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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, February 22, 1913 13 Too Late to Classify FOR RENT. 1304 Maotana St- 8 room house, gar age and heating plant. Caraway Afcmj. FOR SALK TWO NEW BLNGAI.OWS. erv nice interior arrangement- all uie buUtln features, hardwood floors.' heating plants, south front on Rto Grande St.: priced to sell, (rood terms. CatwMy A Adam. 211 MIHa St. FOR SALK N. ORBGOK ST. One 6 room bungalow, $S700: good terms. FOR LK 3WXTAMA ST. HO MR, Reduced from SC0O0 for a auick sale: easy terms, located near Houston 1 square. Owner leaving: city, a rooms, modern: lot 1744x120.. CaiwMr 4t Adams. FORCED SALE. HODLBVARD ST. A modern room brick cottage. Phone or U1 at office for particulars. VtuuMy & Adams. FOR SALST MONTANA ST. 8 lots. Cotton AoL. paving paid, Tne prices are right- good terms. Onaoldr & Adams. vnn biii ivixavi c-n nn.nim; -lies. 3714x1:0. Make us an oner. Ideated in the 700 block. Caasldv A Adcma. 211 MHIs St. FOR SALE HCTPOS ST. A modern C room bungalow with basement. Price $5000 good terms. Ctumtiy & Adam. FOR SALK Building site. K. Kansas, 40x120 Price $1500. CaieUdy A Adam. 11 Mitts St. . BE l TIFfTL RKSIDEJiCB FOR SALK. LS CRVOBS. N. M. 3" room house, pebble dash finish, on 7J4 acres of high' improved ground, containing garden, firm trees, flowers, etc. This house contains ev ery possible convenience and comfort, the house and entire grounds being sup pi: e with water from a private water svstesa, the house, barns, serjanfs houses being lighted -with a private gas plant The house contains hard wood parquet floors, baths. Sleeping porches, and co nsent walks surround the house. There are several barns for ehicles. animals, gar apre. chicken houses, duck ponds, etc The price of this splen did home is $16,000 on good terns or we will exchange for El Paso realtj. The house Is well fur nished, and there are some fine cows, horses, chickens, automobile ve hicles? etc. all of which it also be purchased. The Sutton Realtj Co, Two Republics Bldg. Phone 1209. FOR SALE. Lar-e cattle ranches in Texas, Naw Mexico and 1 1 Mexico. City -vacant business and rowdoncc lots at low prices. ... ,. Manv good homes in choice residence districts. . , I write Land Title insurance Phone 615 CrtUtf. 41 Mesa Ave- -KT NOT! Buy some of those acre tracts for ;za eacji. $10 cash. $10 a month, while yan can get then-u Tehin Trunt Co. Interorban Land Hsadquarters. EAST WYOMING ST. $200 cash balance Jike rant.. I1" S2S50. 4 room red pressed 5.?" ern 1 block of car line. Worth the money Amrtia A Marr. Sole AeB. . . . Phone 4".r SO 4 San Antonio St. 9SM BKL8W COSTrt. This attractive 7 5"N home in Highland ParK. block from ar line, aaa pebble dash finish on out side and tinted and plas ter finish on inside: nfoe bath large screen porch es chicken house and barn Price $3500 on easr terms Raaey Bros. Real Burnt and Insurance. 609 Amer Bank Bldg. Phone 613. FOR RENT To gentleman, nicely iurnlsbed front room ifi pnate family modern con- eniences 1312 Arizona St. AITOMOBILE BLS1NESS FOR SALE. One or tne nest auumwEv n" bile businesses and agencv o?"118 in the southwest located In Kl Paso, Owing to the fact that I have large interest in another city causes me to offer for sale this business. It will pav to investigate this proposition. Write F 3?fl erald FOR SALE. Elegant 6 room bungalow cloe la; has hardwood floors, bulIUn buffet and in fact everything a home should hau, ircluding den and breakfast room outbuildings consist of servants room gcTS?' and storage Tiouse: has full basement -with concrete floor- 2 fire rlaccr One of the best bunga-lo-ns ever built in El Paso. Price S'500 including paving paid "4 casn. BBtta & Marr, Sole areata. Phone 4?t0 304 San Antonio St. TPOR ALB 5 ROOM BUNGALOW, COMPLETELY FIBMSIIK1). In good location large porches- - fuU lots $4300 takes it tor auick sale. Ttln Real Eatate Trait Co. WEAR TOf BEST. The "Daisy Ereclasw." El Paso Optleal Co.. Inc. rTTirv T.ixn WSXT8D nor this tenement house naying $ f T)f - month I'nimnniveu uu ic.... 1 Jay F. Knox. ;, Mills St. Phone -843, GOVERNMENT HILL, CLOSE INr 4 corner lots on car line, northeast corner Mod Price $0 D. G TIclaemaH. 