L PASO HERALD JilEZflQElT . FEAH P. VILLA Bandits Are South of Chihuahua City, Says Commander; Troops Coming. Tfca- eTverrthins wrath of Juarez to i ..).. 1-ua Oty was quiet and that ire -was no bandits close to the city r-y rir-ctum. traa the statement .'ie Vcinsizr morning iy MaJ. Go-- ez Taffle, "bief of staff, at the Jua- r...tarv neaaqnartera. .i bandits operating: are south of feiahua, be declared, and there Is danper of any attack at Juarez. A ve cf 600 .troopF, infantry, is ex- i - zcj to tirilve at Jnarez within no o- tiiiea days, in order to s -diet;-en trio cam son- It Is ex i r. ea tiat iter. Murguu win De in . naD'l ot tAene troops. He has not sa Juarez lor some time, having oeca fper.iuns; aoout ujinaga. radilia He-tds Sonora March. Je.us Fad ills, arrived in Jua- r i-.esday nitJht from Chihuahua quartered tit the Sonora hotel. ' ' leave Tbizi'sdar. it was stated, i jti rJrandeti. Cblh- where he ike charge of the first' brigade tae nonnwestivn aniEion, wnicn iront to march into Sonora. These ooni :ac in ntim!er. under the com nd uf Co! Carflenae. left Juarez week for Casts Grandes. Gen. j.':i:a acconiUanied by A. S. 4,..- t and an orderly. Pirt Train far Three Bays. e train for abont three days ed :n Juarez Tuesday evening unaahua. There were more j a : "0 people on tbu train. It was v cf-! ;,g to reports received at t ' !".!.- Mexican consulate, the : "-! 'f ' !l!a followers are still in onchoi. valley below Chihuahua ., i.i arc not north of Sthe city. Re-icrts that Villa is threatening OJi-i have been denied. FlE&t at Diaz. Deport. report of a battle between Gen. ! pjro Fa.ela. and Villa at Diax sta- . au of Chihuahua, last Friday, t- en recei ed. It is claimed that ' -r Hi el as forces were defeated. ! v-oniing to other reports received E Pasi'. Viil is now marching to-.i- i the American border to the ' east of Chihuahua. It waa this jo.-t tnat caused ic to be believed - V ha intended to attack Juarez. : said that the city will make a - s-orxe defence with reinforcements : io7 are expected to arrive and also . i !, a. a of a. home guard that is i o 'n be organized. w, rding to another report, email i. ties 't armed Mexicans, believed . V.ibstas. are forming near ' ' " Benito, across the Rio Grande ct laji'as. Texas. VILLISTAS ARE GATHERING IN VICINITY OF BORDER . irK. Teras. Feb. C One nun , , and flfrv Villlstas have gathered - i e Mexican side of the line and operating in bands ranging irora re to 4 men. Forty are reported scouts to be as Bosque Bonito, and -.coins iemanoez witn ao is sap v1 frt he cominr north. federal forces in this district con st of uen. Pedro Faveia ana vv er Depredations by the Villlstas riTirv .. 1 ill nnrl leheen owned by i m-icam on the -Mexican side or i iic I: ae are learea ana eiioris are t c - e grade to secure permission to nss several thousand head to the ..ted States Alex. Mission Is Disbanded; No Conference Argentina Has No Plans for "Neutrality Conference" At Any Early Date. Buenos Aires, Arger.tlona. Feb. C. The special Mexican mission which arrived some weeks ago, it is announced, will disband next Sunday. Luis Cabrera, head of the delegation, will go to Paraguey: Gen. Montez will go to Chile and Gorzayn Ugarte will go to Brazil. They all expect to return to Buenos Aires at some future date. Regarding the probable time when tee proposed neutrality congress which the Mexicans came to attend will be held, the Argentinian foreign minister says the date is "very re mote," intimating that the' plan has been abandoned indefinitely. Starts "Outlaw" Band With One Man; Police Get Him Fined $25 Juan Cordova, a Mexican, was fined iZZ in the police court Tuesday on the charge of discharging firearms within the city limits. Cordova, the police said, became intoxicated Monday morning and started to organize & small band of outlaws. He met Aurello Mesa near the Pearson mill, on