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12 "Week-End Edition, April 1-2, 1916.
EI PASO HERAIJJ
g2.QD0.0D0 WORTH OF BUILDINGS;
EL PASO LEADS THUS IN ED
shied cnrii jip
JUTS IP JBT1EIT; 0
First Three Months of New Year Breaks All Records;
$700,000 Court House, $250,000 Department Store;
New High School and Many Homes Now Being
Built; Valley Lands Also Moving Well.
ITH over SI.OOO.OOO worth or
const ruction work under way
lust roninletcd. anil with
J J0ti fn work authorized by the
. t -v buildiiiK inspector during the first
ilireo months of the present ear. El
iino atandB at the head of Texas cltiea
In l.uildinp .ic tilt
The lan.i"5t work under way la the
$700,000 courthouse. Construction work
on this huildinir Ik now well advanced,
u ith roncroto now being poured for the
fust floor jhove the ground floor mil'
the forms (coins up for the second
"l.irv. On tin' $'.00,000 hij,h school
IiVk k' woik on the wall is now well
i.inced and it is believed that the
building vill hae been completed for
I ha opening of the next school year.
Hip Popular More.
Concrete is now being poured for the
pi ound floor of the new six-story build
ing for the r-opular Dry Goods com
pany, at ban Antonio street and Mesa
ivenue. to cost completed and equipped
1 xcavation work ha started on the
i rw seven-story Roberts-Banner build
inc at the corner of Stanton and Mills
M reefs, to tost onjpleted and equipped
SI 50.000 These and numerous other
hmaller business buiMings. together
w ith i large amount of residence con
struction work, brings the total of
building to above $2,000,000.
evr l'oor Farm.
Bids will be opened by the county
I'nmmissioners on April 10 for tne new
building for the county poor farm.
Bids have been invited on brick, tile
nd adobe, and It ia probable that the
building will cost in excess of $15,000.
'I he building will be one and two
-.ones In height. In the basement will
lx located the laundry, vegetable room.
tnd storage and fuel rooms. The first
1loor will consist of two dormitories,
two bath rooms, wash room, dining
loom, kitchen and lounging room. The
second floor, which will rise from the
enter of the building, will contain a
dormitory and lavatory. The building
w ill have three wings radiating from
the .center, with connecting porches
11 around Braunton & Leibert are
lie the architects.
Texan Street structure.
Bids w ill be opened on Monday for
the new Goldoft Bros building at the
southeast corner of Texas and Kansas
streets The Htructme will be three
stories in height, replacing a one-story
building. The first floor will contain
a store room, while apartments and
single rooms will be provided In the
second and third stories The struc
ture will cost about $40,000. Braunton
& leibert are the architects
There has been considerable activity
in valley lands recentlj. The largest
deal announced during the present
week was the sale to Norwood Hall of
the John O'Sbea farm, three miles
above Canutlllo The farm compnses
100 acres largely Improved and the deal
included all buildings, implements and
stock -.The consideration was $25,000.
The Whlte-Paden Realty company
made the deal.
20 Acres In 1 alley.
The San Jose Farms company $old to
T H. Carter 20 acres of land down the
valley in the San Jose district for
$7000. or $350 per acre. The land is in
airalfa. The "VVhite-Paden Realty com
pan negotiated the deal.
City sales made by the White-radon
Uealty company Include the following:
John Porter to Mrs. Alice de KrahL
three-room house at 2711 Nashville
street: consideration $1100.
H. A. Taylor to W. D. Cromer, three
room cottage on Copper street; consid
TV. E. Baskin to M. I Burkhesd, lots
21 and 22, block 19, Altura Tark; con
J. I. Chapln to Juan Larrlzola, four
room bungalow in the 3500 block on
Tularosa street; consideration $3450.
Krrn Place ale.
The Kern Place Realty company an
nounced the following sales:
J. C. Rous to a I North, lots 8, S.
and 19, block 35. Alexander addition;
J. C. Rous to M J. Cope, lots 1, 2 and
3. and 6 and 7, block 35. Alexander addi
tion; consideration $2500.
J. C. Rous to Miss Corinne M. Clark,
lots 4 and 5, block 35, Alexander addi
tion, consideration $900.
Ilnny Home Sale.
The Security Realty company an
nounced the following sales:
A. II. Golsteia to G, W. Forster, lots
M. F. Downs Purchases the
Boice Flats For $35,000
From L. V. Carroll.