20 Mills St. OFFICE Ft RXTTURE at Fnutr A 74nklcr. -'IN. Stanton. TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON BLISS ST. $900 bus 2 level lots on Bliss, pav- ine naid. Other lots, no better, are SPlllng for S-0n to $600 each. Be quick. Mayfield Realty Co. BLISS ST. 52250. 4 room tottae. 50 foot south front let lot alom worth $1400 1 block of Jar line ard in the buittup district. If rou want something desirable and can Pi as much as $500 cash, call us for .ointment inntls Marr, ole gents. --hone 4350 304 San Antonio St SFE ad "S-SAPS" Rmg Hguse C6L - CLASSIFII2D ADS. ON FACES IS. 14 AND IS 9 EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. S. A. M. rteguiar mccuujga ibi niiu iu Wednesdays of each month. W. W Kvans. W. M. Geo F Morgan Acfg Sec 5f T-ocre Wotlces Alasonic Kelicf Board Masonic Temple TTou-s Co- El Taso and nam 'o 12 m M souri Sts I l. Kl 1V DVNONC. At 4.DEMY at c P l-i.il - 'i'l dince every pp - "-at jr. ay evenings. Too Late to Classify BRIGHTEN YOUR HOME with Hew furniture by exchanging the old. Featx Zinkler. EAST EL PASO ADDITION. C beautiful building lots, located prominently on our best street. This ground suitable for mansion or to di- vide and build bungalows. If sold at once $200 will buy. $a00 cash, balance 1 year. ABHtin . Marr, SIe Agents. Phone 4360. 384 San Antonio St. LOTS FOR .SALE. Some of the best located in Altura Park. Phone us for appointment. Raraey Bros. Real Estate and Insurance. f9 Amer. Bank Bldg. Phone 613. I , NEW 2 STORY HOME I OLOSE IN. , Has 7 of the most delightful rooms " ever saw; front porches and Urge screened rear porches: beamed ceilings. paneled wainscotlngsi elegant brick valley, on railroad, close to Iser sta manteL hardwood floors throughout, j Hon; shallow water. Only $6 per acre. very fine electric nxturee. Basement; under the entire house, furnace heat. This is one of the prettiest homes in i Al iao mnu ne wami. tv auv.v w .., you. will be completed next weeic it is absolutely uptodate in every respect. Mayfield Realty Co. Owners and Builders. A BARGAIN -"Slta will not be long on the market. 4 room brick cottage and S nice level street. & fronts and the price is only $3200: good lerms. McCIare Realty Co. 3M Texas St. Phone 43W SPECIAL. IT ACRES YSLETA GRANT. Alt cleared, leveled, and with ditches and borders in. Price S17S0 en good terms. Jav F Knox, SOS Mills St Phone 843. HIGHLAND PARK BUSINESS CORNER 120x125. northeast corner, block 78. a bargaie. D. G. Heineman, 200 Mills St. CHD mTCl. ISO Montana, 10 rooms $75.00 m Jf?- 5 r ?22 27 Commerce. 3 rooms":..:: 13.00 SACRIFICE sale, Cat from $7000 to $6500. elegant 7 room 2 story brick on corner, paved street, walking distance, close in. Can arrange terms for a short time onU-. W have one of the largest bargain lists' In the city. Newman . Lyons, 304 Mesa Ave. EXCHANGE LIST. 229 acres near Las Cr fl ees, well Improved. Will exchange for SI Paso property. Good grocery business, located, on one of our best streets. Can offer at great sacrifice or wilt trade for vaflev land. Fine tract of land in Bl Paso county' to exchange for land in East Texas, where it rains. 100 acre valley farm to exchange for 331 Paso real estate. Co-Opcrae Realty Co. 449-410 Amer. Bank Bldg. Phone 6176- NBW IOBBBRG Refrigerators, none batter. Cash or terms. Fentx . Zinkler. 113 N. Stanton. "TULAROSA ST. BARGAIN. ' $M6 buys 2 lots on car line; street to bo paved. D. G. Heineman, 209 Mills St. LET A RESPONSIBLE CONTRACTOR Build your home. Mayfield Realty Co. Contractors and Builders. Satisfaction Guaranteed. NEW BUNGALOWS. We have now under con struction two bungalows with all modern conveni ences on Bliss St.. 2 blocks from end of Montana St.; beamed ceilings and hard wood floors In living and dining rooms. Can finish to suit purchaser. These bungalows will be sold at a close mice with small ash payment down. , Ramey Bros. Real Estate and Insurance. 609 Amer Bank Bldg. Phone 613. RUGS AT A BIG DIOOUNT to close them out Phone 1106. ' Featx at. Zinkler. NEVADA ST. 5 ROOMS TSOSO. Close in, south front corner, 60 foot terraced lot- house built for a home and constructed right- has every con venience. Right party can buy for $400 cash,! the balance monthly. This fropertr atosolutelr sacrificed. Owner s losing $250 on this property at this Rrice. Anstin A Marr, Sole Agents. Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St FOR SALE. S ROOM HOUSE Close in on San Antonio St Price $4000: terms. e ROOM HOUSE Close in on San Antonio St. Price $5250: terms. Breaddas & Le Baron. InsHraace and Real Estate. Amer Bank Building. SBW APARTMENTS FOlt RENT. STEAM HEAT. CLOSE IN. W have a few of those new apart ments for rent which will be com pleted about March 10th: have 3 rooms, front porch and sleeping porches: hard wood floors and other attractive fea tures. ' Mayfield Really Co. Owners and Builders. DO YOU WANT TO SELL OR TRADE? If you want to sell or trade your house, lots or valley land list with us. Alderete Bros. Real Estate and Insurance. Alderete Building. 103 Mesa Ave. Phone 474. BARGAIN BUSS ST. 3 lots in block 119. just 1 block from both car lines. $450 each, easy terms. . Austin S Marr. IMPROVED FARM. 103 AN ACRE. 7f acres, 42 in alfalfa, good orch ard, fine residence, good barn and out houses on main road and ditch, short distance from Dona Ana, N. M. This is on- of the best buys that has ever been offered in the upper valley. Tefcia Real Eatate Trust Co. S ROOM HOME. RIO GRANDE ST. WILL TKE LOTS s fir-t r v m nt balance ft, a month imlndin-, ifpi house nev and well finished Tntf bisr porches and base- Jay F Knox. 2 S v '- at Phcce 842. Too Late to Classify BARGAIN DAT Xondav. t . ruura t iiflKieri I ione lies. us n. Stanton.. , .. 3 LEVEL LOTS In Altura Park, 36S5. D. G. Helnemnn. 209 Mills St. AT MLVWT, ARIZONA. 3 story concrete hotel, 3 rooms, baths, closets, heat ing plant; is leased for 2 years for $15 per month. $10,900, will sell or trade. Party who holds lease on this is clearing $380 net per month. Ipvestigate this. F. B. Hadlock Realty Co. 2d Floor, Caples Bldg. "WE BUILD AND SELL HOMES And will build a home to suit vou in anv nart of the city on your lots or ! yurs ana give you easy terms. Our homes are artistic and are well built. We devote our entire time to home Butldincr. Se its tiw)v xv. rM v ,."- . .z.: : - "-. ir pituis ana specifications. MflTfield Ttenli-r rv. Contractors and Builders. $0,000 worth of homes under con struction new. A MONRV "IAKSIL 840 acres of choice land, adjoining i worm more money. I D. G. neincman, 290 Mills St. EVERY DAY I am trrindincr to order those famoits Kryptok lenses, ground from one piece or gl&36, yet giving perfect near and distant vision. No dividing line, no patched lenses. Just one piece of glass with two sights perfectly blended Into one. A pleasure to wear. Ground to order in your home elty. Geo. D. Kendall. 20S Mesa Ave. Makes Glasses Right When All Others Fail. WE CAN SlJIT YOD IN A HOME If any one can. Let us figure with you, Mayfield Realty Co. We build and sell more homes than any firm or corporation in the city. LET MAYFD3LD REALTY CO. Build vour home. Our prices are low and workmanship and material the very best. Don't delay. See us now. B INNER YEVR FOR EL PASO. We expert to build even more homes this year than we did in 1912, and we want to build yours. We guarantee satisfaction. We have $50,000 worth of homes under construction now. Do it now. See us today. Mayfield Real- Co Contractors and Builders. I WA l)PVAtA nil, AnfrlA timA tA Vamma ) building anjj our homes show it UPSON AVE. HOME. ROOMS. 'This cottage has every convenience land was not built to sell: south front on nice terrace. Jay F. Knox. 209 Mills St. Phone 843. SEE W. F. rAYNE For Accident. Fire, Plate Glass and Automobile insurance. Phone 1250. WE HAVE BUYBRS For city property or valley land. List 3jour real estate with ns for a QUICK A'LE. Loomis Bros. 31,7 Amer. Bank Bldg. Phone 456. FOR SALE 9x12 Wilton velvet rug. color green Cost 46. will take MS: used very little. $17 brass bed, never was usea. nz. jiu w. Missouri. WANTED Experienced girl for gen eral housework. 1201 Orient Phone 3291- 1. The smallest FOR SALE One of the best small ranches in the lower vallej. IS acres, S room house, pumping plant fruit and grapes- highlv improved in every way. A good buy for some one it taken this week. Call 310 W. Mis soari. Do not phone. ,. TWO NICE furnished rooms for rent for light housekeeping. 