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L PASO HERALD
iTiday, October 11, 1912
Our Business Increases
Why not enroll you as new customer?
Large Dill Pickles,
Large Sour Pickles,
Medium $weet Pickles,
per doz ..'..'.
Fresh Pigs Feet,
Valley Comb Hotter,
Do you Tant the best Flour in El Pasof If ,go, order
American Beauty Flour -.- 24 lb. sack $1.00
Or for Highland Park.
Mr. Albert Taylor and His New Company, Presenting
The Best of New Plays at Popular Prices
Matinees every Wed., Sat. and Sunday at 3 p. m.
Adults, 20c; children, 10c.
New .shows every Sunda3r, Monday and Thursday.
Curtain night, 8:30. 25c, 35c.
Pfeoae Ryan's asd Have Your Tickets Held
WORLEY BUYS BIG
Bellraeore Is Sold fey Mrs. X. M. Black
for $18,000 and Buys East Mis
W. H Worlcy has bought the Bell
rooore apartment house on West .Mis
souri street from Mrs. Nellie Moore
Black for $15,000. The apartment
building is located at 609-11 West Mis
souri street. Mr. Worley will re
model and refurnish it- In exchange
he sold Mrs. Black a house in the
3J00 block on East Missouri street for
$4000. The tales were made by Broad
lus & Le Baron. This firm has also
closed a deal for 20 acres of valley
land at Socorro for M. Granger, of-New
Mexteoy wldch vtam -ownetl hy-- John E.
lyer. The price paid was $lf8.
Are Improving Valley Lasd.
A. D. De Kolf and his associate in
the San Elizario island ranch of 1000
u.cres are improving the land, which
was purchased last fall, by planting'
100 acres of it in winter wheat. The
remainder of the tract -will be cleared
and planted in the spring. Wells, a
house and ditches are also being built
on the ranch.
Nevada Street Hesse Seld.
The largest real estate deal reported
Friday was the sale of the eight room,
two story brick residence at 1118 Ne
vada street, which Sam Goodraax
brought of W. I Tooley, of' the First
National bank. The price was $5250.
The plot is 37 1-2 by 120 feet. Haw
kins Bros, acted as agents.
To Bslid Pear Bungalows.
Joe Dunne is to build four new bun
galows on Alameda avenue in Wood
lawn addition. They are to be five
room bricks and iwll cost about $2500
and $3000 each. They are to adjoin the
two bungalows on the corner of Latta
street, on -which construction has com
menced. In addition to these houses, Mr.
Dunne is building a $2000 four room
brick bungalow in the 3300 block on
Frutas street for John Pusshen.
Ike and Frank Alderete have gone
TLc Beer of
TAKE a little tip from father always onier
iPabst "Blue Ribbon" Beer served with your
It is the' one beverage that should always
appear on the table.
In purity, nourishment, as an aid to digestion,
this incomparable beer will commend itself to
people who exercise good judgment in whatever
they eat or drink.
Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles,
showing at a glance that it is clean and pure.
It is the beer for
Phone or write
Milwaukee Beer Co.
204-20S-208 So. Ochoa Sf
Both Phones 2101
1 Pao, Tcucis
10 lbs. for
California Irish Potatoes,
10 lbs. for a
2 lbs. for
Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Had
ishes, Green Onions, 2 for. .
Nice Fresh Tomatoes,
2 lbs. for
Phone 1666 and 1662.
Phone 658 or 634
I into the real estate business. In com
pany with C. L. Vowell and W. H. Fry
er, they have opened offices in the
Pioneer building on San Antonio street
and Mesa avenue.
w Government Hill Lots Sold.
The following sales of Government
Hill land have been made by Austin
& Marr during the past three days. Lots
21 and 22. block 90, toKL Polk, con
sideration $350; lots 3 and i, block SI.
to C F. Farmer, consideration $400; lots
26 and 27. block 86. to J. A. Robb. con
sideration $350; lots 29 'to 32, block 85,
to W. M. Peticolas. consideration $725;
lots 31 and 32, block 29. to J. F. Simp
son, consideration $400; lots 21 and 22,
block 56, consideration $350; lots 24
and 25, block 86. to Miss Florence X.
