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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, May 9, 1913 t i ASTHMA CATARRH I M whoopim cooes SPASMODIC CROUP JKOHCHITIS COUGHS COLDS re$ezim ESTABLISHED 1678 A simple, safe and effective treatment for bronchial troubles, without dosing the stomach with drags. Used with success for ir-irty years. The air carrying the antiseptic vapor, In spired with every breath, males breath. lag- easy, soothe the sore throat, and stops the cow h, assuring- restful nights. Crisolene is invaluable to mothers with young children and a boon to sufferers irom jvsuauL Send us postal, acscriftwt AM. BHC68IST8. Try CrtjolMB ABUccptie Throat TkhlcUfor the ir Titate4 taroal. Xbeyare sinipte, effeettre a&d&nti sn'tje Of yonr druggist . r irom u. Me in stamps. VAPO CRESOLESE CO. 62Crfc5uN.Y. Go to Europe by the North Ger man Lloyd Gaiveston-Bremen es. 'Breslau" ' May 3rd ss. "Cassel" . May 22nd e' "Brandenburg" Jun 14th ss. "Breslau" July sth ss. "Casse!" .......... .July 26th es "Chemnitz" Aug. lCih Large. Comfortable1 Steamers. PARKS: Cabin $80 and 57.6. Steerage W6.00. Apply to local agents er to ALFRED ITOI.T. General Agent, Galveston, Texas. f?EE2,6 W x 1 JU-f ECTUUf ATORY IWTBE. Observation taken t8 a. at, MMrtf-ISkiae1 rldUn time. Air pressure ledsoed to sea terei. Ibokabs (coattaaeos lines) pua throw palate of equal air prepare, boms! (dotted Mae) pass threaen potatsaf eeaalteMeratwe; draws only ror sen. rawing, tr. sad MO". O : Q peruy steady; etaady; lata: saow; report aesstaE. Arrows fly with the wind. First fleam, tenner apue: second, precipitation of M Jack or score for pest Si hour, third, aazteasa fted veteo- Railroad News Of the Southwest J H ReihL. claim agent for the Santa Fe is in El Paso on a business trip. Blue 'Withers, switchman for the T. & P m El Paso, has reported for duty. J E Crotty, switchman for the G. K in El Paso, is laying off for & few da vs. W. II- Trenkle, fireman for the T. & T . ha., reported for duty after a short la off .L. I. Elliott, switchman for the Santa Fe at Denver, is in El Paso on a short luiness trip George Wiser, bill clerk for the Santa at Albuquerque, Is in Bl Paso on a business trip Jeff Parham. yard clerk for the E. P. . S W. In HI Paso, is laying oft on trr sick list. A. W- Harrell, trainmaster for the Santa Fe at San Marcial, is In Bl Paso attending court- H E Schubert, engineer for the T. , &. p , is la ing off and extra engineer cole is in nis place. F H. Kelly, switchman, who has leen visiting in EI Paso for a few days, tas left for Tucson. Brakeman Gentry, oX the T. Sc P., Is lawng off and extra brakeman John R ley is in his place. C. A. Del or. brakeman. who has been v siting in El Paso for a short time, has gone to San Marcial. G C- Woodard, brakeman for the T. p . has reported for duty after being oft sick for several days. R. Byrd, brakeman for the E. P. & S w at Carrizozo. has returned home ifter a short visit to El Paso. A. M. Harrison, fireman on the T. & M$&i COwV 44 .A- --.. . Leave Your at home and it will come back to you indirectly "We are the only popular priced tailors making all our garments in El Paso. Sixty-five percent of the money you pay us for a suit is earned by tailors right here at home. Don't be misled by other advertisements as our com petitors offering to make you a suit at the prices we do, send your order east to have same made. You can easily coavmce yourself that above facts are true by investigation. Suits to Your Order $15.00, $20.00, $25.00 Trousers $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 T60RRECT ClOTHINe"! .Made Complete Cor. Myrtle and Stanton. I ! 