1011. Wyoming. VFANTED Firstclass -woman for gen eral housework: must stay nights on place- good h me for right party. 1137 Nevada. f, GRAND VIEW LOTS for sale. 1 block xrom car une a. gooa oargain. iror prices and terms phone 4752 between 8 a. m and 2 p. m. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front bedroom suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen: excellent board next door. 325 W. Mis souri SACRIFICE SALE Modern 7 room house on Mundy Ave.; rents for $35.00 montbl. This -will go cheap, as owner must sell. p. O. box 775, PURITY STRAIN White and Brown Leghorns, Blue Ribbon stock. Eggs, $1.50 per 15. Johnson, 1119 San An tonio. 2. A deck of cards. HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms, i moaerate rates. iz .Myrtle. FOR RENT 4 room cottage on Fort Bliss car line, $16. Phone 1358. even ings. WILL TRADE modern income citv property for a. hundred acre improved vaney farm at right price. Address H. L.. Herald "JUICY. '"JUICY" Don't miss this ad, Rmg Ho. Col. Such snaps. "WANTED Store room or part of store room on Mesa Ave. or San Antonio at Will pay the price. Write Price, csre of Herald A BARGAIN I room red preseed brick near Alta Vista school and car line, on Tularosa. $.160 cash- and balance small monthly payments no agents. Owner K. 350, care Herald. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZ7.LB. Upper left corner down, between two. AVANTED By voung couple (no chil dren! March 1st 3 unfurnished con nectlvr rooms, close in. Phone 4585 X. mornings or after 6 p. m. FOR SALE Ranch and improvements with 200 white face cows, water and range sufficient for 1200 head. Ad dress P. O. box 217. Kl Paso. FOR SALTS Suburban home, modern 8 room house running water, electric lights, steam heat: close to splendid school and P. O.: 4 acres ground. 300 bearing pear trees. Address P. O. box 217. El Paso. 3. Because words are always pass ing between them. WANTED By March 1st by healthy, reliable permanent eunle. 2 or 8 un furnished light housekeeping rooms in walking distance of high school Address "Permanent Couple," care of Herald. ADULTERY A sin against God. a crime against the individual, the fam ily, the nation, and the race. Hear Rev. John E. Abbott at Westminster tomorrow night WANTED To rent desk with table room In down town office. State terms and location. X Y. Z-. care of Herald. FINE DRIVING MARE 7 years old, city rr05e.' ent,e and sound: safe for lady to ride or drive, also piano box buggy, single harness and small delivery wagon, will take $175 for horse, buggv and harness, and S30 for wagon. Can be seen at Homan Sanatorium. WANTED Colored norter and ianitor. must have references and of good hab its: uniform furnished. Answer in own handwriting, giving salary required. Address Porter, care of Herald WAXTBD Address of man named Mc Curry. who has collie pups for sale. Phone 438S. FOR SALE Close in corner, sacrifice for 30 days onlv, beautiful apartment site, don't ans- unloss you got $3500 caBh. Owner 3 . Hrald 4. Footman ROOM FOR RENT in nmate fimilv no sick need apply Phone 1.J91 5 Because profit all he makes. Is net WANTED Gas rangt and gals water netn r j-'none zyt- Vow douMp-b-rrpl Ttfminsrtott Ut "in w'tn asf VT 1 rf h Til r - -st$n ItiiC nj Too Late to Classify WANTED Woman to do housework- i must stay on place at night. Phone 3J. MONEY WAXTBD Small amount to operate proved nay mine in Jew Mex- A ico. 62, care .of Herald. . . THAT TOT -DESK" for 'salcr $8. eare Herald. C. 40. -WANTED A block of 16 pr more lots af Grand View Will pay spot cash for real bargain. Charles K. Lewis, P. O. Box 6. EGGS FOR HATCHING A few sit ffngs -from choice R. I. Reds. $2 por U. WU deliver. Phone 4242. A "FA3CILY OF TWO wants girl who speaks- English for housework. Apply Monday at 171$ Montana St. or phone 5525. i : ' POR SALE BY OWNER A nice home """ close In. north of tracks, oast front. Address Home. Herald. LAD1 wants 1 or 2 furnished sunny rooms -with sleeping porch. C care of Herald. .A FAMILY OF TWO wants girl Who speaks Knglish for housework. Apply .Monday at 1716 Montana gt or phone 5525. FOR SALE in Altura Park Add., 2 south front Jots in block 41 on Savan nah St., 2 blocks from Highland Park car line: terms. H. I Hosklnson, Can utillo, Tex. . FOR SALE Wagon and team mare ' mules C years old. wagon been used 1 s davs. harness to match. Val Verda Add., block 2. Phone 4563. FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 room flat. bath, front and back porches: fine location, block from high school. 