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Spent in reading the For Rent columns will save you hours when room or house hunting. The Herald carries every vacant room or house worth advertising. NOTICE TICKETS HO Lit O AD 1ACH THE SLUMNS. ADS. IE FOR YOU. Fotices. DINANCE of Fire Marshal. Pre tties Thereof, Proviil- ttennnce ami Prescrib- pr Violations- NED BY THE CITY E CITY OF EL PASO: office of Fire Marshal Id. Such office shall be Bother city departments, fal reporting: directly to Citv Council. Such or- lillpf! hv annointment bv and with the consent or i ALbi: Legal Notices. in open meeting of the City Council at two legular meetings thereof, and therefore, by the unanimous vote of the Aldermen present and with the consent of the Mayor, the said rule is here now suspended. Passed and approved this the 16th day of June. A. D. 1910. W. F. Robinson, Mayor. :il, within ten days after shall take effect. The rshal shall be properly I the duties of his office I removed only for cause). ylve an annual salary of payable in monthly In- ! full compensation for his he Fire Mnrsnal shall In- Icause. origin and circum- -ry fire occurring witnin Paso, by wnich property troyed or damaged, and liy make investigation as Ich fire was the result or desiern. Such investlga- egun within twenty-four liclurfing Sunday, of the such fire. The J? ire Jiar- 2P in his ornce a recora fecurring within tne city, all facts, statistics and including the origin of the amount of the loss, determined by the inves- tired by this ordinance. lhall at all times be open Ipection. Ihe Fire Marshal when in Irther investigation ia nec- fcake or cause to be taken on oath, of all persons )e cosrnlzant of any facts lans of knowledge in rela- rtter as to which an exam- ein required to be made. e the same to be reduced nd if he shall be of the here is evidence sufficient y person with the crime hvith the attempt to com- of arson, or of conspiracy criminal conduct, in con- such fire, he shall cause b be arrested and charged Inse or either of them, and :o the proper prosecuting such evidence, together Is of witnesses and all of n obtained oy him, m- of all pertinent and ma- taken in the case. he Fire Marshal shall r to summon and compel of witnesses before him relation to any matter e provisions of this ordi- t of inquiry and Investl- iy require the production laper or document deemed feto. The said Fire Mar- authorized and empow- ilster oath and affirma- ersons appearing as wit- him, jnd false swearing j or proceeding aforesaid ry and shall be punished I.' -witness who refuses to ,-ho refuses to testify or any lawful order of said or who falls or refuses to book, paper or document matter mide- examina- Is guilty of any contemptu- lafter being summoned to y In relation to any mat lvestigation as aforesaid. ted guilty of a mi;demean- 11 be the duty of the Fire lake complaint against oaid rsons so refusing to corn- summons or order of said before any justice of the (magistrate or in any court thin the city, and upon the :h complaint, such cause In the same manner as il cases and upon convic such person guilty of a the provisions of this ordi- Ibe fined in a sum not ex- lty-five dollars ($25.00) or it tor not exceeding C. W. Fassett, City Clerk. Legal Notices. the time of signing of the contract. All bids must be filed with the City Clerk on or before 10 oclock a. m. July 14th, 1910. The City of El Paso reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Passed and approved this, the 30th dav of June, 1910. W. F. Robinson. ' Mayor. AX ORDINANCE To License, Tax and Regulate anil to Suppress and Prevent Hawker or i cuuiera in ine liiv ui ii rusu, Texas. ' BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EL. PASO: Section 1. That the calling or busi ness of street venders, hawkers or ped dlers trafficking in meats, vegetables, fruits or other produce for human con sumption are herewith controled and regulated under Sections 7i and 98 of the City Charter as hereinafter pro vided. Section 2. That all Individuals selling or offering for sale any articles of food upon the streets, alleys or public places of the City of El Paso of the nature above set forth, before pursuing such occupation shall make application to the City Council of the City of El Paso for a permit to pursue said busi ness or vocation. Section 3. That the receipt of a per- For S ale Real Estate. For Sale Real Estate. 20 ACRES OF FINE LAXD 24 miles below Ysleta, good outlet, near new county road. Partly cleared: no better buy in the valley. See this before you buy if you want any land. One thi-d cash, balance 1 and 2 years. PETERMAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO., Ysleta, Tex. 226G 4 rings blacc. ALFALFA RANCH. We have a 200 acre ranch with 8 room house near Las Cruces, on which the price has just been reduced 10 per cent. Most of this land Is in alfalfa and it is one of the prettiest and most productive ranches in the valley. Price only $135 per acre, with easy terms. 