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10 Wednesday, May 18, 1910. n'rm,mnm r e Want Your SSmSS3&& En Ei Paso the Ideal Section For a Summer Home Is rocery Subscription Fund Needs $5000 Homeseekers May Increase Attendance. Full quarts pure imported Oliver Oil, for Evaporated Cherries, per pkg. . TfnlTrF " 1 1 1 i I M 1 j t I 1 laving down town is unpleasant on account of the duSt, heat'and noise. Living too far from town means loneliness and lack of conveniences. Grandview Addi tion strikes the happy medium -far enough out to be quiet, cool and pleasant, but reached by two car lines and supplied with telephone- connection, electric lights and all other conveniences. No Interest, No Ta No Mort xes a 6 For the home builder Grandview offers exceptional opportunities. In the first place, Grandview lots are selling on easy terms $10.00 down, $5.00 a month enabling you to buy more than if you had a large cash payment to make. Then, Grandview lots are level requiring little or no grading. Again, Grandview has good soil so your homejoiay tie made beautiful with grass and flowers. And final ly, the advantages of Grandview Addition are being .generally .recognized and lots bought now will increase in value every month that you hold them. We are anxious that yon investigate to your entire satisfaction. Let us take .you out to Grandview; examine our books and -see "the 'kind of people who hae bought there; prove for-Yourself that Grandview Addition is the ideal home sec tion of El Paso. : . 3 tVfl,44V.Si..tJt.A Newm&n tfc: Cn S3SEZS Finn 'wyftx 226 Mesa Avenue Telephones 550-1550 fs pKj Fresh Eggs, per dozen 3 cans Pioneer Milk for .' -r 25c 25c 5c 25c yuc c 35c in j Plans conditional upon the financing- J of the El Paso Fair asso'ciatlon are now being made by the board of di rectors and the men who will get hz hind the El Paso fair this year. Among the plans which have met with th& general approval of the directors, is one to have homeseekers' tickets granted from all parts of the east, the middle west and north to El Paso dur ing the fair. These homeseekers' rates are now being issued on all cf the roads to California, and the plan is to have the same privilege granted as far as El Paso, and also tn nermit thr mov ing of side trips to the sections sur. rounding El Paso, includmng the Me- silla and El Paso alleys, the San i binon valley and other "fertile lands which are to be colonized. ItnfeH Wanted Ob All Ronds. These rates could apply on all road? leading to El Paso and by granting a sufficiently long stopover, the home seekers could visit the El Paso fair ' and by inspecting the exhibits and talking with the representatives of the various districts of the southwest, get i Information j much more valuable than, it would otherwise be possible to gain about the country in this section of ' the southwest. . Another reason for the holding the annual faiir and exposition is the pos sibilities of El Paso as a show place ' for the visitors from outside of the city and especially from the east. The (. skyscraper building will be well ad vanced, or will have been completed i by the time the fair is held, and as an advertising medium the skyscrapers , will be more of an attraction than the biggest fat girl on the side show j grounds. ( m Snbscrlpllions Xeeded. E. S. Rood, who has the canvass for I HI funds in charge, is making a per sonal call upon all of the old sub scribers in an effort to have their sub scriptions lncreasesd. and he is also making a strenuous effort to raise I nTlATUT TT? A T"JR 1?"B!T?. P.Cl 3 pkgs. Macaroni for 3 Kellogg's Corn Flakes for - 24 lbs. American Lady Flour, for Barrington Hall "Steel Cut" Coffee, per lb Blue Ribbon Coffee, per H STANDARD Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Bell Phones 367 & 348; Auto 1901 208-212 St Louis St. JB I. Suitan Company STATIONERY SPECIALISTS Embossing, Engraving, Printing 328 Texas St. Bell Phone 680 T.TXQ.OLCS YTAJS..:03irVATED FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY. , i Emancipation league, of the District of Columbia prepared a program for anniversary'exerclses In which a num- Ckicago Convention of 1SCC TVas the ber of men prominent inthe pubiicillfe Ffcst of Modern .Conventions, 3Iany' pectaoir; ueing jLtaaiztea. i Filty yearsago today ithelRepubli- Lincoln for president and ca'ns" nations iA.oraliam Li of the.natlon took part Monday nighty Jthe anniversary ofthe convening of tlte convention "1. -.' ' The Chicago conveTntionT- Tcnowri 'to history as the "Wigwam convention." XX unfliiil XI v-nl ?