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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, March 15, 1910.
I A True Story of the "SANTO" Vacuum Cleaner
The dust and dirt in your home is a menace to
every member of the family. It matters not how
careful you may be to have your house absolutely
clean and sanitary, ou can never realize your ideal
until you eliminate every particle of dust and dirt.
Ask your physician about it.
The poisonous dust is brought in from the
streets by members of your family on their shoes
and in their clothing. It finds lodgment in the car
pets and rugs, so when you clean with the broom the
air is filled with germs.
The danger is always present, though you can
not see it. The air is poisoned. People breathe it
and become infected; children playing on the floor
are in constant danger, particularly so when there
are contagious diseases in the neighborhood. The
eminent medical gentlemen of the International Tu
berculosis Congress declare most emphatically that
consumption is .a floor disease.
Give careful attention to each of the above
statements. Then you will realize as never before
how necessary it is for you to make your home a
THE SArJT.O VACUUM CLEANER positively
eliminates the dust and dirt and with it all disease
germs, as well as moths and other insects.
A SANTO VACUUM GLEANER will make
your hdme sweet, pure, clean and safe.
Practical demonstrations daily at our tempo
rary location, 218 South Stanton street. "We want
every lady in town to see them operate.
Descriptive booklets mailed to out-of-town cus
tomers on application.
Hovt Furniture Co.
Temporary location, 218 South Stanton Street.
The general strike of firemen vrest of the 3ILsxissIpni river Trtll, it is said
affect hII firemen running Into EI Paso, If It is called.
The proposed strike has been generally discussed in El Paso today.
It is stated that Hugh Shields, a Sonthvrestern passenger engineer, is in
Chicago representing the local Brotherhood of Firemen, and that he -has
been there for several weeks.
The superintendents of the operatiug departments of the various rail
roads entering EI Paso have but little totay,oncerniag"the prop'osed strike.
SUMMER TOURIST RATES
TO BE EFFECTIVE JUNE 1.
K. C Francis, of the Southwestern At
tends Rate Meeting of 10 Roads
Ih St. Louis.
Summer tourist rates from -west Texas
and adjacent territory to all eastern and
southeastern resorts -will go into effect
on the Southwestern on June lt accord
ing to F. C. Francis, chief clerk to Eu
gene Fox, general passenger and freight
agent of the road. Mr. Francis has just
returned from the annual summer tour
ists rate meeting, which was held in St.
The tourist tickets, which will he on
sale daily from June 1, -will be honored
for return passage until October 31. The
rates decided upon at the meeting are
practically tne same as tiiGse in eirect
last season, "which is' one and one-third
fare for the round trip. The rate to a
number of southeastern points, princi
pally in Tennessee and Virginia, will be
Thi Sw7p.i sr fht Flowtr?
Ah xne! I saw a luge and loathsome sty,
"Wherein a drove of wallowing swine
"Whose banquet shocked the nostril and
Then spoke a voice, "Behold the source
I fled, and saw a field that seemed at first
One glistening mass of roses pure and
With dewy buds 'mid dark green foliage
And, as I lingered o'er the lovely sight,
The summer breeze, that cooled that
Whispered, " Behold the source of
NO! anv Milk THIS
Thi Original and Genuint
Till Food-drink for A!! Agfs
More Leakhful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees wkh the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rk&milk,maked grain, powder form.
A quick Itsck prepared in a minute.
Others are imitations.
PHONE BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men. Seasonable prices.
11G SAW FRAHCISCO ST.
ODGM TSA1TSFEE CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Anto Phone 1966
103 MAIN ST.
$2 less than the one and one-third
The meeting at St. Louis was attended
by the representatives of 16 western
roads, whose territory embraces prac
tically all that west' of the Mississippi
and south of the main line of the Santa
Fe to the coast.
ENGINE OUT OF SHOP.
No. 802, a G. K. freight engine, which
has been undergoing general repairs in
the shops, will be ready for service to
morrow. MILLS NAMES DELEGATES
TO CHARITY CONGRESS
Governor Also Proclaims March IS as
Arbor Day in New Mexico
Santa Fe, N. M-, March 15. Governor
Mills has appointed the following dele
gates to the National conference of
Charities and Corrections In May at St.
