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EI, PASO HERALD
Monday, Xov. 29, 1015.
INSPECTS E. NJ
Southern Pacific Operating
Head Inspects System;
S. P. Head Here.
Julius Kruttwhnitt, chairman or the
board of directors of the Southern Pa
ific system, was in El Paso Saturday
night with a party of Southern Pacific
officials on an annual inspection trip
of the Atlantic system from New Or
leans to El Paso. The party disbanded
here and Mr. Kruttscunitt returned to
New York Sunday in his private ear,
Accompanying the directing head of
the Southern Pacific line as L. J.
.Sponce, director of traffic for the S.
P. lines: A. McDonald, controler; W. B.
Scott, president of the G. II. A S. A.;
C. K. Dunlap, traffic manager of the
Sunset-Central lines; G. S. Waid. vice
president and general manager of the
:. H. & S. A.; George MeCormiek, as
sistant to the general manager; A. J.
CottiBgham. assistant general manager:
15. R. Cottingham, general auditor, and
X. B. Cushing, director of maintenance
and operation of way.
The party has been making a thorough
inspection of the physical properties of
the Atlantic system and were shown
over the company's holding in 1 Paso
ly superintendent R. it. Hoover, who
accompanied the party over the El Paso
division Saturday, and by general agent
V. C. MeCormiek. of El Paso.
William Sproule. president of the
Southern Pacific at San Francisco, ar
rived here Sunday evening en route to
New York for a conference with the
officials of the railroad, but did not
meet any of them here, as thev left
before his arrival. He went east over
the Southwestern system to Xew York.
CHARGEDWITH ASSAULTING WIFE
G. F. Caperlon. a foreman at the El
Paso smelter, was arrested Sunday at
his room at the corner of San Antonio
and Oregon streets on a charge of as
saulting his wife.
YES-IT IS POSSIBLE
TO STOP RHEUMATISM
Rheumatism is a tormenting and
stubborn malady. In some cases it
yields to treatment which is without
avail in other cases.
The darting pains, lame muscles or
stiffened joints only disappear by grad
ually expelling the -uric acid, and so
many thousands have been relieved by
the blood-enriching oil-food in Scbtfs
Emulsion that you should give it a
faithful trial. Scott's Emulsion acts as
a powerful blood-purifier by increasing
the red corpuscles and it strengthens
the organs to carry off the adds which
cause the trouble.
TryScott'aBiBElsaon. It cannot barm.
It has helped thousands and may be ex
actly what you need. No Alcohol.
Nkn&I! 1 S5e Women's Shoe and
lA Slipper Sale
s Continues AH Week
1 000 Pairs Women's Shoes, Ater seein
ii .i f n gains we are
comprising all the new fall & . i
styles, broken lots,
values $5.00 (
$7.50, your choice
AGENTS LAIRD -
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BOOKS FOO BDVS
It.u ii.j t i: .,
jjinii ux vjuuu xteciuiiig ma
terial That May Be Had
at the library.
The present week has been desig
nated by American libraries as "safety
first" week in juvenile literature. In
accordance with this decision. Miss
tdith Graham Covne. librarian of the
Carnegie public library in Kl Paso, has
prepared a list of books that are worth
while in the juvenile literary world, on
the shelves of the local library. It Is
hoped to induce the boys and Kirls of
Kl Paso to call for and read these
books. A list will be published each
day this week in The Herald. Follow
ing is the Xirst offering:
Altaheler, J. A. "Apache Gold." Describes
a boy hast for treasure In tke somJraut.
Hostile Apache Indians give the storr its
thrill, aad iUobk with the story much Inter
esting information aboat the cuff dwellers
and their ways is presented.
UtiUen, F. T. "Cnnse of the Cachalot."
"Tve never read anything that equals it in
its deep sea wonder and mystery, nor do 1
think that any book before has so completely
cohered the whole business of whale fishing,
and at the same time aicn such real and
new sea pictures." Hadard Kipling.
Brooks. Noah. "The Boy Kmlgrants." Oat
on the western plains, when a certain family
became so large that the pie wouldn't BO
round, two of the boys decided to strike out
for themselves. The story of their adventures
is told In "The Bfcy Kmigrants" which, pub
lished some little time ago, has been read
by boys with eager willingness ever since.
