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"Wednesday, Jan. 15, 1913
WITH A RUSH
EL PASO HERALD
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Axminster Rugs Underpricedi
For one week only we will put on sale these beautiful
Axminster Rugs, size 9x12 -A splendid assortment
of colors and patterns. These rugs are well worth
$25.00 anywhere. Special one week only.
Young's EI Paso Furniture Co.
"BUY FROM YOUNG 5- BUY FOR LESS"
Phone 835 M 307 S. El Paso Street
Our 1913 Catalogue Is Now Ready. Write for It.
THIS GREAT SALE IS ROLLING UP A WONDERFUL RECORD. UNSURPASSED UNDERPRICING is bringing great crowds to the
"Bazaar's big store."
Entire stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings are being snapped up like "hot cakes" at tEe tremendous reductions. In many instances
you buy at 1-3 and 1-2 less than the actual wholesale cost.
LAST TWO WEEKS
MEN, RIGHT NOW, THIS EVENING AND TOMORROW, IS THE TIME TO BUY your Suit or Overcoat, Hafe or-SHoes, wneth'er yon
need them now or within the next six months, for the savings are beyond expectations.
IF YOU VALUE MONEY YOU MUST COME HERE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS BONA FIDE SALE.
REMEMBER THAT "WITHIN TWO "WEEKS THE BAZAAR POSITIVELY CLOSES ITS DOORS FOREVER.
RAILROAD NEWS OF THE SOUTHWEST
F. E. Cart, brakeman on the S. P
Is laying off.
J. E. Roy, brakeman on the G. H
lias reported for fluty.
Fireman Burton, of the T. P Is
laying off for a few days.
! D. Black, brakeman on the G. H..
Is laying off for a few trips.
H. Lumsden, engine foreman for the
G. IL, has reported for duty.
Passenger fireman Trinkle, of the
T. p., is laying off for a few days.
John Held, switchman on the G. H
has reported for duty after a short
T C. Layman, brakeman on the G.
H-, has reported for duty, after being
i-'ii i or iv aays. i
Bob Singleton, of Toyah. Tec, has
been apootnted night hostler for the
T P in EI Paso.
J. A. Hillas. trainmaster for the
T. P, has returned to El Paso from
a. trip over the road.
T. F. O'Bfellly, switchman on the G.
IL. has reported for duty after being
Will Moon, conductor on the T. P.,
Js laying off and extra conductor
Charlie Eckard is relieving him.
Charlie "Witherspoon, engine foreman
for the T. P., has returned from a 15
days yisit to Fort "Worth, and reported
Engineer "Wade, of the T. P., Is now
back at work on the day switch! en
gine, after having made a few trips
on the- road.
W. W. MeMahan, brakeman on the
G. H., -who has been on passenger for
me past iew aays, is now Dacic in
off for a couple of days.
XL. l. JHAV. DniKATTlfin A
Is laying off in order to take an ex- t
amlnation to be a conductor.
C. Lane, switchman on the G. IL.
has reported for duty after being off
iur mjidb ume oh tne sick list
Pierce Murphy, formerly a conduc
tor on the Santa Fe at Las Vegas,
N. 3L. is now in Bl Paso. He expects
to locate nere.
J. I Davis, formerly a conductor
on the G. H-, has taken a position as
brakeman on the S. P. between El Paso
J. Foster, the G. H. brakeman who
was injured several days ago while
trying to let off a brake, is now recovering-
John Nuna, engineer on the T. P.,
Is laying off on account of being sick.
Fireman Brann, of the T. P., has
reported lor duty.
4 C. F.
Savage is the conductor and
Doyle and I Howard are the
F Tat fV? vJ2i . rn " tata I torakemen the new crew put on by
? MaPTO .has returned home i the S. P. out of Til Paso.
after a short visit to HI Paso.
the S. P. out of El Paso.
Chester Roberts, stationary fireman 1
at the Southwestern shops in El Paso,
has resigned from the service In or
der to go into business for himself.
T. Bryant, brakeman on the S. P., is
working on local for a few trips, re
lieving brakeman R- E. Mounts, while
the latter is being used as conductor.
George Clark, formerly a call boy
for the T. P., Is now working as sec
tion foreman in the T. P. yards at El
Paso, relieving his father, who Is seri
J. 3L Hill, engine foreman on the
T. P., has reported for duty after a
short layoff. Charley "Withers, who
has been relieving him Is now back at
work as helper.
Geo. Clark, formerly a call boy for
the T. P., is now working as section
foreman in the El Paso yards of the
T. P., during the illness of section fore
man Clark, his father.
Diok Kunz, formerly a brakeman on
the Santa Fe, between Las Vegas and
Albuquerque, now has a position as
switchman on the Belen cutoff of the
Santa Fe at Clovis, N. M.