Xiouis: Rev. S. Magill, Raton; Rev. Nor
man Skinner, Las Vegas; J. E. "WocI,
of Santa Fe; Mrs. H. B. Holt, of Las
Cruces, and Mrs. L. M. Disney, of Fort
Governor Mills has Issued a procla
mation setting- March 18 to be arbor
day for the territory.
The requisition of governor Haskell
of Oklahoma, for R. Tucker In jail at
Estancla, was honored by governor
Mills. Tucker "was sentenced to four
years in the penitentiary and pending
an appeal came to New Mexico where
he has been indicted. Not perfecting
his appeal, the supreme court of Okla
homa affirmed his sentence and he will
be first taken to Oklahoma to serve his
sentence before he is tried in New
N. J. Goldsmith has been appointed a
clerk In the office of territorial secre
tary Nathan Jaffa.
ROBINSON SAYS HE HAS
NOT VETOED ORDINANCE.
Council 3Iccts to Settle Openinjr of San
Antonio Street Tliroosu to Union
Probably the matter of the San An
tonio street opening will be settled
when the city council meets this aft
ernoon at 4 oclock. A meeting was
held this morning but no action was
taken and it is expected to make a final
settlement this afternoon.
Acting mayor Robinson sp.id this
morning: "I have not is yet vetoed
the ordinance ordering the opening of
San Antonio street and cannot say
whether or not I will veo it: the mat
ter is still in abeyance. The whole
trouble Is that there are three deeds
which we have not received, tl'e cwaers
falling to secure releases. Though they
are ready to make the deeds."
Just a few drops of oil of winter
green properly compounded In the
thymol, glycerine, etc.. and applied
to the skint will takt away instantly
the worst kind of an itch. "We posi
tively know this.
The D. D. D. Prescription made at
the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chi
cago, seems to be just the right com
pound. It sells regularly at one dol
lar a bottle, but we have secured a
limited number of special bottles for
a trial at 25 cents on a special offer,
and advise you to take advantage ot
this offer now, as we do not know
how long -the Laboratories in Chi
cago will continue the 25 cent offer.
"We KNOW you can take awav that
Kelly & PoWard, Sheldon Hotel,
Activity of the Santa Fe Makes Many of the Other Roads
Begin to Feel Uneasy Large Number of Independ-
ent Roads Are Building in Different Parts of
The State of Texas.
Austin, Tex., March. 15. More railroad
htlflrillU- 1C nr-- m n-r-rc& i-n Tavoo
than at any time before in the history
of the state. Most of the new lines
now under construction and in the
prospective stage, are in western and
southwestern Texas. In this railroad
building work, the Santa Fe is far in
the lead of the other older systems, its
new extensions, now under contract,
and partly finished, aggregating about
-even hundred miles. Its most import
ant new line is the Coleman-Texico
cut-off, to run between Coleman and
Tejfico 310 miles, whereby a new and
direct connection will bo made between
its existing transcontinental division In
New Mexico, and the Gulf division. It
is stated that this cut-off will shorten
tha distance between Galveston and
San Francisco 200 miles under the
Southern Pacific, which is now the
shortest route. The Santa Fe is liter
ally gridironing many parts of western
Texas, with Its several branch lines. It
is penetrating, remote parts of that
broad scope of territory where farm
ing development is now in progress.
Santa Fe Sets the Pace.
The activity of the Santa Fe in in
vading the virgin region where railroad
transportation facilities are so badly
needed is, causing other of the older
systems of railway to become aroused
to the fact that they must do extensive
railroad building on their own account
in order to protect their territory and
One of the most important of the re
cent announcements is that the Rock
Island will use a big part of the pro
ceeds from its recent $11,000,000 bond
sale to build an extension of its Graham
branch across the lower Panhandle and
Eastern Ner Mexico to Roswell, about
325 miles. The survey for the pro
posed extension is said, to have been
made and as no serious construction
difficulties are to be encountered, it is
expected that the building work will be
carried on rapidly.
Orient Road Work.
The Kansas City, Mexico & Orient ex
pects to have the construction of its
main line extension, southwest from
San Angelo to the proposed crossing of
the Rio Grande near Presidio Del Norte,
well advanced before tfie end of the
year. It is reported that the branch
line that is to be built south from San
Angelo to a connection with the Na
tional Railways of Mexico at Allende,
, by way of Del Rio, will also soon be
started, and that its building will be
carried on simultaneously with that of
the main line link.
