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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, May 18, 1910. J7
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EL PASO GUARDS
Health Officer Ander
son Says Immigrants
Muse te Vaccinated.
In oTder to prevent -the possibility of
smallpox getting into El Paso, the city
i,n,.itT. finorc 1i.va Tii.Ven everv method
possible to prevent the introduction of ,
Taie aistatae xjcic. n - a
Ih A. H. Anderson had a conference
with the immigration officials and they
agreed to see that all common laborers
entering this port are vaccinated and
thereby in a measure prevent the pos
sibility of infection.
"Wednesday morning at the bridge, 62
persons were taken from the cars and
stopped at the immigration station, they
being minus the necessary vaccination
Explaining his action, Dr. Anderson
"This is not to he in any manner con
strued as a quarantine against Juarez,
but we anust have protection, .viany j
women come to this side to work in our
homes, and as they sometimes live in
infected districts they may bring the
disease over -with them. "We shall take
everv precaution possible to prevent it.
Yesterday one of my -men went to Juarez
and the authorities there, who are ever
It is a perfect food for any person
which the body is composed. Made from WHEAT, OATS, RICE
and BARLEY, it provides material for growth. Its tendency is laxative,
consequently useful in cases of constipation. Upon this food life could
he sustained for an indefinite period, as it is a food in just the right pro
portion to sustain all the life forces of the system. Ask your Grocer.
PMr NILES & MOSER CIGAR CO., DistributorsL I
mMP Telephone Main 3500 Denver, CoL &, 1
willing to cooperate with us in these
matters, sent n rurale with him to a
place which was supposed to be infect
ed and he found two patents there."
When informed that a report had been
circulated that there was a settlement
in the smelter district reeking with
smallpox, Dr. Anderson said:
"We iwill investigate at once, andwith
the cooperation of the count' officials,
will see that all persons found there are
vaccinated if there is any smallpox."
If it's the best you want we have it.
Meivin Meat Co.
SUPREME COURT GRANTS
PLEA IX EL PASO CASE
Austin. Tex.f May 18. The supreme
court today granted .the application
filed ' in the case of Patrick Breens
against C. R. Morehead. from El Paso.
Iai the action of the Gainesville "Wa
ter company against the city, the case
was reversed and remanded.
Sam Scrmartz is back. Sam has been
rusticating- in Chihuahua on the J. L
Sanford ranch at Ascension, and has
a coat of tan aa inch thick and an
outfit of MexicanJclothes that make him
look like a member of chief Ponce's
personal bodyguard. Sam also has a
series of post card pictures of himself
taken in characteristic costume. The
EI Paso baseball fan says he had a
big: time, the biggest since the Inter
nationals -won the only ball game In
as it contains all the .elements of j
The Merchants Asked to Set
Some Day in the Week
or Close Dailr at 6.
The women of the Sessionary union
are after that half holiday for the El
Paso clerks. They -wanted a Saturday
half holiday, but found it impossible to
obtain at the present time and now they
are asking for the merchants to set
some other afternoon in the week for
such holiday or agree to close evory
afternoon at 6 oclock. The proposition
was submitted today to A. Schwartz,
president of the Retail Merchants'
(league, and will be placed before that
body Friday evening. It follows:
To the Merchants of El Paso:
"We, the undersigned executive board
and representatives of the Missionary
union of El Paso, earnestly request the
progressive merchants of our city either
to set aside a weekly half holiday for
the clerks during the months of June,
July and August, or to close every aft
ernoon during the week at 6 p. m.
Mrs. Flora McA. Jones, President.
Mrs. S. F. King, Vice President.
Mrs. S. F. Meyer, .Secretary
Mrs. Jno. Ervin, Mrs. G. R. Thumb,
Mrs. Smith, Christian church; Mrs. R
T. Hanks, Mrs. Palmer, Calvary Bap
tist: Mrs. B. C. Preston, Mrs. Bacia
Grebe. Mrs. C. Hendricks, Congrega
tional; Mrs. E. B. Hearne, Mrs. A. I.
