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EL PASO HERALD
16 Friday, November 15, 1912
Mining and Agriculture Developing
Rapidiy In Southern New Mexico
Kew Railroad Is Being Discussed Oat of Lordsburg, Which Town Is Growing
Very Fast Farmers Settling Thickly in That Section.
By W. E. BARNES, S. P. TRAVELING AGENT.
Mining and agriculture in New
Mexico continue to manifest increased
activity. Values continue to show
steady advance and immigration a
marked increase. New Mexico invest
ments are attracting capital from ul
oer the country. There is no doubt
but that this la in a large manner due
to the erv conservative spirit raani
lested b the New Mexico law makers
towards those imported agencies which
are cooperating to develop the vast re
sources of the state.
Coincident with the development at
Deraing and other points in the Mm
bres vallej, attention is now being di
rected towards tne rich lands of the
Animas valle, and other territory
iributarv to Lordsburg. A petition,
unanimously signed, addressed to the
secretarv of the interior, was forward
ed from Lordsburg this week, request
ing that the lands of the Animas vai
le be survejed as soon as possible, as
manv settlers are coming in. and de
feiie to perfect little to the farms they
aie improMng S
The town of Lordsburg, which is the
center of a rich mining region, shows
new life, its streets are thronged with
new comers, colonists, miners and
prospectors, a new electric light and
power company costing $50,000 has just
been installed, the town now has four
hotels, six department and general
stores, restaurants, jewelers and bar
ber shops, laundries, soda bottling and
manufacturing plant, excellent graded
SYSTEM TO BE MODERN
Material for New Railway Station in
BegiBnlHK to Arrive; Carpenter
Searee in Douglas.
Douglas, Aria., Nov. 15. Four cable
men, whose special duty it will be to
string the cables for the Mountain
States Telephone company's new sys
tem, have arrived in the city. The
work of laying the underground con
duit system will be completed this
week. It is described by electricians
generally as being the best piece of
work of the kind in the west. The
switchboard workers of the company
are engaged in preparing the new ex
change for service. The equipment
men of the company will arrive in
Dougles during the latteT part of the
week to instal hew intsruments in all
parts of the city. It was announced
today, that the new system will be
ready to turn over to the company on
Material for the new El Paso &
Southwestern depot will begin to ar
rive here in a few days. The new spur
track for unloading it has been laid
in the local yards. Since the approval
of the plans a fore of engineers in the
employ of the road has been con
stantly at work staking out the site
of the new depot and yards, to the
north of the present yards. The new
building will be set upon concrete
foundations. Lumber for the forms and
the cement for the concrete will first
arrive. Contractor Sevan has already
engaged a .number of skilled workers
wkewtn be employed upon the new
Douglas contractors state that there
Is a woeful lack of carpenters in the
oitv at present. This, with the lumber
shortage, is causing them considerable
inconvenience and some delay, as
many new buildings are in progress of
WILLCOX MAY SKCXfUK
EL.KCTRIC I'OWBR TLANT
Willcox, Aria.. Nov. 15. The citi
zens of Willcox held a meeting at the
office of J. W. Angle, at which R. E.
Huthsteiner, of qi Paso, who is figur
ing on putting in an electric power
plant set forth his proposition. Will
iam Riggs acted as chairman of the
meeting, and after having the plan out
lined to them, the members signified
their willingness to lend both their
moral and financial support. The
chairman appointed as a committee,
J. W. Angle, L. V. McCourt and H. A.
Morgan, to secure figures on the cost
of installing a plant such as Mr.
Huthsteiner suggests, and as soon as
this data is secured by the committee,
a meeting will be called, and the plans
for getting the proposition under way
Put a porous plaster on the chest and
take a good cough syrup internally if
vou would treat a severe case of sore
lungs properly. Get the dollar sie
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
With each bottle there is a free HKR
TUCK'S RED PAPPER POROUS PLAS
TER for the chest. Sold by Scott White
& Co., three stores.
A Woman Forgives-Can She Forget?
A MAN writes me from Atlantic
City as follows:
"Give me the forgiving woman,
dear madame, a thousand to one!
