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L PASO HERALD
Friday, November 25, 1910,
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arn a few dollars at seed time. Some
times his opposition took the form of
sullen mutteringrs. Sometimes it went
so far as an attempt to destroy tne
machine. In those days he got 50
cents a day and his troard, swung: a
cradle all day, mauled rails, or ripped
new ground. Today he does not work
so hard and grets from two to four
times as much for his labor. For
merly his family ate old time middling
meat and corn bread with coffee as- a
special Sunday treat. Today his table
would put to shame the rations of the
mansion house of the early days.
3Ian's Debt to Inventions.
Man can scarcely turn but he finds
something for which to thank the
American inventor. Whenever he buys
anything, from a house to a pencil, he
finds that the inventor has lowered ita
cost. Every time ne steps on a ureei.
car he must pay mental tribute to the
, T .V.1A.3 IvtvM .4-4-h i3k Cf !
inventors ma "a " t ",.,
cheanlv so comfortably, and so quickly,
The elevator that carries him to the
fifth story of the apartment house and
to the tenth story of the office tmild
dng has made those structures possible.
Even the -city where he gains his live
lihood mignt never have been more
than a village but for the railroads
which came that way.
The news of the world comes to him
promptly because the Inventor has
made It possible, and the Hgnt by
which he reads his paper Is the cnild
of some Inentor's brain. The books
through which he has gained his edu
cation and his culture were placed
within his reach by the inventor. And
so it Is witn everything the clothes
ht-. wears, the food he eats, the place
in which he lives, the work he does, j
the dooks ne reaus, me xxc (,-
the comforts he enjoys anil aspires to
all are affected by what the inventor
has done for mankind.
Investigations made by congress in
1S91 led to trie conclusion that the
average mechanic was- .then getting
twice as much as wage as In 1840. He
is now getting twice as much as he
was in 1891. It will, therefore, be seen
that wages have practically quad
rupled since the age of labor saving
machinery dawned in America. Sta
tician Powers of the 12th census, de
clared that the $25,000,000,000 of na
tional wealth added between 1530 and
1900 represents a greater saving than
all of the people of the continent were
able to save from toe day that Colum
bus landed on American shores down to
the outbreak of the civil war. He
further asserted that It represented
houses, buildings, tools, machinery,
ciothes and means of transportation
of greater value than the savings of
the human race from Adam to the deo
laration of independence.
Tomorrow: The Future.
Get a pound
Ardoin's Sunny Side
SHRTNERS RETURN FROM
Fred Hewitt, Del Richey and Lamar
Davis returned Thursdayfrom Austin
where Tihey attended the state ceremonial
of the Texas Shrines which was held
there Monday evening. That the crowd
was -"boosting for Ei Paso is proved by
the following ahout Mr. Hewitt in the
Austin Statesman: E. A. Hewitt of El
Maida temple is an El Paso booster.
"There is more 'building going on there
than in any city in Texas," said he. He
declared that his town 'has 16,000 in
habitants just across the river which
ora nnf. iTwlnfJpi1 in tho 40.000 which the
census gives. '"Wait till Elephant Butte
dam gets to working then let .Dallas
look out," he exclaimed.
JOE DOESXT THIXK IT A JOKE.
From Douglas (Ariz.) Dispatch.
"Joe Miller Held to tne Granc Jury,"
says the El Paso Herald. Is it possible
that retribution is about to overtake
the author of the famous jokebook at
GOES WITH PULLMAN CO.
Lester R. Hazzard of the postoffics I
fsyyns l,o? tlan wniim ..4-1. T. T.-11 I
riuiw; "IO 14H1.1.1L n 7U31lil!ll l ILIA lim X. uu
As wholesome; nourishing and pal
atable as any food ever made.
Unlike any other food. A mixture
of Wheat, Rice, Oats and
Barley. Ask your Grocer.