Hanson, consideration $350.
P. F. and P. J. Edwards bought 28
lots in this addition for $5650. O. R. and
A. E. Hale, Iota .20 to 23, block 8C, eon- J
wueuun ?w. . j. jsuryny, iois - to
26, block 56, consideration $525.
Ka.it Hi Paso Addition Sales.
In East El Paso addition Joe Catron
sold to E. W. Kayser and WK. Marr,
lots 30 to 32, block 119, consideration
In this--same addition G. O. Perkins
sold to H. H. Fris, A. T. Threadgfll, jr.,
and G. A. Martin lots 21. 22, 23. 27, 28,
29, in block 119, consideration $2100.
Fris. Threadgill and Martin sold W. W.
Mace lots 21 to 23 in this block for
$1200. All these , sales -were made by
Austin & Marr.
Boys'- clothes that are new. Sol I.
ADVOCATES FU.VT RATK
. FOR ALL KXPRESS MATTER
Washington, D. C Oct. 11. A flat
rate for all packages for all distances
of transportation, -was advocated by
Charles L. Cowles, secretary of the
Postal Progress league at the express
rates hearing before the interstate
He said the American Express com
pany was carrying parcels -from
Kurope up to 11 pounds weight at a
flat rate of 27 cents to any part of
the United States.
for a case.
Y. W. C. A. Notes
The regular monthly board meeting
of the Y. W. C. A. was held recently,
and the president, Mrs. H. T. Bowie, was
in the chair. Devotional exercises were
conducted by Mrs. F. A. Hodge. In the
absent . of the recording secretary.
Mrs. D. W. Detwiler was appointed sec
retary for the day. The reports from
the various departments show that the
past month has been one of unusual
activity. The physical committee re
ported that the gymnasium classes are
starting off with good interest and en
thusiasm. A special club rate for the
clubs from the schools was decided
upon and music provided for all the"
regular classes. At the Bible .study
rally, on October S, there were 65 "pres
ent. There was a program by last
year's Bible classes. The schedule of
the Bible study classes are as follows:
At the boarding home, 541 West Mis
souri street, Monday night. 6:45. Bible
history taught By Miss Alene Howren.
At the central home, fourth floor
Monday night at seven oclock, class
beginning with Genesis, Miss Florence
N Hanson, teacher.
Tuesday night, seven oclock, interme
diate Old Testament history. Mrs. H.
Tuesday night, seven oclock, begin-'
ning with book of Joshua, Miss Flor
ence N. Hanson.
The parables of Jesus, high school
girls. Miss Bertha I. Miller.
Enrolment in all these classes is
free and all -who -wish to attend are
The social committee is planning a
Halloween party, to be held on Thurs
day. October 31 at eight oclock. This
will be open to all members of the as
sociation and their friends.
The junior clubs are doing good work
and are .planning regular gymnastic
work in connection -with their club
Tne menrttersnip committee reporiea
54 regular members and one sustaining
member during the month.
The Travelers' Aid report showed
that special aid had been given to 70
women and girls during September.
The board of directors voted to send
a note of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Booker for furnishing a room at the
The Trielle club gave an enchilada
supper to raise money to help in the
Travelers Aid and to supply magazines
for the reading table. The members
are assisting in making garments for
the baby camp day nursery.
The resignation of Mrs. John Ewin
and Mrs. Rue Jackson from the board
of directors was accepted with regret.
Mrs. Flora Jones was appointed a
delegate to the state convention. Octo
ber 26. 27 and 28. at Austn. Texas.
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mrs. Augus Lamm, of Piano. Texas,
who has been the guest of Mrs. A. P.
