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EL PASO HERALD
Sport and Society Section
,Sport and Society Section
MORNING SIDE HEIGHTS IS A
1XE begin right in Morning Side Heights! In
the past, it has prooen unsuccessful to
make restrictions after a residence district has begun
to grow. Right from the start we make the follow
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BUILDING ACTIVITY IS
ALREADY BRISK IN
orning Side Heights
SEVERAL residences are now under course of
construction in Morning Side Heights. A. L
Lathrdp is building a handsome home in block No.
I. L.L. Robinson and J. T. Highbrow are build
ing in block No. 2. In addition to these ihree homes,
five others will be started in a few days by the Perry
Kirkpatrick Really Co. The future of Morning Side
Heights is assured. Now is the real opportunity to
secure an ideal home site at a nominal price. .
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PARK: BEAUTIES OF Ml FflANKLi
El Paso Doctor Has Built a Home on Top of the Rugged,
Picturesque Old Mountain and Offers to (Jive Part
of Hi3 Estate to the City Wonderful Color
and Beauty in the Rough Canyons.
People never see their home town
first It-Is true the world over that
people never appreciate the good things
they have at.home,.biU go hundreds of
miles and spend thousands of dollars to
see wonders that are no better than
they have in their own back yards.
Might- few ever eliiah to the top of
Mount Franklin. Those who do go that
far seldom go over to the east side and
that is where the most beautiful
scenery is found. Those who have been
there tell wonderful tales of the beau
ties of the canyons which are but a
short distance beyond the car lines and
can be reachea easny.
Mount Franklin is barren but it is
interesting. It ought to be the ren
dezvous of hundreds of people every
Sunday afternoon. Back beyond that
peak, lie wonderful canyons. Rich in
their prehistoric marks of time, beau
tiful in their varicolored stones, in
teresting in their mares of the growth
of the ages, they are awesome in their
Sunset on the water is beautiful.
Either sunrise or sunset in the canyons
of Mount Franklin is magnificent, as
it falls over these 'wonderful chasms,
these massive walls of stone that rise
in seeming perpendicular to the high
To Donate to City.
Out beyond one of those canyons an
El Paso physician. Dr. K. D. Strong, has
found a beauteous spot and there has
built his home. A wagon road leads
up the sloping sides of the mount from
the paved road of the county and he
goes home from town in short time.
He has built a place there where he
can commune with nature; can have all
the benifts of the city and lione of its
noise and smoke, while the fresh air
of heaven blows over him. He put
down a well to get water and he gets
it up there on the mountain.
But he is not selfish. He does not
want it all for himself. He would
donate this canyon of 300 acres to the
citv to be used as a park if he city
will Dut give him a perpetual water
right He nas put the proposition up
Audience's Conduct Has Much To Do With Actors' Performance
to the city authorities and they are
That El Pasoans may reach these
beauty spots it is suggested that an
automobile drive might be built ex
tending along the rim of the mesa i.r.d
on toward the canyons. The elevation
at the postoffice is 3720 feet and there
is .a rise of 180 feet to the rim of the
mesa, the proposed mesa boulevard be
ing at an elevation of 3900 feet, or
nearly 200 feet above the level of the
city and affording an incomparable
This driveway, if constructed, would
give a view of the city from Sunset
Heights to Washington Park, including
Juares, the lower valley on either side
of the river for several miles and a
wonderful prairie land to the east be
yond Fort Bliss and its tented city.
Completing the Driveway.
When the boulevard is completed as
far as the south end of Mount Frank
lin, a lateral roadway could be built to
the north, skirting the west base for a
distance of about two miles, with a rise
of 8 percent which would give an ap
proximate elevation at this point nf
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tended back toward the south point of ln.ana studying to nnd out what that
(By Margaret Hubbard (.Iyer.)
j.ppHE thing that has helped me
1 the most in my stage success is
" that I have a father and mother
to turn to and a home to go back to,
and I can always wire home for money
if I should need It"
Miss Florence Nash sprung this the
ory of her quick and triumphant ad
vancement In her profession, and the
remark is typical of the girl. Miss
Nash, who plays the clever little black
mailer in Bayard Veillers play "With
in the Law," is a sincere and earnest
young girl, with big. wide open eyes, a
wide open mind to match, and a hum
orous curving mouth.
