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It Costs 70 cents per Barrel to Manufacture Flour
Why Not Keep The
Money in El Paso?
Besides giving Local Merchants a splendid opportunity to begin
their Fall Advertising Campaign, the Edition will completly cover
advancements made by the city itself.
In addition to the Herald's splendid circulation more than 11,000 '
daily a largely increased circulation will be given this "Advance
K Iti fl1- ut - .cci t .... ' .xm?f MT.fx - bz. j niin i in Kv m.si
read by the clerk and referred to vari
ous standing' committees.
Protest Against Oil Tanks.
A petition was read protesting:
against the erection of four tanks by
the Texas company, near the ,E1 Paso
Foundry & Machine company's build
ing. Referred by the mayor to the
council as a -whole.
Eight hawker's permits were granted.
"Warrants for paving completed for
the city were ordered drawn.
A Xew Sanitary Law.
An ordinance prohibiting the sale of
undrawn fowls was read and adopted,
to go into effect at once.
Clayton suggested that the council in
spect the Texas company's tanks at
2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
A warrant was ordered drawn to
pay for the automobile purchased for
fire chief Armstrong.
The City's Health.
, City health officer Anderson reported
34 deaths, eight of which were Ameri
cans, 26 Mexicans; and 25 births. There
are in the city 10 cases of whooping
cough, two cases of measles, one of
chickenpox and three of typhoid fever.
The officer reported 241 inspections of
meat markets, 360 pounds of meat de
storyed; 120 dairy inspections; 120
slaughter house inspections; 1265 in
spections of fruit and vegetable wagons
and stands; 1150 pounds of fruits and
vegetables condemned;, 69 restaurants
inspected; 37 complaints filed.
E. Klein was granted permission to
remove rubbish from the rear of the
St. Ixuis hotel.
The report of the sealer of weights
and measures was read and ordered
Fire Marshal's Report.
Fire marshal Henry F. Reynaud re
ported that of 50 buildings and many
alleys inspected, in about half he
found collections of trash and waste,
and gave notice prosecution would fol
low failure to clean up.
Sewer commissioner Hadlock report
ed 500 feet of sewer laid between
Ochoa and Hill, and 150 on Rio Grande
street that the river sewers were
pumped night and day and the T. & P.
street sewer each day.
Austin & Marr asked for damages,
caused by rocks from a blast break
ing in windows at 1207 North Kansas,
aiyj'tearing a hole in the floor. This
was referred to the city attorney.
A petition from residents of Santa Fe
addition, asking for work to be done
on the streets there, was referred to
the street and grade committee.
To Grade Xerada Street.
A petition from property owners to
grade Xevada street between Ange and
Octavia streets, to prevent damage from
floods, was referred to the street and
A petition from Joe Dunne asking
permission to move a building to Camp
bell addition was referred tojhe street
and grade committee.
I. TV. Reckhart's request to be al
lowed to remove a stand pipe on San
....v.ov' sulci cm, iciencQ io me
street and grade committee.
"Want Hospital 3Ioved.
The petition of property owners ask-
lnsr thp rpmnvd.nl nf Tkr- TT-i.3i.t..i-e
' hospital on Cotton avenm. hot-n.-c.n-r.
j I Grand View and khiMldsoo-hR S:b
Grandview avenue and Atlanta street,
was referred to the sanitary commit-
A petition for sewer extension be
tween Virginia and Ochoa" streets to
Eighth street was referred to the san
A petition of H. B. Stevens et al for
sidetrack privileges, was referred to
the street and grade committee.
The council Wednesday afternoon
met and approved the action of mayor
Robinson in drawing a warrant for an
automobile for the fire chief. It Is
stated that no other business was trans
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On Saturday, August, 2 7th? an
You do this when
Every little bit added to what you've got, makes
just a little bit more
THAT'S THE WAY TO BUILD EL PASO.
EL FASO, TEXAS
tion to Francisco Vyel, parcel of land r TnTTVrAr1!? A TC5 OT?
In town of San Elizario: consideration -L-'-J-vVWi.J.O KJJl
$1; June 28, 1910.
To Candelaria Sierra and wife, 22
Mundy Heights, boy, Mexican, August 6.