Hudson, of 306 San Francisco street.
for two weeks, has returned to her
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walshe. of 1212
Newman street, have as their guest for
the winter their sister. Miss Sarah
Walshe. of Abilene. Texas. Miss Walshe
is on her way home from California,
where she'spentthe summer.
F. M. Hatley. of Washington. D. C.
,1,Vl8f,ntinaSwreieek,dS and re,aHVeS the
city for a week.
Judge and Mrs. August Meyer, of
Hermann. Mo., are in the city visiting
their daughter. Mrs. A. J. W. Schmid.
A. H. Snyder is in town from Dem
ing. N. M.
Dinners and Luncheons
Miss Florence Comfort entertained
Informally at dinner on Thursday eve
ning in honor of Miss Lemira Nebeker.
The guests present were: Misses
Lemira Nebeker, Clarice Coleman, Flo
rence Comfort. Mrs. S. R, Comfort.
Messrs. Herbert Hunter and Charles A.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dndley enter
tained at dinner at the Valley Inn on
Thursday evening. Their guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dudley and Miss
Ivah Cool of Los Angeles.
Mrs. E. Z. Steever entertained at the
Valley Inn on Thursday at luncheon.
Mrs. Steever's guests were Mrs. William
Gardenhire, Lieut. E. Z. Steever, jr., and
The Thursday Luncheon elub will not
hold any meetings until after the Os
Mrs. K. D. Franklin entertained the
Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club at
her home on East Rio Grande street
this week. Only club members were
present; refreshments were served.
Mrs. L. J. Gilchrist will entertain the
Wednesday Afternoon club on Wednes
day, October 16.
Mrs. T. H. Logan and the Misses
Logan will entertain for their daugh
ter and sister, Mrs. Frank D. Wickham,
with an informal card party, on Satur
day afternoon at 2:30 oclock.
Mrs. John L. Dyer is entertaining the
Friday bridge club at her home this
The quarterly meeting of the .Char
ity association will be held at the
rooms, 405 South Campbell street, Oct.
14. at 3:30 in the afternoon. A large
attendance is requested, as the direc
tors -wish the members to see the
work that is being done in the. house,
and Important business is to be trans
The Current Events and Literature
department of the Woman's cIud will
have its first meeting of the season on
Wednesday afternoon, October 16, at
the home of Mrs. W. R. Brown. All
departments of the club will hold
meetings at Mrs. Brown's until the
comp'etion of the Hotel Paso del Norte.
El Pasoans Returning
Mr. and Mrs. C. McBean have returned
to their home. 211 West Rio Grande
street for the winter, after spending
Ave months at different points in Cali
fornia. Mrs. William L. Tooley and son, Billy,
have returned from the east, where
they have been for several months.
Rev. Ed Millican has returned from
Van Horn, Tex., where he had been on
a short" trip.
Mrs. Mike Brennan has joined her
husband in Santa Rita N. M., where
Mi. Brennan has a position with a
minini; fonnan Mr Brennan whs
until roentl an engineer on the
Santa. Fe at Saoi MurciaL
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2010, day;
and 345, night.
For a Little Girl
Bright blue cashmere forms the
greater part of this fanck. There is a
lining foundation waist with the, skirt
gathered on. Over this is a sleeve
yoke and wide girdle.
The revers and cuffs are faced with
ecru pongee, upon which is a simple
flower design, done in ribbons of pink
and green. The buttons used are blue
pearl, and a black satin ribbon is used
in the front.
,' The Washington society was delight-
j fully entertained by Dr. and Mrs. Irv-
. iag MCNeiI recently. The election of
officers was in order and resulted as
follows: Dr. E. C. Prentiss, president;
GM Fkarchantf secreta'rv
. ,,.,1.,,,..,.., ,. wa snt ,,
refreshments were served by the host
ess. Those present were: Dr. and Mrs.