0? & Order Your Groceries From Lion Grocery Co. Our Prices and Goods Are Right ' Sweet Clover Fancy Creamery Butter, per ft . . .35c Fresh Texas Eggs, per doz 20c Fresh Ranch Eggs, per doz 30c Diamond M. Hard Wheat Flour Guaranteed to bake good bread f 24 lb. Sack 1 48 lb. Sack Lady Arundel Tomatoes, 3 Evaporated Milk, Tali cans, 3 for : 25c Rancho Sweet Corn, 3 cans for - 25c Best Grade Peaberry Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1 .00 Snowdrift, better than lard 4 lbs. for 55c 10 lbs. for $1.30 1 5 lbs. Potatoes for 1 25c LION GROCERY CO. Phones 2424-2405. u- & iieparxment of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU SI Paso. Friday. May S, IS1J. " Forecast. Bl Paao and viciaitj Unsettled to night an Saturday. New Mexico Generally fair, except local rain east portion tonight or Saturday. West Texas Unsettled tonight and Saturday; showers in the Panhandle tonight or Saturday. P is back on the extra board after firing No. ffl for some time. Harry Arant, fireman for the T. P is again firing freights after being on passenger for some time. C. P. Boiler, engine foreman for the Santa F in El Paso, has reported for duty after a short layoff. Mr. George, switchman for the G. H. in the El Paso yard, has been promoted to be extra engine foreman. H. A. Abbott, switch engine fireman for the T. A P. at El Paso, has reported for duty after a short layoff. R. L. Godkin. engine foreman for the Santa Fe at Albuquerque, is in El Paso .. m f-wxr ildvo ottAnjilnc oniirf O. L. Sneli. brakeman for the Santa i Fe at San Marcial. nas reported for ArWa.ke.glSeforSe'l.n- ta Fe at Jollet. 111., is spending a few days in El Paso attending court. Engineer Bob Harvey and fireman Keith pulled the official special east Thursday over the E. P. & & W. L. L Dw'erka. fireman for the Santa Fe, is laying off and is spending a few davi in El Paso attending court. B. C Morgan, of the E. P. & & W. in El Paso, has reported for duty after being off sick for several days. Charlie Huthmacher. who has been firing yard engine for the T. & P. sev eral days, is again hostler helper. Jack Hughes, brakeman for the T. & P., is laving off for a few days, and extra brakeman Kidd is In his place. j Brakeman M. S. Gunter. or tne o. si.. is in Hotel Dieu as a result of a sprained ankle received -while on duty. st- Harris, swiicnman ior me u. i. in El Paso, had charge of the day coach engine Thursday in Mr. Appell's place. Extra fireman Smith, of the E. P. & S- W. on the east end. Is firing pas senger for a few days in T. D. Patton's place. Ed Mosely, passenger fireman on the T. & P., has reporteo for duty after be- InEIPaso. Wm. Rosing, Propr. -. .v.-.t?. .- 75c $ 1 .50 cans for 25c 109-11 S. Stanton St. Ieea! Data. El Paso Readings. Today. Yesdy. n C a. m. C p. m. Barometer (sea level) 2.X 2.76 iJry thermometer 6 Wet thermometer SS SI SO s 5 w 14 clear Dew point 21 Relative humidity S2 j Direction of wind KB , Velocity of wind ... 2 ! State of weather elestr Rainfall last 24 hours .... ! Highest temp, last 24 hrs. .82 lowest temp. Jast 12 hrs.. 49 lUver. Height of river this morning above fixed zero mark, 12. S feet. Fall In last u hours. 0.4 foot. j '" " 1 oays o. the sick "B , . Frank Faust, extra conductor on the Santa Fe at San Marcial. is running conductor Brockway's car for a few , days. r j. c. Sears, fuel Inspector lor the j Santa Fe, with headquarters at San Marcial, is -in El Paso on a business trip. Ig.j H. X. Bell, extra switchman for the H. in the El Paso vard. was AmtA. headed to Sanderson for yard service Thursday. Extra pflnilitrtAF TCttto- nf th Oatit. e. is on the Deming and Flerro local r a few days in conductor Lewis pp s piace. E. a. McNamara. yardmaster for the Santa Fe at Albuquerque, is in El Paso attending court. Jack Roberson, machinist for the T. & P. at El Paso, Is at his home, 813 Myrtle, and is reported to be very sick. Jim Buttermore, night car Inspector for the T. & P., is laying off sick, and car repairer Frank Slephan Is filling the vacancy. The T. & p. extra boards in EI Paso showed two conductors, two engineers, seven firemen and seven brakemen not working Thursday. J- T. Williams, formerly a conduc tor in Mexico, passed through El Paso URTi San -antonio Thursday en route to California to visit his family. Harry Shepard, yardmaster for the Santa Ht San Marcial, is laying off i?ra " days, and switchman M. A. McMurtry is filling the vacancy. CJr Word- switchman for the K. P. & S. W. in El Paso, who was injured by getting pinched between a car and weft