205 ACRES, . 3 miles west of Las Cruces. raw land, but lays exceptionally well and price is only $40 per acre, JA cash, balance 1. 2 and 3 years, or will di vide either of the above places to suit. 0 ROOJI COTTAGE. One of the swellest and most upto date in town, and price is only $4500. It faces east. S R003I 2 STORY Red pressed brick home on Nevada St.. 1100 block, and price of $6500 is mit from the City Council to follow j below the market. Immediate posses sion can be given. 7 ROOM, RIO GRANDE ST., On 1JA lots,, red pressed brick, paved street. 1100 block. Price cut to $5500 for quick sale. The lots are worth $3000. This won't last long. ROOMING HOUSE. On N. Oregon St.. close in. Pays well and price is only $700. ARIZONA STREET Building site for sale at $1150. It's the cheapest site in town. FIVE ROOM BRICK On California St. only 2 blocks from Arizona St. car line. It faces south and price is $3250. You couldn't dupli cate the place for the price asked. W. F. PAYNS. Phone 1250. Angelus Hotel Bldg. led, however, that any per- :tea snail have the right of investigations held bv or irection of the Fire Mar- his discretion, be private, other than those reauired Int may be excluded from there such m-'-estigation Is fitnesses may be kept sepa- n.rt irom eacn other and not hommunlcate with each oth by have been examined. The Fire Marshal shall ithority at all times of dav n the performance of the bed upon him by the provis s ordinance, to enter upon lie any building or premises fire has occurred, and other land premises adlomincr or I me. The Fire Marshal, unon of any person having an in- ly Duiiding or property adla- Iwith-out any complaint, shall rnt at ail reasonable hours. Irpose of examination to en- ma upon all buildlnjrs nnd Ivithin the city, and it shall quarterly or more often. Ipon and make or cause to he lon and made, a thorough ex- oi an mercantile, mannfap. Id public buildiners. tocethor- premises belonging thereto, he shall find any buildinc structure which for want of Dy reason or age or dilapi- ldition, or for any cause, is liable to fire, and which is sn is to endanger other buildiners -ty, or so occunied that fim danger persons or property nd Avhenever he shall find an or dangerous arrangement of higes, furnaces or other hnt- Iances of any kind whatsoever, chimneys, flues and pipes ch the same may be connected' pious urrdngemeni or lighting ji ay annua, ur a. nangerous or storage or explosives, com- petroleum, gasoline, kerosene, a uneiiituiti-s, vegeisoie prod es. combustibles, inflammable se materials, or other condi- ch in his opinion may be dan- cnaracter or liable to cause )te fire or create conditions Is to the firemen or occupants. Fjruer tne same to De removed led, and such order shall be complied with by the owner int of said building or Drem- fvided, however, that if the It or occupant deems himself Dy sucn order, he mav. with- ) days, appeal to the Mayor, investigate tne cause or the and unless by his authorit is revoked, such order shall force and be forthwith eom- i by said owner or occupant. ir or occupant or ouiidings or tailing to compiy lth the or- lie authorities afcove specified mnisnea Dy a line of not less lonars ($10.00) or more than irs (SoO.00) for each dav's ich penalty to be sued ror In of the city, unon the com- the Fire Marsnai, before any the peace or court of record city, with rierht of anneal. enalty whei. recovered shall lito the general rtind of the lances or parts of ordinances it herewith, are herebv re- Whereas, ther 1s no office F-rsnal in the City of El Paso eatlon and ftting of such of reatly contribute to the pre- iire and tne suppression of fm in the City of El Paso. la case of great public emer- fts, which great public emer- nres the suspension of the lie that no ordinance shall be "pted until it has been read I, such business or vocation shall not become efftctive until the party apply ing for same shall have paid his occu pation tax provided by the State Law, if any, and n addition thereto shall paj- to the City of El Paso a license fee to pursue said business, as provided in Section 4 hereof. Section 4. That all persons, firms, corporations or associations of indi viduals who shall sell or offer for sale on the streets, alleys or public places of the city, meats, vegetables, fruits or other articles for human consump tion, not raised, grown, produced or manufactured by them or their em ployes or employers, shall nav to the City Assessor and Collector of the City i