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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, July 26, 1910.
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THE BRADFiELD GQ.9 ATLANTA A
. Colton, governor of Porto Rico. Such
?c fha rimanri for Tt man "WllO can dO
many other thing's well, but who must ea the Rodolfo Vasquez property on
Opportunities for Americans
in Porto Rico and Cuba
- Are Numerous.
That, is the adviceof L. A. Barnes
to the young inan ot the Mexican bor
der. Mr. EarnesyOught to know, for
Spanish has been the golden "nay to
his success in government service- in
Cuba, Porto Rico, Panama and tropical
Mexico. And Mr. Barnes himself Is a
product of El Paso and Juarez.
.Tust returned from service in Porto
Itio, as chief assistant of the super
visor of pensus, Mr. Barnes tells of the
inland of sugar and fruit, and also of
what is waiting foi- the American
young man in that and other Spanish
tpeaking countries of the Americas.
"Study Spanish," he says. "The
joung man irere, has great advantage
oer those 61 other parts of the United
States. Here is the opportunity for
conversation, but that is not all im
portant. One must study, for there is a
demand for men who can speak pure
Spanish, regardless &. dialects. There
I.-, not only1 opportunity for the Spanish
epeaking American in government serv-
ii e, but in business."
speak Spanish well
"Porto Rico is beautiful," says Mr.
Barnes. "Climate, people and every
thing, and my iwork there was a pleas
ure. No, the e?act results of the census
j have not been announced yet, but we
look for more than a minion popula
tion of the island, as against 950,000 of
11 years ago.
"Everybody is prosperous. There was
never more sugar, and never a better
price. The American fruit growers beat
the Cubans to the Nerv York market,
and everybody is happy. The native
is a farmer, and peaceful. No, I saw no
evidence of unrest as are reported to
be In Cuba. The school system is
working well, and the natives are learn
ing English without objection. They ac-
cept thej condition and go" ahead and
"Much has been done by governor Col
ton in the short time he has been in
power. He is popular witn both natives
and Americans, and I am sure he will
i do much for the island."
When asked his opinion of the won
derful rise of Leonard "VVVod from
army surgeon to chief of staff, Mr.
I Barnes said: "Gen. "Wood had a way of
making his men lilce him. He was gen
tle, and always looked at both sides of
a question. I never saw him go oTf the
handle. McKinley put a "number of
army officer in charge of various Cu
ban districts to test their ability. And
"Wood got the very worst, that around
Santiago. By his cool head he made a
success of It, and had a lot to do with
his being made military governor."
Mr. Barnes has not decided whether
he -will return to Porto Rico. He comes
way here, Is being rushed to comple
tion on account of the rains.
Luis Joffroy is in the St. Joseph's
hospital here, having undergone an op
eration. Six carloads of dried peas in bond
for Bllboa, Spain, by way of Galveston,
passed through Nogales.
A carload of mining supplies shipped
by Roy & Titcomb went Into Sonora
Several new mail cars have gone
into Mexico recently to be used on the
S. P. Mexican lines.
Mrs. E. E. Noon is having consider
able improvement made on her property
on iSonoita avenue.
Fifty or more cars of coal for use
on the S. P. lines in Mexico and here
are in Nogales.
H. S. Haynes jr., is registered at the
Montezuma from El Paso.
Messrs. A. D. Page. E. E. Bethell. Lon
Quinn. E. J. McFartand, Harvy Gatlin
and "W. E. Balcom are a bunch of Pat
agonia visitors to Nogales-
Mayor D. A. Moreno of Santa Ana
is on a short trip to this city.
Nathan Leeker has recently purchas-
Rodriguez street. i
Messrs. Ed and John Hendrickson
passed throug Nogales en route to the
Yaqui delta on business from California.
J. L. Logan, -of the Logan Lumber
company, will return today from Bis-bee.
Attorney "W. H. Burges has gone on
a business trip to Los Angeles. He will
return next week.
Acquire Fine Clubhous
Mr. Barnes came to El Paso from to El Paso to attend to some private
Ohio, and for ears was employed by a j business.
commercial house in Juarez. There he
learned Spanish, not alone by ear, butj jfbGAI.ES-ALTAR ROAD
by eye. "When tiie Spanish-American BEARING COMPLETION
war broke out, there was a demand for (
Americans vvho could speak Spanish, j Sidewalks Rein;? Laid in Nogales; Mexl
The first intervention in Cuba found i cam Mall Cars Shipped To
the 151 Pasoan employed as interpreter j Sonora.
and clerk under Gen. Leonard "Wood, the! ,. .;., T,.i.- e tw ,.. -v
garrison military governor o Cuba, Sale Ariz.. July 26. The ew No
who now .stands at the head of the gales-Altar wagon road is nearing com
1 nited States army- j pletion and is of such durable construe-
Now, returned from nearly a year of tIon that the rains have not damaged It.
work In beautiful Porto Rico, as chief j , , . .. , ,. . . .
octant o supervisor of census D. A. The lieavy hail stones m the rece-nt
Fkinner, the man who learned. Spanish storan that visited here caused a gen
In Juarez, has another offer of an Im- j eral repairing of roots ;n the city.
