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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, March 5, 1913
You Often Walk a Mile
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You can save money by trading with the
Cut Price Grocery
and Meat Market
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3 packages Aunt Jemima's Pancake Plour. ... . . .25c
5 packages Krinkle Corn Flakes 25c
3 lbs. Fancy Head Bice . .
4 lbs. Broken Bice -.
2 lbs. Evaporated Aprieofe
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(Continued From Page 1.)
from the rear of the white house. The
gardens in the rear were brilliantly il
luminated and electric lights played
upm the beautiful fountains. Mr. W1I
bou did not see much of the fireworks.
Hp -was at a dinner at a nearby hotel.
Enen by the Princeton class of 1S97. of
wh'cb. he was a member.
The vice president and Mrs. Marshall
fcpent the evening with the Wilson
Btreaaoas Old Sea Captain Foete the Boetow
And Owes Himself.
No man. woman or ehlki who is rnp
tared no matter bow severely or at what
ge need despair of bates eared.
Throws Away His Trass.
The case of Captain OoUlngs gives en
couragement for all sufferers from, rupture.
He suffered a doable rapture and was
confined to bis bed for years. Physicians
examined bis ease and pronounced an
operation necessary, bat he kept experi
menting on htmsAM. Finally to toe aston
ishment of all, be eared bis ruptures and
sever had any return of the trouble.
Capt. Oolllngs sends his system to rup
tured people. If you will mail the coupon
below, (or eopy it) he will send yea entirely
FKKK, a trial of his process, -so- yoa can
test It in your own case. This costs you
nothing, and no raptured mas, woman or
child can afford to ignore it.
FREE TBST COUPON
Cant-W. A. Oolunss,
Box 7t T, Watertown. N. T.
Please send me one week's Test of
your System for Bapture. This Test is
to be FRSB. I. will comraeaee using
it at onee.
Aqua Marine or Bloodstone
Birthstones For March
A' very pretty idea which has steadSy grown, ia. popularity
is tie wearing of some piece of jewelry containing the.
It has bag been thought that m doing this ose was scire of
meemag mvor from the mythological god ruling ever that
mom&, aad would have good health and worldly success.
There is something ia this OTea if it k aty the sentiment
which pate piooeant thoughts is the mted, BatamOy pro
faning good effects.
It ym fee ear pleasure to show y mbm pietty Jewelry
er the teate'stewee for whieh speataHy designed ptoses can
Rings from $2.00 Up
The A. D. Foster Co.
eraH.Big. J. F. Daniels, Mgr.
i 3BI Passes .Pofiriar Jewelry store.
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Phone Us Your Orders
408 Wyoming St.
family watching the fireworks from
the white house portco. Among those
who joined the party was Capt. "Bill"
McDonald, the president's bodyguard
during the campaign.
At 10:46 oclock the vioe president and
Mrs. Marshall returned to their hotel
It was lata when the parade conclud
ed and the president was able to leave
the reviewing stand and return to the
white house. He had only time to
rest an hoar before dressing for the
Embarrassed at Ceremony.
After the parade Mr. Wilson was es
corted back from the reviewing stand
to the -white house by military and na
val aides. It was his first touch of
the military in his home. He paused
for a moment after he passed through
the white house door, an usher took
his coat and hat. The president seemed
ior a moment embarrassed by the for
mality and the strangeness of his sur
roundings. Ma Who Helped Wilson.
Of the men who actively- helped Mr.
Wilson in his election who were in the
reviewing stand with him were chair
man William F. McCombs and treas
urer Rolla Wells, of the Democratic na
tional committee. There was one inti
mate adviser of the new president who
saw a little of the parade and stole
away as inconspicuously as he came,
lie was Col. E. M. House, of Austin,
Texas, the man -who is said to have
brought to the attention of Mr. Wilson
at least three of the new cabinet CoL
House, who has a great affection for
Mr. Wilson, did not go to the inaugu
ration ceremony; be did not even stay
in the presidential reviewing stand. He
chattAd a moment wttfcc Mr. Bryan, saw
Mr.' Wilson, cheered him as the new
president of the United States, and re
tired 'Seaming -with satisfaction.
Tw babies who probably will be fre
quent -visitors at the white house sat in
the presidential reviewing stand. Miss
I Josephine Cothran and Miss Virginia
I Howe, grand nieces of the president.
KIhacs the Bible.
The new president, -when he
swore to uphold and defend the consti
tution, stooped and kissed the open
Bible, upon the 119th Psalm, 43 and 48
verses, inclusive. The verses, begin
ning with the 41st, are these:
"Let thy mercies come also unto me,
O, Lord, even Thy salvation, according
to Thy word.
"So shall X have herewith to answer
Him that reproacheth me; for I trust in
"And take not the word of truth ut
terly out of my mouth; for I have
hoped in Thy judgments.
