El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, November 27, 1914 Page: 4 of 14
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7r"r top. m. snd oa Sunday afternoons d bolldsys ths rol'
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... ..... .naTünnt noon ltut Usalas. cMrseter Of
rwitíttsá of say person firm or eorfcorsUon. w&lcb my
EÍÍIb te colasSii ot Tbo Time!. wlíybe glsdiy greeted
1 A nwtMMt ku been Inaugurated by iho Abllona
chamber et commerce to have every farmer In Taylor
county. Tesa equip himself with 200 chicken tnree
first -class dairy eowi and two good brood sows. It
has been noted that small farmer thus equipped are
the one who are making; their way and Becoming- in
dependent In the Abilene country and It I earnestly
desired to set the entire producing ciaea or mat seo
tloa of Tesa on an Independent basis.
The live little city 'of Peco Texas located In the
Feces river valley of Texas l within the artesian
belt of West Texas and It was discovered some years
ago that flowing water could oe ootainea in mat
vieinlty without difficulty. Curing the last few days
a contract has been signed by tho Fecos city fathers
for the boring of a new well whleh is to have a guar-
anteed flow of not less than 00 gallons of water per
minute and which Is destined to furnish water both
for the sewer system and for better flro protection.
Thcro la on display with a realty firm In ts
Cruces N. M. a bunch of sweet potatoes grown by
Jatnes Quesenberry on his ranch west of that town.
On the bunch aro J 6- potatoes some .large and some
sBiallrtho largest of which weighs one pound. The
exhibit has attracted much attention as It serves to
demonstrate the success of sweet potato culture In
the upper valley
T A. Lewis ol Hope N. fl. drove a. car of hogs
to ArtesU a few days ago from which point they
were shipped to the Tort Worth market. Many f
these hogs weighed 300 pounds and over- and Mr.
Lewi will have another car rready for shipment in
December. There are a number of persons in that
vicinity who oro making very good money out of the
hog business. In spit of the high freight rates In the
Pecos valley and It is believed that the Industry la
as yet -but In the Infancy of Its development.
Thsj ZrcmÍ0-w( V Cnstv
The ercu.ttoi e Vssm prt-t In the Anitrtm
tij'ii 10 icrT
about vww-rM' BfK tA pUm
afecte are bow on thrwr MrfMi ik4r previ
eawp hi the vlclnky ef ys CHy M )wfli Tea.
And the evacuation tht t tks taken ptáce has
listen gVermM. by tWte lwUra- alwaem m the
lookout for ppeftunKIe. for stteti crkieiMn and the
sUggeetlaet 1 made frem Heh sercea tht thM 'ftee
pailón which cost this rover imtnt ábelut 110049000
has ame-imted to abe4t(y nethftg belt stteh a view
Is a very contracted one.
The occMpaWon of Verá Crus by the American
forces was a stinging rebuke to that element of MesU
can clttceiMhtp which beHeved the Washington ror-
erament would tolerate any indignity that might be
offered. It was a move .that brought about tha at
nest Immediate abdicate of Kuertaand. his flight
from the country. It ended the Huerta usurpation
In-Mesleo and In effect 'delivered the government back
Into hands of the constitutional ejkme't and It was
nuirci io an mfxico wiai irnuo me wmtrjean govern'
meat was thus' Interfering direetty In Mexico with
extreme reluctance. It was prepared Co take such fur-
ther steps as were necessary and occupy the national
eapiul Itself If the oxigénete of the situation de-
manded such action. 'i '
Tho American occupation of Vera Crux brought
law and order to the city and extended protection .to
thousands of Mexicans aa vell as foreign cltlsen. it
brought about a reign of law' and order In the South-
ern portion of tho republic which through reflex
action extended to Mexlcecity and was a powerful
factor In holding down the jawfess element there.
Having done these things successfully and be
lieving longer occupation woufd serve no wise pur
pose the Washington government g&vo the order for
the withdraws! of the American troops And Mexloo
is ten to work out Tier own destiny uui a will do a
long time before the salutary effects of the American
occupation will be lost .upon the Mexican people.
Responsibility For The Recall.
