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TTednesdav, Feb", o.
"YOUNG MEN" TALK
ON CITY POLITICS
EE PASO HERALD
1-3 Less Than High Rent Prices
For one week we are offering a lot of unusually hand
some library tables in Early English or Fumed, size
28x42. Splendidly made and handsome enough for
any home. Special, one d? J f
week only Jf J
Are .gives special attention and
we use every effort to make the
ishipmeat oh the day we receive
the order. Oar new 1913 catalogue is now ready. Write for it
The Young Furniture Co.
B. F. YOTJWG, PROP.
"BUY FROM YOUNG & BUY FOR LESS"
Bell Phone 835 M 307 S. El Paso Street
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company
EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKAUER, President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
c. B. subset ih
Supt. of Agents.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Seety. and Gen'l Mgr.
MAN FROM GALLUP
ARRESTED IN BISBEE
Bisbee. Ariz., Feb. 5. Policeman Wal
ter Brooks at 9 ocloek in the morruaj;
received a telegram from sheriff Rob
erts, of McKinley county, X. SL, ssknu;
that he apprehend John Schulex, naiS
to he -wanted in CSaltan. X. 3A, m
charge of larceny of $350 belomginc to
the First Rational bank of that cits.
Br 4 ocloek Brooks had located his bub
and had him w jail.
A large delfcxfttlon -will, leave Bisbee
for Phoenix to represent this city in
the good roads convention, February 10.
The Commercial club has appointed -J.
TL Gray and J. B. Henderson, the citj
J, J. Bowen and Dr. F. E. Shine and the
board o'f supervisors have been asked to
appoint R. L. Stallings.
During the month of January 23
filings on land were made with United
States hutd commissioner J. D. Taylor
here. The most of the filings were oh
land in the newly opened San Pedro val
ley tract, although a number were for
Sulphur Springs valley land.
Tie Fertr Year Test.
ft v a aa-il a nttist liATTA nVAAv4tvnsl
merit to survive for a period of forty
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Office hours. 9 to 6: Sundays. 10 to t
All 'the County and City Officials, With
Few Exceptions, Are Present
Herald's Work Commended.
There was a special meeting of the
Young Men's Democratic club in the
club rooms Tuesday night. Among the
"young men" present were: Mayor C.
K. Kelly, Jim Conklin. county jud'-'e
A. S. J. -Eylar, W. H. Surges. E. B.
Klfera. R. L Holliday. J. M. Pollard,
city clerk G. W. Fassett city time
keeper C C Stapleton. retiring city
assessor Louis K. Behr and his brother.
Frank W. Behr, who is deputy county
assessor: Dave Sullivan, who wants to
succeed Louis, and his brother. J. T.
Sullivan, of the Central fire company,
ex-city detective Billy Smith, ex-policeman
Walter Williams, city health offi
cer W. H. Anderson and Chas. R.
Brewnlie. Chas. Gaal and Joseph Grant
of his department: city bacteriologist
F. a Lamb, deputv sheriff Stanley
Good, jr., city recorder Adrian Pool,
and Ballard Coldwell. who wants to
succeed him; city auditor A. A. Mur
doch, and his assistant Henry Schaef-fer-
deputy city clerk H. L. Oldham,
constable Domingo Montoya and his
assistant J. W. Brown; iustice of the
peace J. J. Murphy. Harry O. Dow. col
lector for the city sanitary department.
Wm. H. Brooks, deputy city assessor
and collector: Dr. J. B. Brady, district
clerk J. A Escajeda, Everett Foster.
H. L. English, foreman in the city
sewer department: Chas. Dunne, Mike
Mulcahy, foreman for the city street
department: John Cain, deputy countv
clerk: Martin J. McGurn. engineer at
the city disposal plant: Ben .Levy, can
didate for alderman: Dr. J. W. Yard
ring campaign manager in the last
county election: citv engineer Herbert
Nunn, county attorney P. R. Price.