Itinth street, and torcea mm, at the point of a revolver, to join his embryo band. Mesa said be was looking for men to heln him do some work when he met Cordova. Several of the city detectives heard the shot and apprehended Cordova as ne was leaamir his man toward the Mexican border. Sonora Governor Wires Hunt de Lara Is Killed Phoenix. Ariz- Feb. 6. Governor Hunt has received a telegram from governor Calles, of Sonora. reciting that U Gutierrez de Lara "was killed while crossing the Altar district." De Lara had been an exile from Mexico for years, and warned to keep north of the line, lie was prominent as a uoor agitator in ros Angeles and In Arizona and has been under arrest TO THE RIB Juarez Street Improve ments Projected, Soon as Comercio Is Keady. Plans for the paving of Comercio street in Juarez are going ahead rapidly, and it Is expected that actual work will be started within the present month, according to mayor Fran cisco D. Gonzalez of Juarez. The street is being leveled by a gang of men, and a steam roller is being used to get ready for the paving. Property owners along the street will do the paving. It is estimated that the work will cost about ?1.S0 per square meter. nitnllthic To lie lined. Bithullthic paving similar to that in front of the municipal building will be used, several firms are figuring on the job. but no contract has been awarded yet by the city council. As soon as the details are decided uron actual work will be started. Mayor Gonzalez stated that as soon as Comercio street is paved steps will be taken to pave both streets leading to El Paso, the one to the Santa Fe bridge and the other to the Stanton street bridge. AUSTIN, S. P. WRITES WILL REBUILD OEFIGI. DIES Ride $14 Worth In a Service Car; Police Find Them Minus Cash Zamora Luna and Sins Cuuca were under arrest Wednesday morning by the police In default of $10 and $50 bonds respectively. It was charged that Cuuca hired an automobile from stand 449 Tuesday night, and in com pany with Luna and a woman rode around in the car several hours, finishing up at the stand at about 2:30 ednesaay morning. It was stated to the police that the woman refused to ride any longer with the -Mexicans and escaped from the car. Cuuca is alleged to have grabbed the woman and attempted to beat her, but was prevented by the chauffeur. when the Mexicans refused to pay for the automobile hire, the police were telephoned for. but before they arrived the woman had made her escape. The automobile bill for the evening was J14. When searched at th station the two men had less than tz between them, police officers said. BURGLARS TAKE CASH OUT OF BIG KID'S SLOT MACHINES 'he Big Kid's saloon in Juarez on amerdo street was broken into u sday evening by unknown bur-: '.trs sad the slot machines were robbed. The amount of money secured nas cot known, as it was not known . iw muci was in tne maenmez. xo n-sers were stolen, according to a statemert of the management made v. ednesdav noon. o money waa i ak-r from the saloon proper, it was stated. No arrests naa Deen. maae p to. noon VINTON SUPPLIES MANY RABBITS FOR EL PAS0ANS Vmton. Texas, Feb. 6. Babbits In coasideraMe numbers are being tsken into El Paso from the Vinton neigh borhood. The rabbits are killed by Mexican residents who haul them to LI Paso by the wagon load and ped dle them out. Duck hunters find ducks still plen tiful on the West Side. A number of El Paso hunters came out to enjoy the snort whin local hunters also in- dglge in to a large extent. several times on several counts of ATTACKS BURGLAR WITH AX: neutramy v.oiat.on. H pjRjrcj ajjj, gts tffffiy LEGALITY OF INHERITANCE TAX COLLECTORS IS UPHELD Austin. Tex Feb. 6. Constitution ality of the act of the 35th legisla ture, authorizing tne controier to ap Point and contract with nprtnna tn collect inheritance taxes, waa upheld today by the sunreme court In Award. inc