El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1912 Page: 8 of 16
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1A11UIML, Tfce Following Comparative Figures
3a)K Show the Remarkahle
———■ | Growth of
The First National Bank
During the Past Five Years
Board of Directors
J, 3. MUNDY
JAMES O. McNARY
J. H. NATIONS
C. M. NEWMAN
J. M. RAYNOLDS
J. S. RAYNOLDS
H. B. STEVENS
W.' L. tOOLEY
W. W. TURNEY
3. O. CROCKETT
J. B. DALE
3. M. GOOGIN
E. M. HURD
E. W. KAYSER
Z. T. WHIT^l
J. W. ZOLLARS
108 Mesa Avenue.
Firms and individuals desire the best banking
service because they know the importance of prompt-
ness and efficiency.
It is the earnest and constant endeavor of the
officers of this Bank to render to every patron the
most Satisfactory Banking Service.
Your account subject to check is invited.
El Paso, Texas.
New York .
It 1* hopeless to try to tell It a t—
the glories of the Barnum & Bailey
circus. The gathering advance repre-
sentatives confessed their Inability
last night. That a great revelation
f.r the resourceful genius of the ctr-
Vards: 7th and Santa Fe; IMcdras and G. H. & 8. A. Track.
ITiones 188, 588, 587.
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company
KL FASO. TEXAS.
A KRAKAUER, President.
tood Men Wanted to Sell Poficiet That Guarantee Protection
:■ R. RUSSELL LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS.
fcupt. of Agents S«c'y and GenT Mgr.
SCOTTISH RITE DEGREES WILE
BE CONFERRED AT
EL PASO MORNING
HE CIRCUS ARRIVED EARLY THIS MORNING
AND WILL GIVE TWO PERFORMANCES TODAY
J .''.'jiIICl jTi 3~riTOir~ii«>wiSiBiw ......................
cua man In literally re-creellng the
famous amusement institution Is In
at ore for the etreus goer, was the
store tor me eteoua a'1'*> —
positive and unqualified promise.
That familiar catch line, "Greuteal
Bhotv on Earth.” will be lived up to
far and away more generously than
In any year the circus has made ap-
pearance here, . ’ .
Novelty will be the ItejViotft of
today's entertainment, the best ele-
ment* ■ of the dear, old-time etreus
mingling with the newest things in
gorgeous spectacles. Monotony and
f petition have been eliminated. Old-
timers will rub th.-ir . ves In astonish-
ment. . ,, ,
Eighty-five double length railroad
cars are required to transport the
Barnum & Bailey circus- They are
operated In four train sections and
the Southern Pacific railroad gives
assurance that it will have them all
here early this morning. The first
section, known in the language of
the circus ns “the flying squadron,"
was scheduled to leave Doming, N.
M., where the show- played to packed
tents yesterday, before midnight. The
dining tents which it convoys will in-
augurate the 20-acre encampment
and food will await the hungry hun-
dreds when they reach the grounds
at Montana and Merchant streets.
The circus parade will make Its
gorgeous start as nearly 10 o'clock as
conditions permit and .traverse the
usual streets. The pageant stretches | spectacle of Cleopatra." an adapta-
three miles In length and Its sump- tion of an episode lq Egyptian hls-
tuous beauty, promise is given, will | tory. It Is the- story of Marc Antony
surpass the most joyful expectations and Cleopatra, and Is a much braver
of the young and the old- Nearly [ display of horses, chariots, costumes,
two score ponderous elephants will fair women, hardy soldiers and giit-
tread the route and of camels, zebras, torlng grandeur than Egypt ever pro-
cehua, sacred cattle, yaks and other dueed, the entrance of the great
"led” animals there will ho legion. I Roman captatn In Alexandria, a con-
IJozeni of open cages will disclose.