H. Y. Ellis. Henry C. Crawford, K. J.
(Kid) Hadlock, F. D. Hadlock. and a
R. L. Holliday called the meeting to
order and left to catch a train. Henry
Schaeffer was selected as chairman and
asked what was to be done. W. H.
Burges suggested that they adjourn
until Thursday night as the poll lists
were not yet ready.
J S. Curtis, who learned Democracy
from Woodrow Wilson at Princeton,
and-acted as secretary at the last meet
ing, wanted some speeches. Judge K
lar and E. B. Elfers declined to speak,
so Curtis took an opportunity to re
lieve himself of some advice to those
present He said: "We have with us
tonight our friends and some of our
enemies. The Herald says: 'It paysto
advertise. Now we know that The
Herald got out 1300 poll taxes in five
hours with a little ad run in the pape.
last Thursday. All I haye to say is
keep up the good work. I would sug
gest that all the chairmen of the vari
ous committees be present at the regu
lar meeting Thursday night -,,!.
Shaeffer appointed Louis E- Behr,
Adrian Pool and Dave Sullivan a com
mittee to see that this is done. Then
he declared the meeUng adjourned un
til Thursdav night Nobodv cried and
all left the hall. .
CHILD FROM MONKEY
"In the Sick of Time." or "Saved
From a Monkey." would have been the
title of the moving picture dramajhao
the movies been on the job Thursday
afternoon in the vicinity of becond and
Sf" streets. wfcanV Jas. Gorlands
bie monkey broke out of his cage. City
deecUve George Herold did the sav
ing act. and little 1 year old Paiz Lo
pez was-the one saved.
The monkey was kept In a cage in
the alley between becond and banta
Fe streets, and up until Tuesday was
a well behaved monk, arowlng restless.
lh animal grabBed the bars of the
cage and separated them, making a
sftce large enough to p out In hte
progress down Second, street the mon
key encountered the little girl and
sprang upon her. By this time Herald,
Srivinir in a buggy, appeared on the
seen "BTh? child weit down. A woman
smed Herold left his buggv with
nhYtol in hand. On account of the
cWAMHwv afraid to try a. shot
at the animal. So he proceeded to rap
the morikejr over the head with his
gTn. TbTmonRey turned on Mm. and
the detective struck him Motter Ulogr.
Sf S- arbre oU5r
showed up. bit had,tob the roof
and carry his monkey down.
Tuesday afternoon Gorland was tried
on a Charge of keeping a vicious mon
key Defendant promised judge Adrian
pSol to pay for the little girl's dam
Igd dre and the case against him
VAUDEVILLE COCTJIT IS .,
FORMED FOR SOUTHWEST
Phoenix", Ariz, Feb.5. As a result or
the formation of the Western Vaudeville
Managers' association. Phoenix has an
other vaudeville theater.
Heretofore it has been hard for cttwa
in the southwest to get high class vaude
ville acts, owing to the long jumps. A.
H. Reeves, of this city, conceived the
idea of a circuit, which has now been
formed. . . , .
Denver is the starting point of the
circuit, which is completed in the follow
ing order: Raton, 27. M.: Las Vega,
Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Gallup, Winstow,
Prescott. Phoenix. Tucson. Benson. No
gales. Douglas, Bisbee, Bowie, Globe,
Lordsburg Morenci. Denting. Silver City,
El Paso, Las Cruces, Socorro, Dawson.
SEESE LING IS BACK.
Phoenix. Ariz Feb. 5. Reese M. Ling,
national Democratic committeeman for
Arizona, has riturned from a trip of
seven weeks Jhrough the east. He denies
tbat his trip had any political signifi
cance, though he did visit Washington.
Dr. BurkJiart Says
The Lord May Torsive Yon. Bot I "Will
'Sot, If Yon Don't Go to Your Drug
store and get a 38-Day Treatment
of My Vegetable Compound.
