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"Wednesday, October 2, 1912
Iheoniy Baking Powdermade
BOY SURPRISES BURGLAR.
Canon City. Cola, Oct.' 2. Hubert
Tremayne. found a strange man ri
Tremayne, found a strange man fi
ning the house -when he returned home
t this morning from a Tisit to a neigh
' bor The lad seized a shovel and sta
tioned himself at the door. When
the man came out he hit him a heavy
blow on the Jiead. The robber wis
kiocked down- and dropped a roll of
bills and some jewelry. He regained
his feet and escaped without waiting
to pick up tlw valuables.
WITH SCHOOL BOARB
Ask Th-'it Bonding; Company of Con
tractor Building New School be
Notified of Alleged Debts.
Creditors of C 21. Youngberg, the
contractor of the East El Paso schol,
to the..extent of approximately $11,000,
asked the school board at a special
session held Tuesday night at the
Mesa school building to notify the
Commonwealth Bonding, Insurance &
Casualty company, of Arizona, the the
effect that the creditors desired a set
tlement. The bonding company stands
sponsor on a $12,960 bond furnished
by Youngberg at the time he took the
contract to construct the school.
It was stated by F. Sawyer, audi
tor and purchasing agent of the
schools, that the sum of $15,865.13 had
already been paid Mr. Youngberg on
the contract. The original price
amounted to $21,600. At a meeting of
the school board last Saturday, Mr.
Sawyer stated, the members decided
to withold any further payments on
the contract Until the matters apper
taining to the creditors had been ad
justed. Monday morning it was reported
that the creditors of Youngberg held
a meeting with Ballard ColdwelL his
atorney, at -which they agreed to ac
cept 50 percent of their indebtedness
in cash, and the balance In notes.
The bond of the Arizona company,
which was read to the creditors Tues
day night by Mr. Sawyer, offers them
full protection, and it was decided to
jinotify that company. Of the entire
amount ol indebtedness alleged to be
owed by Youngberg, It was stated
that $3,500 was due the El Paso Val
ley Bank & Trust company. The
building has not yet been accepted by
the architects, Troat & Trost, not
having been entirely completed. It
was estimated by the school board
that $00 or $700 would be- more than
sufficient to entirely finish the build
ing. The school board still held an-
proximately $5,S00 of the original con
tract price ana lor that reason Is In
a position where it will not lose any
thing. Among the creditors who met with
the school board Tuesday night were
Julius Krakauer, V. R. Stiles andJ
Hot drinks. - JEHte Confectionery.
$7,50 Values $5A8
We can't give you an accurate
idea of these pretty Serge Dresses
in-so small a picture.
The material is first quality, the
making is exceptionally good, and
the styles are right up-to-date.
The regular retail price of these
dresses everywhere is $7.50.
Our Saturday Sale price is
Our -window display will show
you the various styles; you may
judge for yourself.
Cash or convenient payments.
New Styles Are Here
Both departments of
this store afford the
best possible chance
for a satisfactory selec
tion of your fall wear
Our guarantee as
sures you that every
quality is exactly as
we represent it, and
our little-payment plan
is for your conven
ience, if you desire to
ments for men's and
Everything new in
clothing, hats & shoes
for men, women and
One price to all
the fair and square
216 S. El Paso Street
ALTA VISTA PEOPLE
TO HAVE MEETING
Tonight the citizens of North Bast
El Paso (Alta Vista) wlU hold a so
cial and get-together meeting for the
purpose of getting acquainted and dis
cussing improvements needed for that
section; also for the purpose of decid
ing upon a name to submit t o the
school board for the new school house
in that section. S. E. flatton is chair
man of the meting and has arranged
refdeshments for all -who will be there.
The meeting is open to all citizens
living east of Cotton avenue and
north of the G. H. tracks.
Kindling 20c a Sack.
Phone Your Orders
Our Service is the Best in El Paso
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
105 EL PASO STREET.
pmn dr warn, growth;
When you buy milk for the use of your
family be sure that the bottle is capped -with
the label below.
This label is an insurance of pure milk,
produced and delivered to you under perfeet
Don't risk giving your children any old
Use that milk which you KNOW is abso
lutely free from preservatives, which comes
from hpvfl -Ftap from Tbrculosi1?. a herd
housed in barns as sanitary as can be made
and milked by men who are spotlessly clean.
Every utensil with which the.milk comes
in contact is carefully sterilized, in fact from
tne tune tne cows are
milked until the milk is
delivered into your home,
everything is kept up to a
surgical standard of
POPULATION KIEHE IS
Ybur last fall suit made new by our
perfect cleaning and pressing. Phone
Inhabitants of the State of Arizona-Are Also Increasing
Rapidly, the Opening of the Roosevelt Project For
Irrigation and the Increase in the Price of Cop
per Being iVery L argely Responsible.
