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"There Will Never Be Another Land Crop"
'There Will Never Be Another Land Crop'
Has Been Spent During The Past Ten Months in Homes and
j Improvements In -
GOVERNMENT HILL ADDITION and EAS1 EL PASO ADDITION
A T LEAST THREE TIMES AS MUCH AS HA VE BEEN SPENT IN ANY OTHER SUBURB OF EL PASO
Go Out and See Government Hill Today
You owe it to yourself, to your wife and to your bank account to see Government Hill right
now, when your chances for. profitable investment are best. Government Hill, with all its
modern improvements, its splendid car service, its many beautiful residences, is 'the mecca of
those homeseekers and shrewd investors who can see the wonderful strides El Paso is making
in home-building. -
This is your opportunity to put your home in a charming spot where the on-comingxity will in
crease its value four times over inside of two years.
PRICES NOW ARE $150 AND UP ' . V ' ,
TERMS, 10 DOWN, 5 A MONTH'
AUSTIN & MARR
LATTA & HAPPER
304 San Antonio St.
East El Paso Lots on Company Terms
. Here is your opportunity to. secure a superb home site and an exceptional investment at the old
company- prices and on the easiest kind of terms. We have about ninety lots left in the heart
of El Paso's record breaking suburb. They won't last long at these terms and prices, so it's
either you or the other fellow. .Will he get first choice, or will you?
Buying EAST EL PASO LOTS is different from, buying in the ordinary subdivision, for
you know -what has been done here you know the hundreds of thousands of dollars worth
of handsome "homes here. DON'T DELAY; SEE US NOW! .'. ..
PRICES NOW ARE $150 AND UP .;
- : TERMS, 10 DOWN, 5 A MONTH
AUSTIN & MARR
304 San Antonio St.
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G. S. Waid Climbs To the Top, But
Always Remembers the G. H. "Boys"
Assistant General Manager of. the G. H. & S. A. Gives Big, Strong Grip to
Every Man Who Worked for Him in the El Paso Offices.
BIG, not only in statnre bat in the
modest reserve which is ever evi
dent, George S. Waid, assistant
sreneral manager of the Galveston Har
risburg & San Antonio railway, is in
Kl Paso, looking: o-vcr the scenes or bis
t-arly conquests and guarding the In
terests of his road in court.
'Significant of the man was the fact
that he was but a few minutes in town
Monday when be rushed 'to the G. H.
rfice at Stanton street where he used
to rule. There he clasped the hand of
every man who had worked for him.
It wasn't any mollycoddle handshake, it
was the big strong grip, of the big,
strong man. He had gone to that little
office to talk to "the boys." He took
time to thank them for the way they
lemembered him. He didn't care so
much about the beautiful silver set they
had sent him. Silver sets are easily
bought. But there was sentiment back
of that one and nobody appreciated it
more than George S. Waid.
Waid began life in the railroad serv
ice years ago. He was "born in Penn
sylvania, near the town of Meadville.
Then he elected, shortly after birth,
that railroading was the profession for
him He took to it and he stuck to it
He started at the bottom and he has
come out on top.
His first job was as telegraph opera-
To Gus Momaen company, to erect
cottage and material shed. Bast San
Antonio street, block 77, Cotton addi
tion; estimated value, S304A.
To J. W. Hull, to build a brick bung
alow. La Luz street, block 113, East
1 Paso; estimated value. $2000. -
To P. J. Savage, to erect a one story
brick tenement. Hill and Seventh
street; estimated value, J 1000. '
To Luia Carlson, to build a one story
brick residence, 704 North Santa Fe
street; estimated value, $1000.
To J. Schrag, to erect a one story
brick residence, 2005 Canal street; es
timated value, $200.
To A. Kinney, to build a shed, SIS
South Stanton street; estimated cost,
Northwest corner of Gold and Da
kota avenue T. "W. Ward to M. F.
Wayland, part of lots 1 to 3, block S3,
Highland park; consideration. $700;
November 2, 1912. '
El Paso -county, Texas J. W. Allen
to C. B. Thayer, section 24. Texas &
Pacific survey; consideration, 31400;
November 1. 1912.
North side of Grand, between Byron
and Ord streets G. T. Newman to Mrs.
