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Thursday, October 3, 1912
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soclation at which time the officers will
J. T. Hutchins and Kins "Worley were
the two new members enroled Wednes-
1 day night. w
The association in order to complete
the 1 Paso link of the Ocean to Ocean
driveway is seeking to secure from tne
Sunset lines a crossing just two miles
west of Strauss. A committee composed
of Phil Young, president of the asso
ciation. A. P. Coles and "W. F. Payne
was appointed at the lat meeting of
the association to confer with the of
ficials of that road relative to the
crossing. Wednesday night Jlr. Young
reported that the committee had failed
to see the officials. , The crossing com-
Although there-was-a-rival meeting to meet and confer with H. C McCor-
fn progress" In' the Same 'Bunding' par- mick, general agent of the Sunset lines.
Club Decides to Enter Os-
le Parade; Plans Made
to Wipa Out Deficit,
ticipated in by the general. Os-Aple-
committee, 16 members of the Bl Paso
Automobile association held an en
thusiastic meeting "Wednesday night
at the chamber of commerce at which
they nominated officers for the ensu
ing year, and -adopted the slogan. for"
tL strenuous campaign for more and
The following nominations for of
ficers for the year 1913 were made:
For president, C Stevens, J. G. McNary,
V. It. Stiles, Phil Young, A. P. Coles;
for rice president, C. Stevens: for sec
retary and treasurer, J. D. Bukey, J.
J Kaster. Dr. H. Dl Safford; for board
of directors, J. J, Kaster, V. R. Stiles,
D. T. "White, Phil Young. H: H. Bailey,
H. jLaSalle. ,J. Hlbbert. "W. ilace, J.
Kauffman. ' The nominations will be
closed at the next meeting of the as-
As brought out by J. D. Bukey, secre
tary ana treasurer or tne association,
ing Qs-Aple parade -was made by Miss
A. M. Mace. Miss Mace stated that so
far the committee had the promise that
there would be 17 automobiles in that
parade, and Wednesday night she
urged the members of the association
to place a machine in the line. She
stated that It would serve as an ad
vertisement for the club, the slogan of
wnicn snouid De, lor good roads, as
evidenced by a banner to be carried in
the machine en route. The suggestion
of Miss Mace met with the hearty ap
proval of the members, and while there
was no definite action taken on the
matter, it Is probable the association
will hare an automobile in the proces
sion. --Further plans for the advertising of
El Paso were suggested in the matter
of having "a. number of guide books
printed, containing advertisements of
tne city ana vauev. Tnese. n tne plan
is adopted, are to be distributed among
the greatest thing in favor of Bl Paso I ir vlsltinir mitnlsts Tn nnlcr tn ka
in the matter of the Borderland route cure the names of all visiting autoists
was the fact that Vith the exception of the members discussed a registrar book
several bad parts, the- roads In the
county were good.
The road that appears to offer all
the trouble to the association is that
strip of sand, said to be about 1000 feet
in lengui, on iae mesa in Jew Jiexicu,
which must be crossed en route to Dem
Ing. J. Hlbbert, who has been employed
by the association to oversee the work
necessary to be done on that road,
stated that he thought the road could
be placed in first class condition by the
expenditure of ?600 or S700.
To Be In Oft-Aple Parade.
The suggestion that the automobile
association be represented in the com-
Ti""i jf4!MPM k
system. These books, it was suggested
could be left at the different garages
together with one at the office of the
secretary of the association.
To Make Tip Deficit.
The association has a defict of $59,
and to make this up, C. Stevens was
appointed a committee of one with
power to appoint as many as he saw
fit to make the necessary collections
in this instance. Mr. Stevens with his
committee stated that he would call on
all the business Interests In the effort
to secure the money.
At the suggestion of J. J. Kaster for
an up to date system of bookkeeping,
a committee composed of Mr. Kaster, J.
Kauffman and Phil Young was ap
pointed to audit the books, and instal
a new system of bookkeeping for the
Before adjournment CTery member
was urged to bring at least three addi
tional members to the next meeting of
the association. By unanimous ap
proval the proposition that every mem
ber joining now and paying his dues
would be enroled as a member for the
year 1913, was adopted. In that way
the person who joins the association at
this time would have the benefit of
three additlqnal months. The dues for
the year amount to $6.
Those jjresent were: President, Phil
Young: J. D. Bukey; secretary and
treasurer: H. LaSalle, J. Hlbbert, C.
