious and a charge of asaauh
with a deadly weapon waa filed
against Campa In the court of Justice
of the Peace B. B. McCllntock. Yes-
terday following the death of Ró
sale this complaint waa dismissed
mna one cnasging murder waa filed
In Us stead. Rosales waa II years of
ago ana unmarried.
Saya Shooting Waa Accident.
Cam Da now claims ihm th .wt
Ing waa accidental. He says ha waa
piaying with the weapon an old-
fashioned .45 Colts revolver when It
waa inadvertently discharged. Fol-
lowing hla arrest Tuesday night the
police were informed that Camna
after loudly voicing hla objection to
the character of tha music furnished
tne oancert had deliberately fired
Into the crowd wounding Rosales and
narrowiy missing several other per
PEW SHOE CO.
Better "Look Us Over" Friend.
IN COCHISE COUNTY
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY FOURTEEN MILKS
NORTH Or nolliLAS-tO PER CENT
TMesly-Mule-Teaai Bsrsx Company Take
Bond sad Lssse ea Property Far Large
By L. H. DAVIS.
From Douglas Arts. comas word that
ya very important discovery has been mage
" ni sodium nitrates In the valley near Gard
ner's ranch about K miles north of Doug-
la on the edge of tha Swlssbalm and
Cbiracabua mountains. According to tne
dlapatcli the discovery was made .about
toree months sao by Fremont Frasee or
BTsbee while on a visit on the ranch or bli
son-tn lsw charlea Oardner. prospecting
In the nearby hills he came across a queer
whitish depoatt on the edge of the Gardner
ranch specimens were sent to assayert
who determined that the substance was
sodium nitrate of tin rineat quality. Prases
and Gardner thereupon located II and gol
in communication with tha Psciric Twenty
Mule Team Borax company said to be the
largest users or sodium nltraie In the
i mi.-1 states. This company's expert came
si once and examined the deposit and
closed a deal taking a lease and bond on
the locations lor a large consideration.
IMiH)0000 Worth Imparted Asaually.
The sodium nitrate deposits lie In two
distinct bodies one of which is 9000 feet
long. ;oo rest wide and too reel In depth.
The other body it 700 feat long too feet
Years of Toil
U hat a bleating it is to be
independent in old age! How
grand it mutt be for an old
couple to gay. "We do not need
the help of anyone." If you
could only realize the tremen-
dous influence of a bank to
count on old age you would
commence to gayo today you
would ave mora than you do.
Remember that a tima will
come when your earning ca-
pacity will decrease an ac-
count with thia bank will
$1.00 Starts an Account
Wo Pay 4 on Saving.
Ll Bank 6t Trust. Co
J uat Below Uta P. O.
wide and too fast deep as exposed in
many apota the rock or crystalline elflores
cence is claimed to average from W to too
per cent pure although there is a consid
erable amount or matrix which will have to
be latched to obtain the sodium nltrste
for commercial use. The substance Is
used ror firty dirrertnt purposes such as
tor rerouting unpeveruaed sous menu
facture or black powder medicine nunc
acia etc At present there Is none pro-
duced in tne united ststes in commercial
qusntltiee snd about 0.000000 worm of
It is annually Imported Into this country
rrorn t.niie. under tne name or Chilean
nitrates or salt-peter.
Government Besklag Nllrale.
Tha United States survey has bean In-
vestigating various alleged sodium nitrate
fields in Nevada and southern California
and the country is being explored In every
part of the western deserts In the hope or
rinding deposits or commercial value. The
average production or Chile controlled by
the nitrate trust is said to amount to
about loo.ooo.oou per annum. Very exten-
sive deposits or miners! rertaUiars were
recently reported to hsvo been msde by T.
B. Dillon in the Oro Blanco district in
southern Ar liona. Including potassium nl-
trste potash and potassium in s gsngue or
soft calcareous rock the deposit being sou
rest In width and traceable severs! miles
across the International Une Into Sonora
Discoveries la Texas.