D. Goss extra conductor on the G.
H., at Sanderson, who has been hold
ing a regular car as conductor for tho
past few weeks, is now back braking,
on account of a slack in business.
T. M. Arledge, brakeman on the G.
H., who has been working on passen
ger for some time, has been trans
ferred back into freight service be
tween El Paso and Valentine.
T. H. Binkley. conductor on the G.
H.. has reported for duty after being
off for several trips. George Rogers,
who has been relieving him. Is now
back in passenger service as brake
man. J. "W. Johnson, brakeman on the
G. H., has been assigned to a regu- .
lar passenger run between El Paso
and Sanderson. H. G. Clark has been
promoted to Johnson's run on freight. J
Dave Berry, engineer on the T. P.. j
who has been -working on passenger J
for a few trips, is now back on through
freight Tony "Witholder, the passen-
fer engineer whom he was relieving, J
as reported for duty. !
J. in. jeitnes, iormeriy a conduc
tor on the Santa Fe at Las Vegas. N.
M., is now yardmaster for the Santa
e at san Diego, camornia. Jim lan
nigan, formerly a brakeman at Las
Vegas, is also at San Diego working
When Romance Runs Riot
The Spinster Who Wishes to Become
"Mother" to a Bunch of a
" " By Beatrice Fairfax
" ' A
YOUNG woman who has learned
so little from the experience of
others that she needs a guardian
"I am very fond of children. How
get into correspondence witn
ttowoS ,.,. ,,.i,, o ,,. some widower with the view of matri
.Htad!arS ?ormef1?; a onu 1 monv? I am all alone in the world."
This young woman has romantic vis-
on the Santa Fe at Las Vegas, is now
DraKing on tne s. p. out of San Ber
nardino, Calif., and Arthur Hazellette,
formerly yardmaster for the Santa Fe
at Lasvegas, is now switching for the
S. P. at Fresno, California.
Conductor Broadstreet, of the T. P.,
is laying off, and extra conductor
"Punch" Woodward Is relieving him.
This is the first trip Mr. Woodward has
made as conductor since his promotion
last week. Jim Mickland is on Mr.
Woodward's run as brakeman.
HOME IN SOCORRO
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Socorro, K. M., Jan. 15. Fire de
stroyed the home of W. H. Byerts. It
started about 4 a. m., and due to the
extreme coldness of the weather noth
ing could be done except to prevent the
fire spreading. The loss is reported at
$sooo witn no insurance.
(With a little local color. )
Once upon a Time a growing City was attacked with ' 'Shortitis. '
The few local Boosters who were carrying .most of the Load were becoming
tired of doing all the Work alone and decided to throw up the Sponge. They
were loathe to note that most of the Buzz Wagons-with the Brass Work burn-ished-belonged
to the large Property Owners who had their Consciences
thoroughly satisfied with their fairly liberal Support of a few pet
Charities, but who side-stepped forty Fset when asked to come across with
a few ' 'Bucks' to boost their City.
The half Baker's Dozen of Boosters who had been holding the Bag had
reached the Conclusion that they had best go back to Work for themselves
rather than be forced to hunt a Job later On account of continued Neglect
of their own Affairs. Before returning to the old Pleasures of a few
Evenings at Home with their Families, they decided to make a great final
Effort to wake up the Community to the real Condition of Affairs.
A real Booster was called into Consultation from a great City many
Miles away One of the kind who really could come nearer making a 'Tight
Wad' loosen up and spend an 'Eagle ' than nearly anyone extant. A Mass
Meeting was called and a fairly large Number of Representative Citizens
showed up, most of them wearing the usual bored tired Look of one expect
ing to be ' 'touched.
After the usual Preliminaries, the ' 'Booster1 f was given the Floor
and he took it, Part and Parcel. Did he go after that representative
Audience? Go after them ! He had them gripping the'Arms of their Chairs
to keep their Hands away from their Check-books and Fountain Pens. . .
Before he was half through the Treasurer looked like the Box Office Man
at a Vaudeville House in a big City when the.Stunt was reported to be a
little out of Line with a fairly liberal moral Code.
Anyway, that Town had more Money for advertising to be spent during
the coming Year than they had ever spent within the Memory of the oldest '
. . ,In the Course of the Booster's Remarks it might not be amiss to state
that he cautioned them to buy and boost Home Products, adding that one of
the best Ways to get new Industries was to buy and boost the Products of v'
those responsible Factories already established in their Midst.
Moral: -Use Globe Mills Flour and help the Southwest grow. "
In what other Section are you interested?
Do it Now-Now-Now.
ions of making herself the idolized of
some widower's home. She pictures her
self in an armchair in the evening with
the widower's children on her lap, and
their father sitting opposite beaming
in happiness at such an ideal scene.
