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lO The House That Jack Built
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PRETTY soon the boarding house life begins to pall on Jack and Jill. Cupid's wings take
to drooping and even moult a feather or two under a steady diet of hash and prunes varied
by prunes and hash. Besides, the little sprite is fond of PRIVACY and boarding house
PUBLICITY would make him shrink in his shoes if he wore shoes.
The HOME idea looms up once more before Jack and Jill. But Jack is a good FELLOW
and Jill is a better, so there isn't any bank account just as many GOOD TIMES as can be
picked from the PAY ENVELOPE, followed by an aching VOID which they strive to fill with
visions of the FUTURE HOME.
There is no life like HOME LIFE, where the family is not annoyed by rude table manners, boister
ous, loud talk and disagreeable associations, then'again, ITS MUCH CHEAPER to live 'at home.
We will show you how you can own your own home for less per month than rent.
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Also a Fresh Air Camp at
Cloudcroft Woman 7s
(By ff. Grace Franklin, Director.)
The rapid growth of the El .Paso
county dispensary brin:rs verv forcibly
to mind tlie one great nronlem today
confronting- every community, and that
is child hygiene and the -welfare of
school children. Can children come from
the homes -of the south side and phy
sically fit to take up tl;eir studies in
a. school room? Are Tse getting; the best
returns for the amount of money spent
in educating these children? Now the
question -which faces us is: "What can
the Woman's Charity association do to
bring about medical Inspection 'in our
schools and thereby increase the child's
capacity to learn.
"What are we going to do about a
counts' hospital? During the first of
the year we heard and read very much
Don't buy your Grain, Hay
and Seeds elsewliere until
you see what we can offer
you and learn put1 prices. No
matter how large or how
small your orders may be,
they will receive prompt and
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
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WALLET FARM FOR
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No Mortgage, No Taxes, No Interest
Ave., Phone 271
about a new county hospital and then
ne found that bonds could not be is
sued to build a hospital, but could i
be issued to buiJd additions to our jail.
Very -weir, why not build a county hos
pital, as an addition to the jail, on the
southwest corner of the plot owned by
the jail? A three or four story build
ing, nith basement, conld be run up
here and the cost would be less than
j building elsewhere. The county owns
the ground, why not use it
Valley Farm Proposed.
Before land values go up in the val
ley, why not buy a poor farm and here
remorte the Indigent consumptive and
the pauper from the south side?" These
paupers could raise vegetables for their
own use and for the use of' the hos
pital. Let us have a county hospital in
keeping with all other county institu
tions. Let us have a hospital run and
conducted a a good hospital should
be. one controled by a medical board
subject to the commissioners. This
county hould support a hospital which
is something more than a county poor
On July 12, the sewing class for
mothers was organized. 'Miss tA. L
Bearhope is in charge. The women meet
once a week and twhatever garments
they make are given them to takp home
Clnb I Or;canixed.
On July 18, the Prophylactic club
was organized and -the first fresh aif
work of the "Woman's Charity associ
ation started. The club is made up oi
boys and girls between the ages ' of 3
Motto: A clean mind, a clean body
and a clean El Paso.
Object: Improving living condition?
on -the south side.
Enrollment: Up to 50.
Colors: Green and white.
A prize is offered to the child -with
the cleanest head, the cleanest body.
the cleanest home and to the one mak
Ing the greatest effort .to Improve his j
or ner condition, a prize as also offered
to the child pointing out the most un-
WHEN YOU TAKE
you have a proven medicine that will do
good to every organ in the digestive sys
tem and one that is freely endorsed by
thousands of satisfied users.
lias -been used siiccessfuHy for over 57
years in cases of Bloating, Heartburn,
ifeadache, .billiousness, Sour Risings, In
digestion, Cramps, Diarrhoea, Malaria,
fever and Ague. It is the best for you.
Try a bottle today. All druggists.
AMDER I NE
Produces thlcfc, luxuriant hair ttIjck all
ether remedies fell. We cuaraates
Daaderine. All Drusrdatii, 25c, 0c and
&, r Bend this A vrltk lSe (itamps or
liver) for a larxre fre sansolo.
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Copies Building, Phone 352
sanitary place. To accomplish all ci J
this they will need first to be taught
The class meets once a
week, and after a lesson In sanitation
the children are taken for a long trolley
ride. They are also taught the care of
the teeth and the tooth brushes and
powder are furnished by Kelly & Pol- :
Fresh Air Camp at Cloudcroft.