of El Paso, a license fee as follows: j For the sale of fruits, vegetables or cereals. ?7.50 per three months; for the j pale of groceries, or other articles of food for human consumption ordinarily j handled by grocers, $15.00 per three 1 months. This license shall be payable c-ttuu iiuee in u in. us in auvaiice, ana an said licenses shall be numbered consec utively by the Collector and Assessor when issued beginning with number one, and every vehicle of any huck ster or peddler shall also bear a num ber corresponding with the license num ber. Section o. That all such hawkers or peddlers shall each day submit their goods, wares and merchandise to the inspection of the City Health Officer, nad shall follow out such rules and regulations as are promulgated by the Board of Health with reference to the handling or sale of the commodity. Section 6. That it shall be unlawful for any person in any section of this or dinance designated to hawk or peddle or offer for ale any article of fruit or vegetables or foodstuff herein con templated without if irst having procured a permit from the City Council and paid the license fee herein prescribed, or to Violate any provision of this ordinance. ATTOOO1 nna inr?lr?n'l 1 oVioll ha t-i-tti t- WAKE XjP ted to operate unffer anv one license. ' the possibilities befire you which Section 7. Any person violating any J may be found in our VALLEY LANDS, of the provisions hereof shall be fined and study this list which we have for in any sum not to exceed $100. Each sale: 5S2S,0OO TO LOAN AT 5 PERCENT PER -VXU3I. In amounts of $100 and up to $125. 000. principal and Interest, payable an nually, semiannually, quarterly or in easy monthly payments. Our capital is five times that of any similar company and our terms and payments much tne easiest. Quit paying rnt and BUY the homo on our plan. Also lift the S percent mortgages, and save $417.37 in interest on each $1000. Agents wanted on commission. STANDARD HOME CO., 319-20 Herald Bldg., El Paso, Texas. RAILROAU TIMETABLB. All trains arrive and depart from Union depot, foot of San FrancLieo street, except those of Mexico North "Western. All arrival? and departure given In El Paso or mountain standard time. Atchison, Topeka & Samts Fe. No. y. Art. dally from north 9:40 a.ra. No. 10. Lv. daily for north.. $:5S p.ra. No. 21. Arr. dailr from north 5:55 p.ia. No. 22. Lv. daily for north.. : .ra. El Pao A. Sotztfe-rresterx. (Western Division.) Mall and Express .-rives daily 4:os p.m. Leave daily 7;sa a.. Drummers Special Arrives dally 7:20 a.ra. Leaves dally i:qq p.. (Eastern Division.) The Californian Arrives dally 6:0j Leaves daily 6:55 p. Golden State Limited. Eastbound A,rriv 12:40 p.m. Deart.i ". 1:01 p.a. Westbound Arrives ,:50 pm Through Passenger and Mail Arrives iiwn . Departs S:00 $"mt Leaves dally 7.fl9 D Arrives dally .... 7:39 Son therm Paciflc California Fast Mail Arrives daily 4:00 Leaves daily 1CE5 pra" Goldon State Limited, tvest bound1 Arrives 3.5,. Departs ."i; j jj Sunset Limited Alrives daily 8:0a Leaves dally ..., S:20 wl Californian Arrives ia n. depart. . .'v'Y. MMS. Arrives daily 1148 a-M. Leaves daily .J! 5:8 X National Railways of Mexlce. Mail and Express Arrives dailv 7.9- Leaves dailv" I:2 !"?- nouth bound, leaves Juarez Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at T-nn--r Arrives from south Teas- P days. Thursdays and Sat- urdavs, at . 6:00 p.m. ana every aay or traction thereof in which this ordinance or any part thereof is violated is a separate and distinct offense and punishable as here in provided. Passed and approved this the 23rd "day of June, A. D. 1910. Jas. I. Hewitt, Mayor Pro Tern. Attest: C. W. Fassett. City Clerk. By H. L. Oldham. Deputv Clrk- NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF EL PASO. Notice is hereby given that tt is the intention of the city of El Paso. El Paso county. Texas, in its corporate capacity, and of citizens thereof, to apply to the legislature of the state of Texas, to amend the charter of said city in the following particulars among others, to- wit: By making city taxes become delin quent on the 31st day of July of each year. By enlarging the city limits by in cluding therein the entire addition of Highland Park, all of Military Heights addition, south of McKinney street. Grand "View addition. south of McKinley street, all of Altura Park addition, all of Govern ment Hill addition, all of East El Paso addition, all of French addition, all of Lincoln Park addition, all of Tobin's second addition, all of Orchard Park ad dition, all of Val Verde addition and all territory lying south of the county road Immediately east of Radlocks and south to the river. By incorporating the principles of both the referendum and the recall