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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, June 16, 1910.
The California White
Packed under the Ferndell Brand is the tenderest,
most delicious and the best flavored of A. fit
any asparagus grown; 3 lb. cans, each rrlC
MAHSOOIX SWEET PICKLED PEACHES
Packed in three pound cans is the same in flavor
and richness as that of home made sweet pickled
3 Pound Cans 35c Three for $LG0
2TEW VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP
Pure sap of the Bock maple tree drawn through
covered spouts into covered pails and reduced to
syrup in evaporators, produce the best flavored
and cleanest maple syrup. This is the kind we
handle. It has that true and delicious maple flavor
which is so universally enjoyed and appreciated.
Quart Cans 45c Each
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St
FANCY CANTALOUPES AND WATERMELONS
IT IS A FACT
AH factories in the United States have advanced
their house paints 20 to 25 cents per gallon. Tur
tle's Imperial is still selling at $1.80 per gallon.
Tutile Paint 1 Glass Co.
See lis or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting G-oods Line. f
SHELTON-PAYNE AHMS CO. v
TULAROSA COPPER CO.
About 98 Miles from El
Paso on flie 1 Paso &
Northeastern R. R.
RAnn7nTI1a He-depoSlt S monzonite (Porphyry) copper at
SSffnLSfl' N5r3f ' 12 " frm Tularosa station, and com
Ey Jyrt n?4 concentrating mill, which will be inbperaSok
TJ- P ?Sffn $W005.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
P. P. Kern, President Southern Iron & Equipment Company, Atlanta Gal
tart.lSl WallaCe lace & SnmJyei,5lSto
tbisapr. t6d n NeW Yrk Gurb Por cIuotetion3 see Financial Column
merJe recommend the above enterprise as an investment of unquestioned
"&nJSaraSBS I irving k, FARRIKGTCM & CO.,
Klsia 3rket Letters. Established 1800. 37-4S Wall SU New York City.
2epreserrfaitlTe -K-anted la El Paso.
HEAVIEST FLOODS IX
60 YEARS; 20 DEAD.
Berne, Switzerland, June 16.
-.Floods In Swlezarland caused
by continued rains, particu
larly in the eastern and central
district, have proved the anost
disastrous in 60 years. Twenty
lives "were lost- The property
loss is estimated at twand a
TRAVELING MAX DIES.
Waco. Tex., June 16. J. E. Allison,
one of the -most prominent traveling
men in the state, a member of the
United Commercial Travelers, died here
today. He is survived by a family.
Douglas vs. El Paso, Friday and Sat
urday 4 p. m. Sunday 3:30 p. m.
We would like to
have you see our
Before buying your
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the skin perfectly normal, pure, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
If your druggist hasn't Imperial Ec
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it for you, mall us ?1 and we -will Bead
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
Regular 25 Cents
PINK and WHITE
15 Cents a Pound
C S. PICKRELL. Mgr.
205 N. Qreron St. Phone 34?
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taxpayers on next Tuesday will vote
favorably upon the bond Issue so as to
enable this council to purchase the ex
isting plant in the event that a satis
factory solution of the financial diffi
culties can be presented or in the event
of failure so as to put in the hands
of the council sufficient money with
which to secure a water supply for the
city and the citizens.
I deem it my duty to inform you and
to put it upon record that it is my posi
tive opinion that it is absolutely es
sential to the welfare of El Paso that
those bonds should be authorized, for if
we do not purchase the existing plant
on account of inability to finance it we
will need the money still more urgently
In order to provide ourselves -with other
means of supply
It must never be forgotten that even
though the council be authorized by t)
election to issue the bonds unless It
need not be issued and sold unless it
becomes necessary to do so to purchase
the existing plant or provide another.
W. F. Robinson, mayor.
Letler To "Water Co.
El Pao, Texas, May 24, 1910.
International Water Co.
El Paso, Texas.
Your proposal to sell your plant to
the city for the sum of $927,000, of
which $450,000 are to be paid you forth
with and the remainder (the amount
due bondholders) to remain In Hen on
the property has in substance been
approved by the people.
Without laying any stress upon my
individual opinion as to the expedience
of this course I assure you that I am
willing to obey the directions of my
constituents if it can be done and the
public supplied -with water by your
plant, either in its present condition
or in the state which the city has a
means to place It. The present system
Is confessedly and wholly inadequate
therefore it must be enlarged and that
too at an expenditure of some $400,000
or the public will suffer a great and in
creasing deficiency of an essential to
. Matter of Money.
