El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 17, 1915 Page: 3 of 12
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Wexlntay. February 17 1913.
EL PASO MORNING TIMES
. MYSTERY SHROUDS
BELIEVED ASSASSINS WHO SHOT POLICE
. MAN PHOENIX LAV IN WAIT TOR
policeman Marry Phoenix tbot tnrougn
ih left leg Thursday morning by oris or
two unknown Mexican assassins wat re
ported yesterday doing as well ia might
be expected considering tbe nature of his
wound- No bones were nroken tho bullet
raising through the rleshy pari of toe
The cause of the shooting Is surrounded
in mystery Bul the generally accepted
I ilwory la that the officer who wat in
-lvilltan clothes waa mistaken by the as-
hasslni ror a person ror whom they lay in
The shooting occurred near Virginia and
vtyonung streets out a anon aisiance
rrm the officer' home.
T'lmenlx reponed off duty at the Central
Miuon ai a a. m. ana siariea nomo on iuoi
Wllliln loss than a hundred feet of hi-
own bouse two Mexicans stepped from a
nnumay and without a word or warning
openei fire. The officer fell with the bul'
lei hnln in his leg almost at the first shot
The Mexicans continued to fire and it was
a second or tnnre before the officer could
get his revolver Into action. He fired two
shots. At the second shot one of the Mexi
cans either slipped or was struck by
Mullet At all events the man (all. but
quickly regained his feet and both rilsap
lear-tl Into n nearby alley. The men next
gjrssared nearly a hlork away cm Wyoming
afreet. Pboenlx again opened fire. But
owing to the distance and tbe uncertain
light from the street arc no damage was
The assassins according to the officer
rtred five shots in all
Tho wounded orricer managed to drag
' himseir to his home where he "was ad-
mitted by Mrs. Phoenix who had been
awakened by tbe shooting.
The matter waa reported to headquarters
and Captain Greet toretne with Police
Surgeon Frank Lynch and a number of
ofricers at once repaired to tito scene
While the aurgeon waa dressing the In
lined man's wounds the policemen li
automobiles scoured the district In an ef
fort to find some tram or the assassins
Five empty cartridges were round where
the shooting occurred proving that one
of the would-be murderers had reloaded
BREAKS A COLD
IN A FEW HOURS
Firat Dos of "Pape'a Cold Com
pound" Relieve AD
C A S T O R ?A
Don't stay stuffed-upl
Quit blowing and snuffing! A dose or
Pane's Cold Compound' taken every two
hours "until three doses aro taken will end
grippe misery and break up a severe cold
cither In tbe head cheat body or limbs.
it iiromotlv opens clogged-up nostrils
and air passages: slops nasty discharge or
note running; relieves tick headache dull-
nan reverlshiieas tore tnroat aneeiing
soreness and all f mess.
Pane's Cold Compound Is Hie quick
est surett relief known and coats only
k canta at drug atores it acts wnnom
assistance tastes nice and causea no In
convenience. Don't accept a substitute..
SPECIAL TRAIN TO
R0rO8ITION INTRflM'CED AT CHAMBER
Or COMMERCE IHNNEB llrit.M r.ii
Now begins the time
for "increased acreage"
and intensive cultivation
of personal thrift.
Reduce it to a matter of
figures and plan for a
def iffds way of taking toll
"Yrom every month's in-
ni. .cm Th caliber or the- shells corre
sponds with that or the bullet whlck was
removed irom rMiimi
BOYS HURT WHEN CAR OVERTURNS.
Serlou Aeeldeal Narrewly Averted When
Machines Meet At Corner.
Peter Levy and Zach Mussclvyhlto were
badly shaken up yesterday morning when
a delivery macmne Dciouging iu uno u.
the big department storcg overturned at
Kansas and Wyoming streeta. The atcl-
dent occurred when the levy boy who
was driving the delivery car made a
sharp tun to the left to avoid colliding
with a machine driven by Fred Olaser.
The Musselwhlte hoy was standing on the
running hoard or the machine which be-
ing of light conttructlon and equipped
with a rather heavy top. waa unable to
make the turn in safety. Both boys were
taken to Hotel Dleu and laier to inoir
homes when surgeons found that neither
had been seriously hurt.
