El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, April 16, 1915 Page: 4 of 16
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) A. R. K. Co.. 11 J
Hiere is a considerable lot of noise being made over
our Spring displays of smart raits.
But we aren't making it our Customers are; expres-
sions of pleasure and satisfaction are as common as
Frankly we do not remember having gathered so
smart an exhibit before.
Goes almost without saying that the collection
18 $20 $26 and up to $40
Absolutely pure wool and London shrunk.
WOMEN SHOULD BE
ALLOWED TO VOTE
MRilM. Ml'. I Ml M M ll IN I Mllt O
Sl'FFRAUK BY ATTORNKV
R. f Bl'RiiCH.
At MM 1 Irst Christian church last evening
Hon Hlrhard F. Surges delivered an inter
esting scholarly and thoughtful addrrs in
advocacy ft.' woman' urrragf. He spoke
under Hie suspire of Ihe Kl lao l.qiiat
Mirfra"' league nie church wait com-
fortably rilled with spectators Including
In their number litany men aa well aa lh
fairer and Rentier art. who wore uul in
full force llie member of the league wcar-
liiar ihe white and yellow hadaba which
have iM-eu adopted aa their official colora.
Mr- B J. Kitincll. vire pre .1. lent of the
leairue. presided and Introduced MaDbl Mar
lin Zielonka who In turn IMMhM Mr
Burgee In a rrw complimentary WDrda.
Preiiirls Woman's Suftrage.
Mr. Burges' argument throughout in a
logical arirumi iiuiive and cloaely con
nected .it-.. mi-. He appealed the cause
ol woman'! suffrage in the calm anil ill
passionate consideration of the men of
Tesas and predicted the triumph of the
cause at no distant date. At Auatin he
aid. during the recent session or Ihe Tetaa
lealslaturr 91 voles were cast In favor of
ruari -! of the equal suffrage Mil and
S3 against . ""ineur-fnur vole were needed
to engrasa the bill which failed by thl
EL PASO -MORNING TIMES
ism. mtmu. vw w.ainrxr sr
tAmm tuéttm téSxoin-
tfuiw (eraser Preside! el mria Baft Womrn
Valed Against AMI-ProSjIhltlofl
At Id nSMJslasllc meeting of the 1 Paso
Rcnial Burrrac league held yesterday arter-
nooo In the parlors of Hotel orndorfr Mrs.
S. I. FeoeeB vie president of Ike league.
elected a delegate ai large an.l Mrs.
A. F. Slavers rnd Miss irte V. I.ogan.
delegates representing Ole league to the
male Muffrage I eague convention to be held
SI flslveston during the second week of
tilts Ruth Aiigur presided at the meeting
In the abasare of the president and vira
presidenta anil considerable business of A
routine nature was disposed of.
us account of tier intended departure for
' sllfornla. wnere slie III make an extended
'av. Mrs. I.. K I nderhlll Ihe parliamen-
tarian of Ihe .league submitted Tier reslg
nation. The league refused to receive It
snd instead It was announced that at some
subsequent meeting a parliamentarian pro
tetn would be chosen to act during the ab-
sence. of Mn. rmlrrhill. and the latter led
in the. regular parliamentary drill and
Mra. Dan M. Jackson gave an Interesting
talk concerning the work of the state Suf-
frage organisation of ' alifornla. mentioning
a number of reforma which the aaaoclatlon
was striving to secure through leglslstive
ensriment. Among these reforms was pro
vision for the creation or a functionary to
he known as a "school visitor" to be at-
tached In Ihe various Schools and visit the
homes of in.- school patrons snd son that
home environment of Ihe rhlld Is conducive
and salutory. It was especially intended
that these officers should visit homes
virtiere the parents of children are foreifn-
"íra. W. o. Bansnmcr also made a talk In
furihcr etplanailon of thla matter and read
the program of reforma favored by the
Women Against Prohibition.