The city can now raise $375,000 and
no more. You demand this in part pay
ment of the $450,000 to become due
you for purchase money and in addi
tion thereto you ask for the further
sum of $75,000 to be taken from the
"Where could we get the additional
sum of $400,000 imperatively required
to enlarge the plant and enable it to
perform the functions for which and
for which alone It is to be purchased?
Is the public to pay you $450,000 to
enable you to retire without loss from
an unsuccessful enterprise and then
find itself as badly or worse off for
water than it was before that great
expenditure? The people will not for
one moment tolerate such a proposition
and I will not sanction any measure
which would in the slightest degree
tend to compel them to do so.
The charter, general laws and the
constitution of this state absolutely for
bid us to raise more than $375,000. This
is not an empty assertion but a fact
known to none better than yourself.
j Should -we give you all of this, painfully
raise $75,000 more and then still suf
fer for the necessity you promise to
"Would Xot Defeat People's Will.
I do not desire to defeat the will of
the neonle arir? -o rJpnv tlifir rpmiost
1 frkr mT?nTrinal rTX-ll &Tc;1ilrk rt vnitt- rloYt-
I am willing to follow them and do
not seek to impose my own opinions.
I have a plan by which your plant can
be bought and at the same time the city
can have the means to provide its In
habitants with water. That plan in
brief is this:
that event you will be at liberty if you
deem advisable to adopt more ener
getic measures which offer a reasonable
hope of a satisfactory and not distant
solution of our water question.
W. M. Coldwell,
City health officer W. H. Anderson's
weekly reoort showed a total of 21
deaths, of which six were Americans, j
15 Mexicans; 24 births of which eight
were Americans. 16 Mexicans. lne
fited; the matter of paying counsel Is
left for the council to decide."
Mayor Robuison then referred the
matter to the finance committee.
Alderman McGhee recommended that
the city clerk be instructed to draw a
warrant for $7444.35 in favor of the
Rio Grande bank to pay interest on the
Stock Yard Hearing.
The council then adjourned until 2
t clock for the purpose of hearing pro
tests against the stock yards -within the j
LAS CRUCES AND
HAS NEW OFFICES
cases "of contagious diseases reported The Las Cruces Organization
existing are -whooping cough, 68; small
pox 6; measles, 26; typhoid fever, 21;
217 inspections were made of meat
markets, 125 of dairies, 23 of slaughter
houses, 110 of fruit and vegetable j
stores and wagons, 44 of premises, 1-333
cattle were inspected for tuberculosis,
1116 found free; 217 reacted. Forty
nine were butchered and 10 condemned.
Two hundred and thirty-one pounds of
meat were condemned. One hundred and
seventy-eight cattle, 14 hogs, 20 calves,
20 sheep, 76 goats were condemned. Two
cows and 20 pounds of pork were con
demned. Eight hundred and 40 persons
were vaccinated during the week.
'Since the quarantine began," said Dr.
Anderson, "we have issued certificates
to 9524 persons and vaccinated 3714.
In another month we will probably be
able to discontine the quarantine,
though we are still vaccinating on an
average 50 persons per day.
"I believe this is the first city in Tex
as that has tested all its dairy cows."
Sew er Work.
Sewer commissioner J. AV. Hadlock's
weekly report showed 100 feet of
sewer laid, 50 feet of sewer cleaned at
Ninth and Oregon streets, five plugged
sewers cleaned, five ys put In; 20 flush
tanks and manholes examined.
Police chief Jenkins's report for May
showed collections amounting to
Alderman Blumenthal reporting on a
petition to have M. Melvln move chick
ens away from the rear of his market
on Stanton and Texas streets, said he
found everything in a satisfactory con
dition and there is no ordinance which
would prevent his keeping chickens, so
the petition was denied.
Clayton recommended that a fran
chise be granted Silberberg Bros, to run
Skips Apples J?mit
Las Cruces, X. M., June 16. The Me
silla Valley Produce Exchange ha3
moved into its new offices adjoining
its big hay barn west of the Santa Fe
Wednesday the exchange shipped 50
boxes of line yellow transparent ap
ples, nearly the entire shipment go
ing to Illinois points. A car load of
fruit boxes lias been ordered for tne
members of the exchange, also several
cars of onion crates will be ordered
to pack the big crop of onions for mar
ket. There is a big cabbage crop this
season and the exchange is now en
deavoring to get a car in for early
Buy Your Summer Supply of
$4.00 White Repp Skirts $2.95
Tomorrow we offer an extra special in Women's
Tailored WMte Skirts. These skirts are made of a
very nice quality of repp. There are three styles to
select from each a "this summer's" style. Skirts
are stylishly trimmed with pearl buttons, which can
be removed before the skirt is laundered.