As this is the beginning of the fresli
air work, is there not some one suf
ficiently Interested to establish a fresh
air home at Cloudcroft nvf nmmor
TvVlPT-O tllOCO llttla ndtlilrnn n n 1-. .-.
and restored to health. "We have three
typhoids and any number of cases
where the health giving air of Cloud
croft would have made these children
stroncr and well and able to fighfthe
many handicaps of the south side.
On July 27, judge Eylar appointed
me supervisor of the county dispensary
and this will bring me In close touen
with all of the patients and a III there-
fore increase the efficiency of mv
the efficiency of mv
"Women can do so much and I makfl
these suggestions to you. "Will vou
"Whether we wish It dr no, to keep
ourselves, we must be. our brother's
keeper. Only when we strive to guard
our neighbors as ourselves are our own
Report for July.
The report of the third month's worK
of the "Wornan'- Charity association
school for mothers, cooperating with
the city health department and the El
Paso county charities, from July 1, te
August 1, is as follows:
Number of cases in charge, 158; num
ber of new cases, 92; number of old
cases, 66; number of visits made to
homes, 233; number of first visits, S6;
number of revisits, 90; number of ref
erence and sanitary visits, 51: numbef
of purchase visits, 86; also visits to the
"Woman's charity association. El Paso
county charities, city heatlth depart
ment, county judge. El Paso county
dispensary (baby clinic, milk and Ice
Xumber of cases referred to El Paso
county dispensary, 33; diseases of the
eye, ear, nose and throat. 3: diseases of
children, 10; disease? of sk-ln, 4: dis
eases of stomach, 0; diseases of the
lungs, 0; general medicine and mino
surgery, 10; ynocologv, 6.
Number of cases placed in hospitals.
2; Hotel Dieu, 1; county hospital. 1.
Number of cases visited by assistant
county physician, 10.
Number of cases reported to depart
ment of health, 23; measles, 4; pertusjs,
7; tuberculosis, 2; typhoid, 0: chicken
pox, 2; unsanitary condition, 8.
Sonth Side Condition Bad.
It seems useless to report unsanitary
conditions, as one complaint covering
the entire south side is the only com
plaint to be made. As things now stand
the health department can do Mt-tle
more than to Investigate and that has
been thoroughly done by that depart
ment. Dr. Anderson's recommendations
should be acted upon to insure a
healthy south side and reduce the death
Number of cases referred for relief,
G; Woman's Charity association, 1; El
Paso county charities. z.
Amount of relief dispensed: Numbei
of cases suplied with milk, 38; number
$5 a Month
of quarts of milk supplied, 640; num
ber of pounds of ice suplied, 2600.
Children's Diseases Treated.
The report of the ivork done in the
department of children's diseases, El
Paso county dispensary, by Dr. "W. C
Kluttz's class on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, follows:
dumber of cases seen, 3S0: number
of dispensary days, 13; smallest attend
ance (July 9). 19; largest attendance
(July 30), 51; average attendance,
Number of prescriptions dispensed.
421; dispensed from dispensary stock,
421; dispensed from drug store, 0. 1
have bottled and labeled all medicines
Number of first visits to dispensary
92; number of revisits to dispensary,
2S; number of new cases, 92; number of
old cases, 66.
Number of diseases represented. 3S:
asitia, 3; adenoids, 4; ascites, 1; anemia, j
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i"Ki , euiij-uiictiviiis, 4; coryza. i,
dysentery, 4; eczema. S; epilepsy. 1:
furuncle, on chin. 1: srastrn estoritis.
po. gingivitis, j.; inaigestion, ; incon
anence of urine, 2: nitral diseases, 1;
measles, 4; malnutrition, 4; mumps, 1;
nasal catarrh, 1; odontiasis, 2; otorrhea,
2: pediculosia, 1; pertussis, 7; prolapsed
rectum, 2; tuberculosis, 3; tonsilitis. 3;
typhoid, 2; stomatitis, 3; urticaria, 2;
umbilical hernia, 6; vaginitis, 1; Im
Numbed of cases referred from this
class to 6ther classes at the dispensary.
16; to skin, 4- to eye, ear, nose and
Judge Lea Lenient With All
A. G. Hijrginson, Viio claims to be a
switchman by occupation, disclosed the
fact in police court Wednesday that he
had recently had an ecerienec with the
Mexican police courts. Judpe Lea as
sessed the minimum fine 1.
Gold?" was asked.
"So you have been in trouble over in
Mexico?" asked the court.
"Yes, sir," the offender answered.
"They stuck me for 30 days, and a sen
tence in one of those jails is something
that a jnan will remember as long as
Antonio Romero, 17 years old, who
looked as though he had never been in
court hctore. aiul who said he was
asliamed of having been arrested on a
charge of drunkenness, was freed b3' the
count and told to go home to his mother.
