EX, PASO HERALD
Saturday, February 15, 1913 15
Too Late to Classify
tate office; mast be experienced and
understand typewriter; give age and
reference. TSO. care Herald.
ENVIRONMENT means everything to
srowing children. Familiarize them
with srood pictures early in life. We
have copies of "old masters," beauti
ful Nutting: color prists and seme ar
tistic little pictures. XeLellaa Bros.,
309 San Francisco St., 2 blocks west
WHITK X1NORCAS. Houdans and Sti
ver Brackets. line bred beet layers; aH
white egg strains, utility, show, write
for prices on Eggs. Military Hts. Pstti
try rds. Chet L. Dean, Prep. 21S Mflh.
FOR RENT Rooms. 70S N. Santa Fe.
FOR SALE New furniture, used short
time. Phone mornings. Bell 181.
THE SUTTON REALTY
The onlntgemeBt of Ft.
Bliss Is certain; also a
School of Mines will be es
t&bUshed at the Military
school. These improve
ments wtll males 34 acres
of land we have. adjoin
ing Fort Bliss very valu
able. We "will sell this fine
level tract of land very
aheap and on good terms.
IN" GRAND VIRW.
Two "splendid new S room
bungalows, are nearing
completion and will be fin
ished to suit purchaser.
These nouses will be ready
to occupy is about 2 weeks.
Built on 2 lots on- ear' line,
near Country club. Price
?S250. on easy terms.
A 6 ROOM HOUSE
In the same plaoe; location
splendid: pure fresh air and
pure mesa water; all city
conveniences and Improve
ments and little taxes. This
house will be ready In 2
weeks, and will be fin
ished to suit. Price $468.
This bouee h on : corner
lots, facing on car line.
AVE ARE BUILDING
A number of other houses
In East El Paso, as well as
Grand View, and will build
to suit any one, these
houses will be worth from
$XzS8 to 54600. and will be
S, 6 and 7 rooms.
A NICE 5 ROOM
Roatdoneo on California St.
for $h on easy termSt
A DAXDV LITTLE
S room house on 2 corner
lots, Bisbee St., Bast 1
JSl Paso, for only $1758:
The Setten Realty Go.
Two acpubHss Bldg.
6 room bunaalow, close in, on SS ft.
south front fart, front room 11x27 ft.:
bookcases, builtin buffet, sleeping
Sorch. basement and heating plant;
eautiful electric fixtures. This
home is the best bargain we have It
will suit you. We can sell this1 home
on small cash payment; balance
Austin & Morr,
Phone S8. 14 San Antonio St
OUR CSRRBPONDBNCE DEPART
MENT Enables distant patrons to make pur
chases with as much facility and sat
isfaction as would be afforded by per
sonal selection. We refer yea to any
1 Paso bank or trust company. Acre
tracts on the Interurban- $2a each,
$10 cash, $18 a month.
Tebia Trust Co
Interurbait Land Headquarters.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Bast K Fua Add.. south
frMit w Meek 'XZV, -price
'A LTURA, ' 3r3&lK.
11 south f rat In Meek M.
Frloo SSe eaeh. 3 north
front Meek 54. Price $625.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Asssr. Bask Bfdg.
AN OLD HOUSE,
When you can purchase a new one jUBt
as cheap and oqMt; terats,ttke; rent?
Look over this list, select yor-locft-tion
and come in or phone and we wHI
show you any of these you -desire to
With basement and heating plant on
X. Kansas St
On Ange St
Basement and heating plant, orf' Mon
On Hueco St, Alta Vista.
4 ROOMS .
On Bliss St, AM. Vista.
We will seM row aay of the above on
small cash payment and -boianee. very
Aaderaen-FJlIer Realty Co.
1 and 2 Buckler Block. Phone 491.
FOR ONE WHHK
A beauttcut 9 teem house
on paved .street. beautiful
lv furnished throughout
Will sell all complete for
$10 "0. Otter good for one
fi room house oh Roose
velt St far 4688: good
Real Kstatr anil Intnrance.
103 Mesa AV. FlMine J74.
14 rooms Mesa Ave, 'dose in; rent
$4. 5 minutes walk P. Ou 40 boarders.
Dlsbop A. Creel.
