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EL PASO HERALD
16 Saturday, November 16, 1912
Is the best place in all the Southwest for you or any one else to invest either for a
home site or as an investment with the CERTAINTY of QUICK FKUM1.
It can't be stemmed or stopped. El Paso is now built almost solid to Government
Hill. Lots are growing dearer every day and we say to you now
Wei m 1 1 h -
Less than a year ago when we predicted this activity in East El Paso and predicted that lots on the Fort Bliss road would sell as high as $600, there were many people, that laughed.
Today there are many lots that can not be touched at that price. Government Hill has all modern improvements. Pure water; electric lights, telephones excellent car service, a paved
boulevard, etc. Ride out tomorrow See Government Hill See the hundreds of new homes being built all through this section. Geta lot now Don't sit around and then next year tell your
friends, "If "-etc., etc. ,,.... ' .: .. -
This is the one real choice, close-in tract, suitable for homesyet truly suburban in character. Almost ideal spot. It is not necessary to go'away out in the country to enjoy nature. Here you
have, it at the end of a fifteen-minute car fide." You'll miss the best by putting off. Don't do it. See this really beautiful tract at once.
COME TO OUR OFFICE AND LET US TAKE YOU OUT AND SHOW YOU THESE BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES. You Will Be Under no Olligathns to Buy.
Prices $150 and Upwards Terms 10 Down; 5 a Month
! Phone 4350
304 San Antonio St.
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"Cheese It," Brussels Sprouts Are
Here; Where's the Twenty Cents?
Navel Oranges From Near the Naval Station and Casaba Melons in Pink Paper
Add Weight to the Grocer's BilL
Spring, Chicken (dressed) -,.3Sc per-lb.-
Sprinr chickens Give) 30c per lb.
Chickens (dressed) 20c per lb.
Chickens (live) . '...26 pr. lb.
Ducks (dressed) . .v. ggc per lb.
Ducks (lire) Sc per lb.
Geese (dressed) . .25c per lb.
Geese (HY).. '....;.. 2c-per lb.
Ranch eggs . .Sear dosen
I7tjc per lb.
:c per lb.
c per lb.
..173c per lb.
X' RUSSELS sprouts, which fas a
"4 market announcement and not a
- European political forecast, are
on the market. 8aid sprouts sell for
-0 cents a pound and are to be eaten
with a bit of cheese, on the side.
New navel oranges, direct from the
.California naval station, are selling
for 30. 40 and 50 cents, according to
fsze and previous condition of servl
' tude. They look like .grapefruit and,
. taste like more. Casaba melons eome
wrapped in pink tissue, and packed in
. excelsior-for-3S cents each,-as-a sub
stitute for the festive cantaloupe.
, Otnerwise 'the markets remain the
same as last week. The
are - i
i ' Frultp.
Casabas 35c each
New navel oranges 30, 40, 60c
Johnathan apples 3 lbs. for 25c
(Green apples... 5c per lb., 8 lbs for 25c
California bellflower, 10c lb., 4 for 25c
California Peaches.. 10c lb., 3 for .25c
(11.25 per box.)
Grape fruit 10c each
limes : 15c per, doz.
Lemons 20c to iOc per dcz.
(Wholesale, SS.50 per box.)
Oranges -. 30c to 50c, per doc
Bananas 26c to 30c p-r dtii.
"Valley pears 10c lb, 3 lbs for 3ffs
California grapes ..10c per lb.
Cranberries . 15 cents straight
Parsnips Sc a lb.
Potatoes 2 l-2c per lb.
(Wholesale, S1.S6 by sack.)
Artichokes ISa eaca
Brussel Sprouts ......20c per Jb.
Parsley 5c per bencb
Green chili 10c per lb., 3 for 25c
Eggplant '. . . 10c per lb.
Bell pepper .'. . 20c per lb.
Cal. Cucumbers, large 6c
Green lima, beans 10c, 3 for 25c
Radishes 2 bunches for 5c
(Wholesale 30c per -doc. hunches.)
Beets. Talley 5c, 3 for 10c
(Wholesale,' 30c per doz. bunches.)
Valley cabbage 5c per lb.
(Wholesale. XUtC ner lb-
Mountain cauliflower. 15c lb., 2 lbs. 25c
Carrots J-fer 6c
(Wholesale. 25c per doz. bunches.)