If she marries a widower with chil
dren, she will wake up before the hon
eymoon is over. Some one must moth
er the motherless, but the task is made
so difficult by relatives and friends of
the dead mother that the bravest heart
has reason to shrink from the task.
And as for voluntarily seeking it!
This young woman is so ignorant of
what such a situation implies that she
needs a guardian.
To Suit Himself.
No man. my dear, evei1 picks out his
second wife with his children's best
good in mind. He married the first
time a girl who suited him; he marries
the second time for the same reason.
He thinks so little of his children's
I -need when he goes courting the second
time that he picks up some woman most
unfit for all mothering purposes.
The writer of this letter complains
she is alone in the world. No one is
alone In the world who recognizes the
big tie of kinship that binds us.
One need not sit down with folded
hands and pine because one is alone,
waou lucre is sume una uoal uuui uu
needs sympathy and companionship. A
woman who loves children is not com
pelled to seek correspondence with
some widower to gratify that outpour
A Cure for Loneliness.
There are orphans' homes In every
town with little waifs in them whose
future depends upon adoption by some
good woman. If the writer of this let
ter does not want the burden that an
adoption of a child means, how can she
seek the greater burden it means to
become a stepmother?
If that craving for a child's lovo
must be gratified and there is no love
that is more wholesome or does more
for a woman's spiritual development
and welfare than love for a child let
the writer of this letter volunteer her
services in helping her sisters and
friends take care of their babies.
I am sure that on this round of really
helpful labor she will encounter many
a discouraged, heartsick, tired step
mother, and that the day spent in as
sisting her will forever cure this aspi
rant for a widower's heart and hand of
all such aspirations.
IELIC1S SKIP OF FIGS" FOR i
iD LIVER OR SLUGGISH BOWELS.
TMs gentle, effective fruit laxative "thoroughly cleans
your stomach, liver and 30 feet of bowels of sour,
bile, poisons, gases and elogged-up aste.
A harmless cure for sick headache,
for biliousness, for a sour, gassy, dis
ordered stomach, for constipation, in
digestion, coated tongue, sallowness,
pimples take delicious Syrup of Figs.
For the cause of all these troubles
lies In a torpid liver and sluggish
condition of your thirty feet of
A teaspoonful of Syrup of Fig3 to
night means all poisonous waste
matter, the undigested, fermenting
food and sour bile, gently moved on
and out of your system by morning,
-without griping, nausea or weakness.
It means a cheery day to-morrow
many bright days thereafter.
Please don't think of gentle, effec
tive Syrup of Pigs as a physic. Don't
think you are drugging yourself, for
luscious figs, senna and aromatics can
not Injure anyone.
This remarkable fruit preparation
is a wonderful stomach. Over and
bowel cleanser, regulator and tonic,
the safest and most positive ever de
vised. The day of violent purgatives', such:
as calomel, pills, salts and castor oil
is past. They were all wrong. Tou
got relief, but at what a cost! They
acted by flooding the bowels with
fluids, but these fluids were digestive
Juices. Syrup of Figs embody only
harmless laxatives, which act in a
natural way. It does what right food
would do what eating lots of fruit
and what Dlenty of exercise will do
-for the liver, stomach and bowels
Be sure you get the old reliable and
genuine. . Ask your druggist for the
full name. "Syrup of Figs and Elixir
of Senna," prepared by the California
Fig Syrup Company. Hand back, with
scorn, any Fig Syrup imitation recom
mended as "just as gooH."
How To Treat An In-Law
Mostly Always It I Possible
Make Friend and Hake
By Winifred Black
don't like "His" sister and
"His" sister doesn't like you, and
VAN HORN PASTOR RBSIGXS
TO GO TO OKIiAHOJIA CHURCH
"Van Horn, Texas, Jan. 15. Rev. Mr.
Sillier ha3 resigned the pastorate of
the Presbyterian church here and will
leave the first of February for Erick.
Okla., where he will take charge of
the church, and also at Cheyenne, UKla.
Guy Garren was in from the ranch
. Mrs. W. J. Noguess made a trip to
Sierra Blanca this week,
The w. O. W. and W. O. Circle are
to have the instalation of their officers
Friday night and will also give a ban
quet for the Woodmen and their fam
ilies. Commissioners' court is in session
this week. Commissioners Charles
Tenon, of Toyah, W. D. Garron. Will
Geasllng and Fred Irby, of Kent, are at
tending. Mrs. J. T. Canon and Lillian Stlern
berg were called to Port Lavaca on
acount of the death of their sister,
Bank examiner L. J. Cav!3 was in
town this week.
Mrs. B. F. Mullane has left for Ot
tumwa, Iowa, to visit her sister, Mrs.
H. W. Sellers.
Mrs. Will Neil and son, who have
been visiting here for the past 10 days,
have returned to their home in Abilene.
Mr. and Mrs. X. B. Jackson and two
children leave tonight for
fihrlsti tn visit rBlatives.