"The woman who forgives puts her
man on parole. There Is something
fundamental, primeval, deeply prisoned
in the midriff of every man worth
while, who, when forgiven by a wom
an, and put on parole by her, keeps
his parole! Some little inner voice in
forms him that the woman who forgives
him is a bigger human being than he
is, and the moment he realizes that
fact, then he wants her.
"I've b"en thtcugh the mill, good
Madame Black. The other woman was
tne 'demanding woman; and the God
knows I was glad to get back to the
side of the real woman (the wife), who
forgave as she always had forgiven,
and I've played the game fair with
her ever since, and always. wiH."
Well, well, here is some good news
for the wife who forgives. I'm glad
of it, she needs good news, poor wom
an, and lots o: it to make her forget
the dull ache that she will carry in
her heart to the grave.
"He deceived me once I wonder if"
How many times do you suppose, Mr.
Gay Husband, that the wife who for
gave you so "easily" goes over and
oer that wretched formula in her
poor puzzled. shocked, frightened
Ha-" you the least idea that she is
happy now, that wife of yours'
Khe forgave jou, yea, but have you th
faintest scrt of notion that she can
ever forget what you did?
Never speak of if Of course, not
Never lets you think she even faintly
remembers it- She must have some
remnant of pride somewhere, saved
somehow fiom the wreck.
Forgotten, that wound? Never until
A BIG ASSORTMENT. ALL KINDS 'AND SIZES AT MOST AXY PRICE.
Shell on-Payne Arms Co.
public schools, fine churches, automo
bile, livery, garage, a new theater
equipped with modern improvements
During the month of October over
5000 square feet of concrete pavement
was laid in Lordsburg.
Ore shipments have greatly in
creased; over 120 car loads were ship
ped during the month of October. The
Southern Pacific company has just
completed a new ore platform in which
to meet increased demand. The "ii"
mine is increasing its output, and the
Jtonney mine has begun shipping some
excellent grade ore.
At Red Rock, connected by daily
stage with Lordsburg, a rich deposit of
lead ore haa been discovered. A sam
ple shipment has been made to the I
Dans, BmaltAr- olBA a VAndlrflll StTSt-
um of stoned called by the locators J
stone more valuable than onyx for or
namental work in building; it is sus
ceptible of a high polish, having beau
tiful serpentine veins of green and
ranHnff aharios nf other colors runnins?
Chicago capitalists are wrnrai
considering the construction of a rail
road connecting Lordsburg and Red
The residents of Lordsburg were
greatly pleased with the visit of the
El Jaso "keynote" excursion. This ex
cursion did much towards cementing
the commercial union of El Paso with
this important section of New Mexico.
TO BUILD HOME
FOE MIAMI PAPEE
Engineers go Over Proposed Trolley
Retttc Between Miami and Globe
Line Believed AsiHred.
Miami, Ariz., Nov. 15. Mayor John
H. Fitepatrick has completed arrange
ments to build a two story reinforced
concrete building on his lot on Key
stone avenue now occupied by the
Engineers representing M. X Amns
ter. of Boston, Maws., have been going
over the route between here and
Globe, of the new- trolley line, and it
is now a matter of a short time before
active construction work is started.
The power to operate the system will
be obtained from the Roosevelt dam.
TELEPHONE SYSTEM AT
JHRP.V IN XEW HANDS
Marfa, Tex., Nov. 15. The telephone
company has changed hands an as
sistant is to be added to the force
new lines put in and a general change
is to take place.
To Jolly & Ware, to erect a two
storv residence, lots 5 to 7. block 87,
Bassett's addition; estimated value.
To Jolly & Ware, to build a two
story dwelling, lots 11 and 12. block 1,
Mundy heights, estircated value, 5.vM.
To Pringle & Crawford, to ereet a
garage, Kansas and Myrtle avenue; es
timated value, $3,e0.
To Jolly & Ware, to build a one
story building, 409-11 Texas street: es
timated value, $2,500.
To J. E. Morgan, to make repairs.
Texas and Stanton streets: estimated
cost, $250. x
To G. A. Jackson, to build an adar
tion to residence, lots 28 to 30, block
2 J, Bast El Paso; estimated cost. yrso.
South side of Oklahoma, between
Willow and Eucalyptus streets, A. Va
lencia and wife to Jose Hernandez, lot
8, block 28, Bassett's addition; eon
eideration. $450: March 5, 1912.
