El Paso Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, September 7, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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EL P'ASO MORNING TIMES, FRID \Y, SEPTEMBER 7, 1906,
PETITION FOR A
NEW CAR SYSTEM
F, 11. Tobin Would Give El
Paso Another Street Car
Company and Three Free
Bridges Across Rive‘r.
Application for a franchise for a
new elefctrjc system In ElTMso, which
if its pron$oter3 carry out their prom-
iso^wlli be up io date In every par-
ticular and include an interurban line
to Ysleta and two free bridges across
the river, was made, the council last
evening by Frank R Tobin. Mr. To-
bin la a St. Louis capitalist who has
recently purchased considerable prop-
erty in tine Eas.ern portion of the
city and has laid out and sold two ad-
ditions. He claims that he has the
backing of enough St. Louis and El
Paso people to make the financing of
his scheme the easiest part of It and
promises to commence work within
fifteen days after the franchise is
Mr. Tobin's petition to the council
for a franchise wag accompanied by
a draft of the franchise which he
wished granted. Tiie latter was not
read .but was refoirad to the ordin-
ance committee with instructions that
this committee just as soon as practi-
cable prepare a report accompanied
by a request .hat a special meeting
the council be called to pass upon
the franchise matteh
Judge Peyton F. Edwards, who re-
presents Mr. Tobin and his associates,
was present at the meeting of the
council last evehing and urged the
eHermen to act upon'the matter as
soon as practicable. He did not ask
for action, last evening and approved
the couw 'of the council in first re-
ferring th 3 application to the ordin-
ance committee, saying that he wish-
ed the aldermen to thoroughly weigh
and investigate the proposition before
acting upon it, but expressing tlfo
hope that no unnecessary delay be
made. He said the system that Mr.
Toblti ahd his associates propose to
inaugurate will be up-to-date in every
respect; that there will be no poles,
no .trolleys, no lines, no smoke; In
fact, nothing to make a nuisance; that
the company proposes to erect and
maintain free brtdg. s across the river
if a franchise can be obtained from
the city of Juarez for street car lines
there; that an Interurban line will be
built to Ysleta and equipped to haul
both passengers and freight.
He also stated that tile granting, of
the franchise to Mr. Tobin would
mean a saving of from $25,000 to $30,-
000 to the city In the matter of street
pavIrtOs the company. if granted the
franchise, would In its construction
operate under the same, conditions of
the paving contract willoh compels
the present stress, car company to
pav. - its own right of way in the im-
Jtldge Edwards also called attention
to the fact that the new company will
If granted a franchise occupy to a
very small extent the streets now oc-
cupied by the old company and that
it will give to the city a street car
system in the parts of the town where
the same Is now badly needed.
Motor Power and Free Bridges.
The power proposed to be ured is
suil to be the latest and most ap-
proved motor power now in use 1>y
street car companies In some of the
larger cities. The three free bridges
that, will be constructed at the foot of
Oregon, Kansas and Chihuahua
street, which are streets over which
a right of way is asked.
A five cent fare for one continuous
trip six mil's In any direction from
’the city hall, with transfers to any
connecting lines in Mexico, will be
charged. A good schedule and plenty
of accommodations Is also promised.
The Proposed Route.
The request for right of way and
the streets-proposed to be traversed is
A double track line on Davis street
beginning at the Union depot and
running east to Overland street to
the center of Utah.
A single track beginning .at the in-
t rsection of Overland and Utah
streets, east on Utah to San Antonio
and crossing San Antonio nqrth on
Mesa, avenue to Missouri street, east
on, Missouri to ..Dallas, thence to Wv-
thence to Maple, thence south
aple to Priedas street, thence to
Texas, thence westerly on Texas to
Campbell, thence north on Campbell
to Utah street St. Louis street, thence
west oh St. Louis street' to Mesa ave-
Also a single track line beginning
at the intersec.ion of Overland and
Utah, thence easterly on Overland
to Cotton ayenne, on Cotton avenue
to Olive street, or Michigan avenue or
such street as may hereafter be open-
L.ed through the Cotton addition to the
HAMMLT1 MAYOR PRO fEM'intersection of Michigan avenue and
Kentucky avenue, thence easterly to
Priedas street, thence to Alameda ave-
nue. thsnce to Texas street, thence
south on Texas street to Cotton ave-
nue, thence south to the intersection
connection Et the Intersection of E.