505 Nevada St FURNISHED ROOMS for irent Phone ! 5449. 607 Mesa. FOR RENT MARCH 1ST 4 room apartment. compCetely furnished, all new and modern. Apply at No. 3 Mar guerite Apartments, 1106 E. Boulevard. ROOM AND BOARD $1 per day. gentle- j men preferred. 618 X Bl Pane. WANTED 2 to 4 lots In Grand View. Altura or Government Hill. AVHl pay all cash. Must be a bargain, write i R. 08, Herald. ' A F4.MJLY OF TWO wants girl who speaks English for housework. Apply Monday at 1716 Montana St.. or phone 5525. AMERICAN with some knowledge of r Spanish, would like to meet spanlsn speaking gentleman for exchange of lessons or conversation evenings. Ad dress box 351 for appointment. WANTED Coal range with hot water back, must be in good condition and cheap. Phone 1018. NICELY furbished front room, ground floor. 1015 San Antonio. TWO thoroughbred Brahma hens and one rooster for sale or exchange for Indian, Runner ducks. Phone 4897. PHONOGRAPH $30 buys bargain. Vic tor talking machine and 40 records: fine shape. Write or call 311 San Fran cisco St. . - A FAMILY -OK TWO wants girl .who I speaxs jsngiisn. lor nouseworx. appu Monday at 1716, Montana jt-, or phone 5525. I CHOICE RINGLET ROCK eggs for batching. 90S E. Nevada. FOR SALE 3 lots in Government Hill addition. Phone 3290. or address Miss Wilson. 2869 Rio Grande, city. WANTED Pos'tion as meat cutter or grocery clerk. Phone 1444 X FOR SALE OR TRADE 100 ft 6 in. castiron pipe, 100 ft. 4 in. wroughtiron pipe: 100 ft 6 in. wroughtiron pipe, one 10x7 rock crusher, law type; one 16x9 rock crueher, jaw type: one 6 H. P. gasoline engine. Jlj-2 Piedray St. FOR RENT Newlyl furnished room for gentleman. 707 S Missouri St. NICE FRONT ROOM and board, pri vate family. 1218 Boulevard. Phone 5128. CHICKEN RANCH on 4 lots for sale, doing excellent business; easy terms. Ranch care Herald. RINGLETS RARRED ROCK and Buff Orpington egga, $1 00 to $2.50 sitting, $6.50 100. finest in southwest. John Salopek. Stevens and La Luz, Bl Paso. Grafting Girls the Meanest Their Work Sends Many Men to Jail Yearly; The Man's a Fool, She n Devil. By Dorothy Dlx N OT LONG ago I said in this col umn that I thought that the man who is entitled to receive ft "-" ""v -" the Medal for the Meanest Man was j the man whose attentions were with- out intentions. I mean the man who , just to amuiM; ujuietbij. m fewi.j vanity deliberately wins a girl's affec tion, monopolizes her society, and keeps her from marrying some other man. although he never has the slight est intention on marrying hex himself. A man, who agrees with my esti mate Of the meanest man, asks me whom I consider the meanest girl in the world. There are many bad and wicked women, many women who ruin the lives or men through their evil in worse, or who does more harm than . fluence, but there is not one who is the grafting, girt i,ne occupies a fine l place in society, ana consiaers nerseu a model of virtue, and yet there is many a bedrabbfed woman of the street who lias a kinder and nobler heart than she. and manv a woman thief serving her term in prison who is more honest The girl grafter is young. She is pretty. She looks soft and tender, but a marble statue has not less feeling, nor less smpathy. She is determined to have things, and she does not care how she gets them, nor what suffer ing the getting of them entails on other people. Her first victim is her father. You se him often. A shabby, weary, worn man. with bent shoulders, who tolls far beyond his strength to supply his grafting daughter with finery. He is being Killed by inches to buv her silks and satins. But the grafting girl is only trying her 'prentice hand on father. Of course the grafting girl is always on the lookout for some rich man to marry, but In the meantime, while she Is waiting for the moneybags to come along, she does not disdain small game and There is no clerk, nor boolfl-eeper on a small salary, so poor and so