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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Dec14, 1910.
Make a Present
that is worth while and that
present will be an automo
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family, but be sure you are
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the Overland machine.
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Accessories and Supplies
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EDITORS' BEST SAXEN'GS.
TTfg home town stood by Julius C.
Burrows. At least Julius Caesar need
not cry "Bt tu, Kalamazoo." Syracuse
Members of the Italian royal family
do not think it makes a princess out
of Miss Elkins to have a grandfather
who once ran for vice president.
Chicago raily News.
Rev. Newell Dwight Eillis described
Mr. Roosevelt as "the only man on
earth who can throw double sixes every
time." While we. do not understand
these ecclesiastical references,, the re
mark sounds good. -Haverhill Gazette.
Senator Burrows said in one of his
speeches, "If I am reelected, I shall be
chairman of the committee which has
charge of all tariff and financial legis
lation." This seems to have been what
the people of 'Michigan were afraid of.
King Menelik, who died recently, is
Mrlously ilL Ohio State Journal.
The question,, "What should we do
with our ex-presidents?" maynow be
changed to- "What can we do?" New
"The Great White Way," murmured
the grafter, as he took another million
from the Indians. Charleston News and
Fortunately for folk who -want to
sleep sometimes, T. R. and the kaiser
don't live In the same country. Pitts
If the earth, as a New York professor
calculates, weighs 7,000,000,000,000 tons
how much would it weigh if the colonel
should go np in a balloon? Springfield
THE GREAT "WEST.
Prom Denver (Colo.) Post.
Is it any wonder that prophets are
without honor in their own land?
"In estimating the useful soil in
America, we reject a belt of
barren land about 300 miles broad by
1060 in length, or 300,000 square miles,
lying on thev east side of the Rocky
mountains." Americanized Encyclope
dia Brltannica, 1890 Edition.
In that "belt of barren land" there
are now mora than 7,000,000 people,
and the percentages of increase of pop
ulation of the states in that belt in the
past 1 years have ranged from 48 to'
Maps of the United States published
In 1829, copies of which are In the Post
library, showed Colorado, Wyoming,
Montana, the Dakotas, part of Nebras
ka, part of Kansas and adjacent terri
frory as the "Great American Desert."
No section of the Union has shown
Bore rapid growth in the last decade.
The same maps indicated California
as "unexplored territory," and did not
how one settlement In what is now
the state of Washington.
California in 1 years has leaped from
Jlst to 12th In rank among the states
of the Union, now having a population
nearly as great as was that of the 13
original 4 colonies when the United
States constitution was adopted; and
Washington has shown greater per
centage of gain in population In the
last 10 years than any other state or
Daniel Webster, in the United States
senate, about 60 years ago, in protest-
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preserves and beautifies the
teeth, and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
ing against the acquisition of new ter
ritory in the south and west, referred
lo what had been known as the "Great
American Desert" as worthless, produc
ing only cactus, capable of affording
homes for only a few wandering tribes;
and he denounced as folly the acquisi
tion of 3,000,000 miles of "frozen, rock
bound cokst" that would never be
worth its cost
Webster was then representing Mas
sachusetts and voiced the sentiments
of the people of that state. Everj
state in the region he denounced has
shown greater gains in- the past 10
years than has Massachusetts. More
than 4,000,000 people live in three states
bordering on that "frozen, rock-bound
coast" Texas, with 3,896,542, part of
the region Webster denounced, now
has a greater population than has the
Old Bay state, which has 3,366,416.
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The Big Man In
John Redmond, the Irish member of parliament, who is the man of the
hour In the British election campaign. The elections so far indicate that the
Liberals be returned with a small majority and will have to depend on
the Irish Nationalist -vote to carry through any legislative program.
Married Life the Second Year
Mabel Herbert Urner OnTheBrokenPromise
THE novelty of the baby was
wearing away. Warren no
longer hurried home every aft
ernoon as he had in the" 'first few
weeks. He was again drifting back
into the habit of stopping at the club
on his way from the office and of
spending an occasional evening out.
And to Helen was coming another
phase of the realization that nothing
can last, that no condition of things
between two people can remain per
manent, that in married life there is
no stage that can be' reached where
one can say, "Now, this will last; this
is permanent." There is always- a sub
tle shifting, an everchanging under
current in their attitude toward each
Helen had thought the child would
be a bond upon which they could an
chor their permanent harmony and
happiness. And now she was bewil
dered to find that it was not so. Many
of the difficulties, the discords, the
neglect that had confronted her before
the coming of the baby were now be
ginning to confront her again.
It was one dismal, rainy afternoon
that he telephoned he would not be
home for dinner; that an old college
chum was in town and "wanted him to
dine at the club.
With a heavy heart Helen hung up
the receiver. Last week he had spent
two evenings downtown, and this was
only Tuesday, and he was dining out
again. Was it to be again as it was
before the baby came? Was he to spend
most of his evenings away from home?