To "ft". M. Golenian and wife, 505 Erie-
street, boy, American, July 21.
To R. L. Riter and wife, 404 Arizona
street, boy, American, August 5.
To W. H. Higday and wife, 80 Euca
lyptus street, boy, August 2.
KILLED IN AUTO
Meets With Fatal Accident
in Los Angeles Others
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 11. Adolph
Iieonardt, the 19 year old son of Carl
Leonardt, a millionaire contractor of
No. 2, Chester Place, was killed, and
Winnifred and Hugh Golden, Xo. S47
West 2Sth street, were injured, when
an automobile driven by young Leon
ardt turned turtle at Crenshaw boule
vard and "West Adams Road shortly be
fore dark last night.
The machine was running- about 50
miles an hour when a tire blew out- The
machine turned over twice, pinning
young Leonardt under it and crushing
him. He died shortly before 10 ocfock
at the California hospital. His com
panions were thrown clear of the ma
chine. Young Golden suffered injuries to his
limbs and Miss Golden had her left leg
Oklahoma City, Okla,, Aug. 11.
With the .Democratic and Republican
nominees for governor avowed prohi
bitionists, there is little likelihood of
the question of resubmitting the pro
hibition clause of the constitution to a
popular vote being- an issue before the
state Democratic convention here today
although an effort has been maue by
the resubmission forces to force the is
sue. The convention will endorse the ad
ministration of governor Haskell, rati
fy the nomination of state candidates
named at the recent primary, pledge the
party to an economical administration
and probably reaffirm the party's faith
in United States Veenator Gore.
W H. Murray, of Tishomingo, and
! I- Ross, of ILowton, defeated candi
dates for governor, have signified their
intention of supporting- the ticket and
with the resubmission issue relegated,
harmony seems assured.
One of the duties of the new state
committee will be the selection of a
candidate for state auditor. Bill Cross,
who was nominated in the recent pri
mary having- died since his nomination.
O. J. Binford, secretary of the South
western Portland Cement company, re
ceived a telegram from Los Angeles
Thursday morning:. announcing th
death of Adolph Leonardt, the young
ouu uj. v,an j-ieonarat, president of
the cement company.
The telegram stated that the young
man had met with an automobile acci
dent at LosA-ngeles Wednesday after
noon and died there Wednesday night
as a result of injuries sustained.
FOUR SUITS KII.ED
IX THE DISTRICT COURT
C. AT. Hendricks vs. Mathews and
Dyer, on notes and foreclosure of
mortgage, is the title of a suit filed in
the 34th district court Wednesday.
J. H. Nations et al have filed suit
against Mrs. J. S. Daugherty, on a not
and foreclosure iien, in the 34th district
Suit has been filed in the 34th district
court by J. H. Nations et al vs. Alfred
H Johnson, on notes and foreclosure
of vendor's lien. w
Bertha Mills has filed suit for di
vorce in the 34th district court against
Thos. Roy Mills.
A. Stelnfeld, manager of the Albert
Steinfeld stores In Tucson, was here
Wednesday on his way to New Tork.
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BOY BADLY INJURED
m AUTO ACCIDENT
Has Leg Broken and Sus
tains Other Injuries.
Driver JSTot Pound.
Officials of the Texas Company to Be on the Scene A
Pipe Line Is Being Bun From the Well to the Boiler
At Well No. 3, to Cany Fuel Land
Takes a Eise in Price.
It is only by good forcune that Luis
Blum, 17 years of dex run down hv an
automobile Wednesday evening, i. noir
in a morgue instead" of at liis home.
1500 Magoffin avenue, with a l-okcn
te and innumerable bruises. Eye wit
nesses tell ol a machine moviiiff witu
The machine was fjoins: so fast that it
skidded several feet. The police, after
their arrival, examined the marks.
Boy Rode Bicycle.
"The bo3 on the bicycle was poinjr
east alonr Myrtle, und was within n
very few feet of the curb not over 10
at the outside. I should sav. When the
machine struck him he fell lengthwise
and bota the front wheels tvlsspH mw
him. He CaU"ht in til m'KTiiliiorv enmn
and. after beim- fTr.nwTAl o Ala. '
Toyah, Tesas, Aug. 11. Information received from reliable authorities is
that the Texas Oil company's officials will arrive in Toyah Friday., coming
direct from general headquarters for the purpose of making a general inspec
tion of the field, and to uncap the large well.