(By George H. Clement.)
Iongtvell's Auto for Hire.
Call 1 for the finest auto in 1 Faso.
Ed Wolf drives it.
Women's garments cleaned, "Wright.
To Jesus Longopia, to erect an adope
residence, Tays street, between Sixth
and Seventh streets; estimated cost,
To Charles Adams, to build a shed,
741 Broadway; estimated cost, 50.
North -side of Montana, between
Thurlow and Merchant ayenues O. W.
Pickering and wife to H. T. Ponsford.
lot 10 and westerly 17 feet of lot 11,
block 25, Cotton addition; considera
tion, $1300; Sept. 25, 1912.
Northwest-corner of Oxford and
Houston streets Harriett King and
husband, to R. E. Rocke, lots 15 and 16,
block 28. Government Hill; considera
tion. $500; Sept 27, 1312.
El Paso county, Texas H. H. Bailey
and wife to George H. Mengel, lots 1
and 2. block "T," Hague's subdivision
of Government Hill, consideration,
$500: Sept. 26. 1912.
South side of Tularosa, between Luna
and Cebada streets M. F. Parnsworth
and wife to C W. Goedeke, lot 23 and
east one-half of lot 24, block 85, East
El Paso; consideration, $3750; Sept SO,
1012 North Campbell street M. F.
Fatnsworth and wife to C W. Goedeke,
lot 16 and north four feet of lot 17,
Clock 273. Campbell's addition; consid
eration. $5500: Sept. 30, 1912.
West side of North Ochoa. between
Wyoming and Missouri streets W. H.
Worley and wife to C. W. Goedeke, lot
7 and north two and one-half feet of
lat 6. block 243. Campbell's addition:
consideration, $4200; Sept. 19, 1912.
South side of Sacramento, between
Byron and Ord streets Highlands Re
alty company to E. W. Mebus and C G.
Mebus, lot 23, block 44, Grand View;
consideration, $200; Sept. 24, 1912.
South side of Sacramento, between
Byron and Ord streets Grand "View
Realty company to E. W. Mebus and C
G. Mebus, lots 24 and 25, block 44.
Grand "View; consideration, $350. Sept.
South side of Sacramento, between
Byron and Ord streets E. W. Mebus
and wife to James W. Memmott and
wife, lots 23 to 25, block 44, Grand
View; consideration, $1500; Sept. 25.
North side of Bassett, between Palm
and Walnut streets Alexander Lani
mers and wife to H. Lloyd Howell, lot
25, block 39, Bassett's addition; consid
eration, ?iu; Aug. 25, 1912.
East side of Broadway, between
Eighth and Ninth streets Guy Miover
to Louis E. Booker, lot 16, block 47,
Campbell's addition; consideration.
$800; March 1L 1912.
San Ellzarlo, Texas Lillian B. Rich
ardson to F. B. Alexander, 84.07 acres.
San Elizario grant: consideration,
$2,942.45, Sept. 30, 1912.
Licensed to Wed.
Gus L Yarbo and Anna Phillips.
Lawrence L. Butterfleld and Ella May
1124 J. H. Wingo, Marguesite flats,
five passenger Eventt.
1125 A, K. Schuster, 1518 Montana
street, Chalmers 30.
1126 J. A. Delancy, 121 Magoffin
avenue, four passenger Wayne,
To Mrs. Benito Soils, 2212 Oklahoma
avenue. Sept. 23
To Mrs. Rerulo Hernandez, 810 Hill
street. Oct. L
Phoenix. Ariz., Oct. 2. One of the
things upon which' Phoenicians pride
themselves above all others. Is the
"phenomenal" growth of the town, and
they will say after giving you (the fig
ures: "And the town has only just
begun to grow."
And they have reason to be proud.
W. C Hedges, of the Securities Realty
company, has been at some pains to
gather statistics covering the growth
of the town and these figures do not
cover anything in the Salt River valley
not included within, the rather narrow
corporate limits of Phoenix. Mr.
Hedges's figures are Issued in tabular
form under six heads, viz: Population
increase in Arizona, population Increase
in Phoenix, assessed valuation, bank
resources, postoffice business and
State's Population Increases.
So far s it relates to the growth
of Phoenix, the table showing the
growth, of the population of the state
might as well have been omitted, as It
only carries the figures down to lalO.
the last census, and the only figures
available. The table follows:
Year Population Increase
1880 40,440 318.7
1890 88,234 118.2
1900 122.931 39.3
1910 204,354 66.2
No estimate of the present popula
tion Is possible, though various guess
es have been made ranging from 275,000
to 315,000. It is claimed by the "guess
ers" that the completion of the Roose
velt dam and the advance in the price
of copper have brought fully 75,000
men, women and children to the state
thus far this year.
Phoenix's Wonderful Growth.
For the population of Phoenix. Mr.