Gilette, Mrs. Ed Millican, East El Paso
Baptist;Mrs. Kenneth Brown, Mrs. Laura
Pitman. Mrs. H. E. "Wall, East EI Paso
Presbyterian; Mrs. Robert Bruce Smith,
Mrs. Ashton, Mrs. M. Nagle, First Bap
tist; Mrs. C. O. Beckman. Mrs. J. T. Roe,
Mrs. H. B. Durkee, First Methodist; Mrs.
C. L. Overstreet, Mrs. Hiel Hale, Mrs.
Jos. Spence, First Presbyterian; Mrs. F.
A. Hodge, Mrs. L. S. Roberson, Mrs. W.
Frankenburg, Houston Square Baptist;
Mrs. Fred Freeman, Mrs. S. J. Rose, Mrs.
Sanderson, Highland Park Baptist; Mrs.
Law, Mrs. J. G. Kenan, Mrs. Ruby,
Highland Park Methodist; Mrs. Fred
Easter, Mrs. G. M. B. Williams, Mrs.
"Wells, St. Clement's Episcopal: Mrs. "W.
C. Davis, Mrs. J. N. Hughes, Mrs. J. T.
Woodside. Trinity Methodist; Mrs. Brad
ford Hardle, Mrs. C. L. Castery, Mrs.
KHlian, "Westminster Presbyterian.
SCHOOL OF MINES
CLOSES AT S0C0RE0
Citizen Falls Heir to $80,000.
pointed. Socorro, X. M., May 1,8. The faculty
and students at the School of Mines are
preparing for the summer vacation as
the examinations are nearly over. The
commencement exercises will begin on
Thursday evening and a dance will be
had on Friday n-ig-ht. Numerous invi
tations have been sent over the ter
ritory. Professor Robert Kirchman of the
School of Mines has resigned, aside
from his professional work, professor
Kirchman has taken quite an active in
terest in local athletics and baseball,
and the good work of the School of
Mine team is largely due to his coach
ing. He has accepted a lucrative posi
tion at Santa Rita with the CIncho
Mining company, and tvill start next
week on his new duti-s.
John E. Griffith, district attorney,
left with his famiry f6r Deming.
Judge Merritt C. Mechem is at Car
rizozo holding court, which will be in
session two weeks.
Charles Ross, of the Rio Grande Sup
ply companv. reports that he has fallen
heir to $80,000 as a result of his wife's
death. Mr. Ross states he will continue
his connection with the supplj' com
pany. "W. D. Xewcomb, district clerk, is
back at his office after having at
tended court at Hillsboro.
Several new buildings are In course
of construction at Socorro and others
are planned. Among the buildings re
cently erected lis a brick store for Mr.
Leeson and which will probably be oc
cuDied by a vaudeville show.
Miss Daughert', who has been '11, is
Professor Carl Smith, of the School
"JUST L.IKB PAPA."
Children Glad to Have Their Drink Like
More than any of the old folks realize,
the little folks at the table like to have
food and drink the same as Father and
Perhaps yon can remember the time
when a fork-full of the meat or potato
or a sip from the cup that your Father
! nr Afnthpr wns usine- seempfl to nossess
some remarkable merit and flavour.
If children can be given a strong
nourishing food drink such as Postum
it satisfies their desire to have things
like the older folks, and at the same
time gives them a drink -they love and
A lady up in Oakes, N. D., says that
since their family have been drinking
Postum the children are stronger and
better than ever before, and are so glad
that they can have coffee to drink "'Just
The husband and father was taken
sick with a very severe attack of stom
ach trouble and had to give up work,
being confined to the house for some
weeks, suffering greatly. For some
time he had been in the habit of drink
ing coffee for breakfast, and tea for
dinner and supper. The wife writes:
"After reading some of your advertise
ments we wondered if coffee and tea
had not been the cause of his sickness.
