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Saturday, March. 5, 1910.
Wives Happy in Orient, Where .
Man is Boss, Says Chinese Girl
SUMPTION fOIR YEARS
R OWN TERMS
I For Irrigation in 1
1 " Prftl
E5 Paso V
Get away from winter blizzards and torrid
summers. Do not spend another terrifying .sea
son in the extreme climate of the north and east.
H Isl w B
In, the famous El Paso valley you find an
even tempered climate, sunshine almost the year
around, cool summer nights and pure air., Na
ture must not wreak its yengeance upon you and
yours again. You can enjoy the open air every
day in Christy Tract, now, next month, every day
and month in the year.
No Cold Wave There
The blizzards of December, January and
February have passed into history as being the
worst in 20 years. The snow and sleet and zero
weather was felt almost everywhere. The orange
crop in California and Florida was ruined, south
Texas around Houston and Corpus Christi shiv
ered and winter vegetables were nipped by
freezes. Almost everywhere icy shafts drove
people and stock into shelter and millions of dol
lars in damage followed, but El Paso and the El
Paso valley, where Christy Tract is located, en
joyed beautiful sunshine weather.
9 Miles East of
Is the piace to make your future home,
where nature provides fuel from the skies.
5, 10 And 40 Acre Tracts
n Aora Up
Oaples Buildings. El Paso, Texas H
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have the road through the mountains
clear in a few days.
Great Damao In Utah. f
Ogden, Utah. March 5. Local railroad
officials stated today that It would be
at least 10 days before the washouts
In Palisade canyon on the Southern Pa
cific can be (temporarily repaired to al
low a resumption cl overland traffic.
From Palisade to Beowawe, 17 miles,
the Southern Pacific is a mass of
wreckage, with bridges destroyed or
weakened and the roadbed obliterated.
The "Western Pacific, which parallels
the Southern Pacific through the Hum
boldt valley, is destroyed for miles. The.
waters of the Humboldt river are now
MAN WITH DAGGER
To Oure Eszeitia
Fjrst, stop scratching. Itch! Itch!
Itch! Scratch! Scratch' Scratch! Ec
zema is maddening. Tour skin Is on
fire, but the more you scraltch the
more Intense becomes the agony of It.
Stop scratching! It-will never relieve
you it cannot cure you it only
makes things worse. "Whether you,
your child or a member of your fam
ily is suffering with Eczema or any
Skin disease apply Littell's Liquid Sul
phur Compound at once. Stops Itching
Instantly ' and is a guaranteed cure for
any and all skin diseases, rashes, pim
ples, sores, prickly heat, etc Sample
bottle sent .postpaid to any 'address for
10c" Rhuma-Sulphur Co., 407 N. 2nd
St., St. 1Ouis, Mb. 2
Mexican Held in Juarez on
, Complaint of El Paso
Jesus Eobles was taken from ast
niht's departing irain on the National
Railways of Mexico dv Juarez police.
Eobles was arrested on complaint of his
brofcherinlaw. a Mexican resident of El
Paso, who alleges the loss of $95. When
arrested Eobles had $56 in Mexican
currency concealed in his underwear, al
though he denied having any amount of
money. Also he carried an "ugly dagger,
tinted with blood, the police sav. He is
held on a charge of bringing stolen
money into Mexico and on the charge of
carrying a concealed weapon.
FINED FOR ifATJLING
DIRT FROM CANAL BANK
Deputy Sheriff Says Mexicans Were
Carting Away Earth to Make Adobes.
Put Stop to Practice.
For some time complaints have been
made that dirt has been carted away
from the bank cf the Franklin irrigation
canal endangering the lower part of the
city. This morning, E. Wright, a deputy
sheriff in the employ of the canal com
pany, arrested Seferino Escobedo and
Antonio Terrazas. whom he says he
found hauling dirt away in a wagon to
anake adobes. They had cut down to
within two fe"et of the water, he says.
Terrazas, who drove the wagon, was
fined $1 and costs by justice MeOlintock
and promised to put the dirt back. Es
cobedo said he was simnlv employed by
the other man and was dismissed!
A Remarkable Test Case of
Interest to All Who Are
The author of the following letter
is a business man whose reliability is
beyond question. TVe publish it oyer
his facsimile signature, 'knowing that
those who are afflicted with consump
tion are skeptical and doubt the
claims made for any remedy f or its
cure. "We have many letters such as
Itfr. Maxshel's, and will publish them
from time to time, as we believe such
letters will overcome your skepticism.
Our former patients are our best
friends and all enthusiaslic advocates
of the Antitoxin treatment for the
cure of tuberculosis.
What -was done for Mr. 3Iarshel can
be done for you.
Sti Louis, December 1, 1909.