Hedges gives the following figures,
those for 1912 being based upon the
school census, all others being taken
from the reports of federal census
takers. The figures follow:
Year Popula Ion Increase
1890 ..., ... 3,152
1900..-.. .--.- 5,544
The foregoing figures cover only the
very narrow city limits, whereas as a
matter of fact, thousands of men, wom
en and children who to all intents and
purposes are Phoenicians, in that their
work and interests are in Phoenix, live
outside the city lrmits in subdivisions,
additions and on small ranches.
Assessed Valuation Trebles.
The assessed valuation of city prop
erty and Improvements has trebled in
f 12 j ears since 1900 and shows to stu
dents of civic progress more clearly
than do figures covering increase in
population, what is being done by that
population to Improve their property
and build up their town. According to
the figures dug from the records by
Mr. Hedges, the assessed valuation of
Phoenix in 1900-01 was $4,264,971.70. It
ran along at about that figure until
1909-10, when it jumped to $6,872,672.92.
In 1910-11 It was increased to $9,013,
353.90, and this year, fiscal year Ifill
12. reached $12,451,295.90.
The resources of the banks, of Phoe
nix in April, 1911, were $5,965,569.33,
whereas in June, 1-912, they were $7,
094,793.29. Postoffice and Building.
The Phoenix postoffice earned during
the year ending June 30 1911, $74,
661.09. and for the year ending June
30, 1912. $S4.S90.32, an increase of more
The building permit record Is one of
the best' crlterions of a city's growth.
Mr. Hedges has taken the record of
1906, when Phoenix first began to ex
pand, for comparison with the record
of the present year. The figures fol
January .. $17,S00
February .. ...'.. 2,750
March .... .... 7,005"
April . 9,240
May .. . 6,037
Has Excellent Schools.
The city of Phoenix is noted for the
excellence of its schools, Including Its
school buildings. It spends vast sums
on the latter and their equipment, as
well as upon teachers of the highest
class, but with all of its efforts It can
not keep pace with the Increase In the
number of pupils clamoring for admis
sion. The increase for 1910 over 1909
was 25 percent, while the increase of
1311 over 1910 was In excess of 30 per
cent. The figures for 1912 will not
be available for a week or 10 days
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Telephones 340 and S18
TWO ftEAT TRAINS
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SiOO A. M.
COLON, PANAMA $832S Via NEW ORLEANS
On How Grafters Are Made
s Early Training of Boys
o Responsible for Their Acts
in Later Life.'
nothing Can "Undermine It In
People are sometimes slow to recog
nize true merit, and they cannot be
blamed, for so many have been hum
bugged In the past. The experience of
hundreds of El Paso residents, ex
pressed publicly through newspapers
and other sources, places Doan's Kid
ney Pills on a firm foundation here.
I. B. Casey, barber. Overland St, El
Paso. Texas, says: "I used-Doan's Kid
ney Pills for a great many years and
they saved me many hours of misery.
They cored me of a very severe attack
or Kianey complaint and I know they
will do as good work for other people.
My customers told me about the won
derful cures Doan's Kidney Pills
brought about. It gives me pleasure
to recommend this remedy 'because I
know it is the best one to be had for
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co, Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name- Doan's and
take no other.
ers, begin v.ith the little boys in
their kindergarten age; and train
their minds to think of something be-
sides personal gain.
Do not buy their good behavior, or
their polite attentions, or their small
duties with pennies, sweetmeats, or
promises of picnics. Instil Into their
young minds a personal pride and self
resDect which will cause them to be
ashamed of receiving presents for every
This can be done by making the
child a confidant and by talking in a
friendly way, which will interest and
entertain; about the value of good
manners, and the pleasure and happi
ness -which older people feel in chil
dren who show good breeding, and
making it plain that any lack of po
liteness and willingness to oblige oth
ers, or any display of greediness for
pay, or acceptance of money for little
acts of courtesy, reflects upon the
family pride and gives strangers an
opportunity to look down upon such
Children's Individual PocKetbooks.
A frequent and pleasant reiteration
of similar Ideas will Invariably guide
a child away from thoughts of looking
for or accepting money for every cour
teous act ,
Then when the child has formed dig
nified ideals in this'matter, an arrange
ment should be made so that the boy
or girl has an individual purse, if only
a few pennies each week can be of
forded to supply it If a child desires
to become -a wage earner; have it un
derstood that It is a matter of straight
He does an errand for a nickel or
for a penny, a3 the case may be, but
the courtesies which every well-bred
child Is taught, or the thoughtful acts
which should be a part of his educa
tion, are not to be sold or bought.
Meantime parents and relatives
should make a point of not imposing
upon the good nature, time or strength
of children, by making them continu
ally run errands and fetch ajjd carry
"when a little thoughtfulness would
prevent the necessity.
Children have certain rights which
are sometimes. If not frequently, over
looked by their elders.