For you to decide whether you want to share in the big profits that will be made within thenext six months on
The opportunity we are offering you will soon be past, for the improvements are being rushed to completion at
a rapid rate and then prices will rise by leaps and bounds. NEARLY $60,000.00 IS BEING SPENT ON
IMPROVEMENTS in Government Hill now and on their completion Government Hill will have every ad
vantage that an inside city lot has. ,TT T-
WATER; GAS, SEWERAGE, BITULITHIC -PAVING, CURBING, PARK SPACING ARE
NOW BEING INSTALLED. Government Hill offers you advantages possessed by no other suburb of
El Paso. . , . . j l L.
Climatic conditions, perfect drainage, splendid view, goofl neighbors, its accessibility to the schools and churches,
and being only a few minutes ride from the business district all are strong factors that should impress you and
cause you to thoroughly investigate this property.
PRICES ARE $175 AND UP.
TERMS 10 DOWN; 5 A MONTH
If you will ring us up and make an appointment you can go direct from your home in our automobile without
TIN & MA
304 San Antonio
H I jjiiiiTL 1 I hum m m 1 III 1 m.
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CLAIMDOUGLAS MAN IS
WANTED IN MEMPHIS
B. A. SIlXDEX CO.. 121 Broadway, New York, X. Y. . , , .
Dear Sirs Please forward m e yonr book, as advertised, iree. sealed.
Dr. W. S. Btaihart As He Is Today. Owe Hk
Robutt Health end Gain of 90 Ponsd
to Talunc Hi Own MHciae, A
Needed, for the Piat 23 Year.
It only costs ou 2,") rents to get rid
of that bad. sick, sour, bloated stomach,
that mean, bilious liver, kidney trouble,
constipation, and that sick, despondent
feeling from headache.
I give you more for 25 cents than any
one else could give you for $5.. and
what is more, vou simply deposit the
25 cents with any drus-ost and if you
are not satisfied, he will return your
money. Take me at mv word. You
take no chance and you will always
feel grateful towards me for this offer.
Shake off the burden of sickness, my
friend. Do it todav. r5 conts will put
you on your feet Remember, the drug
gist knows that for twenty-five years,
I have kept my word, to let jou be the
Judge. No cure, your money back for
the more ackinc Oi, th treatment
to1,i 1? uro in i k frr nT spp th'it
mi u-t Dr i:!i .-itl- cor-
poan.l u rt - nf
J. T. Wilson. Arrested. Charged With
Using Mai In to Defraud; Promi
nent In Sojtlal Circles.
Douglas. Ariz, Feb. 5. J. T. Wilson
was arrested here late yesterday by
United States deputy 'marshal Hopkins
and two postofflce inspectors on a
charge of having osed the mails to
defraud the public In connection with
the promotion of stock sales of the
American Trust Co., at Memphis, Tenn.,
in November. 1911. The bank is now
Wilson was bound over to await the
action of the United States court in
the western district of Tennessee,
waiving preliminary hearing before
United States commissioner Sames. xiis
bond was fixed at $8000. He says his
arrest is due to mistaken identity, and
that he is willing to return to Memphis
without extradition. He may bo taken
today if court order allowing it is re
ceived in time. He came to Douglas
three months ago aBd purchased stocic
in a local bank. He planned to secure
control, it is said, but failed owing to
lack of finances and became merely a
stockholder. He recently organised a
building and loan company, and had
the stock flotation ready. He is a
smooth talker, of good appearance, and
had little difficulty in making entry
into the best society in Douglas. He
was a member of the Country club, a
church worker, and interested in the
Y. M. C A. He was coming out of
the door of the local Y. M- C A. when
He has a wife, a young son, and a
daughter, who reside here.
BWO GILA BEND MEN ASe'
ACCUSED OF PASSING BAD MONEY
Phoenix, Arir., Feb. 5. Charged with
passing counterfeit silver coins, two
young men giving their names as C. A.
Wagnor and J. Dawson were brought
to Phoenix from Gila Bend and lodged
in the county jail. They declare tbat
they have no idea bow they got tbe
coins and did not know they were coun
terfeit until they were arrested.