Celery 10c a stalk, 3 for 25c
Lettuce 2 heads for 15c.
Onions, green 5c bunch, 3 for 10c
(Wholesale, 30c per doz. bunches.)
(Wholesale, 3c per pound.)
Tomatoes ."...10c per lb.
(Wholesale 12.25 per crate.)
Onions, white 6c per lb.
Turnips 5c, 3 bunch ?g l'c
New sweet potatoes ....2 l-2c per lb.
Shell almoads 6c lb.
Shell walnuts......... Sec lb.
Shell pecans ....- 7So lb.
Almonds...... ......26c per lb.
Brazil nuts ..26c per lb.
Black walnuts.. .15c lb.. 2 lbs. far 2So
Chestnuts 25c pc- lb.
Filberts 36 c per lb.
Pecans ..............36c per lb,
Bngliah Walnuts 25c per lb.
Boasted peanuts... 29c lb.
Batter and Bests
Butter, fancy grade 35c to 40c lb.
Eggs, Sunflower 40 per doz.
TP.ff-frs frjh MtlAlii 9Ji nr iIat
Eggs, ranch 0c per doz OKLAHOMVX B4DLY HTOT
Walnut cheese 20c glass
McLaren's Imperial ... .20c to 35c a jar
Pimiento cheese 20c a glass
German breakfast cheese... 5c a cake
Imperial cheese 16 to 3&c each
Holland cream cheese... .40c per lb.
Camembert, 35c: Imported ..60c per can
Cream dairy 30c per lb.
Edam, small 31.16 each
Heufchatel Ue each. 2 for 15c
Pineapple 66c and 70c each
Roquefort 66c per lb.
Swiss imported .rf6c per lb
Limburger .'.... 30c per lb.
Dutch Girl 4c per can
DUUl i;UC(9BC., f., VC IKf ID .
Poultry. . s so ampiilafon became necessary.
ju.kexs (dressed) 28c per lb. ! in- ,us hi ought to Dalhart on a spe
Turkeys, (alive) ii..Jt....,,20o per lb. cial tiain.
Various Cal. fish
Sirloin steak ....20c per lb.
T-bone steak..... 25c per lb.
Round steak 17 l-2c, per lb.
Can steak 12 Ve ner lb.
quotations ! Chuck roast 13c per lb.
J.vaujf iimok ............... .J.4JU JJUr XV.
Bib roast , 15c per It.
Prime rib roast 15c per lb.
Beef livers .' 10c per lb.
Corn beef 12c lb.
Lee 20c per lb
Shoulders 15c per lb.
Chops 25c per lb.
Breast pieces 12 l-3c per lb.
Sparc ribs 17 l-2c lb.
Shoulders ....17 1-2 per lb.
Leg ....20c per lb.
Chops 26c per lb.
Steaks .22 l-2e ner lb.
.Eausage ,, 12 lt?c per lb
Sauer kraut. ..lwc per lb., 2 lbs. for 16c
Home cooked tongue 60c lb.
Home cooked bam ....... ...... .68c lb.
Home cooked vest (Oc lb.
Home cooked pork 60c lb.
Jollied tongue 50c lb.
Sallma sausage. Milwaukee.... 40c lb.
Cevelat sausage, Milwaukee... 40c lb.
Head cheese. Milwaukee 40c lb.
Liver sausage, Milwaukee 4Ge lb.
Ham sausage, Milwaukee 35c lb.
Blood and tonrrue sausage. Mil
waukee ................... ...-.Oc lb
Kosher welner 25c lb.
Kosher Frankfurters 25c lb.
Kosher cooKed corn Beer 40c lb.
Smoked halibut 40c per lb.
Smoked salmon ........46c per lb.
Smoked sturgeon 40c per lb.
Smoked eels 45c per lb.
Smoked white fish 0c per lb.
Smoked bloaters 5c each
Herring mllchers ....Gc each
Anchovies ......S5o per keg
Upon request of valley farmers and
fruit growers. The Herald adds to its
market report the wholesale prices. It
is generally understood 'that these
prices are just 10 percent more than
the produce buyers pay the farmer for
Alfalfa, wholesale $17.00 per ton
Alfalfa, retail $18.00 per ton
Corn, wholesale 31.50 per cwt
Corn, retail, JL60 per cwt.