Dana. R. H. "Two Tears Before the
Mast." A voyage around the Horn and to
California, about 75 years ago. Remarkably
vivid and practical record. Leads all others
as the books best descriptive of the life of
the American sailor, and has, deservedly, be
come a sea classic.
Dodge. M. M. "Hans Brinker." The
story of a Holland boy. He and his com
panions make a trip on skates from the
Hague to Amsterdam. Holland is snd al
ways will be fall of oddity, courage snd In
dustry, and is rightly called the pluckiest
Uttle country on earth. It is a book that
will both interest and profit.
DouMeday, Russell. "Cattle Ranch to Col
lege" A true story of the life of a boy In
the far west: fighting Indians, hunting, rain
ing, -broncho-busting" and cattle ranching.
ueroe. xiamei. -xwibbum .. . -
ed on the actual experiences of Alexander
Selkirk, cast away on an uninhabited ttiana.
Br persistent industry he builds himself a
comfortable home- His difficulties are pro
digious, but by perseverance he overcomes
Duncan. N" "Adventures of Billy Topsail"
A story relsting to the experience of the life
of the fisher tads of Labrador. Clean, whole
some and stimulating. It contains as good a
dog story as over wss written. It is one of
the best modern books.
GrinneU. G. B "Jack, the Toung Ranchman.-
The story or a New York boy. who.
on account of his health, at the age of It
goes west snd lives on his uncle's ranch sis
. i. .. hl vneriences. tells
how he learns to ride and shoot, and of Ws
.merest in the .ndians and the SS?.
Indian relics, and of several exdUns hunts
for big game.
Inman. itenry. iw iwwn " -
hide " -Buffalo Bill." and Custer are char- ,
acters in this story of frontier life IhMd- !
sas. when wolves, panthers, coyotes and In-
dians were familiar sights to the ranchman.
Janvier. T A. "Artec Treasnie-House.
The plot of this story of adventure is wild
enough to satisfy the most dime-novel loving j
""iasefield. John. "Jim Davis." An - j
lent story it undoubtedly is. full of wOd ad- I
ventures, pursuits by lane and natUes by
sea. and it is told with a rare simplicity. ,
Monroe. Kirk. -TMrymates." A tale or !
the fishing backs off Newfoundland, full of ,
lively adventure. The story gives a jpaphlc ,
description of the varied dangers snd hard- ,
ships of the deep sea fishermen.
Paine. R. D. "Wrecking Master A story
of the Florida reefs, where the "?"? ?' !
saving wrecked ships Is one calling for skill,
daring and courage of a high order.
Peaon. B. L-.-Th. Voyageof the H.P-I
fill old sea captain po for a ?
boat. The adventures -which toey nave. .
ranging from the exciting rough U.e m2
ing to the ridiculous, as they explore the j
ijci cai( nicuiy
rormer many as sx
2 QEJ range from $3 to $5. (j1
dJj Your choice for any pair t
203 Mesa Ave.
SCHOBER FINE SHOES
All afternoon and oiarht trains for
today- are -reported on time.
Dr. Geo. R. Wells. Osteopath. 414-5
Mills Bldg:, Tel. 1876; Res. 1S86-J.
El Paso Distilled Water Co, Ph. 4S9.
Huerta Charged With Vagrancy.
Fidel Hoerfa has been arrested by
the constable's department on a charge
Dr. Eberf, dentist. 216-218 Mills Bids.
Dr. nca Keuni.Buckler Bid-over Elite.
XebntKka Dralnajre Law Upheld.
"Washington. D. C, Nov .29. The Ne
braska drainage law today was upheld
as constitutional by the supreme court.
Dr. Jamlrson has returned and re
sumed his practice. CIS Mills Bldg.
Charced With Cnrrylnp; Pistol.
Jesus Ayala. a Mexican from Juarez,
was arrested of .lower tvita Fe street
Saturday night by officer L. Hofran, for
carrying a pistol.
Dr. rtanchert, dentist. Mills Big. ph. 48S7
A onuB In Deported.