It coat the city Portland Oregon $..000 last
week to hold- a recallelecttnn which resulted Jn no-
body being recalled afjdil Is thus that the fallacies of
this very unsatisfactory .'innovation are being brought
homo to the people who. are largely responsible for
Its very existence. Et Paso Times.
Not only did it cost the city of Portland $26000
attendant upon holding1 the recall election but think
of tho lorn to business the turmoil the agitation and
the feeling of strife created among the people caused
by a heated and bitterly contested campaign and ejec-
tion wherein only tho personality of one Individual
mosi probable was the chief Issue. The "recall"'
provision In a state's constitution or a municipality's
charter is a .delusion" a snare iind a vile Invention
of tho socialists the anarchlsts'.and the d'eytl Ban
. A Bwa For Tka
There W . Mew IMÍ far automeMea laemissj
tatw m iity l.!!!ÍmyP
hd Juirt ixan 4íIé4 in flit llfr4iiMtP'Jm "lítilktttf
was ewtr 44 m0hm tm Mm M' rnllea while tM mmtr-
What tíhytmt as i wit Hi fwM rented by Aft4ÍMÍ
do not kn&w. ii isjiftjii K I water he wet K. d
th remam-hi inn lirnili m a distilled prodeet the
formula which he o4im knows. HM 4tWat ha
been eHaiwed wHh very erwd apparatus ad I de
scribed by a Pittsburgh paper a a sieve pep seme
reugk' phMnblmr. 4 a tbree-gejMsii. water' h . But
can 1m handled wKh proiK at twe cem pft ' tHon
and which ap parea tly answer all the pwrp of
A careful eMmlMHm ef the filié f : the ' ear
used for the speriment at indiana ell has heen
made. It ha teeea taken apart and the meet citUal
observations applied to determine whether er net the
ntw- fuel has exerted any unwheiesem effeet Mf the
mechanism of the car and the vtrdlct I Hm mw
fgel doe not afeet the engine differently frm gso-
Bpe'ctmens of tomatoes on display at Tort Stock
ten Texas produced by a tenant on the farm of Dr.
W. K. Harris under Irrigation hayo dono much lo
dispel the Idea that thl popular vegetable cannot ba
'uceess fully -releed Inthat section. The tomatoes re-
ferred to are as perfect specimens as can be pro
duced anywhere and as tho tomato has thus been
demonstrated to be a success In that section It Is be-
lieved the coming year will witness more attention
being paid to their production. As the tomato plant
fa something of A drought mister It Is possible to
produce this vegetable even with very limited Irriga-
Sonia Indications of the site of the cotton crop
ihat has been produced In West Texas this year may
be gathered from the yield In Itunnels county which
authentlo reports from palllnger say will reach 10000
bale. This Is more than double the normal yield In
that county and If the same ratio "prevails throughout
Wert Texas then that sectloa Is not going to be hit n
hard by the low price after all far the excess yield
will go far tqward making good the decline In price.
It has only been a few years comparatively since
eotton field succeeded the cattle business in Runnels
county and the same conditions apply to Taylor
Jones TUher Nolan. Mitchell Howard and other
Weet Texas counties all of which have been brought
wHWn the cotton prod u 8 In r area and where cotton
predueOe ta net UmMed H uy manner except Iri
the matter of gathering K.
f :i i r.i: i nc c.i
The Kansas City Journal says Bthat Jiooserelt has
not yet replied to Bulser's Injunction to "be l man
or a rnouie" but when lie doeslt Is understood' that
Uulxer will be a liar and a BcoúnáreJ. El iWoTTlme.
The colonel's endorsement will not be tieeesaary.
Hasn't Sutser earned and established hta reputation
alike as a liar a scoundrel and - a petty 'larceny
grafler? San Antonio Tlepubllc
. The report comes from' Washington that Congress-
man A. Mitchell i'olmer who wa recently defeated In
his race for the United states senate In. Ihe state of
Pennsylvania is to give up thi Democratic leadership
In that state'nnd will be given either . a cabinet posi-
tion or u place on' 'thes bench of the District of Co
lumbia. The president Js a great admirer of Palmer's
and will see to' It that he does not suffer In conse-
quence pf the Pennsylvania defeat.
