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13 A SO TO?.!?. AT.n
Saturday, January 4, 1913
IS IUDE PASTOR
it aim mi
Rev. J. H. Allen Called to
Christian Church; Meth
odist Church in Tent.
The Austin Park Christian church,
which has been conducted as a mis
sion of the First Christian church, since
ts organization in February, is to
have a regular pastor located on 'the
Ilev J. H. Allen, recently from Se
djilia. Mo., has ben called and will
begin his work as pastor next Sunday.
Ti.t- church, which as yet is not in
dependently organized, maintains a
Sunday school and in every way gives
promise of growth and usefulness. The
new pastor is a nun of experience and
recognized ability. He has a family.
t insisting of a wife and two grown
daughters, and a son. who are all
f'h.istian workei-R They reside at
present at 1200 Magoffin avenue.
Services Sunday at the Austin Park
chuich will be communion and preach
ing service, beginning at 10:45 a. m.,
and preaching service in the evening.
beginning at 7:45; Bible school at 9:30
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sermon, "The deeper currents of life."
Music under the charge of Mrs. Rob
erts; 2 p. m., children's hour.
Alta Vinta Methndint.
Alta Vista M. E. church, south. Rev.
Will H. Howell -will preach Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. at the large
w .? r'hrflM.hrT.i tent which has been erected at the cor
Vt the First Christian church Sunday' - , t. , t-,
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morning, the pastor. Kev. Perry
Kicc, will preach the first of a srie
cf sermons on "What We Are Here
For " The sermon Sunday morning
will deal with Christian doctrines, and
each sermon of the series will deal
with some branch of Christian work.
The object of Mr. Rice is to set forth
'he mission of a modern church in a
growing city like El Paso.
immediately after the communion ser- ! ire,cSL?: ' ,:15 p" -
ty.fi vhiph ataptc at lll'A 9 nf fAJtrfX - v..--"-. ,
Stwca nor irisii iuk ill aiix t-iic; icuk
will be comfortable. A Methodist Sun
day school will also be organized at
the tent Sunday morning at 9.45.
St. I'auI'H Lutheran.
St. Paul's Lutheran church services
held in Public library; enter from
west. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; graded
lesson helps; New Year's sermon at 11
a. m. by the pastor; baptism of chil-
about 25 minutes.
Other sermons of the series will be
delivered as follows:
Sunday morning. January 12, "What
we are here for as regards Christain
e lines "
Sunday morning. January 19, "What
we are here for as regards social con
ditions." Sunday morning, January 21, "What
we are here for in our relation to oth
Sunday school at 9:S0 a. m.; Chris
tian Endeavor service at 6:3 p. m.;
preaching at 7:30 p. m. In the evening
the sermon will be upon the theme:
"Things that are in the saddle."
Trinity Methodist church. Boulevard
First Methodist Episcopal, corner
Myrtle and Ochoa. Rev. Herman G. Por-
i ter. pastor. Sunday school. 9:45 a. m..
Miss Jessie King. superintendent;
morning worship. 11 oclock: anthem
by the choir. "Blessed by the Lord
God." by T. D. Williams; sermon by
, the pastor: Epworth League. 6:45 p. m.,
O. J. Thomas, president; evening wor-
I ship. 7:30 oclock; anthem by the choir,
i "Seek ye the Lord." by Ira B. Wilson;
j subject o the pastor's sermon. "Taking
an Inventory;" prayer meeting Wed
nesday, S p. m.
Gait Kl Paso Presbyterian.
East El Paso Presbyterian church,
corner Poplar and Texas streets. Rev.
Kenneth Brown, pastor. Sunday school
an,WeWeSS!; , : "j, -ming service at 11
oclock: sermon by
"Praise ye," "Atilla" (Verdi), by Schu
bert trio; night serv.ee at 7:30 p. m.
Sermon by the pastor; music, "Holy
Citv" suntr by Emlrio de Gorgosa: il-
ni? tho nafitor ' lustrated by beautiful colored lantern
"hen we meet slides: Junion Endeavor scciety mct-
Fii-xt ltaptlt Church.