Also for a single track line begin-
ning at the interaction of Overland
and Utah streets, thence south on
Utah street of Santa Fe and Over-
land streets, south on Santa Fe to
Seventh, west on Seventh to Chihua-
hua, thence south on Chihuahua street
to the river with the privilege of erect-
ing a street railway and wagon bridge
across tie river.
Also a single track line beginning
at the intersection of Overland and
Utah streets, thence south on Utah
to Fourth street, west on Fourth to
Oregon, south on Oregon to the river,
with the privilege of erecting a street
car and wagon bridge across the
Also fqr a single track line begin-
ning at the intersection of Kansas
and Overland street, south on Kansas
to th,? river, with the privilege of
building a street car bridge and
wagon bridge across the river.
•Also for a single track line begin-
ning at Missouri street and Mesa ave-
nue, wqst on Missouri to Fisher
street, an Fisher to Gladstone, wost
on Gladstone to Rio Grande, west on
Rio Grande to Roosevelt avenue, west
on Roosevelt avenue to Lawton ave-
nue, north on Lawton to Prospect ave-
nue, thence east to Lawton avenue.
Also for a single track line begin-
ning on East Overland street, where
the street between blocks 80 and 81,
Magoffin's addition, Intersect Over-
land street, thence north to San An-
tonio streqt, east on San Antonio to
Its intersection with Octavia street,
thence north on Octavia to Wyoming,
th- nce east to Dallas street.
Also for a single track beginning at
the intersection of Texas and Mesa
avenue, thence east along Texas to
the center of Campbell street.
It is agr< d in the franchise that on
streets outside the paving district the
very best of rails of not less than
sixty pounds In weight shall be used
snd In the improvement district, any
kind of rails that the city may re-
All of the members were present ex
cept Messrs. Rand and Grant and
Mayor Davis presided. The call of the
various officers for reports brought
forth negative answers and none of
the committees had anything to re-
port until the finance committee was
Big Batch of Bills.
There was an accumulation of bills
almost a foot high on Alderman Ham-
mett’s desk which were handed up to
the clerk to read. The hills were an
accumulation of several weeks and
aggregated several thousand dollars.
Among the larger bills were the fol-
Payroll of the streets and grades de-
partment for the week ending Sept.
G. *221; pay roll of the sewerage de-
partment $346.75; Pomeroy’s Transfer
company for wagons for the sanitary
department $170.50; pay roll of the
sanitary department $170.50; V. E.
Luhorn, fees collected for the month
of August $190; pay roll-of the pest
house for the mpnth of August $237:
Mrs. J. H. Parsons on account of parks
$100; August allowance to the librarv
$425; A. P. Coles for premium on 11.
F. Jenkins’ bond $100; pay roll of the
police department for the month of
August $2,736.70; to Mrs. Sullivan fof
feeding prisoners In August $123; pay
roll of the consulting engineer’s de
partnient $208; July park account
$100; pay roll of the streets and
grades department for the week end-
ing August 23, $236.65; for the week
ending August 16, $256.55; for the
week ending August 9, $109; the El
Paso Electric company $1064 for arc
lights; pay roll of the fire department
$1332.30; to the International Light &
Water company up to August 1st,
$1575.60; bills of the fire department
Alderman Fewel brought up the pe-
tition of the El Paso Foundry & Ma-
chine company to have a bridge built
across the canal at Laurel street and
to bring this street to grade. He re
commended that the bridge be built
by the canal company hut made no
recommendation as to grading the
A request of G. A. Bush for the right
to build a spur track through block
|fc Hot! Dusty! Uncomfortable!
■Sb Why, then, travel? Fit in yonr
rffireor homo htu! transact your
A Dugin* m Uy tetophona. 11 >n”
jBlfJ^UUL-haYi-n L ir.ufi it yon can havn no
o' tl,*« salisfaction y u wi'lux
pvriei.ee through this convenient
1 W welbodrOf orndTwtlBRTOur affair*
Rfidneo$l raten Rftorlfl p in. „
Th« stonthwestern telegraph & Telephone Co
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Mounted and Loose
Pure, clear, flawless, Jrst water
gems—that’s the kind we have
We have some beautiful
would like to show you. If you need a diamond and
quality, we can please you.
than you think.
