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There never was a BETTER TIME to buy Real
Estate in El Paso. Every indication and all in
formation warrants' investment NOW. If you can
beat these prices we would like to know it.
We have for sale on Mesa avenue We "have a 9 room brick house
a corner in the paved district. It near Washington Park, 75x140
is listed at 25 less than its foot lot. every convenience; you
value; 65x120; the (yigAA should see this -home; good
priceis tfKUV terms; the price- J735Q
Cn Montana street we can sell is Vv -A , j .
you two lots, south front, includ- 5 room house on Boulevard, south
!. ...$2ooo sttWs.::.ata."$4200
W nan nv sood terms on them. 4 room house, brick, on San An-
3 lots on Montana street, south
fronts, including d O O f A
paving; the price isP- "U 5 r0Om brick house, Wyoming St.
5 room house on corner Xorth near Southwestern shops, south
Campbell St. A beautiful home, front, in good repair, a .bargain in
every convenience. dJEQAA- every particular; just think of it,
only a55UU theprfceis &2500
On Eio Grande street we have a onJy ---- -..P&V
7 room house, large porches, mod- xa terms-
ern in every respect. You should We have a 4 room brick on the
see this beautiful $7QEf ear ne Deautiful location, south
home- price -P OOU front. We can sell this piece on a
We can sell Vou a 6 room house PaJe.nfc of ?300, bate month
on 50x160 fooc lot. south front, . T5 If on tlu3 $2400
on terms of $500 cash, balance in as only jgew
monthly -oayments; 4?f CflU 5 lots on Eio Grande 0 f K A
price ."..t.-- frOUU street, comer, only.. tP&Ju?y
How Would You Like a Fine
We have tracts of various
double in a few years.
We have 180 acres near San Eli
zario, signed up, one of the best
large tracts an the valley. It is a
20 acres in the Vineyard Tract in
Socorro, large ditch Ijhrough it.
Price for a short d J? f(
time only, per acre tP"vevU
7nU nTf5 Tirr Tnrnillo. the biff-
5?ZrJ? SI 6.50
We have a fine piece of land in
Ysleta of 57 acres, all signed up
for .water; has a 9 room adobe
Bemember, it will give us pleasure to show you.
Autos at your service.
if you have any property for sale or houses to rent,
list with us. We will get results.
PBQIE 352 304
East El Paso Town Company
Discusses Magazine Rates
and Strike Situation in
Henry W. Taft, man pf many Inter
ests, but principally of interest to the
public as brother of president Taft,
passed through Er'Paso this morning
Tvith his wife, a niece, a maid and a
number of trunks. He came from the
City of Mexico over the National Ttail
ways, and departed on the Southern
Pacific for California '-winter resorts.
Bet-ween the arrival and departure
of trains 3Ir. Taft, "who is more symet
ricaljy constructed than his brother,
president, said a great many things.
He is an attorney, and spoke more as
a lawyer, than "judicial temperament"
would allow a president to do.
''What is your opinion regarding the
raise in magazine rates' proposed by
the president?" Mr. Taft did not hesi
tate, "I think it's right, don't you?" he
said, and asked.
"There is a certain worth for a long
II CITY FDR TEN
tonio street; this
is a P UP a
sizes at prices that will
house, about 4500 grape vines and
a pumping plant. It is "within 5
minutes' "walk of the depot. We
have a good price on it. See us
In the Christy Valley Tract, lo
cated 9 miles "below El Paso, we
can sell you land that is located
on the county road, and at prices
This would make you an ideal
country home. Our terms are
easy 10 down, balance monthly.
carry of mail. "Why should not the
magazines pay a corresponding rate
to you and I and to our 2 cent-stamp?"
"Have you read tne magazine hysteria
about the government being the larg
est customer of the mail service, and
yet paying for mail from five to ten
times more than anybody else?" he
"True, but the rates must corres
pond between all classes of mail," con
tinued the president's brother as the
Taft , trunks were being hurriedly
weighed. ''Yes, I am .general counsel
lor the National Railways at New York,
but 'my opinion of the mail jjuestlon is
not based On my railroad work. That
is another matter."
Speaking of the railways of Mexico
"The American railroad men are
threatening a strike, and it looks very
serious Indeed, very serious. "5 es, they I
have petitioned the railroad officials,
and they are holding conferences about
"Who is right, who will win In the
matter anyway?" he was queried.