EFFECT OF IMEI-
I J I h Li uTsHB IcFs
rffiTfrft fil Pi l-
Estimated Cost of Paving
Contracted Por by City
The bid of the Texas Bitulithic com-
pany for the paving of "West Missouri
street from Oregon to Fisher street,
and for the paving of Gladstone street,
the continuation of Missouri, from
Fisher to Putnam street, was accept-
ed by the city council at the meeting
I of the body Friday morning. The bid
i of the paving company is based on
! the work which will be done. The es
i timated cost of the job, as computed
j by city engineer Todd, is ?13,830.9S.
Work will be commenced as early as
possible, but it will be delayed b"y the
laying of the street railway tracKs
and water mains.
Grade Hearing Set.
A hearing to determine the city's
position as to the grade of North
Campbell street was set for Saturday
morning at the meeting Friday. Prop
erty owners will be notified to appear
a the city hall at 10 o'clock. The dis
cussion was started by a petition from
J. J. Mundy asking for a change oi
the grade. It is opposed by several
property owners who have already
The petition of property owners
having property abutting on Nevada
street and Circle avenue, between
Newman and Brown streets, asking for
the grading of the street, was recom
mended for adoption by alderman Clay
ton, provided the property owner
build sidewalks and put in curbing.
To Paie Santa Fe Street.
South Santa Fe street is to be paved,
a resolution assessing the cost against
the several property owners having
holdings abutting on the street being
read the first time at the meeting of
the council Friday morning. Previous
ly an opportunity was allowed for
property owners to register protests,
but no complaints were made.
Consideration given other streets in
the city at the council meeting in
cluded the petition of Brown street
residents between Arizona street and
Cliff street, asking for the grading of
the street, which was recommended
by alderman Clayton, provided the
property owners build siaeKaiKs an
curbing. The same provision and recommen
dation was made by alderman Clay
ton relative to conditions on Bassett
avenue, near Willow street. A recom
mendation that the street in front of the
1900 block on East Rio Grande street
be improved was accepted.
To Grado Alley.
The 'petition of residents of block
13, Sunset Heights, asking that tne
alley betwen Fisher and Putnam
streets, leading to East Missouri street,
be graded and placed in prober condi
tion, was approved by adlerman Clay
ton, who recommended action. It was
approved by the council.
On the recommendation of alder
man Kewitt, the instalation of an arc
light was ordered at the corner oi
North El Paso and California streets.
Sidewalk Ordered Laid.
The construction of sidewalks in
front of property owned by Mrs. Allie j
D. Clardy-Swinney on Broadway, be-
tween San Antonio and overiana
streets, and on Overland street, be
twen Broadway and Stanton street
was ordered -by the council to be com
menced within 10 days. Chief of police
Jenkins was ordered to notify Mrs.
Swinney to begin the construction of
the sidewalk and to file a separate
complaint against her in the event
work was not commenced within 10
days. The building of the sidewalk
was ordered following the complaint of
county commissioner Jim Cliford, who
appeared before the council.
The report of y. H. Anderson, city
health officer, states that 23 deaths
and 11 births occurred the past week.
The general health of city residents
was reported good, also, but few cases
of contagious diseases, including ona
smallpox patient and six typhoid 'fever
patients. But :ie new case of tuber
culosis is reported.
Inspections the past week include:
Meat markets, 297: meat condemned,
282 pounds; dairies, 85; slaughter
houses, 30; meat wagons, 9; milk wag
ons, 30; cattle, 224; hogs, 62; sheep,
140; calves, 60; fruit and vegetable
wagons inspected, 1227.
The report of J. W. Hadlock, sewer
commissioner, which was approved,
stated that 150 feet of 10 inch sewer
pipe for the deep sewer had been laid
and that 400 feet of eight inch sewer
V.o Kr. loi oTnnr th CI TT rnilwav
t-Ir " j
The report of plumbing inspector
Maloney, also accepted, announced re
ceipts of $124.20.
The petition of Oliver Carr, asking
for an auto stand in front of J. F.
