El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 20, 1914 Page: 2 of 40
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LL PASO MORNING TIMES
Sunday. December 20. í 9 f4rU-
fltjr Uw Carranca forres undr omeral Die
cuei tecured five million pesor from n.
ruvernneni ofTlCflf. The villa troopa ra
punuini him. Barore evacuating iba car-
tama forra enoriicatad njiomoMl- horaaa
arwl household rtVHls. For aavaral 'lay the
r ii y etprltnred a releo oí lanltiantaa.
Volunteer polire howrvar. raatorM order
htfora lb Arrival of General Villa.
IVAHIO '.'IN f HU'flHTI l I
ti imtv or Taiiric.
Bp the i ' (j r i A ptfi
I arefio. T"a- PcC ta Oenrril Pablo
finnrairí han rearned the Panuco oil field
district with tojooo troopa praparad for an
offensive ajatnsl viJJa forras at Tamplco
acrordlnf to reports here tonlfht. The
it me men are asertad carranza troops had
tvaeuatr-d Parraa. a amall tovn near Tor-
rean and confirmad reports that tha villa
rorros at San Luis Potosí had aone over
HOLID AY CLOTHES
Iike Holiday Decorations
Add to the Cheer of
You like to see the Christmas wreaths and you likr to see the crowd in its holiday
clothes. Your family and your friends rsrmblr you in this respect. They'll enjoy
seeing you wear during the holiday season top notch clothes that will continue
to look well long after the Christmas parties are only a pleasant memory.
Why not buy yourself a practical Christmas Gift? Other people naturally give
you the things that you would not think of purchasing for yourself. Present
yourself with a nobby Suit or Overcoat You will not get duplicates of a gift of
Whether out for gifts for others or treating yourself you will find at our store
everything for Men and Boys Hundreds of Practical Gifts and many things you
won't find in any other store in El Paso. We can assure you that you won't be
disappointed here. "We Got the Goods" always a little better and for less money.
We can please everybody no matter how small your purse is or if you want the
Oelr Out "MOMO QUININE."
When. i you feel a cold comlnt on tMnk
nf UM rull mm'. LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NINE Look for Miniatura of E. W 0ro
00 bOI. IV. A 'I v ' Tllaetnanl I
Pimío Clearance Sale at Bl Hints' hea-ln
nina Motility a. m. We Intend lo move
thorny and a vary piano In taw houee will
be closed out In ality days. Call and
nota tha low prices f. 0. Silllnas Plato
Co.. No. Hit N Stanton (Advertisement.)
Far tn folkt hack boma.
LA INTERNACIONAL CIGARS.
1 he moat complete linea
of Men a nnd Boya' Wenr
in thr Soulhweat. Your
boy looka beat in a Sol I.
Berg Suit; they can't wear
Our Ladies' Silk Hom are
by far the beat abaolutcly
guaranteed and coat only
$1.25. You can't buy her
a better Xmai gift.
Muth latcraat ftftaa; fflUwa al Mata Ual-
rerBBijr art Aux.li
ALP IKE TEXAS.
Bp Timet Special Correspondent
Alfln. Txas I'- ift. Mr and Mrs. Frank
Crawford l-fi this wvk fur San Antonio
to sfTid sAvnral vek
rrnuk Andpraon returned Ibis week from
KanM City whara na has beau aiundinrr
Miss Amelia Brooks of F.I Paso la spending
th linlidayi At this plan.
Warth Frazlar of Marin la apandlna; a
frw days In AlptriR
Mrs. Hohrt iir-nwootl of Marfa ipint
i lw day In Alplm-. the irni-st of he
ilanahtrr Mrs. Joint Hlrhnmlth
P c. Noisn has r turned from a visit
lo I'cros and Croflkatt counties.