This has been a long looked for event and large crowds are expected to be
on the field when the uncapping takes place.
Their coming will beyond a doubt reveal the facts of the situation, when
the uncapping of the well has taken place, and the flow of oil witnessed.
This incident is believed to be' what the foreman had in mind whn he told
The Herald man last week that "in two weeksthe people of Toyah will all
know all there is to know."
The company is now laying a pipe line from well No. 1 to well Ko. 3 and
is making preparations to do drilling at I?o. 3. The pipe line is to carry fuel
to Ho. 3.
It is believed that when the facts of the situation v are made public imme
diate preparations will be made by the company for transportation facilities,
enabling it to conveniently put oil on the market.
A block in section No. 1 sold yesterday "for $100. The participants are not
known in this transacrion. N
Eighty acres in section No. 27 sold for the consideration of S55 per acre.
The buyer is not known as yet. "
way, and, after beinir draTAi o a;
tance that I should judge to be 20 feet.
s "i" wer by both the rear wheels.
I The driver backed his macOiine up, asked
me oov was mueli hurt, and imme
diately left. He did not cret out of the
tiie 9virtr.eas ot an ex-press tram sweep- uiavame.
in down on the young fellow, wiulo 'I am not positive as to the appear
bis bent and .broken bicycle, which he anc?, of the .drrrer, or of a description
was riding at the time he was ruu over, the machine he was driving, but to
tells of the force of the collision. tlie est of my recollection the driver
The accident occurred at the corner ""i3.3 a younff fellow, wearim? a whitn
of Myrtle avenue and Campbell street, !h.,r ani ras smooth faced. He was
BRINGS BIG SUM
The rights to a disputed claim con
taining 41 acres, three miles north of
Canutillo, N. L, have been sold by the
Maple Kealty company to H. M. Mundy.
The price paid for the claim to this
property -was 15,000. This tract is one
of a number in the Canutillo district
in which the titles are involved and
which are now being- cleared.
OSXY TWO PRISONERS
, IX THE POLICE COURT
Two lone Mexicans Enrique Guer
ra and Jose Alego faced judge Lea at
Thursday morning's session of the po
lice court. Both were given nominal
fines on charges of drunkenness. Ale
go was given distinction by the court
summoning him. before the bar of jus
tice in the following language: "Come
forward, Jose, for I would have speech
Not a minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup. Cham
berlain's Congh Remedy given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even
after the croupy cough appears, will
prevent the attack. Sold by all drug-gists-
SAXTA PE BRIDGE IS
STILL CLOSED TO TRAFFIC
Still the repaired Santa Fe street
bridge Is not opened, and latest infor
mation has it that no opening will be
made for a week or two.
Investigating engineers have made a
written report to the Mexican secretary
of the interior. At first it was said
that the Juarez district court had au
thority to open the bridge, but that ev
idently was a mistake. Xobody seems
to really know where the authority
lies, but the point remains that the
bridge is still closed by official edict.
Denny Ford, former ball player of the
Cactus league and candidate for a po
sition as umpire in the same league,
is here visiting friends.
about 7 o'clock Wednesday nirht. lhore
were a number of eye witnesses. J he
police have been working on the case,
but up to Thursday afternoon hl made
no arrests. The police believe the num
ber of the machine was 32S, the number
of the license N issued to V. K. Sturges.
Mr. Sturges, who lias a garage at San
Antonio and Campbell, denies that he
was driving the machine, and expresses
indignation that the driver should have
left the injured .lad unaided after the
accident, if it was his machine.
"Y. H. Elliott of the Valley Grocery
company, 809 San Antonio, where young
Blum is emploj-ed, made the following
"Immediately following the accident
myself and Mr. Kramer, who works at
the G. H. shops and lives at 2312.
Wyoming, went to tthe garaje at Myrtle
and Stanton the old Barber garage, I
think it is. The minute we w.ent in,
Mr. Kramer, pointing to Xo. 328, said:
'That is the number. A man was hang
ing it on a mall white machine. The
accident occurred, so the bystanders tell
me, witih a 'blackfour seated car, with
out a top.'' j
A "Woman to the Rescue.