THE <22-0 ewJV
their snarling jungle Inmates and In-
trepid trainers. More than seven
hundred equine*, tanging from the*
powerful plumed draught Peroher-
.ujs and Clydesdales, thoroughbred
chariot racers and proud ring horses
to the sturdy little Shetland ponies,
ever dear lo the hearts of the chil-
dren, will display themselves. The
allegorical and tableau floats and
toiler vehicular appurtenances of the
par»de arc new In construction and
queror, his yielding to the wiles of
the temptress and his final fate on
his own sword when Caesar’s aveng-
ing legions surrounded the city, are
shown In vast pantomime. The gor-
geous pageants which pass majes-
tically before Marc Antony and Cleo-
patra replace the "grand entree" of
other years and the hippodrome races
which formerly closed the show tran-
spire during the epurse of the pro-
duction. The ballet of more than
three hundred presents as dainty and
conception and us ornately beuuti- j delightful dancing girls as New York
fit] as the best efforts of distinguished could provide.
designers seulptqfK and decorators
tout yield Pour hands Will give
teasel ess brazen harmony and the
nonsense of clowns will pervade the
Tin cirrus performances will beg’
Among the other novelties In the
arena, emphasis Is made upon a
ludicrous baseball game among ele-
phants, In which one huge beast
makes a home run May Wlrth. an
Australian miss, will make her first
promptly »t 2 o’clock this afternoon j appearance here. She comes no
slid at x o’clock tonight, and the j claimed as the world's most daring
Barnum A Bailee management an-
nounce that comfortable ucoommoda-
the only woman who has ever exe-
cuted a forward somersault on a
horse. Her exploits have created a
distinct sensation wherever she has
been seen this season-
The Royal Mikado troupe of jlu
Jltsu champions also have something
decidedly new. They are fresh from
Japan and give a remarkable, scien-
tific exhibition, concluding with a
strenuous elimination wrestling con-
test In which the member Who suc-
ceed* In throwing five companions
wins the bout. They apparently un-
dergo everything a human being can
endure and come out alive.
As for the remainder of the show-,
Barnum A Builey give assurance that
the services of the world's most illus-
trious equestrians, gymnasts, acro-
bats, nerinllsls and other athletes
have been enlisted. The ejowns num-
ber forty; the active partlelpants I”
the thrilling exploits below and aloft
nearly five hundred.
Tickets will tie on sale for both
performances all day todav at A. E.
Ryan's pharmacy. at the regular
prices charged at the ticket wagons
on the Rhow grounds. Bv advance
purchase Intending natrons will avoid
the expected crowds at the scene -of
The program for the fuorteenth
semi-annual re-union of the El Paso
bodies of the Ancient Accepted Scot-
tish Rite of Freemasonry la In th*
hands of the printer and copies of It
for distribution will be ready one day
next week. The rs-unlon will take
place during Jubilee week, begntnntng
Oct. il and ending Oct 25. A much
larger attendance of Scottish Rite Ma-
sons is looked for than at the spring
re-union held last April.
During the re-unlon the beautiful
degrees of the Scottish Rite from the
4th to the 22d will be conferred In
full form, according to the ritual of
the supreme council of the southern
jurisdiction of the United States, to
which council the bodies of the val-
ley of El Paso yield allegiance. El
Paso consistory No. 3 and co-ordinate
bodies are among the few In the Juris-
diction which confer each and every
degree without abridgement by teams
costumed according to the regulations
of the order. A higher grade of ex-
cellence In the presentation of the
Scottish Rite work has been develop-
ed by the officers of the local bodies
than Is found In many older and larger
organizations of the rite elsewhere.
The re-unlon will take place In
Sclttlsh Rite hall, 420 San Antonio
street Following are the bodies of
the rite that will participate and their
Mount Franklin Lodge of Perfec-
tion No. 8.—John D. Mason, K. C. C.
H., venerable master; Oasis chapter
No. 5, Knights of Rose Croix, W. W.
Evans, 32d, wise master; RJo Grande
council No. 3. Knights of Kadosh, Wil-
liam H. Winter, 32d, preceptor; El
Paso Consistory No. 3, Felix P. Miller,
82d, master of Kadosh. William H.