First Baptist church. Rev. J. F. Wil
liams. D. D.. pastor, corner Magoffin
and Virginia. Take a Park or Myrtle
avenue car to Virginia and come one
square north. Subject of the morning
sermon. "The Great Cloud of Wit
nesses." The ordinance of the Lord's
supper will be administered at the
close of the morning sermon. Subject
of the evening sermon. "Christ Our Sin
Tioaror '" Suniinv snhoot. 9:20. Prof. G.
series of Sermons on ' P. Putnam, superintendent; BY. P U
k- t- r-rnoixlmaite i Jw ..fin tin- i Sunday, b.av p. m.. leauer, jii. auuu
ued at the Sunday evening services ; Hartfield; subject. "The Young Chrs-fnr-
nme weeks. The subiect of this ' tian and Prayer. The Aid and Mis
frtrodTcto teraon will te. "Whal ! sjonary will meet in the church parlor
purpose does the old law serve in the (Tuesday afternoon at 3 ocIock. The
Christian dispensation?'' Sunday school , annui5u.Vf," ?"u i!Sp w.r.0T.:
-..-;n v.,-. hAiri Q-i o -m Jiinfnr Tfln- memuers will trc
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BVHIIIIII' :4 1 i 1U 11
TIE GUI DOUBT
Is Convicted on a Charge of
Vagrancy Many Wit
tor. Sunday services will be: Sunday
school, 9:30 a. m.: Epworth League,
6.30 p. m.; preaching, 10:45 a. m. and
7.30 p. m. At the morning hour the
sacrament of the Lord's supper will be
celebrated. In the even
will nreach. Tonic "When
conditions we shall see the salvation
of the Lord." Special music in keeping
with the spirit of the New Year.
At the Westminster Presbyterian
church Sunday the sacrament of the
Lord's supper will be observed at the
11 a. m. service. Rev. John E. Abbott,
the pastor, will deliver a short sacra
mental address on "The Christian's
Heartburn." New members ill be
DublicH received at this service. At the
evening service at 7:30 p. m. the pas
tor will begin a
and Senior En
deavor at 3:30 p. m.,
Ueavor at 6:30 -p. m. ,
First Presbyterian church, corner
Boulevard and Stanton, Rev. Chas. L.
Overstreet, pastor. Morning worship
and communion, 10:55; reception of new
desiretlr" suntr br Mrs. Thomas.
r?.voninr venrahin with sermon. 7:30
rmnn TZa-ar Y7- Motto " Romans i Boy
12 11. '"Not slothful in business, ftr- intendent
them. "Blessed is He who cometh." oclock. subject. "Redeeming the Time.'
Gounod; solo. 'Almost Persuaded." sung i G? le,w !"adajwr m
. . .,.. .-. j i i i..ic cz-arxA Maw Siinrfav school. 3 P. m.
Py-"7- '""?:- "nS UWI " "" .; TP.1LJ n. m.: Senior B. Y.
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By a verdict of the jury returned in
five minutes after the case was given
to it. M. Morris, alias Morris Tera
shewskj, on trial in the corporation
court Friday afternoon on a charge of
vagrancy, was found guilty and as
sessed as a punishme it a $20i fine.
Because In its verdict the jury neg- .
lected to specify the amount of the
line, writing insieaa tnai me extreme
penalty was recommended. It was sent
back by judge Adrian Pool, of the
court, for the second time. The defend
ant gave notice of appeal. A jury
Thursday was unalle to agree.
Rothmnn Gives More Evidence.
Additional testimony bearing on the !
case was introduced at the trial Fri- '
day afternoon by Joseph Rothman, a
special police officer, who swore that
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the Davis woman, his wife, who occu
pies a room in the restricted district.
the nastor- music i was nraKing gooa money, ana mat ,
Vem hvrhS SOrae of " misht be needed for law
yers, ana tnat lawyers cost money.
