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L PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 5, 1912
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deeper and deeper into, the en
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of its best forces.
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Among the many diseases they
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Hammett block, facing Rio
Grande Bank,
Comer Teras and Mesa,
EI Paso. Texas.
A. Binkley, brakeman on the S. P.. is
laying off.
John Freeman, porter on the G. H,
is laying off.
Engineer Keltogg. of the T. P., has
reported for duty. ,
Conductor Jacobs, of the T. P., has
reported for duty.
Ellis Johnson, conductor on the Santa
Fe, is laying off.
Engineer Ueaton, of the G. -IL, has
reported for duty.
L. Nally. switchman for the G. H,
has reported for duty.
C R. Palmer has taken a position as
brakeman on the G. H.
W. P. Innis. passenger conductor on
the G. JL, is laying off.
Switchman Gerald, of the G. S la
laying off for a few days.
Smoky Ryan, switchman on the Santa
Fe. has reported for duty.
W. W. Mahon, passenger brakeman
on the G. IL, is laying off. '
H. A. Dooley. conductor on the S. P
is laying off for a few days.
H. D. Ashley, conductor on the S. P.,
is laying on for a few days.
George Sells, engineer for ths Santa
Fe at Las Vegas, is laying off.
J. H. Ray. passenger conductor on the
S. P.. is laying off for a few trips.
Jack Hughes, brakeman on the T. P.,
has reported for duty, after a short lay
off.
John Young, brakeman on the G. H..
la now working on passenger for a few
trips.
Harry Desmond, conductor on the G.
H is working on passenger for a few
trips.
F. I. Rodgers, brakeman on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has reported for
duty.
R. B. Cook, conductor on the &ata
Fe at San Marcial, has reported for
duty.
W. J. Lee. conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has reported for
duty.
Walter La Fluer. switchman for the
Southwestern at Duran, has reported
for duty.
R. P. Kyle, a dvU engineer for the
Southwestern at Douglas, has reported
for duty.
Frank Oidman, brakeman on the G.
H.. is now working as conductorfor a
few days.
F. B. Cart and B. a Webber, brake
men for the S. P., are laying off for a
few trips.
J. EL Hardy, switchman on the G. H.,
has transferred to road service as
brakeman.
Conductor Sheay, of the T. P.. has
reported for duty, after being off for
several trips.
W. G. Clark, brakeman on the South
western, is working on the S. P. in tem
porary service.
G. H. Fitzpatrick, switchman for the
El Paso smelter, has reported for duty,
after a short lay off.
San Bixler, engineer on the Silver
City passenger of the Santa Fe, hab re
ported for duty.
Charley Folk, engineer on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has reported for duty
after a short layoff.
John Defauso, fireman on the T. P.,
who has been working on passenger, is
now back on freight
Engineer Robey, of the Santa Fe
at San Marcial. has reported for duty,
after a short lay off.
at Tucumcari, has returned home, after
a short visit to El raso.
Ed Godfrey, conductor on the South
western at Tucumcari, has reported for
duty after a short layoff.
Pete) Sly. conductor on tho Santa -Be
at San Marcial, has returned home, af
ter a short visit to Albuquerque.
Conductor Erwin, of the Santa Fe,
has been assigned to a regular car be
tween San Marcial and Deming.
F. J. Brenneman, brakeman on the S.
P., has been assigned to a regular car
between El Paso and Lordsburg.
L. D. Leeper, conductor on the Santa
Fe at Las Vegas, has reported for duty,
after being off for several trips.
B. L, Ash, brakeman on the South
western, has been assigned to a regular
car Between El Paso and Haotalta.
J. H. Roy, switchman on the G. H., is
now working ae brakeman for a few
trips, on account of shortage of men.
Harry Beauehamp, formerly a brake
man on the Missouri Pacific out of
Atchison, Kans.. is visiting in El Paso.
Bud Phillips, the Southwestern en
gineer, who has been sick in Hotel Dieu
tor some time, is reported as improv
ing. M. G. Paden, company doctor for the
Southwestern at Carrizoso, has returned
home after a short business trip to El
Paso.
Pierce Stewart, conductor on the
Santa Fe at Las Vegas, will leave in a
few days to visit his parents at San
Marcial.
s. T Mover, extra oassenger conduc
tor on the G. H., has reported for duty,
after being off for some time on the
sick list.
Mrs. Frank Faust, wife of conductor
Faust, of the Santa Fe, is improving
slowly. Mrs. iaust has been sick for
some time.