"So shall I keep Thy law continually
forever and ever.
"And I will walk at liberty; for I seek
"I will speak of Thy testimonies al&9
before kings, and will not be ashamed.
"And I will delight myself in Thy
commandments -which I have loved.
"My hands also will I lift up unto
Thy commands, which I have loved;
and I will mediate in Thy statutes."
48 Injured BurlHg Hay.
Although the known casualties for
the inauguration day and night reached
a total of about 400, few were serious
and most of them were of a minor na
ture. Many of the injured, especially
those -who received burns at the display
of fireworks, went for treatment to
hospitals in the downtown section,
-without the aid of ambulances.
Castro Views Inauguration.
Gen. Cipriano Castro, exiled former
president of Venezuela, joined the
crowds on the streets and viewed the
Inauguration ceremonies. Two review -inng
stand seats had been offered him by
friends, but were declined, the exiled
iliatlk- T? ;-J
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leaving undone which should be dose. Each man
answer this question for himself
"When did I have a photograph taken?" ,
As leaders in this city you owe it not only to your
families but to all the southwest as well to have your
photograph taken at least every other year and this
is the other year for most of you.
From tine to time the newspapers desire to run .half
tones of prominent business men. If you were asked
today for your photograph have you one which looks
as you look now or is from five to ten years old?
We're aH pulling together ray work is photographs.
Mail orders for Kodak noshing promptly attended to.
228 Mesa Avenue
preside t preferring to mingle with
Women Pay Tribute to Wilson.
Columbia, S. C, March 5. As a trib
ute to president Woodrow Wilson, the
graves of his father and mother, in a
cemetery here, were covered with flow
ers by the Womens Church society.
Dr. Joseph Wilson, president WHson's
father, taught in a seminary here from
1S46 to 1870.
Aged Cousin Is Buried.
Quincy. 111.. March 5. At almost the
same time that vice president Thomas
R. Marshall was inaugurated, funeral
services were conducted for one of his
nearest relatives at La Grange, Mo , 10
miles north of this place, the boyhood
home of Mr. Marshall. It -was the fu
nearl of Miss Callie Marshall, aged 77,
a cousin, who died at Duncan, Okfeu,
ATJTO IS WRECKED;
FOUR MEN INJURED
Machine Is DemoHsbed at Five-Mile
Bridge on County Road Dr. Sta
ten's Car Wrecked.
Automobile No. 125S, belonging to J.
C Martin, Paso del Norte hotel, is al
most a total wreck, and J. W. Dorsey,
F. R. EooHcy, E. M. Haley and T. A.
McCarthy are more or ks6 seriously
injured as a result of the machine dash
inp at 1:30 oclock Wednesday morning
into the side oi uie nve-mne concrete i
brkkre on the county road east of the
eity. The engine of the car was torn
loose and thrown under the rear of the
car. Broken bits of glass and twisted
brass rods, scattered over the road, were
all that remained of the windshield. The
body of the machine and tbe wheels
Dorsey's ' injuries consisted of a dis
located right shoulder; Booney's right
knee cap was broken, in addition to
several other bruises; Haley's mouth
was cut, and McCarthy was bruised
about the chest. The injured men were
brought to the emergency hospital at
the police station, where they were at-
Ofescrvattoas tafcen at 8 a. el. DOTfiaVsa-Sff
Ttdlen time. Air preaVsre reduced to sea level.
Isobajw (ctmanuoas Unas) Da3 ihrourh points
of ewtalalr preefare. Jsorariura (dotted Meea
pass t&rossb points of eflMlwrnperMure: drwva
only for zero, freezing'. Vr, and Vfr.
O clear; Q partly cloudy; okdp$
ram; enow: report miasms.
HIGHBALLS MIXED IN
There was a drop in whisky and a mix
ing of highballs when two delivery wag
ons collided on North Oregon street, near
Main street, Tuesday afternoon. A horse
attached to a light delivery wagon,
owned by the Montana grocery, ran
awav and, cominp- down the street col
lided with a wagon containing whiskv
and mineral wator- Both horses stopped,
but tho mineral water and the -wlii-kv
t m cl -wIiaq c itjl buttles were
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3045ak8 I ZR0 "W1LLISJL.M00RE. Chiek U r 93
of El Paso
Just a few words today to
you who arc doing your
fall share- towards making
Uhs a bigger, better city.
There's one thing that many
of yoa are unconsciously
tended by police surgeon Frank Lynch.
Later Rooney and Dorsey were sent to
Switch Engine Strikes Auto.
Dr. Burleson Staten's new Maxwell.