needy that she cannot wheedle something out of him in the way of a present or a treat. She can't talk two minutes with a man without descanting on how she loves the theater and lonsrs to see some particular play, and how she dotes on sining in a dox until she backs mm. up into a corner where he has to have superhuman courage to refrain from asking her to go with him to see the play that she has determined he shall take her to. The Christmas Holdup. When she has a btrtHdav o.r Christ mas rolls around, she holds up every man she knows, and forces him tp send her the expensive presents she wants, and that she has already picked. out for him to trive her. Anjl she's so subtle and Insidious in her wavs that the mm who have haen mulcted never know how it happens' that they are always sending her candy and jewelry and silk stockings, and taking her to expensive places of amusmi nt But she knows. Th grafting girl is the meanest girl in the -world and here's one of the meanest tor!9 of her meanness, and it s a true one for I personally knew al1 th people roncerqed in It Vs fine ,i oung fellow os God ever made fell in love with a grafting girl who was as beautiful of bodv as she was hideous of soul The boy was poor but the cirl plajed him alone because he wa- -nilling to suppl her v th thcat. r ti. IsoU although ht hj.d li ilf t -e h rr i If to do It nn . ' i In t u i w v. 1 1 i ip 'h ' t i i ' T t t v. 1 lf e r I"l I . . WJ a . .. Lid Another Crook Play In New York; Many Plays, But Little Money I '' w - . ''"- sft?CTj"yfliiiBl-BL . iT i j I U3ri v 4 -j i teW5 iBBsisHssBSSsaVL T?5llL ' fv V.. t " ....'" I IbbSbeSSiK flR JssS5BfHsBBBU I VU " ""t I ffBBBBBBBBBBBsQsBBBBSBBDsKCsl A ntU4SrlEtTFrTri 6tP I X- "-" -, ' A 1 I SBsSSBBaS S JBattBSBMUk I ' '.: m uWSKiK&m r fmmSmml . " r ' - J ( j. flBBLsssaViBBBWt Jmts&EsSBi&USSIrm " ' i - I vBBBa3.iBK5affnK wSM-StSSSBSSKSSRDHSBaSBBBBSm, - (V rs. Y9EaS2fiSa"3i& 5sbbbmss?SBbsx4bssW . - , A v?oi Ws'T'fS'sS'fiBjtmir-. H&alsBBBrnsHBBBSvF Theatrical Season .done, Especial the Crook Calrert.) N: KW YORK Feb. 22. Any theatrical manager in New York, except a few Cisgruntled ones. ui any well versed first aighter, will tell you that there are mora successful plays now running in this city than can be shown oc the records for any previous season. With the elimination of the word "successful, the state- ment is correct But the fact that a play is having a long run in New York does not necessarily mean that At is making money, except in the indirect ' way op the manager's hypothesis that a long run in New York insures a prof- ltaDie career on tne roaa. to count tne Broadways plays that are rolling up a 'profit at the present' time" one would not require mere than the fin gers on one band. The trouble is we have been over playing the play this season. There has been too much of a good thing. -The Master Mind." But here is an example of too much of a had thing. "The Master Mind" is another crook play. There are only two characters in the whole show who dare refer to their past. It seems that the managers will never learn that a mere crook, as such, is not the most Interesting crea ture in the world. That there have been geniuses in crime none wftl deny, but it takes a genius of a playright which Daniel Carter, the perpetrator of the present affair, is not to cre ate a genius of any kind, be he crook or priest "The Master Mind" was opened Mon day night in the very heart of the most popular crook belt at the Harris thea tre. But the play did not prove to be popular. There are so many more In- ,- aiuiiiail IXTKIIa ittair vdasa mail. lnR for lt- tae g 8pted a diamond bracelet that was worth a thousand -J. wVround and then turning to the Boy she asked. wttn a languishing gaze into nts eyes: "Would you give this to me if I asked you for It?" "Oh of course," he laughed. "Well, I do ask you for it Thank you so much." Tne boy tried to oke it off. but the grafter held on to the bracelet. The jeweler, who knew and loved the boy, attempted to take it away from her, but she Tiould not surrender the bauble, and in the end she got the trinket With a face like death and a hand that shook, the boy wrote out a cheek for the price of it for the money that he