a petition for & writ of mandamus in me- case, oi KODert Maua, tax collector of Travis county against H. B. Terren. controier. The mandamus Is to compel the controier to approve and issue his war. rants in payment of the account of R. B. Humphrey, an attorney, who had been appointed to collect the taxes. Humphrey has already entered into contracts wuu over 60 counties lor the collection of this tax, and nearly ,iw.vvu nas aireauy Deen collected. CHARGE OF BAD CHECK GETS C. L. RENSHAW JAIL SENTENCE An alleged bad check for ti. said to have been plvea n. local shnu er. resulted Wednesday In the county court at law In C L. Renshaw being tentenced to 30 days in jalL A plea of guilty was entered in the case. Special iudze William Pelnhrv niui disposed of the following Wednesday: Jose Munoz. vagrancy, 35 and costs; Maria Gonzalez, theft. 10 days. In the last case it was alleged a diamond was stolen from Max Atkin. but subsequently recovered by the police. j DR. ANNA REUM HELD ON 5300 BOND BY SHERIFF Dr. Anna Reum was placed under MM bond by sheriff Beth B. Orndorff eanesoay on a cnarge of unlawfully practicing medicine. Her case will be tried in the county court at law Dr. Reum was convicted of the same alleged offense about two month ago and sentenced to pay a S50 fine aim terve aays in jail, she appealed and final disposition of the case is pending. POLICE CAPTAIX ILL. Captain of police & H. Veater is confined to his home with a severe cold. It was believed at the station that his present condition is due to overwork. V GRAND OPENING INN CAFE (Formerly the Heidelberg) III South Santa Fe Street. Cabaret Under New Management. We wish to announce that on tomorrow, Thursday evening, Feb. 7, 1918, we will hold our Grand Opening. An invitation is extended to one and all to be present on that particular evening. Our new decorations, perfect service and good dean entertainment by the best artists that the country affords will appeal to the most fastidious. Lasi Bui Not Least DANCE MUSIC AND DANCE tLUOK WONDERFUL! Our Special Grand Opening Dinner From5lo9:30p. m.Jl.OO. OYSTER COCKTAIL CHICKEN GUMBO TOIED FILLET OF SOLE, TARTAR SAUCE ROAST YOUNG TURKEY, SAGE DRESSING L31ANBERRY SAUCE GREEK PEAS . -uii;k.e.n- salad hot mince pie or apple dumpling COFFEE. Tom King, Mgr. Cabaret. I Mrs. Lucretia J. Stedman, 507 Tor niuo street, naa an exciting encounter with a supposed burglar in her home Tuesday night, according to her state ment. .Mrs. btedman heard the man In her kitchen and, arming herself witn an ax, went alter him. The burglar had a revolver In his hand and when he saw Mrs. Stedman approaching with the ax he fired at her. missing her. The burglar escaped before Mrs. Stedman could make an attack on him. A3 the robber left the house he dropped a bundle of iresniy laundered clothes be was attempting to make away with. ARIZ. CATTLE GROWERS TO MEET IN N0GALES FEB. 14 Phoenix, Ariz.. Feb. 6. The Arizona Cattle Growers' association will hold Its annual meeting in Nogales, February 14-16. A number of government experts will be present to speak on range conditions and stock diseases. No answer has been returned the application for permission to use the Indian reservation for irrazlnc Several agents are known to have an swered that the grass supply is only sufficient for the needs of the cattle already on the reserves. CLEMENTS ASKED TO SPEAK TO EDITORS AT LITTLE ROCK Georsre TT. Clements, secretary of the El Paso chamber of commerce for the past year, has been Invited to address the next convention of the Na tional Editorial association at Little 3 Body Goes to Former Home at Houston; Clerk to President There. The body of W. D. Austin, 33 years of age, assistant superintendent of the Southern Pacific lines, with office in El Paso, who died Tuesday night after a short illness, will be sent to his former home at Houston, Texas, by McBean, Simmons & Hartford this evening. Mr. Austin came to El Paso on Jan. 1 to accept the position of assistant superintendent, and has been living with his wife and mother at 716 East Overland. Before coming to El Paso he was employed as chief clerk to the president of the road at Houston. He had been with the company for number of years. Besides his wife Mr. Austin is sur vived by his mother. Mrs. J. SL Austin, of Cuero. Tex- and a brother, J. C Austin, of Waco. Mr. Austin was member of the Masonic order.. FUNERAL FOR C. H. HANSEN, CLUB MANAGER, THURSDAY Funeral services for Charles II. Hansen, who died Saturday at a local hospital, at the age of 37 years, will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the Kaster undertaking chapeL Interment will be in Ever- creen cemetery. Decedent had been living here five years, and. up to the time ot the closing of the West Ysleta Country club, had been its manager. Prior to that he was associated with the late Frank R. Tobln in the real estate business. Mr. Hansen was a member of the Elks at Mason City. Iowa; the Knights of Pythias at Vermillion, S. D- and the Masons at Tama, Iowa. Deceased is survived by his wife, at Hotchkiss, Colo.: his father, H. B. Hansen; two brothers and two sisters at Fargo, N. D. One of the sisters. Miss Louise Hansen, is here to attend the funeral. FUNERAL OF pTbThINTON ON THURSDAY AT ST. PATRICK'S Funeral services for P. B. Hinton, 41 years of age, 59S1 McKinley avenue, who died Tuesday, will be held Thursday morning from St. Patrick's cathedral, where a high mass will be said. Internment will be in Evergreen cemetery. The pallbearers will be George E. Payne. Judge J. M. Dea-ver, P. W. Mayer. It. K. Lyons, M. A.: Graham and Charles PoweU. Mr. Hinton had been ill for the past two years and his death was expected for some time. He is survived by his wive, a five year old son and a sister. Miss Lee Hinton. Mr. Hinton had lived in this city for a number of years and was engaged in the realty business actively until taken sick. He was a member of the B. P. O. Elks. Mils. rrAnmc WIGHT. The body ot Mrs. Carrie Wight, 3S years of age, who died at a local sanatorium Tuesday evening, was sent to Roxton, Texas. lor interment Dy the J. J. Kaster comDanv Wednesday. Mrs. Wight was a health seeker and had no relatives here. IN MEMORIAM (Notices under thii headloc accepted far nnhltcntlnn at tha reAdlfir notice rate.) We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to our many mends for the beautiful flowers and the many acts of kindness rendered us during the illness and death of our dear wife. daughter and sister. Pearl Gro.be; also to thank the Episcopal choir for the music. Mr. August Grube, Mrs. N. C. Price. Mrs. Jewell Clayton. PAID TO JOHN L I1CE1TIIIL Funeral Services Are Held, With James J. Corhett One of the Pallbearers. Boston, Mass.. reb. 6. Final tribute to a great champion was paid today when the body of John L. Sullivan was buried in Calvary cemetery. In the crowds that lined the tnow filled streets as the casket was borne from the home ot Sullivan's sister. Mrs. Annie Lennon, to Sc. Pad's church, where the funeral mass was cele brated, were scores of children bid ding farewell to their big "pal.' whose watchword was courage and who regaled them with stories of Kings and presidents he had met. At the funeral wero men and women irom every walk of lire. Temperance Leaders There. Leaders ot the temperance move ment were there to te-tlfy to the regard for the man who boasted that his greatest victory was gained when he conquered drink. Many were there also whom the former champion had neiped in tneir hours of need, while neighbors journeyed from his former home, in Ablngton. where he died suddenly of heart disease last Saturday. Nor did the sporting fraternity lorget mcir once great iaoi, ana tney came in numbers from far and near. The burial was in