The first military court of Instruction that has
been engaged In an Investigation of the Huerta usurp-
ation in Mexico City has arrived at the conclusion
that Henry Lane Wilson former American ambassa-
dor to Mexico was just as deeply mixed up!ln tho plot
us was General Victoriano Huerta. The responsibil
ity for what happened la placed 6n Wilson. Huerta
Btanquet and Do m Harm and It is probable that
the shoe fits Just where It has been placed.
The people of Oregon have Just voted for the' abo
lition of capital punishment In that state by the very
narrow margin of SS votes. And the narrowness of
the' majority given leeme Indication that the people
pf Oregon are partially -recovering from some of the
political peculiarities .thjtl have heretofore affllcted
them. In Urn's there may be a total recovery and
rationalism again have full sway. ""
The khedlve of Egypt has cast his lot with Turkey
In the war against Great Britain rtuaala and France
and It I not difficult té foresee what Is going to hap-
pen to the khedlve. . "U
It the Andrus automobile fuel H the ueeis.th
I claimed for It there is ho questioh about H hela
one of tho -greatest boon that ha yet been con-
ferred tpon the aulomoblllft wheTia bees at. the
mercy of the gasoline maker me automobile first
came into use and who hay had to submit t much
.eaprlclousnea in the matter of gasoline prlee.
If d 'standard fut) for atftomoblle ha beets In
vented that will not cost lit excess of two cent per
gallon It mean emancipation from tHe'gasolln? tntt.
an the reduction óf the coat of operating mashlae
to the point where the fuel Item will be rendered
Wr ( Tim Wi
9tm th ttlVs tM r
9) d)fjft va Wfily hasi
IkMI Crees nuree
'P Jpsskt of tlMÍy. MI' tm k
jfttwMNtolPwi4it itoéH ipíp mi ftv
WWjw has no surgery '-
wsmsa's grUt torn he.
i ka ttM deadly fMtt
;i-jpiÍisltiiiid'to the it . .
mitin err m va r bread.
:tfnitm. grant w pray
'lW-tBBsv boome speedy war - ' .
jftf)iir thvfrrng host: Xf
To'isjblMd women everywhere t
rmii'k i wih suffer most.
-AWi Ortmtt Hoffmih In the-Chris-
There I no
neunced hs can
ht To to Indicate thát Hon
m in earnest when no .an.
at' Mi Democratic etato cón-
.M.i. .alNluM fr KW
In the .evacuation of Vera Crus .orno fact have
coma tojignt wnicn ao not aitoro very pleasant con
templatlo'n. A Washington dlspátch' conveyed the in
formation of the evacuation eald; "Pressure -from
Europe was chiefly responsible for earlier Step' taken
In Mexico by the administration arid now that the
pressure ha been relaxed owing to tho8lrropean waf.
officials here are hopeful that It' will 'be' possible ta
let Mexlcolrnmr and stew away without any action
from Washington.'1 If theSe be the teat facts they
do not comport with tho statements given out at the
time of the occupation of Vera Crus
Tho fact that ostrich plumes have gone out of style
has put th Ostrich industry of Arizona very hiuch oA
the bum. In fact it Is said the ostrich farmers of
Phoenix and Yuma sre In a condition that Is cloeely
bordering on ruin. l costs asmuch to feed an os
tricH'tts an average horse and with large flocks to
take care of jnij no rovenué from .thi Industry the
feathers being a drug on the market it Is said that
the' matter' pf turning the bird loose on the desert
hH "bean seriously considered In Some quarters. But
a fashion Ts a very capricious masterl Ifwould be w
good. Idea" for -trje ArlSona ostrich breeder to .hold
on to their birds tor timo yet else about the- tlme
they were turned loose to hustle for themselves or)
the desert It la possible that th.c- plumes might come
Into' fashion again and the birds become of their
former great value .'.