"We finally decided to have him quit
tea and coffee and try Postum. He dates
I his recovery from the day he com
menced to drink Postum, and has not
had to stop work from sickness since
"Some years ago I tried a package
of Postum and did not like it, but I
know now that it was because I did
; not make it right. It is easy to make
good Postum if the simple directions
on the package are followed. The only
failure is when people do not boil it
Read "The Road to "Wellvllle," found
in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from, time to time. They
arc genuine, trae, and full of human
E! Paso Past eiir insfifufe
For Preventive Treatment
325 SAX ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res., 3457
THE teeth are injured more
by neglect than from
any other cause. Thoroughly
brush them every day with
Ufa LYH11 H
and they will be cleansed,
preserved and beauti
fied. It neutralizes mouth
acids and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
of Mines, is getting ready to go- to
Denver and eastern points for his va
cation. A. "Winkler has gone to Stockton,
Dr. Kittrell has been reappointed
H. E. Sweet has arrived from a visit
to Las "Vegas, and resumed his duties
at the county clerk's office.
In looking for Halley's comet do not
overlook the Melvln Mat Co.
AIRDOME COMPANY ARRIVES.
Ollie Mack, known to everybody of
El Paso from his long connection witn
Murray and Mack, arrived today with
his company preparatory to opening at
the Airdome next Tuesday night. Mr.
Mfaak's company numbers 20 people
and includes one of the best choruses
ever seen in this city. The opening bill
will be "A Night on Broadway" and was
last seen here at the Myar opera house
at $1.00 and $1.50. The prices at the
Airdome this season will be 25 and 35
cents, and there will be -no reserved
seats! All the Murray and Mack mu
sical successes will be given.
HUMAN TALKING PICTURKS.
One of the big novelties of the season
will be seen here starting next Sunday
night at the Majestic theater. Mr. Able
man's company of actors will make their
first appearance in the southwest In
what is known as the Human Talking
pictures. The very latest pictures will
be shown and will be fully acted by the
company. Mr. Ableman's company has
played the very best theaters of tlie
country and everywhere they have met
with the greatest success. The prices
will be 10 and 20 cents.
'CAR3IEN" MUSIC AT CRYSTAL.
"The Cigarette Maker of Seville" will
be shown at the Crystal, "the house
cosy," tonight for the last time. Special
music from the grand opera -"Carmen"
will be played. The packed houses last
night attested the popularity of this
great film in which Mile. Pilar-Morin,
the noted French actress, appears.
The "Wigwam will have an all comedy
J. R. Harper, Presiding.
C. B. Bell vs. J. P. Gasey, jr.. suit tor
dissolution of partnership and an ac
counting; on trial. t
A. M. Walthall, Presiding.
Julia Ivapolis vs. Antonio Xapoli. suit
for divorce; divorce granted to de
fendant on cross bill. She 'was also
awarded the custody of their 5 year old
Lena Warren Thorpe vs. John Thomas
Thorpe, siut ior divorce and custody or
boy; on trial.
A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding.
El Paso Lumber company vs. tLulu
Brawn, stiit on account; on trial.
Grooving from a humming- bird size to
a good sized broiler. Melvln Meat Co.
OF THE TATLER APPEARS
High School Publication Depicts Student
Studying Comets; Dedicated to
Miss Isabel Kelly.
The commencement number of the
Tatler, the El Paso high school journal
for 1910, was issued Wednesday. The
cover design is artistic and shows a stu
dent delving into the mysteries of astron
omy trying to learn something of the
comet. The cover is in the orange and
black colors of the high school.
The book, which is dedicated to Miss
Isabel Kelly, who has taught Spanish in
the high school for several years, is re
plete "with illustrations of the graduates,
other classes, and the various athletic
teams, and also contains news and views
of interest to the school children and
their friends. It contains S3 pages and
is a credit to the publishers.
CARLSBAD DRUG STORE SELLS
FOR $11,000; PERSONAL NEWS
Carlsbad, X. M., May 18. The Star
Pharmacy has been sold by J. B. Rob
erts to H. I. Braden, of Rocky Ford,
Colo., for $11,000. Mrs. Braden will join
her husband in Carlsbad.