I. Ilalsy rfturnet this week frnm -an
AnUjiilo where he has bwn under mediriil
MUs Eaala And'-r son Is nipacted home n
a frw days fruiu IA Faao to apand the holi
Mrs. A M r.urney and rhlldrm have r-
turned from nn extended visit with rein
tlvrs In cast Terns
Mrs. A C. H.-ni.t nnd Miss Heard of r:irl
hart N. M. am visitors to Alpine.
Mr. and Mrs. Newt (lourley or Presidio
ire sppndliia- the hididays in Alpina.
Miss Allre now-lay nf y. paso Is the rue? I
f her Usier Mrs. Allen Walton.
Judkre J ! ftrookH Is spending the hotl
lays In cast Texas.
Captain D. A. n. Walton haa returned
froiii a visit lo Sabinal.
0. J. Hkajou of l annlnirtnn. !. M-. was
the riKst or Mr. and Mrs. Jlni c. Wllaon
Mrs. W. R. Hutliel loft this week for
Mr and Mrs Enfrene Carr ara spendlnr
ihe holidaya in aan Antonio.
The rollowlna- Offl.-era wara elerted by
Alpine lodro. Woodmen of the World: A.
8. Juanea paai rnqsul romutanden W. H.
consul commander; Frank M. Craw-
ford Adv. ii.; jamaa A. iturke hanker:
i. n Mrlionnull. rlarki R. Bean eacort:
C W. smith wai' iunan; Arnold lUirln. sen
try; J. n. Mlddlehrnok physician; . I.
Crawford. J. w. Audarson. A. J. Tlpplt. man
Alpine lodge. Woodman clrele. eleeied tli
follow iiifr orrioert Mrs. Walter (arnett
ruardlan; Mrs Jame Burke clerkt. Mis
W.'H. Harrlann. advlson Mrs ta. i. Rurdlrk
mu aid an i Mrs. a. h. ;uatice cbapiaim Mrs
H. Maddox attendant! Mra. Kd Davidson
hankfn Mlim Jtnimle Wade Inner sentinel
!1evll MrTionnel) outer aentlrml; Mrs. W. V
Me'tanirhy first manaaer A. H. Justiee
sermid inanaveri J. R. Mlddlebrook phynl
Unlvtraity ' tatlon. Dec-Mneh nteraal is
developlnr In regard to tb bask'thall eon-
tesu of the Unlverlaty Intersrholastlc Ua-
gu: The rules this year provide for bolt
iriile' and hoys' basketball rontesta In the
various rr.unt.es. the official aamea he
s.ooioa- not aarllar tun January 16tb and
' losinr t the time of ma nna: rouniy con-
teata In debata declamation tanate apel-
line and track events. Interacholasilf: Ath-
letic Director of tba University of Teea
A J. Robinson haa announced the follow lnr
rerulaUona for the basketball contelts:
i. ReiwdulaTbe ufficlal acheduia for the
County riumpionstrJp must not barln be
ivr n. muí tuiu iiiuai oa conriuaea ii'i
later that! the tima of ihe tlml ronntv
meetina; or the lean. o nnii played
before Jan la shall count In the champion
snip contest The county athletic director
should rail a mer-iina of schools interested
not later than Jan. Ath to arrange a sched-
ule; or if a me unr la unpractical. th
ctoaduka rould ba arranad bv corres
ff. Final1 dsnvs The four u-ams i:.v
the hlrtiest reeorda on the parcentare basis
should play a rinal sarta at the county
meeting- of the leag-ue the team to be
paired off by lot for the first fames then
the two winning trame to play a final game
i.Note li may lie advisable for the county
directors to divide the entinta Into rour
dlatricts the winning team In each dta-
trlcf to be .Jiowed to play at the final
I. Divisions In addlUon to the rerular
Senior font'st teams may compete m tbe
Junior dtstsions. To be elfflle to the
r-uiiur nit i nn in h fin iiUll u lini.er 14
I'l h be atven a passport out or thn
The remjtnst was- mt wtth a prompt re
i ii General t'alafox dtn-larthir that
neither the Hrltlsh nor the Ami P an vov
erninnt would be permltfed to shield or
Mv- rroin puttishmont men rharirad with
crime in M'XJi'o. llurliidi- the a-eneral
paid would be pernutti'd to leave ih" mun
try only after he had been tried and found
jruUileee of th charm alleged againsi
Iturtolde who was (roverniir of ihe fed
ral district under the t:arabojaI regime
organized a force and look rl.artru of the
nty donna the brief interim between
Die departure of tieneral Ulanco'a troops
and Hie orcupallott nf the elly by the
in. in p pra loeatrd.