Phone 5075. 421 Mesa.
WTJ HAVEL ,
Large exchange list. -Some
fine valley lands, for Al
Bl Paso property.
Co-Opcratlve Realty Cc
4V-19 Amer. Bank Bldg.
WORTH $3000 CASH.
4 room modern bungalow. 2 full lots,
in Grand View: our price for a few
davs $2650. small payment down, bal.
BlMhop 4& Creel.
Phone 507S. 451 Mesa.
THE OPPORTUNITY YOU HAVE BEEN
A chance to buv a tract of fine level
land, large enough for a country home
or small farm on such easy payments
That ou never miss the money.
Acre tracts on the Interurban, $288
each. $10 cash $lo a month.
TMa Trwrt Co.
Interurban Land Headquarters.
CLASSIFIED ADS. ON
PAGES 13, 14 AND
EL PASO LODGE NO. 13. A. F. & A. M.
ueguiar -meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
W. W. Evans, W. M.
Geo F Morean. Ari- pSt.
Masonic Relief Board. 108 Mesa Ave.
Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
L. E. RYANT3 DIN'CING ACADEMY at
'i " B hall Social dan'-e every
Zvsaa.5 arid Saturday evenings.
Too Late to Classify
IT IS EASY!
To acquire land on tho Interurban by
our plan. You can own an acre tor
$888, pay ?ie cash and $19 a month.
This land will double in value while
you are paying for it.
Tobln Trust Co.
Interurban Land Headquarters.
APARTMENT HOUSE SITE
Fine location for apart
ment house, N. Oregon St.
i 2x1 28 ft. For few days
Co-Operative Realty Co.
463-418 American Nat.
YOUR MONEY RETURNED IF liOT
Buy one of these tracts today and
make personal examination of the
property any time within one year of
date of purchase, and when you see
the property if you aje not satisfied
your money will he cheerfully returned.
Aore tracts on the Interurban. $200
each, $18 cash, $16 a month.
Tob la Trust Co.
Interurban Land Headquarters.
In La. Union district, at
bargain. See us for par-.
tioulars at once; good
Co-Operative Realty Co
409-418 Amer. Nat'L Bask
FOR SALE ComDlete furnishings of a.
S room house: party who buys furni-J
ture can rent house: rent cneap; nouse
close in; 2 rooms now rented at $25.
BABY CHICKS, SIC 100; Barrred R. and
a. c white l. sittings eggs, uowen.
WANTED Partner, not necessarilT ac
tive, with capital of $125 for invest
ment that will net $400 a month. Ad
dress XXXX, care of Herald.
THOROUGHBRED laying White leg
horn hens; eggs for hatching, $1 per
sitting. Frank Poultry Yards. Phone
Alfalfa ranch at $58 per
Must Bell at once. Will
168 acres to trade for cot
tage or lota in SI Paso.
we have lots and houses
In any part of town.
If you want to buy, sell
or exchange, see us.
Real Estate and Insurance.
183 Mesa Ave. Phone 474-
FOR RENT-JJIce clean airy room In
private family: 5 minutes walk from
P. O.: rent very reasonable. Hi Chi
huahua. VIBRATOR, S5 battery, $5: large Ice
box. $10: gas stoves, $3. Phone 2794.
WHITE WYANDOTTE sittings, SL50;
Wyandotte cockerels. $2.50; ranch eggs,
48e dozen. Phone 2796.
HAWKINS famous Barred Bocks, bred
to laj; trapnested. and Wykoff strain
White Leghorns baby chicks: sitting
eggs. Address Bowen. Altura, Tex., or
call block 29, Military Heights.
WANTBD Employment by married
man: good education: experienced in
store work -and la engineering or sur
vey work; references. Address room.
3. Johnston House.
AN EXCELLENT Oklahoma farm, 1 60
acres, $4908: for small business or resi
dence in HI Paso. 131 N. Florence.
Phone 4427. L. H. S.
WANTBD TO BUY Collie
Write P. O. box 339.
WANTED A REGISTERED PHARMA
CIST TO WORK IN PHYSICIAN'S PRI
VATE LABORATORY AND ATTEND
TO CORRESPONDENCE. WRITE J.
esse, cars of herald.