?ke prices are
A. W. SUSEN
and glad to “Show You*
that Out Sales of
for Six Months—from January 1st to
July 1st, 1906—were
The Leading Jeweler.
El Paso St- Telephone 578
An increase of over 10 Million bottles
for the same period of 1905.
BUDWEISER exceeds in sales all other bottled beers,
even though it commands the highest price, because it is
the purest, best and most wholesome bottled beer in all
We court the most rigid examination of our beers and
Malt-Nutrine by all Pure Food Commissions.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass’h
St. Louis U.S.A.
H. PFAFF, Distributor,
35, Franklin Heights addition to con
nect with the El Paso & Southwestern
road, was adversely reported upon by
Alderman Fewel who stated that Mr.
Bush had refused to put down side
walks in front of his property and as
a penalty for this Rhould not have any
favors from the city.
A report from City Engineer Wim
berly recommencing the adoption of
the changes in the plans of the street
car company for paving their right of
way In improvement district No. I, was
read and referred to the city attorney
with Instructions to reform the con-
tract so as to include the changes.
Hammett, Mayor Pro Tem.
Just before the council adjourned
Mayor Davis asked for a 30-days leave
of absence which was granted. Upon
the motion of Alderman Look, Aider-
man Hammett was elected mayor pro
torn to serve during Mayor Davis’ ab-
Faywood Hot Springs,, the easiest
to reach out of El Paso.
MANAGER WEIS HERE.
Man Who Will Direct Destine, of
Texas Street Opera House
Sidney H. Weis, manager of the
Grand Opera house in San Antonio
and who will manage the Texas street
opera House In B1 Paso, came in from
San Antonio yesterday morning to
look over the Texas stroet house and
see the progress that is being made.
Mr. Weis has recently returned from
the east where he has been hooking
plays for his two houses and It Is said
that the El Paso house will have at-
tractions that are as good as come this
way. Mr. Weis yesterday *n taken
over the Crawford theater by L. M.
Crawford, who arrived from St. Louts
the first of the week.
May Adams Gives Bond.
May Adams, the woman who Is
under Indictment for shooting Vincent
Salvani, yesterday gave bond in the
sum of $"<06 and was released.
Zwastlka. Clairvoyant. 411 E. Overland
Orndorff—W. T. Davis, Mathew
Hoff, 'Chicago, R B. Holcomb and
wile; El Paso, F. Foster Kip. C. A.
Fuller and daughter, Ijoh Angeles, M.
M. Poole, San Francisco. Norman E.
Oaleutlne, Santa Rosalie, Edward
Lawrence, Brookline, Mass, J. P.
Casey, Jr., Sananea, A.-turo J. Medina
and wife, Guavmas, T. B. Kelley and
wife. Miss Julia Keil.v, St, Fxiuls, Mrs.
Levy, Miss Levy, Juarez.
Licensed to Marry.
A. Finley Powell and Odessa Allan-
Milton C. Tracy and Eala'M. Gra-
Toltoc i« the finest bar In El Paso.
T11E NEWS FROM DEM lNO
TWO MEXICAN CHILDREN
IN THE DESERT.
A Seven-Year Old Child Wandered
Around in the Wilds Four Days and
Nights Alone and Was Found Unin-
jured—Popular Hotel Man Dead—
Other News of Interest.
(Special Correspondence The Times.)
Doming, Sept. 4.—-Last Thursday
two llttV,- Mexican girls, aged 5 and
7 years, wandered away from their
home In this city .some time during
the forenoon. A searching par.y at
onco started out, and late In the even-
ing found the youngest child about
four miles south of town. Hut all ef-
forts to locate tho elder were fruitless.
The search was resumed Friday and
continued through Friday and Satur-
day without success, and the matter
was placed in the hands of Sheriff D.