The ho line win-re lieneral Iturhlde Is In
hlilinir has Imm'ii Incaled and a Mronir fruam
r soldier posted aioiind it. Tim soldter
arc uinliir i lie strictest orders to allow
Give Him an
The acmé of grace harmonious out-
line and accurate time.
A watch that meets all the require-
ments of refinement combined with
i . J
It is made by the Waltham Watch Co.. at Waltham
Mass. in the United States of America.
The Prices Are $40.00 $60.00 $100.00.
The Place to Buy Is
The A. D. Foster Co.
nn nni in litar- or leave without a nas
pon aitni.vi jy uenaral raíalo.
Ami.rirajia hora who have inuraatad
llii-ia... u in ue rae ileel'an. that n.
liurbHH' mailer haa Ireeti hanillwl in j
iMiminiK ii.aiuiiT. Had iwranna ramilla r
lili Mm icmlniionary elenteni iireaenii'ii
un -(-.i-. n aiicUctory K'.liitlun nilylil haw
b'Tii riMi'lied and irravi- laiinr of eotupM
i alli.il u i lit th tinned Matea and lll eal
Inatead of Una aome fifty dltilonwta an.l
iiiar i i hui. ftave aiieniuied lo iiinia
l'n" "I Il' lal IMIafo fur the reirna.i
or inn hide u t tvaull that I'al.it'n
'I. in iiiiiiml Ihall ever lliat llii-
rorin. i vnveriior aliall Do detained her n.r
I' ml ' I " Ii i- inunlad however thai
i.iimiii.1 iiiiiiii.t. he round Innoeenl of Hie
iibim'- iiiiiiiKtit aaalnal hllli. he win lir
i what you wain at your i.hrlatmaa dinner
iHhla Call nn Nn 17 and nrrlar a "valley-
raiaed" lurkey rroin ihc Saratoga Market.
tanv mult ha undér 1ft. axrant that
If ba Is in a ward arhoul or below a oth
rrade in a rural Brbool havinf only 10
arwra a uuj uimci w may finer me . nilir
Hulea -Tha ofrirlal rules ara those
PVMIShed In tire ikiaiiKliliir trulde fur'IOU-tr
iHpauldiiiK Athletle Library to. 7 for men's
tutea .ni. 7A ror bin- rules. j
S. Ellg-ltilllty Bee Limeralir Bulletin Mo.
M.PP. 13-15. All ihoea inieresiert I ilia
basketball rontetts are u rpr-íl lo communl-
caia st'itli their county diiucior.
PITTINC THE PLOW
Batronr. the horkk
ileum the earl her.. Hie horse." save
Pror. Chas n Ausiin -haa lorisr been re-
coatlreit as a aeTlous lilun.ter hut It Is no
worse than puttlnr the plow before the
horse a mistake whirh la now being; made
in many aertinns or Hie state
"Hecenily I was lillklnv In a dealer In
rarm ltnilements and during the course of
our conversation 1 uu'-siloned him con-i-ernlnr
Hie slnu of the hreaklnr plow thai
no auiu inu-i irugueiiuy. i ne size or the
plow In lis ralallan lo the orei.arallon of i
seed bed have been discussed by ail who
aic luierusteu in ueep tiiiaire the CODser-
vallnn of the ninlsture and relatad nuea.