BUICK 5 passenger auto for sale, 4
eyHiwier. top and windshield. Call at
Greer's filectrlc Garage.
At very low price for few
days large tract unim
proved Mesttle. valley land;
Co-Oneratlve -Renlty Co.
409-410 Amer. Nat Bank.
Building. Phone 5175.
WANTED Position as ranch foreman
by single man: experienced In hand
ling men and putting in new land: ref
erences or bond. Write A. ISU Herald.
WANTED SALESMAN for flrstclass
proposition. Will stand- closest inves
tigation and will pav big dividends. C
M. HaoKenzie. S86 Mills Bldg.
DENTAL CHAIR, cablrfe and engine
for sale. P. O. box 884. Phones 1140
MODERATE WAGES but good home for
American. German or colored girl. 131
X. Florence. Phone 4437.
WANTED Partner with small capital
for hog raising proposition: have 40
acre ranch in cultivation: can Invest
more capital. Address Partner, Herald.
WANTED American bov in grocery
store: wheel furnished. Cleveland
FOR SALE 4 room bungalow. Bast El
Paso- all builtin features: hardwood
floors, brick mantle, screened sleeping
porch with glass windows. Phone
THREE nicely furnished rooms for
housekeeping with sleeping porch. 113a
B. Rio Grande. Phone 656.
FOR RENT--2 nleel fiirnfufco, knn...
Iteeplng rooms; reasonable. Phone 4178. J
FOR SALE Motorcycle, single cylin
der: fine shape: late mdel; cash $89
j Address Motorcycle Bargain, care of
NICE LARGE SHADE TREES, heme
grown, well ellraated. sure growers.
Price 25c. Phone 2204 X. 300S Cy
BUNGALOW FOR RENT 3 rooms and
sleeping porch, in Highland Park.
FOR RENT Upstairs front room, nice
ly furnished: fine location. Phone 3875
821 B. Boulevard.
FOR SALB 4 extra large White Wy
andotte cockerels: prize winning stack
perfect beauties. Phone 402.
WANTBD Girl for household. German
preferred good wages. Phone 402.
WANTED A white woman to do een
eral housework for small fainllv! caoA
home for right party. Phone 3735:
A cook. 1980 Montana
FRED HEWITT DIES
AS RESULT OF WOUNDS
Fred Hewitt night watchman at the
Elephant Butte dam, died Friday night
as a reeelt of bullet, and stab wounds
he received Wednesday night His son.
Vernon Hewitt will leave with the
body Sunday for Lake City. Minru Be
sides his son. Mr. Hewitt leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Edward Black, at Lake
City, who until recently had resided at
Elephant Butte where her husband had
been employed Mrs. George Price of
T)urand. Wjs. a-d Mrs. S. F. Kelfer of
WEEK' END CLOSE
Conditions in Mexico Have a
Restrictive Effect on
- NOTE All Market news on
& this page reflects closing sale
prices (unless buy or bid be-
specified) on Saturday, Feb-
New York. N. Y.. Feb. 15. The stock
market closed weak today. Conflict
ing news regarding the status of af
fairs in Mexico had a restrictive ef
fect on speculation and although the
market opened higher in sympathy
with London, its strength was not long
maintained. The crisis in negotiations
between the railroads and the fire
men was another restraining influence.
Although sales of refined copper for
future delivery at as low a price as
15 cents were reported, copper stocks
showed a degree of firmness, owing
primarily to short covering.
The general market was heavy at
times and became quite weak toward
the end. Among the rail stocks North
ern Pacific Lehich Valley. Canadian
Pacific. Pennsylvania and Northwest
ern were especially weak.
Bonds were Irregular.
MONEY AND METALS
NEW YORK MARKET.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, N. Y-, Feb. 15. Money on
call, nominal; no loans.
Time loans; strong: 60 days, 44 5
percent: 90 days, 4 05: six months,
Prime mercantile paper, 5 percent
Commercial bills. 4.82.
Mexican dollars. 48.
The metals markets were dull and
practically nominal. Lake Copper,
15.25: Electrolytic, 15.03: castings, 14.75.
Iron, easy: No. 1 Northern. 1&35
18.75; "No. 2 Northern, 17.7518.26;
St. Louis. Lead and Spelter.