Calvary, at Forest mils, oesiae tne Doay ot sulllvans wife. James J. Corbett. who won the championship from Sullivan In New Orleans, was one of the pallbearers. Enemy Aliens Cannot Be Notaries Public Or Attorneys In Texas Austin, Tex. Feb. 6. The attorney general's department today, in answering an inquiry from the secretary of state's office, held that an enemy alien Is Ineligible to hold the office of notary public or to be licensed as an attorney at law In this state. The opinion states that it is exnect- ing entirely too much of human na ture to reauire an alien enemv. who owes allegiance to a government at war witn this government, to faithfully live un to the ofaliiratlonR of these oaths. Sheriff On Trail Of Supposed Confederate ' Of King; Arrests Girl Sheriff Seth B. Orndorff is working on the trail ot a supposed confeder- Rock, Ark, June 3 to 10. His subject I ate of Ed J. King, alias Raymond A assigned was. "A Newspaper Man ! Swett. who was shot and kilted the vvitn rersmng tn aiexieo. xne invitation came from H. C Hoatllng. president ot the organization. Mr. Clements has not yet decided as to whether he will accept or not. Mr. Clements represented New York news papers on tne persuing expedition. HEALTH SEEKER CONVICTED, VIOLATING ESPIONAGE ACT Denver, Colo.. Feb. 6. Perley B. Doe, a health seeker, was convicted on six counts of violating the espionage act in federal district court today. The conviction was the first under tne espionage act secured in Colorado. Doe formerly was a letter carrier in Boston and is said to be a son ot a former federal judge in New Hampshire. Two indictments figured in the case, one charging that Dos wilfully circulated distorted Quotations from the notes sent to Germany by president Wilson in the case of the sinking of the steamer Sussex with Intent to Injure the United States government, and the other that he mailed copies of these quotations, which were held to be unmailable literature. Beautiful Calendar Free. If you will call at either of our offices in Hotel Sheldon or Paso del rorte yon will be given free a beauti-' Central's tracks, ful calendar. This calendar will re-! mind you that for Business. Baggage, Or Pleasure Always Telephone Three-WO. Cllr Serrie Co- It. n r.mn Autos, Moving, Baggage. Taxis. Adv New Mexico Railroad Sold to S. C. Munoz; Other Line to Sellers. Santa Fe, N. M, Feb. 5. A IS00.083 corporation is to rebuild the New Mexico Central railroad, according to S. C Munoz. of New York, who yes terday bought the railroad at a spe cial master's sale for $300,090. Mr. Munoz Is head of the Federal Export corporation and president of the New Mexico Central Railway company. The onlv other bidder was M. S. Radetzkr. of Denver, who offered nan Th. Aihnrmrmie Kastern. a branch of the New Mexico Central, was sold to D. K. 15. sellers, receiver ior mn Dominion Construction company, for $12,000. N. M. Central I 11C.7 Miles Long. The New Mexico Central railway is 116.7 miles In length, extending from snntn Va tn Torrance on the El Paso & Southwestern railway, crossing the main line of the Aicmson. Mopena. Santa Fe at Kennedy and the latter road's "Belen cutoff" at Wlllard. The branch of the New Mexico Central, known as the Albuquerque Eastern, has been graded nearly all the way from Moriarty. . . The New Mexico Central Is esti- TnitiH n havn cost about S2.000.000. The road was originally promoted by Joseph IL Torrance ana Annur Kennedy, of Pittsburg, and William H. Andrews, later delegate in congress from New Mexico. Andrews is credited with being the prime mover in the enterprise. Torrance Is said to have spent JI.SIO.000 and Kennedy 1750,000 on the project. Three national 'banks which failed in Pittsburg were involved in its financing. Completed shortly after 1900 as the Santa Fe Central from Santa Fe to Torrance it was thus operated until 1903. Bonds Are Issued. In the meantime