El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 37TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, October 20, 1916 Page: 3 of 20
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1916.
The New Edison
The "Perfect Musical
is on display at the big
show both in the El
Co.'s booth and at that
of the Rogers Furni-
ture Co. where it may
be seen in all its stately
beauty in the very
the most recent arrival
from fashionable New
However it must be HEARD to be appre-
ciated. Hear a demonstration at our booth
or at the New Edison Conservatory comer
North Oregon and Boulevard streets.
El Paso Phonograph Co.
I. W. FOSTER. Manager.
October u. leu. who be took charge. Ha
aatd m pari:
"ItM Betnp personally ramitMr with II
earl) history or tin project. I III ron
fine my remark to the period during
IMch tbe work waa under my directum
elnre October 14 Ittt.
"Al thsl Mme much preliminary work
had been don: construction road liad
been built; the railroad wan In in-ratiou.
and Iba ramps practically completed. Tbr
plant had been arranred lor and lia ersc-
lion nearly . rinlahed. The construction of
Iba flume new the weal end of Uie dam
whlrh wai to carry the flow of water of
the river during the arly stages of con
trurtlon. i well under way.
Hawed la OM I aaanel
"The river wis riowinit in iu old channel
and no e vacation had been done but three
weeka later the flume waa completed and
the river diverted through it Thla waa
accomplished by closing a rap left for the
plirgaes in the upper coffer dam. Kxra-
vatlon waa then atañed anil m le than
alt months. June I itll. to be exact.
ufflclent area of fonodatlon had been r-
I ired to permit of mniuimcing masonry
operatlona. During that lime a large por
Hon of the dam-alt? waa excavated to a
depth of H fbet. From that time on
maaonry and excavation work were carried
'Whatever euccexe wa have had In the
ronatruotton of the Klephant Rutte dam
waa primarily due to an organliatlon and
not to an individual. A spirit 6f friendly
rivalry and Interest wa develop..) among
those In charge of the different features
of the work from the superlnicndent down
ft 8. DKNMS
rlvHi from the land and power resources In I while we rejoice in the ru t that the dam
i omit inai 1111. one great stride in the
progresa or Ihe eaprrTrrUt ha teen made
e sin nl I romtliler it largely a an emolir 1
aic-i.tcnt lo rarry on the good work solve
III. Aeu or Mem. .1 hrl. I.. ... . 1 1 . 1. .
tile vfalon Which Inspired the project. '
I. rill- t el lex Onrncl t'a. I Klrel
nuentallven or the p le not onlv or he Thli completed project In full operation nt(on nmrrm
Mat. but throughout the Mtlon. and the ' nreenl o ihe mind many alluring "nareae.
the West could he devoted to no better pur
pose than that or aiding and sIMIng lrrl
Work Heanred by NmII.hi
II mu -i not tx- r.. 1 1- iii-ii that the dlsposl
lion of the putiiir lainis rests with con
gres anil lint the eoninc. tonal of rep
fact thai the building of una dam has bren "'" iimis i'."' sere or unci uneurpaa
financed In accordance with rederal legisla ' ' ' '! "'"-v. imini me
Hon makes us resine thnl we are a part or ""'"J"-!1 "r ' n r"r
one common country and that this dam !"nirM llJ.'r" n "nur1 ln" v' '"'
atands also as n monument to the unneUlah v"n- '""""'O "r tmUtr will derive
spirit of our eastern brothers. i!1"- mfenance from the foil whlrh lion
Min i vet remano to lie .lone The ilim parcnen am unprnniiriive. ranging
in evi-i. Mill III w tur (JCHO
raira and the waving field or
try rn on. in la
of the Inter-
nls of i .ilx.it
umpletcil anil the waters are l-m
EiundedV A -mill part or the land Is being
rlgated. Yet hundreds or mile of canals
are to be hull). A drainage system must be
constructed. Thousands of aettlera are to
established on the land. New Industries
are to be fostered and new communities
founded ui. urvameii. Some of these
things pi ni serious problem. Millions of I
dollars will be required to build the canals
and -onsirurl the drainage syatem. Tliese
tilings should be done without delay and
tlie future success of the enterprise la de- L
pendent upon the things yet to be done. Tbe I
funds atailalde for tills work under exlat- '
big legislation will noon to exhausted and
!r ihe labors of il- past are to come to .
heir full fruition we should decide m
hat a riirther asjeal ti cungrrss rntltl I"'
made for some tune tbe Interior depart-
ment haa reallied Uie Inadequacy or tto
present provlalona for tbe romidetfon of Ir-
rigation project In oqurse of conMmctlon.