St Louis, Mo., Feb. 15. Lead steady;
' Spelter, quiet: 6.22 & 6.25.
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Mexican Money El Paso Quotation.
Mexican pesos fEl Paso buying
Mexican currency (El Paso buying
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.50.
El Pssa Smelter Quotations.
Bar silver, 62.
Copper (wire bars) 15.80.
Copper Cathode (cts.'per lb) 16.725.
Lead (N. Y. sales price) 4.35.
.Lead (London) fl6. slO, d8.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver. 62,17.
NEW YORE .LISTED
t By Associated Press.)
Sugar Bid 1K
Southern Pacific 187
Union Pacific 156
Steel Pfd 188
SOCIETY USES PHONE
New York, N. Y Feb. 1. Mrs. Phil
Lydig and Mrs. George J. Gould are
among the society leaders who have
taken advantage of the telephone ts
extend hurry call Invitations to their
friends to attend their miraculously
elaborate "Informal Lenten gather
ings." These functions attract those
who are willing, to enjoy an occasional
MKS. PHIL LYDIG
break in the mnaAtanv . .1...
of sack cloth and ashes. The hostess
invariably manages to have arranged a
little musical program, which includes
some popular grand opera star and
there is always a sufficient quantity of
delicacies on hand to satisfy tiie guests,
no matter haw many happen to "Jrop
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; R Y NESS IN WEST
An Advance in the Hog Mar
ket Carries Provis
ions Up Grade.
Chicago, 111., Feb. 15. Uneasiness to
day over the dry fields in the west
gave the wheat market a lift Decided
strength developed alter predictions
that fair weather would continue dur
ing the next 36 hours. Firm cables
helped the buns. The opening was un
changed to c higher. May started
at 92 c. the same as last night, vi
brated between 92 and 92c, and
then rose to 93c. .
The close was easy at 92rc for
May, 3c under last night
Scarcity of forage in Nebraska and
parts of Kansas and Missouri tended
to make corn rally. May opened a
shade lower to a like amount up at
624 to 52c touched 52?4c and
climbed to 5:c.
The close was easy, ?ic net lower.
It 52 to 52?4e.
May oats started unchanged to a
16th off at 34 i to 34 & and sold at
Hhi to 34 He, ascended? later to 34
An advance in the hog market car
ried provisions up grade. The first
sales were 2 to 12c Mgher. with
May $19.70 to $19.72 fb;Mflrk. $10.60
to $10.62 for lard. $10.55 for ribs.
Grain and Provisions
July , 19.75
May .. ......$10.60
. u&,v .....,.... 1U,D3
May .,... $10,52, 1.0.5a
July ................ 10.55
Sept 10.60 010.62
Kansas City Grain. Close.
JASLy -- a. $
Chicago Produce Market.
Feb. 15,-p-Butter, steady.
Creameries, 28 35.
Sega, weak: receints 74S0. At mark.
oass included. 1701Sc;. refrigerator
first 15c; firsts, lSHc.
Potatoes, steady: receipts 36 cars.
Michigan, 4852c; Minn., 4850c; "Wis
PoaUry, alive, steady: turkeys, 15c;
ehlckess, 15c: springs, 15c
St. Louis AVool. Close.
St Luls. Mo., Feb. 15. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums. 21
35: fine mediums, IS 20; fine, 131S.
New Tort Cotton. Close.
New York, N Y Feb. 15. Cotton
opot ciosea quiet, juauiing uplands,
14.98; middling gulf, 13.15: no sales.
WEIGHT TO BUILD BIG
Will Sreet tSSjOCQ Structure oa Mon
- tana aad Stanton Streets, to Contain
SI Single "Roots Apartments.
Dr. M. O. Wright will build a. $35,068
apartment house at the southwest cor
ner of Montant and Stanton streets, of
red pressed briok, three stories in
height, with 2X apartments; ranging In
slse from one to four rooms. Work
will start next week. It Is to be built
exclusively for young men.
Billy Wilson will start work Monday
on his new two-story and basement
apartment house on West Boulevard,
Jttst above Santa Fe street. It will con
tain six two-room apartments and 'will
oost $18,880. Otto P. Kroeger & Co.
have the contract
Sella Bungalow For 94500.