J STntfve' ,he Stle that "a,- fim-ix- m the mo His familv Da Id the money, the mat ter was hushed up. but it killed his mother, and sent him out into the -world a defaulter, -who tried to drown the memory of his shame in drink. And the girl grafter wore her diamond bracelet with never a papg of remorse for all the tragedies it cost "Where Man I a Fool. It is the girl grafter, and she grows up into the grafting woman, who is responsible for main a man's dishon esty. .Weak of the man Of course. But whatman is strong when the wom an he loves is urging him on, tempt ing him. tender when his hands are full, cold when they are empty The man is a fool, but the woman Is a devil, for she knows where she's driving him, whereas he is too blind to Ladles' garments cleaned, pressed. Wright ADS BY PHONE. The ordinary cost of a Want Ad In the Bl Paso Herald is 35 cents. It reaches an average of about 70.000 readers each teeue. Ladies' garments cleaned, pressed. Wright. Silk waists cleaned. Wright. r I Complaints of Non-Delivery Subscribers are earnestly re quested to call 3030 before 6:30 p. a, if Tfee HeraM is not received at the usual timer It is our object to give prompt and regular de liver and we appreciate in fonaatMB. leading to a better-seat of the service. The City Circulation department closes at 6:30 p. m. and papers cannot be sent out if complaints are made after that hour. v ly With H0AVyo NXjP': J ; B&&3 Plays. VVSN5;i S QL - , , I, " 2 2A. From left to right are Katherine Master Mind," at the Harris theater; Path," at the 39th Street theater, an sisters, who is at the Winter Garden. Below is Sara AUgood. who ie w teresting crooks clustered around ' Forty-second street and Broadway, that j people resent having to be shut up in a stuffy theatre to watch the antics of a bunch of maudlin rascals of third or '. urth rate intelligence. xne story oi tne present ptay swings about the machinations of a ' Master Mind ' working out a terrible and sub tle revenge on a certain district at torney. The masterful one brings a herd of crooks to New York and sets them up as a family in a fine house In an aristocratio part of town. He is in the family as a butler. With the stage prepared, so to speak, he begins to harry the district attor- ney with messages -written on white paper, indicating tnat ne is on tne Of ficial's trait Then the messages are sent on red paper, meaning that he is getting closer and closer and the -hour to strike is approaching. In the meantime the district attor ney is introduced into this precious family, and he promptly falls in love with the little erookess, as sweet a little waif as ever grew up on the streets of Chicago But the Master Mind had prepared her for her role. He had sent her to a convent where four years of careful training had taughtt her how to do her hair, wear her clothes, and talk on subjects." j.iieii me uisinui aiiuraey receives a message on black paper the sym- bol of his doom. He is now running for governor. The disclosure of hiJ , .. J1A . . Inflnencing the Unborn Bxpeetant Mothers Have a Chance to Influence Children For Best That Is In Life. By Blla Wheeler WHlcox. THRB is a lovely mother of four charming children (the youngest almost four years of age), who is feling very despondent and worried because a fifth child will come to her in the early spring time. The husband is m comfortable cir cumstances; he has no bad habits, he Is a devoted husband and father and an admirable citisen. The four children are models of brightness, and are admirably brought up (perhaps because the father has a German lineage, and therefore does not believe in allowing children to be wild savages and to rule a nousenoia wim a high hand and a loud voice, as is the purely Americas custom). The mother is in good health, and she possesses every charming quality to bequeath to children. Somehow the situation does not seem one to call forth great sympathy. The four children may be regarded as suf ficient for one family in this era, but since so many undesirable people are producing large families, it behooves some of our better classes to give the world more than one or two offspring. Interesting Experiment. And now that women are beginning to understand