In the rramlng of legllatlón. which haa
will view Ihe deep green of the al
grant. Mosoming orchards will lend en
J. R. CASE
grated to enngrrsa frir Its ronslder-
Ject have always been kept In mind
suggested legislaiion for the dispisliion of
th. roa! lauda the oil land and ror tbe
uiilnatlon of water puwer. provision waa
mide tor the proceeds to In ci imarily
part of (he reclamation fund; but these
proposed measure have not been enacted
ami ir enacted considerable time will elapae
perore we can expeci any large accreuona
from theae xllircea. It is apparent there
Jure ih.it an ipcal must be made to con-
greaa for substantial ld. which shall btr
couir available without great delay. And
From Migraine or
ila exceeding It
t ahorteu life
J. B. Cnao of Ablleno Knnawo lo
Chalrmaar' of IP. ni of Qovernora of
the International Irrigation Congreoa
Dr.J J.OUdwellaaya that thla
distressing aiaooao a oes not
ttui aofi not appear 10 do oq
lo Uie loweat sub rm-eman. and in many
case ii i. spirit was tranemltted to the
Holly Reporto Reoulred
"Dally reporta or all operations show-
ing the work arcoinplleh'd by ever) gang
on the job were required. Theae results
were tabulated potted In conaplruuus
placea and coplea riven to those most In
leretted. Cual reporta ware gotlen out
oyery to daya. Theae showed a compari-
son with costs to date and were rreely
iDaruaged with the foremen with tbe idea
or ascertaining where economies could be
eirected with the object or atlll furUier
reducing Ihe unit eoata. The men were
taken into our confidence and were eon-
aldrrd partnera In the enterprise. They
i felt the reaponalbllrty and wiUi this reel
Ing men miereat waa aroused and held.
it waa principally nua to ine ro operation
loyalty and Interest of all concerned that
We wre able to complete tlie Klephanl
Butte dam atoad or tto arlieduled Ume
and well tumi the eatlmatrd cost not
withstanding tto fact that the estimated
iiuamitira were exceeded (at leaal to par
Never In H'aat of Puoda.
I "I muat not neglect to aay that we war
Í materially aided by tto department the
reerruvy oi uie uucrior and the rirtt aa-
sisaant secretary tto director and tto
1 1 liter engineer Of tto reclamation service
and later tto reclamation commission. At
no nine were we In want of rumia; not
nly were ttoy (neroualy allotted but
a: uraeea ware given aurrirlrnil) In ad
I vanee b enable ua to plan Ihe work to
' Ihe beat advantage The supervising and
I I onaulllug engineer were aleo of great
I usaistanre in advlelng and aiding Ui rrom
their extenalve experience.
"Another factor that rontclbiiteii largely
to i lie aucceaa of our coruurm tiori work
waa the attitude of tto water users Ttoy
frequently visited tto dam and mcir appar-
ent appreciation or our errnru to puah
Uie work with proper regard ror economy
and quality haa done more than they know
to spur those m charge to greater error n
"1 hope that the exercises here today
on tbe I will mark a new epoch In the Rio Orandn
Arthur Hookor of Spokane Waan.
la Secretary International Irrigation
eilckaen. Oaliromia. Iliirn Johnson. Mortli
'an Una: Waller Mark. JWth rkrollna.
Andrew Welch Manrhueti; i. II l.ula.