McCullough, 33d Hon., is the regis-
trar and secretary of all the bodies
The following committees to have
charge of the fall re-unlon have been
appointed: „ >■
Executive—John D, Mason. K. C.
C- H., William W. Evans. 32d, William
H. Winter, 32d. Felix P. Miller, 32<1,
William H. McCullough, 33d pon.
Re-unlon—James J. Ormsbee. 33d
Hon., Edmund 8. Heller, K. C. C. H-,
Jerome D. Love, 32d, Francis B.
Stuart, K. C. C, H.. W. H. McCullough,
Reception—Horace A. Lay, 32d,
William C. Davis, 32d, John Mershon,
32d, Charles M. Harvey, 32d, John G.
Barada. 32. Joseph W. Yard, 32d.
Entertainment—Charles J. An-
strand, 32d, Harvey P. Jackson, 32d,
James Crawford, 32d, Fred E. Jus-
tus 32d, Herbert C. Darnall, 32d.
Transportation—Garnett King, 82d,
John D. Mason. K. C. C. IL, William
C. Mk-Cormlck, 32d, Clarence D. John-
Program—William H. McCullough,
*Sd, Hon.. Edmund 8. Heller, K. C. C.
Music—Henredson E. VanSurdan,
32d, Parvln Witte, 30th, Elliott C.
Prentiss, 32d, Albert F. Slevers, 14,
Malcolm H. MacCallum. 32d.
Class—William M. Stockweil. 32d,
Ethan A. Wells. S2d, Clarence H.
of the reul estate nml tbe federal customs
offices will remain open for the full day
Dr. A. T. Still. Osteopshtle laflrmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R.”’Colllna, 'consulting physicians.
3(11 W. Missouri St.
and skillful bareback rider 8he is i exhibition Rale.
tiuns for nearly 1 ">,000 persons are
Provided In their mammoth new
Heather-proof tents. The menagerie
:r> in [irises an equipment of VI0 cages,
jmd Includes, with few exceptions,
every beast bird and reptile nieri-
liotied in natural history. No coun-
try has been too remote to frustrate
the great 1 raveling zoo's search for
rare and curious animals.
"Miss Suffrage," the baby giraffe,
Is the pride of the collection. She was
born In the circus winter quarter on
January 31 last and is a lusty In-
fant. despite direful predictions of
her early end made by so distinguish-
ed a student of zoology as Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt Her father and
lollcltous mother tower beside her.
Lets* than three years ago these
parents were running at large In the
adds of Abyssinia A rhinoceros
and a hippopotamus are two other
2™*", of the animal world from the , ,prd aft„rnoon at 4 o’clock at the
depths of Africa which will excite ; .n„ ,r„vUD >eo„
Funeral services for the body of
A. F. De Bmeth, of Chihuahua, Mex„
were held yesterday afternoon at the
homo or Mrs. 11. P. Noake at 708
Myrtle avenue. The service* were con-
ducted by the Masonic lodge, of which
Mr. Do Snieth was a member, and In-
terment was made In the Masonic plot
in Evergreen cemetery.
chapel at 708 North Stanton street.
The funeral will he In charge of the
Masonic blue lodge and interment
will be made In the Masonic ceme-
tery., Th* kadosh midnight funeral
will not be held, as was originally
Fuperul services for the body of
Mias Helen Gill, who died In Chicago
and w.is shipped here for burial, will
he held this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock
at the Ftpst Chrlstlun church. Inter-
ment will be made In Evergreen
Funeral services for the the body
of Miss Eva Donnelly were held yes-
rurtous attention. One great cage
harbors a hundred Jumping, chatter-
ing monkeys. The aggregate display,
the circus affirms, has no traveling
duplicate in all the world and l»
equalled In only two municipal zoos
In this country.
The big Innovation of the Barnum
K- Bailey performances will be "The
chapel at ‘>08 Texas street. The body
was placed In a vault In Concordia
Funeral services for the body of W.
-R. Keen, who died Sunday, will be
held this morning at # o’clock at the
The coal that clears your kitchen of past re-
grets and future fears.