Mrs. Robert Gibson, wife of passenger
engineer Gibson, of the Southwestern,
has returned from a pleasant visit to
Tucumcari.
George Cox, formerly a brakeman for
the Santa Fe at Las Vegas, has taken a
position as switchman on the G. EL, at
San Antonio.
B. Jeffries, conductor on the Santa
Fe at Amartllo, Tex., has returned home
after a short visit to friends in Las
Vegas, N. M.
vinnun LezgeL of the Southwestern, l ar v.
who has been working on passenger for f to San
a few trips, is now oaoK n ireigni
service again.
H. Fathergail, formerly a brakeman
on the Santa Fe at Las Vegas, now has
a position as conductor on the Santa
Fe-Belen cutoff.
Larry Lyles, operator for the G. H.
at Marathon, has returned 'from a 16
days' visit to Del Rio. Tex. He was ac
companied by his wife.
I. V. Dowtin and A. Robinson, brake
men on the G. H., are working as con
ductors for a few trips.
Mrs. W. D. Hitchcock, wife of former
round house foreman Hitchcock, at San
Marcial, has joined her husband at their
new home at Los Angeles.
Walter Arnold, formerly a car in
spector for the Santa Fe, who has been
working for several months at the
Pearson-mills, is laying off.
R. J. Woods, engineer on the Santa
Fe at Raton, N. St., Accompanied by his
wife, has returned from a 30 days' visit
to his parents in Decatur, 111.
Fireman Harris, of the T. P., has re
ported for duty, and fireman Hamlin,
who has been relieving him, is now
back on the firemen's extra board.
F. K. Summers, superintendent of the
Rio Grande division of the Santa Fe,
has returned to his headquarters at San
Marcial, from a trip to Albuquerque.
A. C. Fink, fireman on tile S. P. at
Los Angeles, is in El Paso on his way
to Columbus Junction. Iowa, to visit
ibs parents. He expects to be gone
about 30 days.
Miss Mabel Myers, who has been se
riously ill for some time with the ty
phoid fever, is now improving. Her
father is a passenger engineer for the
Santa Fe at Rincon, N. M.
G. L Rodgers, freight brakeman on
the G. H., has been transferred to pas
senger service, and E. W. Gould, vrho
has been on passenger for the past
year, is now back in freight service.
Jack Hart, brakeman on the South
western at Tucumcari, has been trans
ferred to the main line, between Tu
cumcari and Duran, after working for
over a year on the Dawson branch.
A. B. Campbell, brakeman on the
Santa I"e at San Marcial, who has been
visiting relatives in Newark. N. J , is
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Resources y $7,000,000
Officers
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JAKES G. McNARY, Viee Preeideai.
W. L. T0OLEY, Vke Prerideiit.
B. M. HUED, Vke President.
BDGAR W. .TCAYSIR, Gae&ef .
WALTER SL BPTTVBK, Aset. Cashier.
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204 TXXAS STREET. PHONE 677
r a few days, before returning:
CiaL ae is accomDa.hied bv
his wife.
A. Reeves, formerly a fireman on the
Santa Fe, now has a position as en
gineer on the Trinity and Brazos Valley
railrdad. Mr. Reeves also worked for
a short time on the T. P. between EI
Paso'and Toyah, as fireman, after leav
ing the Santa Fe, and is well known in
El Paso.
JIMMY HARE IS
IN THE BALKANS
Jimmy Hare, well known to El Paso
newspaper folk, and one of the unsung
heroes of the battle of Juarez, is in
the Balkans. The daring little Eng
lish photographer was engaged by the
Illustrated London News to photograph
action in the war against Turkey. He
received his release from Collier's, for
which weekly he came here during the
Madero revolution. Hare has seen ac
tion in every war since the Crimean
war, and doubtless has seen more ac
tual fighting, not excepting soldiers,
than any msu. that ever lived. He
never contents himself with posed pic
tures, but always enters the melee
with fearlessness which has made him
noted among army men of many na
tions. The only thing Hbre was ever
known to object to was photographing
from aeroplanes, a feat which he has
done, but which he does not relish.
Arthur A. Kline & Co. offer the fol
lowing discounts:
Sevres ware. Capo di Monte ware, art
and antique goods, old silverware jew
elry, 33 1-3 percent.
Navajo blankets, 25 percent.
Brass goods, 20 percent.
Paintings, 50 percent.
Indian goods, 25 percent.
FAI.SK alarm op fire.
A false alarm of fire was turned in
from the corner of Santa Fe and San
Francisco streets at 7 35 Tuesday
night. The Central, Mesa and Sunset
companies made the run.