Primm's cigar store was referred to
the streets and grades 'committee.
The petition of G. "W. Willson, asking
for a popcorn stand permit on Broad
way at the Caples building, was re
ferred to the sanitary committee.
That the Mexican residents of El
Paso are interested in the campaign
for civic improvement was evidenced
at the meeting of the council by the
appearance of a number who live in
the vicinity of Second and E-urango
streets, South Santa Fe, Juarez alley
and South Broadway. All were or
dered at the last council meeting to
nnnpar Fridav. and with hut one - '
ception, all were resent. Also with
but or-a exception, all promised to tear
down their houses and construct new
ones. The city Friday began razing
the one remaining house.
Attending the council meeting: Fri
day were mayor Kelly, aldermen 31c
Ghee, Blumenthal, Hewitt Ttl Clayton,
city clerk Fassett, assistant city clerk
Oldham, assistant' city attorney Brown
THREE PERSOXS SHOT
IX RIOTS IX CHICAGO
Chicago, 111., Nov. 25. Three per
sons were shot, one seriously and
. many others subjected to a rain of
uuneib hi x. uui tiiueu oy striKing
garment workers attacking nonunion
workers in the northwest side of the
city today. Vincent Belleno and wife,
nonunion workers, wer-e arrested)
charged by the police with firing the'
FIVE HUNDRED HEAD OF
MEXICAN CATTLE RECEIVED
A train of 17 cars containing- 500 head
of cattle for the El Paso Livestock Com
mission conrpairy was received at the
local port over the Xational railwaj-s
this morning and another train for the
same company will arrive tonight. They
trill '"be shipped to eastern markets.
FEW HIG-H SCHOOL
BOYS IN CLASSES
(Majoritv of Them were
Busy Friday Celebrat
ing Football Vic
tory. Only a dozen 'high school boys reported
at the school Friday morning, the bal-
ance of them parading the streets and
eeieuraung vne victory uer lii juh-tar-
I nstitute in the Thanksgiving game,
shouting and giving the school yell
about the streets and beating upon tin
pans and ringing cowbells.
Nearly all of the girls reported for
their studies but a few of them, hearing
that the boys intended to stay away and
..eienrate, cuo. tne same.
Principal R. !M. hite, of the high
school, when asked what action would
be taken against the boys for not re
porting for their studies, said that he
would" have to think the matter ever.
However, he said it with a smile.
Last night the bo's paraded the
streets in nightshirts that had seen bet
ter day-., shouting and singing such
classic a-. "Hail, hail, the gang's all
here. What the hell do we care?"
MESA SCHOOL BOYS TAKE
TAV HTTP TO fTRTVRBRATE
Boys from the high eighth grade at '
the Mes-a school it is reported, celebrated
the high school 003-s' victory and re
mained away from school Friday after
noon. Superintendent 2s. R. Crozier
says the matter will be taken up with
the students next week.
ANOTHER PALACE OF
CHANCE FOR JUAREZ
Building Under Construc
tion Believed to Be In
tended for Keno
It appears certain that in spite of
efforts on the part of Juarez and El
Paso citizens, there is to be a now keno
house to harrasts the semi-poor. Although
the matter is being kept quiet it al
ways is developments point directly to
Property at calle Comercio and avenida
Lerdo. one of the most desirable corners
in Juarez, some 'time ago was cleared
and arrangements made for a new
ibuilding. It was understood that a
Mexican banking ana brokerage firm
nas bidding for the site against the
Alderete keno interests, which control
one of the Juarez gambling houses.
Now the erection of the building has
be.en begun, and it is generally under
stood in Juarez that the keno house is
to go in, with a "model"' saloon as a spe
cial attraction. It is also said that other
gambling devices will be installed, mak
ing a '"palace of chance" for the whole
George G. Sauer, of El Paso, owner of
the property, declines to say who the
new occupant will be. He explains that
he has been aoked to consider the ne
gotiation as confidential.