Fred Gordy, bookkeeper for the Joyce
Pruit company for the past two years,
has gone for a. tnvo months' visit to his
former home in Alabama. He will re
turn to Artesia, where tie will be
assistant manager of thp store under
The power house ot the Public Util
ities company has been enlarged and the
(plant improved. An additional gener
ator had become necessary.
A fishing party composed of Bert
Sehwerdtfegcr, H. F. Christian, G. E.
Benson and their wives, report an abund
ance of fish in Bl ek river.
VISITOR TO JTTAREZ SAYS
HE WAS RORTJED OF ?50
Franklin TV. Wakefield, said to be a
railway man of prominence in the south
west. Tas relieved of $50 in United
States bills, according to his report to
Juarez police late Tuesday nigrht. Com
plaints, based on his testimony, hae
been filed In the court of letters
against "Watoga Boudnot and Carmen
Caldwell. Both the man and woman are
said to have drawn the American vis
itor into a room and obtained the $50
in some mysterious manner.
MEXICO RANCHMAN' RETURNS.
David B. Russell, owner of the bg
L.a. Solidad hacienda at Guadalajara
.lexico, is in El Paso on his way home
'iom a trip in the east-
milt -""'Ml i $&HBit&J&T&tWi QBiEi&.!JA'' IJF
I &M OmwW.t 1910 gf3!9F3
The House of Kuppcnhdmcr
Three Bargains in
Four-in-Hand Ties, made of
extra quality silk, in all the
best colors and designs of the
season. All of our regular
50c styles, Qo
special J w
Four-in-Hand Ties of fancy
silks, good quality, in a great
variety of light, medium and
dark colors. ALL of our reg
ular 35c styles,
Washable Foui-in-Hand Ties,
made of madras and pique,
white and colored. Our reg
ular 25c quality,
S. P. TO KIP RAP AXD PROTECT
ITS BRIDGE AT YUMA
Ruilroad Contract With Colton Quarry
for SOOO Tons of Rock on
Orders have been received by James
Grateau, chief of the bridge mainten
ance and construction department of
the Southern Pacific, to rip rap the
piers of the bridge across the Colorado
A contract for the work has been
made with the Declez Quarry company
near Colton, Ca!., for SOOO tons of rocks
in large blocks. The reason for con
veyhug It suh a long distance is said
t) be that there is no place between
Tucson and Yuma, or between Yuma
and Colton, ihere stone in blocks of
the desired size can be obtained.
The work will begin as soon as a
construction crew can be organized and
derricks placed in the river at Yuma
for unloading the heavy blocks.
VACANCIES IN FREIGHT
TRAIN" SEItTICE CREWS.
The following vacancies aie open to
filing on the Tucson division of the
Southern Pacific: Freight brakeman on
cab No. 287 of through freight on Tuc-son-Gila
district: freight brakeman on
cab No. 349 of Rio Grande-Lordsburg
local; freight brakeman on cab No. 3S2
of through freight on Tucson-Gila dis
trict; freight brakeman on cab No. 53,5
of through freight on Tucson-GIla dis
trict; freight brakeman on cab No. 405
of ballast work train; freight "brake
man on cab No. 316 on Lordsburg-Ben-son
local; freight brakeman on cab No.
406 of through freight on Gila-Yuma
district. The time for filing for the po
sitions exp'ires at noon May 31.
RICE MEN OF TWO
STATES TO ADVERTISE.
Lake Charles, La., May 18. If plan
broached today mature, a quarter of a
million dollars will be spent by the
Rice Millers' association of Texas and
Louisiana advertising the products of
the two states.