Save your temper and your money, too.
Q ANITA 1717 1711171 rOMDAWV
IN THE COURTS
Forty-first District Court.
W. C- Douglaa.
F. G. Morris vs. J. U. Harper, suit
to contest election; findings in favot
Florence Rartlc vs. G. L Bartle,
suit for divorce; granted.
A S. J. Eylar.
Minnie McCamant vs. Sam Adkins
suit for recovery of a diamond ring;
plaintiff takes a nonsuit.
George Kuke va. Sam Wilson, suit
for possession of premises; called
and set over to next meeting of court.
Mlltou Melvin’vs. J- 8. Vlesetut, suit
bn Judgment; filed.
Stable Fire; No Damage.
A burning trash idle lu tbe rear of
Greer's stables on West Overland street
last night st 8 o’clock called out the Cen-
tral fire department. The blaze was-
quickly extinguished and there was no
vafc StirSUitJSS wi?-
kins, 32d, James M. Lewis, S2d, Wil-
liam A. Doolittle, 32d.
Electrical—Arthur 8. Samworth,
32d. Charles E. McNemar, 32d, Jesse
B. Binkley. 32d.
Wardrobe—Arthur G. Newell, 32d,
Clarence H Powell, 32d, William J.
Buatance, K. C. C. H.
Credentials nd tlllang—John H.
Walsh, 32d, William H. Deer. 82d,
Louis M. Carl, 82d.
Press—Rufus P. March, 30th, James
J. Ormsbee, 83d. Hon., Hrbert O. Dar-
nell, 32d, William J. Eustace. K. C. C.
Floor—Henry T. Fletcher 32d.
Blake R. Roach, 32d. George W.
Stuart, K. C. C. H.. Elmer D. Strong
Burning Trash Pit*.
At 9:15 o’clock ltst night the Central
fire department was cslled to a burning
trash pile in tbe alley In the rear of
Shelton- 1’ayne Arms company store ou
South El 1’aso street. There was no datn-
Five Negroes Fined $200-
The five negro boys who were ar-
rested Tuesday night In a pool hall
on South Oregon and charged with
violating the pool ordinance, were
each fined $200 In the corporation
Kl Faso Weather.
Local office li. S. weatner bureau, El
Paso. Tex., Sept. 25, 1912, 0 p. ui. Highest,
temperature, last 12 hours, 82; lowest tem-
perature, last 24 hours, 53; rainfall, last
24 hours, 0; river gauge, « a. m., 9.2.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist, 2H-21S Mills Bldg.
Join the Cactus Club.
Fire of I'nknowa Origin.
Fire of an unknown origin was dis-
covered yesterday morning at 7 o'clock iu
the walRbetween the American bank bulla
tug and the Iirouaon hotel on San An-
tonio street. The fire was soou extin-
guished by tbe Central department.
Dr. Robinson, diseases of children,
removed to 211-212 Roberts-Banner.
D*. Leal ye Hyde. Osteopathic I’hyal-
clan, 814 Mesa Ave. fhone 2182.
E. B. McCllntock.
Guadalupe Auchambo. charged
with seduction; married yesterday to
C. A. Bennett vs. J. C. Carrera,
suit for ITS: filed.
lulled Slates District Court.
T. 8. Maxey.
Dickson vs. El Paao Foundry &
Machine company, spit for damages;
verdict In favor of defendant.
Slates Commissioner's Court
George B. Oliver.
David de la Fuente. held for ex-
tradition; released as no case was
made by Mexican government.
Adrian Pool. Recorder.
The following convictions were se-
cured In police court yesterday: J. M.
Thomas, drunk. 13; W. Berry, drunk,
$5: E. Rodrigues, drunk. *3; S. Pa-
dilla, drunk, $3; Jose Rojas, disturb-
ing the peace, 35; G. Torrax, drunk.