Mrs. M. A. Wells rortnerly a resident or
aliforme mad a talk In which she ex-
plained why so many or the women voters
of california voted the anil prohibition
ticket last year and were really the mean
of Ihe stale remaining In the antl column
she said that the failure or the orange
eron for a oerlod lit sevecal years had
rlosa margin lie mentioned the strides
made by the movement in other states or
Hie i and lis progress abroad. Norway
he aald granted equal surrrsge to men and
women and In ureal Britain women are
permuted to vole In all municipal election
Horning to home conditions he said that
the women or Kl Paao own one-ninth or
ihe lavable values of the city and they
accordingly pay one-ninth of the taxes. Yet
In the mailer of a bond issue or other
public disbursement of the tax money
these women had no voire and this waa
unjust. He ridiculed ihe contention that
ihe exercise of suffrage would tend In
any wise to degrada women or to detemln-
Ise them such had not been the effect or
the law In ihoae slates where equal suffrage
Bui one Areuneral.
Ho aald that the most powerful argument
againal remain suffrage ir well founded
would be the charge that It would entail
domestic Infelicity. The question waa one
fr fact rather than or theory and did not
appear that ihe facta bore out any auch
enntemion. He quoted certain utterances
or John Stuart Mill of :arlyie and or
Thomas Jeff. 1 -..n as applicable in the equal
suffrage proposition though not directly
addressed to or occasioned by that ques-
At the close of bla address Mrs. Fennell
announced that a debate on the suffrage
question would be held In the near future
and that Judge lian M. Jackson and tr. C.
1:. Young would be pillad asalnal Half Bor-
der and tlunthcr Leasing In handling re-
spectively the affirmative and the negative
or the proposition Also a women mem-
ber for each debating team v. -II be chosen.
ised great ecopomn depression and that
prohibition hail been voted on Ion or
destrovlng Ihe great viticultura!.. In
dustry or the sute. It would hav spelled
economic ruin for California. For this
reason many women voted "' who
would otherwise have voted "dry Women
she declared were the unalterable foes or
ihe liquor traffic and the women of 1 ali-
fornla. under more auspicious cunri Hons
still hope to place the Golden State In the
tractive1" badges of yellow and white
were distributed among the members anil
were worn at the suffrage lecture by Hon.
It. F. Burgea last even'ng.
Carload of Dining Tablea
received today any finish. tTo.So up.
Chas. Foutx the Furniture Man. 111 S
Mantón - Adv.
our buttermilk la smooth aa velvet aa
food a cream and far more digestible 1:1
Paao Dairy Co. (Advertisement.)
$30.00 Scrip Books for $25 .00.
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As the warm days approach the desire for some-
thing cool and refreshing increases. Sherbet is al-
ways a welcome dessert.
We are just in receipt of a shipment of luscious
Island brand Pineapple suitable for Shexbets eal-
Tías. . . .
MOCK TRIAL HELD
BY ROTARY CLUB
THF.ASON AND FINF.ll BV JAwF.S
A. mm. in
Charged with high treason and vaimus
oilier crimes ami nii-ucinca a mi --
ing out of the allegation charged in tne ra
dictmeiit that he failed anil refused to ad
dreas the Rotary club. Ben I.. Clements was
yesterday noon duly tried and convicted by
the liotarlans In regular weekly session at
the grill room or the itotei suiemou.
The Jury was composed of the club as I
v.nl.. ulih Janus A. Wrlirlll as llldgc. A
K. Howlands as prosecuting attorney and
J. H. Segall aa counsel for the defense. The
trial oroeeeileil. notu III -landing the
satire of th defendant. The Jury returned
a verdict of guilty under Instructions of the
court. The fine was assessed at II .10.
hi... or the members suggested that the
court conducted Ihe case rather too much
along the lines laid down by the Hon. Roy
tieaii He was lirotiiiiilv fined for con
temnt. the cirtirt threatening to fine the
entire club If hla rulings In the matter
were even questioned.
The trial waa of course In lighter vein
and afforded much amusement
H Tl. MeOlintork told the Hotarlans how
he went to Detroit. Mich last week and
captured for tl Paso the toll! convention
nf Int tiuldoor Advertising Association of
America Ills address was similar to B
talk hn made the day previous to the Ad-
elnh. eirept that he told the Rolarlana
uboiit a Koiary luncheon he had attended
at In-trim and or the way the Bolarlans
of thai city conducted their large and
Mr. Barclay or St. Louis vice president
of the Simmon Hardware company an old
friend and guest or President c.lalborae
Adams made a talk roinjiliinentary to El
raso and El Pascana. He also told a num-
ber or runny stories that provoked groat
applause nevera! other short talks were
nude by Robert Krakauer Mr. i nrri.nl. or
Denver and others
Prior Vi adjournment Hon Tom l ea. the
mayor-elect or I I Paso wag unanimously
elected an honorary member or the club.
