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Monday, June 27, 1910.
Help "Wanted Male.
TELECILiPHY IS QUICKLY learned;
great demand for operators, situation
Ea; expenses low. Address Dallas
Telegraph college. Dallas Texas.
WANTED Firstclass salesmen -who
Iuit satd high grade property or stock
to sell irrigated vineyards in the cele
brate Pecos valley of Texas. An in
TtMOKat thfct appeals to the general
jmAHc. Liberal commissions to live
rcrwTB Write s for particulars. Fort
St4kS Irrigated Vineyards Co.,
3D3N Qer ilhistmted catalog explains
Ixsr w teaca narner trace in ie
K-efe. nan find free. Moler Barber Col
35. Fart Worth. Tex.
naa to drive wa
Foreman, El Paso
iron. ajkw to
I miry Co.. east end of Second St.
WASTED 2iea at Los Angeles, o
ecpease fa leera trade of electricity,
iil mWI i!nmlteg. bricklaying by
acsaal -xark on contract Jobs. Only few
..loath t roaafred; 2f students last
3-2& Catalog free. U. T. Schoo Con.
Cau. Xs Ageles.
AX dosses of
As well as
AMEJUCAN AND MEXICAN RAIL
PALL fc MITCHELL, EMPLOYMENT.
31 San Francisco St
p. o. 359. Both Phones.
Help Wanted Female.
TTAXTED Gfrl for general house
TCrk; must speak English; German
preferred. Apply Sunday. 922 W.
WASTED Flrsidass saleswoman for
dry gaeds. readytawear and shoes;
rawst be sMe to sell all over store;
ood salary t aae wbo can fill the
positfoa; state salary wanted and ref
reacos. Dan't answer unless you can
fill tbe bllL P. O. hex. 37, Silver City,
TVAXTED Wman for general house--srerk
Ja family o two: must stay
sights. Iwieire mornings from S to
V. iSTED Mexican girl for general
3-'Csewrk Wages S5 per week. Ap
jilr I52C East Boalevard.
"WASTED Position as concrete and
"beDdiag foreman- Bell Phone 1157.
jLl BOOKKEEPER desires situation
-srltk goo coacern; can furnish refer
ences sd feoad. Address J. 354, care
WANTED By an expert bookkeeper,
T-ro sess of oks to fill In afternoons;
at -resent employed forenoons. Seven
-rears witfc one of the largest firms ml
Th city. Accress J. -v. u--, -r- - ""--
WSTED Bv- a young Jap, a situa
t n to feelj coofe. table boy or house--sr.-rk.
4S S. EI Paso St.
WASTED Jast arrived. Firstclass
jrtgraplc office roan and book-Itf-eper;
can sell anything. Wants position-
Pkoae Bell 2662.
A REAUTDTTX, refined young woman
waats position as housekeeper. Write
A. H, cere Herald.
WANTED Position by competent and
experieaced sawmill man: understands
care of saws, handling Mexican labor
ard -ftoeataln lumbering; also prac
tical knowledge of the box business.
3GIL care Herald.
CLOTHING Highest price paid for 2nd
kas clothes, shoes, hats and furniture.
Paoae BeH 266.
WANTED Home for girl. 14: good
Fiea&T home desired: willing. Call
A Tito, pfcoae
Wanted To Exchange.
WASTED To trade suburban lots in
E Paso for house and lot in Cloud
croft. Address 276. Herald.
I WAST TO RENT a large, well lo
cated fnrnished rooming house or ho
tel. J. H 71S X. Campbell, El Paso.
WASTED TO RENT 3 unfurnished
roonas dose in. Bell phone 1925.
"WASTED Front 1 to 15 rooms, fur
iihed. Care Herald. B. F. R. Rent
znnst he reasonable.
Booms, Board, Etc.
CLEAN oetsfde rooms. 616 San Antonio. I
715 X. Oregon. Bell 2320.
TWO SICE LARGE ROQ3IS for rent,
with or -without board. Opposite Car
IIOrSEKEEPISG R003IS 1701 TVyo.
FOR RENT 2 large cool front rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping;
-walking distance. 1115 X. EI Paso. Bell
R003IS Sll San
FOR RENT Large furnished room,
private porch and sleeping porch.
FOR RENT Two or three modern
Iiottsekeeping rooms, close in; home
like plac; special rate through sum
mer Phone 1767 Auto.
AV.1LON for the coolest rooms in
towa; all newly furnished. Over
Jiraa's Drgg store.
SXTTE attractive housekeeping rooms
upetairs. 1W7 X. El Paso.. 3246 Bell.
FIXtSISHED RO03IS, single or en
raite; good home for Invalids; trained
jj arses In attendance. Bell 750; Auto.