Wltoeiset of the accident aay that neither
driver waa to blame since both cara were
traveling on the right Bide of the street
and both were well within the speed limit.
Mr. Olaser swerved hie car to the right
and Levy bla to the left and a collision
waa averted. Tbe weight of the boy on the
running board la believed to have been
partially responsible for the overturning
of the delivery machUie. 1
GOULD LINES OFFICIALS HERE.
Noted Railroad Men Arrive Over Texas é
Pacific From EasL
Prominent- orriclala of the Texas Pa-
cific Missouri Pacific St. Louis Iron Moun-
tain and Southern railway systems spent
vesierdav In El Paso conrerrlng with local
orriclala and generally engaged In making
a trip or inspection in this territory.
The officials included Oeorge D. Hunter
general passenger agent of the Texaa &
Paelfle railway Dallas Texas; C. L. 8tone
parsenger traffic manager of the Missouri
Paciric-Iron Mountain gyateroa St. Louis.
Vo.j ll. M. Adams general traffic agent of
the Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain syatem
St. Louts. Mo.; R. C. Andrews assistant
general superintendent Texas it Pacific
railway Dallas Texas- W. H. l loman train-
master Texas It Paciru railway. Big
Police Car Breaks Down.
The front axlog of the btg touring car.
driven by C. Ware and carrying Chief of
Police I. N Davis CBler Detective jerse
Stansel and a posse of ofricers broke yes
terday artcrnoon as the car was passing
the East 1 Paao rire station. Tho car was
traveling slowly at the 'timo and no one
The machine was returning from an
emergency call from Hast El Paao and had
made the outward trip at a lively clip.
A soromi machine was called and brought
lit officers hi headquartora.
INCOME TAX RULES
APPLIED TO FARMS
RECEIPTS FROM FARM PRODUCTS AND
CROP-SHARE RENTALS MUST BE IN-
CLUDED IN TAX RETURNS.
A nrooos.il that the people or EI Paso gel
together with the Chamber nt Commerce
and arrange ror a special train to the Ban
Diego and lha San Franclaco expositions
during the month or Juno waa broarlred
miiirl enihnslr.m at a recular Tuesday
luncheon tendered yesterday noon al tne
Sheldou hotel by President R. B. ornaorn
or the Chamber or Commerce to directors
or the organisation. Besides the directors
present Mr. (irndorff's guests Included
nem-ral snvnian or Lamina. Méx.. an lion
orarv mancibor of the Chamber or Com
merce former President Robert Krakauer
h. T. Bowie. W. E. Mix John L. Tan or
the Joint Immigration and publicity bureau
at the Chamber or Commerce and Secre-
tary A. W. nceve. Mr. Dunham aald mat
a great niany El Pasoans would visit tho
two California ' expositions this year and
lr they would get together and travel 1n a
special train an enjoyable tune could be
had by all and Incidentally much good
could be accomplished by dlalrlbullng ad-
vertising matter al the points visited en
route. Ho said that a special train con-
sisting or rivs Pullmans two baggage car
n diner and a chair car could he rharlerert
to make the trip In a lelaurely way visiting
the. orand canyon. Haaersneia .bi. viaau.
Fresno and Stockton and a week apent
plcahantly at San Frantiaro with all ex-
nensva paid at a total cost 0 IM.M fO
each excursionist. The lowest rigure ror a
trip direct to San Franclaco and return
orrered bv tourist agenrlea was apvr there
fore It would be miicn oetter in every way
fnv me El Paao people to arrange a trip
on their own account. The route tuggeateri
wa merely tentative and could ne mangm
to suit the wishes of those making the trip.
Directora present expressed tlietr approval
or tho proposed excursion to be known as
the "Chamber ef Commerce Special" and
Robert Krakauer aald that features could
be introduced In an advertising way to
make It a "Made In El Poso" excursion.
President Orndorfr named the following
commltteo to take up the matler with Mr.
Dunham and work out the details or the
proposed excursion: W. 0. Roe. Henry
Beach Robert Krakauer. II. T. Bowie E. B.
Neff. J. r. Primm and H. S. Potter secre-
tary Reeves or the Chamber or Commerce
rH Ht of rtellnnuent members of tne
Chamber of Commerce. Certain directors
undertook to make collection or dues rrom
certain members and other claims were
referred to ihe membership committee.