Irted to be doing very Frank Dow. freight conductor on the west end of the E. P. & S. W.. is run- ??.. &wJtriDB n passenger, and Dusty Rhodes, extra conductor, is in his place. Freight conductor Sarrells, of the west end of the E. P. & s. W is mak !!!5i.fe.w.trtp8 on Passenger, and ex 53i.condtactor delate Is filling Mr. Sar ren s place. t,-WiV?5' fi reman on the T. St P.. SJLportea.for uty after several days and - p- Moore, extra fireman, who has been relieving him is again on the extra board. .hTt gurton, passenger fireman on w? F- ,has rePorted for duty after Jf JLf8lck. fr "everal days, and extra, fireman Arterburn, who has been in his place is again on the extra board. tv Teh ?pp cnductor on the Santa r vi .2 been "Pending a few days ifmifJ180; accompanied oy his wife, left Thursday night for Albuquerque. SeeTing."6 will attend the Snrtners' CLOUDCROFT SCHOOL -,. . CLOSES YEAR'S WORK. Cloudcroft X. M, May 9. The Cloudcroft school has closed after a very successful year. Throughout the year Prof. J. M. Helm had been prin cipal and Mrs. C. A. Redic assistant. There were three graiuat s from the eighth grade: Geo. Harkmss. Elmer McCiure and Alfred Riggs. Interest ing programs were carried out at the closing exercises. TIios. Daniel, of "The WrekK Cloudcrofttr " made an adjrf-ps to the raduatinir !as Mr jiTrt -Trs .T Tvi-i,., ,.f T.-1 -Pflsri. I p-'e rreit-'-p.I at Thf"T 1- m 1 -w 11 remain in Cljuilcruft .. al t'n- srt ja. ""- " Runs through West Ysleta, the side walks are cement, the streets are graded and tree-lined. The lots are large, the price small only $125 each. DEVELOPMENT "" KIM 10 HAVE MEMJEC Ralph Cameron Completes Arrangements For $15,- 000,000 Corporation. Btsbee. Arte., May 9. Ralph Cam eron, who is in the city with George Mauk. has ' announced that he has so far completed the details for , the es tablishment of a giant electric power that the facts -in the matter can be given out. The company, of which Cameron will be a prominent official, will be capitalized at $15,000,00. and is designed to furnish cheap electrical power for nearly all of Arizona. "The establishment of the company will completely revolutionize Arizona, said Mr. Cameron. "It will reduce the cost of electrical power about 50 percent- This will mean that more than a million acres In the state, heretofore considered valueless on account of the high cost of pumping water, will be put under production. Great tracts like the San Simon. Sulphur Springs and San Pedro valleys, and the mesa lands around Parker and Gula Bend, will Increase their production SO to 100 per cent. The water is there. The land will grow anything. With cheap pow er the water will be raised and there will be no limit to the area that can be put under production. At present Arizona imports a large quantity of its food supply, but with cheap power the state will be self sustaining. The' cheap power will also mean the. opening up of large mining areas that have here tofore laid Idle on account-of the cost of power." ' ' v Mr. Cameron Is not yet ready fo state where the huge central power' plant will be located. There will, of course, be sub-stations and the whole state will be networked with lines. In a recent trip east Mr. Cameron interviewed prominent electrical construction and transmission- exports and states that electricity can be "piped" 1000 miles for practical use. Branch lines will also be run in parts of NewMexlco, he said. The proposition, it fs said, has reached a stage w5er it - is- assured. It is financed by large eastern interests. PORTALES WORKS :!SSaoojD ROADS Higkiray Jo- SHtlTpf,;Counrj- Planned to Connect With. Sew Carry County ItonilK. Portales, X. M., May S. The people of Portales and surrounding country are pulling together these days for good roads. At a good roads meeting held in the court house much interest was manifested. Porter Deen was elected chairman and Coe Howard, secretary. After discussion it was de cided to appoint- a committee to se lect the route for a road, which Is to be built by the county. A com mittee was appointed consisting of J. W. Thompson, Carl