Around the lown or candelario loo miles
down the Rio Ortnde from El Pato sodium
nitrates are round In strata or what re-
sembles s rhyolitlc rook lying nearly horl-
tontal and from tea to twelve feet In
thickness the entire rock containing a
small percentage or sodium nitrates the
cracks and crevices containing rich er-
norescencea or crystallisations of the stuff
running rroro N to n per cent. A group
or claims has lately been located on these
Texas deposits by E! Paso parties. These
deposits tre in Presidio county Texas
about thirty miles south of Valentine a
station on the O. H. 8. a. railroad and
close to the river-
Teal Tar sodium Mírale.
The discovery or sodium nitrate is of
so much importance snd the cost or ana-
lyses to expensive that the following sim-
ple field lest to determine its presence
may be valuable to the prospector:
Test Grind the itufr supposed to contain
nitre to 40 mash or finer and thoroughly
mix a good tesspoonful of it with t quar-
ter to half teaspoon rol of flour. Then heat
till the flour chars when ir nitrates be
present bright sparks flash out here and
there while We particles of nitre below
the surface cause miniature eruptions and
blow boles the Intensity of the reaction
Increasing with the per Rentage or ni-
trate 1 New Reduction riant
An ore reduction plant is to be erected
near Arfvsre Aria by John Morrttt and
h. A. Lewis both well known miners tit
this section for treating ore from the
Pima gold mines a new group of mines
soon to be operated.
Recent assessment work on the Oro Pino
one of this group shows s vein of gold
carrying ore running from the old Alba-
tross gold mine snd ledges or gold silver
and lead ares aassylng rrorn forty to ninety
dollars a .ion. A tunnel In the Oro Fino
cuts ts reel Into a vain of solid ore tbo
exact extent of which is not yet ascer-
tained and three shafts one in 40 teat
sunk in s ledge show ore extending up-
ward or loot feet. The North and South
Albatross and lbs Ortndview or a similar
porphyry quarts! is sad grsnlta formation
show ma same lode or gold sliver and
lead ore and soma free gold.
These mines wiu commence operating
about June I whan tbe reduction plant to
cost about sts.ooo will be ready.
tatesaatar Page's tpeteft.
9 seetatset fres
Washtnsina. Miren an am -
copy of Ambassador Page's recent speech in
Lendon In which Senator Chamberlain snd
oiner looa excepuou on sceouoi of refer
enees to the Monroe doctrine and iba Pan
tata Canal r-realdem Wilson told callers
erbt thought tne speech was perfectly
MURPHY. Funeral aervioea for
Mr Catherine Murphy widow of the
late David M. Murphy and mother tf
Mra. Dr. W. U Brown will be held
thla morning at t o'clock at the
Church of the Immaculate Concep-
tion. Interment will be made In
Catholio Concordia cemetery. Mra.
Murphy was year of age. having
been born In Montgomery Ala. De-
cember 21. 1848. Bhe waa the eld-
eat daughter of Mr. and Mra. John R.
Peterson pioneer cltltena of Corpua
Christ i. She waa married in Corpua
Chriatl in 1871 to David M. Murphy
who died In thia city Ove months ago.
Surviving her are five children Mra.
Dr. W. U Brown. Mra T. W Bison
David I and J. Edward Murphy all
of thla city and Albert J. Murphy of
Eagle Pase. All were at her bedside
when death came.
HTTnnr.wsrrrvM !?. i ...-
for Mrs. Emily E. Huddleaton. who
atea Wednesday at her home on
Naahvllle street. Highland Park were
held veatardaV at th sitian! sin
North Campbell street and interment
was in Evergreen. Rev. B. K. Boyd
conducts tdHe services. Mra. Huddle-
aton la survived by a huaband and
Hockett Buys Home.