Mrs. J. B. Binklej' of the El Paso
Electrical Supply company was an eye
witness to the accident. When none ot
driving a four passenger car, without a
top. and black in color."
m George Blum, the father of the in
jured boy, s making everv effort to lo
cate the man who ran "over hi? son.
ihere is some suspicion that the driver
has left the city. The men in the car
age, at Mvrtle and Stanton, declare thev
know nothing of the affair.
ESTAACIA REPUBLICANS AND
Seleet Men to Represent Counts at the
Constitutional Convention to Be
Held at Santa Fe.
Estancla, N. X., Aug. 11. The Demo
cratic county convention which was held
here nominated John F. Isater of
Estancla, Frank Jennings, of TV-illard.
and Jose de Jesus Romero of Punta as
candidates for delegates to the consti
Wm. Mcintosh, of Mcintosh has been
chosen vas a candidate for delegate to
the constitutional convention on the
. Bap M Jackson left Thursday morn
2E 10rTlaniagorda to be gone several
days. D.pon his return he will be ioined
the men bystanders proffered aid, she I "Tr DeJus Druher, Dr. Thomas Jack
helped the voung fellow inide the store, J If ot fn Antonio, and together with
a:a -u4- i. ?.i,i . i: i- ' t their wives thp-v ..,-ni ti. n ;
uju. Hiiai sue wum 141 xriiovv mill, SUIH- I pi-r . -L J u,ac Jt iiip IU 1 nc """" i"tt nis mo appciu-
nioned a vehicle to take him homo, and j "n" where they will spend two j ance of the Toyah oil field. A hole big
sent Dr. Barney to the boy's house,. j eks enough to bury a good stzedburro has
Mrs. Binkley made the followine heen dug In the center of the plaza be-
SURVEY FOR Ml.MCIPAL
SLILDIXG IX JUAREZ
Preliminary survey was made Wed
nesday for the new municipal palace of
Ciudad Juarez to be located at the junc
tions of Porvenir, Constitution and Dos
de Abril streets. All arrangements are
made for beginning construction.
"Work of recreating the old plaza in
front of the Spanish mission is nearly
finished. Cement walks have been built
and the stand itself, a pretty structure
of stone and steel is ready for the con
cert next Sunday.
Construction of the city's first sewer
age system is yet" unfinished. Street
paving Is to follow its completion, ac
cording to mayor Portillo's plans of
ON KANSAS STREET
One Woman Kearlv Struck
by Plying Rock Dam
A blat from the city "quarry on North
Kansas street came near causing a se
rious accident at the home of Mrs.
3lary E. Henn, 1207 North Kansas j
street, Wednesday morning. A blast waa
discharged at the quarry which threw
a large boulder through the window of J
.wiss .uane aenns room, striKmg the
iioor near where she was standing. The
flying glass from the broken window
u. jiei. mre in ii. numoer 01 places ana j
closer to the window, she would have
been struck by the big rock. Complaint
has been made to the mayor regarding
the blasting that is being done at the
city quarry. A horse was Tcilled by a
blast a few weeks ago and a number of
rf5?itlfntC nf thnt e?ort,trtr Horn ior? naT-.
row escapes from the flying stonesn
Claims for damages are now In the
hands of the city attorney.
If VOUI- livr Is cv-ve-tch an ..
tone, and you feel dull, bilio'us, consti
pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be
fore retiring and you will feel all right
in the morning. Sold by all druggists.
$3.50 Soft Hat in tnastors
KIXNTE HAS CHEEK BURNED j
WITH SHERIFFS RED FIRE;
C. A. Kinne came near losing the
sight of his left eye "Wednesday night.
"While the water wagon parade was In
prgress one of the men jumped from
the wagon with a burning stick of red
fire. The sparks from the stick were
flying in every direction and one struck
secretary Kinue just below the left eye,
burning a place on his cheek.
Who is opp. P. 0.
Send Me a Jilail Order.
BANK STRUCTURE MAY GC
MAN KILLS HIMSELF
AND THREE OTHERS.
Chicago. 111.. Aug. 11. W. G.