The Quanah, Acme & Pacific is an
other ambitious project that is said to
have ample financial backing to carry
It to fulfilment. This road is now
finished and in operation from Quanah
to Paducah. It was promoted by a
syndicate of St.'Louis, Mo., men, headed
by Sam Lazuras, who was associated
with B. F. Toakum in the building of
the St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico
Road to El Paso.
Mr. Lazuras owns a big ranch in the
territory to be penetrated by the
Quanah, Acme & Pacific. It Is stated
that arrangements have been made for
extending this line from Paducah to El
Paso, about 375 miles. A southwester
ly route will be followed, crossing the
Panhandle diagonally and cutting
through a corner of New Mexico. The
survey for this proposed extension has
been made-and was recently sent to the
fiscal agents in St. Louis, Mo., for ap
proval. R. D. Yoakum, brother of B. F.
Yoakum, is Interested in the new line.
It connects with the Frisco system at
Quanah and this fact and other circum
stances connected with the building of
the road, leads to the belief that It is
to be closely affiliated with that in
terest both as to ownership and oper
ation. It is learned that the Wichita Falls
& "Wellington railroad that was recently
granted a charter by the secretary of
state, with principal office at "Wichita
Falls, Is to really be an extension of
the "Wichita Falls & Northwestern, and
will run from Frederick, Okla.. to Well
ington, Texas, in the upper Panhandle,
about 100 miles. The "Wichita Falls &
Northwestern belongs to a system of
railways that Is owned by J. A. Kemp
of "Wichita Falls and associates..
Seymour to San Antonio.
The Texas North & South Railway
company Is getting Its plans In shape
to build about 360 miles of road. The
projected line is to run from Seymour,
Texas, to San Antonio. It will connect
the coal fields of North Central Texas
with the Llano Iron ore fields. The
principal office of the company Is at
The Pecos Valley Southern is a 50
mile line that is to run from Pecos, on
the Texas & Pacific, to the Davis moun
tains, with either Marfa or Alpine, on
the Southern Pacific, as Its ultimate
southern terminus. The route of this
proposed road is up the valley of Toyahn
Creek which Is the scene of extensive
irrigation and agricultural development.
The grading contract for the line has
been let, and it wll be rushed to com
pletion, it Is announced.
The people of "Weatherford subscribed
a bonus of $60,000 in aid of the con
struction of the Chicago, "Weatherford
& Brazos Valley railroad. The first link
of this road will be built between
Bridgeport, Texas, and Weatherford,
about 30 miles.
The Brownnood Southern.
The 'route of the Brownwood South
western railroad, that was recently
chartered, runs from Brownwood south
west to a point on the Colorado river,
about 40 miles. It is planned, however,
to ultimately extend the line to San
Antonio. R. A. Love, of Kansas City,
Mo., is the chief promoter of this pro
ject. The Texas Central railroad, which is
one of the most conservative and profit
able of the older lines, is keeping up Its
record of extension building. It expects
to finish its new branch line, now un
der construction from De Leon, Co
manche county, west to Cross Plains,
Callahan county, 56 miles, by September
1- It will also complete the extension
of Its main dine from Rotan to Gall,
Borden county, about 60 miles, during
the present year. This road is largely
owned by a syndicate of Stamford,
The Stamford & Northwestern expects
to have its extension finished to Dick
ens, about 60 miles northwest of As
permont, sometime this year. This line
vrill penetrate a territory that is under
going rapid settlement by farmers.
The completion of the Wichita Falls
& Southern's extension from New Castle
. to Cisco, 70 miles, will be accomplished
during the present year. This road be-
longs to the system that is owned by
J. A. Kemp of Wichita Falls and asso
ciates. Scurry County Road.
The Roscoe, Snyder & Pacific recent
ly finished building ar' extension of its
line to Fluvannia from Snyder, Scurry
county, and is said to have an addi
tional extension in contemplation. The
new cut-off line of the Santa Fe will
closely parallel this road and this ha
caused the latter's building plans to
bo changed, it is stated.
Grading is in progress on the branch
line of the Frisco that Is to run from
Brady to Menardville, about 30 miles.
It Is reported that this line will be con
tinued to a connection with the South
ern Pacific, probably at Del Rio. Noth
ing definite Is known as to when the
Frisco will begin the work of extending
Its line south from Brady to San An
tonio. It is stated that engineers re
cently went over the latter route, and
that the survey ls finished.