Everda Pina was arrested Sunday by
immigration authorities and deported
to Mexico on a charge of being an un
SUver King Cafe. SW San Antonio St
Dinner 25c Short orders. Home cook
ing. Moorheads, 610 E. San Antonio.
Two Charged AVIIh Carrying Pistols.
Ij. Sanchez and Jesus Ayala. who
were arrested by the police on charges
of carrying pistols, were transferred
T to the county court Sunday.
Dr. Carl Smith. 327 1st Nat. Bk. bide.
Uncliiladas and tamalas every night.
American and Spanish Cafe. 417 Mesa.
Dr. Ilryan, Dentist. Herald Bldg,
Intercedes For Rlrlt Killed.
Chicago. I1L. Nov. 29. Charles Pet
zel, a mall carrier who interceded when
he saw a man slap Mabel Carr, was
beaten and kicked to death by the man
Saturday night. Miss Carr and ten
others who had been in a saloon to- f
gether were arrested. Petzel, who was
31 years old, leaves a wife and baby.
Mission Macaroni, ask your grocer.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W Collins, physician In chief:
Dr M. Alklre. lady specialist: Dr. Carl
Gibson. 281 W Missouri street. They
cured others. They can cure you.
Telescope Maker Dies.
Cambridge, ilaps, Nov. 29. Carl A.
river, th bajm, 4h ocean and the small
towns af th ew EBfland coast make up
the story. -
SteveasoEC R. I 'TOdnape,!' Memoirs of
the adre&tores of dftvid Balfour In the
year 1751. Host he was kidnaped and cast
away; his mattering on a desert Isle; h
Journey tn the wftd Highlands; his acquaint
ance with Alan Breck Stewart and other
notorious Highland Jacobites, with all that
he suffered at the hands of his trade. Eben
eset Balfour of Shaws. falsely so called. One
of the best books of its kind ever written.
Stevenson. R. L. 'Treasure Island." A
tale of pirates and treasure trove. A boy's
book, fall of adventure, and also abounding
In beautiful descrlpUona in the nnione style
of the author.
Wallace, IMHon. "TSe 'Wilderness Cast
aways." A pampered New Tork yooth and
a sturdy sailor lad are lost from a bun tine
party In sub-Arctic regions and pass a win
ter of peril and hardship amid ice nd bar
ren coasts. A book that will make the
youthful blood tingle and at the same time
enhance youthful enthusiasm for the manly,
TVtss, J. D. 'Swiffs Family Robinson."
e wonderful bar-
offering in our slip-
5 i i f
wuincu uuugtit as
pairs. The values
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Robert I.undln. maker of manv of the
largest telescopes in the world, died
at bis home here Sunday. The great
40 inch telescope at the Yerkes Ob
servatory waa the work of Mr. I.undin.
as were the 36 inch objective in the
Lick Observatory and the bis; glasses
at the University of Cincinnati, and
at Amherst college.
Next time you eat try the Turf Cafe,
ill K. Overland St.
Mission Potato Ch?p, ask your grocer
Dr. Snltcrlcc, Osteopath, 410 Mills Bid;.
Jnpan Opposes Chinese Alliance.
Tokio, Japan. Nov. 2. Japanese
opinion, as expressed here. Is antago
nistic to China, entering into an alli-
t ance with the entente powers. Such
a development of the situation is con
sidered inimical to the doctrine that
Japan should hold the predominating;
role in cnina ami the urient.
Mission Noodles, ask your grocer.
Fresh vegtbis, fruits, game. Fulton Mkt '
Fresh cult fish,- oysters, Fulton Alkt.
Dr. Pcarcc Osteopathic Phys. & Sar.
302 Mills Bldg. Phone 4091.
13.000 Hales of Cotton Ham.
Pine Bluff. Arlc Nov. 29. Fifteen
thousand bales of lone staple cotton. '
valued at approximate 31.230,000,
burned here Sunday in a fire that de- '
stroyed the -warehousing sheds of the
Pine Bluff Compress company. A
blanket insurance policy covers the I
loss on the cotton, sparks irom pass
ing locomotives are believed to have
caused the fire.
I.oncrf ell Be careful of your baggage
checks. Leave at Longwell's. Tel. 1.
Sunny Monday bluing, ask your grocer.
