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- Monday, September 5, 1910.
o Classified advertising section is the "Market Place of the People5' through which anything can be bought, sold, exchanged or rented at a trifling cost. e:l faso herald - j . . i oeraid s S. . . I RflnCT IMC II !ll nrsrn st rnn "Tiirnran mn i p a who want. " ,' g uu si Li 1 nfS .i r in MIM rHn J a H your trade Too Late To Classify. A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care ot The Herald office were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after being bulle tined: A. B. L. A. B- A. M. I O. H. A. Y. C. P- - C. R- C. 10 S. A. , D. -77 T. C. x E. S6 X. 194 H. R. X- Clark j Owner 169 J. I. H. Don KBED GLASSES? Ask Segal!. FOR. SALE OR TRADE CHEAP Com plete cement block making outfit, form erly tfae Artificial Stone Co.; also Suitv In 4 lots In Bassett addition. Call "on or address S. B. Gatewood. care Alameda Bar, corner Alameda and poplar. "WANTED TO BUY a second hand bi cycle; must be in good condition. Write John Robbins, Mesilla Park, K. M. FOR SALE One good bear skin, un: " . -. -. tt onr nvn. "War-air!.; tanned. Address F. 205. care Herald. FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall. CLOSE IX BARGAIN". This property is on N. Oregon, closer in than Boulevard, and (has an income "better than 10 percent. Jay F. Knox, Room 4 Stevens Building. FOR TRADE. Some good lots antf two acres at San Diego to trade -for El Paso property. Vacant lots wanted as part payment on several modern houses. Balance by xnontii. Jay F. Knox, Room 4 Stevens Building. ASKSuSv ABOUT Our 3, 4 and 5room houses in all parts 'of the city. "We have a large list and some real bargains. Easy terms on all these houses. W. F. Payne. Angelus Hotel Building. DO YOU WANT TO SELL? LIST YOUR PROPERTY EXCLUSIVELY. If you want to sell yomv property, don't go around and list it with every agent In town. Go to one good agent and give them the exclusive agency for 30- days. You will see that they will get busy and sell it for you. See us. Our commissions are reas onable. MatBevrs & Dyer. EYEGL4SS COMFORT? Ask SegalJ JUST BEIXG COMPLETED. An nptodate 8 room house, south front, on corner N Campbell St. This Is a beautiful home and we will finish the Interior to suit purchaser if taken soon. Price right, monthly terms if -wanted- . Anderson-Bennett Realty Col, Over "Watson's Grocery. Bell 491. LAZtDS FOR $20 PER ACRE. SUBJECT TO IRRIGATION. And under xhe Elephant Bn). Ho On.T von find Jamds near Ji.1 asdi at such prices? This is a fact and .we would be glad to show tfais tract to you any V3ay. We are exclusive agentfs for 20 days, Mathews & Dyer. BUILDING SITES FOR $1250. "We are offering a swell building site J" " r . - r on X. IJansas St. for the very low price of $1250. It is a dandy and is vortn $2000. Good terms if you want it. MatheTTs & Dyer, Agents. EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segali. : BUY A HOME ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS. "W"e have a few of those 3 and 4 room houses left to be sold on monthly payment. If you want to save rent ask ns about them. "W. F. Payne, Angelus Hotel Building. YOU "WILL SEE BETTER With the glasses I make, for the rea son that the lenses are made from the purest glass and finished in a superior maimer. This gives you better vision and you see better and without strain. Every pair made for you specially. Iso ihand-me-down llenses are sold Qiere, that is the reason that my glasses are always right. Geo. D. Kendall, . 208 Mesa-' Ave., Makes Glasses Right FOR RENT CLOSE IN HOUSES. 419 N. El Paso, 15 rooms, $90. Sll Mesa Ave., 5 rooms, $25. Also two 8 room bricks in Tobin'a Second addition, very low rent One 5 room frame house with large yair!. chicken houses, sheds, etc., in To bln's Washington Park addition. $15. I have a number of large and small houses In Tobin, Texas, at very low rent v Frank R. Tobin, El Pap and Franklin Sts. Phone 2271. On Sept 10t2i will move my main office to Tobin, Texas. Local and long distance phone 2271. BROKEN GLASSES 7 Ask Segall. VFINE ALFALFA FARM. Near Clint 105 acres, 60 acres in alfalfa, balance under cultivation, all fenced, ditch through the center of place; . one of the best buys in the 3ower valley. Price way below the 2narket L.?t us show you. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.. Over Watson's Grovery. Bell 49L NINE ROOMS, MUNDY AVE., $4500. EASY TERMS. This is a modern house with 50 'feet on paved street Small casn payment balance very easy. Dovrnlng & Crowell, 209 Mesa. Ave. A MODERN COUNTRY HOME. 13 acres, 10 miles below city, on canal. 200 pear and 150 peach trees 3 vears old; good pumping plant, 'new h'Mise. large rooms, nicely finished;-2 other houses, all fenced. Listen $3rt0 for quick sale, 1-3 cash. Holman : Hatcher, Moirgab Bldg. 5IAYFIELD REALTY CO., "Valley land. FOR RENT 3- unfurnished rooms. Ap ply 1207 San Antonio St $2100 WILL BUY A 5 room modern brick on 2 lots; eass' terms. Bovminpr & Crowell, 209 Mesa Ave. FOR RENT 2 housekeeping rooms, nicolv furnished. 1013 N. Fldence. Phone 1948. LOST Near postoffice, gold neck chain and locket with monogram on locket, M. E. B. Please return to 916 N. Kan sas St and receive liberal reward. MAYFBBLD REALTY CO. Phone G84. Over Potter Drug Go. x Bates for Classified Ads. One cent per word. No charge less than $ .25 Six consecutive inser- . tions, per word 05 By month, per line 1.00 Ton T.te To Classify. i.u.i' is ;LAT YOlll DOLLARS WHERE THEY WILL GROW. READ THIS- LIST. 40 room house, Michigan Ave., $5000. 4 room "house, $350 down, $25 per month. 10 room house for sale at a bargain. 6 room house for sale on good terms. 6 room faouse, for sale, rents for $40. 10 xoom house for sale, new, $9500. 5 room house for sale, modern, good terms. JFOR REXT. 9 room house in swell location, $45. 5 room house, also- good neighbor hood, $30. . t 10 room house in higfh part of city, ! 65 room house, modern ana close in, 30. ROOMING HOUSES. 7 rooms, price $S00; terms. 10 rooms, price $650; terms. 10 rooms, price $350; tsh. 12 rooms, price $525; housekeeping. i u41u.ri.u1 en is. I J A 6 rooms, price $4o00; terms. 24 rooms, price $2100; terms. 20 rooms, price '$3000; terms. 8 rooms, price $525; terms. 24 rooms, price $2600; snap. 13 rooms, price $1500, cleatn cash and clean house. And many others. LOTS FOR SALE. 3 lots in Bassett addition, $5000. 5 lots in Highland Park, $400 each. 3 lots in FTiE-TnnTvJ. Parlr OZn aaY. v w ? tn-M- "r ";: .:,. z, .": da!ion"for houlssot good Verms.11" List vonr nmnTti' wftiv. ,,, or,i 1,1 us supply theMemand John 3arLriclc & Co., Real Estate and Insurance, Stock and Bond Broker. Mines and Ranches Sold and Exchanged xTomotcr of South-western Enterprises 210 X. Stanton St. Bell Phone 537. Auto. Phone 1937 P. O. Box 3S4. JUST BELOW TOTVAT. 20 and 30 acre tracts at low price. Mayflcld Realty Go. 3IAYFIELD REALTY CO.. Valley land. THE CHANCES ARE That you have thoug&.i vou would buy a home if you could find a bargain. THAT S ROOM HOUSE Is just what you are looking for. It's a home and a bctrgain too. 'Mayfleld Realty Co. -Over Drug Co. BUJLDLTG SITE. Arizona St. Only $1150. Mayfield Realty Co. XO BOUBT , lou have often wished you ha?-a small Piece of valley land to fall back on w - 'e xime to get It. - , .- "" ov " acre -traots af low oriels - i.civij iix jntv nrtrni; Mayficld Realty Co., Over Potter Drug Co. YOU CAN'T IMAGINE nfL f fl Si S a Pleasure to shbw this place and the price is low. MayScId Realtv Cn.. Ovr Potter Drug -Co. iVvpiPrn t?t-.t Z 1FIELD REALTY CO.. Valley land HAVR vnrr -vri-rT-, i -w jxjtii, uu.'.SIOER- ATION Any idea of buying a home? If so it will pay you to see our list of bar gains. We can save you monev. . i Cassldy & Davidson. TVHEN YOU THIXIC np rpt t-t. ! THEVK OF CASSIDY & DAVIdI DIRT C'HEAP. orih side residence section. A hand some 6 room cottage, east front Own er leaving city, will accept any reas onable proposition. Cassidy & Davidson, ' . 211 St Lours St FIVE ROOMS FURNISHED. $32,10 EASY TER3IS. ttJi1 'a bxick house- te15 bath. Hardwood floors, wmpnt -i, "-: 1 nlH' 5tane, fnces. well furnished the nrl wl"no1 De matched for . Dovmins: & CroTrell, 209 Mesa Ave. Masonic Notices. EL PASO LODGE, NO. ISC, A.F. A A. M. 4 Regular meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. 