The Frisco will soon begin the con
struction of the proposed extension of
the Harllngton branch of Its St- Louis,
Brownsville & Mexico from Sam For
dyce to Roma, 43 miles. This extension
will be up the valley of the Rio Grande.
B. F. Yoakum is now a part owner
of tho San Antonio & Rio Grande rail
road that runs from San Juan, on the
Harllngen branch of the St. Louis.
Brownsville & Mexico, to Chapin, 12
miles. This road is to be extended
north to Falfurrias, 70 miles, according
to recent report. It is stated that the
cross-ties and other material for the
proposed extension have been purchased.
The Rock Island has practically fin
ished its cut-off line running between
Amarillo and Tucumcari, N. M., 110
miles. This road is really an extension
of its Choctaw line, and when in oper
ation it will greatly reduce the distance
between points west of Amarillo and
in tho southwest generally and Mem
phis, as well as Intermediate points
reached by the Choctaw and its con
nections. A Short Line.
The Uvalde & Crystal City railroad
is being extended to Carrlzo Springs,
which will give it a total length of
about 60 miles. It is said that the line
will be built to some point on the Rio
Grande, but no definite announcement
has been made in regard to the future
The Enid, Ochiltree & Western will
have a total length of about 260 miles.
It will run from Dalhart, Texas, to
Enid, Okla., crossing the upper Pan
handle. An amendment of the charter
of the road was recently filed, provid
ing for the extension to be built from
Ochiltree east to Enid about 150 miles.
Grading Is In progress on the San An
tonio Rio Grande & Tampico which is
projected to run between San Antonio
and Tampico, Mex., a distance of about
525 miles. Only the first 90 miles of
the proposed road Is provided for in its
charter. The route of this first division
extends south from San Antonio to
wards the Rio Grande border.
The Bartlett-Florence railway, run
ning between Bartlett and Florence, 23
mUes, Is nearly finished. Its route is
through a rich farming country.
Another Road for San Angrelo.
The Abilene & Southern, that now
runs between Abilene and Balllnger, is
to be extended from the latter place to
San Angelo, about 35 miles.
Arrangements are said to have been
made for the building of the Coleman,
Llano & Southern railroad, that is pro
jected to run from Coleman south to
Brady, 45 miles.
The contract for the construction of
the Temple & Northwestern railway
was recently let. This road Is to run
between Temple and Hamilton, by way
of Gatesvllle, 90 miles.
A terminal system of railway will
be built at Aransas Pass by the Aran
sas Pass Terminal railroad company.
An extension of the Artesian Belt
railroad is being built from its present
southern terminus towards the Rio
Grande. This road connects with the
Southern Pacific at Madona, near San
Quanah & Gulf.
The Quanah & Gulf railroad of which
L. E. Walker Is president, is projected
to run from Quanah southeast to Cle
burne, a distance of about 175 miles.
Arrangements looking to the early
building of this proposed line have been
in progress for some time.
Financial arrangements are said to
have been made for the building of the
Ft. Worth, Mineral Wells & Western
railroad. This line is projected to run
between Fort "Worth and Roswell, N.
M., about 500 miles.
Bonuses ara being raised in a numb"'
of towns In the Panhandle In aid of the
proposed Denver & Gulf that Is being
built between Denver, Col., and Dallas.
It is stated that this road will be as
near an air line as possible. It will
traverse a big stretch of territory in
All of these projected roads have for
their territory the western half of the
state. A number of railroad enter
prises are on foot In the eastern half of
Texas, but -it Is in what was formerly
an exclusively ranch region where most
of the construction operations are now
There are few thicks
as good as
..othing for breakfast equals it.
'The Memory Lingers'
PKGS .10c AND 15c
Stomach Feels Fine
One or Two Mi-o-na Tablets
Will Drive Distress from
Stomach in 5 Minutes.
-Get a 50 cent box of Ml-o-na tablets
today and learn for yourself how easy
It is to put your out of order stomach in
Mi-o-na stomach tablets, give instant
relief and do more.
They build up the stomach so quickly
that in a few days belching, sourness,
heartburn, heaviness, biliousness, head
ache and dizziness will entirely disap
pear. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are cruaran-
teed by Kelly & Pollard to cure indiges
tion and all stomach His or money back.
"I have been troubled with my stom
ach for two years. I tried everything
I heard of. I saw advertisement in the
the paper for Mi-o-na stomach tablets,
so I got a box to try them. They d -me
more than $25.00 worth of good.