Robert James, a prominent druggist
of San Antonio. Tex , and former Mex
ico railroad man, is in 1 Paso on bust
MAKE PLUS FOB
NEW Hlf SCHOOL
Grade of Site to Be Estab
lished; a Bond Issue of
$300,000 to Be Asked.
Paving the way towards a 3300,000
bond issue for the purpose of erecting
the new high school, the school board
has instructed F. E. Sawyer, auditor
and purchasing agent of the schools, to
petition city engineer Herbert C. Nunn
to establish the grade on the new high
'school site in the Alexander addition
and, estimate the yardage necessary to
be removed in order to bring that prop
erty to a level.
The contract for the purchase of the
property which was entered into some
time ago, has been concluded with the
signing and delivering of the-deeds to
the school board. The property com
prises four blocks, 38, 39, 63 and 64, in
that addition. Th$ blocks are sur
rounded y High, Ange, Cliff and North
Virginia streets. ,Mr. Sawyer was dele
gated to petition mayor C. E Kelly and
the other members of the city council
to take the necessary steps in closing
all streets and alleys within the boun
dary lines of the site
The contract for carrying out the
surface of the floor in the Alta Vista
school under the C. M. Toungberg con
tract, which had been condemned by the
architects, and replacing it with a
proper surface, also constructing a ce
ment base throughout the entire first
floor and basement was awarded to N.
E. Carter, the contract price being
JS44.SO In lieu of a bond, in the con
tract it was specified that no payment
was to be made under six months and
then only upon the acceptance of the
work by the school board and the archi
tects The price to be paid is to be
RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO.
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
Organized 1905
Capital and Surplus $360,000. Resources $2,500,000
OUR OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
W. W. Turney. President.
S. T. Turner, Vke President.
W. Cooky, Vice President.
T. M. Wingo, Vice President.
A. Krakauer.
E. M. Bray.
J. . Robertson.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
S'g. N. Schwabe, Assistant Cashier.
H. E Christie, Secretary.
P. L. Atkinson, Assistant-Cashier.
J. H. Pollard.
B. M. Worsbaa.
H. D. Bowman.
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210 Sac Francisco St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
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ZSTABLISHED it 38.
D. W. EseszAsr. E.M., Proprietor,
Aftut for Ore Shlpperx Ausfs tmi
Ckcmicel Analystt. Hints Exaahtst
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Stedarii. P. Q. boxbb.
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ness
1 deducted from the contract price still
due Mr Yotinber? The school board
is to pa for the concrete base.
The contract for the painting' of the
exterior of the Alta Vista school was
let to C I Billmgton for $445. with
the understanding that the contract to
be signed is to provide for the work to
be done according to the original speci
fications and under the direction of the
varcmiecis. Acvuruiiis iu we icims ui.
the contract, no payment is to be made
until the work has been completed and
accepted.
Mr. Sawyer was instructed to notify
the Kl Paso Klectric Railway company
to remove the electric light pole from
the Lamar school site. The pole at the
Alta Vista school has been removed,
following which the school board con
veyed its thanks to that company
through Mr. Sawyer
HARRISON IS BURIBD
IX MOOTBRBr CE3IKTBKY
Monterey. Mexico, Nov. . The body
of Philip S. Harrison, who lost his life
accidentally in an elevator shaft in
the Aguascalientes smelter, was laid
to rest in the Carmen cemetery in this
city, having been brought here by his
brotherinlaw, H. B. S. Randall, of this
city.
Mr. Harrison was the eldest son of
H G. Harrison, of Cerralvo, N. L.. and
lived for many years in Monterey. A
little over a year ago he was married
in San Antonio, Tex., to Miss Jennie
Burton, of that city, and for some time
past has been living in Aguascalientes.
DALHART MAX BUYS
RVXCH XEAR. CORONA, X. M.
Corona. N. M, Nov. 6. Jess Jenkins,
of Dalhart. Tex . has closed a deal for
the S J Grumbles ranch and cattle.
It is one of the biggest deals made in
this part of the country for several
years, amounting to several thousand
dollars. Mr. Jenkins has left for his
home in Dalhart, Tex.,
A light snow fell here, with a sudden
drop in the temperature to as low as 13
degrees
James Gaar. of reming, N. M, was
in town to get the election returns.
Four eight-foot and
showcase- for sale at
More, Little Plaza,
four upright
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STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President- C. If. BASSETT, Vke Preside!.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cashier.
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