El Paso county. Texas L. C. Smith
and husband to Mrs. Ara May Harper,
section 24. block 46, public school land;
consideration, ?2,S0; November 12,
El Paso county, Texas, Lola C
Smith and husband to Mrs. Ela D.
Chastain. section 25. block 46. public
school land: consideration, $25W; No
vember 12, 1912.
South side of Mountain, between
Russell and Byron streets Grand
View Realty company to J. V. Hughes
Jintt wire, lots 27 and 28. Dlock 62,
Orand View, Nov. 13, 1912.
Licensed to Wed.
Josh Miller and Grace " Cooper.
Epifanio Morales and Josefia San
chez. Valmore Courchesne and Carmen
Henry Reynolds and Florence ieve.
To Mrs. Jose Marline. 914 Leon
street. November 12.
To Mrs. C. Arandai 317 South Oehoa
street, November 10.
she forgets the day her first baby was
born will she forget the awful hour
when she found you out.
Would you believe her again if you
discovered that she had lived a lie to
you for months, kissed you with an
other man's letter in her bosom, gone
straight from you to him with some
lying excuse to befool you into stupid
acquiescence? You wouldn't forget:
you couldn't. Well, then, what ground
have you for supposing that a woman
can be greater, broader minded, finer
in every way, than you?
She's human, too, you know; she
isn't made of marble; she'll bleed if
you stab her, jnst as you will.
How did y i ever get the idea into
your head that women could forget
so much ersici than you can7
And some pretend to forget because
they want tho money their husbands
give them, or the social position they
gain as the wife of "so and so," the
well known "son'eining or other."
And some pretend to forget because
they ne-.er really cared a rap about
It These are the women who don't
care tuppence for any man living or
anyone above ground but themselves.
So long as thej are well shod, well
housed, v. ell groomed, their husbands
may make a joke of them from one
end of the town to the other it is
nothing to them.
Women forgive, poor things, lots of
them, but they do not forget, and
never can, any more than men can.
So you were "glad to get back to the
real woman, the woman who forgave
as she always has forgiven " And
you've "played the game fair with her
ever since and always will." "Until
next time," good sir, I'm afraid I
would keep thinking if I were the real
woman who had to forgive this time,
as she had so many times before.
And I wonder if the "real woman"
thinks you are a "real man," right
down deep in her heart of hearts.
Observations taken at 8 1. tn.. seveafr-nfth me1
7ldtan time. Air piesaure reduced to sea level.
Isobars (continuous llnss) pass ihroash point
or equal air pressure. Iscthebus (dotted lines)
paas through points of equal temperature; drawn
only for zero, froeilnr, 90, and VXr.
O clear: Q partly cloudy: ekrcdri
rain: snow: report mlsalnjr.
Arrows ny with the wind. First neares. temper
ature: second, precipitation of .01 inch or more
for past 21 hours, third, maximum wind vekw
WORK IS STAETED
ON $3000 BUNGALOW
I. B. Kent IJuyn Bight Fractional
Blocks In Mundy Heights From
Mundy Estate For 9SOO0.
Tne Perrj -Kirkpatrick Realty com
pany is building a $3000 bungalow on
the corner of Piedras and Tularosa
streets in Alta Vista. The house is be
ing built for sale.
P. K. Kern has bought eight frac
tional hlocks in Mudy Heights from
the Mundy estate for $8000 This is
a part cf the tract bejond Hawthorne
place and is included in the district
which 11 Kerr m is preparing to pare
and place in the 'market
AVork Walts Upon Steel.
Work has stopped On the' new Ma
sonic temple because of the failure of
the reinforcing steel to arrive. The
steel supply has been short and all tbe
framework construction, has now been
completed and it will be necessary to I
lay off the men until the steel arrives,
": lIinf-m?n S""A "iL "i a"iT.e-
. m rmm s .&& a . 7 &aA u ujrvvfcu r
reach nere next week in time for tne
Thanksgiving cornerstone laying.