213. Ilf2 Texas.
TE LARGE ROOjr for light house-k'-pfog;
private faaillv. lis S. St.
Coolest, cleanest rooms in citv, 4
bi'-cks from plaza. Ill w. Boulevard.
WELLrNCTQN rooms, permanent-trans.
COOL, pleasant rooms. 325 Prospect.
HOUSEKEEPING R003IS Pnrrh
euade. electric lights? also unfurnished
:a Antonio. Phone 2072.
FIR3I5HED R003IS FOR RENT with
- -K-ithont board. 1816 TVyoming.
TWO R003IS, modern, bath and phone.
ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM for light
J'ousekeeptog. aad one small front
rc.m for ? per raoatfe. 314 E. Mis
farL FT RNISHED ROOSIS Cool
7 X. Sc-atoa.
HOlSETvBEPING ROOMS, sleeping
refc- Xo sick. SIS N. Kansas.
BOARU AND ROOMS, strictly first
class. 3rs. Leary. 613 X. Kansas.
Booms, Board, Etc.
The dining room of the Alvarado ho
tel is now under the management of
Mr. W. G. Munday. formerly of Dun
can, Ariz. Mrs. Munday is the man
ager who made the Duncan hotels fa
mous for home cooking. Mrs. Munday
has spent years catering to the public
and personally superintends every or
der that leaves the kitchen, and feels
confident she can please you. Give us
a call and you will surely come again.
CLEAX. COOL housekeeping and sleep
ing, rooms, summer rates. 512 Myrtle.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
126 Chihuahua St.
FOR REXT Nicely
1123 N. Oregon.
CLEAN" COOL ROOJIS, summer rates.
304 E. Overland.
NICELY furnished rooms, no sick.
Mesa Ave. Mrs. Collier.
716 N. Santa Fe.
rooms very cheap.
ROOM AND BOARD Summer rates;
large sleeping porch. 711 San Diego
St. Phone 1314.
FOR REXT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. S09 N. El Paso St.
SUITE housekeeping ana furnished
rooms, gas. summer rates. 33S Leon.
TWO NICELY" furnished rooms lor
light housekeeping; bath, phone; no
sick. 912 X. Stanton. -
HOUSEKEEPING R003IS 1115 E. Mis
souri. FOR RENT 3 or 4 housekeeping
rooms, furnished, screened porch. 1013
X. Florence. Phone 1948.
ROOMS $5 UP Board; housekeeping
suite, S10 per month. 1100 Texas. Bell
LAKOTA Cool roonis, single or en
suite; $2 week up. 416 Mesa.
FOR RENT Xice, cool furnished
rooms, light housekeeping and sleep
ing. 112 E. Missouri, 2nd floor.
GREAT NORTHERN Cleanest outside
rooms In city; free bath; $2.50 per week
up. Housekeeping suites.
FOR REXT 2 nice housekeeping
rooms. 611 X. St. Vrain St.
BEST TABLE BOARD IN
rooms. At 419 X. El Paso.
FOR RENT Furnished 3 housekeeping
rooms on W. Rio Grande; has gas
range, electric lights, large porch and
separate yard. $18 per month. Call a
Model Dry Goods store, Overland, cot.
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, over Bryan Bros.'
store. Enquire at Bryan Bros.
COOL furnished rooms. 606 X. Oregon.
ALAilO INN, 314 S. El Paso St.; finest
rooms in city.
HOUSEIv'G ft:-n. rooms. 504 Mesa.
For Bent Houses.
FOR RENT Modern S room house,
close in, partly furnished or unfur
nished. 219 W. Rio Grande. Bell
FOR RENT Large house, modern and
well located. Phone 2132.
FOR RENT Furnished cottage. 3
rooms, 2 screen porches, bath and elec
tric lights; block from end -of High
land Park car line and Altura post
office. Phone 2436.
FOR RENT Z room furnished mod
ern flat, summer rate, $15. At 2312
Wyoming St., opposite S. TV. shops, or
9 rooms, 1212 X. Oregon $50.00
5 room flat in Brazos 32.50
4 room, Boulevard 22.50
6 rooms, 1412 Boulevard 35.00
All good locations.
Turner & Davis.
3IODERN 5 room cottage for rent. 1010
X. Florence. Apply within or phone
FOR RENT AT LAS CRUCES Nice 8
room residence convenient to college;
all modern equipments. Apply to S. P.
Sullivan, Las Cruces, X. M.
FOR RENT Furnished modern four
room flat. $25 per month. Apply 720
Stores and Offices.
FOR RENT Store room at corner St.
juuis auu .tvansas. .ppiy io iugnes
DESK ROOM FOR RENT in chamber
of commerce building, suitable for ma
chinery or railroad. Address box 39S,
or apply Xo. 8 Chamber of Commerce
t?ni Dfvm o ..ivr.... o .a...