Cora Ganes, lots 9 to 11, block 3S,
Grandview; consideration, $562.50; Oc
tober 12. 1912.
Northeast corner of Ninth and St.
Vrain streets Jay f. Knox and wife
to J. S. Bunting and H. W. Lackland.
lots 19 and 20, block 3L Magoffin ad
dition, consideration, $1000; Novem
ber 1. 1912.
la Paso county, Texas A. S. San
chez and wife to Charles Brown, sec
tions 14, 16, 22. 28. block 3. Texas &
i tor on the second division of the Erie
railroad. That was then known as the
LNew York Pennsylvania & Ohio. He
stuck to that job four years. Then he
I came to Texas. He got a job as a brake
man in 1886 at San Antonio. He kept
1 ?B M,e.',a?K. and ln 190S- on the
Lwafpay of May? he came to El Paso as
nauunuier. ie was a good trainmas
ter for he held that job for only two
years. He didn't quit,' not he; he wasn't
of the quitting kind. Instead he
climbed up another rountt of the ladder
and on 'January 1. 1907, he was ap
pointed assistant snuperintendent.
It required only a few months for
him to make the next step for ln August
1907 he was appointed superintendent
of the El Paso division. He remained
in this city, called it home and liked it
Probably he would have remained here
permanently but the call for a man In
a bigger job was sounded. Waid was
selected. It became necessary that he
move to Houston. Wat 4 went on Octo
ber 1, 1912, as assistant general man
ager of the road.
But George a Waid, assistant general
manager of the G. H. road, is the same
George S. Waid' that was a telegraph
operator back on the Erie road in 1882.
He is just as kind, as cordial, as demo
cratic as he was when he swung his
powerful arms up over the top of a box
New Mexico's Wonderful Underground Dwellings
HOW MEN LIVED BEFORE THEY LEARNED HOW TO COX STRUCT FIFTY -STORT BUILDINGS
SROWXIG THE ENTRANCE TO A. KITV, OR UNDERGROUND COUNCIL C IIAMDBR; RUINS OF TYUOVYI,
LARGE COMMINAL HOI SE AT THE RITO DE LOS FRIJOLES
i Coulter of thr Se.entific American.)
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ized Cresolene stops the paroxysms of
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from Asthma. The air carrying the anti
septic vapor, inspired with every breath,
makes breathing easy; soothes the sore
throat and stops the cough, assuring rest
ful nights. It is invaluable to mothers
vritn young cnimren.
Send us postal for
Try Cresolene Antiseptic
Thieat Tablets for the ir
ritated throat. Tbeyare
simple, effective and anti
septic. Of yoordrngsist
or from us, 10c in stamps.
VAPO CRESOLENE CO.
SEr Id cieP 'MK
mil 43ii?4lir sti
I pacific survey; consideration, J2560:
.November 2, 1912.
Northwest corner of Alamogordo
and Jefferson streets Benancia. Leahv
to Manuel M. Mora, lots 1 to S, block
10, French addition; consideration,'
;500; March 17, 1911.
Northeast corner of Alamogordo and
Jefferson streets Benancia Leahy to
Ventura Lopez, lots 14 to 16, block 23,
French addition; consideration, J 58;
March 17. 191L
North side of Rio Grande, between
Dallas and Golden Hill terjace Jennie
C. Hixson and husband to E. B. Rog
ers, lots 17 to 20, block 79. Franklin
Heights: consideration, $2800; Novem
ber 2, 1912.
East, side of Hadlock place, between
city limits and county road Frank R.
Tobin to Frank Whiting, S. Alonzo
Bright and Adolph Hoffman.lots 27 ami
28. block 4, Tobin-'s Orchard Park ad
dition; consideration, $500; October 28,
On Erie, Washington avenue and
Tremont street Highlands Realty
company to W. T. Young, lots 9 to 32,
block 20, Highland park; consideration,
$2900; October 17, 1912.
Northwest corner of Erie and Cot
ton avenue Highlands Realty com
pany to W. T. Young, lots 1 to 8, block
20, Highland park; consideration, $10;
October 17. 1912.
El Paso county, Texas Arthur .T.
Fullan to Nick Depeder, lots 1 and 2,
block 2. Tobin's Fourth addition; con
sideration, $500; September 12, 1912.
El Paso county, Texas Arthur J.