The officers elected were J. E. Brous
sard of Beaumont, president; J. A. Fos
ter, of Lake Charles, vice president;
"Walter S. Davis, of Galveston, second
vice; J. W. Green, of Crowley, treas
urer. DR. PEARSON WILL j
ARRIVE SATURDAY f
Authentic advice received by South- j
western officials state that T)r. F. S. ;
Pearson and his part3 will arrive in El '
Paso Saturday nieht on Southwestern I
train No. 1. arriving at the union sta- .
tion at 10:40 p. m. The pirtj" is travel-
1 The Flavor
M That is why g
Burnett's Vanilla 1
Kj stand's in a class by itself. For M
m nearly sixty years, Burnett's gj
m Vanilla Extract has been the m
9 recognized standard of purity and 9
S excellence by which all other I
B Vanilla Extracts have been judged, g
j You may look the world over g
R and you will ne7er lied another s
1 vanilla anywhere, quite so rich 0
1 and satisfying in strength or with
m quite so rare and delicate a flavor. M
I BURNETT'S i
H Ash for Ii b$ Name accept 3
M no other bracu. M
2 5 to 3 D Per Cent
of the COST of a SUIT?
THAT'S the opportunity the Ex
pansion Sale presents. The best
styles of men7s two-piece suits, from
the makers of the "best clothes on
earth" Kuppenheimer and Hart
Schaffner & Marx are priced at a
fourth to a third under the real value.
This pricing is not on a limited num
ber nor on special lots selected for sale
purposes, but on the entire stock o"6
two-piece summer suits none except
ed, none reserved.
Men who appreciate good tailoring and good ma
terial will quickly see the value in these. Every
coa is hand-tailored and shaped as carefully as
though made to order- The popular light grey3
are profusely shown in plain and novelty weaves
and in addition to these the color range i3 va
ried enough to suit every man'3 and young
And every one is marked at a price
that means a -saving of from 25 to 35
$1.50 Bates Street
Perfect fitting negligee, and pleated
shirts in neat and new light and dark
patterns. All sizes in the regular $1.50
styles; specially rr
ing on the car ''Mayflower ' and will en
ter the eastern division of tihe South
western baturdav morning.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
J. J. Schmidt has been assigned to
duty as freight conductor on the S. P.
Benson-Lordsburg local, on cab No. 317,
vice E. H. Saunders.
J. T. Moxev has succeeded F. "R.
j Thayer as freight brakeman on cab Xo.
i i ot me enson-j-iOrcsDurg local or
the S. P.
J. A. Burke has been assigned to duty
as freight brakeman on the S. P. Benson-Lordsburg
local In place of C. M.
Berryhill, who has been transferred.
P. Murphy has succeeded H. A. Dooly
as freight brakeman on cab No. 317
on the S. P. through freight on the
Tucson-Lordsburg district, Mr. Dooly
having been transferred.
J. R. Sandlm has been asslcned as
freight brakeman on cab No. 3S4 on the
j?. if. tnrougli freight on the Tucson
Gila district, vice J. Hackett.
I B. L. Traweek has been assigned as
ireignt brakeman on cab No. 381 on
the S. P. through freight on the Tucson
Gllla district, vice A. R. Dollarhide.
J. C. Scanlin has taken the place of
W. F. Bullard as passenerer brakeman
! on S. P. trains Nos. 7 and 8 on the Tuc-
son-Kio Grande district under conduc
tor W. E. Clark, Mr. Bullard having
J. J. Ryan, superintendent of motive
power of the G. H. system, arrived in
the city Wednesday morning from the
A. C Burrows, traveling passenger
Sf tt Ms
Yes It Is Not
But say, fellows, you really ougM to have a
look at our line of " Beauty' '
Before you buy your next pair. You will
want to offer us S5.00 for 'em and feel like
3ou were cheating us out of $1.00 when you
pay only S4.G0.
He to Save
agent of -the New- York Central line
C. A. Melin, traveling passenger agttn
of the Nickel Plate road, and J. A. uo
lan, general agent of the Erie railroad
at Denver, were in El Paso Tuesday
and "Wednesday. All three have head
quarters in Denver, Colo.
E. D. Queen has been employed as a
operator for the Southern Pacific and
has gone to San Francisco to take up
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