DEEP WATEE MEN IN
" River Regulation Is Rate
Regulation,'5 tlie Slogan
of Waterways' Meet.
gt. Lou:s, Mo., Nov. 25. "River
reg:uiation is rate regulation," is the
si0gan of the delegates to the fifth
annual convention of the Lakes to the
Gulf Deepwaterways association,
which opened here today. Prominent
among the delegates and guests are
United States senators, congressmen
and governors of states.
"This organization is among those
that have in the last two years stirred
public sentiment to its depth, awak
ened a spirit of citizenship and im
planted in the hearts of our people a
sense of civic dut,v arising above the
call of parties or command of bosses,
and let him who doubts, recall the
ideas of November," said president
Kavanaugh m his opening address.
President Kavanaugh criticised
president Taft for his appointments
of board engineers which will approve
the appropriation for deepwaterway
work, "whom the people feared were
unfriendly to the project."
GIVES GOOD MONEY
FOR A FAKE BILL
Morris Victimized by Man
"'Who Wanted Room and
Stung twice in one voir, savs C. E.
Mcrris, who exhibited a Mississippi State
hank 5 bill at the office of deputv
T'ni'o 1 Cfnf- i.1.l TT T tj:iti J
'u'u,,u ul1 inoil ii. x. JUUBUrailll I
inday morning. The bill was dated
ISiO and read good for five dollais. and
had ?o cigar stamps iiasted on each up
per corner of its face. Morris fjot it at
onpsetThTo5 irjErtJrSi !
jrave the man who pi evented it $1.50 in
change, retaining oO cents as room rent
Last year he got a $1 bill which had
been raised to $10.
KEOH MAN KILLED
BY ARIZONA INDIAN
Kingman, Ariz., Mov. 25. An in
vestigation by coroner Smith and
sheriff Gibson into the recent murder
of Dr. Li. TV. Gilbert, a California
phj'slcian who is supposed to be heir
to a million and a half in the estate of
Jidward T. Tremble in an isolated re
gion of the Gold Bug hill, revealed
yesterday that the physician was kill
ed by a Piute indian name Queto.
j The indian quarreled with other
members or his tribe and went on a
lone warpath after whites. Dr. Smith
was the first white man he met and,
according to reports, the doctor was
shot down without warning.
A reward has been offered for Que
LIEUT. QUACKENBUSH WINS
FIRST PRIZE AT GOLF
In the handicap golf match at the
Country c-lub Thursday, Lieut. Quack en
bnsh. of Fort Bliss, won the first prize
nith a score of 77. A. YV. Houck won
second prize, his score less the handicap
being 79. W. F. Payne was third with a
handicap score of SO and R. V. Semple
fourth with an 81 score. A number of
excellent scores were made lv the
scratch men, inculding one of 82 bv Dr.
James Vance, P. J. Edwards S8. and C.
H. Leavell 87.
Thanksgiving dinner was served, at
the club in the evening, followed by a
POLO CLUB MEETING.
The Polo club will meet Monday even
ing at the chamber of commerce to ar
range for a series of games during the
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Prime Rib Roast, per lb 12 l-2c
Loin Steak 15c
Fresh Pork Ham 20c
Hens, dressed 20c
All poultry dressed to order.
"Werner Sausage fresh daily.
Smoked tongues. Home rendered lard.
213 N. STANTON BELL PHONE 136
THE GAMBLING FEVER.
From San Antonio (Texas) Express.
The statement emanating from the
office of the federal attorney general
that $100,000,000 has been taken from
investors in this country by fake
schemes in the last five years goes to
show the gambling spirit is still ex
tant. These raids on companies sell
ing millions of dollars' worth of stock i
in a few hundreds of dollars worth of
assets are as much a part of enforce-
ment of the anti-gambling laws as are
the activities of the police in tender
The investor with a small amount
of money wants aboe everything else
a safe investment. But having found
the safe investment, he . begins to fig
ure how much 3, 4 or 5 percent in
terest on 500 to $1000 will be and is
discoupaged. That interest is not very
much. Then comes a wonderful prop
osition which offers 100 percent in
terest in a few months, or even more.