'JB&T L- E. Gijlett W. M. W E. W. S. Neff, Secy. J Masonic Relief Board 10S Mesa Ave.; hours 10 a. m to 12 m. A. & A. S. RITE OF" tfJXEK MASONRY. Meets the second and third Mondays of each ?nonth in Masonic Temple. TV. H. McCnIIonch. Secy. SELECT -"DANCING ASSEMBLY, FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL, EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. FREE-FOR-ALL FIGHT ON RETURN FROM BALL GAME Warrants charging assault were is sued Monday morning by .justice Mc Clintock against John Peterson and Earl Maughmer. The issuance of the warrants followed a clash Sunday aft ernoon between the men named and Will Marr, Ed Kayser, J. A. Bradshaw, Camp D. Moore ana S. P. Kepley. A free for all fight raged for a few sec onds, and was witnessed by scores of J people on street cars returning on Myrtle avenue from the ball game. Moore and Kepley both bear scars, but declare 'that their opponents have decidedly the worse looking marks. The case will be tried Tuesday morn-t ing." r MORNING GAME AT M0RENCI ON MONDAY. R. H, E. Mbrenci 3 5 0 Clifton 2 7 4 Batteries JMorenci, Merrit and Hoff-' man; Qlifton, fcllveen and Lucas. TO BE HAPPY. you must have good healrn. You can't have good he'alth if your liver is not doing its duty slow but sure poisoning is going on all the time under such cir cumstances. Ballard's Herbine makes a perfectly healthy liver keeps the stomach and bowels right and acts as a tonic for the entire system. Sold by . all druggist" urilftLlLiliu ! slu m Instructs Grand Jury Also to Investigate Election Law Violations. If the instructions of the judge are followed, violations of the election law and the gambling laws will receive spe cial attention at the hands of the-grand I jury organized -uoncuiy morning ior tne September term of the 34th district court. Tdie mention of the violation of these two laws was the only instance in which judge Jas. E Harper's charge to the members of the grand jury differed from the regulation instructions of the court upon 'the organization of a srand jur3". 'I believe in the enforcement .t)f these laws and for that reason call the at tention of the grand jury to them." said the judge. Fohowang is the personnel of the grand jury for September: J. J. Snyder, J J. Longwell. Jake Kaufman, E. P. Kepley, R. D. Richey, D. P. Stewart. R. B. Ste vens, LeeOmdorff. Geo. Franklin. R. A. Lay. Henr- Buquor and Wm. Anderson. R. B. Stevens was appointed foreman by the court. After adjourning for a few minutes to organize, the iurors ad journed until 9 oclock Tuesdav morn- i mg. j , ?Gret lnd He HincWe' 11 I " ariiiis iur cue couru The petit jury also adjourned until 9, oclock Tuesday morning. In Jus charge to the grand jury, judge Har.ner explained that it was 'through I them that the machinery of the law . was started, and that unless it was started through them, dv indictments being returned where the facts warrant- '. ed, that the laws could not be enforced. -He also informed the jurvmen that they fvmlrl w,n nn flio rfifrfh nff nm y- himself for advice, but that in consulting J him they must refrain from mentioning name?. ' In the 41st district court, judge A. M". Walthall presiding, only two cases -have TlOAn COT" " 4-11 A nwipnnf Trmr1 -rT nn , wv.wi ri JL f".- pi l-CtUl n ccn.. WIU vii- of the attorneys. Judge yiUthall stated that his court would staTid adjourned Ironda3'. in observance of Labor day. IVIES. HOCXEMEYEB DIES IE DALLAS Former El Paso Younp- "Wo- L xjxij.x XJL clou lULUlg U U man Passes Away Follow ing an Operation. Mrs. Theodore Hockemeyer, wife of Theodore Hockemeyer. formerly of El Paso, now living in Dallas, died Sun day morning, after undergoing an oper ation. Mr. and Mrs. Hockemeyer will be re membered by many El Paso friends, who will be grieved to learn of Mrs. Kockemeyer's death. The funeral occurs Tuesday. Mr. Hockmeyer was a member of the firm of the Jones-Hockemeyer Paper company, which formerly operated in the Pearson hotel and which was final ly purchased by the James A. Dick company. Mr. and Mrs. Hockemeyer li-ed for a time at the Summit place and later at the Brazos flats. BRASS BAND FOR CHINESE FUNERAL ofee Doo S 'n the bo I ot lee Doc Sine nearlv sn t-ooT-t- Q restaurant man of El Paso andJuarez, was buried Sundaj- in Concordia ceme tery. During the morning the body lay in state in front of Sirig's homve at Sec ond and Oregon streets. Headed by a brass band, the body was followed by a long line to the cemeterv. WALLACE OSBTRN. Wallace, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Osborn, died Sunday at the family residence in Val Verde addi tion of East El Paso, aged five days. The funeral services were held Mon day morning. The father of the de ceased infant is a Pullman conductor. CHARLES E. THORNTON. The funeral of Charles E. Thornton was held Sunday afternoon from tne chapel of Nagley Kaster. The de ceased was 39 years of age and was a resident of Ohio. A brother. Edward Thornton, attended the funeral HOWARD MURRAY REED. Howard Murray Reed, 28 years of age, and a five years' resident of El Paso, died early MondS- morning at the resi dence of his parents, Mr and Mrs. R. W. Reed, 605 East Rio Grande street Mr. Reed came here from Kentucky for his health. Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Miss Florence Reed, also of this city. Funeral services will be held at the residence Wednesday mdrning, Rev. liarles L. Overstreet of ficiating. Xagley & Kaster are in Charge. $ P TRAINMAN DIES FROM WOUNDS; KILLS MINER. Tucson, Ariz., ISept 5. J. R. Dubose, Southern Pacific watch man at Gila Bend, who shot and killed Thad McCIane, a miner, attempting to board a train, and who was wounded in the abdo men, died in the hospital here this morning. J His body was taken to an An tonio, Tex., his former home, for interment. ?'5"'f'4"5,'34'594.-5i.f SETH LOW'S SON HERE. B. W. Low, son of Peth Low. presi dent of Columbia university and ex mayor of Xew York citj, is visiting El Paso. With 'his wife, MrLow is a ffuesfc at Hotel St. Repis. J Use Herald Want Ads for Prompt Results. v Pii Dot InL JrhnniJL Manr Handsome Floats in - Line and All Marchers " Wear Appropriate Costumes. Exercises at Washington Park and Picnic Under, The Trees Follow ' s Parade. El Paso's progress was never better illustrated than by the parade of or ganized labor Monday morning, which opened the annual Labor Daj celebra tion. Marching to the patriotic music of union bands, the members of each union, wearing the distinctive dress of their different callings, the workmen i of El Paso afforded a panoramic re view of the city's industrial strength. Divided into two sections and with floats interspersed frequently through out the line, the 1910 Labor Day parade was the largest and most suc cessful of any ever hed in EI Paso. More than 1000 men paraded as repre sentatives of the army of industrial , workers, many of whom were unable to leave their places at the- benches or beside the anvils. The most pleasing feature of the paarde, aside from the splendid appearance of the body of or ganized workmen, were the -floats which had been designed by the differ ent unions to symbolize the "various crafts. Many Large Floats. The Typographical union had an im mense float with the fac simile of the union label painted on an immense e,anvas triangle. This float was drawn uy six steei gray norses, decorated i'ith blue plumes and ribbons, and it ! told th names of the "fair" shops. Or I course The Herald's name was on it. ne -tsroHrcrnooa of Railway Carmen of America, the same organization "hich took rst prize two years ago, "'iU uP"cate or its float lnthe parade. This was a box car built on a flt- J"he car was almost actual size, w"n, tne na,mes of the four railroads which employ the members of the" union, painted on the sides. Every de tail ( of a box car was reproduced on the float. The weight, nunfbor ana let tering were the same as those jof a real car, and this float had a brakie on top to steer it. Bricklayers Work. The Bricklayers' International union had one of the best floats in tin parade. A miniature house was shown with a group of bricklayers busily en gaged in laying the chimney on the rear end of the float. The foreman of the job was little Billy "Samuels, the lcurly haIred son o Frank Samnpl, w as on tne joa to see that the work was done according to specifications. The Operative Plasterers Interna tional association union float was cheered repeatedly as it passed along the streets. It was a pure white per gola built on wheels with one of the members sitting inin easy chair be neath the shade of the artistic struc ture. Blacksmiths Work. The International Brotherhood of Blacksmiths had an immense anvil built on a float with the members of the union wearing typical uniforms and leather aprons, grouped under the an vil. Other members similarly attired, marched behind. The Journeymen Horseshoers' union followed this float and was one of the hits of the parade. A portable forge -witfi a fire burning in it occupied a part ' of the float, and two members of the horseshoers' unioir- made horeshoes as the float passed along the street union rde on tne top o? j ... . tne Theatrical Staere Emnlnvfls a tallvho -'""" "? -- Jiuxaco, emu twu aaver tising floats, one from the Globe mills and the,other from the Happy Hour theater with a bagpiper on top, were also in the parade. The Globe mills float consisted of a large delivery wagon decorated with Ci Vl Tm VT .Sv Vnr.nr. n m J A. - J -' bags of "made in El Paso" flour. Sam ples of the flour were distributed along the line of march. Three Hundred Carpenters. Having the place of honor at the head of the line of march, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, local No. 544. had 300 men in line, the largest number of any union. In addition to the honor of heading the parade, this union was also represented; by Thomas E. Worsham, who was the grand marshal of the en tire parade7. The carpenters wore ovei alls, light blue shirts, gray soft hats, and the badge of their union. As this union jiassed through Hhe streets the comments were most favorable and the appearance of that number of men in the line was a criterion of the amount of building that is being done in the city at the present time. Police Head Parade. The first division of the parade was headed by chief of police Ben F. Jen kins, assistant chiofW. J. Terr" Eyck, day sergeant Powell Roberts and three' mounted patrolmen, al on horseback. Grand marshal Worsham "and assist ant grand marshal Frederick C. Kroe ger, of the Bricklayers' union, also rode at the head of the first division, while assistant grand marshal E. m! Hamlin, of the Carmen's union, headed the second division on horseback. The Pass City band furnished the music for the division and also repre sented the Musicians' Protective' Union No. 46C. This band was under the di rection of .Prof. J. G. Miller. The crack 23rd regiment military band headed the second division wear ing the summer khakil of the army. As usual this organization was cheered from end to end of the Jine of march. Many Brlckloyers. The Bricklayers and Masons' Inter national Union of America, local No. 3 followed the splendid delegation from the Carpenters' union. There were 40 men in line, each dressed in whitA 'trousers, white shirts, white hats and ties, each member carrying a Mexican cane. The bricklayers" float appeared in the (middle of tne division. The United Association of Plumbers, Gas Fitters, Steam Fitters end Steam Fitters' Helpers of the United States and Canada, came next with 30 men 4n line. They wore dark trousers, white shirts, black soft hats and white ties. The International Brotherhood of Elec- TjTo-sn'non Tct T oqv. T3-v.rTirvTi4- xn ivJ.8XlCa.Jl AS Jjabcr JOruUgmi UU tsi Ti , j t ,.--i itn-n zi JTct-su ctoiu JU'eseiueu JtXL , Is Taken in Charge by An other Crew. Fear of a Mexican jail, prompted by the recent case of an American held ia jail while his Mexican' assailant was released, caused the crerv Of a Mex- ico street car to make nasty exit from tne sunny republic atterf running down After an hour's delay, a new crew a drunken native in Ciudad Juarez last i ran the deserted car over the river, and night. Conductor William Grimmette ; Elvarado was hurried to Hotel Dieu. and motorman ,R. all are safe in El ' He suffered two scalp wounds and a Paso, Instead of in the Juarez lockup, ! very bad case of "plain drunk." This af t and Slsto Elvarado is at Hotel DJeu j ernoon the man was still unconscious, with a cracked pate. from either "bum booze" or concussion It occurred about 7:30 oclock, just I of the brain, as the ear, a combination of the old i Street railway officials are arguing type, "passed over the Stanton street with the Mexican officials who have bridge on its way to Juarez. Elvarado nobody to prosecute for the accident was just approaching the bridge, com- in case of death or Dermanont iniurv. ing to EI Paso in tbw of a sober friend. The drunken dne lurched toward the car as It passed, and was struck by the platform frame. ' After the car reached the branch Juarez customs house, somebody in- trical Workers, local 5S3, including 35 men, dressed in dark ta-ousers, black shoes, belts, white soft shirts and straw hats and carrying black canes followed the plumbers' division. The Operative Plasterers Interna tional association, local 127 with its floaty came next with tne members of theunion dressed in white trousers, gray shirts, gray soft hats and canes preced ing the float. There were 14 members of this uiiion in line. The International Lathers' union followed the float. Helmets Like Teddy. One of the unique costumes of the parade was worn by the Aanalgamated SheetMetal Workers' International alli ance locai. They wore long linen dusters with cork helmets or the kind Teddy wore in Africa and the metal workers had to stand for much good natured 1,15 1 co ThJM 22 of these helmeted union mfen in tnls section. The Brotherhood of Painters, Decora- .rT-j rt-nA Ponorhomrore rvf TnT-lrf1 Incal t. ...v j. unmuoi-.o - .x..