lions. The reply that I received from tha
implement dealer waa to the efrtct that
am) rarmers nuuRtit the size of plow which
best suited lha teams that they own. Nance
they cot the plow hernre tha horse. aVcllns
os this principle the rarmer who possesses
a small team capable of drawing no heavy
uau mu puy na-iu maruinery. a light
plow means in the majority of caeca nrht
cultivation and this in turn means light
eropa. IvmptiHsia should be put upon this
rai-l when so many people are. trying to
lorn the attention or Mm rarmer rrom cot-
ton lo other eropa. Cotton can withstand
a dry seaann which will burn out oilier
crops that are being prepoaed. unless the
Hied bod rnr Ihese other rrnps has hern
prepand in a depth which will bold mol
tore enough lo carry the crop through tin-
The pmper principle Is not to rat a
smaller plow hut 10 get a blgrer horse
no- improvement In Hie breed or horse
' an come about In the briefest lime by the
nraanirsllon of a great number of local
breeders' associations formed on a co op
erallve basis. This will arouse loral en
thusiBMii. i 1-an- a working intere and
enable the farmer lo do In a ro operative
way whai ha could not do hy acting as an
Individual Tha Illusion of Public Welfare
01 the university or Tesas can riirnish to
live stock breeders copies or articules or
mganiiailnn stirh as are used In the turo-'
pean countries ru- in some of our own
stales where through ro. operative efrorl
ih breading or live slock Has been made
very profitable This has been done ai a
cost which would be greater than that in-
curred in our own stale."
Makes no noise
taken in trade
cash or charge.
Why not get "Her" a beautiful light running machine for
Xmas and lighten her work for years to come?
Machines rented by week or month; machine repaired.
All work guaranteed.
HON. Stanton St.
rludd the purchase or HOoon ahares or
i'vrr Marquette aiooK whleh tvrt tha Cin-
rinnali. Ilamilion it Dayton control or thai
Hue. immediately upon tha dtaclnaure of
the mndltln of the Cincinnati Hamilton
fV Das ion Mr- tftwvena aatd. Mr. Morgan
took it hack rrom the Krie at ihe Sirica at
which It wag required dome time artar
it passed to the hnlilmone ft. Ohio.
The net raaiilt tn Mr. ynrran or ttte en
mv tranaartlon the wnneaa declared waa
nn aipendltura r more than te.ooo.ooo.
for which tlw rirfn now bad to ahow 1to-
(mw sharna of the Pert MartnieUe 'W doubt
rui ir any value" and a lops or Wl on
h portion of Uie cinettmaU UaajJIlon k
Dayton bond lasuu purchased in 100&
against which was 9?8ouo oofnmUslon on
transactions totalling; nearly fts.000000 and
a prom or f.'.ow on another markai trana
Mr. Stevens waa rroia-examlned by hi-
(orney Gutheim roprDKcnlUtg the coimuU-
slon who brought out lira Tact that two
asaociate o lha Morfran company wer
directors of the Krfe when the road took
the Cincinnati. Hamilton ft Dayton. IUi
asked Mr. Dtevens if he wanted the ini
presHion to ba givaa thai with two repve-
sentative on tbe directorate of the Erie
Morgan und company had bought the Cin-
cinnati Hamilton ft Dayton without in
ventigation of Its alTaira- Mr. Btevens aald
nn Investigation whatever had been made
fcliher by the Brla or by Morgan and com-
A THRIVING sin .
anoual Repon of Ne Meifrn Military
Instituía nt MobMall
flu Hpniei t0 to Tht Timet
Sunta Fe.. N. M.. Dec. m.--The flaw Mai-
Irn Military DiMltiHe nt Hoswell has a
l-IiiiH now worth ovr t:i"0.ioo according lo
th-t htennlal report of the rep-eni. of the
governor. Tha repon la one of the most
lenirlhy nl inii-rcsting rereived Troni the
H show 3 Hun n lomi nf 4.7IÍ.IW haa been
MilMMMied ror Improveinents during tha lal
two ynrn. the hulk or the amount going
riu the At room three sioiy addition to the
llaaerntati barracks in Hi.- last riscal year
'i large concrete switntnina tank waa built
in onn.-. (i..n with It).' alhletir ricld.