the Albuquerque Eastern obtained a charter and a ricrht of way from Moriarty bo Al buquerque and from Frost to the Hi- gait coal iieias. in isui u i roads were consolidated as the New Mexico Central. The New Mexico Central issued SJ.OOO.QOO in bonds to take up 1,200.000 ot bonds of the Albuquerque Eastern and 53,000,000 of bonds of the Santa Fe Central. the balance to be used la construction of the Albuquerque Eastern and to improve the Santa Fe Central. Gees Into Receivership. Canital was not forthcoming, and In June, 1910. the New Mexico Central was thrown into a receivership. IE Charles D. Murray of Pittsburg being I E th first receiver. He remained la s charge of the Central for five years, , lmt meanwhile resigned the receiver-! ship of the Albuquerque Eastern, for mer LiOT. a. uierp. ot bjluio, x-c, hAin- annotated tn this nosition. Mr. Murray was succeeded as receiver in 1915 by Ralph C. Ely. the latter under orders ot district Judge Holloman giving place in tne summer ot to CoL RalDh E. Twlchell Tnft New Mexico uencrai serveo nrinrlnallv th nlatean In Torrance county known as the Estancia valley wnicn tn me past ten ywr u uo.i-nneit into an Important and populous bean and stock raising section. There are coal deposits, four miles from Clark, a station 35 miles south of Santa Fe, and approximately i.uuv.uuo tons of a superior quality or coal have been blocked out at Hagan. The Estancia valley also has large saline deposits a short distance east of the 5 . 1. OPEWED Are Designated for Entry on March 11 under stocK-raising Homestead. Washington. D. C Feb. 6. More than 500,000 acres of land in eastern Chaves county, N. U and Including a portion ot the Roswell land district, have been designated for entry March 11 under the stock raising homestead, secretary Lane announced today. Approximately 250.000 acres are vacant public lands: the remainder are already covered by applications which have preference in right of entry. The lands have been classed as chiefly valuable for grazing and ioraga crop raising. TO SEARCH STATE FOR" 150 ESCAPED CONVICTS Florence. Ariz., Feb. 6. W. C Tru man, a former sheriff of Pinal county, has been delegated by the prison superintendent to the task of visit-ng all the county seats ot Arizona, In an eiiori to trace too convicts, mainly Mexicans, who have escaped from road gangs within the past five years. Ho has taken with him a large book containing photographs, descriptions and histories ot the men wanted and will seek the cooperation of all sner-lffs and peace officers. CAFE BOY ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF TAKING SILVER Maurico Perez, 20 years of age. Ninth and Chihuahua street, was arrested by detectives C Matthews and L Ware Wednesday on a charge of taking sllrerwara from the Modern cafe. Perez was employed at the Modern as a "bus boy." He recently married. A large quantity of silver invions, knives and forks was recovered. TI SE Otero Crops Got Abundant Moisture From Rain and Snow. Alamogordo, N. 3C Feb. t. Th farmers suothwest of Alamogordo are doing some effective road work on their highways. These men. including Tom Boatwright, J. W. Bennett, J. D. Swope, Mack Jehl. Ben Apel. J. W. ICIng and R. B. Rose, have, at their own expense, graveled the Crow Flat road for nearly one mile. This, road was recently graded la that section and the farmers will soon have the highway graded to Alamogordo. Thev have made the proposition that, if Alamogordo will gravel Maryland avenue, they will gravel the 400 yards from Maryland avenue to the point where the road leaves the town ltmir Good Crops Assured. Alamogordo has had enough rain and snow within the last three weeks to insure good crops for the truck growers this spring. The temperature at one time was 11 below zero. The sudden jump from zero to warm weather. Thursday, caused a number of stoves to explode, the