The witness produced a memoranda
which he stated contained figures
taken from the bank book of the de
fendant and showed that a total sum
of S930 had been deposited in a local
bank from September 16. to November
1. The first deposit, the witness tes
tified, was made on September 16 and
was for $400. The sum of $235 had
been deposited in October, he said, to
gether with smaller amounts at dif
"1 first met the defendant at Alex
andria, Egypt," Rothman testified,
"where he was engaged in the same
business as he is here, keeping a wom
an of prostitution."
Rothman testified that he had let
ters from president Taft showing that
he was a special interpreter for the
government in the Philippine islands.
Later he said he went to Panama as an
official In the department of justice.
His duties, he said, consisted of look
ing after violations of the naturali
zation laws and the white slave traffic
act. When he came to El Paso, he
said, he was recommended to Mexican
consul C E. Llorente by Mr. Thomp
son, of the department of justice. He
was employed by the Mexican consul,
he stated. Prior to that time and dur
ing the month of July last, the wit
ness said that he was employed by
for the evening. I ex sommerrelt. He said that he
Highland Park Baptist. 1 did not know Abe Mciina. When asked
Wic-hland Park Bantist church, A. E. t as 10 nis nationaim in said fie was a
.yd., pastor. P. H. .Sanderson, super- Jew .but not a umi Jew.
nr htmaav school ouiiu.vv .. . --.e, u.?..v? wiu. . mc
Thq time for clearing out Winter Stocks in a
decisive manner has arrived and here are
many of the best opportunities of the season.
McCall Pattern No. 5066
Price, 15 cent
$18.00 Tailored Suits $10.98
Women's Tailored Suits, only one or two of a kind, but
all colors represented; new modes and rf 1 g QO
values to $18.00. Monday PJLl.l7Q
$15.00 Women's Coats $8.49
Big assortment, mixtures, caracul and other fashionable
materials; values to $18.00. $!Q AQk
$17.50 Party Dresses $10.95
Fine chiffon mesealine, charmeuse trimmed with shadow
lace and rhinestones; values to 18.00. (t S r qp
Children's School Dresses
Gingham, percale, madras and wool materials; new lot
just in, nicely made and trimmed. a
Sizes 1 to 6, worth $1.00, for fl:S?C
Sizes S to 14 worth $1.25, for 69c
1.75 for 98c $2.50 for $1.49 $3.00 . for 1.98.
See AVindow Display.
the lecture room
of the chureh. A social time will fol
low the roll call. The Brotherhood will
meet Friday evening. January 10, in
the ecture room. The subject will be:
"The Divorce Evil." There will be spe
cial Tniisifv and litrht refreshments
II Ul ucn i -. - ; i. .nntn I
morning anthem, "Rock of served alter me aiscusiuu m i"c .v ,
Buck; solo. As tne neart
February Now in.
After Stock Taking Sale
Silks and Dress Goods
After Stock Taking Sate Knit Underwear
and Outing Flannel Garments
42 Inch Crepe de Chine--All pure
silk, shades of white, black, cream,
red. bluel rose, lavender and maize;
worth $1K0. Sale
42 Inch English "Whipcord Colors
of tan, browns, black and navy;
worth $1.25. Sale -price
36 Inch Panama, Serge or Batiste
Black and all the fashionable colors;
worth to 65c Sale
20 Inch Silk Messaline Black, white
and colors; worth to 65c AE.
Sale price ; TfiJC
Women's Outing Flannel
Worth 65c Sale
Worth $1.25. Sale QO
Children's Outing Flannel Gowns
Worth 65c Sale AQr
price TTt v
Women's or Misses' Fleece Lined
Union Suits or Separate Garments
Worth 35c Sale OKr
price ;. 3C
1 lot Children's Outing Flannel Gowns
Slightly soiled; worth 50c e j"
Sale price 4&3C
Women's Union Suits Cream or nat
ural color; worth 65c y f
Sale priee .....TTtC
1 lot Misses' and Children's Vests or
Pants Odd lots; worth 75c QQ
Sale priee OtC
Women's Biack Wool Hose Heavy
and fine; worth 35c 5C
Sale price ....A(OC
Christian Science church, corner
Stanton and Montana streets, Mary B.