Not a skirt in the whole lot worth less than $4.00; Ex
tra Special tomorrow, in
the Eeady-to- djo Qjf
Wear Section.. P 20
BERIXO STORE OPENS WITH
TWO DANCES LOCAL. .VOTES.
Berino, X. M., June 16. The new Be
rino store was opened by two dances,
one given for the Americans and the
other for the Mexicans.
The attendance at Sunday school is
keeping up well considering the hot
Mrs. V. G. Gardener entertained her
Sunday school class at her home. Those
present were Dorothy and Donald Price, i
Gertrude and Leo Billings, Emma
Bains, Moody Kilgore, Sadie Sykes and
There will be preaching services Sun
day bj J. L. Burns.
Miss Georgia Smith is up to spend
the summer with her parents.
Mrs. Rawllngs has returned home
after a week's visit to her son, Dr. J.
A. Rawllngs, of El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Coxhead, who
Tomorrow is "Remnant
Day" in the Calisher
Easement. The week's accumulation of rem
nants will be on sale tomorrow. Don't overlook
the Remnant Tables. Dainty summer waists
not to mention children's dresses can be made
from remnants picked up for a trifle.
have been visiting the Kilgore family,
a "team pipe from the Rio Grande bank j have returned to their home in Chi
building to their new store on the cor- j huahua, Mex.
ner of .uesa aenue and Texas street. Miss Annabel Cushman. of Dallas,
'Of course this is subject to the up- j Texas, visited with the Kilgore family
Pionl ot the city afrney as wo are i,Prp. on her wav to attend the summer
1 growing fast and might want to build normai at Silver City. She expects to
rb &U p ssY -
lC&hmDuGocds Ox fj ijwfirt "
other vaiuaables. dated M.irch 30. 2910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to M. Lacour, war
ranty deed to lots 12 and 13 in block
34 in Miller's Washington Park adJi- !
tlon; consideration $1 and other valu- j
ables; dated March 30, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Walter A. Leolkes, !
warranty deed to lots 17, 18. 19 and 20
in block 163 of Westmont Heights ad
dition: consideration $45; dated June
a subway there sometime," he said.
Clayton also recommended the grant
ing of the petition of East El Paso resi
dents for a street to be cut through
the northern part of East El Paso and
' -,.itniiK ot Tularosa street from
Piedras street to Stevens avenue.
Further he recommended that the
bai.i rim in can Jacinto plaza be
destroyed and a concrete stand with a
tool house and public comfort subway
He also recommended the erection of
a tool house In Houston square, a pavi
lion in Mundy park for tools and that
the basin for a pool in Houston square
be converted to a sunken garden. The
enlarging of the keeper's house at
Highland Park was also recommended.
"Washington park needs, several
changes," he said. "There are too
many cross walks and a number of
trees need transplanting. The zoo is
in a bad place and it has been arranged
to move the animals to a point near
! teach in the territory.
A. AXD M. COLLEGE ISSUES
ITS ANXUAL CATALOG.
Las Cruces, N. M.. June 16. The 20th
annual catalog has been issued by the
New Mexico College of Agriculture and j city Wednesday, returnln
Instead of paying you the $450,000 I the lake, where It is cooler and the
down now be content for the present
with a sufficient payment in the way
of earnest money to bind the bargain
unpleasailt odor of the cages not so
Fitzgerald Moor complained of wa-
and to show that we are acting In good tpr standing in the gutter In front of
faith and let the rest of your purchase
money remain a lien bearing interest
on the plant just like the sums due by
you to the bondholders until the
growth of the city enables us to dis
charge it. If this plan is adopted we
can secure you, obtain municipal own
ership and have money on hand with
which to make the improvements with
out which the plant will be of small
advantage to the public. This is my
proposition with which to meat the
many difficulties of this perplexing sit
uation. If it has your approval all can
be soon arranged, if not, what is your
plan? I am not wedded to my own
Ideas and will approve any suggestion
of yours which will solve the problem.