Hi' regenta álate that the alarle of the
nirii rra nUlt li-n In-r. f tliaa li.aill.tii.
tal a l'n I'owrr llrhtnd Throne. now lolaj IW.lSft3.80 or an amount almost
rlnio uhn is the personal representa '''loal to iie anniial apprupriation by the
live or both timeraJ Villa and Uenaral M"11 rlu' earnings of the school have
.apata i 1 f 1 1 1 cd n9 n.. powt-r behind "'n Inrfeaaed." ih.-y report "but It must
und th- real din-cling in-hi of V.'" " ll'rt d thai all students from New
nun 111 t.t Mil IIIIMJUI r III IIIU UIU1
in the capital.
Atl i- . i i 1 1 in nt I'ui-bta
I'ln-bla ua. tHkfti this afternoon arier an
ail day fight and ivporta reiviveu hem
liiilK'iiU- ihrii apaia'a viciory wa complete
noiw nh-Miniiinr that the city wn- -troiiitlv
llefcllil. it llV Ml.- I'arr.liflala n.i....
I treit- i al I r aiielrero Cog.
An orri. i.ii m. -tan rrorn apata reporta
the ni. in iii .-uiK tuMRrd Tehtiacau. Five
Jlllllll I tit I 'I- 111 VVlkas U i . taaltli. la.
rml pluet ii.iti i w trtin on which the
last or tu. i ;tI i n. imns fled wero caiiiurud
by th- .iimi.-us
BefoP' . m inif i -ns burned ririy boi
cars eitrht i-i-t -u.. i- 1. i.h
i' 11. rai'i In l-i-v.-m Un m rnUin uitn HiH
lianils of it n.-iiiiin furcea.
The loss i 1 11 hi 1 is a evt.re blow to
Ihe Carranci-i 1 juv. nn (.. rny cjo bo
tiled as a hi- j ne rallona agamsi thu
niiniiEn ni i -1 iV t : . . - nrut.
Amona ihc 1
1 s art.- many prominent
Levy Grocery Co.
Futer Oawo AaplSaa. pear box 1.00
i aiic MM Tvrl apvtaa boat... i.a6
KHK jMu.I-ll.pUl auploa box tl.U
lYade With IT ami Kavr Monej.
Mall Orclwa Proaupt Attcnilon.
Phone. SOS and S06. ..... .204-206 taat Overland St.
ItlllllllUIC III - IK1I - n mm
tllMkfKn OK I llltl K.N u I tills.
nil in.- i . ...j -ir.a
I Mesico titty p... la ipeUyatl.t Joaa
I til-til Koortri.-- s- .Mmt.it uniht aei-
iita ininlstar .r f u . i u srrairs hy President
ilutlarrm. Hinre ihe ea.-naiion nf tha
li apltal by Carraiirii i. - i f frelirtl rtlin-
j liler has I - . n si am
I AI the ar department tiav the nfriclal
reimrl of the cxñlur.- . i in. uy r ruebla
I was reeeived. 11 ren ired bf
i. literal tápala an.l ai.l ihai a niirsuina
i -iliiinii uf (en Me. ' .i: i men as rVillnolna
tlie i.arrania lr"ps I he enemy was re-
le.rteil as atlcmptlns le r. arh ui isalia Two
llllonsaod prlsonels. -.--ral pleees of
i artillery ami other equi! m ni were clu.
-Me. by tha Zapata troops
i ecortltnf to orrii-iai raparla r.eneral villa
on I'erember 17 entered iiuaiUlajra which
'previously had ben evaruaiad i.y tha Car-
I ratua rarrison. atliariu ippn.nu.n was an-
KUtllried hy Ihe Villa I roups on lltelf
ji urnay to lha waalern inatrniiftlla.