owners, in some Instances, barely escaping; In-Jury. W. L. Epence is In Albuquerque on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Riddle left recently for a visit with relatives in Denton, Tex. Miss Pearl Frasier was hostess to the Knlt-a-BIt club. The members present were: Misses Sadio Scipio. Mlllfa Stuart. Dorothy Stephenson, Besse Graham, Georgle and Ellen Hunter and Mrs. p. B. ShotwelL Mrs. Vida M. Merrill and Sam Fish, were married in Alamegordo by Justice Bryas. Con repairing our specialty. Allen Arms & Cycle Co. 404 X. Oregon St. t Adv niuiiiimHmwiirmtmmnmimtniniiuiuimiiitmmtimmnniniiuiiiniiiiiiiiinliwiiii Bell-apis Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Drup-msts SSf & & t&esTeo MS I refund money if it fails. 25c ! s Special Sale of ART RUGS RESERVATIONS FOR ANNUAL DINNER ARE GOING FAST Reservations for the annual chamber of commerce dinner to be held Thursday evenlnc at Hotel Sheldon are going fast, it was reported at the chamber Wednesday morning. It was expected that all of the 200 plates would be taken by Thursday morning. The entertainment committee is working hard on all program details. ana me 11st ot speaKers and various features will be interesting and complete. The dinner is scheduled to start at 7:30 odock. STREET CAR STRIKES AUTO OF MRS. JONES; SHOCKS HER A Boulevard street car collided witn an automobile driven br Mrs. k. P. Jones Tuesday afternoon and practically wrecked the automobile. Mrs. Jones was driving with two other women. No one was injured, though Mrs. Jones received a svrp. shock that kept her confined to her home Wednesday. ROGERS FURNITURE CO. FILES FINAL STOCK PROOF Austin, Texas. Feb. 6. Proof of final payments of its capital stock was made today in the state department by the Rogers Furniture company, of El Paso. The capital stock 13 tiav.uvv. was trying to escape from his cap tors. rihe sheriff has in custody a woman. Ellen Willard, who Has been a friend of King for a long time, and irom wnom it is nopeu to secure some valuable information. I However, she stoutly denies knowing anything of King's alleged criminal record. It was said Wednesday. The sheriff is working in conjunction with detectives at Salt Lake City for King's supposed confederate. The woman, who is only about 22 years old. is said to have come to El Paso about the time of King's arrest to meet him. It was about the time ane went to view jvmi. a uwj 1 ; M ch. wa, ta1fn fn r.nittodv hv tbe'hj sheriff. The woman, who is an accomplished musician, is said to have first met King at Los Angeles about two years ago. The man is said to nave naa a number of aliases and was Identified through linger prints at a aepart- ment of justice bureau at Leavenworth. His last alleged offence before coming to El Paso was impersonating an army officer at Mobile, Ala. m m -ELERT M'.PHED POTATOES I BIJOU I j THEATRE TODAY ruic cd nu ccrnwn ctai?V STRAINING HIP; TKtATtU wniie removing oia pipe irom mei second story or tne uoneumers icr aa .nMv'a KtillHinc- i t vlnrnc A and ' First streets Wednesday morning, f Trinidad Orana fell from the build- t Ing and severely strained his left hip. i S The man was taken to the emergency t hospital, where he was treated byij Dr. John Hardy. The doctor stated the extent of the Injuries could not , be definitely determined until a ra-1 diograrh of the injured hip is taken. HELD ON PISTOL CHARGE. Jose Cordova was arrested by the nniicA Tiipsdav nieht and is held on a charge of disturbing the peace and carrying a pistol: coroova naa an ar. cnmenl with some fellow country men earlier in the evening and re ceived a slight knife scratch. TIC THEATER TONIGHT U. S. BORDER GIRLS rRESEXTXfG "A Day on the Board Walk" A Sraihore Comedy Extra Added Attraction the Entire Week Helen Gray and Go. Beantifnl Living Klcctrlcal Transformation 3 Shows Every Night Show 6:43. b'iOO and 9l30 Matinee Every Sunday Admtaiion 13c and 23e CIIANOE OF PnOGRAM MONDAY AND TIII RSDAY BILLIE 1 BURKE I Today in a New Paramount 1 "The Land I f I Promise" J p Piquant Billle Burke in e the greatest story of her g m wonderfully brilliant ca- Hi reer. A story that made Broadway sit up and take notice when presented on g the stage. A Paramount Picture you simply must not miss. 5 I lhambrj 'fiwniiMiNiiiiiiitwiiffliwm We make a specialty of growing BAB.TLETT FEirt TrtEE V0tt8g AS" an1 "HOLING P.