Texas oats, wholesale 51.86 per cwt.
Texas oats, retail 21.75 per cwt.
Chops, wholesale $1.T5 per cwt.
Chops, retail SI 83 per cwt
Bran, wholesale $1.40 per cwt.
Bran, retail $1.50 per cwt.
Chicken feed, wholesale . . . $2.25 per cwt.
Cmckett feed, retail . .$2.60 per cwt.
BY TRVIV SB.VR DAtHAKf
Dalhart, Texas. Nov. 18. Alvin
Black, 22 years old, son of president
Black, of the state school at Goodwell.
Oklahoma, is in a sanatarium here with
both legs amputated, and his skull frac
tures, and will probably die.
Mr Black and others went to Guymon
to attend a party of young people, and
instead of watinsr for the regular train
back to Goodwell, eaupht a freierht
tram The train bepan slowing up for
uuwuwcii, aiiu v. nvn iacv Bianeu ui
climb down non the boxcar, the mail
ciane struck him on the head, lacerat
ing his. scalp and fracturing his skull.
He was thrown to the ground under
th train, and the wheels mutilated his
U. S. Department ol Agriculture.
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Allan time. Air pressure reduced Jo aa lit ej.
JBOBaes (continuous Haai) put toreuih peiats
Of qcalzirpreMare. IsorasaMS (dotted Jhrel)
PMSthrooxh points of eijn<empeiatare: drawn
only fer zero, freezing, 90, and KXr.
O clear, Q partly cloudy; cloodrt
rain; snow; report missing.
Arrows ny with the wind. Pint Sgnroa. tesper
aWre: second, precipitation Of .01 Inch or more
far past U hours; third, mailman wind Tek
f Bl P"ao. Saturday. Nov: 16.
' W Tt&e' and1 vicinity Rain tonght
or Sunday. , , .'
New ' Mexico Increasing cloudiness,
with Ibesl rain central and, east por
tions tonight or Sunrtay; colder eait
Portion tn,Sht-T ..., ,. ,!.!,, r
west: xexas .uuwu wu.B .
TB DEVOTE WEEK
TO MISSION WO!
Churclies of M Paso to Hold
Series "of Mission '
Home Mission "Week will be observed
lln El Paso next week. Services will
be held each evening at 7:3f ocljek in
some one of the various churChec At
each service short addresses' will be
Jnade by ministers, laymen and women,
and special mulsc will be rendered by
the choir pf the church in which the
service is held. The following are the
places of meeting and the topics to he
Monday Calvary-Houston Square
Baptist church,, "Non-Qaueasiou People
Tuesday Westminster Presbyterian
church. "The Imirigrant?."
AVednesday St. Clement ? Episcopal
church, "Some Great Fields for Mission
Thursday First Christian church,
"Forces in the Spiritual Uplift of the
Friday Trinity Methodist church,
"American 'Social Problems."" "
Sunday First Presbyterian church,
"Unity in Making Our Country God's
Sen ices at Alta Vista.
Rev. Will R,. Howell,, who was re
cently appointed to take charge of the
organization of a Methodist church at
Alta Vista, will preach Sunday after
noon at the Alta Vista Christian church,
At the Tirst Corisnan c-.urch corner
North Oregon and Franklin streets.
tw o blocks noi ib, oi the Sheldon, Sun- i
day will be observed 'as "Dhfclptts
Day," and services will be held as fol
lows: Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., communion at
10:45 a. nu, followed Immediately by the
preaching service. Christian .endeavor
at 6:30 -p. .pi., and preaching at 7:30
p. m.- - -,-..,"-".
In' the morning, Ret. 'Perry J. Rice.
the pastpr. will prsBtth ofi: "The Dis
cll and" the New Brtu3 The ser
mon will have special reference to the
convention recently held at Louisville,
Ky. The evening service will be evan
gelistic. First Presbyterlaa.
.First - Presb'yte'rtan church Corner
.Boulevard and -Stanton,. Re v. C. L. Over
street, pastor; Wt both the morning and
evening services the pastor will speak
on topics in line with the country wide
Home Mission , Week campaign.
Morning worship with sermon at
Sermon "Our Country. God's Coun
Anthem "Dawn of a New Sabbath,
Solo "O Divine Redeemer" (GOunod),
Evening worship with sermon at
Sermon "The Church and the Mas-
. . . - Local Data.