And would he soon be coming in after
midnight, flushed with wine?
That had not happened yet. He had
given her a promise at the birth of the
baby that he would never drink again.
And, so far, she felt he had kept his
word. But, somehow, this evening she
was filled with dread. He was drift
ing back to his old habits in so many
ways. How could she be sure that it
would not be in all ways?
She had her dinner alone, then
bathed the baby and put her to sleep,
straightened up the nursery and
finally got out her work basket and
sat down to sew.
But the sewing occupied only her
hands. Her mind was full of Warren,
and of an Indefinable dread of the
future. At 9 she began watching the
clock. She knew it was foolish to ex
pect him so early, and yet she found
herself listening for every sound.
At 10 she laid aside h" sewing and
took up a magazine. If she couuld only
Interest herself in a story, the time
would not seem so long. But she could
not hold her attention to the words
about her. She read a whole page
without knowing what it was about.
She almost wished the baby would
awaken anything to occupy her time
At 11 she resolved to go to bed. She
knew that it would only irritate him
to find her waiting up for him so late.
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SEATTLE Eckart News Agency,
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Sts.. also 2nd Ave. and Cherry, Sts.;
Acme News Co., W. O. Whitney.
VANCOUVER Wide World News Co.
MEXICO CITY The Aztec. Blue
Book Store. Am. Photo Co., Ave. San
Francisco No. 25.
CHIHUAHUA Am. Photo and Sta.
Co., Roberto Schneider.
AGUAS CALIENTES A. B. Culter.
PARRAL Parral fews Co.
HUNGRY BURGLARS MAKE
RAID ON RANCH MARKET.
Robbery of the Ranch market, near
the corner of Stanton and Third streets.
Tuesday night, has been reported to
the police. That the intruders figure
on a Chrismas dinner is evidenced by
the fact that a quarter of a beef, a case
of eggs-and a whole mutton have dis
appeared. The police are working on
the case. The market is owned by IL
H. Briggs. Entrance to the shop was
effected by breaking the padlock on
the front door.
Britain Just Now
But she could not sleep. She tossed
and turned for almost an hour, then
she could stand it no longer. Slipping
into a heavy bathrobe, she went into
the front rooom and sat down by the
It was raining heavily. The streets
were deserted, save for now and then
a dark umbrella-hidden figure hurry
ing by. Each time her heart leapt with
the hope that it might be Warrren, but
always the figure passed on.
The. Fear of Drink.
The sitting room -clock struck 1. She
went back and threw herself down on
the bed in sick despair. She knew now
that the fear which had haunted her
all evening was true he wasd rinkinc:!
Nothing else would have kept him so
It was almost 2 when she heard the
hall door open. She did not move. She
thought it would be easier to pretend
she was asleep. She hadn't the heart
or the courage to talk to him now.
And besides, it would not help, any
thing she could say would only irritate
and excite him.
Sfie heard him moving around the sit
ting room then in his own room. The
door between was ajar would he open
open it-to see if she was asleep? She
lay quite still, her face turned away,
but he did not come to the door.
He was undressing now. She waited
for the sound of running 'water in the
bathroom. However late he came home,
he always took his bath. But tonight
he didn't. There was a creaking of
springs as he threw himself heavily
For a long time she lay staring into
the darkness before her. Perhaps, after
all, she was wrong. Something might
have detained him. He mar not have
broken his promise, he might not have I
been drinking at all.
Tke Promise Broken.
She sprang up, her heart beating fast.
She must know! It was not fair for
him to harbor even a doubt when it
might be groundless! She stole quietly
to the half-open door. From his heavy
breathing she knew he was asleep.
Very softly she entered the room.
The rain had ceased and a bright moon
light shone through the window. He
was lying like a child, his arms thrown
up over the pillow. His face was
turned towards her; it was not flushed,
there was nothing about him to sug
gest that he had been drinking. In
stead, he looked very strong' and virile
there, his well-built form outlined by
the covers, and yet with a face almost
boyishly sweet in its repose.
"ttfith a sudden rush of tenderness
she drew nearer the bed. Aid she had
been wrong! She-, felt sure of it now.
An immeasurable joy and relief swept
through her. She stooped over to kiss
nim not to awaken him just to kiss
the covers or perhaps his arm.
And then she drew back sharply!
The odor of wine, of alcohol, was un
For a moment she stood motionless,
gazing down at him. Then she turned
and crept silent back to her bed.