-w , .- No. 90 32. had one of the large delega- of the parade. There were 64 of tions of the par the painters in line, each wearing over alls, white shirts, white painters' caps and yellow, white and blue rosettes, tne colors of the union. Tlie Post iiand in Line. The Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of America, local 152, with their box car float headed the second division of (the uarade marchine behind the 23d regiment band. There were 50 of the carmen, all wearing blue jumpers, black shirts, blue caps and white ties .inc.- iypograpi.icai union, headed by the union label float, was in second place in this division of the parade. .tc of tne punters wore a large rib-v bon upon which were printed the shop where 'they were cinpkyed and the number of their union, which is local No. 370. The Journeymen Barbers In ternational union of America, local No. 5 3, made an attractive display in the parade. Each member wore white trous ers, white ejnirts, straw hat, brack belts, shoes and canes. There were 35 of the barbers in the parade. ''Too Lazy to Walk.' , Riding in state on the hurricane deck of a tallyho the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes, locai 153, were drawn through the streets by four big horses. The members wore blue trousers, white shirts, gray soft hats and blue tties. The International Brothernood oi Blacksmiths, Pass City union. No. SS, was represented In the pargde by the anvil float and 112 men dressed in black- smith's clothes with new leather aprons and caps. The Journeymen Horseshoers' union, No. 250 float escorted by te members of the union wearing leather aprons and working clothes. The Union of Brewery Workers, local 349, closed the paTade with 30 of the workers in dine. The majority of hese men were Mexicans, employed at the El Paso brewery. Maj. Bill Fewel, with his family in the Fewel family carriage, also rode in the parade, the major stating that he be longed to "skyscraper union No. 23." Few Whiskers. One of the things noticed in the pa rade was that of all the marchers there were but four with whiskers. Two of these were carpenters, one a brick mason and one a printer. COLQUITT ADDRESSES THE CELEBRATORS IN FORT WORTH Fort Worth. Tex., Sept. 5. Besides the parade which was one of the largest ever known here, the celebration of La bor day was made more interesting by the fact that O. B. Colquitt, Democratic nominee for governor, was here and delivered an address to over 10,000, many of whom were unable to get within hearing distance of .the speak er's stand. Colquitt spoke at .ake Como, a suburban resort. The day will close with a grand bail in the pa vilion at Lake Como tonight LABOR TEMPLE DEDICATED BY PITTSBURG UNIONS Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 5. Lal(or day In Pittsburg was marked by the dedica tion of the Temple of Labor, a magnifi cent structure" ifecently purchased by the Iron City Central Trades council and a long parade of organized work ingmen. A large demonstration was held at Latrobe and Newcastle, where union coal miners have been on a strike ' for four months. FIFTY THOUSAND IN NEW YORK LABOR PARADE New York, X. Y., Sept 5. Fully 50, 000 paraders, representing practically every labor organization in Greater New York, participated in the labor day parade. Members of the Cloakmakers" union, a settlement of whose strike last week is looked upon by leaders a a great mcfal victory, were given a noisy welcome all along the line of march. All school children will be admitted free to the Airdome tomorrow night if accompanied' by a grown person. It Is the last night of the Airdome and there will also be 'music by Reyes's Kid band. Don't miss It. Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Ta o lets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system, cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by ail dealers. formed the crew that a man was lying ( jn tne rQad near the bridge. Conductor ' and motorman left their car and walk- cu oath, iu i,iiv eLi&LC r.ivi.itiuu wx- lying as if dead. Somebody reminded the street car men of tne case of motor man E. Fichtner. "If they kept him in jail for two days for protecting his car from, 'a crazy Mex., they'll keep you in fer IKe," I was the warning. Motorman and con ductor heard, looked at tne prostrate body, and then gazed at the "dear old JJ. S. A." iust .1 nirA inn -v-nrrt snr-tnt J away. Then they beat it. The Mexican law allows for both crim inal and civil proceedings in the case pt railway or street car accidents. TJie case is presented in the federal court. Grimmette and Nail are both regular Mexico line men. Train Bullciixx. All afternoon and evening reported on time. trains are Firemen Meet Thursday. A regular department meeting of the El Paso fire department will-be held at the Cewtral fire station ThuVsday evenmg at S oclock. Dr. AV. R. Weeks, chronic diseases. ' I- Billington, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 1489-Pmting, paper hanging, decorating J !, einoets Hurt. I i-ii.i uiuuuti, u. lii.er Lt lire JCSei ; . . , ..... ... . " J?' naa ms ngnt hand in - I Jred m the machinery of the bakery Sunday eveniner. Th hanfl t t and badlv bruised. bV ., lost - Dr- Cameron reliable dentistry, reason able price. Over Guarantee shoe store. A PottiJIv TfcT? An smith's ice cream is a real family deli- i cac5" because of its absolute purity. Both ! pnones. j ree delivery. Baseball Man Robbed. Some time Saturday night the locker of manager Wolfe, of the El Paso base ball team, was broken into at Wash ington park and ronbed of a dozen baseballs amd other paraphernalia o the value of ?20. ' I Dr. Prentiss7"practice limited to dis eases of stomach, intestines and liver. Rio Grande Bank building. " Peach, ice cream delivered after sup per. Phone the Elite. ' I y ejretnble Wnjjon Overturns. A Chinese vcgetafble wagon attached to a horse which was afraid of the bands in the Labor day parade, stam peded on market row. Overlainr?. Gtrf.. Monday morning and decorated the i tpavimg with tomatoes , corn on the cob. etc. Closed Today. e closed our store today at 9 a 'm-. : Q give our employes an opportunity to properly celebrate Labor Day. Will be open in the morning as usual, and ready to serve you as you Hke to be served. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Llent. Fewel in Here. Lieut Chris C. Fewel, of the battle ship Pennsylvania, accompanied by his wife and son, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and' Mrs. W. J. Fewel. Lieut Fewel Is on two months sick leave and will spend the time here with his parents. His battleship is now at Val paraiso, Chile. v Notice. This is to notify the public that the estate of -J E. Xagley or Mts. J. E Nag ley is no longer connected with the un dertaking business known as.Nagley & Kaster. Mrs. J. E. Nagley. . Aug. 31, Special Notice. Tomorrow the sneriff will sell to the h3ghest bidder the Ogden property, cor ner Tays and FJrst streets. This prop erty is composed of three brick houses, 20 rooms and rents for $65 a month. 'By a little improving will bring 100 per month and is easily worth ?7500. This Is a chance to get El Paso real estate cheap. The title Is perfect Prisoner Goes to California. Amos L. Sherritt, arrested at Fort Hancock by El Paso officers at the in stance of Los Angeles authorities, where he is" wanted on-a charge of criminal assault. Jeft Monday morning in charge of deputy sheriff R. H. Full away, of Los Angeles. Sherritt waived examination. Noted For Its Purity. El 'Paso .Dairy milkis noted for its purity and cleanliness, so say 90 percent of the homes in El Paso. Reclamation Engineer Here. L. C. Hill, supervising enginser of the southern division of tie reclama tion service, with headquarters at Phoenix, Ariz., Is here from the Straw berry project in Utah for an inspection of the Elephant Butte damslte. Ac companied by district engineer TV". M. Reed, engineer Hill will go to the dam Tuesday for a day's inspection of the progress of the railroad grading work now being done. Pare Ice Cream. It's easy to get absolutelv pure ice cream. Call Smiths Ice Cream Co., either phone. Man Robbed; Five rresN. Five arrests have follow 7 the com plaint of Gabriel Armendarlz to th I 1 Tkjews ; 1 Brevities X ANGELUS HOTEL BAR Just around