It must be solved. You have heard my
solution and I earnestly request you
either to approve It or to propose an
alternative. A speedy answer is re
quested. The bond election is approach
ing and the voters have a right to de
mand the information that will enable
them to cast their ballots with n full
knowledge of all the facts.
You may suggest that we pay you at
once the$375,000 to be raised by the sale
of the proposed bonds and then wait un
til the expected increase in taxable val
ues will enable us to call another bond
election and thus raise more money and
Improve the plant. Such a course will
necessarily occasion a long delay, dur
ing all of which the people will con
tinue to suffer and will not meet my
W. F. Robinson, mayor.
Alderman Hewitt asked the mayor if
he desired any action taken on this
communication and the mayor said:
"None is posible, we have received no
reply from the water company or its
attorneys. 1 simply want you to see
what has been done in the premises."
City attorney W. M. Coldwell then
presented the f6llowing report on which
no action was taken.
El Paho. Tex.. June 16, 1910.
Honorable City Council of the
City of El Paso, Texas.
The case of the city of El Paso
against International Water company Is
set to be heard before iudire T. S.
Maxey at Austin, Texas, on June 22.
1910. Unless some arrangement is made
with the Wafer company by which
the case can be either settled or post
poned, of which latter there Is small
expectation. It will be necessary for me
to be in Austin on June 22. It is im
peratively necessary for me to receive
instructions from you as to the course
which you desire to follow In the event
that the decision of the court is not
favorable to the maintenance of the re
ceivership. In my opinion, it would not be whol
ly unfortunate for the city, if the court
should dissolve the receivership, as In
Mechanic Arts. It contains 160 pages
filled with detailed information of the
college work in all departments and
all other information needful for the
The 1910-1911 term begins August
30. The board of regents remains the
same as last yeir, being R, E. McBride,
president. Las Cruces; Vincent B. May,
secretary and treasurer. Las Cruces -Hiram
Hadley. Mesilla Park; George
Arnot. Albuquerque, and W. A. Suther- day
LAS CRUCES LOCAL NEWS.
Las Cruces, X. M., June 16. H. P.
Noake, the EI Paso vehicle merchant,
was a business visitor in Las Crucej
Dr. W. C. Fields and Dr. G. D. Mar- l
j tin made a business trip to the Pass
I I nnircrrlaGvcFlPaco B
m ov m
j B Friday Saturday, 4 p.m. B
B Sunday - - 3:30 p.m. B
B WAQUTMr-TAM DADV B
S. C. Turkenkoph. representing the
"Overland automobile, with headquar- j
ters at Dallas, is In the city. EARTHQUAKES EN"
Martin Lohman and niece. Miss Car- j ATAT A "D"E T7T7T rn
son, were passengers out on the after- OJt xaJLiM AJttjli xii-ii.
noon train for El Paso Wednesday. j
W. L. Funk, brother of Mrs. Eugene "11Tn"hP -p nf Tfnncpc ArpDam
Guion, of San Francisco, has been vis- " UDer OI XLOUSeS JTe lim
iting at the home of his sister on Ala-"
meda road. He returned home Wednes-
land. Las Cruces.
Advisory members are William J.
Mills, governor of New Mexico, Santa
Fe: and J. E. Clark, territorial super
intendent of public Instruction, Santa
Diarrhoea should be cjred without
loss of time and by a medicine which
like Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Itemedy not only cures
promptly but produces no unpleasant
after effects. It never fails and Is
pleasant and safe to take. Sold by all
j his place on Overland street opposite
the police station.
"A New City Office."
Pete Candelario stated that he was j
appointed assistant weighmaster at a
salary of $25 a month m March. 1909,
but has never been paid. McGhee said:
"This is the first I have heard of it;
that department has never paid expens
es. It looks to me as If Mr. Comstock
might attend to that little work."
Hewitt said: "He might collect the
fees from the work done."
The Electric Railway company desir
ed to purchase 900 feet of sewer pipe
and their communication relative there
to was referred to alderman Blumen
The first approximate estimate of the
city engineer for paving North Stanton
street showed $5S97.S5 due, which the
clerk was ordered to pay.
The ordinance regulating hucksters
was laid over until next Thursday in
order that a provision might be inserted
relative to the is&uance of licenses.
An ordinance creating the office of
fire marshal, to Investigate all fires,
was placed on its first reading and
adopted, the emergency clause attached.
The salarv was fixed at $100 per month.