30 horsepower roadster was struck by
a. G. H. switch engine at the north El
Paso street crossing Tuesday afternoon
at 4:30 and was badly wrecked, and the
occupants probably just missed being
Dr. Staten's statement is that the
engine was going toward the union
suction at an excess rate of speed when
it si-uck his car. He was coming south
on El Paso street and -was unable to
see the engine until his car was within
a few ftet of the tsaok. as the view is
obstructed by a telephonv pole and-
the awr.ings of the Hughes-Bule Print
ing eompanyfe building. Dr. Staten
says that the engine was going so fast
that one of the men who was riding
on it attempted to jump off and was
thrown under his automobile by the
momentum. He was not injured.
The engine struck the car broad
sides, smashing the left front wheel,
bend'ng the frame and smashing the
engine. Dr. Staten had his six year old
son. George, and J. S. Reeves with him
in the car, and was preparing to jump
with his son when the engine struck
the car. He says he put on the foot
and emergency bcakes as soon as he
saw the engine and stopped within
ftv ftjet, and within a foot of the track,
whe-- the accident occurred. The en-
Sine ran 150 feet . before it stopped.
rr. staten says. It was switch engine
No. 6C, in charge of engine foreman
A. E. SwibeL
PLANS TO BUILD'IN
Crawford Harvie has bought 10 lots
on Silver street in Manhattan Heights
from C. H. Leavell for $4000, and is
planning' to build a home there.
.lesse Deemer has bought two ana one-
half acres in the 0. C. Coles valley tract,
11 miles down the valley, and will build
a seven room bungalow home. He paid
$1500 for the acreage.
U. 8. Department
Bl Paso, Wednesday, Mawb. 5, 1913.
IM Paso and vieiaity Pair tonight and
New Mexico Fair tonight and Thurs
day; not much change ia temperature.
West Texas lair tonight and Thursday.
EXPECT TO REPORT
Directors of the chamber of commerce
hope to report collectK-is amounting to
$30,000 for the budget fund when the
weekly luncheon is held at tbe Sheldon
Thursday. The fund is gradually in
creasing and indications are that their
hopes will be realized.
Tuesday a committee composed of
Claiborne Adams. Robt Krakauer, "VV.
(i Roe. C IS St'ens .ml W Reees
-i-d $1025 TLis makes a t ti! i
:.7 7 collated to date, witli prospects
i nvuili more.
To Save 5 Cents Car Fare
Walk a Block and Save $1.00
By Buying Shoes of Us
There Are No Better Styles
To Be Found Anywhere
(Continued from page D
for the election of Fall. Our people
want him sure.'
"I then affixed the names thereto of
tbe men -who authorised and requested
me to do so. I had just concluded di
recting my clerk to forward this coj.y
to R. H. Sims, of Las Cruses, with in
structions to Sims that he have the
parties whose names were affixed
thereto transmit tbe same to me by
wire, when the young woman in charge
of the Western Union office here, both
by telephone and by messenger, re
quested that I deliver the copy I had
made to her; this I did.
Telegram From Cruccs.
"My clerk wrote STr. Sims, naverthe
less, repeating the substance of the
copy which I had returned to the
young -woman, and in resoonse thereto
I received the following telegram from
" 'All our people here want judge
Fall reelected. There is no divided sen
timent in this county. Please do your
best to accomplish this result. Show
this telegram to Mr. Monero. Practi
cally all of the constituents of you
both want senator Fall reelected. Jose
R. Lucero. Manuel Lopez, Jose Gonzales.
Felipe Lucero, Pilar Gonzales, John S.
A. Martin. R. H. Sims, M. B. Thomp
son. W. W. Cox. V. B. May. a a Lee.'
The original I hand to the chief clerk
for the inspection of any person inter
ested. "The copy of the telegram which I
1 Paso Readings.
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Tet fcaermometer ....... J4
Relative humidity ....,.". 4s
Direction of vmbJ 1" g.
VelocitT of wind ...11 g
State 6f weather . ."."" "Ctaw
RainfaK last 24 hours ". .... 6
Highest temp, last 24 hrs". 67
Lowest temp, last 12 hr- . 40
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Comprising all of the
English lasts in tan
metal calf, patent and
Visit our children's
bargains in all styles of strap slippers.
215 El Paso St.
refurned to the young woman -was never
shown by me to any person, nor to any
member of this house, nor was it made
use of ' in any manner whatsoever. It
was intended as a draft to be mailed to
my constituents at Las Cruces for their
guidance in wiring support in behalf of
A telegram from Las Cruces, certify
ing the right of the major to use cer
tain names was read to the house. It
was addressed to the speaker.
The senate firance committee held
another session last night, at which
considerable propress was made on tbe
appropriation measure, and it is now
understood that this bill will be re
ported out within a day or two.
The senate bill, when presented, will
contain no appropriation for the gov
ernor's legal adviser, but this does not
mean that the legal adviser will be
abolished. The appropriation for that
office is a continuing one and it needs
no action of this legislature to keep it
in force. Only a repeal of the statute
creating the office can abolish it.