- -f rw -? rs. v-k.-re A n.-v4- i 1 oxUUiU ..uuu " l"c"1. " ; -tvas not only the most important po- cnicago. j utical conventlion ever held in the Though the big celebration of the states Decause of the issues semi-centennial which it was planned , raised by Jts platfornit but it also set on account of the lack of time to make the necessary arrangements, the the pace in numerous regards for all the national conventions since. Prior i rn 18fin tVir rnmrAnt?rkTt: "hart TiAPn rnm- anniversary was not to De allowed to parativeivtame.. ..Tney had been in the pass wholly unobserved. The Lincoln ' . - ..J- m. ' S A. nappy Ji'ather t is-sodn turned to a sadone- ifhe'lias to walk the floor eyeirynight'with a crying baby. McGee's Baby "Elixir will Tnake the child well; soothe xtsmerves, induce, healthy, normal slumber. Best ! loxr disordered bowels- and sour stom- i jabh all teething babies, need at. Pleas--aTifto take, sureV and safecontains no harnful drugs, i Price 25 and 50.cents per "bottle. Sold by all druggists. ' nature of semi-private assemblages, 4h,e.general public not,befng admitted in large numbers. - K Theconvention QflSGOwasthe first of the modern .'style- of conventions. It was the first tojhave a special build ing erected for it. At that convention telegraph wires Aand instruments were for the first time brought into a con vention building. For thefirst time large numbers of spectators were ad mitted and for the first time there was organized cheering and, planned de monstrations. - WiWVVVlVVVVVVV'VVVdVWSrVS By Charles Klein - v and Arthur Hornblow , I he m m M m n m. Jet a Jek& 3tiW A Narrative Qf Metropolitan Life Copyright. 1910, by G. W. Dillingham Co. Illustrations By Ray Valters 'CNST VVWVVWWVtiVS,VWWWWV SYNOPSIS Or.' PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Howard Jeffries marries waitress wllilevaUpollege and is disinherited Dy rich father.' Stepmother visits apart ments of her old flame, Robert Under w,bod, to try to prevent him ending his life when pressed by creditors. Howard, visiting Underwood, a former college mate, seeking a loan, is asleep in the apartments during the interiew anc as stepmother leaves.tjhderwood shoots himself. Howard awakens and Is ar- j rested and, by police third degree meth- oas, is maae to cpniess to tne crime. His wife seeks aid of his family. fir fiS&sE&f5 fit Hfcfc, mmS3tt&m i don't work for negroes i tmrBM O9 yearin El Paso. Plaza Block m W&S!FZ& , JJ g- " " ' - ' - I NEW YORK AND RETURN 1 1 VIA : i NEW ORLEANS j and Southern Pacific B S. Line I i . including Meals and Berth" on-Boat, f i . n sa ft jai v limit h ivmnrns I lstOlass 2d Class 3d Class I ' I $55?85 $52.05 $45.80 E I " 'or sailing cards, etc., apply to 1 j I W. 0. Mccormick, a. A. J. E. Monroe, 0. T. A. 1 U ST. REGIS HOTEL BLDG. S i 0 Try Tfic Herald Want Ads Fortuna.lus Questions iis Da x Say, Daddy, why are Cast Alumi num Plates better than rubber? Because, ITortunatus, they fit per fectly do not hurj the, soft -tissues, easily kept clean, are light and when you eat you can taste with" them, and 100, more reasons. "That's the house where the mur derer of Rqbert Underwood ived." The Immediate vicinity of the house the day thatthe crime was made pub lic was thronged with curious peo ple. The "blinds of the house were drawn down as if -to shield the in mates from, observation, but there were several cabs in front of the main entrance and passers by stopped on the sidewalk, pointing at the house. A number ofewspaper men stood in a group, gathering fresh material for the "next pdition. A reporter ap proached rapidly from Broadway and joined, his colleagues. "Well, boys," he said cheerily. "Any thing, doing? Say, myjpaper is going to have a bully story toVnorrow! Com plete account by Underwood's valet. He tells, how he caught the murderer jusbLas he was escaping from the apartment. We'll have pictures and everything. It's fine. Anything do ing here?" he demanded. "Naw," grunted the "others in dis gruntled tones. "We saw the butler." said one re porter, "and tried to get a story from him, but he flatly refused to talk. AH he would say was that Howard Jef fries was nothing to the family, that his father didn't care a straw what j became of him." "That's pretty another reporter. er all." "Oh, you don't -know old Jeffries," chimed in a third. "When once he makes up his mind you might as well try to move a house." The afternoon was getting on; if their papers were to print anything more that day they must hasten down town. "Let's make one more attempt to get a talk oufof the old man," sug- i gested one enterprising scribe. "All Tight," cried the others in chorus. "You go ahead. We'll fol low in a body and back you up." Passing through the front gate, they rang the bell, and after a brief par ley were admitted to the house. They had hardly disappeared when a cab drove hurriedly up and stopped at the curb. A yqung woman, heavily veiled, descended, ptid the driver, and walked quickly through the gates toward the house., a? Annie -tried to feel bra-v e, but her heart misgave her when she saw this splendid lome with all its evidence of tough!" exclaimed "He's his son, aft- (Continued From Yesterday.) -wealth, culture and refinement. It was the first time she had ever entered its gates, although, in a measure, she was entitled to look! upon it as her own home. Perhaps never so .much as now she realized what a deep gulf lay between her husband's family and herself. This was a! world she had never known-a world of opulence and luxury. She did not know how she had summoned up courage enough to come. Yet there was no time to be lost. Immediate action was neces sary. Howard must have the best lawyers that money could procure. Judge Brewster had been deaf ,to her entreaties, fie ha& declined to take the case. Shehad no money.' How ard's father must come to his assist ance. She would plead with him and Insist that it was his duty to stand ' by his son. SheJ wondered how he would receive her, if he would put her out or be rude to her. He might tell 'the servants to shut the door in her face. Timidly she rang the bell. The butler o'pened the door, and sum moning up all her" courage, she asked. "Is Mr. Jeffriesin?" To her utter amazement the butler offered no objection to her entering Mistaking her fQr a woman reporter, several of whom' had already . called that, morning, hesaid: "Go' right inSfthe library, madam; the other newspaper folk are there." She passed thr.ough the splendid re ception hall, marveling inwardly afc the beautiful statuary and pictures, no little intimidated at finding her self amid such splendid surroundings. On the left there was adoor draped with handsome , tapestry. "Right in theje miss," said the butler. ', She went in, ano: found herself in a room of noble proportions, the walls of which were, lined with bookshelves filled with tomes in'Tich bindings. The light that enteredthrough the stained glass windows cast a subdued half light, warm and rich in color, on the cr-"mson plush furnishings. Near the heavy flat desk in the center of the room a tall, distinguished man was standing listening deprecatingly to the half dozen reporters who were bombarding him--with questions. As Annie entered the room she caught the words of hfsreply: "The young man who has inherited my name has chosen his own path in life. I am grieved to say that his con duct at college, his marriage, has completely separated him from his family, and I have quite made up my mind that m no, way or manner can his family become identified with any steps he may fak"e to escape the pen alty of his mad'act. I am his father, and I suppose? under the circum stances, I oughtto say something. But I have decidecLnot to. I don't wish to give the American public any ex cuse to think tjiat I 'am palliating or condoning hisCi.cime. Gentlemen, 1 wsh you goodday' Annie, who had been listening in tently, at once saw her opportunity. Mr. Jeffries had taken no notice of her presence, believing her to be a newspaper writer like the others. As the reporters took their departure and filed out of the ipbm, she re mained behind. As the last one disap peared she turned to the banker and said.: "May I 3peak to you a moment?" He turned quickly and looked at hr in surprisk For the first time he was conscious of her presence. Bow ing courteously, he shook his head: "I am afraid I can do nothing for you madam as I've just explained to your confreres of the press." Annie looked up at him, and said boldly: "I am not a reporter, Mr. Jeffries. I am your son's wife." (TO BK CONTINUED) B? K .La.sj-? 