the great law of prena tal influence, it should be the most m teresting of all experiences life has to offer a woman to experiment along that line of power and to undertake to make her child exactly what she de sires it to be. With a good and hind husband she loves and is loved by, with sufficient means to prevent great financial worry, with south and good looks and good lineage on both sides, this special mother has all God's best gifts on her side to help her mould a perfect child. Even without all these blessing and advantages, a mother has an almost limitless power to make her child what she desires if her love for it and her love for and faith in the Di ine Help ers are strong enough. One mother took the bust of the mythological goddess Clytie, a&d she kept it where her eyes rested on it the first thing in the morning and the last at night. And she placed flowers be fore it and made a little shrine of tha i niche where it stood. j Effect ef a Clacmle Picture. j And surely enough, her bay girl was born with the tender classic f- and head of the little statue. The mother should obtain books which describe ideal charaetars, and she should read them IotIbs-Iv? and think about them. The biographies of great men and great women, stories of deeds of he roism, histories of noble lives H Horse Goods Of every description. Get our prices before you buy. SheLton-Payne Arms Co. La Salle, who is appearing in The Ann Murdock. who is in The Bridal d Yansei Dolly, ooe of the famous Dolly ith the Iriek Players at Wallack s. wife's past Oh yes he has married the little waif by this time win ruin him. The hour has come to strike. Every thing is in readiness. The Master Mind has triumphed in everything appertain ing to and connected with the clot - oy stretentng out nis nana he ..an reap a revenge as complete as e-rer fed tne vengenu soul or a uick Turpm or a Jesse James. What happens? The Master Mind, himself, fills in love, his heart softens and his plot dissolves Into nush. The Irish. Players. The Irish Flayers began their sf ond week's engagenent at Wal'uk a theater Monday night with lady Grog orv's "Damar's Gold." This is the stor of an old mise who has a hoard of gold. His relatives come to take it from him, by theft if necessary. They -t thwarted on their first attempt in i when they return thej find that a. nephew of the old man has won all t-is money by tossing coins. Then the nephew and the miser decide to divde the money and venture out into the world to see the sights. While the play is billed as a comedv. It is not a comedy in the usual sense The lines are more humorous! in their imnitaatlan than in thai, ..hi a . " ; "..... .. MM. M.t.ul. ..Vl sirucuon. nut the piece offers tnea excellent players another opportumtv to exhibit their wonderful ability in character portrayal. these should fill her mind while sha is preparing to bring another life to earth. She should listen to good music and. look at whatever is beautiful and pleasing, and look away from what ever is ugly and unpleasant One mother planned to make a chfld a musician, so she studied music and practiced many hours daily, growing; very weary of It but never flagging 'a her effort. Her chUd came into the world with a dislike for music, because the mother, instead of llstesing and en joying the sweet sounds, had forced herself to painful tasks which she did not enjoy, making sounds which often, displeased her own ear. in her desire ta achieve musical ends. Her Wonderful AVorfc. No expectant mother should be at tempting creative work. She is en gaged is the most worderful c eative work of earth that oe producing a child It needs all her best energies. .. ouuuu uiuij. ajia aream and en joy, and imagine, but not stmt to do what she wants her ch Id to do for children inherit the suppressed ten dencies of their parents for oftener than the qualities which the parents are using in daily life The brain of the mother should not be occupied with writing books sudT Ing music like a professional, with paining or with sculpture, nor with close application to an profession, trade or art because those things re quire a vital force whic , the caild needs. 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