W. Mace, Miss A. M. Mace, C. M.
Harvey, J. Kauffman, Dr. C A. Reine
mund, H. H. Bailey. C B. Stevens. J. J.
Kaster. Dr. H. D. Safford, V. R. Stiles,
D. T. White.
NARA VISA HAS
Thirty Floats Already. As
sured For Industrial Sec
tion Os-Aple Parade.
Four bands will furnish music for the
Os-Aple Jubilee. C. A. Kinne, chair
man of the music committee, assured
the executive committee Wednesday
night that there will be no lack of
music during the Jubilee. Regimental
bands of the regiments stationed at Bl
Paso and on the border will be permit
ted by their commanders to take part
In the Jubilee. In addition, local bands
will be secured for the occasion.
Labor union men are to play an im-
portant part in tne industrial parade,
which Claiborne Adams is arranging
for the first day of the celebration. It
Is estimated that between 800 and 1000
union men, representing all of the
unions in the city, will be in the pa
rade, some of them having floats. A
half holiday will be declared through
out the city for the Labor Union day.
Harry Cooper, chairman of the Central
Labor union committee, and H. M.
Walker, a member, were present Wed
nesday night to cooperate with the
work of the committees.
Thirty Entered Already.
Claiborne Adams announced that he
had already received 30 acceptances
from firms to his Invitations to place
floats in the Os-Aple industrial parade
and that he expected that there would
be at least 50 firms represented when
the parade begins.
The firms who have already an
nounced their intention of entering
Bob Moore company, Texas company,
the Myers company. Valley Implement
company. Great Western Art company,
Hoyt Furniture company, Magnolia
Bottling company, Rio Grande Printing
company, McMath Tea and Coffee com
pany. Western Transfer and Storage
company. Sulzberger & Sons company.
W. G. Walz company, Rio Grande
broom factory, El Paso Piano company, prescribes in most cases of skin erup-
Maybe you think that
gum is just
Chew Smith's MELLO-
g gum is a
For this Texas gum is so different. Pure chi
cle. Two delicious flavors lastingly com
bined -into one extraordinary perfection.
Mini; and spearmint.
Texas Gum Company,
Makers of those other-famous gums TICKLE
CHICLE and PEERLESS CHIPS.
Klre Thousand Acres of Wheat to Be
Sown Thin Fall; Several Sales of
Cattle Are Beported.
Nara "Visa, N. M.. Oct. 3. Nara Visa
held its regular annual fair this -week.
There was a splendid display of farm
f pdoduce and range and farm stock
shown. Numerous sports were pulled
off and a general good time was in
i eviaence. xnere was a very large
j crowd, in fact, a larger crowd than has
I been In this city for a number of years.
I Reports from northwest of Nara
I Visa are to the effect that there will
be in the neighborhood of 5000 acres
' of wheat sown this fall. A number of
j the fanners have their wheat planted
I and up to a considerable height, one
1 of the main -wheat growers being F.
j N. Dubois, who had In a large acreage
last year mat nvodo an average or 3U
bushels to the acre.
Several sales of cattle have been
made at his place in the last week,
which included the sale of 40 registered
Hereford bulls, by Gus B. Coots, of the
Circle Bar ranch, to A S. McCamant.
of Corona, N. M. These bulls are to
be delivered in November. Mr. Coots
is one of the largest breeders of reg
istered thoroughbred Herefords in the
United States and bought and sold
more of these cattle in the last year
than any other man in the United
States, according to the registration
El Paso Mantel and Tile company. Jen
kins Piano company, Neff-Stiles com
pany, the McClintock company. South
western Portland Cement company.
Globe Mills, Globe Ice and Cold Storage
company, Brown-Finnegan company,
Union Mercantile company.
In the automobile section will be L.
G. Napier, auto repairs; Pathfinder
Motor Car company, Hutchlngs garage,
J. F. Knox Auto company. Southwestern
Auto company. El Paso Rubber and
Auto Supply company.
Tentative Sport Program.
A tentative sport program has been
arranged by C. A. Beers, of the sports
committee, and has been accepted by
the Jubilee committee. The program at
"Washington park, October 23, includes
polo game, auto races, cowboy relay
race, high jumping and other field
sports. On October 25. there will be a
tug of war between soldiers and police
men at the carnival grounds; 2:30 p. m..
climbing greased pole at the carnival
grounds. Besides, there will be a base
ball game on all of the days, to be
played at Washington park.
Baseball Tourney Arranged.