Irving McNeil. Mrs. E. A. Keeling, of
Washington. D. C; Mrs. W. E. O'Brien,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dowling. Dr. ana
Mrs. Burleson Stat en, Mrs. G. M. Mar
tin. Miss Louise Keeling, J. Helierstedt,
Dr. K. C Prentiss and Grover C. Wil
marth. On Wednesday evening a delightful
"Marshmellow Toast" was held on the
mesa. The young people, who were
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Murphy, spent the evening around a
camp fire, toasting marshmellows.
Those present were: Misses Helen
Rogers. Effie Warren, Margaret
Campbell, Florence Sanders, Ray
Campbell, Elizabeth Marks. Madge
Campbell. A'lcon Moore. Eugenia Sed
don, Madeline Fisk, Edwina Bigelow.
Mary AVeeks, Julia Bigelow, Alberta
Martin. Maurine Bailey and Anna
Lewis. Messrs. Willie Lee. VroU T?m--
j rail, Damon Lee, Wilson Raum, Jim
I Rogers, Harry Donaldson, John Jack- :
son, Foster Cole. George Meade, Ben
nie Aguirre, Julius Herman, Alfred
Black, Adolph Buquor, Charlie Jen
kins, Guy Davis and Lillard Davis.
TtfciItl,l?,Si8.teJs wiu S,ve dance
?nyhOcSberf ha" n UW "-
The women of th Ham- .-
fttO E. S. will hold their usal
Sclock" W te aXternn at 3
"hr.aVVork,?r 1,,ay' Kndunu.cc
Isomcx from Good Distention,
Always AHturcd by Stuart's
Men and women must have cfuick wit
and good grit to stand the days, bat-
n!5- wk11 is alwa-s at swords
stomach and a good meal well di
gested puts us in a good, jolly fight
ing mood, the sort that mows down
worK and commands the hearty co
operation of our associates. The man at
tbe head of a business who has a good
stomach has Hohttwi h(m ,.. ..tvi
ng force against competition and the
daily mixuns that hj . ....
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, .11 xacl a wen organized busi
ness is like our digestive system.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets as soon
as taken into th system go right to
wont as assistants to the stomach,
rendering it an immense amount of
help in working out the very complex
processes of digestion, encouraging It
in the performance of its functions, re
lieving it of a portion of its duties
thereby allowing it a temporary re
spite, and also toning up. strengthen
ing, revitalizing its secretory glands,
mucous membranes, absorbing glands
and muscular walls in such a way that
the stomach soon recovers its lost
powers of digestion, motility, assimila
tion and ultimately does its work as
well as ever without outside assist
ance. These powerful little tablets contain
in a concentrated form, every element
necessary to digest all forms of food
whether meats, vegetables, cereals,
eggs, fish, etc.. and they act equallv
well in an acid or an alkaline medium.
If your stomach is ailing, does not
digest as quickly or as thoroughly as
it should, and your entire system n
consequence is suffering from malnu
trition and mal-assimilation. you owe
it to yourself to giie the abused stom
ash assistance to help it out of its
The solution of your stomach-trouble
problem is easy: Go to your druggist
at once and secure a package, then
take one or two aftei each meal or as
i'-inti.. im.li iiuh nnr uniri
tin w.i ru feel All drugg
them. iTict: oo .-.ihs. Adv.
required, then note the differnct In
The Os-Aple ball, one of the most
brilliant affairs of the social season,
will be held in the Toltec club on
Tuesday evening, Oct 22. The ar
rangements are being completed and
the following prominent women of the
city are to act as patronesses to the
Mesdames W. W. Turney, John I.
Dyer, E. Kohl berg. Waters Davis, W.
E. Race. W. H. Surges, A. P.' Coles,
James Vance. Otis Coles, Julius Buckler,
W. L. Gaines, J. F. Coles. J. A. Happer,
Z. T. White. B. M. Worshara, A. H.
Goldstein, Fred Feldman, Winchester
Cooley, J. F. Williams, O. H. Baum. D.