Harry Warner, a ydung ranchman
with a maimed finger, "was quite willing
to give the court a written guarantee
mat; no would not touch liquor airaan
during his present star in the city. TBie
charge mb drunkenness-. Warner
claimed that he was in El Paso to hae
his finger treated.
"What have you been stealing?" was
the remark with wltich the court irreeted
a 12yearold Mexican bov. arrested on a
charge of theft. Before" the child could
replv, the case was dismissed and the
-vounsstor -warned to keep out of trouble.
How to Make the Fat
If you are fat and have difficulty in
breathing- ur walking" or eating and if
you iind that the heat is exhausting- to
you during- the heated term you will
be interested in knowing- that the fa
mous JMarmoIa prescription is now being-
prepared in tablet form and that
one of these little tablets taken after
each meal and at bedtime will reduce
your fat at the rate of from 12 to 15
Ounces per day. These tablets stop fat
from being- made and they assist "thJ
body to throw away the fat already
made in a natural manner. They are
harmless and you will find that their
use will build up your system to a
higher degree of perfection than ever
before. They have perhaps the great
est army of responsible men and wo
men who have written of their effect
iveness than any other prescription
ever written. You need not diet or ex
ercise and you may eat when and what
you will. The food you now eat turns
into fat- The food you eat will make
ziKi fat if you take a Marmola tablet
after the meal; and more than that,
you will so ' strengthen your digestive
organs that you will need no assistance
in a short time even from Marmola
Tablets. Every drug store sells them
or you may white the Marmola com
pany, 737 Farmer Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
A case ot Marmola Tablets costs only
75 cents everywhere.
Had Xotliing to Do With Re
fusal to Appoint Kelly,
FoWowing on the heels of the appoint
ment of Henry F. Reynaud as fire mar
shal comes an explanation from mayor
W. F. Robinson thafhe had nothing to
do with the refusal to name Ban Kelly
for the position after he had been pro
posed by the fire commission, and which
action by the council resulted in the
resignation of four of the five mem
bers of the commission, judge Peyton
F. Edwards the fifth member, being
absent from the city at the time.
Mayor Robinson, when asked his
reason for refusing to make the ap
pointment, said: "I did not refuse to
confirm the appointment; the council
did that. The name was proposed., by
the commission and the council de
clined to appoint him."
Asked why he had appointed Reynaud
prior to selecting a new fire commis
sion, the mayor said: "We need a fire
marshal badly now, as badly as we will
ever need him, and, therefore, I made
the appointment. I did this before se
lecting the new commission because I
want to have some time to think 4ver
the names of those whom I shaH ap
point to the commission; it is an Im
portant body and I cannot go out and
pick up men every day. I must think
the matter over, and while it is my in
tention to appoint a new commission, I
cannot say just Avhen it will be done."
ZVothlnp: Atjainst Kelly.
Alderman Walter S. Clayton, referring
to the refusal of the council to appoint
Kelly, said: "We had nothing against
Mr. Kelly's politics, in fact, I myself
did not know what his politics was
until after I had read something of it
in the newspapers. It was the general
understanding of the aldermen that Mr.
Kelly' was an elderly man and, there
fore, would not be able to hold the
"It is required of a fire marshal that
he be on duty at all times and that he
attend all fires, not the day after the
fire, but while it is in progress, and go
right along with the chief. In addition
to this we wanted a man that knew
somethingbf the fire insurance busi
ness. "Mr. Reynaud has been in the insur
ance business ali his life and knows
considerable about fires. While I sug
gested his name at the last meeting of
the city council, he had been suggested
by several insurance men, he had a list,
but I do not remember the names now,
when the matter was. first brought to
the attention of the council and prior
to the time it was presented to the com
mission for its consideration.
Commissioners Surprise Conneilinen.
"We never had any idea that the fire
commission would resign. We supposed
that if the council would not approve
of the selection made by the commis
sion that body would then refer the
matter back to the council with the re
quest that it choose a man for the place.
"The people would eventually hold
the council responsible for the appoint
ment and we, did not feel that Mr. Kelly
was the man for the place."
Did Xot Dscline.
Alderman San Blumenthal declined
to discuss the matter, saying: "No. I
did not decline to appoint Mr. Kelly; see
Mr. Percy McGhee; he made the motion
before the council and can give enough
"I made the motion before the coun
cil that the recommendations of the
fire commission be not carried out,"
said alderman Percy McGhee. "I did
not think Kelly the right man for the
place, principally on account of his
age. I believed then, and still believe,
that we should have a younger and
more active man."