"COWBOY PREACHER" COMING.
Pastor Mllllcan Accepts imitation lo Daltver
Invocation for Cattlemen.
Yesterday the Chamber or Commerce was
In receipt of ah acceptance from Rev. L. R.
Mllllcan of Allamore Texas of the Invita-
tion extended to hlrn to come to El Paso
and deliver the invocation upon the as-
sembling of the Panhandle southwettem
stockmen's association annual convention
in this city on March i 3 and 1.
Rev. Mllllcan has sometimes been termed
the "Cowboy Preacher of west Texaa." He
is well known and popular among the
cattlemen and hla selection to Invoke di
vine blessing upon the big convention is
regarded aa peculiarly a happy one.
CANADIAN DAMAGE SUIT.
Testimony Given la Claim Against Collier
ror Sinking Empress ot Ireland.
By the AuoHotrd Pre
Washington Feb. ia. Income from farm
prodiina and rrnp-ahare reñíala must be
included In tax returns or income for the
yoar in which they are sold for tnouey
or a money equivalent according to a
decision made public today by tbe coin
mtaslonor or Internal Revenue Utbora.
When farm products are held for foreign
marketa no deduction on account of shrink-
age In wheat or physical value or loaaes by
deterioration will be allowed.
Coat or siork purchased for resale Is an
allowable deduction but thai of stock for
breeding purposes la regarded aa capital
inveaied and not aa an allowable deduction
except when uch stock dies of disease or
Is destroyed without reparltlon by order
of stato or ' federal authorities. Cost or
loolt may be deducted but not that of rarm
A "reasonable allowance for depreciation"
will bo allowed on rarm buildings other
than the owner's dwelling on farm ma-
chinery and other physical property.
A person cultivating or operating a rami
for recreation or pleasure on a batts other
man the recognized principles or commer
cial rarming the reault of wbleh la a con-
tinual lpaa the decision adds "la not re
garded as a farmer. In such cases ir the
expenses Incurred In connection wiih the
rarm are In exceaa of the recelpta there-
rrom the entire receipts from tale of
products may he ignored In rendering a
return or income; and the expensea In
curred being regarded as personal ex
penses will not constitute allowable? deduc
tions in ihe return of income derived rrom
Thrift grows so the
start is worth while if only
a matter of small change.
For your help enlist the
For Sale Cheap
Two hash grada National Cash
Registers. Apply and aee Base-
ment Boston Store. 31 E. Overland
St. Ej Paao. '
AN EASY WAY
TO GET RID OF
Balhe your Tart ror several minutes with
rsslnol soap and hoi waier iben apply s
IlttlO realnol ointment very gently. Let
this stay on ten minutes and wash nrr
with realnol soap and more hot wtr
finishing wiih a daah ot cold water ' to
close the poret. Do this once or twice a
day. and you will be astonished to find
how quickly the healing realnol medication
soothes and cleanses the pores removei
plmplea and blackheads and leaves the
complexion clear anil velvety.
Reslnol ointment and realnol aoap stop
Itching instantly and speedily heal skin
humors sores burns wounds and char-
ing. Sold by all druggists. For fre
trial size. WTlte Dept. 7-R Reslnol Haiti -
O-CEDAR MOPS; regular $1.80 value $1.00
MEDICINE CABINETS; regular $2.00 value $1.00
FOLDING NURSERY CHAIRS; regular $2.00 value. .$1.00
15 FT. GARDEN HOSE; regular $2.00 value $1.00
NEW FURNITURE EXCHANGED FOR OLD.
WESTERN FURNITURE CO.
Opposite the Grecian Theater.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY."
OoasuatiaeJon III CSSJJI
We pay highest prices on federal and
City National Bank Building. Room 106.
Dr. Ebert Dentist. Iie-tis Mills Bidg.
Longweii'i Taaao Lavender Line cent
cart taxlcabs. limousines and auto bag-
gage trucks give beat aarvlea day or
nlgbL Phono I.