Gleason. first reader. Services 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Wednesday evening testi
monial meeting at S p. m. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m.
First Congrea-llonal church, corner
of Williams and Eio Grande, services
Sunday will be: 10 a. m., Bible class
discussion on the synoptic gospels; 10
a. m.. Sunday school: 11 a. m. public
"Worship, Bible address on "Amos,"
U. 6:30 d. m.: evening service.
m, evangelistic service.
SUFFRAOET IS CANDIDATE
FOIt PRESIDENCY OF FRANCE
Paris, France, Jan. 4. Mile. Marie
Denizard, of Amiens, a well known suf
fraget. announces herself as a candi
date for the presidency of the repub-
Mlle. Denizard says she has no Illu
sions and knows she will not be chosen
to succeed M. Fallieres, but she wishes
to see what effect a woman's candi
dacy will produce.
business, rtr- e ' """ "VUX. -w Ti ' witness as a foreigner. Rothman rZ
An- SCHOOL o.w i- J"-. ...& ""-- i nlled: "T .im a hoftSr nitw thon n
Deing one by choice." He said that he
came to the United States when he was
five years of age, and took out his
naturalization papers when he could.
A cw x ltneKs In Heard.
Testimony that was offered at the
trial Thursday afternoon showing that
the defendant and the Davis woman
had lived together at different places,
was again introduced Friday.
Walter D. Fisher, a new witness.
who stated that he was an attache of
, the bath house. 406 Xorth Oregon
street, testified that he had seen the
defendant and the Davis woman come
to that place on two occasions prior
to their arrest there. He said they
took baths together and he waited on
Taking Sale in
Eugs and Art Squares
3x3 Union Art Squares ($ O QO
Worth 5.00. Sale price &0UO
3x4 Union Aft Squares $j A AQ
Worth $6.00. Sale price spfr.JO
4x4 Union Art Squares 6? C QO
Worth $7.50. Sale price P370
3x3 1-2 Svlvan Rugs Something
9x12 Axminster Rugs Chenille fin
ish; worth $35.00. 0y ff
Sale price V I .UU
9x12 Axminster Rugs With lancy
border; worth 24.00. (hiQ rf
Sale priee P LU JJ
9xi2 Brussels Rugs Handsome do
signs; worth 15.00. J1 -S QP
Sale priee ....'. Pl 1 &&
9x12 Brussels Rugs (f - A Qp
Worth $1S. Sale price Jir.270
9x12 Axminster Rugs Worth $27.00.
36x54 Brussels Rugs
Worth $1.50. Sale d-fl - Q
OUR BASEMENT STORE!
Worth $2.50: Sale
1 lot Fiber Rugs 27x54;
worth 75c. Sale price
25c Table 'Oil Cktth
10c Outing Flannel Light
or dark colors. Monday. .
Hope Bleached Domestic
Limit 10 yards.
15e Women's Fish Net Shop
ping Bags Monday
Men's or Women's Carpet
Slippers Monday, a pair. .
25c 10 Quart Enamel Dish
Blankets and Comforts
12-4 Whita" Cotton Blankets With
fancy borders; worth
2.25 pair. Sale price.
Extra Heavy Bed Comforts
Worth 1.00. Sale price..
Silkaline Covered Bed
Feather Bed Pillows Sanitary, odor
less; worth $1.00. Sale ffTP
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Worth $1.50. Sale (J 1 1 Q Feather Bed Pillows Fine quality;
price 2 JL JL c worth $1J0. Sale q q
Sheets and Pillow Cases
72x90 Bed Sheets Ready to qq
use worth 50c Sale price.. UtC
Large Size Silkaline Covered Com
fortsWorth $2.25. d- qq
Sale price J1.0l7
Fine Satine Comforts Plain center,
faney borders; worth &0 COk
$3.25. Sale price tP.Dt?