Wright-Duering Antitoxin Co.
Dear Sir It is a great pleasure to be
afforded the opportunity to express my
gratitude to you under the hope that It
may reach some one who, like myself,
was "down in the depths" when I was
told that I had tuberculosis. There
seemed to be no bottom to the depths,
but after four months' treatment in
190S I was pronounced a well man. It
is a difficult matter to find words to
express my extreme joy, and I take
great pleasure in recommending your
treatment to any one similarly afflicted.
A REAL BARGAIN
Chinese students who have made re
Mr. Tsao winning oratory honors at 5"
lamrels in the Damrosch school.
markable progress in American studies.
ale, and Miss Sze attaining musical j
American Women Waste too
Much Time on Theater and '
Clothes, She Declares.
WITH TWO RULERS
Here to Acquire Best of
Yaneke Ideas for Benefit
of. China's Higher ,
Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway Co.,
The above letter was written by one
who knows from experience what he
is talking about, one who had been
advised to seek health by change of J
climate, one who had been told by
prominent physicians he. had tubercu
losis. He had given up all hopes of
ever again being cured until he went
under our Antitoxin treatment, with
the result set forth in his letter. His
is the experience of many and will be
yours if you do not delay taking the
"Wright-Duering Antitoxin treatment
"We have established offices for the
TVright-Duering Antitoxin company in
El Paso, San Antonio and Dallas, Texas,
for the purpose of demonstrating what
our Antitoxin treatment for the cure of
Tuberculosis will do under the most fa
vorable climatic conditions. The wis
dom of the move has already been
shown. The results are more apparent,
and come in less time than in the less
favorable climate- "We have under treat
ment already many cases that are
showing most satisfactory, improve
ment, and will result in cures more
readily than those effected in the nor Ji.
where all our demonstrating was done
before we opened in the southwest.
For further information, consultation,
and examination, call on or address
The Wrlght-Buering; Antitoxin Co.,
Third floor National Bank Bldg. Dr.
T. M. Stotts, Physician in Charge.
MANY PEONS ARE
STILL IN J TJAREZ
PHILOSOPHY OP A CHINESE
We need all ood Yankee ideas to
ad our progress.
Chinese girls are anxious to ac
quire the higher education.
Oriental ivlves are happy because
the husband is supreme "boss."
"Where tyro rulers are In a home
there 's sure to be fighting.
There is no "ivlld scramble in
China for the latest fashions.
China's efforts to edueate her wo
men Prove her reform is sincere.
The nation is on the crest or c
great wave of progress.
Small Deportations Made to
TVork on the Mexico
Critical condition in Juarez caused by
the thousands of unemployed peons un
able to enter the United States remains
Only an increasing hunger seems to
prevail. A few small deportations have
been made by the authorities, and a
few men have been shipped down, the
Mexico Northwestern road, where work
is in progress.
But still the streets of the plexican
city are overfilled with hungry! looking
south countrymen. If some heroic ac-
New York, ifarch 5. Chinese girls
and wives, millions of them, are in
rebellion against the age old customs
of that far away Oriental land, and
aire looking with eager, hopeful eyes
.to America, where the g-entler sex
revels in the "peach basket" hat and
uses as much slang as she chooses
without fear of displeasure from her
lord and master.
In the leading colleges of the United
States at the present time there are a
score of young Chinese girls, and per
haps five times as many young men,
acquiring American customs with avid
ity, so that they may carry back to
ancient China a message of progress
and hope. v
In Teachers' college, Columbia uni
versity, is a Chinese young woman,
Miss F. Y. Tsao, who has aroused the
Interest of Miss Helen Gouli Miss
Anne T. Morgan, and other women of
wealth, in her program to take back
to China modern methods in the edu
cation of women. Miss Tsao, in an in
terview with a. correspondent for The
Herald, told something of he work and
what she hopes to accomplish upon her
return to China.
"There is an awakening in China,"
she began, "among our women for the
t higher education. "We have always
believed in the acquisition of know
ledge, at least among the men. For
centuries, however, our fathers have
been misled by the proverb that 'a
woman without education Is a virtue
Lead Happy Lives.
"Chinese women as a rule lead happy
lives. My ambition Is not so much to
bring them joy, but to open their eyes
to m the higher and broader life. And
yon doubtless k-now for many thousand
years the teachings of Confucius con
stituted the religion of our land.
"Now I am a Methodist and it Is my
tion is not taken there will be serious
trouble eventually, it is asserted byL e to teach tnem sometning hesides
DETECTIVE uYS LITTLE
''A little encouragement now and then
helps lis to do better work," remarked
detective Stansel, (whereupon he exhib
ited a letter which Claiborne Adams had
addressed to chief B. F) Jenkins, iir.