Sydney Hoekett has purchased a
five-room bungalow In block 71 East
El Pato and will probably move
there next week. The deal waa ne-
gotiated by the Whlte-Paden Real Ba-
tata company. The consideration in-
volved waa lino. ' T
CTitJR5?ArSR obit A
román Appears Upon Scene and
Aaks for Half ot Estate- aa Com-
mon Iaw Wife.
Kathlyn No. Today.
The sixth In the serlee of "Kath-
lyn't" adventure will be shown at the
wigwam today in the afternoon tho
program will alto Include a Pathe
Weekly but at night nothinar but
"Kathlyn" will be shown aa so many
are following this aeries that it will
be Impossible to accommodate all.
"Kathlyn" will also be run Saturday
afternoon up to 5:30 o'clock In addi-
tion to the regular bill. All who can
should come to either of the matinees
to avoid the night crowds.
Monday "Germinal" a five-reel
adaptation from Zola's beat novel.
This la the production which tbe
Pathe Freres claim Is their master-
piece placing it above all others In
their entire career. It waa featured
in svurope ror months before being
brought to thia country for release on
March 16. The Pathca think so wall
of this production that they have been
advertising It in the trade magaalnea
weekly tinot October using two ñau
ada each laaue.
Fuse Feature Today at Bijou.
"Red and White Roses." a sDlendld
Vitagraph feature in two part will
be at the Bijou today. This Dlay is
capably handled by an excellent cast
including Lesad Baird. Julia Swayne
Giordan. Earl Wllltama. and Wm.
Humphry. With such talent you may
expect a good release.
Saturday "A Cruel Revente." a
two part Lubln apeclal will be fea
"Oar Mutual Oirl" at Orectaa.
Come early today the tenth reel
of "Our Mutual Qlrl" seriea win be
shown at the Oreclan. The feature In
thla real la the showing of the latest
dance erase "The Maxixe." by A
Baldwin Sloane and Miss Grace Fields
New York's society dance teachers.
Margaret also meets tha New York
Olsuile at the Cunard Dock. You'll
tee McOraw Comltkey Caliuhan and
other heroes of the diamond.
Ptaylag le Packed Heuses.
Tbe Albert Taylor slock compsny con-
tinues to play to packed houses st use
Crawford sad "A Message From Mart" drew
en .unutuany large sudlence last night.
Today mttlnee and night the excellent
company will present "Aiiss Jimmy Valen-
tine" snd tomorrow- matinee snd nitht "The
Gsrae" will bold the boards.
Celte exchange sgalatloa.
lip th Attui iatet fren
Washington Mareta M. Dsbsie on the
smith cotton exchange rtgulstlon bill In
the senate today Indicated met the meas-
ure would be radically emended before
it passed tenets leaders said tonight that
while prohibition of use of the mall to
members of exchanges destina in futures
for other than snuai delivery would be
resainao in use mil use section probsbly
would be chanted to make ll apply only to
questions directly relating lo future con-'
This country needs more htsrhw..
men that la the kind that drag the
Mf las Aasectaled Press
Louisville. Ky March 16. Inti-
mate detalla of the life of Lewis Phil-
lip Ewalrt. late Ironmaster of St. LOula
and Louisville to which he devoted
painstaking efforts and a email for-
tune to keep secret were revealed to-
day almost five year after hla death
during the trial of the suit brought by
Ellen J. Golden or Ewald. by which
she seeks to establish dower lights to
Ewald' estate. Sha alleges the waa
hla common law wife.
Bwald'a estate was estimated to be
worth 14000000. He willed 116.000
etk.li to nina brothers and elatera and
the remainder to Ellen Oolden'a thre..
children whom Ewald adopted. The
woman is suing for a judgment for
half the personal and a widow's In-
terest In the realty aggregating ap-
proximately It 000604.
The plaintiff testified today that tha
alleged common law marriage be
tween nerteir and Ewald look
place In St. Louis in March. 1110.