OF MINE CLAIMS
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. 14. James Let
son, Peter; Johnson and. Morris ' Denn
are negotiating witn eastern capital
ists for the sale of a croup of claim3
I south of Bisbee. It Is expected the
deal will be closed abou- the first of
I The pumping of water from the Denn j
shaft is progressing rapidly and there J
are now only a little over 90 feet to I
A force of about 40 men is to be
put on at the Blsbee-Extension mine
soon after the first of the year, and
with that point In view lumber has
been sent to the camp for tho rebuild
ing of the tent house recently de
stroyed by fire. A targe compressor
will likely be installed at once.
OPERATOR WIRES FOR HELP
WHILE HE IS BEING HELD UP
Men of Key Seventy Miles Away Tele
graphs Alarm Bnt Robber
New York, Dec. 14. Dispatcher
Gleisner at 5 oclock In the morning, at
the West Shore terminals in Weehaw
ken, received a wire which made him
"This 'is Nolan, operator at Highland,
N. Y.'," was the message. "I am be
ing held up. A few moments ago a
young mar wearing a light overcoat
came in, 'He had a revolver. He held
me up. He said he wanted money and
world kill me if I resisted. He Is hold
5ng the gun at my head now."
There was a pause.
"Go on, go on," replied the Wee
"I'm listening. He thinks I am send
ing regular messages. . Please send
A moment later Gleisner called up
Cornwall, nearest West Shore Station
to Highland, and Poughkeepsie, just
across the Hudson from Highland, and
?av the alarm. He then called High
land . v
"My friend is til here," Nolan tick
ed to Gleisner across 70 iniles of snow.
"He has no idea that I called you up."
"I'm sending help," flashed Gleisner.
A posse from Cornwall soon arrived,
but the robber had gone.
Br4gham Young, who before his death, was the recognized leader of the
Mormons in Utah, and the design on the silver service which is to be prp
sentedby that state to the battleship Utah. The design, the principal fea
ture of which is a figure of Young, ha s been the occasion of thousands of
protests from citizens of Utah, who contributed to the fund that was raised
to buy the silver service. The opponents of the design say that it will be a
national disgrace if the officers of the" new battleship accept a silver service
carrying the figure of a man who was for years in open defiance of the federal
government and who practiced and promoted the cause of polygamy all his
life. It is claimed that the1 design was selected secretly by a Mormon com
mittee. A country wide public protest is being made and prominent preach
ers everywhere are denouncing the proposed gift. The design Is merely a,
street scene in Salt Lake, showing th e Young statue and the Mormon temple.
To Hewitt &Son, to remodel front
In store at North Stanton and Mills
wtreets; estimated cost, 500.
Anson Mills Map, El Paso street and
Overland street H. B. imd C. B. Stev
ens to Juan S.'Hart and B. G. Thomas,
south 48 feet lot 80, block 14; considera
tion, $52,800; dated Dec. 13, 1910.
El Paso county Town of San Eliza
rio to Larenzo Garcia, 31 3-4 acre tract;
consideration, $1; dated Dec. 3, 1910.
El Paso county J. C. Johnson to
"oti-io. Tnhncnn prt inn5 l 9. 20 and 17.
block 24, and sections 7 and S, block
25, puDlic scnooi iana; conswerauuu,
$10: dated Dec. 9, 1910.
El Paso countv R. W. and Alma J.
Love to J. R. Love, two acre tract in j
Socorro grant; consideration, $8000;
dated Dec. 13, 191.0.
El Paso county Jacinto and Basilia
de Lusero to Eleno Sierra, 48 acre tract
near northeast corner of survey No. 55;
consideration. $1; dated Sept. 16, 1S92.
Sierra Blanca, Texas W. J. and D. L.
King to Oden & Co., lots 31 and 32,
block 18, Gilcrease addition; considera
tion, $225; dated Dec 10, 1910.
Licensed to "Wed.
Marcus Granado and Anita Ereida.
PICTURE OF BiSfrHAfo
YOUNG CAUSES STIR
There's One Thing in
that other soda crackers lack
and that is
National - Biscuit - Goodnes
In Moisture Proof Packages)
(Never sold in bulk)
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TE-ESE MEN TAKE
UP THE wore: OF
MRS. MARY EDDY
Men n6w in vontrol of the Christian
Science cult. These men, all members
of the mother church in Bostonr will
be the- dominating power in the cult,
unless overthrown by dissensions that
may arise because of Mrs. Eddy's death.
They assert that the business of the
church will be carried on as usual and
that they expect no change in the atti
tude of its devotees. ,
Wheezing in the lungs Indicates that
phlegm Is obstructing the air passages.
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
loosens the phlegm so that it can be
coughed up and ejected. Price 25c, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Scott
White & Co.. 204 Mills street, and De
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at lessHlian wholesale
cost. Look at these prices
$2.50 values cut to$1.25
$2.D0 values cut to $1.00
$1.25 values cut to 75c
107 SoHtfe StantoH St.
Will find they can fill thek
orders for feed, grain seeds.
etc., etc., to their entire sat
isfaction here. If you have
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us a trial.
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