Dr. Wilbur Townsend has sold his
six-room brick bungalow, at 809 North
Ochoa street to Mrs. Dora Blake for
$4588. The sale was made by Austin &
Mrs. A. I Byles will bctld two flve
room briek bungalows in block 93,
Franklin Heights", on Grandvlew ave
Kua. They are to cost about $3068
each, and J. C. Huff has the contract
The Grandvlew Realty company has
sold lots 19 and 20, In block SO, Grand
view, to Geo. W. Sharp, and. he is build
ing a six-room bungalow thereon. The
same company has sold O. J. Klrcher
ville. lets 5 and 6. In block 53 Grand
view, for $408.
WILL MAKE PLANS FOR
TUB HIGH LINE CANAL
For the purpose of taking prelimin
ary steps to secure the high line canal
from Elephant Butta dam. Felix Mar
tinez, R. F. Burges and Louis C Hill
ara te meet today.
They will draw up the plan which I
Will oe presemeu 10 me ru.ier user:,
association for Its approval and sent
to Washington for action.
The ordlnarycost of a Want Ad In
the Bl Paso Herald is 25 cents. It
reaches an average of about 70,000
readers each Issue.
Opportunity stares up
at you from this page,
$Jk may be a bettej
position just the cot
tage you v, int to renJ
a .chanc to own a
house on easy terms
a new cook an ambi
tious employe whal
0 Want a." ' istlewith;
the intimr :5S of the
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The Demoi of Discontent
Many Women and Men Fall to Get
Along $ Are We Moro Sensl-
tlvo These Pays.
By Winifred Blaeh.
EAR MISS BLACK:
All my life I have regarded
home life as the moat wonder
ful and best thing that could come to
a woman. I have now been married
five years to a man I loved, or I should
not have married him. but there is so
home life. I am working for my daily
bread and he is working, too, for a
very small salary.
With my nature It seems almost im
possible to live without something to
look forward to. I have nothing. I am
a bookkeeper aad find it hard now
adays to keep my mind on my work.
I long for the good old days when
men provided and women made the
home. J. W. H.
Well. well. J. W. H.. what a dread
ful time you are having all by your
self, and yet I know many people who
are much worse off than you.
Thousands of women stagger along
with all of these troubles at once, and
live through them, and make others
nappy at that
It never pays to worry about trou
ble. Either get rW of It or stop fret
ting; either get out of the condition
that galls you so. or stop thinking
about it immediately.
You want a home life. How badly
do you want it? Maybe you are the eae
who is that
How much does your husband get a
week anyhow? Less than anybody else
on earth, or do the men in the same
office with your husband get the same
salary he does? Hew do their families
live on it and bear the life?
I know people who are poor with.
$75 a week to spend; others feel rich
when they have $15; which class do
you belong to?
How do you knew you'd love heme
life? Have you ever tried it?
Home making isn't fun: It's work,
and hard Work at that, and there Isn't
a cent of money in it not a ceat How
do you knew you'd be so in leve with
it after all?
So vou lone for the "good old days
when men provided and women made
the home." I've heard a great deal about
those days. I wleh I'd -seen some of
I asked an old. old woman about them
the other' day and she said: "I reckon
there have always been no account men
and shiftless women as long as the
world has been made," and I rather
reckon with the old woman.
Mavbe all the oave men were just
4 the right thing in the way of "pro
viders ana perhaps an me cave -women
had to do was to sit on a limb and
wait for husband to drag home a deer
or so for supper, but if human nature
hasn't changed & whole lot since "dem
days," there were a good many of the
cave women up at dawn looking for
deer themselves, and cooking it too.
for a husband with "a misery" in his
back, or a toe ache, or something that
made him "inefficient" quite in the
We make too mueh fuss over things
these days, it seems to me. A man
doesn't make as mueh money as he
might, and his wife thinks she's "mls
raated." A weman forgets to send the
laundry to the wash and the husband
grinds his teeth and goee out looking
for an affinity.
What's all the fuss about: anyhow?
Are we getting so sensitive that we
have to have everything perfect or we
can't live at all?
Think it all over. J. W. JU think it
all over. What's really at the bottom
of your whole ery for help? Are you
tired of your husband? Are you
ashamed of hire? Do you feel that you
are cleverer than he is? Do you really
love him a., all? If you did. do you
think these "ideal conditions" would
be so vital to you? A, . .