Ohio; w. H. Kccles and W. n. Merce New
Mexico; j. t. Fealmap. Plalnvlew TeiM;
i:aptaln J. B. Mallow NorUi i.aroHna; Oeo.
K johntton. Mebraaki; Bam M. nnton.
li n ten Arthur Hooker aecretary Inter-
national Irrigation rnngreae: Oeorge II.
i:lemenis Rt I's. i hamber of Commerce.
Hoy Riley. Iloilglas.
W. H. Wylle. ixiuglaa. V. P. Odonl Art
zona captain J. M. Hob-rlvm. North Dai
o Una. I leiiienant w W Peine North i lan-
olina W. F. Shaw. Mmcedea. Texas; '.ap-
ta in w E. Proaaor. II. H. elgnal troops.
William F.lrhbaiim. Dotlglag; Claude B.
Person. Arlíona I. "K flerretl. Colorado;
John r. noane Maaeachuaetts; W. R. F.I
llott. Arltona; captain W A March. FVnn
aytvanla; Albert K. Khler Oregon; A. :.
Love College Stallon. Texas
Jay Turley. aula Fe. V V.; Oro McDer-
nuth. F.I Paso; W. Y. Kites. F.I Paao; olaa
Turner. Alpine. Texas; T. I. Porrtor Rl
Paao; Warren W. Myers. Upland Ral.; An-
drew klmbaJI. Tnatctor Arix.; A. P. Mavis.
Waahlngton n. C director and rhlef en-
gineer reclamation service. F.dward B. Tay-
lor dlablct counael United HUlft reclama
Uon service and Mra. Taylor! Portland
ore.; Mr. K. I. Mlllenaon fenver; Judge
Will R. king chirr eounsrl United Sitae
reclainaUon aervlce and former Justice of
supreme court Waahlngton D. C Dr. Ida
Blahop. I.I Paao; Mra. i. II. Hlrt Kl Paao;
Mlaa T. R Alex attorney. United States
ri-clamatlon ervlcc los Angeles Cal.; Mra.
lark M. Cart Albuquerque; S. H. Marshall
rima. Arli. . John Becker Balan N. M . Mías
Mella Crane. Albuquerque; J. P. Crenshaw.
El Paao; A Courcheane. El Paao; I.. C
Hnow Thatrber. ArlX.1 Mlaa Virginia Carr.
Albuquerque; O. M. Powell. Albuquerque;
Menr Hailsum. Kl Paso; cole Hallatun. Mag
dalene N A. M. Martlnei. Fl PaaO; Mr.
B M. Brumier. Kl Paao; Oeorge A. Hodgreon
itreeley. Colo.; J. C. Maule and Mra. Magia.
Aiiaun leías fl. n. Porter Calgary. Cana
Mr. and Mra. John o. stuckey. l.axlng
ton. Neb.; Mrs. C A. Edwards. Santa Bar
bar cal.; c. A. Bunung. Klatnath Falls
lire ; Lieutenant John W Mahoney.
aaaaabuaetti ; captam j j. suiiivan
Massachusetts; C. E. Harglehangle
Rev. li L. Mllllcan. El Paao; Dr
Relnemiind. El Paao; R. i. Tlgtte Kl Paao;
wrv. Jennie i.aaueman nocneaxer if. T.;
mu- rt. B. Hlnkla Bhraneport La u. L.
Huhllma El Paao; I. As Moffat. Colonia
nublan. Mexlro; Mra. W. r. hegton. kl Paao;
Mas. caaale Taylor ArmatroRg Iiryden.
Tanas; J. W. Hale. Kl Paso; Allan Cola. El
PMS; J. W. Hi-ant Plalnvlew. Texas; i. 8.
Scott i. in it. Arta.; Dr. T. . Richardson.
San flimon Artx.; I. B. Walker El Paso; Mr.
and Mra. Clark MeCarr. El Paao; Mr. and
Mra. Ó. w. O'Raar. SI Paso; C. W. Allen.
Blabee. Arla.; W. A Dulln ColoradOi R. T.
Lockle. El Paso; I. J. Bastar Bl Paao; J. p.