Wagnor says that he was employed 93
a miner at Bisbee. After drawing bid
wages he went on a spree, finally Trind
ing up in Gila Bend.
ARIZONA'S WOOL CLIP THIS
t YEAR TO BE 6,000,000 POUNDS
Phoenix, Ariz.. Feb. 5. Arizona's wool
clip this year will reach C.000,000 pounds.
according to president John Henaeesy, of
the sheep sanitary commission. Hie
sheep interests are in excellent shape all
over the state. The vigilance of the
eommissioiiers themselves, together with
that of the inspectors and the state vet
erinarian, has prevented disease making
any inroads on the flooks. This year's
sheep are singularly "free from scaWes
and foot and mouth disease Any sign
of trouble has been promptly stamped
VEGETABLES IN SOUTHWEST
SCARCE, SAYS HARVEY MAN
Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 5. George Read,
superintendent of the Fred Harvey sys
tern of eating houses west of Albuquerque
is now in Phoenix trying to buy veeg
tables and other farm produce. He says
that there is a great scarcity of gardes
products and advises the farmers of tbe
Salt river valley to pay more attention
to intensive farmjng. A great percentage
nf the frraiw fruit. nrrutnnAj) in 1... .n?
, .. . n .... -- . ,..w...v.. ... mu alley
is used by tbe Harvey people.
MOHAIR GROWERS IVlEE
, ADJUST DIBVEUESCES
Silver City. N. M.. Feb. 5. it to &n
erally understood that the board of
the Mohair Growers' association will
meet here soon for the purpose of ad
justing the differences existing as to
the secretaryship and other troubles
that have existed for some time
Weather is fine here and mohair
growers are anxious for it to continue
as they wish to shear their ni. J
! early as possible and they say the elm
SO TRAIN" SHEDS THIS YEAR:
MATTER IS NOT DISCUSSED
There will be no train sheds built at
the EI Paso union station this year.
One year ago the matter was passed
over, but when the annual meeting ot
the Union Depot company was held
Tuesday it was not discussed. Nor was
there any discussion of plans to en
large the terminal facilities at the sta
tion In fact the only matter of lm
!rrtancp "t t' niectms was the elec
tion oX officers.
Our aim is to jjne patrons better work and better service than they
can possibly get elsewhere.
A trial is all we ask that we may demonstrate this fact.
Gold Crowns, 32 kt $5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth $5.00
Gold Fillings. $1.00 and np
Silver Fillings 50c 2nd np
Painless Extraction 50c
All work absolutely guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction. Consul
tation and candid advice free.
NEWY0RK PAINLESS DENTISTS
OVER STLBERBERG'S JEWELRY STORE.
CORNER MESA AVE. AND TEXAS ST.
Wholesale and Retail
Hay, Grain and
Cotton Seed Meal and
Cake. Stock Salt
Phone 38 and 35
LEON AND SECOND ST&,
EL PASO, TEXAS
MRS. ORNER TO BE
GIVEN FOURTH TRIAL
MHrder Cae From El Paso County to
Be Heard at Midland Dtiring
Present Court Terra.
Midland, Tex, Feb. 5. District court
with judge S. J. Isaacks presiding,
opened at Midland today. There are a
number of important cases to come up
at this term of court; among them be
ing the Mrs. Orner ease. Mrs. Agnes
Orner is charged with having caused
the death of her daughter. Lilly, in
El Paso and is also under indictment
at Bi Paso on the charge of killing
her husband. This case has already
been tried at El Paso, Marfa, and Pecos.
She was convicted in the first trial
and the others were mistrials.
Hall Holmes, charged with tbe mur
der of Knox Crowe, at Zaragosa, will
also be tried at this term of court.
MAHTY STUDENTS. ARK WORKING
THEIR "WAY THROUGH HARVARD
Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 5. There are
many students at Harvard college who
will turn their hands to anything that
is honest, in order to gain an educa
tion. This is shown in the report of
the secretary of the Harvard bureau for
appointments, which lists 1960 stu
dents as working to pay their way.