VISIT ft PASO
APffMtX MATCL Y SB) VIIT
Extra loache. At
nrntal Trains. Vial I era Saewa njm
TO START TRIAL
OF CLARE ROGERS
fnHMi.it rotsTorrnx clerk will face
I ULV t HARUK IN TUL FM-
ERAL C0 ST
Judge Henry D. Clayton nt the I Blktd
stales district court for Um western district
of Texaa. wtU charts) the. Jury In the caae
status! Jobo ' May s. II. titration and m
Hart ah r turfed with using the tailed
t-iaie malla In a sens roe to defraud. Uaia
ntornlaa" al at o clock Argumenta and
tat last of Use testimony In the caae ware
heard yeatarday an mural
As soon aa the May Jury baa retired
Judge layan 111 rail a jury lor the trial
of Clare L. Roger. who I alleged to have
itjtiiil 1 from that tailed Make avail
eatjlie he was a trk the El Paao puei-
oCb e. free pactas eeoiainlng ajut0 each
il la aiparkid that the proaecuttaa wilt
base opened It aula agaiusi Roger by
not o at a UNse an. .
There were no ladoine-eis relumed hy
uat Brand Jury last vtag II I now
praateiad In law court a halls that the final
ñ-tweet) im and ana eastern tourist )
posilHtfi ai )n mego i
rail forma. atm over ka
Paao every day according to atatlstirs fur-
isned a Horning rimea reporter yesteroay
y W. R. Martin upertniendent ol th
union tallón and Andrew W Reeve -re1r
of th i handier of Commerce Three
tourists are showed the usual ten rty stop
aver In this etty and they spend rrum
one to five days viewing the many inter
eting sights font the Rio (Iraade
ft Is conservatively eeirniafd that each
tonrist spends from SI to 110 every day
during his stovover In El Paao Thu th
merchants and other business men of the
IV ejenvr approximaieiy i.aou per nay
rrum the ct position asurlsi. with the ap-
proach of summer travel on the transconti-
nental Hoes running to the Parirle coeet
through El i'aso the gatewav or the south-
em route Is Increasing rapidly and It la
believed lhat within Ihe neit few weeks
rom yMi pi mo tourist will stop over In
fill city en route to Use two california
Advertising El Paao.
Railroad ofrirlala estimate that there are
'in v mo tourist now traveling each day
through El Pese en route to sunny Cal-
ifornia. Of thl number leas than half
stop over here. Rut with the Chamber M
Commerce the Adclub and other organisa
tion conducting extensive publicity cam
palftia In the eagt telling the eastern tonr
tne many interesting s rhts to ee
along the border. It la cxpeeted that soon
more than half of the transcontinental
tourists will atop here.
rxtra standard Pullman and tonrist
roaches an: being attached to all the trans
roniinrntaJ train that run through to th
coast Prom five to seven eitra coaches
have been attached to some of the southern
Pacirie and Rock Island lines to arrommo-
the extra travel.
Many lateraaUaf Hlfbts
mere aro many interesting sights to be
seen in El Paao End across the river In
ancient Juarei. Tourists marvel at the dif-
ference m the two rules. To cross the
international bridge Is taking a step of a
century back In the progress civilisation
has made In the way or modern Inventions
and lofty buildings. Juarex Is a city of
-mili adobe but muddy and unaaved
streets while El Paso la a modern ciiv
of lofty buildings paved street and all
modern conveniences to be found In the
lrger metropolitan cities of the east
Tourlsta buy manv different souvenirs
and relic during their visit to this clly.
Arriving at tne union depol they view the
rlly la alghl-seelng and touring cars. Il
requires several days to view all the Inter-
esting sights In EI Paso and Jiurn m.i
for thla reason a majority of the tourists
peno several uays nere. Hotel proprietors
announce that they are enjoying double the
amount or tourist trade that they did the
same period ol I0U.