Son nf the Rrvnliitlna
Wl meet at the state national Bank at
!i30w.vm- t0lUy 0 consider celebrating
Need Glasses? Ask sega 101 Texaa Si.
near Oregon. Katahllahed 01.
Illinois Deadlock Broken.
By tA taséis fad Press
Springrieid ill.. Feb. to -David i: snan
nn for many vears h memhnr nf ih
Illinois legislature was eltelad speaker or
ucr Hini- cicjuse nere looty arter a deucl-
loek lasting alx weeks.
Aa lo the conflict between "wnt" met
"dry" forces to which tha deadlock waa
in part attributed ho expreseed a dealrs
to ae the Ittue fought out on the floor
oi me astemniy. mañanan la an avowed
"wet" and représenla a Chicago dlatrlct
in the Union stockyards.
Try. the new Os-Apla Bar. Ton get tnt
oatt t F. Kelsh prep.
question of currents In the St. Lawrence
river occupied most oi mo nine uiusy in
ihe (rial In the admiralty court ror tne
3.000000 damage suit brought by Ihe
Canadian Pacific railway owners of tha
steamer Empress or Ireland wnini was
sunk In ihe St. Lawrence last year after a
collision with the collier Storstad against
tbe ownera of the collier. More than 900
pariorii were drowned when iho Empress
went down and relatives of those who lost
tholr lives are represented in court by
The railway company Introduced testi
mony today tending to show thai an up-
current uaused the uphound etoralad to
ram Ilia Empresa which was bound down
stream' notn vessels supposedly Having
been standing still in the rog Just before
tho collision. One wllnett teitlfled he
round at certain ilmog or tide a decided
up current where tha chsrt Indicated a
Tho railway rinlsheri Its aide or the case
today with the tetllmony of Pilot Bernlcr.
who had chingo of the Emprau between
Quebec and Father Point. Bemler declared
he was positive the l.mpress' steering; gesr
was working well an the night of the disaster.
ITALIAN FLOOD CONDITIONS
Decrease In Ihe Rainfall Has Somewhat lm-
uroved tne situation.
Bv the Attociattd Prett
Home raw ih.- wiui a decrease in tne
ralnrall. the flood conditions reuniting rrom
tne Ttuer overnowing us nangt were
somewhat belter today than yeaterday al-
though the river la at 111 booming along out
or Us course and inundating varluua sec-
tions of the cliy and country.
Hesrue work Is still proceeding by means
of boats lb which persons In Inundated
nouses arc being moved and rood is using
taken to those whose situation is not re-
garded as slsrmlng.
The morgue boat while transporting
bodies to a point from which lhay could
bs conveyed to tbe cemetery capsized to-
day and the caskets containing Die bodies
rloatc-d away. All the men on the boat
Under the direction or military engineers
a large number or workmen are engaged
In freeing the embankment below the
casilo balnt Angelo from the weight (
water to prevent tla collapse.
From the heights around Rome the coun-
try about as far aa the sea teems like a
Kurcestlon or lakes in the. midst of which
trees arc growing.
DR. cam f.hon Dentlat. sot nob. -Ban. bldg.
Woman Denis vote.
Ru the Aatociafeil Prett
Pierre S. D. Feb. 16 By a voj of Í4
is. me mum asnsis tonigm rejected ins
Din recently pausen Dy tlio house or rep
resentatives granting to women or South
Dakota the right lo vote on municipal Is-
míos and for alate and county ofricers not
numen in inn constitution aa "conttnu
Dutch lunchsg hot luncbei. udwettar.
AnaUiar Italian Earthquake.
Bu the acolo led Praaa
Home Feb. li.Another earthquake in
ins province oi Aquua lonty uaraagen uicmy
homes rendering a number of them clan-
Koruus for habitation. The population
greatly alarmad ha even abandoned the
unqunanq nousea rearing another cataa
Full-Worth Flooring ft g1K and ll.ts.
per roll. Burton-Lingo Co. Ph. ao.
Ths awellest oar in town rtaest goods
at lbs Oem.
Many Criminals la Ckleags.
By the Xttoclated Prett
Chicago Feb. 16. Sharp comment on
crime conditions In Chicago together with
the assertion that there are mnra ihan
I ooo criminals In the. city waa made to-
tlay In a report of the crime committee
of ihe city council.