72x90 Pepperell Bed Sheets-
Worth 75c Sale nriee ODC
French Satine Comforts Reversible, 8Lx90 Fruit of the Loom Bed Sheets
fine white cotton filled; Jo QQ Worth 89c. Sale rE
worth $4.50. Sale price. vO .02 price ; OOC
Beddim? 9090 PePPrell Bed SheVt s fj p;
)fpu r "S x- , - Worth 85e- Ste Pri DC
4x6 Cotton Mattress Fancy ticking, 42x36 Pillow Cases Ready for use-
weight 40 lbs.; worth (jj QO worth 12 l-2c Sale 1 r '
$7.50. Sale price tDO.JfO price 1QC
4x6 Cottoa Mattress Weight 35 42x34 "Hotel Special" Pillow Slips
lua.; worm u.iiu. H?TJ n(? JCJftra neavy; wortn iic
Full Size Heavy Gray Cotton Blan- 2x6 Cot Mattress Weight 12 lbs.; Large Siae Unbleached Honev Comb
kets Worth $10. (f -9 -Q worth $3.00. Sale (JjO OC Towels Worth 10c rj
Sale price lilt price i$ioiJ Sale price C
12-4 Fancy Plaid Blankets north Feather Bed Pillows iancy ticking; Large Size Huck Ifeweb With fancy
$z.ey r.. ...:.:..., 4yc p.:r. .";.. 7c
First shipment of New
Spring Hats just in will
be on display Monday
-HOME OF LOW PRICES-
SSf yLxU ' fe, y exarmnation of the eyes is thorough lj
Il''l & an aCQUrate y a method evolved from g
HWb- k 21 years experience, including clinical
O Ji "nw. Jp stucy at Buffalo Eye Infirmary.
x- I) N-y tart le ew ear goo gasses-
I On cross-examination, the witness
was unable to give the names of any
uiuers who naa laKen oatns on tne
same day that he said he saw the de
fendant and his wife there.
Tlie Woman Testifies.
Jennie Davis testified that she and
the defendant came to El Paso to
gether about four years ago. She tes
tified that she left her husband at Chi
cago because he was not making money i
iiHtfnfflBr iiiMJli'Hiin'lSriiiii m , r
"Women's New Spring
Eats just arrived will
be on display Monday
6 & 18 E. Overland 5tj
ber the grounds on which the divorce
was based. I have had 200 or 300 di
vorce cases In El Paso'."
URGES COURT TO SUSTAIN
"WHITE SLAVE-' TRAFFIC ACT
Washington. D. a. Jan. i. On the
VOTE TO KEFUND
$70 TO MAYOR KEIiY
; cago oecause ne was not making money i .. .. . .. , . , " t
like she wanted him to. She said she theory that the federal government has
J was at Dallas and Houston, and the as much power to protect peoDle as It
O other emollients
do so much for
pimples, blackheads, red,
rough skins, itching, scaly
scalps, dry, thin and falling
hair, chapped hands and
shapeless nails as do
has to protect cattle, the government,
in a brief, asked the supreme court to
sustain the "white slave" traffic act
' as constitutional.
' Assistant attorney general Harr
quoted the decision of the supreme
court in upholding the constitutionality
of the law against the transportation in
I interstate commerce of diseased cattle.
.... " "- """ aea .air. iiarr,
that congress, if it chnnn tn n
cannot protect the people of the several
states against the introduction of
women and girls for purposes of de
bauchery that the law affords greater
security to cattle than it does to hu
and Cuticura Ointment.
They do even more for
skin - tortured and disfig
ured infants and children.
Besides, they satisfy in pu
rity, delicacy and fragrance
the most discriminating.
Although sold everywhere, yon need not bur them until you try them.