Ill Al t N I nnANt lt.Hs RKIMQ
ft llel HI BV tPATA'K HKN
I Uu lAe l ... eii. .( trlttt
I I'lH'tlla. I'll 7. .llelav.'.l I i.n.ri.
.apata in in nioiura. near Ttr.ie and is as-
peeled lo enter I'uabla at . any niomeni
nenerai II. Artillar win. a atmnt colunia
of ilatrania Iroops evarnatetl ihls after-
nooit. motín toward vara crin. Tha
r'lisens have appeal. .1 fur police protection.
r'verythh.f la reported quiet. t
' I M II M VUJU III - I Mill
nlllil II AT III AHAI AJARA.
tht i mi. .1 Vaea
"uailalajara. Dee. Tl.-(Belaed.)-Oenaral
V illa s iroops have restored order here and
Hete UkD cbarce of lha state and
inunii-ipal departntents. oeoerxl Julian
Mi .in. a has beep appointed provisional axiv-
ernor of Jalisco. Iterere evacuatinx tbe
Mi Men are tflven nn riee Such inon.-v
;i- Is paid In hy these student.- Is used fur
their personal maintenance. Cadna who
n-Slsler front without Ihe state are chanted
ii I7Ü lultlon roe."
In urtrlnir Ihe Immediate purrhasa of the
194-arre iruct of land adjacent to the In
slllllllon tile l-eaenls Ixilnt out thai II
iiuniirlses Ihe only .ntjni-ent land tlisl ha
not heen divided inn. cilv lots and thai
ihe present owners are wllllna lo lorn li
over to tin- stale lor what It cost litem. In
this connection Ihey call attention to he
eriurls nat an- heme made in mnsTrss
to have the I'nited sinics aoventnteni e
labllsh at other plm-.-s Mian West Pntnl
iniln.nal or senil nili.m.-il academics and
suaa-esl lliat it will he well worth while
for New Mexico tn lay a f.nindallnn at
Ptoawell lliat will attract and aecura lha
anvernment's most lltieral aid.
"We would respeetrnlly recommend." i
the revenís --Dial a law- he passed hy tha
comiiiir Icirtslstive assembly whereby a eer-
lain numher or cnmpeteñt anil dealrehle
yoiini men may ri ive aipottiiments to tha
institution each year We believe that tha
erricieney of iho school and Us ability to
help worthy boys of ihe sine would he
lima Increased We ran alata that the
cw Meilen Military in. .nun has advanced
In a very tilth standard and deserves Ihe
admiration of every ritisen of the atate.
its methods or adttration and lis system
of physical development have been In-
vestiirsted by many prominent cltlxens of
me i-iiiitiiry and nave met with aeneral a1
pr.ivai it is ine peopie-s srnooj
ir.iiiilna vouna man from evsrv eounlv
the stale in the Institute there sra nn
favors ronfarred. but on the contrary every
cadet is placed on lha asme plana and
must by ftla own Individuality win Iba
honors inferred by the school.
Ilookwaras laii'iral leaaala 1
Hv rimas special Corrttpindnt
Kama r ' N Pee II -rollowlna the
receipt or a lonjt bulletin from Ihe United
states bureau or educatloQ alalina that Iba
hookworm disease- finds lit hotbed In rural
schools and that In many rases whole
schools and the taachert at well Income
Infected Ihe aeheol authorities of flama Pa
will investíante to sea If thli miteb-dla-
russed malady haa obtained a foothold In
ItUS ' " 1111 1
Bsaa end Ursa
luai Kve Ooaaiocv Writ
DAY S SUMMARY OF
In thr oftaoslva aperallaaa of tha
alllrs in tbr u n rt-na of the war
Inlrrrsting featurai are the loaa In
Hie ii- i i i 0f N.-mr Chapelle
of .erral of Iba treurhea recently
raptured by ibt British and an ad-
vance b) thr i i-i Indiana luHarda
nirhrhiMiro I'A.oue an reported In
the Igtt-M ulllelal rommunlrallun U-
Mied (lie K reach uar offlee. Thin
klatrmrnl aLto Indleatav that the Cer-
mana hair nnt hern larking In thr
olOnithe it rerurds In addition the
nnnlhiiNlinn uf a llrrmaa roluiun mi
In iht east the situation la Mill In
doubt. Accordion to the o I in mi
stalfuienl iruin I'etrograd Ihe ;rr-
mans have bren rrpuHrd In an al-
leinpl i croea the rlnht bank oí the
lMulu river In Puinnd add it !