The Boice apartments, at 606 Texas
street. have been sold to M F. Downs,
of Silver Oit, N M. bv I V Carroll,
for $35,000. These apartments occupy
three and a fraction lots on Texas street
and the building is a pne stor brick
Wallace (Sardner hav c acquued a
one-fifth interest in the W. W Wilev
property at the foot of Oregon strtet in
return for attornej's fees in a suit re
cently tried in which the city sought to
open up Oregon street through the
S iley property and to condemn a part
of this property through which the
street would go if it was opened to the
ri. cr No monetary consideiation was
15 .and 16. block 41, Government Hill,
R. D. Healvej to C E Home, lots 5
and 6. blok 101. Uast i:i Paso, con
Security Realty company to R A
Young, lots 15 and 16. block 25, Gov
ernment Hill, consideration $600.
M. J. Brennan to Mrs Rose Fenner,
four room bouse in the 3700 block on
Tularosa street, consideration $1100
3L M. Gamble to G T. Taylor, iool
hall in Angelus hotel; consideration
W. J. Harris and wife have sold to
Hattie Hiilebrand the south one-half of
lot IS and all of lots 16 and 17. block
45, Hart addition, the consideration be
ing $12,500 The ileal includes improve
ments The property is located on the
east side of Oregon street, lretween Rio
Grando and Montana streets
TWO NEW HOUSES SELL FOR
$10,500 IN CASTLE HEIGHTS
Two new houses in Castle Heights
Jiave been sold at a total consideration
One was sbld recently to Harrv Swain
on San Diego street, lots 31 and 32, in
block seven on San Diego street, for
The other was sold Fndaj to Leon
ard Pence on San D'ego street and co -ers
lots four and five of block three of
the Castle Heights addition.
The sales were made by the Colej
Building and Real Kstate company,
which constructed them.
Prepared in the good old fashioned
ira flavor "Deliciously Different" ou
are sure to like Sulsberger's Majestic
Hams and Bacon Advertisement
W. M. Laughlin to Start
Work Monday on Two
Work will start Monday morning on
the excavation work for the first of
two large bachelor apartment houses
to be built in the 300 block on West
Missouri street for W. M. Laughlin
.lolK &. Morris have the contract for
The first is to lie located at 325 West
Missouri, and. in the construction the
present building will be utilized with
an addition of 25 feet on the front and
a larger addition to the rear. The
front portion will be three stories in
height The ground floor will contain
the office, quartets for the lessee and
the steani heating plant. The two
npper floors will extend the full length
of the propertv and will contain 32
looms, and nine baths.
Adjoining tbls Building, at No. 327,
w ill ' another buildinj- of the same
general construction, containing 16
rooms and five baths. The rooms in
oach are so arranged that rooms will
he rented singly or in suites of two and
The frbnt elevation will contain bal
conies on each floor and there will be
a Spanish tile effect above the cornice.
The two buildings will coat about
Mi Liughlin is now having plans
prepared for his new family hotel to be
built on West Franklin street This
structure will contain about 12 rooms
and will cost fully 50,000
Chickens Suffering From
Insomnia Cause War Scare
Because his chickens started souawk
ing about midnight a man who lives at
Cinecue Park, down the valley, tele
phoned to the police that Mexicans
were raiding his place.
The police, deputy sheriffs and pro
vost guards went to the house in the
valley and failed to find anything mdre
than the chickens, which were suffer
ing from Insomnia.
All afternoon and night trains for
today are reported on time.
I)r. . T. still. Osteopathic Infirmary,
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. George R. Wells; Dr. Carl Gibson.
201 W. Missouri street They ctlred
others. They can cure you.
LucTrell Bo carerul of jour bayrK
checks. Leave at Longwell'a. TL L
Duke of Averna Dies.
Rome, Italy, April 1. The duke of
Averna. who was Italian ambassador
to Austria-Hungary when Italy de
clared war on Austria, is dead.
Dr. Banchert, Dentlit, Mill. Bldr. Pi. 4117.
TA Piio Sd Co. Open Evenings.
519 San Antonio. Opp Court House.
Caunot work loose in the new spec
tacle Mounting. Geo. D. Kendall, 22S
Mesa Ave. Makes Glasses Right Adv.
El Paio Seed Co. open Evenings.
519 San Antonio. Opp. Court House.
Correspondence School Head Bankrupt.
Scranton, Pa.. April 1 Thomas W.
Foster, president find founder of th!