Turner, Graham Bryant with C. L. Carter, county sur veyor, as advisory member. It was unanimously agreed to run the road due south of Portales to the county line, a distance of about 25 miles. The road is to be put up In good shape, and will mean a great deal to the south part of the county, as there lias been considerable sand to be pulled through in order to reach the county seat. In one sense,' the road to the south of the county is an -inter-county, or state road. Roosevelt county has previously built a road northeast across the sand along the railroad running to Clovis, In order to give the people of Blackwater Draw a way to some to Portales without pulling through several miles of sand. Now it appears that Cury county is to build a road through the sand from velt county. "Whe,n this is completed, and soma few improvements are made on the road built by this coun ty, which has worn some In places, there will be an excellent automobile and wagon highway from Portales to niovls. The road south of town will I give splendid inlet and outlet in that direction, so wnn inese inier-county or state roads this part of the coun try -will have made great advance ment in the matter of good roads. Mr. R. Hardy, father of D. Hardy, of the Hardy Hardware company, is having a modern bungalow erected in the west part of town. This resi dence is nearing completion. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Xixon nave ' moved into their new home in the ' southeast part of town, which is a modern home. PROMOTERSINSPECT ROUTE FOR NEW LINE Cloudcroft, N. M., May 9. J. C. Jones anH Scott B. Williams have returned from a trip over the proposed Cloud- 1 crort-pecos valley faiecinc line with the parties from Illinois and Kansas City who are promoting the line. In the party were C. C Carroll, of the First National bank, of Springfield, 111.: Wm Morgan Hand, manager of the Kinsas Cit office of the Ceneral Elec-t- Co. Kinsa! Citv. Mo Harold F '...1 1 proiiiiKMt ICan'-as it. M" at- 1 t , .1 j 1 in,i. . c r Kn'trht r It W'uvl. J C Juns ana Scott B. Wll- E H33 ash and $1 fVSonth RES1N0L QUICKLY CURED HER BABY'S SEVERE ECZEMA Had 3fot Had a Good Night's Rest la Eight Months. Chelsea, Mass., Jan. 19. 1913. "My son had been troubled with eczema for about one year. It first appeared when three months old. I tried everything that was recommended and also differ ent prescriptions, but of no avail. For eight months my child did not enjoy a good night's rest. I was- finally told to try Restnol. This I did. and from the first application the child got re lief and put in a good night's sleep. In three days there was no sign of eczema today he has as fine a com plexion as any healthy child and is entirely cured." (Signed) Mrs. T. S. Brown 84 Crescent Ave. Resinol positively stops Itching in stantly and speedily heals eczema, and other skin humors, dandruff, sores, burns and piles. Prescribed by doctors for 18 years. Sold by every druggist. Resinol Ointment in opal jars. 50 cents and SI 00. Resinol Soap. 25 cents. For generous free trial, write Dept. 19-S, Resinol. Baltimore. Md. liams, of the Business Men's associa tion, of Cloudcroft; and H. H. Major, an Alamogordo. K. M, attorney, who is representing Messrs. Carroll. Ia and Hand, in New Mexico. At Elk, N- M.. Messrs. Knight. Bailey and Wood turned back, and J. C. Jones and Scott B. Williams went on with the party to Hope, Artesia and RoswelL The trip was to get an estimate of the tonnage that the line would draw If. It Is built. In speaking of the trip Mr. Williams said the one thing that impressed him most was the fact that every town In the Pecos valley is boosting for the Pecos valley. Not a man in a single town that we visited had a knock for any other town. Hope was for Artesia and Roswell. Artesia for Hope and Roswell, and Roswell for Artesia and Hope. GLOBE TO JIAVH XEW srs,eeo high scnooi Globe, Ariz., May . Globe Is to have a new $75,000 school building and the citizens are divided as to where the structure should be lo cated. One site which is said to be favored by the directors of the