Prior to leaving St. laula to take up
her residence in an elaborate home
bought for her by Ewald. she lived in
WllUamaport Pa. Pittsburgh Wash
ington unicago and Denver. The
plaintiff admitted she never was sren-
erally known aa Mra Ewald.
Although Ewald onerated a larsre
Iron foundry hers for a score of years
and accumulated aeveral million dol
lar he virtually was unknown ner-
sonally In this city. He shunned even
ordinary notice made only such ac-
quaintances aa hit business necessi-
tated and took no part In the otty'a
affairs. He spent much of hla time In
St. Louis and kept moat of his bank-
ing accounts In that city.
soon after Ellen Golden came to St.
Louis In the nineties evidence dis-
closed Ewald took her name and waa
known In the neighborhood as "John
F. Golden." For the purpose of se
clusion It waa claimed Ewald pur-
chased a large and costly retldsnce
next to the one In which he Installed
Ellen Golden and kept It vacant.
The trial la expected to conUnue for
Alpine . Tex. Alpine and vicinity
haa been clothed in white for the neat
three days. Snow begun falling
Wednesday night lasting until Satur-
day. All of the fruit except grapes
and apple have be?:; killed as all
the other trees were in full bloom.
Stockmen are rejoicing over the enow
at tbe grata and weed were com-
mencing to green up and thl putt
lot of moisture In the ground.
J. G. Reninger waa a business vis
itor from Marathon this week.
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Keenun left
thla weak for Fort Davit to reside.
Mre. Frank Lancon haa returned to
her home In Fayettevllle Las. after a
few w.-eks- visit with her brother Joe
Bonnier and family of this state.
and Mre. Eue-ene Parr spent a
tew o ays in townjrroai tneir ranch.
Mr. and Mra. J. B. Itvfng have re
turned from Kanaaa City.
Mr. and Mra. w. u. Caldwell and
children were vix'Ure to Afnrfn thin
Oren Bunton of Presidio aoent a
xew aays nere tins week.
H. L Kokernut haa returned from
San Antonio where he hat been
spending a few weeks with hit fam
Mr. O. E Abbott hat returned
from a visit with friends In Fort
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. MoFarland and
daughter. Miss Myrtle are spending
a few weeke In San Antonio.
Mis Julia Zumwalt waa hostess at
a alx o'clock dinner Saturday
II. M. Garrett of Corpus Christ! Is
here spending a few week with hla
At the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Battles Wednes-
day afternoon their daughter. Miss
Myrtle and W. C. Clark of Demlng.
N. M. were united in marriage. ILsat
-In-law or the
F. C. Vetan.-! blether
bridge of flea ted. The happy JFouple
departed Thursday morning fof their
future home In Demlng.
Miss Mary Lee Greenwood of Marra
It the guest of her sister Mrs. John
COLUMBUS N. M
By Tiste special Oomssendenl
Columbus N. M. On Saturday
night tht Twelve Trump gave a fare-
well dinner for Mra. G. A. Kyea at
the boina of Mra. J. F. White. Dan-
cing followed the dinner. Those
present were Meadamea Howard Al-
lay W. F. King. O. A. Kyea. W. L
Moody B. B. Siseo. J. J. Whit and
Misses Beardslee Moore and Otis.
Mr. and Mr. G. A. Kits left her
Tuesday afternoon for El Pato where
they will make their home. They
realdad her for a number of yeara
and war held In high estssm. Mr.
Kyea was collector of custom at thia
place and haa been transferred to the
International bridge at El Pato.
Mrt. R. W. Elliott and little ion
Roy are vuitlng Mra. Elliott'a mother
in El Peto this week.
Mr. L J. Peeoh received a tele-
gram a few days ago announcing ths
death of her father In Manhattan
L. M. Carl left last Wednesday for
El Paso to spend a few day.