The repoct declared that many pro-
riotilonaj crimínala escaped th psnaltle of
Iho law and that poor and petty criminals
were frequently punished more heavily than
Dr. Jamlseon masses of kidney blad-
der sklu and rectum. 611 ajtlla Bids;.
Raoaevrll aa Witness.
Hi' th .litneiated Prett
Wheeling W. Va. Feb. 16 Announce-
ment that formar Prtaldtnt Theodora
lioosevelt had been summoned to sppear
before the congressional aub-commlitee
investigating charges against Fedsrsl Judge
Alston 0. Dayton of the northern district
At Tlh "
viavs in i itty
Will Interest every thrifty woman or man who
reads this "ad." It' not alono tho Popular
Dollar Pries that will attract thronga of cMger
buyers but a comparison of these price quota-
tions will at once show you why it will b
profitable to shop hero on "0O1XAB DAY."'
mt OK IN LINKS OP
1 1 N I V I 1 1 1 1 1 I
WAISTS AND SHIRTS.
Slaes from 84 upward;
values that formerly
sold at from (S.Bfl to
IU V ANY St. M) IHtKss ROODS Oil SILK
TODAY AT A DOLLAR THE YARD
The dreas goods department's first Dollar
Day offering. Select any pisca of silk or
woolen goods an these entire stocks that
reitiilarly sells for $1.50 the yard the price
today Ik tl.00
All new materials and colors are Included.
liROKEN LINES OF
W O M E N'S HIGH
Odds and enda of vari-
ous popular styles in
a wide choice of values
Choice. . .
CREAM Thee uaunl ll.f.O sisé;
CNDEHMl'SLINS to $1 at 91.00
Dollar Day values supremo.
Oowns Princess Slips ' Petti-
coats Combination Drawers and
Corset Covers slight- f1 AA
ly mussed. Choleo . . . P 1 tWW
never buen sold at this
Fall) IT OP THE LOOM Ml
LIN Dollar Day Spe
cial 13 yards for.
Dollnr Dny & 1 AA
for. . tP&.UU
18x114 HEMMED TURKISH
TOWELS Dollar Dny Special;
FANCY SILK RIBBONS All
colors widths and combimt-
Hons; value to
.1.R0 yard. . .
CREPE DE CHINE CAMT-
Chooao from those extra special
values in our $1.65 assortment;
a wonderful choice of beautiful
styles luco trlmmod.
WOM EN'S ITALIAN SILK
VESTS Kleah or white $1.60
values. Dollar Day
WOMEN'S SILK LISLE HOSE
60c quality hlnck while tan.
Dollar Day Special A
3 pairs for M.UU
WOMEN'S PURB LINEN
MDK'S Emb'd or Initialed. 2S
styles. Dollar Day
Special 6 for
ALL LINEN TABLE DAMASK
72 Ineheswlde heavy satin fin
ish; regularly Bold ut $1.25 nnd
$1.35 yard. Dollar
Day Special yard. . .
2JxTi MERCERIZED NAP
KINS Regular price $l.f0 doz
en. Dollar Day Spe
BOYS' SPECIAL $1.00
Corduroy Trounent 7 to 17
An excellent gtade regit
lurly Hold ut $1.50 the pair
OLIVER TWIST WASH
si its. a to 0 yparx.
sll. (lit AND MIDDY
WASH SLITS a to 7 yrs.
offorod In solid colors and
in comblnatlona of colors.
With contrasting trim
Choice. . .
PARISIAN IVORY TOILET
Hi it ll-.s "Seconds" Uriish-
es Mirrors Puff
ALL LINEN KITCHEN CRASH
Red or blue border excellent
grade regular 16c yard. Dollar
Day Special. 10 f
yards for aPl.UU
12-YARD BOLT CROSS BAR
NAINSOOK Itegiiliirly 13 1-Jo.
W O ME N'S NECK-
WEAR NOVELTIES .
Roll "over collars
gulmpes vesteea etc.
INFANTS' SHORT DRESSES Made of soft Nain-
sook lace trimmed with Insertion to d a aa
mataíi; regularly 60c and 65c 3 for.'. ayAewil
CHILDREN'S TAILLEVRKD DRESSES Eh-
tlroly now models In tan brown Copen light
blue pink and white 1 to & year.