M. Paynes W. D. Wise. A. A. Kline,
The patronesses met Thursday after
noon in the women's parlor at the Hotel
Sheldon with the entertainment com
mittee and the appointments were made
for the different features of the ball.
The members of the Progress club
gave a dance in their club rooms on
Thursday evening. This was the initial
dance of the season by the club. About
30 couples enjoyed the evening, some
choosing cards for their entertainment
and others dancing.
Punch was served during the evening
and a saiad course followed at the
close of the dance.
The El Paso Military institute will
give one of its delightful dances on
baturday evening to the members ana
The Brotherhood of the First Bap
tist church will meet tonight in the
lecture room of the church. This is
the second of the fall meetings of this
body. There will be the routine busi
ness and a musical program arranged
by C. L. Rogers. The main feature of
the evening's entertainment will be an
address by H. B. Durkee, the secretary
of the T. M. C. A. After the address
light refreshments will be served. The
various divisions, under the direction
of J. Redd, will make their reports for
the month. A full attendance of the
body is desired. All men of the con
gregation are invited to share the
pleasure of the occasion with the
Brotherhood of the First Baptist
The women of St. Clement's Guild
will meet at the home of Mrs. W. P.
Stiles. 708 Roosevelt street, on Tuesday
afternoon to sew for the bazaar. They
will meet every Tuesday until bazaar
Thursday afternoon the Bj Paso
School for Girls gave a most delight
ful "Mother's tea." The women of the
board and wives of the directors -were
guests. A demonstration of folk danc
ing was given by members of the
school on the lawn. The dances were
the "German Hopping Dance." the
"Danish Dance of Greeting," the
'Swedish ParonselL" and the French
dance, "I see you dance."
Miss Ruby Stone, the teacher of
physical training, interpreted, by
dances, McDowel's "Wild Rose" and
"Nevin's Gondolier Song." Miss Clyde
Broomeji rendered several songs, ac
companying herself on the piano. Mrs.
BroOmell sang in French and German
selections by Carl Bohm and Liza Leh
man, and also our own compositions,
"Lullaby" and Kipling's "Brushwood
El Pasoans Away
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown left last
evening for Albuquerque. N. M.. to at
tend the Montezuma ball to be given
tonight. They will return on Sunday.
Miss Lucy Werne is visiting her
cousin. Mrs. Charles D. Linaire, in
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Irvin have gone
to Las Cruces, N. M., for a short trip.
TER, HE WINS BRIDE
New York. N. Y.. Oct. 11. Helen Le
v.erque. a nandsome young woman j
iruiu j-ns, nas just arrivea ana win
proceed to Toronto to wed Harold
Saunders, a mining engineer of Cobalt
Ont. who wooed her with the help of
an interpreter. They me: for the first
time while locked in ?n elevator car.
which had in some way stuck fast high
up in the shaft of the Eiffel tower
HKLE. LE CLEItQLE
during a terrible thunderstorm. See
ing that the pretty young Parisienne
Has frightened. Saunders did his best
txt comfort her, although he could not
fl'i ak a word of Fremh. She appreci
ater his efforts, however, and as soon
a thej as they were free from the
elevator and introduced by a mutual
friend. ran Cupid got in his fine work.
Mile i.e Clerque finally consented to
spend the remainder of her life en-
dea' n -,- to teach her lover the intri-
uui-b oi the French language. J
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Of the Southwest
J. E. Kay has a position on the G.
H. as switchman.
A. E. Swibes is now night yardtnas
ter for the G. H.
C R. Richards has a position on the
G. H. as switchman.
A. Robingson, fireman on the Santa
Fe, hah reported fox dnty.
T. H. Binkley. contractor on the G.
H., is laying off for a few trips.
j Jerry Delaney, roundhouse foreman
fwr the T. P., i laying off for a short
C. E. Darnell,
H., is working a
brakeman on the G.
i conductor for a few
W. A. O'Connel. brakeman on the S.
P.. has reported for duty afte ra short
Andy Magee, engineer on the T. P.,
has reported for duty, after a few
days' lay off.