Mrs. Luther Wheat is teaching school
this week, in the absence of Miss Lil
Miss Lillian Hall has returned from
Merkel. Texas, where she has been vis
iting Miss Willie BIgham.
A Young People's society has been or
ganized here. Meetings will be held
every Sunday afternoon at four oclock
in the Presbyterian church.
R. N. King, of Balmorhea, an old
friend of B. Duncan, has located In
Van Horn and will occupy the new
residence completed by O. D. Taylor.
FRKACHERS BIS COURAGE
STRIKING GARMENT WORKERS
New York, N. Y., Jan. 15. A group of
clergymen from some of the city's best
churches iold hundreds of striking gar
ment workers in a mass meeting that
the public was with them and victory
would soch reward them.
The strikers, thus exhorted, declared
they would remain firm In their de
mands for better wages and sanitary
PRISONERS BUY TIANO.
Florence, Aria., Jan. 15. The Prison
Glee club, an organisation of musicians
among the convicts at the state peni
tentiary, has bought a piano from a
Phoenix firm and is pacing for it on
the instalment jlan Mone to me t
the payments is raised b living enter-
MtuuiL-ius ana aances in llurence.
he takes sides with sister against
you. and what shall you do; Nothing,
honey, do n-o-t-h-i-n-g at aU.
Sister may not like you, but that
isn't a heinous crime after all, is it?
One of the women I admire most In the
world hates the sight of me, and I
guess from her point of view she is
perfectly right, and I don't want her
executed for her likes and dislikes.
And you don't like sister. That's
more important. It really Is hard to
be much with people you don't like,
riranrifllllv httrvl Avon it tha vAacA.. ..
j don't like them is because they go to
cnurcn at xu in tne morning and you
go at six, or she does her peaches
pound for pound and you do yours
half a pound to a pound.
I'd move to a shed and live on bread
and water before 1 d live in the house
with any one I really disliked, even if
I had the use of a motor and a butler
thrown in for my pains. But listen.
Isn't there something about sister you
can like somehow?
Maybe she's the sort of person who
can't lite any one who doesn't like
her and: she knows how you feel.
Can't you disguise your feelings from
her and see what will happen?
Ten chances to one she'll fall dead
in iove witn you and bore "Him" to
death telling him thtt he isn't half
good enough for you. So just try this
way just for fun.
The next time there's and argument
between "Him" and "Her. and from
what you say both of them love to ar
gue, take sister's side, pay her some
compliment, something perfectly un
expected, and watch the tide begin to
uuw yvur way.
I know a woman whose husband's
sister and mother joined in an attempt
to make her home unhappy. The wife
saw the whole situation, and she in
vited husband's mother and husband's
sister to visit Then she called in all
her husband's friends, the ones she
knew her husband liked and the ones
she knew her husband's mnthu- i
sister didn't like, and then she sat !
back and watched the little comedy
Like her husband's friends. Why, "of
'":i i a. uuesuon: And she
?.IAn't 3f5? anythnK wrong in husband's
And then how delis-htMi sho too.
Corpus I see her husband come home at nieht
and what a fun ih, ...j .P.
o2 he h?'La dacne. and sister
made fun of him for giving way to it
so easily. And before the visit was
half over husband was counting the
days when he and wifey could be
alone again and happy.
You're a woman, use your woman-
wit and outwit thte sisterwno il trVinl
to make your Jife a failure. ""
BELGIAN SAYS HE HAS 3IADE
SAME SPEECH FOR IS YEARS
Brussels. Belrlnm Ton ic n -
!drn0ny', n,ember ' e Belgian !
chamber, celebrated fnr . c..i.. rJ '
Sn-Jl w ? the "sular service, was
Hninfhelo,unUy for a reorganisa-
I Buy For Profit I
I COTTON ADDITION LOTS I
j A. P. COLES & BROS, Agts. I
and In turn was shot by the dead In
dian's squaw. The squaw's shot pierced
both lungs, but it Is believed that Irwin
will recover and. stand trial.
EL PASO THEATRE
"That i th i, . i. j
last year." -J": juu maae
-t'I1.80'" jePyed the deputy calmly.
JnrVi m?de U annually, word for
before" yearS- Nobody noticed it
BBaaS3BBKwBHpBKna8B "a. isiaXJpr
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel oe.
SHOT AN INDIAN' LVND IS
SHOT BY DEAD MAN'S SO.UAAV
GJobe. Arix.. Jan 15 Charged with
",j""B anotner lndnn, Henrv Irvin
an pache, was brouarht to Globe 'from
Rooseelt and pl.ieed in the hoinit
i-.l or tin louim ml 1', -hot fis
I victim at the jpr n3- nt U -di itui it I
Bunty Pulls the Strings
JAN. 20. MATINEE AND NIGHT