Dollar Day Spaolal eholoe
MEN'S ONYX SILK HOSE Block tan.
colors. Dollnr Day Special 3 pair
KID GLOVES ....
Two-clasp black tan
white. Dollar (Ift
Day Special. Pl.vW
or Weit Virginia waa made late today by
United Hiatos Marshal Kclwarrt Smith.
Judge Hayton was appointed lo the fed-
eral bench in 1805 by Colonel Hooaevli
who la expected to appear Thursday al a
session of the committee to bo held In
Dr. Anna ileum. Buckler Bldg. ovar Elite.
Dr. Pagol. Demist nob. -Ban. Bldg.
Dr. Thompson W. Grace ha resumed hi
practica at M and 11 Milla building.
Or. Deady III Mill Bldg. phone S9?L
ipse. Mtentlon Diseases or women; surgery.
Loagweira Tang Lavender Line auto
bagage trucks are always rm timeday
and night service. Phone 1.
DR. SAMPLE dentist 3l-?t Mills.
READ THE DOLLAR DAY Alls. PROGRES-
SIVE MERCHANT!) ARE OFFERING SHEdll.
IHsjrused Call) Slaughtered.
Bv the Attoeiattd frets
Albany N. Y. Feb. IS. A large number
fif dlaeased cattle are slaughtered and tlielr
meat sold In New York II wus alleged to-
day In Ihe report or a rutrimlasiori appoint-
ed by runner uovernor niynu lo inveatl-
gate bovine luberculoali. Thtt condition
tho report saya is duo to the ract thai
ingpscuoR or meau
Hiero la no stale
la your butlneat represented In "El Pasa
business Firms From 'A to IV ir not
rail uiftu and ttk ror particulars.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEMORALIZED)
Meeting of International Hankers May Be
Held lo lontioer situation.
By the Attociated.P rut
flew York. Feb. iti Demoraiitatiori in
the rorelgn exchange markets haa arreciad
tin large financial Intereais to sucb an eg-ti-iit
in the uplnlon exprested unity by
qualified authorities meeting of inter-
national bankers may soon be railed in
adjust existing abnormal conditions. Sight
drarts on l.cndun sold down to iv per
pound sterling today the lowest quotation
In a generation but recovered berore tne
end or the market aeulon. The drop in
exchange wa rollowed by announcement
of another small importation of gold.
$SOU.O0O. that amount having been re-
leased by the Bank of Lugland from the
largt sum now held to lis credit in Otta-
wa Exchange between New York and moat
parts or continental Europe while lets un-
áettled than (t London alto pointed to
acute strain. Francs rcichinarkt and lire-
were quoled at increased discounts by
local dentera while some or the more con-
servative banks and banking bouses de-
clined lo engaga In any aciual tranactlons.
Investigation al F.daral Judge.
Bu the AitQoMtd Pr
Wheel ng W. Va. Feb. la. That Federal
Judge Alston tr. Dayton of the northern di
irlct or Waal Virginia was prejudiced
against labor union waa the burden or
most or the testimony haard loday by the
congressional sub commltteo investigating
ensrgea again tt lb Jurttt. The tudden
resignation or Judge John Jackson Judge
Dayton's predecessor wat alto touched
apon by wiuietaea. tha moil oi whom were
members of labor union.
Judge Dayton's alleged connection wiih
tbe Kedeial Carbon company was alto
brought before las couuaitlee.
Central Labor Union
Places Ban on Cat-
tlemen 's Conven-
Inasmuch as the Program for the Cattlemen's
Convention is to be printed by a concern
which has no authority to use the union label
we CANNOT ENDORSE the same.
CHAS. I-f. SMITH Pre
E. D. SKINNER Sec.
Central Labor Union
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL. ISfll.
CAPITAL SUHPLUB AND PROFIT.
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
C. R. MORBHEAD President
C.N. BA88BTT. Vice-President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN Vlce-Frea.
OEORQB D. FLORY. Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST. Asst. Cashier.
Notice to the Public
The program for the Cattle-
men's Convention in which
advertising is being solicited
has not been endorsed by
the Ad Club.
The El Paso Ad Club
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