But Henry VT. Taft did not answer
if he heard. He matie a rush for his
train, and a 10 minutes' visit in El
Paso -was ended.
Sentences at Fort Bliss
Prisoners Ordered to
Before a general ppurtmartiai
at Fort Bliss private Dennis O. Thrash-
(Government Hill Company EB
I ." ( Christy Tract Kjg
Nervous People Are Frequent Sufferers
From Too Much Hydroehlorle
Acid in the Stomach.
A Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Sent Tree.
"Sour stomach," or acid dyspepsia is
a form of indigestion in which entire
ly too much hydrochloric acid is se
creted by the stomach. A sour taste
in the mouth is the most common
symptom of acid dyspepsia; and the
saliva, which is normally alkaline, is
found, when tested, to be changed to
acid, or "just the opposite of what it
should be, and is a state of the secre
tion which causes rapid and extensive
destruction of the teeth.
Everything eaten turns more or less
sour in the stomach, but sweets and
acid fruits are far worse in this re
spect than other foods. If the eructa
tion of liquids from the stomach oc
curs, they have such an extremely
sour taste as to set the teeth on edge.
Hydrochloric acid is an important
constituent in the gastric juice, but
when too much of it is secreted, it does
positive harm to the mucous lining of
the stomach; and when acid dyspepsia
is long continued it often sets up
chronic gastritis, gastric ulcer, and
other serious diseases. The premature
loss of all the teeth has been caused
byacid saliva, which was dependent
upon the excessively acid condition of
STUART'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS,
besides furnishing pure, aseptic pepsin
to the stomach to dilute the excess of
hydrochloric acid, and to digest pro
teids and albuminous foods very thor
oughly, also contain bismuth subni
trate and calcium carbonate, which are
antagonistic to the acid, and therefore
neutralize the effect of tne excessive
amount of acid in the stomach, and
the continued use of these tablets will
change the perverted condition of the
secretions to a normal stater
If you are suffering from "hyper-chlor-hydra,"
as physicians term it,
or in other words, acid dyspepsia, and
experience a sour taste in the mouth,
with acid eructations dr heartburn, be
gin at once the use of Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets, using one or two after
each meal, or as may be required, and
the same quantity at retiring time, for
if this trouble is allowed to run on,
it may cause serious organic changes
in the Stomach. There are cases on
record where the lining of the stom
ach has been completely eaten away
through perverted action of the secre
tions. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have been
tried in all forms of indigestion and
dyspepsia, with unfailing success, so
that no matter which form you may
be suffering from, the quickest way to
bring about a cure is through the use
of these powerful stomach tablets.
Secure from your druggist a fifty
cent box, and get cured of acid dyspep
sia, or -whatever form of indigestion
you may be suffering. Also send us
your name and address for free sample.
Address F. A. Stuart Company, 150 Stu
art Building, Marshall, Mich.
er. Company B, 19 th infantry was tried
on a charge of "Conduct to the preju
dice of good order and military disci
pline, in violatio nof the 62nd article
of war," in that private (then corporal)
Thrasher did enter the quarters of 2nd.'
Lieut. F. B. Terrell without authority,
at Fort Bliss, about 7 oclock p. m., No
vember 27, 1909; also that defendant
was found cominginto the post in the
vicinity of the south gate, in violation
of post orders, about S a. m. November
23, 1909, and that further, he left his
company quarters after being ordered
to remain in the same by his company
commander, at Fort Bliss, between 7
oclock p. m., November 27, and S oclock
a. m., November 28; further, that -he
was drunk in the post, about 7 p. m.,
November 27. Th,e court Sentenced
him to be confined at" hard labor, under
charge of the post guard, for two
months, and to forfeit SIO per month,
for the same period.
Privates "William n. Appel and Leo
pold Daigle. Company.B, 19th Infantry,
are transferred to the hospital corps
and assigned to Fort Bliss for duty.
Private Alfred Callahan, Company B,
19th infantry, was tried on a charge
of desertion, In violation of the 47th
article of war and lnsincr nrtila nf
his uniform clothing and accoutrements. J
He was sentenced to a dishonorable i
discharge, forfeiture of all pay and al
lowance due him, and confinement at
hard labor for three months.