1 -sr--ejtSOAJS Ej-j1 m a M &m AL P&3 1 3!b I m 2ez J7XK isEsr R BY y.y 7SEA1ED5QXES SUGAR FQR TEA AND GOFi GROCERS EVERYWHERE! T-tiSjftas'zssss ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS Independent Assay Ofifse M JfirfraSSfeS ga5ey' ESTABLISHED 1396. D. W. Rxckkart. E.M., Proprietor. Agent for Ure Shippers Assays and Chemical Analysis. Mines Examine and Reported Upon, dullion Work Specialty. p Q Box S0 Office and Laboratory: Ccr. San Fraackss k CttenkaaSta. SL PAO. TEXAS. Assay urncs i CIUTCHTT A FERGUSOX. I Suocasaors t Hurhea Crltchttt. A.s&yers. Chemists. Mctallurciau. Asreats rr Or Shippers. iZZhi San Fi&nclscc St. l'hona in the 5000 necessary to finance the 1310 fair. The directors are also assis'Ins' in the canvass for funds and a whirl wind campaign to raise the needed 55000 will be continued durirg the re mainder of the week. TVork on the catalog for the fall fair, the entry li.-ts j j and feature attractions have not y3t been attended to, but it will be neces sary to decide definitely upon the prop osition of holdlins a fair this year be fore it is too late to secure the hih cla;s attractions which go to make up a firstclass exhibition. The catalog was ready for distribu- tion by June 2 last year, and the work t on the new one will require much more ( time because of the additional entry . must be added. For this j ctive work on the prepa- j rations for the fair must begin not later than the first of next week when j it is hoped to have the final $5000 raised by popular subscriptions among i the friends of the fair In El Paso. j BAGGAGE AITD MOVING PROMPT ATXENTIOIT 3ell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 1961 109 UAJS ST. BAGGAGrE phoht: bell 1 auto 1001 Will be rip right away. Careful mem- Reasonable price. LongwelFs Transfer 11S SAN FRANCISCO ST. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets will clear the sour stomach, sweeten hp breath and create a healthv annetlte. They promote the flow of gastric juice, j thereby inducing good digestion. Sold by all dealer. REMOVED to Ellis Bldg. 110 S. Oregon Ellis Bros. Printing Co. LAS PALOMAS HOT SPBIffGS Cures Rheumatism Eighteen miles west of Engle, X. M., on the Rio Grande, stage line daily from Engle. Good hotel accommodations. "Write for information. BAEFOOT BROS. General Merchandise Store. Engle, N. M. ama Colony The Paradise of the Pacific Best Irrigated Area In Mexico The Eftferiiaiional Realty Company of Mexiet Gity has bought, and offers for sale, 66.000 acres of the choicest River bottom alkrvium at "Bobelama," State of Sinaloa, Mexico. Abundant water from the Sinaloa River is delivered to each purchaser at the highest point on his land- Land also fronts on ocean shore and two harbors afford facilities for ocean transpcrtation by coasting steamers. Everything that one can expect to raise in this latitude can be grown profitably here. Three crops of gome kinds, if desired, and alfalfa, about ten cuttings. Climate is ideal. Trade wind tempers summer heat, while nearness to ocean prevents frost and mean range of temperature is but 30 degrees, 60 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Elevation 20 to 40 feet above sea level. Propert-v liea about fifteen miles below the Racioa. or Naranjo, Stations of the R. Y. C. and Pacific Railway, to wihich a spur track will be built, affording the best and lowest rates for freights and fares. To those buying now, these lands will be sold at bed rock price of $20.00 U. S- Currency per acie, payable in three instalments, one-third cash, balance in one and two years with SSc per annum interest on deferred payments. All of the water required for irrigation of each tract will be furnished by the Bebelama Water Company at price of $2.00 U. S. Cur rency per acre per annum perpetually. General lienry Ide Willey, the distinguished Irrigation Engineer, in his report upon this project, states that: ( "In all respects it presents phenomenally favorable features, nothing equaling it has ever been found by me in ail my extensive experience." The land is divided into tracts of about 60 acres area each, or 250x1000 meters, and not less than 30 acres can be bought until the contemplated Town Sites are segregated. For information concerning this land apply to E. H. CONWAY, President INTERNATIONAL REALTY COMPANY Mexico, D. F. Douglas & Eaton on the land, or at Bamoa, Sinaloa, Mexico. Humboldt Exploration Company, 50 Church Street, New York City. A. P- Coles and Bros., El Paso, Texas, and Col. Allen T. Bird, of "Oasis," Nogales, Sonora. 3 J.