in the city charter. By entrusting the control of the pub lic schools of the city of El Paso to the city council under the direct super vision of the mayor. By increasing the salary of the mayor of the city of El Paso. By providing more efficient means for collecting ums due the city of El Paso, especially by delinquent taxpay ers and persons liable for assessments for public improvements. By changing the time of the city elec tion. By such other amendments as will make the government of the --ity of El Paso more completelj what is known as the commission form ot municipal government. Such application will be made to the legislature at its special session in July next, and the governor of the state of Texas will be requested to call the at tention of the legislature in the consti tutional manner to the advisability of so amending the city charter. June 23. 1910. Jas. I. Hewitt. Mayor Pro Tern. Attest: C. W. Fassett, City Clerk. By H. L. Oldham, Deputy Cierk. 2200 acres in one body, good soil, practically level, at an attractive price and good terms. 200 acres on the county road below the city, all cleared and under ditch, alfalfa, 4 crops, -with improvements and pumping plant: good soil. 56 acres near Ysleta, improved, large vineyard, some orchard, good buildings, fences, etc. 93 acres, 35 in alfalfa. This is 3 snap. A 200 acre and a 40 acre tract in So corro grant, besides several tracts of from 40 to SO acres each. 20 tracts in San Ellzario grant of from 60 to 125 acres each in various parts of the grant. 35 tracts on the Island from $20 per acre up. The Island is mostly level, with fine soil, and with the new bridge is as near a railroad station as are most of the lands up and down the val ley. Our list is constantly changing. Call on us for more information with refer ence to 'these, or other lands. DE SHAZO RI7ALTY CO., Phone 265. Suite S, Stevens Bldg. Cor. Mesa Ave. and Texas St- ROSWELL AtJTO. CO ROSWELl. X . Carrying the U. S. man .,. . I 2? b4tWen I?, N- at. and mhS: PASO & SoWHWTjlTndOC3 ISLAND RAILROAJ3S. knd the aSto RoL?3 IVp30 " - arrfva in Leave Roswell at 12:30 p. tn.. arrive in Vaughn at 6 p. rn. ' arriTe Baggage allowance 50 lbs. to earn regular ticket. Excess baggasre 1 at thl rate of $5 per 100 lbs. BS Se at toa Special automobiles furnished to j.. commodate any number of passenger, to make special connections with anv train at Vaughn, also to connect -with New Mexico Central railroad at Tor rance for Santa Fe, N. 3L, by com municating with manager of the .Ros well Auto. Co.. at Roswell N ML aZ least 24 hours In advance. Rate for special $40 to accommodate four o less passengers to either oolnt. J. W. STOCKARn. Maaaxer. ARIZONA HEW MEXICO TU R. Southbound A.M.! 7:10 L. ?:52Lv. 7.-57LT. 8:44iLv. 10:10 Ar. U:25!Ar. Northbound P. it. .V."".on Ar. 4:55 Guthrie Ar. 12 4:15 Coronado Ar. 13 4:0 Duncan Ar. S3 3:17 Lordbury Ar. 7H 3:0X oHachfta. T,v laafis. -connects wun m. gi. xConnect "sritla 8. P. oConnects with "E. P & 3 W Georce A. Wasrstaff. Superinteaa'Mrt. TAKE A TRIP TO MEXICO Friday, July Sth. and examine the lands iOf the Mexico Irrigated Land Co.. 40 miles south of .El Paso. Price S10 to $25 easy terms. For particulars address M. W. Lowry. care of Herald. 1 You can easily sell it Call Bell 115, Auto 1115 tell, the girl what it is and The Herald will sell it. ISTo bother, no formality. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EL PASO: That tho City Clerk be and hereby is directed to advertise for bids for the construction of a pavement on Nortti Campbell street from the north prop erty line of Franklin street to the south property line of Hill street. Said pavement in all respects to con form with the specifications therefor prepared by the City Engineer, and now on file in his office which said specifications liave been approved by this council. Said advertisement shall appear In each Issue of the official paper which appears during the 10 days prior to July 14th. 1910. All bids must be sealed and each be accompanied by a certified check in the sum of $1000. payable to the Mayor of the City of El Paso, which shall be come the property of the city In the event that the bidder, if successful, does not within 10 days of the accept ance of his bid, enter into a contract with the City of El Paso to complete said pavement in accordance with said specifications within two months from I Puzzle Pict iirs C? "5 k P fe$f.t- I "fifty -n. IN THE DARK. The poor little cat shrieked "Miaow!" When he trod on her tall That was haou-sr His wife learned that he Got home tipsy at three. And she made than the cat a worse raouw. Kind hi.s ivife. A773WER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE. L'pncr left corner down, nose against irfrl's chin.