Ills Stomach Troubled (Her.
Mr. Dyspeptic would you not like to
feel that your siomach troubles were
over, that you could eat any kind of
food you desired without injury? That
may seem so unlikely to you that yon
do not even hope for an ending of your
trouble, but permit us to assure you
that it is not altogether impossible. "If
others can be cured permanently and
thousands have been, why not you?
John R. Barker, of Battle Creek, Mich.,
is one of them. He says, "I was trou
bled with heartburn, indigestion, and
liver complaint until I used Chamber
lain's Tablets, then my trouble was
over." Sold by all dealers. Adv.
LEES MISS MILK
The latest spasm in the local crime
world is the boot black milk pilfering.
Ask any apartment dweller out on
West Missouri street
Two charming little imps of the
genus Mex prowl the neighborhood
closely after the milk men on their
evening rounds. Each, as a true "boot
black, carried a wooden box with all
attachments. But instead of shoe
dressing and patent paste on the in
side are reposing divers bottles of
milk, or usually cream, for more cream
than milk can be stowed away.
This- result in frequent cases, is no
cream for the breakfast coffee, or no
cream for the dinner desert So far the
police have not been notified, but it is
secretly hinted in the neighborhood
that something is going to be doing
in eliminating juvenile delinquency by
HIPPODROME SKATIXG RI.VK.
At the Hippodrome skating rink skat
ing and instruction is free to women
every morning from 10 to 12; also there
is a special matinee each afternoon
from 2:30 to 5-30 for the fair sdx. Ad
mission and skates cost 25c. Adv.
AT THE CKAIVTOnD.
"The Man on the Box" Is a big suc
cess the lines are witty and bright,
the speeial scenic effects are beauti
ful and last but not least Mr. Taylor
and his able company combine it all
to an artistic nicety.
There will be performances of
this piece Friday night and Saturday
matinee and night
Sunday night Mr. Taylor will play
"My Father's Son." Ad-.
AT THE GKECIAX.
Tou are doubtless already a patron
of the "Grecian," the theater beau
tiful, the resort for the many inter
ested citizens of El Paso who enjoy
high class moving picture entertain
ment Those who once go to the
'Grecian can distinguish the difference
in good and mediocre along this line.
They can realize what a pleasant time
is spent at this theater, surrounded
on all sides by artistic decorations of
interior work, plenty of room and an
orchestra to entertain between scenes.
The Greclafi has many features in its
service not rendered elsewhere. The
program is of the highest order, and
changed each night Bverytning in
comfort and pleasure is given, and you
should visit it each time you wish di
version of this kind. Adv.
I.VT THE BL PASO.
"The Quaker Girl," which Henry B.
Harris is -sending to the El Paso
theater is conceded to be the bright
est, breeziest cleanest and at the i
same time the most enjoyable musical
play that has been presented in this
country for many seasons. Its attrac
tion lies in its happy combination of
a romantically interesting story told
in a melodic score and 20 wonderful
songs in the bevy of beautiful young
girls who comprise the chorus and
whe can sinr and dance like nymphs
and fairies end in the catchy, lilting
quality of the lyrics. It is essentially
Frenchy since its tvn big acts are j
laid in ParK and there is not the least
cuggest'Oii of tn crude or vulgar iij
its makeup. It played for two years
in London, oi e in Paris and all last
year at the Park theater, New York,
with record breaking success. Adv.
GO BAST CLUB CELEBRATES.
The Go Easy club celebrated at the i
which was presented to the club by the
Os-Aple Jubilee committee was formal
ly accepted at the smoker and a pro
gram of home talent entertainment
ETTOR TRIAL AGAIX DELATED.
Salem, Mass., Nov. 3. Owing to the
continued illness of -W. Scott Peters,
counsel for Arturo and Oiovannitti, the
Kttbr. Caruso Gioannitti trial for the
Anna Lopizzo murder, was again de-j
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El Paso and vicinity Fair tonight
aneMe1f&-Fair tonight and-Satur-day?
not much change taw5
Vest Tei.as Fair tonight and-Bator-day
PEEEZ FINED $100;
COMPANIONS GET $25
All Were Chnrscd tA Ith Canning n Dis
turbance and Threatening Police
man Leary Thursilny.