Engineer Petersen) of the G. H., who
is ofX sick, expects to be able to re
George Orr is n$v day wAtehman
at the east gate of the Southwestern
Charley Witherspoon, switchman on
the T. P.. has reported for duty, after
a short layoff.
B. Phillips, formerly a switchman
for the Santa Fe, is now located in
A. W. Harrel. trainmaster for the
Santa Fe at San MarciaL is in El
Paso on business.
Engineer Butteroff, of the South
western, is now -working on switch
engine for a few days.
Martin Beauman is now night callboy
for the T. P., in place of George Clark,
who recently resigned.
Roadmaster McAllister, of the Santa
Fe at Hi neon. N. M., has returned from
a trip to San MarciaL
Victor Anderson, brakeman on the
Santa Fe at San Marcial, is now work-'
ing as 'conductor for a few days.
J. C. McGlethery, agent for the South
western at Newman, has returned home,
after a short visit to El Paso.
Ed Sanby, formerly a fireman on
the G. H. out of Del Rio. now has a.
position as engineer in Mexico. ,
Homer Darr. boilermaker for the T.
P. at Big Springs, has resigned from
the service and is now in El Paso.
L. B. Miner, engineer for the G. HI.
at Del Rio, nas returned home after
visiting in El Paso for a few days.
John Ulrey, engineer for the south
western at Carrizoso. is now on the
local between Carrizozo and Duran.
Conductor Akers and engineer Kel
logg were in charge of the special
which went out over the T. P. Thurs
day. Brakeman Ed McLain, of the Santa
Fe, at Albuquerque, has returned home
after visiting for a few days in El
Charley Knott, engineer on the South
western at Tuotimcari. is now work
ing out of Carrizozo is temporary ser
vice, Dave Shankle. fireman for the Santa
Fe at Winslow, ArfaL, has resigned
from the service and is now in El
H. S. Fairbanks, trainmaster for the
Southwestern at Carrizozo, has re
turned home, after a short virtt to
.C. Webster, engineer for the Katy
out of San Antonio, is in El Paso on
bis way to California to spend his
Ed Shields, engineer for the Southwestern-at
Tucumnu-1, is bow work
ing on passenger between Tucumcari
J. M. Darr. night watchman for the
T. P.. has reported for duty, after being
off for three nights. A. Fletcher re
lieved Mr. Darr.
C. H. Britton. switchman on the G.
H., who has been off for some time
on account of being injured, has re
ported for duty.
Shorty Adams, engineer for the
Southwestern, who has been on pas
senger for a few days, is now back on
the extra board.
"Dusty" Rhodes, conductor on the-' I
Santa Fe .at Las Vegas, now has a
regular passenger run between Las
Vegas and Albuquerque.
Frank Hackett. formerly night yard
master for the Southwestern at Du
ran, is now a brakeman on the Iron
Mountain out of Van Buren, Ark.
Harry Mclntyre. conductor on the
Oregon Short Line in Utah, is in El
Paso on his way to the Isthmus of Pan
ama, where he expects to locate.
L. W. Morris, superintendent of the
Southwestern, has returned to his
headquarters in Tucumcari, after, a
short visit to El Paso on business.
Jim Erps. formerly a carpnt"7 on
the G. H. house gang, is now located
in Las Cruces, N. M., where ho is en
gaged in. the carpenter business.
W. S. Kirby. formerly a watchman
for the Southwestern at Carrizozo, is
now watchman at Douglas, and Walk
er Hyde is switchman at Carrizozo.
L. O. King, engineer for the South
western at Carrizozo, -who has been
on the local for some time, is now
working on through freight again.
Charley Gillespie, engineer fori the
Southwestern, who has been working
out of El Paso for some time, is now
working on te work train at Teco
lote, N. M.