the corner on Mesa. Have you had an Angelus Fizz? : r i JJeHblSlIS DR. LEE McINTOSH Painless Dentist 211 San Antonio St. DBS. BROWNIND GALLOWAY. Booms 12, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg. Furniture HERMANS FURNITURE CO. 114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash Specialist DR. CARL SMITH 107 San Antonio St Auto 2151. Veterinary Surgebn DR. R. A. HIGGINS, T.05 S. OregeB. Hospital for Horses and Dogs. Eair Dressing ESTHER ALLEN. Manfcnriair 211 St. Louis St Beil 195 Mattress Eenovating METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO. 219 South Stanton. Both Phones. Coal, Wood and Grain GEO. C. WIMBBRLY, Pass City Fnel C. Sll Texas St Bell 147i;Auto. 1818. police that he was robbed of $50 In a room connected with the Citv of Mor. I ico saloon in the restricted district Andrea Bel tram and Sofia Pedrea were first arrested, and later Ernes P.no. j W. D. Gooch and Harry Bishop were tocKea laip. All are charged with va grancy. & jSfx Saves Doctor Bills. Yu'$grhave less sickness in your fnmily it, you drink plentv of Ri vn ' Dairy milk. I Wish to ATfenil mr tisnWf.ii at and gratitude to the many friends and memoers or the plasterers' union who were so kind during the illness and death of my beloved brother. j .cu xnoraton. 1 Ball Manager Assaulted. r TV-!-i rtT . . I iiJailX U UOEOV1I1. TJ1.T5?to-ol. f -T, . 1 Douglas ball team recelvld 4 rn, ! STrjTr frJ''JJ?? bt7 ' , " -. upjjunenc &at f "rua a"eraoon. e. "Don" was dazed j ior a few minutes. The assault oc- currea just as O'Donovan was boardim a car to leave -the ball grounds. An argument jabotst the game, during its progress, in w&ich O'Donovan is said to have Thrown something at one of his verbal opponents, is supposed to nave led to the attack. U Good, Pure Milk. "To properly appreciate good pure milk get El Paso Dairy, milk. Free lee Cream Delivery. SansthV ice crearo will he delivered to your residence free at 3ny time. Both jjiiuiies. BOYS ABE WRIB-pET) x BY THEIR PABENTS Judge Lea Has Them Clas sed for a Revolting- Grime, o Galenda, Alberto Xapoles anI e -aa iorre, aed a. a and 11 fay ?nt of tie oourt with hrr . ' r,nsJ ere whipped bv the parents in i re ante-room adjoining the fustice court uKffloer -uonuav morning- until t&e er geant was more than satisfied andin .erieredon behalf af the vourajsters. '"Suspicioiis characters," "is the charge on which the youngsters were docketed, but by confession of the bovs, according to tne police, it walr a cloak for an of lence hardly believable in Ynmj5ters oc so tender an age. One of the voungest of the bunch, a lad ot S years old, is said to have been -he especial victim of some of the older boys. SOUTHWESTERN TO PUTDT SIGNALS Will Block Its Track With v Semaphores on East and v West Divisions. The Southwestern will Install in the Immediate future the electric block system over 21 miles of the road on the pastern division in the vicinity of Pas- tura. j.ne system will also be installed on two and a half miles in the Bisbee district between nisbee and Osborn. THE WEATHER. Foreeast For El Paso and vicinity. New Mexico. and west Texas: Fair tonight and Thursday. Temperature. Highest temperature at El Paso last 24 hours, 91 degrees; lowest last 12 hours, 70 degrees. (Observation taken at 6 a. m., M6nday.) JUAREZ SCHOOLS WILL CELEBRATE ON TUESDAY. Although the regular centenary cel ebration is more than a week distant, school children of Ciudafl Juarez will start the ball rolling with ceremonies to be held Tuesday vIn Constitution plaza. From S:3Q until 11 oclock Reyo Reyes's "Kid band" will play and there will be speeches by grownups, and recitations by little ones. There will be flag drills by the children. Construction of a large stand fot (the orators and guests of honor for the regular celebration in front 'of the old mission facing the plasa, has be gun. LOCAL G. H. MEN KNOW NOTHING OF A STRIKE. The report that a strike had been called among carmen of the G. Ey was news to the local members of the car men's union and to the officials of the company here. A telegraphic report from Houston stated that 100.0 men from the Texas and Houston and the G. H. &. S. A. walked out Sat f rday afternoon for recognition of the union. A member, of the local union, a G. TT. omplo e, said "There Is nothing t6 the report so far as El Paso Is concerned. Wc Lave no intention of striking." i