Xationa' Bank of Commerce building.
T or, oter advertisements see "Too
j Late to Classify" columns.
FOR SALE: BEST COUNTRY HOTEL
business in the county, good patron
age, just right distance from El Paso;
fine accommodations to and from city.
Other interests cause of wanting to
sell. Address Box 555, El Paso, Texas.
FOR SALE Small grocery doing cash
business; good neighborhood. R. L.,
FOR SALE Clean stock of dry goods,
and shoes, invoice $3500; county fast'
developing and town growing; net
profits last year 17 percent. Only one
other store of kind in town. Price 90
cents cash; good chance for live man.
Address 100 R., Herald.
WANTED Man with stock of general
merchandise, or cash, for store on
Mimbres river, on my land adjoining
cannery; best location to make money
in the country. I will take Interest
In same. Chas E. Xapp, box 852, EI
FOR SALF. Grocery store with meat
market conveniences. Address 444,
COLLINS WIRELESS TELEPHONE.
Parent stock for sale, few days only,
at S2 per share. This Is a snap. I
need the money, hence the sacrifice.
FOR SALE a room rooming house;
$200 $75 cash, balance on time. Bell
FOR SALE in best mining town in
Arizona, soda fountain and candy store.
A snap. Other interests cause of sell
ing. Address E. 16S, Herald.
For Sale or Exchange.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A $60,000
ranch, 1 mile of Las Cruces; conveni
ent to college, reasonable terms. Ap
ply to S. P. Sullivan, Las Cruces, X. M.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for vacant
lots, 1 cylinder runabout. Cadillac
Steinway Concert Grand piano. 512
SPECIAL NOTICE Before leaving
town sell your furniture for a good
PCice to the El Paso store, 400 El Paso
St. Bell 3491; Auto. 2491.
3IATTRESSES RENOVATED Both
phones. Metropolitan Renovating Co..
225 S. Stanton S
RAIN OR SHINE ONE DIME.
Independent Messenger Service.
Auto. 22S5. Bell 326
417 E. Overland St.
"WE REPAIR EVERYTHING."
Umbrellas, Key Fitting, Gun Lock
and bicycle work and supplies. Agents
El Paso Repair Shop,
20S N. Stanton St. Bell 139.
ROOFS REPAIRED AXD PAIXTED
Shingles painted for 51 per 100 square j
ieeL xm, iron or ruDDeroia, ouc per
.00 square feet. Impervious Lime
Paint Co. C. S. "Weeks, 713 Texas St
DEAD CATTLE, HORSES AND MULES
taken away free except Sundays.
Phones Bell 74; Auto. 1383. Victor Blot.
"LET THIS GET UNDER YOUR
We offer exceptional values in high
grade pianos. If you are anticipating
a purchase come see us. It's better
to be safe than sorry.
W. G. DUNN & CO.,
406 San Antonio Street.
Form 2 1131-1009-60C
INSURANCE AND BANKING
State of Texas.
Austin, Texas, June 1st, 1910.
To All Whom It May Concern:
This Is to certify that the Capital
Life Insurance company, of Denver,
Colorado, has in all respects fully com
plied with the lawc of Texas as condi
tions precedent to Its doing business
In this state, and I nave issued to said
company a certificate of authority from
this office entitling it to do business
in this state for the year ending the
2Sth day of February, 1911.
Given under my hand and seal of of
fice at Austin, Texas, the date first
Wm. E. Hawkins,
BILLY SMITH. EX-CHIEF DETEC
TIVE, is prepared to undertake all
general detective work entrusted to
him by corporations, banks and private
individuals; best of reference given.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
Address P. O. box 861.
THESE SUNNY DAYS
Sure do show up the dirty spots in your
hat. Better bring it down today and
I'll take them out. About time to have
yrvr straw hat put in shape, too. Straw
and Panamas are my long suits.
Dixpuy, The Hntter
402 North Oregon St.
Henry Sandcl K. E. Sandel
UNION DYE WORKS and Hat Hos
pital. Practical Cleaners, Dyers and
Hatters. 415 X. Stanton St., opposite
Southwestern building. Bell phone
070; Auto, pone 1379. El Paso, Tex.
WJB WANT your scoono nd furniture
for cash. We pay good prices. Daw
son & Brown. 115 N. Stanton. Tel. 339
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Because Harry & Co. has started his
second hand furniture business again.
You know that he pays the highest
prices for second hand furniture, stoves
l and carpets. Phone Bell 542. 422
San Antonio St. Opp. City hall.
For other advertisements
Late to Classify" columns.
For Sale Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE Hoffecker bankrupt stock.
If you need doors, sash or glass call
on us. Big reductions. Crawford &
Gottwald, 413 Boulevard. Phone 2383.