Alderman J. I. Hewitt is not in El I
Paso at the present time and was not
here at the time action was taken by
the city council.
COLLECTS FUNDS TO
- Sheriff Florence Hall is soliciting
funds to be used in the entertainment
of the sheriffs and deputies of Texas,
who will meet here in annual convention
next Tuesday. August 9. The amount
secured bv Hall will be .supplemented
by the contributions from the cit' nnd
Xo elaborate program will be pro
vided for tiie entertainment of the visit
ing officers. The- will be invited to
attend the concert in Cleveland square
Tuesday night, and during their sfciv
a smoker, lunch, refreshments and
speeches iwHl be tendered them. Trips
to various parts of the city and Juarez
are included in the pkvn of entertain
ment. TWO CHINESE ARE
Louie Fon nnd Louie no. Chinese, have
been ordered deported by L'nited States
commissionerOliyer. Both men hold cer
tificates of residence, but thev were
seen entering the United States one mile
below the Stanton street bridge. Cus
toms inspector J. 0. Taylor made the
arrest. Under the law if a Qiinaanan
once leaves tlie United States his cer
tificate will not prevent deportation.
Constable Henry Hinckley, who has
been ill, has resumed his diities.
SL PASOANS ENJOY
LON& BEACH BREEZES
Large Colony Is Spending
the Summer on the Sands.
Long Beach, Cal., Aug. 4. The El
Paso colony continues to grow, the last
week bringing in a number. Afew
heads of families find themselves com
pelled to go home, but though "the
men. may come and men may go," the
majority of the El Pasoans congratu
late themselves on keeping cool.
Miss Myra Prater Is at the Bailee.
The concerts on the beach still hold
their own in popularity. Many music
lovers congregate there in the after
noons and evenings. For those who
prefer the study of .human nature,
there is constant stream, ol all types
of humanity up and down "The Pike"
Among the newcomers from El Paso
lately are Miss Greto Palmer, Ed Free
man and Mrs. Freeman.
Miss Stapleton has returned to El
Mrs. Chas. T. Race has returned to
Long Beach from a visit to Hollywood
and Los Angeles.
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown are at
Miss Ida Lockhart spent some time
at what native Long Beachers call The
Miss Pearl Berkey spent a day or
two with friends here on her way to
her new home in Portland, Ore.
sMisses Helen Clagett and Theila Al
exander, who are members of the
Frank Race house party, have gone
to San Francisco for a short visit.
Oscar Snow, of Las Cruces, N. M.,
is visiting his family here. They will
go to San Francisco.
Mrs. Kenneth Maclver and Miss
Ivander Maclver have returned to their
Miss Carrie Race will be one of the
a ?J? VrJL b0wllns match in L03
ixigeies r nciay.
Miss Tura Compton is visiting her
tor, -uv or,;, tiw nut t
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin. in Lo
Ageles. They all spent a day at Long
.Beach at tne weekend.
Miss Belle Macfarlane has returned
to El Paso.
Mrs. N. C. Hodges, of Holly.wood, an
old time El Pasoan, spent a day or
two with Mrs. Empress Arrington.
While recovering from her recent ill
ness. Mrs. Empress Arrington was un
fortunate enough to sprain her ankle,
but is now able to beut upon the
Henry Beach has come out to join
his wife, who is recovering from an
attack of the whooping cough.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Ayres are making
a round of the beaches.
U. S. Stewart spent Tuesday visit
ing Mrs. Winchester Cooley and his
children, who are with Mrs. Cooley.
F. C. Earle and H. R. Simpson are
enjoying the fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hlbbard are enjoy
ing the sea breezes.
Mrs. Jas. Primm was down from Los
Angeles for a short visit.
Mr. Haggart Is visiting his daugh
ters. Mrs. J. M. Dean And Mrs. Henry
MEXICAN TUMPS FROM CAR,
BARELY ESCAPIN G v HEELS.
A near serioai3 street car accident oc
curred in - Juarez when Gaimilo iYilias,
an elderlv Mexican, fell off a Mexico
car on Comercio street. He was un
injured. It happened that commandant
of police Ponce de Leon was himself a
witness to tine accident. Peeing the
man alight from the car while in mo
tion, nJid within a short distance from
the regular gtop. the police chief did
not detain the car crew, pronouncing
the accident the fault of the passenger.
Villas saved himself from the wheels
(he stepped from the front entranced by
rolling arauY from the moving car. and
dragging his Ie'gfrom he track just
before the last wheels passed.
IS EXECUTED AT SALTILLO
Saltillo. Mexico. Aug. 4. Jose Lugo,
instigator of the Insurrection in Veisca,
Coahuila, over a year ago, was shot to
death at dawn in the corral of the Sai
tillo penitentiary. A large crowd gath
ered to witness the execution but none
i was admitted within the corral.