"We can't have a Mexican revolution
here in El Paso." was the remark of
judge Adrian Pool, of the corporation
court, Thursday afternoon, as he
marked down a fine of $100 opposite
I the name of Estean Pares, and a fine
Ot -o opposite me names ui ma " j
companions who -were arrested with ,
-s. .. L. ii 1-: l
Patrolman Leary testified that he
was called by John Connor, foreman of
the grade gang, working in tbe west
end of the depot yards, Thursday at
noon, to arrest Perez who. it was
cliimed. was attempting to get the
other men to go on a strike. Lear
stated at the trial that when he went
to arrest Perez, his companions came
nmnine at nua with drawn snoveis,
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then nhoned Die police station for as
sistance. and mounted policemen Iva
Fmlav and Ira AVare went to the scene.
By that thne tbe Mexicans had left the
ITniin station and were gathered at the
Stanton street depot Finjay and Ware
rounded them up and placed them in the
natrol- watron without any trouble
Connor testified that the disturbance ,
aros when he got alter Perez for lean
ing on his shovel and not working.
AA'hen Perez was discharged the fore- i
man said tbat he demanded to be paid I
the office and get his money. That did
not satisfy hint the foreman said, and
Perez tried to get the other men to stop
work. The fine of Pedro Gonzales, who
was arrested with the others, was re
mitted and he was discharged, because
it was not shown that he had any con
nection with the disturbance.
Friday morning the city chain gang
had 20 members, and J H. Key was
unit alone- to heln natrolman Caplioger,
1 who now has charge of the gang, to
, t l VS TirtlllAn. Ctnkkl..
Keep mem in jii- mmm uvu
f ield. who is the regular man in charge .
of the gang, nas leit on nis vaca-uou
with the prisoners who were sent fron
here to the state penitentiary at Hunts
ville. Tex. v
SHOTS AEE FIEED,
Following a dispute, which was al
leged to have, occurred in a saloon on
Utah street Thursday night at 10
oclock. Manuel Vidal stated Friday
morning that when he emerged from
the door of the saloon, Ralph Varela
fired at him twice. A'idal asserted
and was fighting with him when they I
both were arrested by tne ponce, vi
dal was not struck by the bullets.
A comnlaint charging A'arela with
carrying a pistol was filed Friday j
morning in the county court. vioai
was charged at the police station witn
having made an assault Two weeks
ago Vidal was brought up at the po
lice station on a charge of having en
gaged in a fight with a brother of
Varela's. That circumstance. he
stated, mlpht have had something to
do with the fight which occurred
ROCHE INSTALLED AS CHIEF
CLERK TO AUDITOR BAUXUM.
R. E. Roche has been installed as
Roy D. Barnum's chief clerk in the
county auditor's office. J. B. Larra
zolo sr., is officiating as clerk in dis
trict clerk J A. Escajeda's office.
is richer ihaB butter
Cotiolene is not for table
use, but it is the best cooking
fat for all shortening and fry
ing. If you are using butter
in your jatchen you are pay
ing at least twice as much as
necessary to secure the same
Another point of economy
about Cottolene use one
third less than you would of
butter or lard.
Cottolene is a clean, pure
product; and makes whole
some, neaitniui, cugesaoie
it is a vegeta
ble and not an
Cotioleac is never
sold in bulk al
ways in air-tight
tin pails, which pro
tect it from dirt;
dust and odors. It
is always uniform
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Local Data. '
El Paso Readings.
S a. m. S p. m.
Barometer (sea level) S0.0 30 . 06
AVet thermometer ...s.-v
Direction of wind ..........
Velocity of wind j
State of weather pt cldy clear
Rainfall last 24 hours o
Highest temp, last 24 houas.- 65
Lowest temp, last 12 hours. 39
Height of river this morning abote
fixed zero mark. 10.7 feet Rise in last
2i hours. 0.1 foot
FABENS TO HAVE
20 SOOM HOTEL
Fabens is putting on some city airs
since a new store was built in the
valley town. Now it is a 20 room ho
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1 - 1 (Ia T T !. Jt
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The store is to be leased as soon as it
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