LARGE SODA FOUNTAIN
cheap. 219 S. Stanton St.
FOR SALE-- Electric piano In good
condition: a bargain. Phone 2635, or
address 2911 Alameda Ave.
Mrs. Armstrong's fine millinery
must be sold; salesrooms close after
July 4th. Call and profit by this clos
ing out. 819 X. Florence St. Phon4
3 POOLTABLES, fine condition, $60.00
each. Weiss, 211 S. Stanton. Auto. 1367.
For other advertisements see "Too
Late to Classify" columns.
STORAGE El Paso Trunk Factory.
For Sale Furniture.
FOR SALE Furniture of 6 room
rooming house just as It stands.
Rooms are filled. Bell 3475.
LEASE ON THE SHELDON HOTEL
will expire on the 25th day of Au
gust, 1910, and there will be offered
for sale to the public furniture as fol
lows: Iron beds, bed springs, mat
tresses, dressers, chairs, etc. Same can
be seen by calling at the office of the
Sheldon hotel day or night. Sell oe
or more pieces as may be desired
from this day until exDiration of lease.
J. TV. FISHER. Prop. '
For other advertisements
Late to Classify" columns.
FOR SALE Furniture for 12 roorn
boarding house, furnished from parlor
to kitchen; good house, centrally lo
cated; on Main St. in Las Cruces; can
be rented. TVrite box 28. Las Cruces,
FOR SALE Young singing canaries
cheap. In rear of 618 X. El Paso St.
FOR SALE CHEAP All of this sea
son's breeders in single comb R. I.
Reds. 50 hens, 5 cock birds In lots to
suit purchasers. Call or address. J. A.
Gumm, P. O. box 1005. Bell Phone
Horses, Vehicles, Etc.
WANTED Safe horse, buggy, harness;
must be cheap. Phone 1796.
FINE TEAM AND CARRIAGE for sale
201 W. Missouri. Phone 1606.
For other advertisements see
Late to Classify" columns.
Cattle, Hogs, Etc.
LllJGSTOCIv FOR SALE.
1000 each, 1, 2. 3 and 4 year old steers.
300 to 1500 cows.
300 to 2000 stock cattle.
Registered and thoroughbred bulls
for sale; also horses and mules.
,TVe buy and sell all kinds of live
stock. PIT3IAN LIVESTOCK CO.
223 Trust Building. Auto. Phone 2065
R. L. NICHOLS, attorney. Herald bldg.
Directory of Osteopathy.
DR. A. T. STILL, Osteopathic Infirmary,
from Kirksvllle, Mo., founder of Osteo
pathy, President American School of
Osteopathy. Dr. Ira TV Collins. Fhysi-cian-In-Chief.
President National Ostea
pathlc Association. Only recognized
osteopaths now In El Paso others were
compelled to take out medical license.
201 TV. Missouri btf Telephone 1606.
DR. W. R. WEEKS, 711 Texas St.
DR. AXXA REUM Over Calisher's.
THE MERCANTILE AGEXCY CO. R.
X. Muhl. Mgr. Hating and collecting.
15-17 Morehouse block. Successors to
the LOCAI MERCANTILE AGENCY.
It. G. DUN S- CO., iiercantilG Reports,
mercantile collections. El Paso office.
501 Guaranty Trust Bids.
EL PASO REPORTING AGENCY la
sues complete El Paso comDTcIal ro
ports For other advertisements see "Too
Late to Classify" columns.
For Sale Houses.
FOR SALE New 6 room cottage and
large basement; firstclass throughout.
South front on Boulevard. $4400. New
2 story handsome residence, 7 rooms.
2 extra sleeping rooms in basement;
also laundrv room, boiler room, steam
heat. See it to appreciate it. $9200.
Phone 1577. Phone after 7 p. m. Thos.
For Sale City Lots.
FOR SALE QUICK Four lots, Nos. 13.
14, 15 and 16, block 46. Tobin, Tex.
Make me an offer. Mrs. X. A. St. Clair,
FOR SALE 3 level lots In Highland
Park. $600 cash. Call or address
Owner, 613 X. St. Vrain St
S1SOO FOR $1200 4 finest lots in Mili
tary Heights, beautiful cottage, trees,
lawn, etc.; worth 1-3 more than I ask.
Must sell. Give me a bid at once.
Chas. E. Xapp, Deming, X. M.
AT COST 4 sandy lots, fenced, small
house, trees, good pump, water con
venient to irrigate; grow anything.
315 S. El Paso St.
FOR SALE BY OWNER NICE BUILD
ING SITE FOR HOME.