Art Wood, chairman of the baseball
committee, reported that the commit
tee was in communication with Hurley
and Pecos amateur teams to play in
the amateur tournament with the sol
diers and the El' Paso team, and that
all is ready for a four days' baseball
tournament for the amateur champion
ship of the southwest. Rates on the
railroads for the ball teams has been
Out of 71 Bl Paso merchants who
have been visited, by the decorating
committee. 55 have consented to deco
rate their place's of "business for the
Os-Aple Jubilee. The street decorations
will be put up, together with street il
lumination streamers, according to Dr.
Yard, chairman of the committee.
Programs of the Jubilee will be
printed this week in order that the
"Key Note" trade excursionists, when
thoy depart for their westward journey,
can carry a bunch of them along to be
distributed in the towns of Arizona and
New Mexico. This will be one of the
means of advertising the Jubilee, an
other being the stickers which Timothy
Turner, chairman of the advertising
committee, is having printed and which
will be ready this -week for distribu
tion among the merchants of the city.
W. G. Roe, chairman of the vehicle
section of the Os-Aple parade, said that
he was meeting with success and that
many El Pasoans will enter decorated
vehicles In the parade.
T. R. Ryan, traffic manager of tho
Mexico North Western railroad, added
the rate which will be made by that
railroad during the three days' Jubilee.
The railroad will charge for the round
trip, one fare plus one dollar, Mex.
The financial committee is still so
liciting, and chairman Walter, Kohlberg
reported that It is not meeting with as
much success as is desired.
Tho poultry association has decided
not to have a show during the Os-Aple
Jubilee, but the kennel club is working
for the show which it will hold.
Motorcycle Section Added.
W. Shedd appeared before the com
mittee in an effort to have a place for
the motorcyclists in the Os-Aple pa
rade. The local motorcycle club has
agreed to decorate the machines, and a
flying squad, to just precede the Os
Aple parade, will be made up. Mr.
Shedd was chosen as chairman of the
motorcycle section of the -parade.
The committeemen present at the
meetings were: Burt Orndorff, presi
dent; C A, Kinne, Harry Cooper, H. M.
Walker. Claiborne Adams, Miss A. M.
Mace, -Art Wood, W. G. Roe, J. E. Cam
pos, Timothy Turner, Rufus P. March,
Walter Kohlberg Dr. J. W. Yard, C L.
Slrmans and W. Shedd.
Pimples, blotches, skin eruptions of
ail Kinds, are simply tne impurities in
the blood coming to the surface. All
the external treatment in the world
won't do a particle of good unless you
purify the blood. And there's nothing
so humiliating as a face thats all
"broken out" and spotted.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will clear
the. most obstinate complexion, because
they go right into the blood and remove
the cause of the trouble. The blood is
cleansed of all Impurities and foreign
substances and these are quickly elim
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a wonderful change in a few days
you will hardly know yourself in a
And Stuart's Calcium "Wafers are ab
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LOCAL SOCIETY TO
MERGE W NATIONAL
3IARIXES "WILT, DRIVE
REBELS FROM NICARAGUA
Washington. D- C, Oct. 3. Deter
mined to prevent foreign interference
In Central America by extending pro
tection to foreigners as well as Amer
icans in Nicaragua, and at the sug
gestion of the Nfcaracuan srovernment.
i rear admiral Southerland proposes to
use his marines to drive the rebels out
of their .fortified position on Bar
ranca Hill, if they persist in! obstruct
ing free communication between the
town of Barranca and Managua.
This step has been decided upon as a
result of the request of the British
minister at Managua that bis family,
now In Barranca, be escorted to the
capital through the rebel lines.
There Is a chance that Zeledon, the
only rebel general now In the field, will
j accept amnesty and lay down his arms.
I Otherwise a clash between him and the
1 American, marines seems certain.
Scope of El Paso Humane Organization
to Be Broadened; Meeting to Be
Held Monday Evening.
A meeting to consider the plan for
merging the local Humane society with
the national organization will be held
at the chamber of commerce Monday
evening. At a meeting of the members
of the recently appointed advisory
committee and directorate Wednesday
afternoon, J. U. Sweeney was appointed
chairman of the committee which will
meet with the local society Monday
evening and discuss plans for the re
organization of the society, and the
broadening of its scope. Judge A. M.
Waltnall addressed the meeting Wed
nesday on the need for the reorgani
zation and the greater ricd of a broad
er humane work in the city.