Lafferty. Altootu. Pa.; Llautenant Jamas A.
Linen. Jr.. Thlrteentb Pennsylvania; captain
Stanley W. Root. Second Pennsylvania field
artillery; Captain L. H. Wattres Thirteenth
f'eiinjyivania. and colonel C. R. Dudley
Thirty fourth United Stales infantry.
era from this i
letloa ara condemned to
quadrupled and throughout the valle
new settlement will spring up to give their
support lo Ihe larger centers. Animall).
iiousanas troin ill sum sections or the i-inin
try will rind healUirul recrean
shores and crystal waters or Uils inland I project and that we nan n- take on and
nan to completion the distribution and
lake. Malarial addition will he to1..
undergo tbe periodical attke every few the nation's aupply of tto necessaries ofiLL'-V" " ' ..Z . . T ullrUj"u" ul0
weak until th.y areforty y.araof ag..after ire The two freat slap- or New SZton I? .gffPfk lne " epedlUoua
hubalanUal results that mark Uie comple
lion or tto Elephant Butu- dam With
Z2m "ofíeS i MtMXbTt&úTtiZ """"'O- in eunclugtoi.. give thought b
avad-kamnls tablau when Aba Brat symp- i'Ji '" ..... . "TiTl
TfV TT'JZl v"l uie. ine rwo great ttaies or New Mexiri
which the aataota are eaa freoo.nt and Texas will to bound together in dos. i
rairiTaJTaTra ev.r-now.ng ren. of l.v
L-..r:eir ....ViT Birringa of Peace.
tarns iiear and one anU-kamnla tablat aiceacy una picture and lher condlUons are
vV twohoáredarlna tbe attack ahorteni "'" Pasiblr w.- arr attemhled tlay
aasss the pata and bftaas rest and quiet i under
Antt-kamnla tableta ana he obtained at otit II
all druggists- Asa for A-K Tableta. They being
auickly relieve all Pain.
n and hrlnra rest and onlat. under unusual world rundllloiia. Throuati
in- eastern ueuuspuern civiuxaiioii is
tested in uie crucinie or war The
Need Glasses? Ask Segall.
Scientific Eye Examination.
El Paso Optical Co.
I 08 Texas St. near Oregon.
tame may to said or the conditions in the
republlc upon our southern border. Vet we
are at peace We are enjoying the ordinary
voiatlou of lire proepertty la universal
and beyond comparisons Under these con-
ditions we should take stork of our patrio
Usui and with renewed fervor give tribute to
Uie atara and stripes
Eaflaeer Baldwin's Addree
E. H. Baldwin senior engineer In charge'
of tto Rio Orande project next spoke on
tto work of constructing the dam since
"Watson's Groceries Are
Famous for Quality9
We are now receiving SMOKED WHITE FISH
regularly by expresa; it comal in perfect condi-
Ha ve you tried theae new ones? Kippered Cod
it cornea from Alaaka by express. Small pound
chunks or steaks ready for use and most de-
licious for cold lunch.
KIPPERED ALBACORE OR TUNA FISH
Tender and delicate in flavor ready for use with-
out further preparation than slicing par lb. 40c
Sliced Pumpernkkla in oro-paund glass jars 30c
210-212 Tan St. 5 Phonts commencing with 5151
reasonable appropriations by longresa. and
Uie co operation of tto water uaera. fur tint
benerit or Uie project aa a whole the u-
cess of tto Rio Orande project Is assured."
Among tto Excursionists.
Among those who atteuoed lbs exerrlsea
were.- a. A. Jones Las Vegas Major Oeo
eral Charleasstt. clement Pennsylvania;
brigadier General Oeorge Bell Jr. i Oraot-
land 8. Long Loa Angeles H. C Heard
Tucson; W. o. Cotton. Idaho Clinton Kar-
num Iowa o. m. Urean. tollege station.
Texas; c. W Taylor Ban Antonio Texsa
Mrs. I. C. Adams Biabes. Arlxivu; Howard
MttetotL OUo; Ralph Danlsuo Oblo; H.