Fullan to Nick Depeder, lots 3 to 6,
block 2. Tobin's Fourth addition: con
sideration, $850; May 14. 1912.
El Paso county, Texas Arthur J.
Fullan to N. Depeder. lots 7 to 44,
block 8. Tobin's Fourth addition; con
sideration. $28000; April 23, 1912.
Licensed, te Wed.
Jose Losano and Carmen Barrego.
Automobiles Licensed. -.
1183 El Paso Repair shop, 316 South
Stanton street; Pope motorcycle.
To Mrs. Frank R. Kennedy, 1115 Oc
tavia street: October 25.
To Mrs. Marino Ontimero, 1200 South
El Paso street; October 9.
To Mrs. Jesus Valencia, 704 1-2 South
El Paso street; November 3.
To Mrs. Len Reeves. 416 South Flor
ence street; October 30.
To Mrs. Antonio Madrid, 3632 Ala
meda street: October 28.
To Mrs. Rafael Palomar, El Paso:
To Mrs. A. B. Dorman, 902 Upson
avenue: October 31.
To Mrs. R. R. Rokahr, Washington
and Bay streets; October 24.
To Mrs. Juan Moriel. 2924 Pera
street; October IS
To Mrs. Ricardo R. Neveries, Lin
coln park; October 27.
Little Bobbie's Pa. By william ?. sirs.
The Great Bull Mooter.
I MET a grate feller last nite, ced Pa,
he is the bulliest Bull Moose that
you ever seen. He thinks Roosevelt
discovered the North Pole one time
wen he was down south. That's how
much he thinks of our peerless ler r
of the progressives. As a matter of
fack, sed Pa, that man Mister Roose
velt is a grate man. Tnare is sum
thing stem dominant about his per
sonality, sed Pa, that draws men
. . .... ...vnt ., nnaFrf him
Jest then Pa's trend cairn up to the
house & Pa MTtnrH hhn-tfrjga. His.
naim was Maj. Henry Knight, & he
was a grand old veteran I tne civil
war. The wav he talked about Mister
Kusevelt, anybody wud think that
Mister Rusevelt bilt the Seven Won
cirs of the wurld. I ltfie to see a
feller stick up for his friend3, but a
tine old solger like Maj. Knight ought
not to fergit that he was ail thru the
mil war & that he cairn back from
the eml war to boost a man wich
iought -0 minits or so around San
June Hill. After naving gone thru them
terribul veers of the rebelyun it seemed
a shaim" to hear him praising .. man
w ich had shot one lion & one littel
tiger & maybe a Spaniard.
You see, sed Pa's frend to him, it isent
the fack I am a persona? Trend of Mis
ter Roosevelt-so much as it is that I
am strong for the platform on wich he
ii standing on, sed Pa's frend. Mister
What is his platform.? sed Ma
Well, for one thing, sed Pa's frend,
he beleeves in beeing progressive.
,A what does that mean? sed Ma.
What do you mean by a man beeing
I meen that he pro-gresses, sed ir's
frend. I mean that he does not go
back. Pro-gr ess meens to go forward,
sed Pa's frend. Do you gather the drift
of ray meening?
Oh, I suppose so, sed Ma. I am not
much interested in politicks. Hus
band, sed Ma, did you progress far
Annff ilnvn tn iC.v ti hnv mA thar
J tet of furs that you was going to git
Wiom we lmt-wek.-&. kept stalling me
j about. I doant care about progress as
j much as I do about mink wool, sed -iu.
I But I am afrade I have ndt made my
! meering cleer about Theedore Roosf
1 velt& the principals for wich he stands
for, sed Pa's irene. I knov that
.women are not much interested about
politicks, but this man for wich 1 am
noosting is so different that I feel tl.ac
talk about furs is weak & fu-tile. Wen
the fortunes or the nashun is trembling
in the balance, as they was in the dark
davs of the civil war. it talks a strong.
; forceful man like Thedore Kusevelt or
! Abraham Linkun to tell us what to do.
; Yes, yes, I see, sed Ma. But I must
j have them furs, husband. It is gltting
! awful cold.