Among the novelties purchased hv the
eastern tourist during their (lay here are
'"J" ."sirau uianxeis drawn work
Indian pottery and beads carved cane
made by the Indiana or Southern Meiico
statues of border characters ami .mr. r
other articles which will recall their vim
nere in years to come. The curto dealers
announce that they are enjoying the bet
business they have had In many years
Taxlcab companies hotels and the depart'
mem stores are all enjoying the benefit
or the tourlsta who stop over en route to
the California expositions.
IN THE COURTS.
Court of Civil Aaaeala.
(Honorable Jgme R. Harper chief Justice;
iiviwiiiiiF!) r. r. vv aunan ana r. t.
lils-siii-. associate Justices.)
American national Insurance Co va Une
ace Wilson from Harris appellant's motion
for leave to file brief; appellee's mutton
iu siriae out Drier.
Ualveslon. Ilarrlsburg A San Antonio Ry
Co. vs. a. C. earmark from Brewster; ap
jieiiant s motion for a renearmg and to
M. H. Gaasawa.v el al vs. W. H. Brownln
Jr. et al from Ector appellant' motion
lor a renearmg
Oreater Houston Suburban Corn. va. Du
puy k Mullan from Harris agreed motion
Millions fur Rehearing Overruled.
Oalvealon Harrlaburg A San Antonio Ry
Co. vs. C. A. cralghead. from Presidio.
Texas A Parirte Ry. Co. vs. Martin Bros.
H. T. Hodge va. Toyah Valley Irr. Co.
i ico. W. Clojrd va. T. A. Sacra from Mid
W. C. Halbert v. Toyah Valley Bank from
Nam llollowty et al v. Mary L. Purlng
ton. frcjm Pecos
tithe r Holloa Overruled.
Galveston. Ilarrlsburg A San Antonio Ry.
co. vs. c. ix. i.raigneaa. irom rreatoto ap
pellae's motion for oral argument on mo
tmu for reheating.
H. T. Hodge v. Toyah Irrigation Co
from Heeva. appellee's motion to certify.
Royal Indemnity Co. va T. B Okaaakl.
from Harria agreed motion to postpone
VI el Inns (.rallied
i it'o. K. Itarslow el al vs. Ward County
Irrigation list. No. I. rrum Ward apper
lanls' motion to advance; set for April 15th
H. R. Russell v. Ame r n-an National Bank
et al rrum Harnt agreed mutton to dli
National Surety Co. vs. Hllberberg Bros.
rrom ti paso.
i mted stale A Mexican Trust Co. va
W. L. Austin rrom Peco.
Cnnanhdaled Kansas Cltr Smelling at Re
nmiig Co. vs. oenevlevc Schulte from El
tnnsvl aad flaaiadra
S B. Ilovey al al v. J. W. Weaver from
S. B. Hovey al al v. A. J William freaa
Uso. E Baratow et al vs. Ward County
Irr Dial. No. I. from vvera
American National Insurance Oo. va Nor
Ivon f com Harria.
i v Bcown aa. Southern lies t (leso
Une Ingina Co. rrom Harris
W. B Kordlran el al vs. W. B. cunnlug
ham from Ward.
American ConatruauoB Cat. va. R klaiai
ei al. from Harria.
Houston last A Wast Teas Ry. Co. va
Houston PachlBaT Co. rrom Harria.
Houston East A West Tesas Ry. Co. v
M.mataa. Heeklaut Co.. fro Harria.
Houston Belt A terminal hy Co. va.
' '".'thrntsarar SAaakm Entine at al
v J J. Rlrtolaatt et al.troai Harris
the llverpooL lsbposj. uo inrorawoi
Co v. J. E. Leaiar at al. fraan JUrru
ii. vai indemnity Ca. vs. T. B. Okasakt
from Harris. . . .. .
I. L. aturdevant va. TRoa. Eelvey. froa
oreater Haastoa BVMliwext ira va uu
report fraaxi taw body will have beau coas
saw eat and will be preteawd today wtti
Bat km I linBiltsinl
TetwMway Rss Sieral 1st th t ailed ttAW
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Purgasen laxative and Purgan. ajrrup.
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TRI STATE TALKING MACHINE CO.
Corner Texas and Stanton Streets.
har. la a visitor to tbe city sttsadtag toe
court of civil appeals.
Vailed Slates III strict Caurt.
(Henry D. Clayton Judge.)