M Reiebe. Maryland; L. T. Bba. Ban An-
tonio Texas; Samuel Cnpptngea Penntyl
vanls E. B. Half Pennsylvania. Mlaa Orare
Pleroe Douglas; Mrs. Jacob Srberer Doug
'aa Mra. Ansa Young Douglas; Osplaln
John a. Parker North Carolina; captain
Amen l. oox siorth Carolina; M. A. BnilUi.
olorado; A. 0. Pollock. Mew Mexico Prof.
0. E. t. Bmttb Arlsona; Otto C. Ollptn.
Ohio; A. J. McDonald. North Dakota; J. C.
Oleen College Biatlon Tesas; J. T. Snalue.
Valentine Texas; E. R. Msbry- Marta Tax
as; a Youngblood Collate Station Texas;
I CE. Adams. Arlsona; D. M. Seat Port
worth Texas A. J. Tlppett. Alpine H.
W. Schutao Marra; Jobo Roas. Amarillo
M. M. Balner k ansas p o Williams Tem-
pla; A. A. Baldwin Missouri W. M Bald
win. k ansas; W. A. BmiUi. Colorado; Ar-
eata McOraror New Mexle; Harvey Buggs
Pennsylvania; H. A. Dickey. PannsyUanla.
Captain Patd p. Butler Massachusetts C.
H. klnkei New Mexico A. B. Croa Ama-
rillo! Mildred j. chsney Amarillo; E. 0.
i stsrsoa Utah; Kraocla Logsn. Joaaph
u cotUMH sad John Casey Mas -tachóse Ua.
I. L. Lawrence. South Caro bus.
San ford. Boston Ajnc ticas; Prank P.
nib lay Boston uioto; Edward J. Dunn
Boston Post; Harold W. '.lark. Boston Her
aid; Miss M. J. Teece. Alpine; J. P. Wood.
tootuaoa L. M. Rllarm Spur. Texaai J. T.
Isss-awsnsPaauUIIO; Walter B. Oram Sos
tOB phlUp T. Lsnergsa. Now Mexico; w
H. Paras Tennessee H. P. Brown inter
national Nawa Service; P. B. West. Houa
too i captain h. O. Bishop. MlchUiaa; H. L.
Ilobjate Colorado; Ü. 0 Tyres Las An
gelas; D T. Padgett Colorado; t. p. king.
Montana; Charlea R. Wouieralay. D R. Ca
ttor and Ortnond Off uL Colorado.
DP. T W. IlllSBi. Iuialsns Pasl Prad
Earopein Wir Sumrairf
(JradttaUp tha Frcaxoii art-
drawing titear front oaoater to Patrono.-
in France. After Wad-
nraMlay'a advsusrw atona; a mile
front betweavn Blactxes and las
MalaonettA west of the
an atiautk laumdind TTiursslay
rewarded with furuier
vthk'lt vlrtuaJly htinss
the hank of tile stream.
North and oast of Hallly-HaJI-lasel
where tbe aYeoch have ad-
vanved Uxar Una ha the last few
ears tbe O is Biaias bare made a
violent ounnter attacax arbieb wave
repulaed try tbe 1'renrli.
Berlin admits that la their at-
tacks on the Cara-Moa tal from
the HrlUali oaptatrad liennau po-
sgtlxsna hat gaps these were later
retaken. htssajsl Sap a erigí
gain by the Hrttisfa at Hntta de
Vt artmoosxrt and tbe' ropa lac of
a CI i ii ajas ii ooauatar attack there
istiupsvnulre quiet prevajsad. Ho
detaalva leawJt baa been achieved
la tbe violent flsrhtlas; that haa
bean Sjotnc on far several daya
In VothpnU and CssOlcta.
Petroarad sags that near Kkeet-
lln and etvlnluaky In VoUiynla
aaiacks by the lwatoats were re-
pulaed while Berfan reoorda the
rapture of Hessian t ma n Sans on
the weatern bank of tbe "ml
revulse with heavy
Baggage Train Allowance
Proved Sufficient by a
75-Mile Hike of Regiment
By Associated Press.