Maybe you are III and tired and worn
out and need a chasse. Do you know
what I would do? I'd talk -it all over
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U. S. Department
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Paeo, Saturday. Feb. IS. 1813.
El Paso aad vicinity: Fair tonight
and Sunday; colder Sunday.
New Mexico: Fair tonight and Sun
day; aot mueh ehaage in tamperatura.
Weat Taxaa Teafght fair; coMer In
. with husband aad see what can be done
lor yo BBiH-
Go away somewhere; go bow, this
Where? oh, Just around the corner
If you do any better. Go downtown into
the foreign part of things and beard
with seme Italians a while and see how
little Mother Italy manages with her
husband's scanty wages. Find a. place
to live with some frugal German fam
ily; go out of yourself, get away from
husband, do it all in the friendliest
fashion, and let time see what time can
do. Time and absence, and rest and
Try It and let us all knew. "We are In
terested. TRIAL OF ROSS
UP ON MONDAY
nineteen Iadfetsients Have Been Re
turned Against Him In Connection
With Alleged Holdup.
L. E. Ross is scheduled to go to trial
Monday morning on an Indictment
charging him with robbery by "use of
firearms, 1b connctioa with the alleged
holdup of card players at the Hotel
McCoy, on the night of January 13,
when something like $1560 in cash and
$3008 worth of diamonds were taken
from him at the police static, accord
ing to the police. Nineteen indictments
were returned against Rose, all grow
ing out of the alleged holdup. He will
be tried first on the indictment re
turned against him on the testimoay of
George Gasklns, who testified that a
diamond ring was clipped from his fin
ger on that night V. L. Snyder, man
ager at the Western Detective agency,
of which Rose was an employe at the
time he was arrested, and C. P. Pitman,
also a Western agency detective, also
stand indicted for robbery by the use of
firearms, though the police do net claim
that Snyder was at the scene of the
Ross and his eedefeaoants, staee their
arreet have beea eofiflned in the county
JaiL Following a habeas corpus pre
ceding in the 34th district court Ross's
bond was placed at $28,880. Pitman's at
$18,888 and Snyder's &t $388. Nene o
the defendants furnished bail.
R. F. Atkinson, who, it is said. In
formed the police that the robbery was
to take place, and was their star wit
ness la he examining trial before jus
tice of the peace B. B. McCllnteek, is
expected to perform the same services in
the district court when the case goee
John T. Hill, who to representing
Ross, stated that he would make an
application Xer a continuance, while
district attorney W. W. Bridgers said
the state would announce ready for
New Tork. N. T- Feb. 15. Officers
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men and Snginemen voted unanimously
today to reject the amended plan of
arbitration submitted by 54 eastern
This upsets all negotiations looking
to peaceable settlement of the wage
controversy and leaves the strike or
der, already printed, hanging oa a
SANTA ROSA WOMAN
IS SERIOUSLY BURNED
Santa Rosa, N. ML. Feb. 15. Mrs.
Lottie Keller, kindling the breakfast
are at the home of W. W. Wentworth.
on South Fifth street was seriously
if not fatally burned. Mrs. Keller had
picked up a can of gasoline, thinking
it was kerosene, and was about to pour
some of its contents en the kindled
fire, when the can exploded.
BATH TITB TRUST FINED.
Detroit Mich., Feb. 15. Judge Clar
ence W. Sessions. In the federal district
court today imposed fines ranging fresa
$1 to $10,80 on the 14 individual and
13 corporation defendants convicted in
the trial of the so-called bath tub trust
for criminal conspiracy in restraint of
I MAY HPPf& LO ST MY CHATert ANX "tfTY
BUT I STILL TTfliW My G,rl.ISH i-AtXrHTCR-
s r & -,
GNTUMe-N DC SEATED
INTERLOCUTOR-Tftreq SAW VOU
STANDING ON THE CONNER
YESTERDAY WITH A CABBAGE IN
TF IMBO-YES SOH. I WAS WBiTim mi
r r. ..-. " .
n hk iu tOME AL,ONG AN' I VVBSJ
OAKKVIN'OE CABBAGE FO fi
INTERLOCUTOR- FOR WHAT
TflMBOWELL IF DE POST CAR
DAT CAME ALOfcr HAPPENED TO
BE TOO CROWDED I WAS
THKU fc CflR aHEftP ,
CALL fl COP.M
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sanoay iair ana ooia-.