35; J. Hartman, vagrancy. 325; Otis
MoLary. vagrancy. *25: Frank Gal-
lagher. vagrancy. *25: Julian Es-
quibel. vagrancy, *25: Bentura Mar
tlnez. vac---«y, 125; Pedro Floras,
Three Tsr Barrel* Burs
Burning tar In the coal sod wood yard
at the corner of Brown street and Myrtle
avenue yesterday evening at 0 o'clock
called out the Central fire department.
About three baBreU nf tsr were de-
I.Mgwell Transfer, Phoaei 1.
walk when you can ride from Post-
office or 14 blocks on all paved streets
for 25c per passenger. Other rates
remain the same.
Seeks Mleelng Bey.
W. M. Biggs, deputy sheriff of Shaekrl-
ford county. Texas. Is In tuts city as the
guest of Chief of Police I. N. Davis.
Mr. Biggs Is here from Albany, the county
seat of Shackleford county, tu aearch of
William Dockery, a nineteen-year-old boy
who disappeared from bis home In Albany
on the fifteen th of August.
C. C. Kiefer has removed his stock
books, stationery, toya, etc., from his for-
mer plare of business. 208 South El Paso
street, to tbe usw location. 109 South
Oregon street, next door to Zelger hotel.
He Invites the public to call on him
his new location.
Tbe regular weekly meeting of the city
council will be held this morning. Boa-
tine business will come up before the
Dr. Prentiss, diseases stomach, Intes-
tines. Uver. 515 Roberta-Banner Bldg.
The swetlest bar
goods at the Gem.
In town. Finest
Half-Holiday Season la bad.
Next Saturday will shout mark tbe
close of tbe week-end half holiday in
Paso for this season. After tilts date all
he railroad passenger offices, uteri/
Dentist. (13-29 Mills Bldg.
Cruz Estrada and Erllnda Flores; J.
E. Pancost and Maggie Banguse.
Imported Beer on draught at the Gem.
Baking Company Gets Auto.
The Purity Baking company was
Issued an automobile license yester-
day by tha county clerk. The license
numbered 1119 and is for a Reo
Don’t Intend to Leave.
A report circulated yesterday to
the effect that Arthur E. and E. O.
Schuster Intend leaving for Chicago
Is incorrect. They have no intention
of going away at present.
Dr. Anna Reuni, Buckler Bldg.
Lamar Team Won. -
The ILamar school football team de-
feated the eleven from the San
Jacinto school Tuesday afternoon on
the Lamar school grounds. The
score was 13 to 0. The" Lamar team
Is captained by Bob Prothro, who
also plays left end.
Dr. Camerun, Dentist 222 Mesa Ave.
Needing Glasses? See Dr. Horton,
with Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Klela, dlaeac.es of Lungs, Stomach,
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Received New Car.
Stumpy Roundtree, who has driven
an automobile on the stand for two
or throe yedrs, has Just received a
new Winton "6” for services there.
He spent the day yesterday "joy rid-
ing” his friends-
Derelict Dogs Numerous,
total of 570 dog licet%es have
been issued by the city tax.collector
so far this season. In r week the
dog catchers have caught 350 derelict
HEAD THIS BOOK
Over the Pass
By Frederick Palmer
“Author of the Vagabond”
A vivid romance of the down-
right West and the complex
East, Its principal scene a re-
gion of Arlxona between desert
and mountain range made fer-
tile hjr Irrigation,and the. labor
of a straightforward, lawless
people. . •* >
Marriage licenses Issued.
T'he following marriage licenses
were Issued yesterday at the county
clerk's office in the court house;
ON SALE DAILY
Until September 30th, 1912. Low round trip rate*
to all principal Eastern and Northern points. Final
return limit October 31st.
Kansas City .. 40.65
Cincinnati .... 84.05
Memphis ..... 44.70
GOLDEN STATE Lirrn i ill/
TO KANSAS CITY 14 HOURS TO CHICAGO 14 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS 7 HOURS
direct uxk and THROUGH SLEEPERS TO MEMPHIS.
For Bata, IT........... Roam, Bio. Ptaaae 5*4 or call City Ticket Office, *
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