Viuglsa Aril. Oct. it -The war strength
regiment of as orrners and URH men.
which left here II daya ago for Fort Hut
chuca. 75 miles norlbweat of Douglas ra-
turned today having asltsfaotorlly proved
ror Uie war department thai The basis:-
train allowance Included In the defenae
bill recently passed by eengress was auf
Twenlv seven wsgons. rour ambulsme
and one rolling kitchen were taken and
the allowance of ammunition eon 000 rounds
and three daya' grain for Uie ane anlmali.
with the column ware carried Tto regí
man I was made up of drafts from the
Klsrenth. eighteenth. Twenty second. Thlr
ty-nrth infantry regulara and tto Kirtb
Saw Jersey regiment colonel Abnsr Pick
"ring oomm ending.
pitaes have basan casrrted oat bp
tbe Auetrlans while at other
Itotota Kaawasta attsveks were pet
bi Traasalisiias Hans art tans
have taken the offensive al ve
ctored to be pnalrtas; batek tbetr
There la no rfhasajro fa tbe stt-
uatlon In Uaoedoaxla althoach
both the entonte and TbeinnUi
allies enalte olahn to mhaor aau:-
A nil lory duela ase taking- osean
la the Aawtro-ltadsno fh safra.
The Ounard Una eleaaishlp Al-
a un la as her way from Near
Yorfk to IayndVm has been sunk
by a sassys bsfessai lsUktajiitl and
Imeduax. A lew anasawbara of bar
sera of tbe Alearas bad been
1 Paso's First Modern
Store Bailé ng
five Floor and Two
for ALL TIME
of All Kinds
It's a Store
ordinary Values in
GO BACK TO WORK
Companies Will Negotiate
marida for Increased Pay ai
Better Working Conditions
CASTO R IsA
By Aaaorlateo I'rias.
Bayoone M. J. net. I. striking em-
ployes or the -land aril Oil and severs I
other companies operating plants here st
s mass meeting tonight votad to return to
work tomorrow. Earlier la tbe day John
J MofflU and James A. flmyth. Umiad
"late m'cllati'rs. had aaenred a commit
tee repreaiintlng the men that the
panlae bad expretaed a wllllngneai
negotiate demanda for Increaaed wages and
batter working conditions If the workers
The strike wbleh began 10 daya ago. and
was marked by noting In wbteb three
persona were killed and many outers
wounded affected plants of several oil
lotnpanlss Whil only about I.MD or the
men actually want on strike It waa said
ai proximately l sns olhera were thrown out
of work. x
The strikers demand s an per cent In
cresas fn fsgas for sll those receiving
under as a day. sed S) per rent increase
for l bo as receiving more than a k day.
together with better working conditions
The companies refused to deal with the
men white they wars on strike holding
they eonld not negotiate with workers
who were not in their employ.
Yaqui Indians Offer to
Surrender to Gen. Calles
By Associated Preaa.
Iarmglaa. Arli.. Oct. it. rne thousand
Y ami I Indiana have sent a message to Oes-
rraj P. Ellas callas military commander
or Honors offering lo surrender If grant
ed amnesty and Incorporated tn the oar-
rsnzs armv. arcordlne- to arrivals from Bo
" lo ffieneral callea deelded to acoerH and sent
t deputation to the spot designated by
Chief tájeme who ig sal 1 to be in com-
mand or the Indians to conclude nagotts-
Hona II was snrmissd to ornetot ctrelea tn
Agua- Prieta today that Skit was tita fort j
Intended .to be sent through Dolores Pass
Into Chihuahua against villa when Iba sur
render has been oompleiad.
New Telephone Directory
All new listings and changes of every
nature must be in our hands on or
before October 31st to insure insertion
in the new addition going to press
Please call at Contract Office.
Telephone Building 510 Texas Street or Telephone
Contract Office 3780
The Tri-State Telephone Company
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