-1 El Paso Readings.
, Today. Ysfdy.
5 a.m. 1p.m.
Barometer (sea level)... '...30.03 20.96
Dry thermometer 51 63
Wet thermometer 45 47
Dew point -.. 35 28
Relative huiaftflfy .'... 49 2
Direction Of 4rm.d.... NE. fe.
Veloclt,6f wnd. .'.'.'. -10
State "df weather 1 cldfrvFCCldy.
RalnfaH last 24 hours..... :
Highest temp, last 24 hours 70 '
Lowest temp, last 12 hours. 49
Height of river this mornng abovo
fixed zero mark, 10.7 feet. No change
In last 24 hours.
Services', wilt be held Sunday. Nov. 17,
as follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a.
m. communion service at 11 a. m.. fol
lewedby preaching by Rev. J. H. Allen.
There will slso.be preaching services in
the evening at '7 30 aclock.
Trinity Methodist church. Boulevard
and Mesa. Rev. C. Wesley Webdell. pas
tor Sunday services:
Sabbath school at 9-30 a. m.
Ep worth league at 6:30 p. m.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30'
Mornintr tneme, "Our Country. God's
Evening. "Procrastination ' Causes
At the morning hour the quartet will
sing. "Soon Will the Last Glad Song
Arise" Vokes). Special by quartet, "We
Will Girdle the Globe With Light."
Evening Anthem, 'When Power Di
Tine" (Shelly). s.
Solo "Again As Evening Shadows
FaU" by (Lynes, Mrs. W. W. Evans.
; XVcstralBsten PJesbytcrlan.
At the WeMnxffMter Presbyterian
churchJiRev. John E. Ahhott will preach
at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. In the
morning he will speak upon "The Debt
That Our Country Owes to God and
How to Pny It." The subject af the
evening seiraon will be: "A Great Life
Question " Sunday school will meet at
Anthem "I am a PllgrJ
Solo "Teach Mto Pri
Mrs. Parvin witte.
Sabbath school at 9:45.
3 p. m.
German Lutheran ZIon church, 1109
San Antonio street Confefealonal serv
ice with communion at lO'oolttck. Regu-1ar-servicw
at 10:30. Sfabject of sermon.
"Jesus Christ, the Almighty Savior "
The Sundav school will meet at 9:30.
Paul G. Birkmann, pastor, 1107 San An
First Congregational cHurch. corner
of Williams and Rio Grande (car along
Boulevard to Williams) Sunday school
at 10 a. m . public worship at 11 a. m.
PreacLer, Rev MUes Hanson. Subject,
"The Growing Unpopularity of Jesus."
Mrs Roberts will be in charee of .the
music Children's hour at 2 p m.t at 9 4r a. m. and Christian Endeaor at
?:30 Kev M Hanson will speak on "The 6.30 p.
Story of Creation as Depicted In the " church ef Sfa tWement.
Austin Park Chrlxtlnn. Church of St. demerit. Montana and
The Austin Park Christian church. Campbell streets, Rev Henrj Easter,
corner 13ist Montr 'ui snd Ceb.ida streets, I roctoi Hours for divine ser ice
onu block from. she. Fort Bliss car line, i .Honlj communion each, gunday at
7.30 a. m. . also on first of month at 11
Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.
Morning prayer with sermon at 11
Evening prayer with sermon at 7:30
Celebrations on saints' and holy days
at II a. m.
Frank Shelby, of the Brotherhood of
St Andrew, will address the members
of the Men's club at the evening serv
ice. v a St. 1-ant's LHthcran.
-St -Paul's Lutheran church' 0eiv4ce6
I held, in public library, enter from, the
west. Sunday school at 10 a. nv, ptaeh
ing at 11 a. m. and 1p.m. Christian En
deavor at 7 p. m. Rev. E. H. Combs, pas
tor. First Methodist.
First Methodist BpiscoptaL eorner
MxsUe and Ochoa Rev. Herman G.
Pasted pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
3L jtwcFveU organizedJB an. departments;
mdrnkig worship at 11 odock. This
will he a memorial- in honor of the late
Mrs; William Cpund. The pastor's sub
ject will be, "The Christian's Assur
ance." Epworth league at 0:45 p. m.