They are the best In the world." Den
nis Stephen, Coultersport, Pa., Feb. 1,
Fifty cents for a large box of Mi-o-na
at druggists everywhere, and at 'Kelly
&z Pollard's, who guarantee them.
Booth's Pills for constipation; they
are sure to please, 25c.
THIS ROAD XS
' USING- -STEEL CARS
Agent of Pennsylvania Sys
tem Tells of Advance in
R. B. Jones, traveling passenger agent
of the Pennsylvaia lines, is here-from
Denver. Mr. Jones's territory only cov
ers Mexico, New Mexico, Colorado, Ari
zona and west Texas that's all so he
lives up to his title and is a real trav
Mr. Jones makes the announcement
that Pensylvanla trains 20 and 14, east
bound, and trains 21 and 7, westbound,
are now equipped with steel combined
baggage-smoking cars and steel women's
coaches, running daily between St. Louis
and New York". In this -eoneotion it is
interesting to knew the advancement
that has been made in passenger equip
ment during the last three years. Mr.
Jones says: 9
"The Pennsylvania Railroad company
owns the largest steel passenger car
equipment of any railroad in ithe worJd.
Cars just completed and "in -service, and
those in course of construction, total
630 all steel passenger cars. It Is the
purpose of the Pennsylvania railroad to
start the operation of all steel cars on
its through passenger cralns. The Penn
syvanla railroad announces- that In fut
ure all passenger equipment would be
built of steel; not only steel frame, but
steel and noncollapslble In every par
ticular. The steel frame will not be af
fected by fire. It will have an Inside
lining which should be absolutely uri
burnable, and at the same time one that
would not conduct heat or sound.
"The Pensylvanla railroad In Novem
ber 1906, ordered 100 all steel passenger
cars. Since that time additional orders
have been placed, and these are now in
service on the company's lines. 245
coaches, 10 dining cars, 21 combination
passenger and baggage cars, 29 bagj
gage cars, 18 postal cars, and one com
pany car; a total of 324 In course of
construction ithere are 140 coaches, 34
dining cars, 48 combination passenger
and baggage cars, four baggage cars,
42 postal cars, 27 mail storage cars, and
11 baggage and mail cars.
"The Pullman company, at the in
stance of the Pennsylvania railroad, has
for the past four years been at work
designing all steel parlor and sleeping
cars. Some 500 such cars are shortly to
be completed and placed in service on
Pennsylvania railroad. The Pennsyl
vania railroad will soon have in service
about 900 passenger cars, and 500 steel
THROUGH EL PASO
S. P. Handles Twelve Trains
Delayed on Northern
1 The dispatching, through El Paso, of
12 tralnlcads of devoured freight was
the feat performed by G. H. officials.
The majority of the cars had been tied
up by traffic Interruptions In the north
west for the past six weeks. Included
in the trains were 101 cars of oranges,
which were shipped from California
and consigned to eastern points over
northern roads. After being tied up by
the delays, the fruit was hauled back
to California and routed by the S. P.
to El Paso. From here part of the
shipments were sent out over the Q. H.
Several of the trains, however, went out
over the Southwestern for the east.
A number of cars of oriental goods
were in the delayed trains, and appeals
for the goods consigned to them have
been made by eastern merchamts for the
past two weeks.
Practically all the cars of oranges
were Inspected In El Paso, and the fruit
was found to ha in good condition, not
withstanding the test that the ship
ments have been on the road for sev
The detoured -shipments were handled
on record time by the G. H.. in addi
tion to Its regular trains. Practically
all the day employes at the G. H. freight
warehouse were called upon to assist in
routing the trains from El Paso.
WEIGHS 134 TONS
Tender Is Disconnected to
Get Engine in Bound
A locomotive and tender so long that
It cannot be run under cover to one stall
of an ordinary eng:ne roundhouse, is a
condition that -seldom presents Itself,
lrat that is the status of affairs at the
G. H. roundhouse since the arrival of
the big Mallet, No. 950, which pulls into
El Paso Saturday morning.
Coupled together, the locomotive and
tender are 87 feet long. The ordinary
stall in the roundhouse Is long enough
only for the engine. The tender has
been detached and run into another
A number of railway men, others who
are Interested in .machinery, and more
who have read about the large engine,
visited the G. H. roundhouse Sunday
and spent considerable time inspecting
A majority were truly amazed, and
many conjectures were made as to its
weight, which is 134 5-10 tons.