school is down town, while another, which a number of citizens cla'm is more ad vantageously located, has more room. :ady for NEW New Consignments of Dic tionaries to be Distributed Popularity of Great Offer Increases. "Battle-scared heroes." ,.. That phrase once brought unpleasant notoriety to a well meaning man who failed to write what he meant and found through bitter experience what the omission of one letter may mean in a written word. , , Could the same thing happen to you? With theTNew Modern English Illus trated Dictionary at yonr elbow you can avoid such pitfalls as writing angle when ou mean "angeL" Some person might take offense at being called "a perfect angle." Think of what a vast difference there is between "stationery" and 'station ary," "planning" and "planing." and the hundreds of other comparisons whicn can be culled from a dictionary. Then clip six consecutive certificates from Issues of The Herald and prepare your self to avoid mistakes and trouble. The intelligence of the public is but one of the principal elements which have made the distribution of the en tire edition of the New Modern English Illustrated Dictionary seemingly a most simple task. . .. The other element Is the .sterling worth and beautiful appearance of the book itself. A restaurant cashier in one of the best patronised lunch rooms In the citv testified to this the other day when it was remarked that she had a New Modern English Illustrated Dic tionary lying beside her cash register. "I was one of the first to get one. she said, "and I want to teil you that that book has started many persons clipping ioupons They are surprised as soon as they see it." "I am coming around to get another one for my sister and I think ril just let that one stay here for the present, because I surely wish The Herald all the lutk in the world." The desenber of dictionaries thanked the lounc- woman for these few kind words and went on his way, thinking how poor his poowers of description were as compared to the convincing In fluence of exhibition of the dictionary itself. If jou don't believe every word of It. oomt- to the 1 dictionary Department and ' n in i You mav t imine the 1 1 " - 11 wnnt without tikln one to start clipp.ag cert "-! Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co. A Guaranty Capital and Surplus Stockholders Liability Total Securitv to Depositors. . .-. . .$1,100,000.00 1 Resources Over Commercial and Savings Departments Non-interest bearing and imsecurecL de posits secured by "The Guaranty Fund,? of the State of Texas. Savings loans secured by real estate of double value. A Growth of over $300,000,00 in deposits since January 1, 1913. 'jla. , OFFICERS W. W. TURMHT, W. B. ARNOLD, PresWast- Quiier. S." T. TURHMR, H. B. WSSE, vlee FreeWeat Secretary. W. COOtKr, SKJ. T. SGHWABE, Vfce FroBidoAt. " Awt. Cashier. 11 M". WIN60, P- L. ATKIHQIKS, Viee Freeidwi. Aaet C&aipr. DIRECTORS W. W. TURNEY, Cfeainaaa. " A. KRAKATJSR. J. H. POLLARD. J. B. ROBERTSON. S. T. TURNER. B. M. WORSHAJf. X. JC W. S. ARNOLD. J. J. ORMSEBB. Your Account Is DEVELOPMENT NEW WELL WILL BE AN IMPORTANT FACTOR Saa Simon Valley's 32d Well Flows 150 Gallons and Opens New Area For Farming. San Simon. Ariz May 9 A tremen dous fact for the San Simon valley is the bringing In of a 150 gallon flow on John C. Campbell's desert claim, two and one-half miles east of San Simon town. It makes well No. J2. It is only the first strata that has been reached at a depth of 520 feet in a four inch pipe. If the pipe were larger the flow would be proportionately greater. When the depth reaches 700 to 800 feet and two more stratas have been passed, it should be a 500 gallon flow. The important fact is that it demon strates that a flow can be had on the east side of the creek, that is virtually anywhere In the valley. It brings thousands of additional acres of land into the artesian belt It will opes up several townships to settlement here tofore considered out of the artesian belt. , . . The Triangle ranch people are load ing cattle from the new stock pens for shipment to Dalhart. j;l. Cooper, of