LIBERAL SAMPLES with 32-page Skin Book Tree. Addrcss.Pbtter
Drag & Chem. Corp.. Dept. 61. Boston. London. Park. Sydney. Cal
cutta. Bombay, Toiao. Bong Kong or Caoo Town.
j aerenuanc was at both places. At the
j different places they stopped in El
Paso, she said, the defendant paid the
rent because he wanted her to quit
her life of shame and live right. She
asserted that she had never contrib
uted to his support. The day that the
two were arrested at the bath house,
she said she had gone there to sign
some papers for her husband. She de
clared that she would never return to
her husband. The witness denied ever
being at Tucson, Ariz., where it wa3
charged she followed the same life she
admitted that she was engaged in here.
Marriage of the Couple.
The witness stated that she and the
defendant were married about 10 years
ago in Russia, and married again here,
four years ago. The second marriage,
she said, was performed because no
documents were issued through the
Jewish ceremony by which they were
A check for the sum of $50, purport
ing to have been drawn by the defend
ant payable to Sam H. London, an at
torney, was introduced by the state.
The witness said she knew nothing
about the check. She testified that she
had once paid London a small fee.
The defendant reiterated his testi
mony of Thursday, repeating that he
was trying to get hl3 wife back all the
time. He said that the bank book
showing the deposit of S400, was money
he had received from Chicago. When
asked how he knew that his -wife, when
she left him at Chicago, had gone to
Dallas, he replied that some friends In
that city had told him. He went to
Dallas and Houston, he said, and came Women whr ur Mntbpr'o Vri.nj -
to El Paso with his wife on the same i voea wno use iioiners irlend are
train. On cross-examination he ad- , saved mucn. discomfort and BUfferinir
llinea IQUt 1315 Wlic JUIH"1- Jicc Lcii
here several days before he came i
London Explain Check.
London, who appeared In response to
the summons, testified: "I have known I
the defendant about three years. I did .
business with him on November 8, for
which I was paid by a check for $50.
It was my fee In examining the title ,
to some property which he wanted to j
On cross-examination the attorney
about as long as I have known Mor- i ,. .. ' . . oui
ris. she never naid me a cent. I have tuo tnousands or endorsements
.never represented her in this court or
ny otner. I nave Known wma on
the relationship of an attorney and
client. You. Mr. Brown, could not ex
pect me to disclose anything that has
come to me in that way."
isn t ne commonly Known as a
Every 170100118 heart responds to
the charm and srreetnes3 of a baby's
voice, because nature Intended her for
motherhood. But even the loving
nature of a mother shrinks from the
ordeal because such a time is usually
a period of suffering and danger.
and their systems, being thoroughly
prepared by this great remedy, are
In a healthy condition to meet the
time with the least possible suffering
and danger. Mother's Friend is
recommended only for the relief and
comfort of expectant mothers: it is in
no sense a remedy for various ills
but its many years of success, and'
ceived from women who have used it
are a guarantee of tne Benefit to be
derived from its use. This remedy
does not accomplish wonders but sira-
nlv nssist's rmtiiro tn rt&rfppt Ifo n..u
- 1?" asked Volney Brown, prosecut- 1 XTfi , . ., "ul
ing the case, "i am not asking vou to Mother s Friend allays nausea, pre-
divulge anvthing that has come to you
by reason of the defendant having con
sulted you in the capacity of a client,
out to state this on your own personal
The witness: "What Information I
have comes to me as an attorney from
client I rrfuso to make the state
ment I onlv ri'pit sentd the defend
ant once Tht was m a divorce case
It -na- not .p-jitis Jr- ne ravls I
O't remenb r v. tcr that was Cer
tanly not this year, I do not remem-
vents cakinsr of
tho breasts, and
.n every way
motherhood. Mother's Friend is sold
at drug stores. Write for our fre
boob for expectant mothers.
BEADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlonts, Gz.
Amount Spent in Kntertnlnlng 3ievr
Yorkers Will Be Paid by Chamber
In executive session Friday after
noon the board of directors of the
chamber of commerce voted to refund
to mayor C E. Kelly $70 of the money
he expended in entertaining the New
York commission which stopped here
en route home from San Francisco
early in December.