The united states vs. John f May. s. U.
Stratlon and M. ilarrah using the I mted
stales malls to scheme to defraud; on trial.
TMrty-Fourlfc District Caurt.
(Dan m Jackson. Judge.)
John B. Crane vs. Atchison. Topeka A
Santa Fe railroad trt.MM personal damages
Ktnal Llllell vs. El Paso A Southwestern
railway IIS.MO personal damages on trial.
rirst hi sir id Court.
ft. price judge.)
J. E. orrila v. J. K. Oarrett et al ac-
counting. t0fJ0; riled
Ciiiuily or El I'aso vs.' Turney A Btirtess.
to recovar a000; niea.
Laiuar Davis vs. K. 8. Newman et al. suit
to try title; on trial.
Slxly-riftfe District Caurt.
(Ballard ColUwoll Judge.)
Bush Clay Products company vs. inter-
national Brick company damages by con-
version I1J0O; Tiled.
Stale of Texas vs. Gregario Ornelas and
Jose Floras burglary defendania found
i t.v Csart
(Adrian Pool. Judge.)
State of Texas vs. carlo Taróla selling
liquor on election day; filad.
State of Texas vs. Ernesto Martines sail-
ing liquor on election day; filed.
State of Texas vs. Dlonecki Rumalala
selling liquor on election day; riled.
Stale of Texas v. Jesus Telle inert;
(James at. Heaver Judge.)
Stale i f Taxes vs. Rofuglo uoe alia He
rugió Fuentes disturbing tbe peace; finad
II and rt.
8 tata of Tasa vs. sutuel Oonxalei hora
state or Texas vs. Julian Lopex burglary
held-to grand Jury la tsou bail
laieft; dismissed on motion or county at-
torney. state or Texas vs. crux Martines criminal
assault; dismissed on motion of county at-
torney. (Jtme J. Murphy. Judgr.)
J. It Bttuer vs. G. H. A S. A. Hy. suit
for Jxn.agcs; riled.
CsrlaaB el xMalag Tahles
received today any finish. lu.ro up.
Chss. r'ouu. the Furniture Man. IIS .1.
si I lit vi ABC PLEA BSD.
Will Wllawsa "Malta at I lowers" at Baa
Antéala aa April 3.
Hy Tim e Mpectai forrrtpondrni
tntvertlty Station Texas April It.
The invitation of Ihe San Antonio onamber
or i.'ommerce to attend the "Batttn or Flow-
er" oo Friday April Si was enthusiasti-
cally accepted by the students' association
of the University or Texas at a mass meet-
ing In the. auditorium. A committee con-
sisting or A. Carlton H. baker and Tes
Rrury was appointed to conrrr with presi-
dent Battle in an attempt to have the ora
set salda as a holiday instead or tne tist.
It developed during the discussion or the
Imitation from the Chamber or Commerce
that the student body of the university
could be entertained in Ssn Antonio on
Tuesday April su but that Friday would
be th most desirable Say because or the
Hauls or Flowers." The :tll I a legal
holiday but the students In voting to go
lo San Antonio decided to petition President
Battle through ttt committee to chante
the date or the university's holiday.
Presides! Lawbon or the student' as-
sociation staled that tbe railroads would
give the student s special rale or tl 00 lor
the round trip good leaving Austin Friday
morning and returning rrom isa Antonio
before midnight Saturday. A special train
ror the students however will leave Austin
Friday morning and return that sama eve-
Fort Bliss Offers Lads af Amusement far
' CBrle Sam's BsMlers.
Chief Musician Robert Nelson or tne
Twentieth tnranlry band baa prepared a
program of exceptional Interest to be play-
ed in connection with ihe moving picture
show at Fort Bliss tonight. The concert
and movies sre given in ihe open air be-
ginning at 7:30 snd are tree to all. Tne
numbers for tonight arc:
"LA Belle Cubanera" Lake
"The Rose of the Mountain Trail".
Caddlgan and Hrennan
"Vi-ion of Salome" Archibald Joyce
"HA-Za-Za" k. kalinan
"Lucky strike" .f. h. Lasey
The eatertalnraeot plant Is located In tne
Twentieth infantry camp and . affords
amusement to hundreds or soldiers their
ranunes and friends every night.
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