A petition was presented by a com
mittee of the -h'-aiber of commerce rep
questing that the' city council appoint
former mayor Joseph U. Sweeney to
represent tne city at the Insurance
hearing to be held in Austin on June
21, his expenses and fees to be paid
by the city from the general fund. This
was signed by AV. E. Anderson, H. D.
Slater, A. Schwartz and A. P. Coles.
After the reading of the petition,
mayor Robinson said: "We have al
ready been to a great expense, former
mayor Sweeney and -myself having
j gone to Austin. Nothing but our ex
penses were paid and -mayor Sweeney
received no fee."
LVldennan Hewitt then asked: "Since
a meeting of the legislature has been
called, are they going through the sanne
fight? Will not that hearing be called
Mr. Slater said: "We do not know
If they will call off the meeting, but
if it is held, the fight will go on and
we will need to be all the stronger. It
is most likely that the matter will go
before a legislative committee, but we
should be represented."
Mayor Robinson said: "The state
board has the law back of it. and can
change the rates if it so desires."
A. Schwartz said: "Senator Hudspeth
told me that the Insurance companies
will put up a big figiit and -we need
Mr. Slater then said: "Relative to
paying judge Sweeney out of the gen
oral fund, a large sum, probably $1500
or $2000 will be raised by popular sub
scription but this is a benefit to all."
Alderman Blumenthal asked: "Then
all that is asked is to pay judge Swee
ney's expenses and fee?"
Mr. Slater: "It does not seem right
that a few should bear, the burden of
all, for the whole !city is to be bene-
A. R. Coleman is now an Elk.
was Initiated Wednesday night.
Jeff Isaacks went down to El Paso
this forenoon. Mrs. Isaacks is in Prov
idence hospital to undergo an operation
Mrs. E. May went down to El Paso
this forenoon to visit her daughter,
Mrs. G. Andreas, of 322 Upson Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Rouault went to
El Paso this forenoon to meet the Miss-
asred in the Taw.n-. of
Madrid. Spain, June 16. Earthquake
shocks of varying duration from four
to 10 seconds were felt this morning
and- at points In Andalusia. In tAlmeria
j a "number of houses -were danracred.
MUSIC TEACHER WILL
RETURN TO LAS CRUCES.
Las Cruces, X. M.. June 16. Mis
Maud Morrison and mother. Mrs. L. C.
Morrison, are to return to Las Cruces , es Rouauit who arc returning from
in a lew weens to mane ineir nume. i scn0oI.
Ml.s Morrison was the teacher of vocal j
music at the Agricultural college two j TiAS CTIVCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
years ago. J Tag Cruces. N. M.. June 16. The fol-
DRAM1TIC CLUB GIVES
PARTY AT EARLHA5I.
Earlham. N. M.. June 16. The moon
light picnic given by the La Mesa Dra
matic club at the Creamer residence
was well attended. The members of
the club Are considering giving another
LAS CRUCES WOMEN
PLAN FOR CAKE SALE.
Las Cruces, N. M., June 16. The wo
men of the Catholic church will hold a
cake sale Saturday at Freeman &
Walker's store. The women are con
tributing liberally toward the improve
ment of their church property.
WASHINGTON FEELS EARTH
SHOCK 4000 MILES AWAY
"Washington, D. C, June 15. An
earthquake of considerable intensfty
and duration occurred this morning a
distance approximately of 4000 miles
from Washington, according to the
seismographs of Georgetown university.
The shocks began at 1:4S a., in-, and
continued two hours and 23 .minutes.
Preliminary tremors were followed by
two heavy shocks, followed by three
lesser shocks. -The movement was main
ly east and west-
j lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: Mrs. James Hoy. Rln
con: J. H. Zadick.' Denver: M. Miller.
Rincon: M. Hoy, Rlncon: B. P. Gonzales.
Las Voiris: S. Heeht. Denver: TT TT.
Olcatt. Washington. D. C: J. L. Miller. POSTOFFICE ROBBERY IN
Lo Angela: Wm. H. Burges. El Paso, j TEXAS TOWN DISCOVERED
Park Hotel: James A. Hunt and t San Antonio. Tex., June 16. Post
wife, El Paso: Mr. and Mrs. R. Mon- ' offlce Inspector C. B. Anderson re
tijo, Los Angeles: H. P. Noake. EI turned today from Kennedy and reports
Paso: S. C. Turkenkoph, Toledo. O.; L.
B. Croasdale. Phoenix.
LAS CRUCES MAN INJURED.
that the systematic robbery of the maiU
was discovered there when the plat
form of the old passenger station of
the San Antonio and Aransas Pass rail
way was torn away.