"Leaving out all sentimental reasons,
the girl who goes on the stage should
always have her family's consent, be
cause stage work is so exceedingly
precarious, and for the first few years
at least a girl must have a home to
go back to." she said. "Then she
should have money enough to keep her
tor tne iirst year, just as she would if
she were studying In Kurope. for dur
ing that time she is learning her trade,
or beginning to anyhow.
Acting Isn't Art.
"After all, to my mind, acting isn't
an art; it's a profession into which art
enters very greatly, of course."
"Then would you look upon it as a
more or less commercial proposition.
"Why npt? After all. it's the so
called commercial actor who gives the
public what It wants, and Who suc-
ceeas because he is constantly work
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the mountain at a lighter grade, of
about 7 percent for the distance of a
mile and a half and would thereby
reach the summit at a flat mesa about
one-half an acre in extent at an ele
vation of 5200 feet at a point overlook
ing the city and valley.
A topographical map on file in the
office of the city engineer shows that
this scenic drive is 'possible, the route
described being a tentative plan. ,
Persons interested in commercial
projects might build an "inn or an ob
servatory at the summit 5200 feet
above the sea level, from which an ex
cellent view could be obtained.
On the west side of Mount Frank
lin, the slopes are severe and would
require the handling of a large amount
of stone and necessitate the construc
tion of concrete arched bridges over
An 18 foot driveway with a stone
parapet for protection in dangerous
places would be of sufficient width on
the east side. It is roughly estimated
that the cost of construction of such a
driveway would be probably ndt more
than $60,000 for excavation, while $20.
000 more would provide for the neces
Just below the proposed site for the
inn or observatory lies the canyon
which Dr. Strong proposes to deed to
the city for park purposes. High per
pendicular cliffs tower above El Paso
in wonderful color, from their crannies
pretty little blue flowers peek in sum
mer time, seeming to dare the adven
turous mountain climber to nluck them
from their hiding place.
These walls are of varicolored hues,
beautiful white quartz among other
things, glistening in the sunlight along
the ledges, while down at the bottom,
seemingly hundreds of fee below are
large bouldera Here is an ideal spot
for reservoirs, a natural place for the
conservation of pure water.
For the building of such a road.' a
plan proposed is to tax automobiles 50
cents per trip over the route, and there
is little uouDt that it would be used
to such an extent after its construction
that it would soon be paift for in this
public does want and he has the pulse
oixne box oirice to go by. -,
"Did you ever realise how hafd it is
for a person who is on the stage to do
any studying? There is no great school
where I, for instance, who have been
associated with modern plays mostly,
eoBld go and study Shakspere in a
class under some eminent exponent of
the classic drama If I take up fenc
ing it is real fencing, not stage fenc
ing, I learn, which is entirely differ
ent Educating Audiences.
.. Audiences! I wonder if they realize
their effect on the players. An audi
ence can put a damper on an entire
performance, especially in musical
comedy and In vaudeville. After the
iirst number the singers will come
jack and say. -It's a hard audience.'
il!!tts nSh- From then on the ac
l ,w?J'k to thaw out the audience,
and half their efforts go for nothing.
i-?fJ .J1 asanst tremendous odds
ence an't sive a sood Vtrlorm-
i."1 ? & matinee at the opera
- t day nd; heard Caruso. The
soVyV" m kow' J "ik
dn" t2. T' r " nadn't thought to
PnJand even Caruo needs the
encouragement of applause.
Hi. L?rorst fault one "nd with
willcome?-.however' ls that thcy
A 4ho thL1?" and lnsi8t on &
th Jrtheater Py comes n "er
wi?h..!ain, ,s Bp- TCU1s itself with
with much laughter and bustle. They
w ,JrvSrams- a"d then they find
u JEZ baI.e mlssed a good deal of
conversation like thi
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.. .WhyV no' J thought It was 8:3r
!,' t' navn't se.n it. but Belle
said it was very aood!'
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Florence Nah, In "WlthlH 4e Low," at the EHlnge Theater.
"It's not very easy to go on with
the l!ay when this happens many
times," concluded this serious young
artist with a merry face.
"Audiences are much later in getting
in their' seats than they used to be.
and often half of the first act cannot
be heard for the laughter and chatter.
I wish they would remember that their
conduct is half of the show.
To R. S. Davis, to erect Catholic
church. Third street, near Park; esti
mated value. S22.000.
To J. C. McKlroy. to build an addi
tion, 1407 Boulevard; estimated cost.
To Santiago Soto, to erect an adobe.
213 Hammett Boulevard;- estimated
value, 31 00.