International Correspondence School of
this city, Friday filed a petition in vol
untary bankruptcy in the United States
Court. In his petition Mr. Foster
places his liabilities at $678,351 and his
assets at $163,735, mainly made up of
stock holdings in various companies.
He declares that he has but $150 cash
in hand and bank deposits of but $290.
Mnrray Grocery, 805 N. Oregon. Ph. 1721
Dr. Byers, dentist, over Union Cloth's Co.
Rush Government Railroad.
Seward, Alaska. April 1. -Track and
bridge work on the main line of the
government's railroad out oC Anchor
age is being rushed with a force of
more than 1000 men. Trains are run
nlnc'from Anchorage as far as Eklutna
and will be operated to Matanuskat
Junction, 36 miles from Anchorage, as
scon as the bridge over the Knlk river
is completed, which will be within the
next three weeks.
Dr. Ebert, dentist. 216-213 Mills Bid?.
C. . Klnnr Co.. Insurance and Real
Estate r. W. Williams, Manager In
surance Dept Xo. 325 N. Oregon street
Confer on Preparedness.
New York, April 1. Col. Theodore
Roosevelt and Klihu Root met at lunch
eon Friday at the home in this city ef
Robert Bacon, former ambassador to
France. The other guests were senator
Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts
and MaJ. Gen. Leonard Wood. CoL
Roosevelt said after the luncheon, that
the conference has to do only with
1 Paso Distilled Water Co, Fh. 489.
Hardware Team 'Wants Game.
The Momsen-Dunnegan-Rvan com
panj's baseball team lias issued a chal-
team for a game Sunday morning. The
hardware team is one of the best in
the city among the amateurs and is
looking for other games.
Dr. "loung, Morgan Bldg., 207 Mesa
Ave.. Blood, Skin, Stomach, Kidneys,
Bladder and Nervous Diseases.
Son Drug Co. Thones 791-792.
l llson Taken Weekend Trlp.
Washington. D. C April 1. President
Wilson left Washington late Friday
night with Mrs. Wilson on the naval
acht Maj flower, for a weekend trip
ilow n the Totomac and Chesapeake
ba He expected to be away until
Sunda night or Monday morning.
OTICr. TO HEIICIIAATS.
I,I, MARCH HILLS AtiAIISST THE
riTY OF III. PASO. INCI.UDCSG WA
Tlllt MOHKS IJIIIT, MUST HE I MY
OFFICE T CITY HALL OT LVTEIl
TH" APRIL 5TII, OR PV1MKVT
WILL BE DELAYED TJTIL MAY 3D.
E. W. HWGIIT,
Chinese Governor Assssslnnted.
San Francisco. CaX, April 1 A cable
El pm from Hong Kong received here
Friday night by a local Chinese news
paper said the governor of Canton
province had been assassinated by his
troops and that the province had de
clared its independence of the central
"I have moved my law office
316-17 Tirst Natl. Bank Bldg."
3100 any case genito-urinary disease,
I can't cure, 1 week. Dr. Keeley, Euro
pean Specialist Over Union Clo. Co.
llrouch dominated in Arkansas.
Little Rock, Ark.. April 1 Dr Chas
II. Brough of Fayettevllle, until re
cently professor of political economy in
the University of Arkansas, was nom
inated for governor in the Democratic
state primary which is equivalent to
election. Ills plurality will exceed
El Paio Seed Co. upen Evenings.
519 San Antcnlo. Opp. Court House.
While Cafe i best place to eat; for
quail t j -service. 165 B, San Antonio.
Mersey Strike Ends.
Liverpool, Kng April 1. The Mersey
dock strike has ended. The men re
turned to work today.
Otteopsthy $1, op. Dr. Kldwell. Herald Bldr.
Dr. Anna Retun, Buckler Bid. over Elite.
40 British Sailors Lose Lives.
London. Entr. ADril 1. During the
blizzard of last Tuesday night, between
Ienge to the E. P & S. W. baseball 40 and 45 bluejackets belonging to the
TJ. S. Expert Says Sunshine
and Fresh Water Will
Drive Scourge Away.