The house bill will be reported oat
either tomorrow or today. It contains
a provision for $53,000 for the Unlver-
, slty of New Mexico, which is
i more than the senate measure will al-
jow. in most other respects it con
forms to the statement of anticipated
figures already published.
The appropriation of $200 for the
legal adviser of the governor has been
cut out. as has the mounted police ap
propriation of $15,400. The traveling
auditor's office is reduced from $7004
to 14300, but the allowance for special
agents as mentioned in the schedule al
ready forecasted remains in the bill.
CUSTOMS SUB-PORTS "WlIJi BE
MADE PORTS OF ENTRY
Deputy Collectors TV'Ul Be IMrectly In
Charge of Kven Porta -Vhere
Celiectertt Have Headquarters.
Washington. D. C, March S. Under
the reorganization of the customs ser
vices, specified by president Taft just
before he retired from office, each dis
trict will have a customs oolleotor.
The reorganization, in the absence of
congressional dissent, becomes effective
July 1. All ports even the headquar
ters of collectors, will be directly In
charge of a deputy collector. The
terms ports of delivery and subports
of entry wiS be abolished and all sub-
Si tfvwvwvswwwwwvs aaa
To buy lots in Cotton addition before
prices go higher Everything point, to
a rapid advance in value, for at the rate
1 Paso is growing close in property is
getting scarcer each day aad prices will
soon be beyond reach. The Bearer the
center of the eity you buy the easier it
is for you to resell at big profits. Look
at the prices asked in Frankna Heights
addition which adjoins Cotton sdditkm
Everyoae who bought is Franklin
Heights made big money and the same
conditions exist today in Cotton addition.
Cotton addition k in the very heart of Bl
Paso and to buy these lots is better than
depositing your money in a savings
bank for you can re-sell at any time
at higher priee than the pmahace price.
Cotton addition is the only dose in
addition to Bl Paso at saeh low prices.
You don't have to wait for the city to
grow to you ifs all around you now.
It was held off the market for tea years
and during that time 1 Paso completely
surrounded it with modem nomes.
The verv fact that it is not a new
addition is what makes it so inviting for
the prospective buyer. Everything has
been done that will add to values and
the small sums asked are such that
workmjrmer are able to buy. Lots .s
low as .40) and up to $700 can be se
cured for as little as one-sixth down
and the balance in one, two, three, four,
and fne years vrith only 6 percent in
terest. Proptrtv i-, increasing in value there
every day. Thousands ef Bl Po peo
ple pass'thn.ush this property coming
to and tn.m rheir homes eery day.
Let P ..' TSro how jou t'ns ex-
eitir l '
rt.. I hey are the exclu
Are All New
This Season's Goods
latest New York and
kid, Russia calf, gun
department for special
Expert Shoe Fitters
port3 which will be retained wHI he
made ports of entry.
The new plan terminates the historic
privilege glvea collectors at certain,
ports, especially along the Canadian
border, to sell manifests and receive
other emoluments, the proceeds from
wbtae in many instances far exceed
their salaries. Collectors will receive
The name of the new western dis
tricts and ports of entry continued
or created tn those sections- are as
fellows, the first port mentioned in
each instance being the headquarters
of the collector:
Sabine, Texas, Port Arthur aad Sa
bine. Galveston. Texas. San Antonio, Dallas,
Houston, Port Lavaca
Laredo, Texas. Laredo. Brownsville.
Rio Grande City, Corpus Chris ti. Roma,
SI Paso, Texas, El Paso had Colum
bus. N. M.
Eagle Pass. Texas. Basle Pass. Bo
quillas, Del Rio. Presidio.
Arisoaa, Nogales, Naeo, Tama. Doug
No roofing paper Hke Congo. Lander
A P. Coles and wife were spectators
at the inauguration in Washington
Emey, Down in
Unable to Work, and
Summit. Point, W. Va. Ia advices
from this town, Mrs. Anna Belle Bmey
writes as follows: "I suffered for K
years with as. awful vets, fat my right
side, and ulcers In my stemaoh, and
doctored lots for R. but without suc
cess. I suffered so very much, that
I became down in mind, and as help
less as a little baby.) I was fat the
worst kind of shape. "Was unasJe
do any of my workw
I saw Cardui, the womas's tonic,
advertised, and began taking- H. I
got relief from the very first dose,
and by the time I had takes 12 bot
tles, my health, was completely re
stored. I am mow 4 years old. but
feel as good as I Md when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from los
ing my mind, aad I feel it my duty to
speak in its favor. I wish I had some
power over poor, suffering women, and
could make them know the good it
wopld do them."
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think it worth your while to give Car
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women for more than SO years. It is
almost sure to help you, too.
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