It seems a small thing for Jack to be
asked to run up two flights of stairs.
or over to a neighbor's, or to the post-
box on the corner, but ll there are
F YOU" do not want men to be graft- older people who ask the favors a
aozen times a day it becomes a little
tedious for Jack.
And when the elders forget to say
thank you, and are quick to complain
if Jack is slow, then the injustice be
comes more and more apparent to the
Perfect 'courtesy, absolute politeness,
and unvarying appreciation should
mark a parent's attitude toward a
Fault With His tblder Associates.
Then it is an easy matter to make
that child feel a keen delight in doing
little acts of kindness and performing
little duties for the parent. And with
no thought of graft; for that is pre
cisely what it Is, when a child is al
ways on the alert to receive some
money return for every act.
"Whatever is wrong in a child, the
fault lies with his older associates.
Every man who Is In prison far de
ceiving the people In his misuse of
power and .his misapplication of influ
ence, could have been made Imper
vious to temptation if he had been
rightly reared the first 14 years of his
A fashionable boarding or military
school does not supply the kind of edu
cation referred to.
That must come from personal asso
ciation with an older person, whose
mind is wholesome, and whose prin
ciples are high, and who makes it a
solemn and beautiful duty to awaken
the young being to an understanding
of life in its very truest and best sense.
Not by talking religion or philoso
phy, but by making clear the small
personal responsibility which rests on
each human to become the very finest
and best type of his race, and to begin
being this type, by scorning Whatever
is petty, small, ignoble and mercenary,
and by cultivating whatever Is big and
oroaa ana altruistic and helpful, while
developing the qualities which will
lead to independence and success.
Teach Boy to Have Pride.
Any boy who has been given this .as
sociation with an older Individual will
never stand before the world In the
shameful limelight of a criminal.
Do you have to pay your boy for
every little act of kindness or every
courtesy he shows?
Then why have jou not taught him
to so love and respect you. and to take
such pride in himself that he could not
yet, but It is believ.ed the Increase over
isii Tviii cioseiy approximate 40 per
cent. It was hoped the new buildings
completed last year would accommo
date the Increase for several years to
come, but In this the school directors
find they were mistaken, and already
plans are being made for new and
more commodious school buildings. The
new high school Just completed and
which will be dedicated to school uses
this week has relieved the pressure in
that quarter for a time at least, prob
ably another year.
The ew School.
The new school comprises three
large and elaborately equipped classic
structures in the same block, with the
old high school building, but it has
been found necessary to utilize the old
building too and It will not be razed
as originally contemplated. Besides a
special building for the boys' manual
training classes has also been found
Phoenix is growing. An increase of
300 percent in population In 12 vears.
an Increase of 100 percent in assessed
valuation In two years (1909-10 1911
12), an increase of more than $2,000.00
in bank resources in two years, an
increase of more than 25 percent in
postal receipts In one year, and an in
crease of 650 percent in building per
mits in six years proves that the town
POLICE UNABLE TO FJXD
MISSIXG BOY IX THE CITY
Although the police made a search of
the city Tuesday night for John New
brough. aged 17 years, who was report
ed to have disappeared from his home,
1509 Boulevard, some time Tuesday af
ternoon, they failed to find him. New
brough was described as wearing a
Also called Tetter, Salt Ehenm, Pruri
tus. Mllk-Crnst, "Weeping Sktn, etc.
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED TO STAY.
and when I say cured, I mean just what
I say C-U-R-E-D, and not merely
patched up for awhile, to return worse
than before. Remember I make this
broad statement after patting ten years
of my time on this one disease and
handling In the mean-time a quarter
of a million cases of this dreadful dis
ease. Now. I do not care what all you
have used, nor how many doctors have
told you that you could not be cured
all I ask is just a chance to show you
that I know what I am talking about.
If you will wrlto me TODAY, I will
send you a FREE TRIAD of my mild,
soothing, guaranteed care that will con
vince you more in a fey than 1 or any
one else could in a month's time. If
you are disgusted and discouraged, I
dare you to give me a chance to prove
my claims. By writing me today you:
will enjoy more real comfort than you
had, ever thought this world hojds for
you Just try it and yon will see I
am telling you the truth.
Br. J. E. Cannadny, 1635 Park Stuare,
References: Third National Bari, Se
Could you do a better act than to send
this notice to some poor sufferer of
gray suit of clothes and &tpar of white
shoes. "Wednesday morning the day
police and detectives I were instructed
to continue the search. Tjhere was no
reason assigned for the boy's disappearance.
See our display in Calisher's Pumpkin right off
the vine melons, peaches, pears alfalfa, corn
on the stalk, grown right at home. What the
others grow you can grow. We will give sou
ost- I be a small grafter' (Copyright, 1912, j
four ' by American-Journal-Examlner.) j
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