Lots 21 and 22. bloc. Xo. 79, Frank
lin Heights, Rio Grande St., just north
of Lamar school, within 1 block of
swell Montana St. property. South front,
level, 50 by 120 feet, alley in the rear,
good location. Price $1500:" terms to
suit. Address G. H. TVatkins, Aber
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS
FOR THE HAPPY HOUR
THERE ARE TWO ADS
TWO TICKETS EACH
SOMEWHERE IN THE
LOOK IT THE ADS.
TICKETS MAY BE FOR YOU.
SOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
The State of Texas,
County of El Paso. f
"Whereas, by virtue of the authority
vested in me as trustee named and ap
pointed In a certain deed ot trust re
corded in El Paso county, Texas, Deed
of Trust Records, vol. 4S, page 261,
executed and delivered to me on the
Sth day of December, 1909. by Henry
L. Alley ard his wife, Addle Alley, for
the better securing of the payment of
the balance due and unpaid on a cer
tain judgment rendered In cause Xo.
2347, J. B. Stokes et al. plaintiffs, vs.
L. C. Sharp et al, defendants. District
court, Taylor county, Texas, of the sum
of eight hundred sixty-five and 85-100
dollars, with interest thereon from
December 7th, 1909. at the rate of nine
percent per annum, and the sum of
thirty-two and 77-100 dollars, interest
paid the state of Texas on the herein
after described land with interest on
such sum from the 27th day of Decem
ber, 1909, at the rate of nine percent
per annum, more fully described In said
deed of trust;
And whereas, said deed of trust con
veys to me as trustee sections numbers
three and eleven in block number
eighty, original grantee, public school,
situated in El Paso county, Texas,
about two miles from the town of Pla
teau, same having been purchased from
the state of Texas by C. M. Xicks:
And whereas, in said deed of trust
said Alley and wife dedicated, desig
nated and set apart as their home
stead the south two hundred acres of
i land in a rectangular form out of said
section number eleven, said two hun
dred acre tract having for its south
boundary line the entire south boun
dary line of said section eleven;
And whereas, said deed of trust pro
vides that said interest to the state
of Texas so paid by the beneficiary in
said deed of trust shall be added to
said balance of said judgment;
And whereas, said deed of trust fur
ther provides that in case of the fail
ure or default in the payment of the
balance of said judgment, together
with Interest thereon accrued on or
before March 7th, 1910, then and in
such an event. I, trustee under said
deed of trust, am by said deed of trust
fully authorized and empowered, and
It Is made my special du'ty at the re
quest of the legal holder or owner of
said balance of said judgment at any
time after March 7th. 1910. to sell the
above described lands to the highest
bidder for cash in hand at the court
house door of El Paso county. Texas,
on the first Tuesday in any month be
tween the hours of 10 oclock a. m. and
4 oclock p. m.
And whereas, no part of said interest
so paid the state of Texas and no part
of said balance of said judgment has
been paid by the said Henry L. Alley
or Addle Alley or by any one for them
or either of them, and whereas. I have
been requested by J. E. Cockrell, of
Dallas county, Texas, the present legal
holder and owner of said balance of
said judgment and of said Interest so
paId to the state of Texas, to enforce
And whereas, said deed of trust pro
vides that I shall apply the proceeds
of any sale made by me to the payment
of said balance of said judment and
the interest thereon accrued and the
expenses of executing said trust, in
cluding 10 percent commissions to me
as trustee, and hold the remainder
thereof subject to the order of said
Henry L. Alley;
Xow. therefore, know all men, I will
offer for sale and sell between the
hours of 10 oclock a. m. and 4 oclock
p. m., at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand at the court
house door of El Paso county, Texas, in
the city of El Paso, on the first Tues
day in July, A. D.. 1910, all of said
sections numbers three and eleven in
block number eighty, original grantee.
Public School, situated in El Paso
county, Texas, together with all the
rights, members and appurtenances
thereto belonging, but subject, however,
to said homestead right of said Henry
L. Alley and Addle Alley.
Witness, my hand this 9th day of
June, A. D., 1910.
Creating the Oflee of Fire Mnrnlml, Pre
scribing the Duties Thereof, Provid
ing for Its Maintenance and Prescrili
inc: Penalties for Violations.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EL PASO:
Section 1. The office of Fire Marshal
is hereby created. Such office shall be
independent of other city departments,
tne 1? ire Marshal reporting directly to
columns. Try it and be convinced.
the Mavor and City Council. Such of
fice shall be filled by appointment by
the Mayor, bv and with the consent of
the City Council, within ten days after
this ordinance shall take effect. The
said Fire Marshal shall be properly
qualified for the duties of his office
(and shall be removed only for cause).