YOUTHS ARE CHARGED WITH
ROBBING MAN OF HIS GOLD
Eastland, Tex., Oct. 3. Lou White
and B. P. Oldham, two young men of
this county, are under arrest charged
with robbing a man named Goeter of
a considerable amount of gold.
iR. T. Felix Oouraud's Oriental
' Cream or Magical Beautlflor.
Benovej Tan, Pimples,
Freckles, Moth Pitches,
Bull, and SUa Siseasai,
ana trety Diemua
on beauty, and de
liea detection. It
has stood tte test
of 4 yean, and
is so cannless we
taste It tobeecrelt
Is properly made.
Accept so counter
feit cf slmfiar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sarre ta!d to a
lady of the hant
ton (a patient):
MAs you ladles
vm aw theo.
Cosrand'i Cream' as lis least hanntnl'of an tho
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today and then look at yourself In the
mirror In a few days, and find all those
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liver EDOts. rash, eczema and that mud"
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your lace ciearea iixe tne petal 01 a
You can easily test Stuart's Calcium
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Gross or Feverish
Mean their bowels
waste-clogged; liver slug
gish and stomach sour.
Your child isn't naturally cross. Ir
ritable and peevish. Mother! .Exam
ine the tongue; if coated, it means the
little one's stomach is disordered, liver
Inactive and its thirty feet of bowels
cloctrod with foul, decaying waste.
Every mother realizes after giving
delicious Syrun of Figs" that this Is
the ideal laxative and physic for chil
dren. Nothing else rxgulates the little
one's tender stomach, liver arid bowels
so effectually, besides they aearly love
Its delightful fig taste.
For constipated bowels, sluggish, liv
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stomach, feverishness, diarrhoea, sore
throat, bad breath or to break a cold,
give one-half to a teaspoonful of "Sy
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FOUR INJUSED IN
Caboose Is Hurled From Track When
Front Trucks Break Loose;
One Man May Die.
Amarillo, Tex Oct. 3. Four men
were seriously injured early this morn
ing, 10 miles south of Amarillo, when
the front caboose trucks of the Fort
Worth & Denver local freight No. 3-1
dropped loose and the caboose was hurled
to the bottom of the cut. The injured
are: Dave Hurley, road master, cut
about head, neck and body; Tom Hug
gins, conductor, seriously bruised about
the arm and body; George Smith, brake
man, believed to 'be internally injured
and right arm broken; George Thomp
son, both arms bruised and internally
hurt, believed seriously. The men are
married and have families in this city.
Physicians believe that Thompson will
HIGH SCHOOL TO ENTER
THE OS-APLE PARADE
The High school will be represented
in the Os-Aple parade, it is understood,
bv at least two floats, one being for
the football team and the other for the
dramatic club. The dramatic club, the
Thespian society, wil use a tally-ho in
stead of a regular float. Plans for the
decoration of this inlly-ho will probably
be completed within the next few days.
The Thespian society will give an en
tertainment and a candy auction sale
Fridav night in the school auditorium
to raise funds for entering a "float"
to represent the society in the Os-Aple
parade. The first part of the program
will be a musicalc bv members of the
societ. The second part will be the
candv auction sale
My Lady's Garter
The Streets of Ascalon
The Hollow of Her Hand
El Paso Book-Co.
204 Mills St
$7.50 Values $5.48
We can't give you an accurate
idea of these pretty Serge Dresses
in eo 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.
f)nr 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
mrr- litiln.novmpni rilan
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. EI Paso Street
WE BILIOUS! YOUR Lip AND
Furred Tongue. Bad Taste, Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
constipated bowels, which cause your
stomach to become filled with undi
gested food, which sours and ferments
like garbage in a swill barrel. That's
the first step to untold misery indi
gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow
skin, mental fears, everything that is
horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret
tonight will surely straighten you out
by morning a 10-cent bos wlU keep
your head clear, stomach sweet, liver
and bowels regular and make you feel
cheerful and bully for months.
Don't forget your children their lit
tle insides need a good, gentle, cleans
ing, too, occasiopally.
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Sgyjtajjtep . 'ALSO 25 fc SO CEHT BOXESgggggjp
GET THE HABIT
Fancy Cranberries, per quart -. .12c
Erne Concord Grapes, per basket 35c
3 for $1.00
Jelly Glasses (large size) per dozen . . . 30c
Guaranteed fresb Eggs, per dozen 35c
12 lbs. White Potatoes for -25c
"QUALITY AT TilE RIGHT PRICE.'
Corner Montana, and Ochoa Sts.