Tortant position in the offices of Col. A!1 -cement sidewalk laying now under
Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A man may
scrub himself a zen times a day, and still be unclean. Good
health mean cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means
& clean stomach, clean bowels clean blood, a clean liver, and
Kf, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way
Trill look it and act it. He will work with energy and think
clean, clear, healthy thoughts.
He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood
disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stom
achs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood.
wjasumpuon ana oroncams mean unclean lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Goldefc Medical Discovery
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Mrs. T.Henry Mason (at top) and her daughter, the Princess Charles von
Isenburg. Mrs. Mason has practically concluded negotiations for the sale of
her beautiful mansion in New York and it will become the first clubhouse in
America for women suffragists. Mrs. Clarence M. Mackay and the wealthy
members of Irer Equal Franchise society are said to be back of the project.
Mrs. Mason, it is said, will go abroad a nd reside with her daughter, the prin
cess Von Isenburg, who is known in Paris as the "friend of kings," owing to
the lavishness with which she entertain ed king Carlos and the king of
Greece Mrs. Mason is the widow of th e millionaire copper speculator.
the most difficult and unremitting of
The Task of the Tnie Parent.
Therefore it is one in which are to
be found the fewest successes. Thou-
sands of parents are ready to sacrifice
money and comfort for the education
of their children, and for the advance
ment of their worldly interest; but
very few are to be found who are ready
to give constant thought, time and at
tention to the study of their children's
characters, and tothe guidance of their.
jounsc mind from the cradle to theV
But in this less expensive and more
difficult method alone lies good parentage.
SHE HAS LEFT US
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LOCATION located in the very heart of
the business center where all street cars pass
its doors, well advertised, large signs on all sides
of the building, and immense electric signs on
tower show day and night where The Herald
Building can be found. This one feature is worth
money to any business man, tc be in a building
that can be located without the assistance of a
city, director'- and one or two policemen.
REMEMBER, while you know where ydur
office is located, strangers and others must find
it. Therefore it is good policy to be where you "
can be found when people want to do business
with you. ISTow-a-days the average person" will
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Room 326 : : Top Floor
Takes Poor Mexican Wom
an's Medicine and Does
Not Give It Back.
The Chiefest-of All the Co
caine Peddlers Quits El
Paso for Tucson.
Mollie old aunt Mollie. she is called
by everyone on the streets has gone,
What is El Paso's gain is Tucson's loss.
Mollie has gone to Tucson. The wizened
featured .old negress, bent almost double
and walking with .difficulty on a
crooked stick, is familiar to everyone,
Smypathy was aroused at once.
customs inspector held the bottle
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rp HERE is a certain mother, a
I widow, whose earthly treasure is
a beautiful young daughter of 16.
This young daughter met at high school
a boy of 20 a wholesome, kindly na
tured, wel-mannered lad of good line
age. "When graduation day came, the lad
returned o his home in a distant state,
where he was to fit himself for college.
Before leaving, he frankly confessed to
the mother of the young girl that he
was desperately in love with her daugh
ter and desired to become engaged to
her: that he wanted the privilege of
writing to her as his promised wife.
The mother had seen the growing
affection between the two young people,
but had not regarded it seriously until
the youth spoke from the fulness of
Now what did, this mother do? Did
she ridicule this youthful affection?
Did she scold her young, daughter?
Did she tell the lovers that they were
too young to think of such a thing,
that they must be separated and not
communicate with each other?
Being a sensible mother, she did
nothing of the kind. She smiled upon
the young man and said: "You are
very young to think seriously of love
or marriage; you seem to be a nice
lad. So far as I 'can judge of you, at
this early stage of your development,
I think you would be a good man and
would make a good husband.
"So I'll Let You Wrie."
"I know my little daughter is very
fond of you. I Know that you will both
be very unhappy if I forbid "your cor
respondence, so I am going to le you
write to my daughter and let her an
for she has, ben sn at aij hours of
the day and night plodding about the
streets or frequenting the drug stores
where "coke" is sold. That was Mol
lie's trade, the peddling of "coke"
among the negroes and some of the
white users of the drug in the slum
settlement on the south side.
Barney Earley, city fine collector and
walking directory of the south side,
says old Mollie was the leader of a
gang of "coke" peddlers and users
which inhabited about 15 houses on the
lower side. He says Mollie isUhe dis
tributor of the drug among tliese pa
trons of the "coke" dives and that she
purchased it in the drug stores down-
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What would the mother have gained by possession, old black Mollie would
taking the austere attitude which her i make the rounds of her "customers,"
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dreams, ambitions, fears, she tells this
mother. They are bound together by
golden ties of flove and confidence.
What More Beautiful J
What could be more beautiful than town where it can be obtained.
tins unaersianampr Between tho tven?
sible, but which would have resulted in !
j user of the drug and collecting her ldne but not in a bottle.