Evening worship at 7.45 odock, ser
mon by the pastor. Subject, "Honoring
God. "" Pxyer meeting Wednesday at
8 p. m. Subject, "Precious Promises."
Highland Park Baptist.
Highland Park Baptist Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m.. morning worshro
at 11 a. m. The oastor. Rev. A. E.
Boyd, will preach on the subject. "Is- J
sues oi tnurcn atemoersnip. unpa
View Sunday school at 3 p. ra r.
Barle. superintendent; B. Y. P. V. at
0:30 p. m.. evening worship at 7:30 p.
m. Subject of sermon, "The Imperial
First Baptist Church.
First Baptist church, corner Vir
ginia and Magoffin avenue. Rev. J. Y.
Williams, D. D pastor. Dr. Williams
has returned from the state convention
at Fort Worth and will preach at both
hours. Subject of morning sermon: "Is
Tour Name In the Book of LlfeT' Eve
ning sermon- "The Crisis of a Soul."
Sunday school at 9-30 a. m.. G. P. Put
nam, superintendent: B. T. P. U. at
6.30. Sunday evening led by Mrs. Hart
field. Subject "Regeneration."
The executive hoard of the El Paso
I association will meet Monday at 10 jl
m. in tne panor oi we nrsi bium
FOREIGN DEMAND IXCREASKS-
FOR IRON AND STBKL PRODUCTS
- New York. N. T . Nov. 16 R. G.
Dun and company's weekly sjfriew of
(trade says ' today : "r
Business - continues to expawd, r.n
ehefrked by the Balkan war With Us
grave European complications, aad its
remarkable development has furnished
new proof that true national prosperity
springs from the soil The domestic
and foreign demands for iron an steej
products is even larger than before,
with all previous records broken. The
railroads are making every effort to
move promptly the tremendous traffic
of the country and at the same time are
making due preparations tor tne re
quirements of the future. There are
signs of preparation for the opening of
the Panama canal.
Convincing evidence of the remarka
ble expansion in iron and steel was
furnished by the increase of over a
million tons In the unfilled orders of
the leading interest last month Crude
stpel piodurtions has reached the max
imum and there Is still a scarcity of
material with premium asked for the
small lots available.
Pittsburg car plants are booked to
the limit of capacity for eight months
ahead and rail contracts this week ag
gregate about lOv.000 tons. whil or
ders for close to 44,000 cars are pend
ing Heavy orders for pig iron ha.-c
been placed and quotations are firm.
TFT AND MEXICO.
As time passes and the acerbities of
the late political contest shall be healed
and forgotten, justice will be done to
William Howard Taft If he had been
governed by personal ambition, if he
had availed himself of the opportunity
to plunge this country into a war with
Mexico, he could probably have secured
reelection From the Los Angeles
HOTELS AND SESORTS
It nm, asA job ressaia cured
fcaew, and yea wHl it yes try HT
ComecJed tit peateet ladaej iraiar
Why set vieft Pavwoed Hoi
Springs fine, since yon trill erssecv
ally go there anyway
Large Modern HctcL Ferfeei CH
-T. a McJraott, "e raywe"
Favweoe". IT. -KL
FOUR MILES FROM TOWN.
An ideal place (or. tubercular patients.
Individual cottages, plenty of fresJi eggs,
milk, cream, home kilkd beef. Par
Silver Cky, N. M.
Corpus Chmti, Texas.
Open all the year. American plan.
Rates $3.50 per day and up. Special
rates by the wek or month. Steam
heat 'in every room. Modern, elegant
and fire proof. Bathing the year
round. Finest beach on Gulf Coast.
Hunting and fishing, also golfing. Ideal
Geo. . Korst, Manager.
THE STLXXIXO I'OET.
Bacon Somebody said there was
something stunning about your wife's
new dress T don't see it
Epbert Of course ou don't. You
don t suppose she'd leavi the price
mark on it, Uo jou. Boston p--'
Mrs. Harriet A. Smart
14 XriiM9 Avenue, MFWYRflK
Corner Thirty-sixth St. "-" ,nn
Hm elegant stagle or deoHe rjgnmn
with or witfceat ! private hath.
Notable for hpmellke atmaafikere.
Reasonable hmbms rates. Write fei
Use Herald WHt Ad.