AH hoj: pens should 1 I J "
thoroughly distnfotted ami i-
exercised in the handling lie 1 j if
fected ho pp. Dr. Frank I: Inn v
erinary field agent of ilie I i ' ! t
bureau cf arum tl tiidutr till i n i
I'aso 1 1 og" Ha i se rs annoi. ia t io 1 1 I J y
evening at the thamber of t " n
Dr Joiips ariHetl in IA V i- I iJ
morning from utin and will b 1
several da m thr .ity in the int' r 'a
of hop raising m thf Rio Grando v tL
Graphic llluntr itions of hoUra '
Texan were riui !y Dr ,lnnr w
stated that at tno present time th
were 90 conntifi m the ntato in li 1
there weie noli r. affe r 1 nu.
"Wajs and mcin of comlntp - t
diveaae were spoken of by t'f i- Mi
eterina13, in addition to s! it hut ' r
clean pn whote th sun wmiM pen
trate were the greatest enemies of
"By all mt-ans do not allow war r
holes on our hog farm, a tboy p
great breeders of i liolera germs f '
Dr. Jones Plint of sunlight ani
clean pens keep tholera awa
"I think that a dipping at is i, n -essary
to a hog farm as a -rsnifni e rr
the average man. There nre mar fr
fectlve solutions that Mill deM.i ?
lice and which are economical '
At the conclusion of his tali 1
ones answered nil questions -. i
by the local hog raisers present
British light cruiser Conquest lo the
lives while attempting to retra to
Eat at SaToy Cnfe, 110 S. Stanton.
Kat at noItonVr, Get a, dih of Ti
Chili. 210 X Stanton.
M llnun TiuOh lUxthop Mrniory
Washington, I. C-, April 1 Pre
dent "Wilson and secretary of the nj
Daniels were among- the poak-i
an open session held Fridav night
the Baltimore conference of th M. tl
dist Episcopal hurch in commeni u
tion of the loth anniversary of
death of bishop Francis Asbur rr
president paid tribute to bishop sbj
as "a knight errant In the inters '
rescuing the soul" and urged the ia
Ing of a monument to him In 'ttdMi
-Best Coffee in fTr
Mexican rent collections, Xee Kewma
Beautifully finisher serving trays in mahogany, mission
and Circassian walnut with glass covered inlaid bottoms.
Sue 10x16 inches. d1 f(
Special each . . .P 1 JJ
From the Basement
Ready-to- Wear Section
$1.50 WAISTS 49c
The low price placed on these women's
waists does not indicate their true
alue but being slightly soiled we are
determined to quickly rid our stock of
this lot. They come in lawn, crepe,
voile, rice cloth and with either long or
short sleeves. Really worth to $1.50,
but now 'going fQ-
Lace and embroidered collars in many
styles. Many among them are worth
to $1.95. Dainty lace, lawn, organdie
and embroidery styles are included.
2! 15c ..39c
CHILD'S SUN BONNETS
Children's sun bonnets with pleated
ruffle in neat checks, also in plain
colors. Pink, blue and white predom
inate. Monday, 1Q
Lawn and percale dressing sacques fn
neat figures and floral designs. You
will find a great saving in these when
buying Monday AQ
at each TT7 C
Gingham dresses for children in sizes 6
to 14 years. The styles are good and
the colors are washable. A very good
bargain will be your verdict when you
see them. CGp
apron offering tliat trill ap-
the glngliam used is a
good quality and will give long
service. The trimming is plain.
The price is low at each 39c.
Como to our down stairs store
Monday for the savings will be
in the Bedding Section of
Our Down Stairs Store
BED SPREADS $1.25
Full size hemmed; crochet bed spreads in a good heavy quality and neat
woven designs. Each, $1.25.
10-4 SPREADS $1.48
Scalloped crochet spreads with cut corners in the 10-4 size. These are
of a superior quality and arc worth more than odr Monday price of $1.48.
SHEETS AT 50c
72x90 hemmed sheets cither bleached or unbleached and of a good heavy
quality. Special each, Monday, 50c.