Iletlred Capitalist Hnilx Life.
New Orleans. La, Nov. 29. Edward
Marx, 72, retired capitalist, and one
of the largest property owners in the
city, killed himself Sunday night in ,
his apartments here. j
Plckvrlrk Cafe. 40S N. Oregon. .
Fred C. Knoltenberj; announces he
has removed his law offices from 405
Caples Building to 301-302 Caples
Building. Phone S7S.
Fancy dressed poultry dally.Fulton Mkt
Negro is Lynched.
Henderson. Ky, Nor. 29. Kills Bock
ner charged with having attacked a
young girl Saturday night, was taken i
from the county jail here early Sunday ,
by a mob of about 50 masked men and
hanged to a tree. J
Dr. Jamleson, diseases or Kldney.Blad- j
aer. Skin and Rectum. CIS Mills Bldg. '
The story of a family of castadays; a mod- 1
era Robinson Crusoe, with an entire family
Instead of a single Individual. Has all the
power of the companion volume In cultivat
ing persistence and perreverence.
Bailey. R. R. "Sure Pop and the Safety
scouts. The national safety council has
directed the preparation of this book and
hopes that through its pases children will be
brought to realise the manliness of caution.
the Importance of courtesy and consideratiOQ.
IN LOVE SUIT
Providence. R. I. Letters and dia- j
monds and other costly gifts are to '
figure in the ?100,000 -mt for breach
of promise to marry, tie writ in' ad-
ttfSS ELZA6STH BAXTER
vanee of which. Miss Elizabeth L. Bax
ter, a pretty cashier of this city, has
just filed against Thorns- F. Burke, a
wealthy wholesale liquor merchant and
stockholder in several brewing con
cerns. Miss Baxter is 26 and Burke is 30,
and is said to hare inherited $1,000,800
from his father. According to Miss
Baxter, the affair bad progressed so far
that she and Burke had gone to Xew
York to pick ont the furniture for the
home under construction here, and
which was to have cost $15,000. She
declares that the toeak came when
liurke objected to her mother's livin
with them after the marriage. "
ClfArtOEIJ WITH CITTI.VR MIX'S
THItOAT; I1KLD TO Oil.VXn JCRV
Kirilio Varela was bound over to the
grand Jury Saturday on a charse of as
sault to murder, following his prelim
inary hearing before 'Justice J. M. Den
ver. His bond was fixed at $S80. Juan
KcnfUr.l land . .. -.i-a ..
.... j.a.uiu uu!, neia on inn I
same charge. wre released, the cases
... a. iucui irciuK uiamisseo. i
Lxaro Ancita. the complaining wit-
ness. stated that he win atiarti l,,. I
VareU at Fifth and Stanton streets
early in October, and that his throat
See Vm For Electrical Fixture to har
monize with your interior decorations,
if! a" KIr-r Mipply Co. J. B.
Binkley. Msr.. 349 Myrtle. Opposite
City Hall Park. Adv.
FOR COII, AXD WOOD 1MIOVB
KSY S, .EPF-M1LES COMPANY.
PnOMS KASY 8 FOr. COW, AND
NA3IK, NBPF-STILI2 COMPANY- Adv. I
See Xn For KIeetrI! Fixture to
harmonize -with our inlerfor decora
tions Kl l'axo nieetrlrnl Supply C.
.1 B Bit kle Mr 149 Mvrtlc. On
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Big Basement Store Is Full to Overffowing and Still
Maying Their Appearance From the Slock Rooms.
VALUES up to ?1J0 at 56e. Kre engines,
steam rollers, suto and anuqr others.
Some are slightly damaged but all worth double
25c Wooden Toys 19c
Including stables, booses and arks. All the
little folks like these toys and they are under
priced for Tuesday.
Hug Me Kiddies 19c
They are special at this price they usually
Kell for 25c A character doll that always
Stick Horses 95c
This is one of the most amusing toys we have
to offer. They are suitable for either inside or
out-of-dvors play. See tbera.
Oak Rockers $1.25
Children's good strong and substantially made
oak rockers. Made with leatherette seat. Tues
day at S1.23.
Shoo Fly at $1.95
Good sized comfortable shoo fly. Swinging-seat.