There was an old-fashioned box
supper at the new school building
last Friday night. The proceed. Ill
will be uted in beautifying the school
The Dancing club entertained on
Wednesday aevnlng. The Invitations
which were printed on green rlbbot
In gold letters were uaed aa badge
If ell the Mexicans were like those
who work on American rallrad we
could get along with them; they seem
easily enough to handle.
Many farmers still . drive skittish
colt despite th popularity of the
automobile and It is Just aa well
that the extreme of Perla fashion
don't gat this far west.
For Infants and Chüdrea
In Use For Over 30 Y
Tho Brightest Spot in EI Paso Is Our
'.ug and Drapery Sections
And we are well prepared to supply your
Spring wants in Rugs Draperies Curtains and
Linoleums. We shall be pleased to have you
visit these sections and let us show you the many
new and attractive things in Home Furnishings
even if you are not ready to make any changes
in your home. You will find many practical
ideas money savers too.. For Friday and
Saturday only we offer six strong Rug Cur-
tain and Linoleum specials. Read every one of
RUGS 0x12 Bigelow Electria Ax-
minster $29.50 value. Week-End
RUGS 9x12 Smith Axminster
$22.50 value. Week-End
RUGS 36x72 in. Axminster Rugs
$3.76 and $4.50 values. Week-End
CURTAINS $1.25 Scrim Curtains
white and ecru. Pair i 95c
"O CEDAR MOPS AND POLISH"
we have them.
LINOLEUM A good grade Inlaid
Linoleum best $1.20 value. Special
square yard 95c
LINOLEUM 65c Printed Lino-
leum. A square yard. 50c
(Laid on floor free.)
GO-CARTS Full line of Go-Carts
at most reasonable prices.
SHADES We make and hang all
grades of shades. Best materials
workmanship and prices guaranteed.
Always pleased to furnish estimate on
Extraordliiiiary Me of "Pnau Fols $12.00
Tha Wonderful Pneumatic Drmm Forma
P ERMIT us dear lady to introduce into your home circle at a special sale
price a new worthy and constant friend "Pneu Form" the wonderful
Pneumatic Dress Form.
"Pneu Form" is unlike any other dress form in existence. It is a non-leak-able
air-chamber made of specially prepared rubber cloth moulded into a
general semblance of the female form including the hips. To make it repro-
duce your form perfectly you simply place "Pneu Form" inside your fitted
lining inflate it until solid and before you stands YOU with looking-glass
Until the advent of "Pneu Form" dress-making days were full of worry
fretting and tiresome work. To "Pneu Form" belongs the credit of trans-
forming these worry days into days full of pleasure and satisfaction.
With "Pneu Form" at hand the making .fitting and remodeling of waists
and dresses at home becomes a pastime instead of a "pest" time.
(On sale Friday and Saturday only in Notion Dept. Main Floor No Phone
See Our Special In
Women's New Spring
See the Tangoloon
Suit in Our San An
tonio St Window
RAGE IS ARRANGES
CARS START FROM AMARILbO
1X)R ALBUQVtCRQl lC ON MAY 6
Enthusiastic Meeting of Boosters for
Held at Manta Rosa N. M.
' micí ml Wire to The rfitr
Santa Rosa N. M March 27 At
an enthusiastic meeting of the Pan-
handle-Pacific Highway association
held hers tonight ariangemoiit were
perfected for a road raen over th:it
portion of the new highway between
Amarillo Tax. und Albuquerque N.
M. Touring car will ntart from
Amarillo on the morning of Muy 0.
They will atop for dlnnur at Clovls
N. M.. travel from there to Hunta Hoaa
and spend the night here. Leaving
here In the morning dinner will be
taken at Estancia and the party will
arrive In Albuquerque about 4 p. m.
The following day the race will be
held the cara leaving Amarff!tr'rát f
a. m. It Is expected that most of
them will reach Albuquerque about
7 o'clock tha eamf night.
Return Trip Over Another Route.