MAKE YOUR OWN
A Speclcllst's Advice.
In a recent issue the New York Her
ald pubnsned a special article on the
care ot tne hair, in whioa was given
the formuia lor a. home-made Ha'ir
Tonic, which wa3 highly recommended
for us remarkable hair-growing prop
erties, as well as for stopping failing
hair, revitalizing the hair roots, and
destroying thy dandruff germ. This
article was of special Interest to me,
as the formula wt s one wnich I my
self have seen used in countless cases
with most astonishing benent, thus
confirming my belief that home-made
hair preparations are the best. For
the benent of those wno have not seen
It before, I give the formula here
with. Procure from your druggist an eight
ounce bottle containing six ounces of
Bay Rum, also purchase a two ounce j
sealed bottle of Lavona de Composee j
(Smith's), and one-half drachm Men- j
thol Crystals. Dissolve the Crystals
in the Bay Rum ana then add the La
vona de Composee; shake thoroughly j
and apply night and morning to the
roots of the hair, rubbing into the j
scalp with the finger tips. This prepa- j
ration contains no coloring matter, but ,
restores gray hair to its natural color
by its action or. the hair roots. If j
you desire it parfumed add one tea
spoonful of Tor-Xalvn Perfume, which
combines perfectly with the other in- '
gredients and imparts a most pleasing
scent. Be sure to get all enclosures
In the Lavona de Composee package, as
they give much valuable advice on
care of the hair and- besides entitle
vou to a sprinkler top for your bottle,
free of oharge.
A. E. Ryan & Co.. the well known
druggists, state that they have hid
many calls for this preparation and
are prepared to fill the formula at all
times. Do net apply where hair is not
Experience of Mrs. Gray,
Who Says .She Will Never
Forget Her Deliverer.
IP ff 1 1 11
Day and Night
Budd. 111. "I will never forget,"
writes Mrs. Ira Gray, of this city, "and
will always praise Cardui. I am so well
pleased with w.iat Cardui has done for
me. Before I commenced to take Car
dui I had all kinds of pain, and suf
fered all daj and night, many a time.
I never felt better in my life than I do
Tou can always depend on Cardui, the
woman's tonic. It has a record of 50
years' success-, in the treatment of fe
male weakness, debility and disease.
It relieves pain and prevents unnec
essary suffering from womanly trou
bles. Few of the medicines for human ills,
in use half a century ago, are still
recommended for the same troubles.
Cardui Is one of the few.
No other tonic or medicine can take
the place of Cardui, because the prin
cipal ingredients are imported direct
from Europe, where they are grown and
gathered especially for us.
Cardui has helped others, and should
certainly help you.
It is certainly worth trying.
See your druggist. He has it.
YES, you will
at all times
find the most
choice cuts of
meat at this
There is to be a trust or some philan
thropist is going to let everyone have
an interest in a veritable layer of gold
on some desert and all investors will
make fortunes. It Is a gamble. It is
very much like roulet. The chances
are against the player, but if he wins
he wins a lot of money.
Relieved of the competition of the
roulet wheel and race track, these fake
schemes find themselves alone in the
I field. It is astonishing that the fed
eral government, equipped as well as it
is to obtain convictions because of
fraudulent use of the mails, has beon
so slow to move. The present activity
of the department is to be commended
The largest all reinforced con
crete office building in the TJ. S.
A Business Building for Business
Hundreds of Offices all outside.
From $15.00 to $35.00
The best price to pay for an of
fice is the price of the best office.
Ready Feb. 15th
Horace B. Stevens,
122 San Francisco St. Phone 121
One of our new tenants,
Trost & Trost
BROADWAY and 11th ST.
HEW YORK CITY
Within easy access of every point of in
terest. Half block from Wanamaker'a.