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r " " """"i'rj, " u'0tie'o two Dlts for the service.
ici uHquesiiuimuiy mio a clandestine Afnii? wt fnr twct, hc ,i,
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correspondence with her lover?
i felt that she vas not appreciated here
ixiedlcme In his hand, and the Mexican
woman expostulated glibly.
Think of it: The cruel hearted i -spector
was going to take the medicine
away from the po r woman. JVveiy
passenger in a last night's Mexico car
felt sorry, terriblj- sorry.
Poor woman! She had jrone to Jua
rez to buy some medicine, just because
she thought Mexican medicine was good
for a Mexican woman. And now the
cruel arm ofx the "protection1" service
was going to take It away. Awful!
Tears at least something which re
sembled tears trickled down the faces
of a few passengers. It was very hot.
Poor tld woman! Taking her medi
cine aivay! And how sick she looks!
"Wonder if she'll die before she can go
to Juarez and buy some more medicine?
But maybe she hasn't any more money
with which she can buy more medicine.
Alack, alas (repeat three times).
But finally it was solved. The bot
tle was deposited with the -cruel in
spector, and the woman promised to
return "in three moments" and claim
her medicine. All breathed inhaled re
lief. Doubtless the Ttoman will spend a
week in Juarez so that she may take her
medicine dose by dose
Or, will she gulp it all down and
pass the harsh Inspector with the medi-
As the Mexicans say "Who knows?"
Of course, if the youth had been less j also because she was urged by her
ue&irauie u wouia nave Deen necessary j friends, the ilice.
Officer Earlv thinks
10 raeei ine situation in a different he has rhe "coke crowd on the run and
manner. believes he has broken up the regular
Had he been immoral and unprinci- ! Practice of peddling the stuff to the
piea, it would have required the great- I10uies wnere xne arug users are known
est tact and tenderness on the part of
which had been formed in her voum
But su mother like the one described
above would not have permitted her
child to grow into an affection for a
pronouncedly undesirable youth. She
would have realized the necessity for
prevention before called upon to use a
.It is always safe for parents to create
mental pictures in the minds of their
young daughters regarding the desir
able qualities of young men. To praise
truthfulness, to praise honesty, to praise
healthful ambition, to praise prompt
ness and reliability in the small Vnat
ters of life, and to speak with pity of
those unfortunate youths who do not
possess such, qualities.
The j-oung girl who is reared with
the idea that debt is a disgrace, that
swer you. You may think of each other U ,is an evIden,f ot bad breeding to be
as engaged and write to each other a ,borror; ""i111 not be easily led into
i luve concur uj ct vuuiitr man wno nas
the reputation of being In debt and of
borrowing from his friends.
Psrents Can Mold Character.
It Is a much easier matter to prevent
a j'oung daughter from forming an un
to frequent. Two suspects were dock-
the mother to try and shatter the Ideal eted in police court Monday and it is
believed that one of them took old
Mollie's supreme station as the chief
peddler of the powders. A little vaca
tion in the county jail is said to have
a wonderful effect on the dope users
and this is often prescribed in cases
where the peison has reached the fiend
stage. The confirmed snuffers and
chewers of the drug are told to beat it
out of tow"n and a determined effort is
now being made to rid the town of the
oke' contingent. V
H. C. Myles, wife and family have re
turned from a four months tour of Eu
rope, and ars at home, 1221 Magoffin
avenue. Miss Kathleen Miles remained
for a visit in the east.
Mrs. G. H. Clements, of Ysleta,
Mondaj- shopping in the city.
with that understanding.
"But, of course, I being'older, realize
how many are the obstacles which Time
will intervene between your dream and
"In all probability this young affec
tion will not end in "marriage. What
ever occurs to prevent it will he for the
best if it is prevented and the pain
which may result lo one or both would
be for your best development.
"If both do Temain fond and faithful
until you are in a position to marry,
then it will, indeed, be one of those rare
first loves which stands the test of
"So now you may go, happy for the
present, and I can only hope that the
happiness will be permanent."
The relatives and friends of the mo
ther are almost, without exception, op
posed to the position she has taken.
They think it ridiculous that 'she should
permit her young daughter to be en
gaged, and to think seriously of any
young man as a lover at this early
Meanwhile, the mother has the com
plete and absolute confidence of her
daughter Every letter the girl writes,
every letter the girl receives is shown
to the mother. All her thoughts,
desirable attachment than to prevent a
son; bur the character of both can ho
molded and shaped according to the
desires of the parent who is willing to
give the time, thought .and interest to
the matter which its importance) de
mands. Parents who, are mourning over th
misalliance of their children are. usually
those who have relied upon t.he good
sense of thIr offspring or upon their
own stern precepts, bestowed in the
ay of sermons or scoldings, to guide
They have not kepi in close touch
with the thoughts and feelings of their
sons and daughters, they have not
Identified themselves with their inmost
The average father knows virtually
nothing of the heart and mind of his
child, after it reaches a thinking and
semi-reasoning age. This is ennaliv
true of his son and his daughter and !
It is equally true of the mother as
well ;.- the father.
To be a good father and mother is
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