The locomotive arrived in El Paso
with its steam pipes leaking and con
siderable repair work has been neces
sary. It is to be used for freight serv
ice on the El Paso division of the G.
H., and It Is thought it will be ready
to start out on the return trip to Del
SAUTHVTESTERN FORMALLY TAKES
OVER THE COURTLAND BRANCH.
BIsbee. Ariz., jMarch 15. Word has
been received from Tombstone that the
II Ml '
Iii & Hi
railroad line of the Mexico & Colorado
company, which was organized about a
year ago in this county, has been
bought by the El Paso & Southwestern
Railroad company. The transaction
Involves half a million dollarsj.
This is the Courtland-Douglas line,
which was built bj- the Southwestern
system. The formal taking over of the
road is merely to keep :t all under th.e
name of .the Southwestern. It has been
owned by the Southwestern all the
OFFICIAL VACANCY FILLED
BY THE ARIZONA EASTERN
Tucson, Ariz., March 15. Announce
ments have been made of the election
of a secretary, and also a treasurer and
purchasing agent for the Arjxona East
ern and the Southern Pacific company,
of Mexico, generally known as the Ran
dolph lines. Gibson Taylor, who has
been: connected with these' companies
,. mnra thn , r nc tnmv. in
A.WA &W ...... M. J .u.. . U .-....-..,,, ---
:he office of the president, has been
elected secretary of the various affiliat
ed companies. P. J. Archer, chief clerk J
to Mr. Randolph for the past three i
years, has been elected treasurer and
These selections were made at a re- ' leaves tomorrow "morning over the east
cent meeting of -the board of directors, i era division to deliver the monthly pay
and were made to fill the vacancies checks to the men employed east of El
caused by the resignation of Charles
E. "Walker, who retired from the service
of the railroad companies to become as-
l sistant to the president of the Consoli
dated National bank, of this city. The
appointments are effective today.
S. P. PAY CAR TO LEAVE
EL PASO ON MARCH 20
The schedule of the supply train and
pay car on the Tucson division of the
Southern Pacific for March, has been
Issued by W. H. Whalen, superintend
ent. The train leaves El Paso at 5:30 a. m.,
Sunday morning, March -20, running to
Tucson; , March 21, Tucson to Gila;
March 22, Gila to Yuma.
Checks for trainmen between El Paso
and Lordsburg may be obtained from
the chief dispatcher in El Paso on
March 19. Trainmen making headquar
ters at Benson .will be paid on March
18. Nogales branch employes will be
paid from train 40, leaving Benson
Train running out of Tucson may ob
tain their checks from 10 to 11:30 a. m.
and 1:30 to 4 p. m., on March IS, and
regular office hours thereafter until
RATE INCREASED ON ALL
FOREIGN FREIGHT CARS
Under an amended order, the per diem
rate on all foreign freight cars held on
the Southwestern has been increased
from 25 cents to 30 cents per day dur
ing the months of March April, May,
June "and July, and 35 cents per day for
the remainder of the year.
The Immediate return of all foreign
cars on the Southwestern is urged in
the bulletin, announcing the increase,
which was issued by F. B. King, super
intendent of the western division.
FORMER C M. & St. P. OFFICIAL
IS GUEST OF Y. R. MARTIN
VT. J". Underwood, of Chicago, is vis
iting In El Paso with "W. R. Martin, su
perintendent at the union station. Mr.
Underwood, for 20 years, was general
manager of the Chicago. Milwaukee and
St. Paul road. Ill health compeled his
resignation. He and Mr. Martin expect
to leave in a few days for Chihuahua,
Mr. Underwood may remain there for
several weeks. .
TWO MALLORY LINERS
WITHDRAWN FOR SUMMER
The Mallory steamship line, through
the S. 'P. offices in El Paso, has an-'
YOUR KIDNEYS WILL ACT FINE M
SLL BLADDER DISTFiES
Just a few doses regulate
out-of-order Kidneys end
ing the most severe
If you take several doses of Pape's
Diuretic, all backache and distress
from out-of-order kidneys or bladder
trouble will vanish, and you will feel
Lame back, painful stitches, rheuma
tism, nervous headache, dizziness, irri
tability, sleeplessness. Inflamed or
swollen eyelids, worn-out. sick feeling
and other symptoms of sluggish, in
active kidneys disappear.