He shall receive an annual salary of
1200.00 dollnrs. navable in monthly in
stallments, as full compensation for his
Section. 2. The Fire Marshal shall in
vestigate the cause, origin and circum
stnnpps of everv fire occurring within
the City of El Taso. by wnich property .
has been destroyed or damaged, and '
shall especially maKe invesnga.Liun
to whether such fire was the result of
carelessness or design. Such Investiga
tion shall be begun within twenty-four
hours, not including Sunday, of the
occurrence of such fire. The Fire Mar
shal shall keep in his office a record
of all fires occurring within the city.
together with all facts, statistics and
circumstances, including the origin of
the fire? and the amount of the loss,
which may be determined by the inves
tigation required by this ordinance.
Such record shall at all times be open
to public inspection.
Section 3. The Fire Marshal when in
his opinion further investigation is ne
essarv. shall take or cause to be taken
the testimony on oath, of all persons
supposed to be cognizant of any facts
or to have means of knowledge in rela
tion to the matter as to which an exam
ination is herein required to be made,
and shall cause the same to be reduced
to vrltir: and if he shall be of the
opinion that there is evidence sufficient
to charge any person with the crime
of arson, or with the attempt to com
mit the crime of arson, or of conspiracy
to defraud, or criminal conduct, in con
nection with such fire, he shall cause
such person to be arrested and charged
with such offense or either of them, and
shall furnish to the proper prosecuting
attorney all such evidence, together
with the names of witnesses and all cf
the information obtained by him, in
cluding a copy of all pertinent and ma
terial testimonv taken in the case.
Section 4. The Fire - Marshal shall
have the power to summon and compel
the attendance of witnesses before him
to testify In relation to any matter
which is by the provisions of this ordi
nance a subject of Inouirv and investi
gation, and may require the production
of any book, paper or document deemed
pertinent thereto.' The said Fire Mar
shal is hereby authorized and empow
ered to administer oath and affirma
tions to any persons appearing as wit
nesses before him, and false swearing
in any matter or proceeding aforesaid
shall be perjury and shall be punished
as such. Any witness who refuses to
be sworn or who refuses to testify or
who disobeys any lawful order of said
Fire Marshal, or who fails or refuses to
produce any book, paper or document
touching any matter under examina
tion, or who is guilty of any contemptu
ous conduct after being summoned to
give testimony in relation to any mat
ter under investigation as aforesaid,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or and it shall be the duty of the Fire
Marshal to make complaint against said
Derson or oersons so refusing to com
ply with the summons or order of said
Fire Marshal before any justice of the
peace, police magistrate or in any court
of record within the city, and upon the
VI 1 CT.W 1 U llillUl LiC l-lj "U fcAfrVAX ..AS
filing of such complaint, such cause
shall proceed in the same manner as
other criminal cases and upon convic-
tion of any such person guiltv of a
violation of the provisions of this ordi-
nance. shall be fined In a sum not ex-
ceeding twenty-five dollars ($25.00) or
imprisonment for not exceeding
days; Provided, however, that any per
son so convicted shall have the right of
appeal. All investigations held by or
under the direction of the Fire Mar
shal may. In his discretion, be private,
and persons other than those required
to be present may be excluded from
the place where such Investigation is
held, and witnesses may he kept sepa
rate and apart from each other and not
allowed to communicate with each oth
er until they have been examined.
Section 5. The Fire Marshal shall
have the authority at all times of day
or night, in the performance of the
duties Imposed unon him by the provis
ions of thi: ordinance, to enter upon
and examine any building or premises
whore any fire has occurred, and other j
buildings and premises adjoining or i '
near the same.
Section 6. The Fire Marshal, upon
complaint of anv person having an In
terest in any building or pronerty adja
cent, and without any complaint, shall
have a right at all reasonable hours,
for the purpose of examination to en
ter into and upon all buildings and
premises within the city, and it shall
be his duty, quarterly or mhre often,
to enter upon and make or cause to be
entered upon and made, a thorough ex
amination of all mercantile, manufac
turing and public buildings, together
with the premises belonging thereto.
Whenever he shall find any building
or other structure which for want of
repair, or by reason of age or dilapi
dated condition, or for any cause, Is
especially liable to fire, and which is so
situated as to endanger other buildings
or property, or so occupied that fire
would endanger persons or property
therein, and whenever he shall find an
improper or dangerous arrangement of
stoves, ranges, furnaces or other heat
ing appliances of any kind whatsoever,
Including chimneys, flues and pipes,
with which the same may be connected,
or a dangerous arrangement of lighting
devices or systems, or a dancerous or
unlawful storage of explosives, com
pounds, petroleum, gasoline, kerosene,
dangerous chemical, vegetable prod
ucts, ashes, combustibles, inflammable
and refuse materials, or other condi
tions which In his opinion may be dan
gerous in character or liable to cause
or promote fire on create conditions
dangerous to the firemen or occupants,
he shall order the same to be removed
or remedied, and such order shall be
forthwith complied with by the owner
or occupant of said building or prem
ises; Provided, however, that If the
said owner or occupant deems himself
aggrieved by such order, he may, with
in five (5) days, anneal to the Mavor.
who shall investigate the cause of the
complaint, and unless by his authority
the order is revoked, such order shall
remain in force and be forthwith com
plied with by said owner or occupant.