Why doant you lissen to moar about
Mister Rusevelt. sed Pa. He is a f'-ne
man & he beeleves in womans suf
frage. I doant care about woman suffrage,
sed Ma. I think it is a man's place ta
vote. Ma sed, & to buy furs.
dwellings are found they bear strik
ing resemblances. In Cappadocia. in
Asia Minor and in New Mexico there
are found huge cones composed of a
volcanic rock called tufa, which are
i filled from base to summit with rooms
I and passages, sometimes as many as
,' nine stories in height, and absolutely
alike in appearance, whether tne are
in Asia or in Ameriiau
The various stories are separated by
thick stone floors, which, nevertheless.
have occasionally broken down, and
are connected with tunnel-like holes,
while innumerable windows, irregu
larly pierced through the walls of the
cone, give it from outside a resem
blance to a gigantic beehive or anthill.
The fact that the rooms in all cave
dwellings are generally small used to
be taken as an indication that thf
builders end inhabitants were a race
of pigmies, but we now know from
skeletons and other evidence that thy
w ere of normal stature. They simply
! did the best they could in their day
and generation, being- obliged, like
Robinson Crusoe, to take advantage of
Such opportunities for shelter as na
ture afforded them.
NEW MINISTER PROM MEXICO.
It is reported that Heriberte Barron
is to succeed Manual Calero as minis
ter to the United States from Mexico.
It is said that Calero will run as a
candidate for president against Ma
dera Mr. Barron was at one time a
candidate for president of Mexico
against Diaz. Since Madero has been
president Barron has become promi
nent in Mexico and now it is an
nounced that he will go to Washing
ton as the representative of the Ma-
"We have some bargains In heavy tim
bers. Lader Lumber Co. Adv.
SHOWING THE HOLES WHICH ON CK BORE THE ENDS OV CHDAR
EEtAMS FPU'dlNG RiLCONIEb: V RFHISTORIC CAVK IVIVELLINGS
ON THE PAJARITA PL4.TEVI, NORTHERN NEW MKXJCO.
(By Garrett P. Servian.) , drawing, on the walls of his caves, as
XTOryE generally think of cave I well as in carving outline pictures on
'wij. duu auiue vi men; representa-
SNORING IS NO CRIME.
Snoring is no crime. This was a de
cision rendered by municipal judge
TJhlir in the West Chicago avenue
court. Walter Mozak, 25 years old.
924 North' Wood street, was arrested
last night on a charge of disorderly
conduct. "Your only offence was snor
ing," said the judge, "and I can't fine
you for that"
A dwellings as having been used
by men only in prehistoric
times .tens of thousands or een
scores of thousands of years ago. But,
in fact, there are many cave dwellings
tiont: show us animals which do not at
present live ana have . not for thou-Fanc"s-
c. years lived in Europe. .THus
they prove that whan the care men
dwelt on that continent they had for
companions lions, tigers, reindeer,
that are still inhabited. And there ' cave beii and other creatures which
nave long disappeared irom those
But while the European caves are'
richer than ours in reminders of ths
kind of lite led by our race many ages
ago. they are less extensive and less
t imposing in tne evidences which they
show of the existence of communities
j of mi ii living in populous towns, all
! composed of caverns and bf communal
houses built of adote, containing, .in
some cases, as many as a thousand
Some remai kable specimens of ?uch
habitations are shown in the photo
graphs above. In the first picture wo
see in the foreground, below the huge
cliffs honeycombed with caves, a semi
circular communal house the size of
which mav be judged from the great
number of roofless chambers that re
main. In one corner of the enclosure
Is seen the dark entrance to a sub
terranean council chamber, where the
are others, of immense extent, which
were inhabited but a few centuries
Running around the earth, from
China, through India, Arabia. Asia
Minor, along the shores of the Mediter
ranean sea and through the Canarv
islands and the West Indies to Mexico
and the southwestern part of tho
United States, through Arizona a-.i
New Mexico, is a belt of cave dwellers
that have been, and in a few c.sos
are still places of human habitation.
These were the earliest permanent
homes of men. Some archaeologists
think that the whole art of building in
stone was developed from the exper
ience of our remote forefathers in en
larging and adapting to their uses
the caves in which they had. at first,
taken shelter from the weather and
1 their enemies
There are many remarkable prehis
toric caverns in Europe, some of which
contain wonderful specimens of the
skill of early man in painting and j equivalents in that day of our polit-
LEAVIXB PRKIHSTOnir I DEIt
GROL?D COl.CIL CHAMBER;
COMING OIT "OP A "CERE
MONIAL" CVE AT THE
RITO DE LOS FItlJOLES,
it-al bosses probably held their con
claves wifh their obedlens henchmen.