Adanns commended the chief for the
work done in apprehending the burglars
who had robbed his home and said that
he did not believe any of the large cities
of the country could cite a case of quick
er work. Exactly 30 minutes after he
notified the detectives by telephone, that
his home had been burglarized they had
apprehended the alleged thieves and re
covered the property.
FOUR MEN' INJURED IX
WRECK ON'G. H. AT GLIDDEN
San Antonio, Texas, March 5. Four
men were injured, two probably fa
tally, in a wreck an the G. H. railroad
yards at Glidden at 7 oclock this morn
ing. A freight train and switch en
gine collided head-on in a fog. The
Injured are G. C. Sample, fireman, leg
crushed off at thigh, condition critical.
J. A. Johnson, engineer, thrown from
cab, face and head cut; R. D. Allan, en
gineer, thrown from cab, back hurt, in
ternal injuries; William Duffy3 fireman,
bruised and cut.
All the injured men were brought
a mere philosophy of life. The English
race can look back on many philoso
phers who rank with Chinas gr2at
leader, such as Plato, Socrates and
others. But' in addition to that you
have the Christian religion which, of
course. Is something more than mere
worldly wisdom. While I may not
teach In a religious school, or any of
tne young uninese women who are in
college hereyet we shall take with us
all that we can gather of your mod
ern ideas that we consider of value.
"In other words, it Is our business
to separate the wheat from the chaff.
The Yankees have many good Ideas
that we in China need to progress. In
China I also believe that we have much
that the Americans might use with
profit. For one thing the Chinese are
not so material in their living.
"This is especially true of the wo
men. There is no theater, no opera, jio
moving picture shows, and none of tne
various other things that American
girls (think so amusing and waste
much time on. Consequently there is
Xo Slave to Fashion.
"The Chinese girl, while she cares
for 'pretty things, does not devote all
of her thoughts to dress. She likes to
appear neat and well gowned, but
there is no wild scramble to get the
latest in fashions, as they do In the
United States. A girl can retain her
peace of mind there, even if she hasn't j
a Chantecler bonnet the minute It at- j
rives from Paris. i
"As a rule the Chinese" wife Is a '
quiet person, taken up In the care of j
her household. The husband is the
absolute master. You. know -where j
there are two rulers, said Miss Tsao,
while her black eyes sparkled mis- j
chievously, "dhere will always be fight- j
"Xk matter In what part of the I
world one lives, if true education aud j
elvilization exist, it is conceded that j
one should be the head of the house, i
In that way only can harmony pre- j
vail. In that one thing Is the danger '
of the vote for women. The Chinese I
women know nothing and care less for i
suffrage so far as the present genera- '
tion is concerned. Our girls are a bit '
old fashioned. i
"In reaching- out for modern Ideas
In education the desire Is to give them '
more freedom of thought. The basis
- u uC iiappiiiess in tne nome depends
entirely on the husband and wife in
their individual capacities. If each is
considerate of the other, no matter
whether they have muiYh or- iit-i r
this world's goods, their lives will be
petcexui ana contentment will be their
"In China now we have -three styles
of schools, mission, government and
private institutions. That the entire
educational system of China may be
modernized, the government has by a
single blow abolished the antique in
stitution of Imperial examination, hy
which our old scholars obtained their
rank and power. Now any student of
modern science can be admitted ro
the governmental service. Whether he
is ai Confucian or a Christian, whether
of low or of high birth, the teacher is
free of .all traditions.
"The policy of the government is to
smooth the way for the advancement of
useful men and women aim tn utm.-a
any one of talent and ability. But that
ts not an. unlna is equaly energetic
in educating men, and women. Thou
sands of students havp. hnn c
aforoad, and equal numbers of school!
ana colleges have been established at
"Special emphasis is being laid by
mna upon the education of women.
The late empress dowager on numer
ous occasions contributed money from
her own purse to patronize female edu
cation. This one thing indicates more
than anything else that China's re
form is sincere.
Girl 'Stnnip' Speakers.
"I spent five years teaching in a
mission school in Shanghai befar,
coming to America. My brother, Y. C.
Tsao, is now taking a course at Yale,"
where he has won oratory prizes.
There also are manv vfhor -c-,,,
Chinese who are anxious to acquire
American methods that they may aid
m the development of the marvelous
resources of China.
"Both our young men and voung
women are ouick to pick up American
,methods. We wear American clothes,
speak the language with fluencv, even
extending to the latest slang; play on
iankee musical instruments, sing Lv-e
popular songs and keep abreast 'he
march of progress in many other ways.
One of our successful voung musicil
students is Miss v. T. Sze. who ?s at
tending the Damrosch Musical conserv
atory in this city.