Uncontrollable, smarting, frequent
urination (especially at night) and
all bladder misery ends.
Feeling miserable and worried is
needless, because this unusual prepara
tion goes at once to the disordered kid
.o1i rf lo-Hr-
7 OLLOWIKG- np this
-- store's policy of the
"best values," ve offer
for Wednesday's sale
an attractive lot of Tail
ored Suits at a price
that scarcely hints of
the real worth of the
Sixty-five Coat Suits,
in the prevailing Rus
sian Blouse and Plain
Goat styles; new Spring
models, new materials,
and all the fashionable
colors. Values up to
$29.50 are included in
this splendid lot, at
nounced the "withdrawal for the sum
mer of the ships Brazos and San J
Jacinto. They have been plying" be-'
tween New Orleans and New York.
OFFICIALS OF NATIONAL
LINES HERE TODAY
A. Clark, general (manager, and C. W.
Fish, general freight agent of the Na
tional railways of Mexico, both of Mex-
ico City, arrived in El Paso this morn
ing In Mr. Clark's private car. They
were accompanied by D. F. Bucher, di-
vision superintendent of the road, with
headquarters at Chihuahua-
NEW" OFFICES FOR G. H. MEN.
New offices directly south across tha
G. H. tracks fromthe Stanton street sta
tion, are being "fitted for roadmaster
Kelley and O. Taylor of the bridge
building department. The offices vacated
f-,1 d JIr- .ayI w? be
occupied by C. R. Morrill, resident en-
gineer for the G. H".
OUT WITH PAY CAR.
Paymaster A. P. Averill. of the Soath-
western, returns tonight from atrip over
I the western division to Douglas. He
OFFICIALS TO MEET.
A "get together" meeting of South
western officials and employes has been
called by F. B. King, superintendent
of the western division. The meetings
will be held in Mr. King's office on
the third Monday of each month.
HERE IN PRIVATE CAR.
-J. A. Edison, president or the Kansas
City Southern, arrived this morning in
his private car, Geraldyne, for a visit
In El Paso with Mrs. Edison, and their
daughter, who is a patient at Hotel
CHANGE STATION NAME.
The railway station formerly named
Atkins, established between El Paso
and Lordsburg, will hereafter be known
RAILROAD NEWS NOTES.
Water service has oeea extended to
the small grass plots near the Stantoa
street station of the G. H.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
W. C. Osborn, chief counsel fer th
Southwestern, left this morning in tha
San Pedro, manager Shnmons's privats
car, for Dawson.
"E. C. Cunningham, formerly 'store
keeper for the Southern Pacific at Culi
can Sinaloa, Mexico, has accepted a po
sition under A. L. Hawley in tha au
diting department of the Southwestern.
Mr. Cunningham is a well known rail
road man, having heen connected wJfch
the S. P. for a number of years.
Mrs. C. S. Fee, wif e of passenger traf
fic -manager Fee, of .the S. P.. and daugh
ter, arrived this morning in Mr. Fee's
private car, Sunset. Mr. Fee is expected
to arrive from Chicago this afternoon
on the Golden State limited. He and his
family leave tonight- for their home in
San Francisco, v
Operator E. J. Bell, who has been
working in El Paso, has been returned
Relief agent Harry Bannister leaves
tonight for Del Rio, where he iwill hold
the desk of dispatcher Winans for sev
Miss Doucette Rayney. daughter of
Hamilton Rayner, a G. H. employe, re
siding at 513 North Stanton street, is
confined to her home as a result of an
attack of measles.
Will Sauvlet, clerk at the G. H. freight
warehouse, has been ill for several day3.
neys, bladder and urinary system and
distributes its healing, cleansing and
vitalizing influence directly .upon the
organs and glands affected, and com
pletes the cure before you realize it.
The moment you suspect any kidney
or urinary disorder or feel rheumatism,
pains, begin taking this harmless med
icine, with the knowledge that there Is
no other remedy at any price, made
anywhere else in the world, which will
effect so thorough and prompt a cure
as a fifty-cent treatment of Pape's Diu
retic, which any druggist can supply.
Your physician, pharmacist, banker
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pape, Thompson & Pape, of Cin
cinnati, is a large and responsible ned
lcine concern, thoroughly worthy of
Only curative results can come from
taking Pape's Diuretic, and a few days'
treatment means clean, active, healthy
kidneys, bladder and urinary organs
and no backact