In the second picture we sec a hill
side filled with innumerable windows
and entrances belonging to caves
wlthirtythe rocky waits. This particu
lar groVp of prehistoric dwellings has
been called the "sun house." The two
pictures were made at a place called
the Rifco de los Frljcles, which might
be translated the Place of the Sacred
Bean-Ceremony, in New Mexico. But
there are many such sites in-New Mex
ico. Arizona and Colorado, which He
along a -part of the worl'1-encircllng
cave belt to which we have already re
The question who were the original
builders of many of these strange
dwellings is one of the puzzles of early
American history. Some of them
formed strong fortifications ..for that
time, being placed under the brows of
projecting cliffs and along, the steep
walls of canjons, where an enemy
could not venture without facing al
most certain destruction.
Other natural caverns were enlarged
or connected by passages, and some
times the entire dwelling was of arti
ficial formation A curious fact is that
In all parts of the world where cave
Fight Is Being Made by Confederate
Veterans en Histories Which tne
Board Has Tentatively Adopted.
Austin, Tex.. Nov. 5. When the text
book board meets Wednesday itwill be
for the purpose of finally closing the
contracts with the book publishing com
panies for the 46 different kinds ot text
books adopted. The majority of the
books adopted had to be revised and
before the board adjourned about two
weeks ago. committees on revision were
appointed to make the necessary changes,
the books having been adopted with the
distini t understanding thut they would
be subject to revision.
It is anticipated that the board will
face a serious problem on the auction
the una I adoption or historic
TO PLEAD FOR CHRISTMAS TREK.
Prepared to protest against the pro
posed enactment of a quarantine on
Christmas trees and other holiday
greenery produced in New England,
state officials of Maine, New Hamp
shire and Massachusetts are in Wash
ington to seek to prove to the depart
ment of agriculture that the forest
products used at Christmas time do not
carry the eggs of the destructive gypsy
and brown tail moths.
Women who bear chlldrea and re
main healthy are those "who prepare
their systems in advance of baby's
coming. Unless the mother aids
nature in its pre-natal work the crisis
fizds her system unequal to the de
mands made upon it, and she Is often
left with weakened health or chronic
ailments. No remedy Is so truly a
help to nature as Mother's Friend,
and no expectant mother should fail
to use it It relieves the pain and
ot the nnal adoption or historic, espe
cially the Afhinis and Trent's Ihstorvi flicnmfnrt pnnovl hv tho armtn n
! of the United States. This bock h.;s ' thn ihram.nfs mol-na nttent on1 !..
q w.., i. ,, j., ,,, cm.. ,-
bcen the cause ot much rritieism bv I
Confederate eter.ins over the state and i
j tic those fibres and mcscles which
has rcceited numerous communication
from prominent Confederate M'teraus
over the state protesting against the
finsl adoption of this book unless it is
materially revised, and these protests
and communications will be laid before
the board by the governor tor disjiosi-tion.
luring the pat two weeks the governor -tare is expanding, prevents numb
ness or limbs, and soothes the inflam
mation of breast glands. The system
being thus prepared by Mother's
Friend cLspe'.s the fear that the crisis
may net be safely met Mother's
rriend acsrres a speedy and complete
j recoveiy for the mother, and she is
j left a healthy woman to enjoy the
rearing of her
Friend is sold at
vTritc for-our free
book for expect
ant mothes' which contains much
valuable information, and many eug-
J gestions of & helpful nature.
1 BIADF1SUD KEGULATOS.CQ., MkaU, G.
JOHN D. TO HE "HELLO BO."
John D. Rockefeller is having a new
telephone system installed in his $1.
000.000 mansion at Pocantico Hills,
near Tarrytown, N. Y , and when it is
ready for operation he will be his own
"hello boy." This system is intercom
munication and has three extensions.
By pressing a button Mr. Rockefeller
can get any room from an other room
in the house and his conversations can
not be overheard by the central office,
because when he talks he automatical
ly cuts off ib outside wocia