Bl Paso readings;
Barometer fsea. level) 38.84
Dry thermometer ......... 34
Wet thermometer . . 38
Dew point .... 2
Relative bumkHty ...... 68
Direction of wind ..- NW
Velocity of wind ....... S
State of weather ,,,.,... ,r
Kalnrall last 34 hrs. . a
Highest temp, last 34 hra. 56
Lowest temp, last 13 hrs. 34 1
Height of river this morning aboveW
fixed zero mark. Hi feet Rise in taw
3-i hours, 0.1 foot
BLUE LODGE BEGINS
MOVE TO NEW TEMPLE.
Moving vans were lined up at the
entrance to the Masonic temple build
ing, Saturday removing the lodge fur
niture and records from the old to
the new temple The blue lodge held
its farewell meeting in the old templet
Friday night The chapter has its final
meeting tonight The basement of tbo
new home is to be used temporarily.
BUDGET FUND GOES
TO NEARLY $13,000
Dp to noon Saturday the chamber
of commerce has raised $13,S80 fer Its
budget fond. On Friday $915 of this
amount was raised.
, j j , $ .j,
HOTEL SKIBOLD.FT. "WORTH,
IS DESTROYED Kt FTRB.
Fort Worth, Te&. e. 15.
The Hotel Setbold was practi
cally destroyed by lire early
this morning. Many of the
guests -were rescued by fire
men aad pettee, and carried
down ladders. Alt escaped in
jury. The loss Is estimated at
SKHBD TRIAL INT8KRTTPTBD
BY THE CRYLVG W A BABT
Vernon. Tex Feb. 15. Nine witnesses
called by the prosecution, have testi
fied in the trial of John B. Sneed, ac
cused of having killed Al G. Boyce. jr ,
at Aiaarillo, Tex, last September. One
witness declared that when he met
Sneed Immediately after the shooting
and asked aba what had happened, the
banker replied: "On, nothln; rve got
The trial was interrupted yesterday
by the crying of a baby and the judge
excluded all spectators.
CHARGE DRAUGHTSMEN DISCLOSED
MILITARY SBCRKTS TO JAPANESE
Manila, P. L, Feb. 15. A draughtsman
of the engineer corps and a draughts
man of the bureau of lands have been:
arrested for disclosing military secrets.
Detailed plane of Cerregidor fortm-
cations were found in the possession of
a Filipino aboard a steamer bound for
Japan. Further incomplete plans weree
discovered among the prisoner a effects.
Leavenworth. Kana, Feb 15. Rich
ard H. Houlihan, and Wm. Shape, of,
Chicago, and Paul J. Morris, of St,
Louis, labor men. convicted at Indian
apolis of conspiracy to transport ex-i
plosives illegally, were released, from
the federal prison here this afternoon!
TROOPS GUARD CHARLESTON.
Charleston. W. Va, Feb. 15. WithU
two companies of the West Virginia na
tional guard on duty in the capital city
and 508 soldiers scattered through tho
strike ridden section of the Kanawha.
coal field, governor Glasscock and
Adjt Gen. Elliott this morning felt
they had the coal strike situation well
CBRKAJf AVIATOR IS K3LLHD.
Leipstc. Germany. Feb. 15. The Ger
man aviator, Lenk, was killed bore to
day while attempting a gliding flight
front a height of 3408 feet His aero
plane toppled In midair.
IT WAS DINNER TINE AT THC
CJAIL. EVeVTH N 6-WitS QOET
WITH THE EXCEPTION OP THE
RATTJLE OFTHE NllE& rD
FORWS WHEN ALL OP A SUE&etA
A VOICE FROM THE VIOLENT
WARD WAS HEARD TO VEL?
"TRLfcTING- ABOUT BASEBALL
1SNT THE BIL.L, POSTER'S
&T1CKWORK PRCTTY CrOOOT
STEP RIGHT Jrt LRDiES
WE ftRE JUST f30iT
TO FEED THEM
ifo THE BOOB
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