-me list mailed on request R0SEDALE NURSERIES AND ORCHARDS. M. L CADWALLADER, Mgr. I1P..O. Tex. R.F. D. 1. 6 Phone 5310. RUTH ROLAND In a thrilling drama "Counterfeit Clues" ALSO The Universal Gurrent Events COMING- To The TEXAS GRAND THEATER The Kver Popular In Old Kentucky S CARS, 50 PEOPLE riCKAMNMK IIA.D THOROUGHBRED HORSES YOU HAVE seen it advertised? We sell it!!! Pratt & Lambei't's 61 Floor Varnish, lest it tvitli a hammer. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO. mmmmmmmmai aKaElflBssHBEssnHHHHBIW9 S I Cateriac to Ladles Children CrawfohD I I - - " 1 1 IB 4 Hliriirl PI.one3966 jl m vw uu unuuil H tvery Night at 8:Z0 I H I ES Am Tnn'to n- 1 I K9 lr.l. a .... 119 19 fore when , on . "' El I I I f Otis Oliver PJsvers. in 11 I LOLITA ROBERTSON lpf : H And Comnnysit Exceptional 9 afelttjiJ 'Qf fill I 1 1 Texas Grand rM" 1 K 29 , ! A see Show at Popular Prices Jm &a ALL THIS WEEK H . I N H Ii wer Floor stic B HO JaInee Tue, Thu.. Snt. Balcony 33c f IS ?'Sh. -Mr. T5r. SSI.IMI, ll0 IB f.allery e H B'ESS Matinee S5e, 50e. 75c. fl.oo H Boxes .. 75,. B D Eg 'iu the irar tax. Eg Ladlem' Matlneca Wed. Sat.. 1 S 9)1 &3 Srat Sa,e Crawford Theater 9H 30- 3-33e. ffl B ipt ffnraM-nM- ,1,., BJj rlu ,b" wr T" B We begin tomorrow a sale on Congoleum Art Rugs that will afford El Paso housekeepers an opportunity to secure these desirable rugs and at the same time save considerable money. If you want to know just how much you are saving see the Congoleum ad, in last week's Saturday Evening Post. SPECIAL PRICES ARE 3x4 CONGOLEUM RUGS SO 3x6 CONGOLEUM RUGS $120 4y2x4y2 CONGOLEUM RUGS ...$1.80 414x6 CONGOLEUM RUGS .....$2.10 6x6 CONGOLEUM RUGS $2.40 6x12 CONGOLEUM RUGS $4 AO 9x1 0y2 CONGOLEUM RUGS . . . .$7.75 i 9x12 CONGOLEUM RUGS $9.00 I A Congoleum Rug is ideal for floor covering. They i are sanitary and are easily and quickly cleaned. They lie in i place without being tacked and give exceptional wearing ser- vice. Just the thing for the bathroom, kitchen, dining room and I hall. Take advantage of the above low prices. Out of loxsn housekeepers are hviled to lake aJvanlege I of this special sale. The saving will more than pay the for- I Warding charge. I Krakauer, Zork & Moyes S., I. j 1 17 San Antonio St TeL 1040 Use It I TiiininHlinunniminiiinmmiHiminiiiiMiniiiiiHiiiMiuimiiiiuHiiiMHiiiinminniminnimmnnimuniroiiiiigimro Special Announcement To the Theatre Goer of El Paso I respectfully wish to call your attention to the forthcoming engagement of Miss Emma Bunting and her company at the "Crawford Theatre," starting Sunday Matinee Feb. 1 0th. Miss Bunting has Tilled successfully engagements lasting from one to two years in Atlanta, New Orleans. Memphis. San Antonio. Oklahoma Gty. etc.. and will present during her stay here such well known successes as Peter Pan. The Heart of Wetona, Seventeen. Merely Mary Ann. The Littlest Rebel. Peg O' My Heart, and others. Miss Bunting brings with her a company of sterling merit, two carloads of scenery and properties, and each play will be elaborately mounted and correctly staged. I have no hesitancy in recommending Miss Bunting and her company to El' Paso, and personally recommend the attraction to be one of unusual excellence. E. F. MAXWELL, Mgr. Crawford Theatre. Opening Play, "JERRY"
Clipped articles people have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 22,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month