Fi c minutes walk of Shopping District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rooms $1.00 per day and up
With privilege o! Bath
$1 .50 per day and up
Tsblc d'Hote Braakfsst - QOo
WM.TAYLOX & SON, Ino.
El Paso Brick Co.
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION
TILE; ALL SIZES
Dry Press, Stock, Wire Cut, Mottled and
If you want your horses and
mules to give vou an honest
day's work, you should feed
them well and in order to do
this, you should favor us
with your orders for feed.
'Phone and mail orders will
receive prompt attention.
0. G. Seeton & Son
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
We Send Selection Packages
Out-of-town people of financial responsibility may have
sent them upon request packages from which selections
can he made. Write fully what is wanted 3nd we will
send by return express packages from which selections
can be made. You pay only for what you keep if any
and return the balance.
TEXAS & MESA
lng a Diamond
We Will Pay You 7ic for Chestnuts
ALL YOU CAN GATEER
Xo difference how worn or worm-eaten they are or how long they hare
been laying around. We have succeeded in making arrangements with the
Edison factory iwhereby you can turn in your old Edison Records in ex
BRAND NEW EDISON RECORDS
Write us for our "Specially Prepared Catalogue' showing a list of 500
Records, very carefully selected, and which include some of the most pop
ular selections, vocal and instrumental. ,
Remember, we allow you 7 l-2c each for your old Edison Records, no
matter what their condition, so they are not broken or cracked.
SDE1"!" A I We are prepared to- give FREE to every Edison
FEiVlrlL owner either six four-minute or nine-two-minute
Records, as they may select.
Don't fail to ask us about this.
TALKING MACHINE WAREROOMS
..iir"..; . ...,N.sa'i.
In order to get you to try
'Red Ball" oranges and "Red
Ball' lemons and thus learn their ex
cellent quality, we will send you
beautiful Rogers Orange Spoon here pic
tured on receipt of 12 "Red Ball" wrappers
and 12c to cover charges, packing, etc.
You will find both "Red Ball" oranges and
lemons at nearly every dealer's,
dividual paper wrappers that bear
Ball" trade-marks shown below. If
thus, they are not the "Red Ball"
"Red Ball" oranges are California's
own delicious fruit the inspected
crop of 5,000 orange grdves. "Red Ball"
oranges are sweet, rich and juicy.
They are seedless and tree-ripened.
Riiv "Rirl Rail" 1 pmnn which are o the same hlch quality as "Red Ban"
X-uy IVCQ Dau i-emons oranccs-solid and sound "Red Ball" lemons are
so juicy taat two of them so farther than three of the ordinary kind, in the preparation ot
desserts, sauces ana temperance drinks. Tell your
crrrt& Tf rn ttff T?a TCnfl" AMntAn fA .
CkwwwjwM ru. A.WU XJMU.
aau iasxbi,nnccess3ry, tui
aave the Wrappers SJ2SSS
set of beautiful, useful orange spoons. In
remitting:, please send one-cent stamps
when the amount is less than 24c; on
amounts above 24c. we prefer money order.
express order or bant draft. Don't send
cash. We vrill be elad
Hstof valuable Dremiums.
Ball and "Sunkist" wrappers for premiums. (37)
34 Clark Street,
1 a It
Has any clothing merchant in
El Paso ever guaranteed his
Suits or Overcoats one year
against curling back, losing
shape or breaking down, giving
a new garment or refunding the
money in such a case?
We Are the First People
to Do This
Our Clothing Manufacturers
Told Us to Do It.
Chesterfield Suits and Overcoats Will
Stand the Test, and You Will Find That
Twenty- Two and a Half Dol
lars to Thirty-Five Dollars
Bob Moore & Co.
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE
103 EL PASO ST.
packed in in
one of the "Red
they are not packed
kind, but an inferior fruit.
firm and solid. All are hand-picked. Nc
fallen, bruised or over-ripe oranges.
Each "Red Ball" is as delicious as if
plucked fresh from the tree.
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