They also approved the appointment
of iHss Hah Davis as assistant sec
retary of the chamber of commerce,
the appointment having been made
early in the week by president "Walter
In the session which preceded the
executive session it was decided that
only local bands would be employed
during the cattleman's convention in
March, this being the decision reached
after a letter from "W. J. Cox of Fort
"Worth seeking the employment of his
band, had been read.
Gen. E. Z. Steever and Cols. D. A.
Frederick and Frank West and other
officers at Fort Bliss, are to be added
to the executive committee which is
to have charge of arrangements for
It 'was decided that no special hotel
would be designated as headquarters
lor the executive committee, nut tne
association will be tendered the use
of the chamber of commerce or meet
ings of thl3 committee. It was point
ed out that the directors' room will
be sufficiently large for such meet
ings. "VV. T. Hixson reported that he had
named J A. Happer and C A. Kinne
on the reception committee. "Vv". W.
Rose apointed S. C. Awbrey and V. R.
Stiles on the program committee.
Crawford Harvle -named C. A. Kinne,
D. T. White, Clyde Holmes, William
Harrell. H. M. Patterson and Wylie
Franklin on the invitation committee.
Those attending the meeting were
directors W. S. Clayton. W. T. Hlx-
addition; consideration $6600; July 1:
North side King's Highway, between
Courschesne and Martinez streets.
Military Heights Land company to Isa- ,
bel Nonega. lot 14, block 1. Military I
Heights addition; consideration, $90; 1
JanuAry 3, 1913. j
Southeast side Arizosa street, Moun- I
talnslde Real Estate company to E. O.
Lockhausen, lots 31, 32, block 1, Gol
den Hill addition: consideration, $9009;
December 19, 1912.
North side King's Highway, N. A.
Cordova and wife, lot 13, block 1, Mili
tary Heights addition-; consideration
$10; December 30, 1912.
El Paso county, Texas G. L.,HiU
and wife to E. O. Lochausen. sections
2, 12, 14. 1. 13; block SI; public school
land; consideration, $21,800; November
Corner Bassatl avenue and Palm
street Joseph B. "Waller and wife to
Josefino Sontillan. lots 31, 32, block
39, Bassett's addition; consideration
$800: Aug. 15, 1912.
Mornlngside Heights addition
Mbrningside Heights Realty companv
to C W. Croom, lots 1 to 32, block 15;
consideration $4000; Dec 1, 1912.
Licensed to Wedil.
"W. C Jerrell and Flora Hartley.
Jose Rodirguez and B. Hernandez.
1281 R. A. Romey. 1522 Montana
To Mrs. Frank F. Carnyell. ;1107 N.
Florence street. Dec. 28.
Td Mrs. Severo Murillo, Ochoa and
Seventh streets, Dec. 30.
To W. Diamond, 1007 Campbell St-
To Mrs. Manuel Villa, 409 Fifth
street, Dec. 29.
To Mrs. Jose Lozano, 624 1-2 Fourth
street. Jan. 1.
To Mrs. Rosendo Alvarez, 809 South
Florence street, Jan. 2.
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R. B. Orndorff,
and secretary Rufe P.
To J. T. Gough to build a lunch
stand: Campbell and Tenth street, esti
mated cost $50.
To J. R. Blair, to build a barn, 917
Kast Boulevard, estimated cost $109.
North side of Alamogordo street be
tween Grand and Copia streets, "Will
iam It. Piper to N. S. Corbin. lots S. 9,
block ST. east Bl Paso, consideration,
$400: December 30. 1912.
Corner Verde and Alberto streets,
Orndorff-llordle Reffltv company, to
Joseph H Uromberg, lots 1. 2, 3, 4,
block 1, Val "Verde addition: considera
tion $750 Dttimber 7. 191 J
Xorth 1st side of Piosoeit avenue,
Julius Krabauer to K Briedcn lots S2,
and IS feet six Inches off nort! west
side of lot SX block S. Sunset Heights
way 01 cntnuahua. Four carloads of
lumber for the local Pearson mills ar
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