Small boys playing on the bank of the Concho
rlvef In 8an Angelo; Texas s tew- days ago dcov
ored the body of W. A- Outhrfe. manager of th llghi
and power compsny of that city floating In the water
With hla feet bound together and his left arm tied to
his side Tho belief prevail that Mr. Outhrl was
bound and thrown into the river and the mystery has
caused a profound sensation. Trip dead man hs long
been Identified wth that section of the country- háv
Ing been the partner of J. O. Murphy In the establish'
rnent of the Ban Angelo Standard mor4 than thirty
year ago and will be remembered by all tho etd-ttmo
nowspaper meV&f tho stats.
ft.' . ' ' ' ' 1
Some thletWs stolen the radium from the Dépvor
museum. nu ne mrecjor is very mucf ceneerneg
from the fact'that the Vadium stolen la In siisk a
combination it W a deadly poison. Death V predicted
for the IndlyMtMl Who attempts to make a uoe of
the purloins property.
The American soldier who have taken their de
parture from Vera Crue aro among these who are
Immensely pleased wjth the evacuation. The seven
month spent In Southern Mexico gayé them all the
Mexican experience they will ever need Jn their busi
.V. .. i
It begmsiM) iook'Mko Beoretary Bryan found seme
tne whow4t4jw Vera. Crws at h hand upon the:
depgfur of tie Amérlean iroop.
rention held in M Ps Nhk summetV
There lire some retssw to believe that Senator
Bsjley has again ehaiHred his mind and may not be
a candidate. - Men say tMn Under the i stress of
political excitement semsUme which they either re
call or afterward Hpfrer e.
Well th agony Is over at last. The ófflclal re
turns for Maricopa have been complied. It's been an
anxious time for Carl Hayden but the final count
show that he t elected. It' close enough and If
hi nearest competitor had had S0i3 mofe votes no
would have won.- PJioenlse (Aris.r uozette.
' A a matter of. fact Carl. Hayden ran like the pro-
rerblsl. scared wolf In hi race for congress and
found hmself th .fastest' thinner In all Arlsona. And
Hayden has been very True to the beet Interests ot his
Mr. W.utfJ f?'3 genefal adrerttain aaspt ot
m aniiv xi o fiiuruiu nPieiu. oils di mo iiiiubii u.
thorltlts n irte coüntry on efficiency In advertising;
last night told' the ieoDle of Santa Fé that no other
fluency ceuld possibly do so much good for tho .city
as (ho Jjome paper. )-snnt Fe New Mexican-
And Mr. Simpson told .tho Santa Fe people a very
plain and Undeniable trutb. There is no other agency
for good so" potential In any community as the home
Yesterday Wlrht ét Anthony had a thlbmenf -of
turkeys that went to'-El Paso by Wells' Fargo express.
They were bought of various persons In this vicinity.
jiJUoya jvno farm yen mis northeast ot town
was 'In ' thl Veekvfánd hé'renorts that" hehas sold
175 worth of; y'oüng ttrkey.-MIdland "(Teias) Jte-
portet. r 5 - . v
faso i a. profitable market ror turkeys grown
within 90 mile of FortWorth many choice birds
finding' their way here .from Weatherford which';!
t0c4tej in Fort Worth's backyard.
Van Horn as a toVn seems to believe in clvlq at
tractiveness. A great many of our .business firms are
making as effort toward making their 'places ot busi-
ness more attractive. Van Horn has more cement
sidewalks than any .other town of Its site In Texas.
Van Hern (Texas) Advocate
And cement sidewalks ere a good Investment for
arty town; .They are .one cf'the crowning glories of
El Paso 'attracting tfoe attention of every visitor as
ve) as proving a joy to every citizen.
We knew a Phoenbc reporter who carries a srríall
howltsir wears a lub .and sports a deputy sheriffs
badge as big as the one Cy Perkins used' to have;
That's one way - to get the pews. Phoenix (Ariz.)
That Phoenix reposter must Imagine he Is on the
"bed man" aseigsment and goes prepared ? to make
new if It cannot b4 dug up from natural sources. Ho
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BTucnnjr i if nn wrf imuwsii 1110 umuuni pi
paraphernsHa he oairlM.