Private George T. Jamieson, Company
D, 19th infantry, Fort Bliss, has been
ordered transferred to the 23d Infantry,
to take effect January 28, and will be
left at his present station on the de
parture of the 19th Infantry for the
Sergt. William A. Bailey, signal
corps, has been ordered from San An
tonio to Fort Bliss, for the purpose of
inspecting the telephone system and
making such, repairs as may be neces
sary. Upon completion of this duty
Sergt. Bailey will go to Fort Clark.
Bad habits cost money, time,
aches, ails, trduble.
YvUyxt's the use?
Coffee drinking is a" bad habit
for seme people.
Go to the primer class if 3'ou
haven't yet learned that.
It's different when vou drink
To prove this to your own satis
faction change irom coffee to well
made Postnm for 10 days.
1 ' There s a Keason"
Post-um Cereal .Co.. Ltd.
Battle Greek. Mich.
Texas, making a like inspection and
necessary repairs at that post.
The following militan" convicts will
be sent from Fort Bliss under proper
guard to Fort Sam Houston, Texas, for
confinement awaiting transfer to the
1 United States military prison at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas: Franklin .T. Alt
land, Thomas C. Carter, "tt'alter Mc
Cary, Jacob Miller, "William TVeber.
"When the troops leave Fort Bliss 2d.
Lieut- Alvin " G. Gutensohn, with two
sergeants, two corporals and 20 pri
vates of the 1st battalion will remain
at Fort Bliss until the arrival of the
23d infantry in this department. The
enlisted men to remain behind will be
selected by the battalfon commanders.
The United States senate has con
firmed the appointment of Col. "Walter
Howe to be a brigadier general, re
tired. He is father of district attorhey
"W. D. Howe, of El Paso.
The following are the names of hon
or graduates of distinguished institu
tions of learning of the class of 1909,
who have been designated for appoint
ment as second lieutenants in the army.
found physically qualified, and will be J
nominated to the senate for appoint
For appointment in the field artil-
iery iieuisc ciochj --j -"- ""'u
School, Manlius, N. Y.
For appointment in the infantry
Clarence McCain McMurray, South
Carolina Military Academy; Guy Icha
bod Rowe, Norwich University, North
field. Vt.'; John Magruder, Virginia
Military Institute, Lexington, Va.;
Charles Martin -Everitt, Culver Military
Academy, Culver, Ind.
N Leave for one month, upon the de
l J.1 -I A it- n -- -f-Sn C?r
nnrinro rT rn- i :i l 1 1 uiifiiiLi v iium &l
Francisco, Cal., is granted chaplain j
Robert R. Fleming, jr., 19th infantry.
Leave for 15 days, to take effect at
such time as to enable' him to join his
command at San Francisco, not later
than February 4, 1910, is granted 2d
Lieut. Frederick B. Terrell, 19th in
fantry. He will visit his parents at
San Antonio and his wifejs parents at
Leave for 12 days, at such time as to
enable him to join his command at
l San Francisco, not later than Febru
ary 4, 1910. has been granted 1st Lieut.
Julian L. Dodge, who has gone to ban
Francisco to act as best man at the
wedding of Capt. TVetherell.
Sergt. first class John H. West, H.
C, Fort Bliss, Texas, will be' sent at
once to Fort Sam Houston to relieve
Sergt. first ctess John Huff. H. C, who
will be sent to Fort Bliss for duty.
From the time the headquarters and
battalion of the 19th 'infantry now sta
tioned at Fort Bliss leaves the post un
til the 23d infantry battalion and head
quarters arrives in April, the mesa mil
itary post will be deserted except for i
a detail of soldiers whi will, care for the
post under command of a few officers
until the 23d arrives. The 19th leaves
for San Francisco on the 31st of Janu
ary and will sail for the islands upon
the arrival there.
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll in El Paso.
(Continued From Page Six.)
plete public returns must be made with
in 35 days. The failure to meet any
of these requirements makes the elec
tion void. The candidate is responsible
for his duly appointed agent, and for
all other supporters who may be work
ing in his behalf as bona fide agents,
whether with or without the knowledge
of the candidate.