Many packages were found which
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces. X. M.. June 16. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec-,
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
Eva J. Edwards to Western Auction
and Mercantile company, warranty deed
to lots 5 and 6 in block 51 of Miller's
addition; consideration $1 and other
valuable consideration; dated June 6.
Ricardo Gonzales! to Facundo Quin
tera. quit claim deed to one 'certain
! lot in precinct 3 in the town of Las
Cruces: area 25 feet by 50 varas; con
sideration $25; dated May 3. 1909.
Henry D. Bowman et ux to George
E. Fischer and Chauncey O. Rucker,
warranty deed to the southwest quar
ter of section 26, the southeast quar
ter of the southeast quarter of section
27, and the northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of sectlen 35 in
township 25 south of range 2 east, con
taining 240 acres: consideration $5500;
dated June 11, 1910.
H. S. Anderson to D. S. Mytmger,
warranty deed to the east half of lot
block 75 of the original plat of Las j
Las Cruces. X. M.. June 16. Jack
roi a.r.""i j ,i?L2sss -- - -
IL. ll I t-t - . i J .- - -w . 1.1V.U.
uie Kasunuf Bni;mp wnicu ne is using
as power on a hay baler, running
Douglas vs. El Paso. Friday and Sat
urday 4 p. m. Sunday 3:30 p. m.
The federal authorities are working
on the case- but no arrests have been
Douglas vs. El Paso. Frirlav nnrJ Sat-
1 urday 4 p. m. Sunday 3:30 p. m.
GREA T RECEPTION
FOR MR. ROOSEVELT
New York. N. Y., June 16. When Col.
Theo. Roosevelt steps from the liner
which is bearing him home, to the reve
nue cutter Androscoggin Saturday
tinorning the machinery will be set in
motion for what is epected to be one of
the most remarkable demonstrations of
the kind ever held.
The celebration will consist of two
main features, a water parade and a
land parade. Hundreds of vessels will
take part in the former while the fes
tivities on the land will engage count
less thousands either as marchers or
The actual marchers will be restricted
Cruces: consideration $175; dated April to Rou&h Riders and Spanish war vet
14, 1910. j erang aesing as an escort. Other or-
.. T. .Miner to w. u. Frank, war
ranty deed to lots 6 and 8 In block 60
of Miller's addition: consideration $1
and other valuables; dated SepfambT
J. D. Wollett to Alfonso Castellanos
Haaf, warranty deed to lot 17 In biock
121 of Westmont Heights addition; con
sideration $25; dated June 15. 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Bertha B. La
cour, warranty deed to lots 39 and 40
in block 34 of Millers Washington
Park addition: consideration $1 and
ganizations are to be assigned to sta
tions along the line of march.
Mayor Gaynor's committee of 300 vis
iting governors and other notables will
extend first greetings on the Andros
coggin. The vessel wHl then take its
place at the head of a double column of
excursion steamers, private yachts and
tugs and the naval parade will begin.
For two minutes a salute to the ex
president will be given bv steam
whistles In the harbor craft.
Reaching the battery at 11 oclock.
Col. Rooseveit will be received by mayor
Gaynor and escorted to a stand and the
speechmaking will begin.
The distinguished homecomer will fol
flow the mayor with an address, which
will be his only public speech of the
day. The speechmaking ended, the land
parade will begin.
Col. Roosevelt will occupy a seat in
a carriage with Cornelius Vanderbllt
chairman of the reception committee.
Every family and especially those who
reside In the country should be provided
at all times with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Liniment. There is no telling when
It may be wanted in case of an accident
or emergency It is most excellent in all
cases of rheumatism. sprains and
bruises. Sold by ail druggists.
A cough, just a little cough. It may not
amount to much. Or, it may amount to
everything! Some keep coughing until the
lung tissues are seriously injured. Others
Az uouT dodo cfon Auer's Cherru Pec stop their cough with Aver's Cherrv Pec-
i total If he says, "Take u," thai take a. toraL Sold for seventy years. How
icsays. "Ho, then don L Zz long have you known it?
El Paso School
Upper intermediate, full high school, and ad
vanced elective courses. Theory, practice
and appreciation of music under the best
instructor. Resident director of physical
training and outdoor sports.
MISS SLATER MISS TAFEL, Principals.
520 rrospect Ave. El Peso, Texus.