Southeast corner of Hamilton and Ord
streets Constance Koch Rodriguez and
husband to B. Hewit. lots 31 and 32,
block 43. Grand View; consideration.
?325. Feb. 6. 1912.
Morthwest corner or Richmond and
L ron streets H. It Keener and wife
block 19, Altura Park; consideration,
J300; Jan. 30, 191- . . .
North side of Grand, between Lowell
and Russell streets Isabel Bean and
husbandto Dora M. Murray, lots 2 and
4 block it. Grand View; consideration.
$350; Feb. 1. ls-
Xorth aide of Tularosa. between Luna
and Cebada streets G. W. Lulger and
wife to J L. Hurt, lots 11 and 12. block
9-' East Bl Paso, consideration, 3600;
Jan. 23. 1MJ-
North side of Louisville, between
viabama and Louisiana avnues R. L.
Nichols and wife to George W. Sharp.
lots 9 and 10, block 96. Highland Park"
ensideration, J500: Dec. 24, 1912.
South side of Texas & Pacific, be-
' tween Latta street ana alley Jesus
Garza and wife to rancisco vaiies. lot
14 block 22 Latta's addition; consid
eration JSSO; Jan 24. 1913.
titheast corner or Aiamogordo
Leahy by W. Cooley to Raul R. Goa-
xa1s. Ints 17 and IS. hitwfc 97 1iVnAi
addition; consideration, 5350; 'May 13,1
Southwest corner of Alamogordo
street and French avenue Benaacia
Leahy by W. Cooley to Jose M. Ibanez,
lots 31 and 32. block 22 French addi
tion: consideration. 3350; Oct 28, 1913.
San Ellzario, Tex. Francisco Cara
bajal and Juanna Carabajal and others
to Emilie L. Weber, survey 182, San
Klizario grant; consideration. $20; Deo.
West side of Florence, between Ne
vada and Arizona streets Ferd H.
Phillips and wife to C L. Caspary. sr
lot 3 and south 11 feet of lot 4. block
275, Campbell's addition; consideration
$3150; Feb. 1. 1913.
Licensed to Wed.
Paul T. Whittemore and Lettie Wil
son. George W. Favors and Iris M. Madi
son. Robert E. Van Hora and Clara A.
1332 E. Viltanueva, 418 South Santa
Fe street: Indian motorcycle.
1333 Chalmers Motor Car company.
Santa Fe and San Antonio. Chalmers.
1334 Chalmers Motor Car company,
Santa Fe and San Antonio, Chalmers.
1335 Neill McClure, Canutillo Tex
To Mrs. James L. Kale. Altura Park;
To Mrs. Geo. W. Ambersou. 1231 Myr-)1
tie avenue: Feb. 2.
To Mrs. E. Camacho. 1104 South Santa 1
re sireei; Jan. zi.
' MITRE PEAK RANCH
Alpine, Texas, Feb. 5. P. V. Cart
wright has closed a deal with A. J.
Tfppett for his Mitre Peak ranch, and
will stock it up at once. The terms
f the transaction are private, but the
deal does not include Mr. Tippet t's
fanous fruit orchard.
At the mass meeting of the citiaens
of Alpine ealled in the courthouse by
the commercial club the following of
fieers were elected for the ensuing
year: President J. D. Jackson; vies
president F. E. Gillett; executive com
mittee. J. P. Wilson, B. F. Berkeley.
J. I Crawford, W. F. McGaughy, W. K.
Shipman. J. W, Weaver. C. K. Moffetr.
who had resigned his post as secretarv.
was prevailed upon by the executive
committee to reconsider his decision,
and was unanimously reelected as sec
retary. Prof. Burton H. Woodford, principal
of tne- Alpine public schools, has pre
sented his resignation to the board of
trustees, to take effect at once. The
resignation has been accepted, hot no
successor has been appointed.
MercHry Messenger Service, phone 4242.
BRIDGE DECLARED UNSAFE,
Socorro, N. M., Feb. 5. Complaint is
made here that the bridge at the mouth,
of Blue canyon is in a dangerous con
dition and the county commissioners
have been requested to repair car re
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Pains in the Side
AUcocKs Piasters reKere proEptlyj
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strengthen side and restore energy.
AncocKs is the original and genuine porous plaster.
rll ",. r ""J w- oy druggists in every part
of the cmlized world. AddIv rvherSer thw Ji&
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Annie M. Baskm. lots il and 22, -Mnet and French, avenue Benanciai
pains. eaaranteedtobeaaA-lLininxent. Price 50c a bottle
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