Large size fringed crochet spreads with cut corners. A spread worthy of
special consideration as the quality is extra good. Unusual as to price, at
Everybody's Add, 1500 Feet Floor Space
We will add at once 1500 square feet of selling space affecting sixteen departments
of our store. This expansion means we are straining every effort to keep pace with
our rapidly growing business and sparing no expense to develop and improve our
store and its service in appreciation of your liberal patronage and your substantial
encouragement of our policy of ONE PRICE TO ALL and that the CORRECT
32-inch madras and percale suitable for men's and
boys' shirts in neat stripe effects. f F
Priced per yard ujC
40-inch voile and organdies which come in dainty
floral combinations. An item that should have your
attention as the price is especially f
low. k Per yard uuC
40-inch novelty eed voiles in all the newest color
combinations, including the new stripe Q J
and floral combinations. The yard OuC
40-inch printed stripe and polka dot voiles in both
wide and narrow stripe effects. .Special "1 Q
at per yard XcC
Dress Goods, At 59c
FOUR BIG SPECIALS
36-inch checked suiting in a medium weight foi coats,
coat suita and skirts in small, medium and large size
checks. The colors are naiy, brown, green, and CQ
black and white. Per yard. .. . .OiC
36-inch Palm Beach suiting of medium weight in
natural color and hair line stripes. Guaranteed CQ
to wash. Per jard DtC
Chenej's kimona silk. 32 inches wide in new designs.
The color combinations of floral, Persian and CO
Oriental designs are new. Per jard . ,Jt
36-inch wash silk of good Uaj- quality in sport stripes,
hair line stripes and floral designs. All Sml colors in
me new color combination. i
A Timely Arrival
56 New D
made of taffeta is featured. A stunning effect is obtained
111 the combination of black, blue and green stripes. The
short eoatie has the bolted effect with buckle and sash
Here is a satin stripe combination of taffeta which is sure to be admired.
The colors brown and black are cleverly combined in an effective way.
The skirt is pleated.
Another taffeta beauty in brown and navy blue has a fancy waist with
Georgette crepe sleees. Fly pockets add much to the looks of this dress.
Real elegance is shown in every line.
An adequate description cannot be given here so we iiigc
you to personally inspect this dress showing. The selling
of these ilrcssri should lie an event, as the Jirico at which thcr
are offered is extraordinary. Xone (J. 0. U. No mail oruois
filled. None on approval. This low price prohibits. 'Valine
?15 to ?1S.7.. Mondav, jour choice
WHICH MEANS THAT THERE
ARE NOT OVER TWO OF A KIND.
WE BRIEFLY DESCRIBE A FEW
OF THE STYLES BELOW:
One very dressy dress of channeuse
with rose embroidered girdle, Zouave
jacket, Georgette sleeves, turn back
cuffs and scalloped
tunic and beautiful
f louee skirt.
Another elegant dress
is made with new em
pire waist line, full
skirt with heavy cord
Tassei. t n e
made of georg
ette crepe in
rose and pearl
d r c s s
Real Leather Bags
Real leather hand bags in crepe seal, morocco and also
a few very good styles in silk moire, ail nicely lined and
fitted. Some have safety lock catch. We are only ask-
We feature many well known and nationally adver
tised brands of women's and children's underwear
among which we handle EXCLUSIVELY The Munsiag
and American Underwear Co's. lines.
SILK LISLE UNIONS
Silk lisle union suits for women and children with plain
tops and reinforced crotch. Colors, pink tf - ff
and white. Kaeh tpl.UU
LISLE UNIONS 50c
lisle union suits, with plain or shell tops, Cfk
tight or loose knee. Each.., JjC
Women's V shaped yoke v ests in all size". r j '
at 2 for uOC
J It J ,N
Choose a Corse
AtYour Own Price
We Have a Large Line of
R. & G. CORSETS
Priced at $1.00 to $5.00
A complete line of the famous R. & G. corsets in high
and low bust and in long and medium lengths. In
each price we have flesh and white brocades and plain
materials; also a heavy coutil for the stout
figure. Selling at most any price you
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The Boys Will Like T
CLOTHES THAT APPEAL
now often have jou remarked that if the
boy's trousers were not worn out he could
still secure much wear trom the coat. We
have guarded against this very thing by giv
ing two pants with each suit which insures
almost double service.
SUITS AT $4.95
Bovs' two-pant suits in Norfolk style "patch
pockets and lined knickers. Colors, brown,
tan, grey and green mixtures. Ages 6 to IS
years. Worth more, but priced JJ1 QC
BLUE SERGE SUITS
Suits for boys in sizes 6 to 18 years. Fine
quality Uue serg, Norfolk st les, extra qual
ity linings, patch pockets. tC Cfl
Good serge values at PD0"
Ilojs' nainsook union suits, si7.es 24 to 3t, in
knee length and sleeveless. A great ftp
big value for the money. Special.... fciOC
BOYS' NIGHT SHIRTS
Itovs' muslin night shirts in white with pink,
hluc with navy trimmings, bizes 1 to Cf
12 yrars. ou can buy these at carh OUC