B. Stephens, who struck her trail
early Sunday morning and followed It
during all day Sunday at. times on
horsehgck. at other times erawling on
hands and knees through mesquite
ami cacti. The sheriff kept tip the
search until dark, the trail at that
time showing that he was close to the
Ion child. During the night, he tried
to locate her by walking around but
failed. Monday morning h® again
struck the trail, and In a few hours
found the little girl, not dr-ail as all
supposed, but strange to say, In no se-
rious condition. She was nearly
twenty miles from home, and during
her four days wandering bad sub-
sisted upon mosquito beans and the
fruit, of the prickly pear. Her face,
lips and ton gw- were full of the small
needles from the cacti apples and re-
quired-the services of a doctor to ex-
tract th' m. When we think of a child
of seven years, four days and nlghu
alone on the desert without food or
water safe and well, it certainly Is a
femarkable ease of human endurance.
John M, Cain, proprietor of the Vic-
toria hotel, died at. norm today after
a lingering lllnesB of bright'# disease.
Mr. Cain was a well known milling
man and well known throughout the
Mr. Sanpree, proprietor and -editor
of the Demlng Graphic, 1* dangerously
111 at. his home In this city.
Our public school* opened today
with the largest attendance ever en-
rolled. Demlng Is justly proud of her
schools. They are -equal to any In
Already the demand for dwelling
hquses exceeds the supply, and room-
ing houses are filling up with strang-
er# from the East who know our cli-
mate and pure water, and early seek
quarters for the winter.
Our homesteaders have demon-
strated that, the long deferred wateT
question is solved, and wo. have the
soil, water and climate for an Ideal
firming country. And more than
33,000 acres of land around ottr little
city have been .akin up In the past
Live stock and ranges are In tine
condition, and cattlemen look for good
prices and early shipments. Demlng
Is still on the map.
I will offer for sale for cash the
entire bankrupt stock of W. N. Carl
nt, 345 Myrtle Ave., consisting of
groceries and fixtures on the 11th
day of September, J DOC at 10 a. m.
Also the bankrupt, stock of John
B. Nigra at 817 West Overland 81.,
consisting of groceries, fixtures, bar
fixtures and Ice cream plant on the
11th day of September at 11 a. in.
Inventories of stock may be seen on
N. SOLOMON, Trustee.
IS ADMITTED TO BAIL,
W. C. Crawford Indicted For Murder
Applies For Bond Under Writ
of Habeas Corpus.
W. O, Crawford who Is under In-
dictment for murder growing out oi
the killing of a Mexican by the name
of .lose ltcndon at Finlay about three
weeks ago, yesterday sought to ob-
tain bond before Judge Harper on a
habeas corpus proceeding. After
hearing somo evidence in th« case
Judge Harper fixed Crawford’s bond
at $2,500. He was unable to turntsh
this amount of hail yesterday and was
remanded to the custody of the sheriff,
lb- hopes, however, to be able to
give I he bond in a day or two.
WOMAN ATTEMPTS DESPERATE
ACT WHILE INSANE.
Declare* That Neighbors Have Been
Slandering Her, Mr*. Boatright At
tack* Young Girl With Knife and
Then With Revolver.
Visit Faywood Hot springs and
keep good health, and the rest Is
TWO ARRE8T8 MADE.
Suspects In the Robbing of Beneau
The police last night made two ar-
rests of suspects In connection with
the robbing of J. 11. Beneau Wednes-
day. The men arrested are Wm. Reid
McMahon and John Dunn.
It is alleged that these two men
were seen with the man who was
robbed Wednesday and It Is suspect-
ed that they may know something of
the affair. They declare their Inno-
If you have rheumatism take It to
Faywood Hot Spring*.
Walthall's Brigade Reunion.
Oxford, JHss.- Sept 8.—The sur-
vivors of WMIhall’s -famous brigade
are holding their annual reunion here
today. The citizens have made elab-
orate arrangements for the event and
the brave survivors will be the guests
of the city at a great, old-time barbe-
cue and Brunswick stew at the public
park. It Is expected that fully three
thousand visitors from the aurrouml-
Ing district* will come to the park
Laboring under the Insane hallucin-
ation that her neighbors were talking
about her through , the agency of
’’thought waves,” as she characteriz-
ed them to the police. Mrs, Ell 8.