Any owner or occupant of buildings or
premises failing to comply with the or
ders of the authorities above specified
shall be punished by a fine of not less
than ten dollars ($10.00) or more than
fifty dollars ($50.00) for each day's
neglect; such penalty to be sued for In
the name of the city, upon the com
plaint of the Fire Marshal, before any
Justice of the peace or court of record
within the city, with right of appeal,
and such penalty when recovered shall
be paid into the general fund of the
All ordinances or parts of ordinances
inconsistent herewith are hereby re
pealed. Section 7. Whereas, there is no office
of Fire Marshal in the City of El Paso
and the creation and ftting of such of
fice will greatly contribute to the -prevention
of fire and the suppression of
incendiarism in the City of El Paso
therefore, a case of great public emer
gency exists, which grat public emer
gency requires the suspension of the
Charter rule that no ordinance shall be
finally adopted until it has been read
in open meeting of the City Cotincil at
two regular meetings thorpnf nni
therefore, by the unanimous vote of the
Aldermen present and with the
IT IS SO EASY
through the Herald Want Ad
of the Mayor, the said rule is here now
Passed and approved this the 16th
day of June, A. D. 1910.
TV. F. Robinson, Mayor.
C. TV. Fassett, City Clerk.
To License, Tax and Regulate and to
Snpprew and Prevent Hawker.s or
Peddlers In the City of EI Paso,
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EL PASO;
Section 1. That the calling or busi
ness of street venders, hawkers or ped
dlers trafficking In meats, vegetables,
fruits or other produce for human con
sumption are herewith controled and
regulated under Sections 74 and 98 of
the City Charter as hereinafter pro
vided. Section 2. That all Individuals selling
or offering for sale any articles of
food upon the streets, alleys or public
places of the City of EI Paso of the
nature above set forth, before pursuing
such occupation shall make application
to the City Council of the City of EI
Paso for a permit to pursue said busi
ness or vocation.
Section 3. That the receipt of a per
mit from the City Council to follow
such business or vocation shall not
become effective until the party apply
ing for same shall have paid his occu
pation tax provided by the State Law,
if any, and In addition thereto shall
pay io the City of El Paso a license fee
to pursue said business, as provided In
Section 4 hereof.
Section 4. That all persons, firms,
corporations or associations of indi
viduals who shall sell or offer for sale
on the streets, alleys or public places
of the city, meats, vegetables, fruits
or other articles for human consump
tion, not raised, grown, produced or
manufactured by them or their em
ployes or employers, shall pay to the
City Assessor and Collector of the City
of El Paso, a license fee as follows:
For the sale of fruits, vegetables or
cereals, $7.50 per three months; for the
baie or groceries, or other articles of
food for human consumption ordinarily
handled by grocers, S15.00 per three
months. This license shall be payable
each three months in advance, and all
said licenses shall be numbered consec
utively by the Collector and Assessor
when issued beginning with number
one, and every vehicle of any huck
ster or peddler shall also bear a num
ber corresponding with the license num
ber. Section 5. That all such hawkers or
peddlers shall each day submit their
goods, wares and merchandise to the
inspection of the City Health Officer,
nad shall follow out such rules and
regulations as are promulgated by the
Board of Health with reference to the
handling or sale of the commodity.
Section 6. That it shall be unlawful
for any person in any section of this or
dinance designated to hawk or peddle
or offer for sale any article of fruit
or vegetables or foodstuff herein con
templated Without first havlntr nmciir
a permit from the City Council and paid
the license fee herein prescribed, or to
violate anv nrovisfon nf thc m.?nncn.
iolate any provision of thi n7-Hfnor
and it is further provided that not to
exceed one individual shall be permit
ted to operate untrer any one license
Section 7. Any person violating any
Of the Provisions he.rrn cTioTl -l-j
J w.v.v .-riio.! WC XllltJU
j " U11 um nor to exceed $100. Each
a"-. ?vef. y or fraction thereof In
i ""lc" . , . ordinance or any part
j1 e.r.eol JJ violated is a separate and
distinct offense and punishable as here-
and annrnvpfl tVilo v. oo-j
w-j ui. juue, .a. u. 1910.
Jas. I. Hewitt,
Attest: Mayr Pr Tem
C. TV. Fassett. City Clerk.
By H. L. Oldham, Deputy Clerk.