On Sale Tuesday at $1.45
This is "beyond a doubt Kl Paso's best Trimmed Hat Value. Every hat a new one; bo two alike; hand
somely trimmtd with flowers, fur and novelties. Every desirable shape and style is in titis lot- B
member there are onlv 50 of these new $5 00 Hats to be sold at this price. Come early aad get the hat
you expects to pay $5.00 for Tuesday at $1 4o.
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IIAHK llItKMiv. OX ItHEFs I
I'I E AStK SiA CDj IS DIE
' Tacoma. W asa . Nov. r!. The bark
Carelmapu broke in two on a reef oft
the west coast of British Columbia
"Thursday. Five were safely washed
ashore and IS lost their lives, accord
ing to reports Just received here. The
saved were Capt. Desholmes. three sea
men and one passenger. The captain
said that just before the ship struck
two boats were lowered and both were
A Smooth, White Skin
That Defies "Weather
Iurinc the comlnc months of bltlac; winds
ana ikcbk coia, 70U vno wonia Keep your 1
skins smooth, white and velvety ahosld tarn
yor attention to mercoUsed wax. Nothlns
else will so effectively remove a chapped,
roughened or discolored surface. By grada
sJIy absorMsc th weather-beaten cuticle,
th complexion Is kept in perfect condition,
and even the beauty of expression appears
more pronounced. If your skin is blotchy.
pimply, freckled, coarse, sallow or over- 1
red. why not ehed It? One ounce of ordinary
mercoltssd wax. to be had a, any druggists,
will comfftetely transform the most unsightly
complexion in less than a fortnight. Use
the wsx nightly. like cold cream, washing
it off mornings.
If weather, age or poor health lima marred
your face with wrinkles, here's sod news.
Ton can quickly remove erery Uu by using
a harmless, refreshing face lotion 1 repareU
by dtsnolving 1 oz. powdered saxol in $
pt witch hasei. The firmer, smoother skin.
the more youthful appearance, even after
one application, will astonish you. Adv.
Pecan Glace Brittle
25c THE LB.
Mesa Avenue and Tetas Strzec.
Trr or u.t inn.nir, ad chin sn.,re
r 6Tls3 & 4 c
'! "m m Atr JSt (r
Hundreds and Hundreds of El Paso's Children Are
Viewlne This Remarkable Disblau Eoeru Day. Our
Here Are Just a Few
Doll Cradles $1.95
WHITE enamel doll cradles and th.y are
only L95, too. These are very omi in
demand and H is advisable to make ;our se
Hobby Horses $4.95 to $14.50
Oar line of hobby horses is unusually complete.
You will find the prices entirely reasonable;
$4JS to $14-50-
You will find here an assortment of doll car
riages aad go-carts that is rmequaled in this
city, well made and substantial: price $IiO to
Every boy will appreciate these model and
erector toys. They are instructive as well as
entertaining. We have them pricel 5V to
For the little fellows. From the smallest red
rocker at 40c to the large roomy oues, ? 4J.
We Give 5&C Stamps
RaiTOH1WSJ 'J iVfil
Tell These People What You Want
They Will Respond Promptly
STATE NATIONAL BANK
XstablUaeu April. 1SS1 Capital. Sarplas and Profits. CStt.et&
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C K. MOREHBAD. President. II C K BASSETT, Vica PtmiUat,
JOSEPH ilAGOFFIN, V. Pr. GEO. D. FLOHT, CaaUcr.
L. J. GILCHRIST. At Cashier.
R. B. BIAS FUEL COMPANY
Better prepared than ever to serve
SPECIAL TUIIHg TO SCHOOL AXD COLLEGE CLIDS ON VL1.
We Furnl.h I-nll Kqalpmenrs. Guaranteed Flrat Clawi. Get Our Fpeclal Prler
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
P. O. llox 35 Phone I3S. 3l-393 So. EI Street
OPE.N PATLKPAV KVE.XIXGS TILL. S O'CLOCK
7S Cents a Quart
OSAPLK FLOOR AND FURNITURE POLISH.
We nave been making it for 14 jcara and it n e- vat.ia t . r.
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO.
210-212 N. Stantoa St. Phones 205-206.
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