A buainets session of the associa
tion will be hsld at Albuquerque on
May s and tne party will start on tho
return trip May t traveling by way
of Abo pats taking dinner at Moun-
talnelr and spending the night at
Santa Rosa. Amarillo will he reached
on the afternoon of tho loth. The
racing cars will leave Albuquerque
on the morning of May 10. traveling
vie Abo pea. Mountatnatr and Wl-
lard and arriving at Amarillo the
New Officers Chonrn.
The meeting here today was attend
ed by some 100 delegate of whom
were from Torrance county Officer
were elected as follows: President.
C. E. I'M! nula of Clovls. N. M secre
tary. J L. tubblefleld of i:tancla.
N. M. Tha former officer. President
L. C. Msrsfeldcr and Secretary It C.
ulllon. both were compelled to re
sign on account of the presa of pri
tkeusaats of Mea Will Be Let Out ot
B$ tht A f ocíate Pru
Pklladslpbla. March 6. it was atstad tt
the arrice or the Pennaylvasua Railway
compsny loday that the policy or retrencli-
snem snd economy put into erred In the
rloalng mouths or last yer will be con
tinued until the number ot employ! on
Its lines test or viit'tmrgh and grl. Pa.
ha been reduced rrorn 146000 lo HlMtt.
The company today confirmed report thai
tb number of employes had slresdy been
lowered In lb last lew mouth to IR.ouo.
it was aisdamsd Mist trsrric in October
Itti when Itt.ooo men were employed.
was about tha same as In February itto
Mo 117.000 were oo the payroll and Hut
the company decided to reduce the number
of employes lo the 1910 bails.
Tlie lines west or Fltlsburrh It waa rur-
ther alated are also arrected by the re-
More Prison Paroles.
Bu pedal Wire to J'te Timn
Aualln. Ten.. March . one hundred and
firiy more convicts will leave the prison
walls behind and gu out Into the sute as
laborers on county roads ir llovernor ol
quill Is able to determine on thai many
whom he bellevaa may be chosen ror the
work. The success of Ihe Llndale. smith
1 niiiin road plan lias been a boon
TOBACCO TRI'HT ti ll'.
Attorney Ventral About Ready lo File Con-
Washington. March Si - Attorney General
McHeynolds received notice ....ay of tho
conference between repreaenuttves of ih
Metropollian and other tobacco companies
and DIMrlct Attorney Marshall whlrh are
üeeklnif to avoid aull under the Sherman
anil trust act.
Although it is possible ihe tobacco com
panle may avoid prosecution by meeting
demands of Hie government designed lo re
slor competition. It was aald tonight that
proceedings for contempt or court against
lour campante have been seriously con
The complaint in thla case is aaid to
be ready and unlesa Mr. Mi Reynolds 1
shown that the evii complained or will be
remedied It will be riled early next week.
Action ror contempt may be delayed pend-
ing settlement or the anti-trust phase of
liermas lorlallsts Victorious.
Bu th Afuctateá Prttt
Dresden. Germany March . The Spcial-
Ista were victorious today In a bye-election
In the noma district displacing Oeneral
Von Llebert Imperialist who was unseated
in the Reichstag owing to Irregularities.
The Socialists thus regain their previous
total or III seats.
We don't care much wnat they do
to the tobacco trust now. They dis-
solved It once Without sny noticeable
effect on tho price of cigars or mnk-
In's and we have grown skeptical.
Although his Itenerary hsa not been
publlnlied. it Is safe that Secretary
Bryan will not stop off at Mexico
when he makes that trip to South
Amerl'-a toward the close of the next
Politicians like pugilists waste a
good deal of valuable time sparring
for an opening and covering up.
While It Is well to be patriotic it
doesn't make much difference to you
pr us if Uncle Sam did snub Huerta'
I 1 SALE I 1
A Few Days More of Those
and Turkish Rugs
Bargains you cannot afford to miss.
Some fine antique pieces. We in-
vite you to come and look. Sell-
ing these at cost.
41A MPS A
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