-V.T?C.E OF AMPLICATION TO AMEND
THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF
4?1mC0 isireh slven that It is the
intention of the city of El Paso, EI Paso
county, Texas, in its corporate capacitv,
and of citizens thereof, to applv to the
legislature of the state of Texas to
amend the charter of said city In the
following particulars among others, to-
By making city taxes become delin
quent on the 31st day of July of each
By enlarerintr the pitv limit., ,..
SJr1" ,th-reI,n the entire addition of
Highland Park, all of Military Heights
addition, south of McKInney street
Grand View addition. south of
McKinley street, all of Altura
Park addition. all of Govern
ment Hill addition, all of East El Paso
addition, aU of French addition, all of
Lincoln Park addition, all of Tobln's
second addition, all of Orchard Park ad
dition, all of Val Verde addition and
all terrltorv lying south of tlie countv
road immediately east of Hadlock's and
south to the river.
Bv incorporating the principles of
Its a jolly old game you hare oft played before
When bathing you go with hilarious din;
The sea nettle chases you out on tne shore.
Ana the merry mosquito will chase you back in.
Fnd another bather.
ANSWER TO SATURDAY'S PUZZLE.
Johnny Upside down, near wsitercca.
Flossie Upper left corner dow, between children.
both the referendum and the recall In
the city charter.
By entrusting the control of the pub
lic schools of the city of El Paso to
the city council under the direct super
vision of the mayor.
By increasingthe salary of the mayor
of the city of EF Paso.
By providing more efficient means
for collecting sums due the city of El
Paso, especially by delinquent taxpay
ers and persons liable for assessments
for public improvements.
By changing the time Sf the city elec
tion. By such other amendments as will
make the government of the city of El
Paso more completely what is known
as the commission form of municipal
Such application will be made to the
legislature at its special session In July
next, and the governor of the state of
Texas will be requested to call the at
tention of the legislature In the consti
tutional manner to the advisability of
so amending the city charter.
June 23, 1910.
Jas. I. Hewitt.
Mayor Pro Tern.
C- TV. Fassett. City Clerk.
By II. L. Oldham, Deputy Clerk.
For Sale Real Estate.
Bargaius in Real Estate, Business
Property. Jlodern Ho;.aes. Vacant Lots.
Valley Lod Investments. Fire. Live
stock and Accident Insurance.
Bell Phone 1227. Auto. Phone 1533
WANTED TO BORIIOW.
Client of mine wants to borrow $50,000
for 3 years ft 7 percent interest per
annum, first mortgage, on 10.000 acres
of Rio Grande valley land, worth ac
least $250,000. Your own lawyer to
pass on the abstract of title.
FOR SALE A REAL BARGAIN.
4000 acres of fine, Irrigable Rio
Grande valley land, signed up under
Elephant Butte dam. all under ditch,
level and no brush on it in some places:
only $25 per acre. 1-3 cash, balance 1
and 2 years at S percent Interest per
annum. Finest colonization proposi
tion and can readily be sold again la
small lots at $75 per acre. (Have an
other tract of S500 acres, same prlco
and terms as above).
WANTED TO BORROW.
Client of mine wants to corrow $5000
for 2 years op 724 acres of patented
pi oven coal land at 8 percent per an
num, first mortgage, your own lawyer
to pass on the abstract of title.
WANTED TO BORROW.
Client of mine wants to borro-r $50,
000 for 5 years at 6 percent Interest
per annum, first mortgage, on a piece
of El Paso business pranerty valued at
$150,000 your own lawyer to pass on
1- . V a ra
' ered fully by fire Insurance,
ot title, -axorxgage cov-
Client of mine wants to loan $10.0
on close in El Paso real estate.
A GILLT EDGED INVESTMENT
Of $4000 that will be worth $10,009
within a year from now and pay 3
percent Interest per month.
640 acres land in the proven oil field,
near Toyah, Texas, t $27 per acre 54
cash and balance in 12 months. N
660 acres of land In the proven ell
fields of Caddo. La., at $100 per acre
ia cash and balance In 1 year.
SEE WM. MOELLER.
Real Estate, Investments and IaaHraaca
Phones: Bell 1227. Auto. 1585.
MESLLLA VALLEY FARMS
We have lands at La Union, Cham
berino. Berlno and Anthony, the real
"Heart of the Mesilla Valley."
If you contemplate buying land for
farming or Investment we would bo
glad to have yvm call or write us your
LAUSON & BEECHER,
Real Estate. Anthony, X. M.
FARM LANDS IN MEXICO Close in.
$30 to $50; water free. Box 503.
FOR SALE 7 acres of fine land, suit
able for a home. In a beautiful loca
tion just ope mile from business sec
tion of Denying. X. M. Will sell cheap.
For further information address Mrs.
J. Presley, Ft. Bayard. X. M.
For other advertisements see "Too
Late to Classify" columns.
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