'Any bribery by any agent voids the
election, and bribery is defined as the
giving or promising to give, whether the
promise is kept or broken, of any mon
ey, or anything worth money, or any
treat of food or drink, or any employ
ment or promise of employment, or any
pay for loss of time while voting. Tnus
a supporter of a candidate may, without
the candidate's knowledge and against
his express orders, treat another man
to a glass of beer in exchange for a
vote. That act would void the election
and unseat the member. Employers are
prohibited, under heavy penalties, from
influencing the votes of their employes,
and the beneficiary of sudh undue in
fluence loses his seat.
Candidates Must Be Careful.
This law, of course, Is not obeyed to
the letter, but it is a constant reminder
to candidates and their agents to be
very, very careful. The law prohibits
the hiring of bands of music, and,
therefore, English political speakings
are without the inspiration of brass
imusic The law prohibits the purchase
or giving away of badges of distinc
tion. An enthusiastic party man at a
recent election printed, at his own ex
pense, some cards to be worn in hats,
bearing the name of the party candidate
for parliament- The expense altogether
was $10, and the candidate knew noth
ing of it. But the law had been broken
in his behalf, and he lost his seat in
Election expenses incurred by the
party for party purposes, and not in the
interest of any particular candidate, do
not come under the law. A great deal of
money is spent in this w?,y, and there Is
some corruption. A district may be
flooded with free beer and free coal, as
is often done in London, by "charitable
organizations" with political intent.
The result of all thisv machinery is
that the house of commons is elected by
a system so nearly free from corruption"
that uo taint lies on the title of the
house to represent the will of the elec
tors. Cumbersome as it is. it is a far
better election system than any other
that has been devised for the mainte
nance of tlie purity and dignity of the
ballot. The house of commons comes
to London as the voice of th people.
Tomorrow The Tariff P.eform Issue.
J. Flynn was firid $25 in police court
Tuesday evening on a charge of ,vag
rsinev uDon the complaint of oneiof the
men at Pomeroy s staoies, where Tie had
1 attempted to sleep and refused to leave
! when ordered out.
A. McGIlviry, a beotenman, was fined
$3 for trespassing, it being charged that
he had goneto 510 South Kansas street,
occupied a 'room there and left Tarty In
the morning before the proprietor
Adolfo V-arela,, charged with break
ing a plate glass at 515 South El Paso
street, and' using abusive language to
the policeman who arrested him, was
The Thiel Detective Service company
has opened an El Paso office which
will control the business of the com
pany m the southwest. -"""
Judge .T. C. Dempsey nas located ir
El Paso from Bowling Green. Mo. Rt
Is a personal friend of Champ Clark. !
Tlcmncratio leader in COnfrresS. . '
much you drink as how
much you enjoy drinking what
you do drink that does you good.
Will excite the most tired . appetite.
Makes -you eat like a youngster.
For Safe By Good Grocers.
Owiers Petition Council to
Remove Obstruction at
Following the action taken by South
Stanton street property owners to se
cure a free bridge across the Rio
Grande on that street. South Oregon
street owners have prepared a 'petition
which will be presented to the council
at the regular meeting Thursday and
will ask that the street be paved, to the
' "Want Obstruction Removed.
The petition follows:
To the honorable mayor and council of
the city of El Paso, Texas.
Gentlemen: We, the undersigned, j
owners of property on South Oregon j
street, do hereby respectfully petition
your honorable body to take the neces
sary steps for the removal of the ob
struction on said street at the south
side of Seventh streets maintained by
one George "W. "Wiley.
"We respectfully submit that this
matter has been brought b'efore the
council heretofore, but we are unable j
to find that anything has been accom
plished toward the removal of said ob
struction. We also respectfully submit that said
obstruction is resulting in an injury to
us in that its presence has the effect
of materially retarding the proper
growth of the city; that owners of prop
erty are pushing their interests on other
streets, freely using the argument that
our street is not open for traffic; that
the official city map does not show the
obstruction and that in one well au
thenticated caso at least, a non-resident
purchased valuable property on this
street without knowing that such ob
Urse Immediate Action.
We submit finally that the ground
occunied by the said obstruction is
daily increasing in value which .con-
SlUUtea ii anv.., no...w.. .. j - -
diate action snouia De ianen.
Howell Jordan, Hugh A. McLean,
Fenchler Bros- Mary S. P. Hanimett,
W. J. Harris, Chas. De Groff, R. N.
Hines,'T. B.Dockery, J. H. Smith. Gus
Moms'en. judge J. J. Hawkins, E. V.