In Die Rura river dlatrlct I - develop-
Hegardlng the victory whleh
(crinan y waa reported lo have won
In Poland Berlin remain silent nn
detalla luting been made pubtlr.
(ii atria claims Important aueceaftea
In tlm halilr at l.lmanowa In Galicia
where . ufsiana are said tu have
lallrn Into their hands.
Berlin dlpatrh ivaya that Cm
peror William has paid a visit le the
hounded soldiers In the hospital at
Potsdam uhleh would Indicate Hie
emperor's recovery from his Illness
the nature of which has uot been
4 late dispatch from Posen gl rs
an of flrlal report from army he mi
Suertera of Ihe east that Voa lltii-
euhurg'a army aapturcd Louie on
Friday altar heavy flohtlng for sev-
eral daya thua aamprlliog a fur-
ther retirement of the Russian linea.
The kin. of Norway Denmark and
Hwede having held a ronlerenee at
Malino aa lha aubieet ol an agree-
ment lar tM aafaguardlng of their
in le reata In aeouecuoa with ihe in
rope an war have returned to their
SOME TANGLED FINANCES
t laaaelal Attain el Cincinnati Heaalllea
DajjrUa Railway Ara Hrlnlil le loin -late
. Caaaweroe Caaaaalaalaa.
Gioe him an order on us for a suit
overcoat or pair of trousers and re-
lieve yourself of all doubts as lo his
Our strictly Hand Tailored Clothes
MADE IN EL PASO
will please you both.
Prices from $30 up with absolu e
guarantee of better values in cloth
A splendid assortment of the latest
imported fabrics as well as highest
quality of domestic Woolens await
CityNational Bank Building.
By lite issocieled frees
Waahmaton pec. It.rinanclal affalra of
tha Cincinnati Hamilton 4 Dayton railroad
now In the banda of the receiver for Iba
second lime since 1906 were related al
lenith before Commissioner Hall' of Iba
Interstate commerce commission today by
Frederick W Stevens fornlerly an otllclal
of mat line and the Pera Marquette whose
affalra are Interwoven with thoaa of the
Mr. Steveus appeared today aa an aaao-
claia of I. p. Morten and company.
Tn burden of his testimony waa a aula-
nient. aupplemented by many documents
lororsmr millions of dollars in stock and
bond transactions that when the late J P
Morten boulbl tbe controiliot Interest 01
the Cincinnati Hamilton at Dayton for the
Erie In I tos he had no koowfcdjre of tbe
rioastalal rotulu of tha preeedint year to
the toad- During the year Mr. Stevens
said under Hut administration of Eueene
Zimmerman or Cincinnati a syndicate con-
trolled the road and contracted dobla of
oas-ty t 00000. The u-ansacnom in-
For the Folks Back Home
Mexican and Indian Curios
Mexican Blankets $1.00 to $18.00
Indian Navajo Blankets .$3.50 to $30.00
Mexican Drawn Work. . . 25c to $25.00
Spanish Uce Mantillas.. . $1.50 to $10.00
Indian Basket 75c to $ 5.00
Indian Pottery . 25c to $ 2.50
GOODS PACKED AND SHIPPED DIRECT FROM STORE
W G. Walz Company
103 Pauto Street
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 20, 1914, newspaper, December 20, 1914; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth197258/m1/2/: accessed July 10, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.