The employment is varied. Printers'
"devils," "fakirs' 'at country fairs, tele
graph operators, newspaper reporters,
clothing and other salesmen, waiters,
dish washers, icemen, street car con
ductors, newsboys, teachers, brown
.tall moth kjllers and private secre
taries describes some of those who
also are students.
It is claimed that the proportion of
men working their way through is
greater at Harvard than at any other
college In, the country.
FOUNTAIN DAIRY LUXUH
Under American Trust & Savings
Bank. cor. San Antonio & Oregon Sts.
AMERICAN DATOY IUXCH
Cor. Texas A Stanton Sts..
American No. 1 consolidated Yrith
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
NEGRO KILLS BROTHKRINXAW.
Trinidad, Colo.. Feb. 5, Charles
BlackweU shot and instantly killed his
brotherinlaw, Alonso Smith, following
a quarrel in a downtown saloon over
family differences. Three bullets from
a 38-caliber revolver struck- Smith, one
in the neck, one In the left grain, an
other in the left arm. Blackwell is In
jaiL Both are negroes.
Hotel Iaso Del Narte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid
night. Meals served a la car te excel
To Charles Francis D Ri
viere Treat or His Children
You are requested to com
municate for your ad
vantage with W. "W.
Vaughan, 53 State Street,
Boston, Mass. s
Custom Assay Office
CRITCEETT & FERGUSON
Assayers Chemists BJetaflcrgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
Independent Assay Oflica
D.fT. KaTTHJTgr. R.v., Progrfetor.
Ajtnt fur Ore SMpptr Amojw tai
Chtmhal AmalfsU. aim txamltti
end Btparttd Upon. duUi&t Work
&!' p.o. Box 8.
Office ana Tctcni&rn
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pe.iui KaTfi tlurms the lloiiunj
DRVl'GHOVS OISINES& COLI.EGE
R. F. Davis, aianaser. Phone 14SU
Use Herald Want Ads.
00HST1FATI0H I Drink Habit Cured
Paw Pills are un
like all other laxa
tives or cathartics.
They coax the liver
lito activity by
gentle methods, they
do not scour; they
do not enpe: they
i do not woaken; but
they do start all the
secretions ot the
liver and stomach
in a way tliat soon
puts these organs in
a healthy condition
and corrects constipation.
Munyon's Paw-Paw Pitts are a tonic
to the stomach, Jiver and nerves. They
invigorate instead of weaken; they en
rich the Wood instead of impoverishme
it; they enable the stomach to et all
the nourishment from food that is put
These pills contain no calomel, no dope,
they are soothing, lining and stimulat
ing. They school the bowels to act with
out phjsic. Price 25 cents.
If 3 ou are nervous, can't sleep and are
weak and rnn down and need a vrinc
st"nuiint if Munvon'n Paw-Paw Tc n
X"t -"ili if ill !' -' v"; re
Itj 1 1 i ? & &2y
FfTiciency is the standard by which men of the present dav
ire judged. The keen, bright-eyed, wide-awake, TEMPERATE
men are the ones who are making successes of their Jobs every
where Thev are the model farmers; they are holding the high
salaried po" tions; they are managing the successful businesses.
They are the men who are ALWAYS be depended upon. If you
ar not getting ahead as you think you should, or If you are
h&tajr ground acknowledge, the reason and remember whether you
are2i excessive drinker, or a so-called "moderate" drinker, the
Neal Three-Day Treatment Will Podivelg
It will put you on your feet: a man among men. without the
slightest deiire for alcoholic drink. The whole world will look
bigger and brighter than it ever did before. It will restore yonr
ambition, your energy and bring happipess to those you love.
You have the utmost privacy and every convenience, including
nurse and physician's attendance. You may come on Friday and
leave Monday, a changed man vigorous, healthy and happy. It
may mean yow life success. You owe It to yourself and those
with whom yoa are connected to investigate this treatment, to call
and talk it ovr, or write for free booklet.
915 Mesa Ave.
Of El Paso, Texas.