Don't tah ny stoek in th man who goes about
predicting thst iho end of time is at hand .for he Is
a peselmleC his lfver 1 out of order and. he .needs
strong medietas. Put your faith In the man who
preaches th dootrm of the rainbow and sunshine
harvest and seed ties. Pin your faith to him who
reads the Wble slsV premise Instead of a threat and
your life wJM be. Mttrr.---Sterllng city (Teas) News
H J not HyoM H men to see things in the som
light and ins ' a. dog fight differently. Still we
should 'not wtiflil over the end ot time for It i not
going to materially affect the time we are permuted
lo spend hers '
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at to Mar Co siwr Msr bsjae.'
stVM'iMÚii make k4s tV pésela. .t
- t u. vkst dm usen so
k M to b sM of both nfWi
Isiwiiigii (kM oi W Js. '
Jt-- - or a bsitir'
aLrM-mt ilk Wo-i ht siisibiisV s
rom mbrii the earn pet low. Th
oa) wmhé 1 an opom . with
'So who oan say what I tho moamre t
cemm retal valuf
Tho only thm of which row mf bo
paosHenee seen or laeo testd to oommd
Heno tho eVrloue moral l: Do your
th trr aaeh das' lo do a MtUe bettor.
ribpoM or .monument aner yea are ooao uio .
thing of 41 I' that you vron't got ft Hatos yow
And If you ar In the Job that frss the mero j
lh will be the greatest reward. Wichita Béaéost.
GLIMPSES OF THE PAST
(FROM THE KILB8 Of Tffisf ;MORNDf6 MM)'. .
Thirty Years Ago Today.
Five hundred .dollar wa found ta the streeee
this . city yeatefday. The finder brought-the moWoy t
the Time office and the ?wner can' have tfcVsame íyí .
paying ths advertising blli. 'L V
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One hundred and sixty thouaand bricks 'have
been delivered at the cottnty ceurthve. yard. let 'sí
few days masons and carpen teywHl boat wok
The contractors have prqmloedVtJhat the. work 'wHI
be. rushed from aoW uhtll-hóMrtHfMr i cora plot W
Mr Latey a delegate to the cattlemen' conven
Hon returned o thl ctty frpwt.St. Jxul whero'hé t
that there ;erfl 1800 ranchmen 'there; everyen I
brought hi wife And all enjoyed themselves greatly
while thi business of the convention was being trans- j
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H. M. Mundy Is also here and states that he íwáf
made a committeeman in an Important matter. $Mri
Mundy states that evety branch of tho cattle bustaee
was taken care of at the convention. Both the men
frbjn this cltyW they were' glad: to bo '.baek whor"'
there Is eunihlne. At Kansas city on thé .return trip;
iney encoqnterea snow and Ice
At á meeting of tho. ball club last uhrht lt';-w1
decided to pootporio. the. trip to -accrue ?intUbeS
center. 7th( at which U.me the mstcVted Wmo wjl bf
played the boys but their trio off Slnn-
the tact that nskny nlaVéra- iri lH1-'Á.t!'T
to be In thl city on' thbíf'eVtho moñih AilíusíJ
usually large crowd óf Kl Paso ball fans had all
the(fwwtílsgés teaewmpanythbp1aysr' oS
Fifteen Yearij Agcj Tdiy.
The war department has no' knowledge ef the ao
called general uprising against the American-'troops'
at Pinar Del Rio. The report given -circulation wasj
to the effect' that a thousand arméd native .planned')
an altaok there for Thanksgiving day. -
Mr. J. H. Logan returned to this city yesterday '
from Manila where' h' has been for the' past two
year a representativo of the Texas Paolflc rail
road tho first road to send a man to the island. H
has an origina) signatura of Aguinaldo with hi offi-
cii! seal. i
Word reaches San Francisco that iho- Albín has
Soiled from. Cape Nome and will be the last vessel
uní next June. There ( ha been a general exdusj
from the north' thi season. Few ihavo remained Inf
Nome for the winter and they are mostly men jfho1
came down from the upper river to stake claim.' It-;
Is reported thaffew claims aro left the country be-
ing covered to date Tiothing l'for sale there.
IS. Garcia Was found .guilty yesterday of th uri.
der Of Kd O'Connor jn Fall Tpuag" oafe on tho nights
of October 1 this year. The Jury brougham a diallr
penalty. Charles Buck positively Idenflíled-" the Jíexí (
lean as the maw who shot O'Connor. Otffeer .Wlly '
Smith testified of the arrest of Garcia as ho ran
from the saloon immediately following the atíooWf'
largo crowd in the eoartroom during
the entire hearing; which ;teok' up two days otfthi
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