"The silence of Chinese women is
proverbial, and yet, here in thettSuS
WE GUARANTEE TO BENT IT FOR TWO
YEARS AT $60 PER MONTH.
In these days it is hard to know that you are getting an unusual
bargain in city property, but when; you see this modern nine room
3icme, it3 location, conveniences and the condition, it is in, you will
say just what we did "that is ia the best value in residence prop
erty in El Paso today."
When we Ksted the property, a few days ago, we realized it jwas such
a good bargain that we could sell it without any trouble and on.
these conditions iwe axe able to offer it at $6000.00 and at practically
your own terms.
IS THIS FAIR OR NOT?
Just to show you that this is a splendid investment we 'Will made
you the following proposition:
You buy this house and either we or the owner will guarantee to
rent it for the next two years at $60 per month. If you want pos
session at once we can arrange to do this.
CONDITION AND LOCATION.
As stated above, this home is- .modern in every respect. It i3 not
an old house or one that has had bad treatment, because the owner
has occupied, it and excellent care has been takei of the property.
Ifc has outbuildings, good lawn, and several other good features which
make this the best buy in El Paso. The location is on Brown street,
just off Boulevard.
Lot us show you tiis property Sunday or early ilonday anorning;
because by next Saturday night it will be sold.
uchoz & Schuster
Building. Fourth Floor. Both Phones
States, some of our young Chinese
girls have ta'ken prizes for oratory
They have made ringing 'stump speech
es In the college debates that have as
tonished their hearers.
"In the face of all this can any one
say that China is not on the crest of
a great wave of progress that, with
her five hundred millions of popula
tion and untold natural wealth, will
swiftly put her in the front rank of
GOULD LINES IX TEXAS
3IAY BE MERGED IX OXE
Houston, Texas, March 5' Receiver
Freeman, of the International & Great
Northern road, returned this morning
from New York and announced that the
work of reorganization of that road
would begin immediately. The first
step will be to petition the state railroad
commission for the valuation of the
road preliminary to a bond issue. Free
man refused to discuss the reported
merged of the three Gould lines.
THROWN FROM BUGGY;
HAS LEG BROKEN
Andres Salazar, while driving through
the city about 7 oclock Fridav night,
was thrown from the buggy at the cor
ner of Florence and Second streets and
his right leg was broken by contact with
the curb. He was taken to the home of
T. E. Sanchez at 610 Second street,
where Dr- A. H. Butler attended him, and
he was then sent to his home in Juarez.
ALLEGED MURDERESS IS
NOT WITH TEXAS BROTHER
Ballinger, Texas, March 3. Mrs. Alma
Vaughn, who is charged with com
plicity in the murder of her husband av
KIrksville, Mo., is not in Ballinger as
reported, according to G. M. Vaughn,
her brother, who resides here. Vaughn
believes his sister is still in Missouri.
"J beau tfyoursisno .good,
asked him to change blf ,
- "Well, didn't he do'it?"
it " but took the hIf
CHILD DIES IN JUAREZ.
The 2 year old infant of T. Ruiz, a
resident of Juarez, but employed in El
Paso as civil engineer, died yesterday.
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Docs not Color the " Hair
. J. O. Aytr Cqmpaky. Lowell. Mass.
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and Bladder trouble vanish.
Out-of-order kidneys act fine and
backache or bladder misery Is relieved
after a few doses of Pape's Diuretic.
Pains In the back, sides or loins,
rheumatic twinges, debilitating head
ache, nervousness, dizziness, sleepless
ness, Inflamed or swollen eyelids, worn
out feeling and many other symptoms
of clogged, inactive kidneys simply
Frequent, painful and uncontrollable
urination due to a weak or irritable
bladder Is promptly overcome.
The moment you suspect any kidney,
bladder or urinary disorder, or feel
rheumatism coming, begin taking this
harmless remedy, with the knowledge
that there is no other medicine, at any '
price, made anywhere else In the
world, which will effect so thorough
and prompt a cure, as a fifty-cenl! treat
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druggist can supply.
This unusual preparation gos direct
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and strengthening these organs and
glands, and completes the cure before
you realize it.
A few days' treatment with Pape's
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kidneys, bladder and urinary organs
and you feel fine.
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or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pape, Thompson & Pape, of Cin
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of your confidence.
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Liberal Reward for Information of Rob
ert Pankau, Who left Home
Thursday, IVIareh 3rd.
When last seen he was dressed in black
suit ot clothes. He is 14 years of age, un
dersized. Has abnormally developed head;
speaks German, also English, but with a
broken accent. Has light hair and' blue
Any information will not only be appre
ciated, but fully rewarded. Address
210 E. Overland St., El Paso, Texas