the traffic department of the Missouri, Oklahoma A Gulf rail way, at Muskogee. Okla.. is here and has filed upon an overlooked 160 acres two and one-half miles north of town. Two townships of land from two and one-half miles to eight miles from San Simon, are now open for settlement. FEIGNS INSANITY TO SAVE HUSBAND Xtn York Woman Says She Promised to Kill Herself to Save Husband In dieted For Murder of Children. St. Albans, Vt. May 9 Mrs. Anna Wells, of Swanton, indicted, with her husband, Julian Wells, for the murder of two of their four children by poison ing, unexpectedly appeared as a wit ness for the state at the trial of the man. She declared that at the solicitation of Wells, she had feigned insanity in order to avert suspicion from her hus band to herself and also had promised to kill herself. If necessary, to save him. The witness said that while she -was in jail and previous to the arrest of Wells, he had brought her oranges in which poison in liquid form had been Injected. He also gave her poison In a small tin box and told her that she must either commit suicide or feign in sanity, or she would be put to death in the electric chair. This poison -was found on her a few days later, -when she was searched by jail attendants. Wells had told her. she said, that his neighbors suspected that he bad poisoned the children and that she could save him by ending her own life. Mrs. Wells promised her husband, she said, that she would do as he asked. Op the day the poison was found or her, she pretended to be insane. She cut her hair, tore her clothing; de stroyed some books that had been given her, and then seated herself on the cell floor with the ruined books aad clothing piled about her. The trial of Mrs. Wells Is to follow that of the husband. SILVER CITY IS TO HAVE CLEANUP DAY New City Hall to Be Ballti New Beard of Bdueatlen Bieetx President aad Secretary. Sliver City, N. M-, May . -Monday1, next is to be cleanup day in Silver I city, inis aoe not mean that all the army of the unwashed is to b tr.9t.d to a shower, but the streets and ar.l re to be cleaned of all refuse. The e!t offices are heintr morel from th. .it hall nto th. inniim.- it the corner of Bullard and Market i J Fund. Bank .-. $ 600,000.00 c. .. . 500,000.00 $3,000,000.00 r W. CQOLBS. BRAY. H. S. BOWX&&. I. 3L WINGG-. Cordially Invited Trains! to West Vskla Sunday, May 1 lth. leave El Paso 9:30 and 2:30. Get Free Tickets at Tobin's Office now. streets. The People's Savings basic will occupy the old eity hall bulidmg when it is remodeled, and a new city hall is to be erected. The Silver City refrigerating plant is now in operation and ice is be ing manufactured. The recently elected board of edu cation has elected Rev. M. O. Stock land president and Mrs. O. S. War ren, secretary. The other members of the board are: Mrs. Carrie Por terfield. Dr. Leonard Tabor and C. W. Holson. Under the auspices of the Fort nightly club "Alice In Wonderland" was produced' at the Klk's opera, house Thursday night. Little child ren Of Silver City took the parts. The chamber of commerce proposes) to meet the summer normal students at the train and take them for aa automobile ride and give them some other form of entertainment. Try "GETS IT,"-See very Corn Vanish ! The Corn Cure oa a New Plan Gets Kvery Cera Quick and Sure. You tried a lot or things for corns. but you've still got them. Try the new. sure, quick, easy, painless way "First Time in My Wfe I Got Rid of Corns. GKTS-IT" la a Marvel ! the new-plan com eure, "GKTS-IT" Wateb. it get rid f that corn. wa- callus or bunion te a hurry. "GETS-1 ir is as sure as time. It takes two seen i to apply thafs aD. No bandages t stick and fuss over; no ! to m- corns sore and turn true flesh 'aw art red. no plasters, no more knives ar 1 razors that may cause blood poison, ro more discing at corns. Just the eas.est thing inthe werW wbm. Your ,orn. days are over. "GETS-IT" Is guar ( -t ed. It Is safe, never harts heal: fl. h Your drvgtst sells "GETS-IT," ernts per h.ttle. or direct if vou ws i- n K Lawrence & Co, Chicago Ad ertist mt r.t 4?