Engineer Protho, of the Southwest
ern, has reported for duty, after a
short layoff. Mr. Protho is a passen
ger engineer between El Paso and Car
rizozo. Max McMurtrle. brakeman on the
Santa Fe. who came in on the chemi
cal special, worked back to San Mar
cial on conductor Bockway's crew on
Mrs. Hallie Stansfield. sister of fire
man E. O. Cobb, of the Santa Fe at Al
buquerque, is in Perry, Okla.. on a
visit to her father. She expects to be
gone about 30 days.
The father and mother of engineer
W. T. Kellogg, who have been visiting
him for a short time, have returned
to their home in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Engineer Kellogg works for the T. P.
Jimmy Gill, passenger fireman on
the Southwestern, is laying off for a
few trips. Mr. Gill worked on the
l Oloudcroft train between Alamogor-
I lo aad Cloudcroft all summer as fire
J. M. Kurn. general superintendent
of the Santa Fe from Raton to El Paso,
is in El Paso. He will leave here this
I evening on a special train, wnicn -will
nc in cnarge oi conuucior ruiiy
George Bailey, formerly a fireman
c n the Santa Fe at Raton, who has
i been spending a few days in El Paso,
i rt maav morning ior .Houston, mis
wife -will remain here for a few days
Louie Huttanus. chief car inspector
for the T. P. in El Paso, has reported
for duty, after being off for three
days. George Bowers, who relieved
him, is now back at work as light re
O. L, Snell who recently took a po
sition with the Mexico North Western
as conductor, has resigned to reenter
the employ of the Santa Fe and left
El Paso Thursday night for San
Frank Deal, conductor on the South
western, is now working on passenger
in place of conductor Galligan. who is
away on his vacation. Mr. Galligan
is expected to return to El Paso in
a few days.
Jake Holmes, formerly a bridge
man on the Santa Fe, who has been in
El Paso for several days, has gone to
Benson. Ariz., to go to -work on the
new extension being built by the South
western into Tucson.
Eugene Gordon. master
for the Southwestern at Tucumcari has
l - eturne.l hnm,. 9fi.r .,, ..i... .
El Faso. Mr. Gordon has recently re-
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yoa ever saw fox
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110 MESA' AVE.
turned from an extended visit to Chi-
cago and Kansas City.
George McNeil has a position on the
Santa Fe as brakeman. Mr. McNeil
formerly worked on the Mexican Cen
tral as conductor out of Mexico Citv.
Train No. 2 left El Paso Thursday
night over the Southwestern with 19
cars, all heavily loaded with passen
gers. Billy Hanna. conductor, and Frank
Keller, engineer, were in charge of
the chemical special which came in
over the Santa Fe. A record run -was
made from Albuquerque to El Paso,
the trip being made In eight hours and
10 minutes, including all stops. The
distance is 364 miles, much of it Tip
Mrs. Herbert Espy is visiting in SI
Paso for a faw .days. Mr. Espy is a
clerk in the purchasing department
of the S. P. in Los Angeles and ex
pects to join his wife here in a few
days, after which they intend to go
to Knnis. Texas, to visit Mr. Espy's
parents for a few -weeks before re
turning to Los Angeles.
To the "Want" Columns of
The Herald. When there's an
unexpected vacancy in the of
fice or factory force. It's a
Herald Want Ad that gives no
tice.' When there's something val
uable lost or a tenant leaves,
a call to Bell Hi. Auto 1115.
tells the news.
El Paso has learned that
Herald "Want" Ads are the best
resort in an emergency.
TO GO ON FISHING TRIP.
Nimrods four -will srioulder their
guns and hike for the hills of New
Mexico Saturday. Those who have pol
ished their guns and put hob nails m
thefr old boots in preparation for the
trip are city sewer commissioner J.
W. Hadlock. Frank Hadlock, deputy
city clerk H. L. Oldham and Arthr
Durham. They expect to be gone
about two weeks and maybe longer, if
the grub holds out.
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Purified by a new
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