Boatright, wife of a carpenter living
at 811 East Overland street, yesterday
afternoon made an attack upon the
young daughter of Engineer Johnson
of the G. H. with a revolver, declaring
her intention of killing tier for the
many mistreatments of which sho
imagined she had been the recipient.
Officer Spivey, who lives next door
to the Insane woman, arrested her and
took her to the police station, where
sin- raved upon the subject of "thought
waves" and Incoherently' declared that,
she had been the vjetini of vile abuse
by Engineer Johnson, hfs daughter,
Mawje, and others of her neighbors
and declared that she would not be
slandered by I hem any longer in their
way of throwing "mind waves” into
the house every time sho Had callers
and telling them stories abiiut her.
Yesterday afternoon’s attack was
the second that. Mrs. Boatright has
made upon Miss Johnson, the first be-
ing about a week ago when she threat-
ened the young girl with a butcher
knife and chased her into the house
with the knife in her hand. •
At that time County Judge Sweeney
was made acquainted with the worn
an’s condition and he held a confer-
ence with her, but she was allowed to
go hack home and, yesterday made
the second attack upon Miss Johnson,
who seems to be a particular object of
her detestation to her In her derang-
ed condition. Many others, however,
are brought into the'woman’s talk as
having injured licr.
Yesterday afternoon after holding
a consultation in the chief of police’s
office at. which Judge Eylar and As-
sistant City Attorney Jackson were
present. Mr. Boatright was sent for and
Mrs. Boatright, was allowed to ac-
company him home. What steps will
he taken to prevent her committing
some act of violence upon hgr imagin-
ed enemies are as yet undetermined,
but sho may lie tried for her sanity.
Theft of Watch Alleged.
Gabriel Lopez was arrest. J last
night on complaint of Jose M. Garcia.
Charged with stealing the watch of
the latter. Garcia declares that he
can prove that Lopez was he man
who got the valuable. Lopez Is
charged with theft under $80.
Times Want Ads, bring results.
MUST SWEAR CHARGES
SCHOOL BOARD AGAIN DEFERS
ACTION IN TAYLOR CASE.
Discovered That They Were Not Pro-
ceeding According to Law and Ask-
ed That Written Charges Be Filed.
The school hoard met again last
evening to resume the Investigation
of Professor Taylor, pi ineipiti^of the
Douglas colored school. The al ten-
don of the board was called by one of
the members shortly after the meet-
ing was called to order that the pro-
epedlngs wore not being conducted
In accordance with a rule adopted by
the board over if year ago which Is
that no teacher shall be put upon In-
vestigation before the board except
upon written charges.
As the charges against Professor
Taylor were not in writing and were
not verified, the hoard decided that.
It. woiild hot proceed further until
written charges, duly sworn to, were
made to that body.
Those of the colored people present
who were supposed to know some-
thing about the matters complained
of were called before the board and told
that. If they desired the Investigation
to proceed they would have to file
written charges and swear to the
same. They will be given until to-
night, to file the charges and If no
one by the time the board meets to-
night has not done so it Is likely that
the hoard will refute to consider the
matter farther. If written charges
are filed Professor Taylor will he un-
der suspension during his hearing. .
ARRESTED FOR DOG'S ACTION.
Man Hauled Up Because Hi* Canine
Bit a Passerby on the Leg.
Jose Martinez was arrest'd last
nlffht oil the charge of maintaining a
vicious Jog. The arrest was made on
complaint of another Mexican, who
declared that the dog belonging to
Martinez has attacked and severely
bitten him. and he display, d a vorv
badly torn pair of trousers and a pain-
fully lacerated leg to back up his de-
The arrest was made on a warrant
which the complaintant, sworo to yes-
Boston, Mass.. Sept. 6.-—Miss Susan
Jahkson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. C. Jackson, the latter formerly
Frances Appleton, of the Boston fam-
ily, and Mr Ralph Blake Williams, a
prominent young society and club
than of this city, will he ffitrrrted at
King’s chapel this evening in the pres-
ence of a large and brilliant as-
semtdage of their wealthy amt-prom-
inent relations and .friends. Miss
Frances Appleton Jackson, the young-
er ulster of the bride will be maid of
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