Meyers, of 2934 Cottage Grove
avenue, today shot and killed his
wife, brotherinlaw and father
Inlaw, then killed himself.
TEXAS MAN STABBED
IN POLITICAL QUARREL
Texarkana, Tex.. Aug. 11. Henry
Bishop was stabbed and probably fa
tally wounded this morning at Polk,
south of here, and Newton Harper, was
arrested pending the outcome. The men
UP TO EIGHT STORIES engaged in a quarrel over political is-
4-Sj 4.V.V... 11. I -N- 1 mai! t 4c .lUnnJ Tl.k t J
It is reported that the American Na
tional bank building may go another
story into the air, making eight stories
for the big bank structure and making
it the highest building in the city until
the Anson Mills building is completed.
The contractors have been given addi
tional time in which to complete the
construction "work on the building.
At the bank the report that an added
story would be placed on the American
National bank bniluing would neither
be affirmed or denied. The sixth floor
is now being built.
CEMENT FOR COLONNADE'
ARRIVES AT THE PARK
Cement for the colonnade at the fair
grounds is now being hauled from the
Southwestern Portland Cement com
pany's plant to "Washington park. The
work on the colonnade will begin Mon
day and will be under the supervision
of S. E. Patton.
sues, it Is alleged. Bishop Is 34 years
years of age and well known.
Miss Mabel "Woolridge, daughter of
mayor "Woolridge, of Austin, Is visltinsr
her brother, Jaspar "Woolridge, of A. P.
Coles & Bros.
PLAZA PAVING DUG UP.
The transfer plaza has the appear-
"I saw the whole thing. I saw the
automobile 'before I did the bo3 and
thought at the time it was going so fast
that it must be running awav with the
driver. Ilhe machine was earning to
ward me headed north, along Campbell I
street. It swept into Myrtle avenue at
full speed, keeping to the south or left
hand side of Mvrtle avenue, and barelv
missed the telephone pole on the corner. '
HAVE YOU SOMETHING-
tween the car track "Y" to replace a
cutoff in the Oregon street water
El Paso county Randolph Terry to
J. M. Duthue, Duncan Campbell and
Seymour Thuiman, strip of land, south
of channel of Rio Grande, according to
survey of 1SS2-3; consecration ?3100;
August 9. 1910
San Elizario San Elizario corpora-1 deelopment restoreA
C. W. Mead is ill at his home 413
South Ochoa street.
Perfectly Moulded Figures
Anoth.er Medical Discovery.
To get out of conditi-on Is detrimental
to beauty of form as well as to health.
There is a certain flabbiness which
robs a good figure of charm and grace.
Those who are beginning to grow lat
rapidly are never in the pink of con
dition. But here medical science has slipped
in with a very wonderful remedy oie
which not only restores a perfectly
moulded form but renews health and
strength. "We give the recipe in full
for the benefit of our stoutlsh friends:
oz. Marmola, oz. Fluid Extract
Cascara Aromatic and 34 oz. Pepper
Any druggist will make up this pre
scription, or supply you with the In
gredients which you can mix yourself.
The dose is one teaspoonful after each
meal and at bedtime.
The great virtue of this harmless
remedy is that whilst the ercs fat
is being expelled, the person underJ
treatment has a healthv annetltA finrM
does not need to study dietetics or g
in for tiresome exercises. The whole
system is "refreshed" and reinvnr.
ated. the blood renewed and muscular
You will find it to your in
terest to make this your
headquarters for feed and
grain. We'll save you mon
ey by giving you better
quality, which means it will
require less feed to keep
your stock. jlSTo matter how
large or small your orders
may be. the- will be appre
ciated. 0. a.SEETOtf&SOrT,
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
i&dspendoni Assay Office
D. W. ErcKAar. E 2L. Proprietoe.
A gent for Ors Siiipptrs Assay a4
Chcmtsal Anelitsis. Mln.ts xaJm4
aed Reported Upon, bullion Work m
, Office asd Laboratory:
Castoni Assay Office
CIUTCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore ShiDDers.
322 San Francisco S:. Phone 32-L I
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt ana Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and Silver in, any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictlv confidential.
C. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St., El Paso. Tesaa.