Lugo was sentenced to death several
months ago. Since then efforts have
been made to save his life. Lugo's fol
lowers are now serving various terms at
San Juan de Serlo.
CIGARET CAUSES FIRE.
A fire at Fourth and Stanton is sup
posed to have been cansed by a cigaret.
The fire was extinguished (without as
sistance from the department.
A Satisfying Food
Appetite is Xature's signal for fuel and repairs.
Healthy appetite calls for the simple food elements that
supply the natural requirements.
Healthy appetite is satisfied when the proper kind and
amount of food is taken into the body at stated interrals.
But the wiles of tlie modem chef and caterer have created
in most of us a false and often unnatural appetite which
leads into all the different degrees of indigestion, dyspep
sia', etc. food insanity.
is a satisfying food it is composed of the natural elements
to satisfy the natural appetite and restore order in the di
gestive machinery which may have been thrown out of
gear by improper though often " fashionable' ' foods.
The crisp, firm, "nutty" granules of Grape-Tuts make
honest mastication necessary. Its wholesome flavour
makes it appetizing, and the albnmens, carbohydrates and
Potassium Phosphate from the whole wheat and barley,
makes it a satisfying food both to the sense of taste and
to the body needs.
Ten dars' trial will convince anv one that
7s a Reason" for Grape-Nuis
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.,
confronting anyone In need of a laxa
tlye is not a question of a single ac
tion only, but of permanently bene
ficial effects, which, will follo-vr proper
efforts to live in a healthful way, with
the assistance of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, whenever it Is re
quired, as it cleanses the system
gently yet promptly, without Irritation
and will therefore always have the
preference of all who wish the best of
The combination has the approval
of physicians because it is known to
be truly beneficial, and because it has
given satisfaction to the millions ot
well-informed families who have used
it for many years past
To get its beneficial effects, always
buy the genuine manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only.
TESTED HT EL PASO
A test of the Collins wireless tele
phone apparatus has been made in front
of the Trust building. Owing to the
paving or heat from the sidewalks and
street it was impossible to get a ground
for the wireless instruments, and the
test was postponed until the wireless
tower arrives. This has been shipped
?jn1 wf AVnnTflf? r "t-ao Ti aai Ti TAnAr
! The tower wHI be set up on the roof of
i th rp,,.. L-iiin -a m k. n-
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ed with the electrical apparatus which
has already arrived. As soon as this is
done practical demonstrations of the
wireless telephone will be given by the
Let us suggest a dainty frozen dessert.
Phone the Elite any time.
WRECKED BRIDGE WILL BE
REPAIRED IN TWO DAYS
Within two days, possibly Frldav,
repairs on the wrecked Santa Fe streec
bridge will be completed by the army of
carpenters at work since the acddenL-
But it Is doubtful if street car traf
fic will be immediately continued. Of
ficials of the Mexican federal court In
charge of the investigation, say that
Mexican experts must first pronounce
the structure safe for car passage. The
special commission appointed by judge
Miranda to report on the cause of the
accident, is still silent.
Those injured in the wreck are im
proving rapidly. From present indica
tions none will be crippled as a result
of the tumble.
HOUSTON BUSINESS MAN
Adoplh Boldt. secretary-bf the Hous
ton Business league, was In El Paso
Wednesday en route to Los Angeles. He
will later tour California and visit other
cities in the west. Mr. Boldt Js studying
advertising and publicity work for
cities. He was much' imuressed with El
Paso, espectallv with the number of
miles of paved streets and with the
other modern improvements in vogue
THE BOUNDARY COMMISSION
IS IN SESSION HERE.
Merotbers of the international boundary
commission, at work on the elimination
of banks of the lower Rio Grande, are
in session. The conference is between
Gen. Anson Hills and F. B. Pugo, repre
senting t& two governments, and en
gineers TT. W. FoUett and E. Tjayas.
FILES S10.000 DAMAGE SUIT
AGAINST STREET CAR COMPANY.
W. A. Miller has filed suit for $10,000
aHeged damages agaiiist the El Paso
j E'leotric Railway company; in the 34th
district court.' He alleges that his wife
was permanently injured an alighting
from a Boulevard car on March 17,1910.
TRANSFERRED TO JATT.
Luis Malo, charged with theft under
$50, has been transferred from the po
lice court to the county jail.
INSPECTS FIRE HOUSE.
Chief Armstrong of the fire depart
ment made a trip of inspection to the
new Highland Park station Wednesday.
Battle Creek, Mich.