Berrien, Qhas. Zeiger, G. W. Emerson,
James J. Watts, Louis Behr, F. A. Tay
lor E. E. Mclntyre, T. F. Schraucker,
Geo. Flory. Phil Bargman, Ellis Bros.,
J. Donahue, Chas. F. Cox. J. L. Rlggs.
C C SheP'-n. A. P. Coles, Watts, Brown
and Morr l. Will J. Fewel, C. N. Bas
sett Mag. in and Richardson. Marcos
Vrias A.. D. Clardy, by J. H. Smith,
agent'; T. W. Gallagher, E. A. . Moss.
Deslogue and Clardy, G. A. MacTosh. A.
A Croswhite. Lee Moor. Mary C. Hills,
estate of C. E. Shackford, American Na
tional bank. Chas. L. Rogers. C. R.
Morehead, Florence L. Hines, W- A.
Morehouse. A. B. Urmston, Walter Ear
hart Felix Robert. J. G. Walnwrlght
-state Richard H. Thorne, Times Pub
lishing Co., S. Engleking. J. T. Nesom,
Kev. Chas. M. Pinto, W. C. Davis.
GIRLS' SCHOuL MEETING.
Those interested in the establishing
f a girl's school in El Paso will meet
t the chamber of commerce at 3 oclock
his afternoon. It will be the third
',o.;r.o- in nrnmntion of the project and.
'.'mnnrtant committee reports will be
Fully nine oub of every ten cases of
rheumatism is simply rheumatism of
:he muscles due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism, neither of which
-equire any internal treatment. All
'hat is needed to afford relief is the
ree application of Chamberlain's Lini-
nent. Give it a trial, lou are certain
n he pleased with the quick relief which
nffnnlj Snlrt lv nil rlrno-'rlctn
affords. Sold by all druggists.
'No profit grows where
is no pleasure ta'en."
Tamimz of the Shrew.
so much how
Scene From "Lion and Mouse'
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'THE LIOX.AXD THE MOUSE."
So very American that it appeals to
every American, is "The Lion and the
mouse." that famous" play which ran
for. two full years in rCew Tork, and
which has been seen by millions qf
play-goers, will be presented In this
fitv hv "Wonrv "R TTnrrlo o fVa TTM Tc-v
j lonI&ht and "Thursday ana Thursday
. mnr nflp. Ln nrnrmnrinn hoc itnil on
extraordinary success since its first ap
pearance on ttse stage and It would ap
pear from the interest that is being
taken in this famous drama of Charles
Klein, .that it will endure for many
years to come.
Thecast which will present this play
includes Walter Edwards. Carolyn El
berts, Luke Martin. H. Rees Davies,
George Sydenham. Etta Baker Martin,
Charles R. Burbridge, Charles D. Pitt
and Rachael Barr. Seats are on sale at
the Crawford. Prices: Night, $1.50, $1.00
and 50c; matinee, $1.00, 75c and 50e.
Thursday Evening, 7:S0 O'clock
LATEST SCMGrS CHOICE SELECTIONS
Pry or 's Band, Bohemian Orchestra of London,' Ada
Jones, Billy Murray, John Case, Elizabeth Wheeler,
Haydn Quartette and others in Comie Songs, Bal
lads, Monologs, Quartets Etc.
Popular Music by Popular People
Second Victrola Concert
Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Admission Frse.
W. 0. Walz Co,
Pioneer Music House. 103 El Paso St.
fvB hIP "Tie CHp 8
E9 wi That Cheers7 B
Edwin Bailey and" his excellent com
pany have more than kept their prom
ise of the best stock company ever
seen in El Paso, and the play "A Soldier
of France." Is the best thing in the
dramatic line that the Crawford has
had In a lonSr time. Manager Rich has
spared no expense in staging the bill,
as it is without doubt the most elabor
ate stage settHng seen on the Craw
Another china shower is what man
ager Rich has fbr his many patrons to
plght at the Majestic in addition to the
best bill of the season. Don't miss the
show; get a souvenir and go home
happy. Is his advice. He gives three
shows nightly 7:30, S:30 and 9:30.
Prices are always the same 10 and 20