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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, March 18, 1913 For a Home Site r sspSi OR For Sure Profit BUY Cotton Addition Lots Cotton Addition is absolutely the best real estate offering in El Paso today. Why' Because U is actually inside city property, -within 71-2 minutes oar ride of the Postoffice, and -we are offering it at prices as low, or lower, than yon are asked to pay for undeveloped suburban additions three or four miles further out. Cotton Addition extends dear through the Tery heart of the efty, Trom the foot hills on the Norfli to the River on the South. Cm the North Side of the City, beginning at the 1900 Block on all streets running East, Cotton Addition is crossed by the following beautiful resi dence streets: Ariiona, Montana, Boule vard, Wyoming and Missouri. Right up to the very line of the addition the very best residence district of the City is solidly built; with the Inest homes. Going on to the addition property you find new, modern residences, paved Btreets, sidewalks, telephones, gas, sewerage and -water. Going on through to the end of the addition you -will see as far as the eye ean stretch a well built up section of new modern homes. On the South Side of the CSty the Addition is traversed by Texas, Myrtle, Bassett, Magoffin, Olive and San An tonio Streets. Here we have all the modern conveniences the same as on the Xorth and the City is boilfc up oa both sides the same way. Cotton Addition was held off of the market for a number of years by the owners and while it was being held off the city grew and buBt right up to its line and then jumped across the addi tion and built for miles. This great building activity which had been and k roing on has created values for Cotton Addition greatly in excess of the prieea we are selling the lots at bow. Thk wHl be your gain if you will act before it too late. Cotton Addition has the best street tar service in e City, s every ear go ing east from the business district reaches our addition and passes through it. You do not have to wait from 30 minutes to an hour, to eaten a parties iar car going te a certain addition; any ear takes you right there in a few minutes. We have lots on the above residence streets which we are selling as low as $40040 to $700.00 per lot. Terms are one-sixth down and five-, years to pay the balance in with 6 percent interest. 411 of these lots are sold with restric tions written in the deed which keeps til objectionable buildings off of the property. Lots are selling fast and in restors are making money on Cotton Addition lots every day. Again we say Cotton Addition lots ire the best buy in the City, either for a nome site, investment or speculation. Vou cannot lose and you are .sure to make good money in this dose in addi tion, which is not always true when you buy away out in additions lying far out from the center of the city. LET TJS SHOW YOU THIS PROP ERTY IK OUR AUTOMOBILES. A. P. Coles & Bros. v SOLE AGENTS. 202 N. Oregon Street Phone 195. We also have a large lot of property m Cotton Addition, apart from the resi dence districts and which lies on the railroad tracks and has switching facilities. This is suitable for whole sale and manufacturing enterprises of lU kinds and some of the most pros perous concerns of the eity are how locating here. This is -dose in and k telling rapidly. Let us show you this. A. P. Cotes & Bros., Sole Agents 51FFRAOBTCAMP.UGS CAUSES ROW IN BAGIilSU F ARMAMENT London. England, March IS. The -Methods of the government in dealing K-ith. militant suffragets were discussed in heated fashion in the house of com mons today. One of the Unionist mem bers Harold Smith, declared that the Missive submission of the authorities o "hungeivStriker and subterfuges had Drought ridicule on the admlnnistration of the law. . Mr Smith turned on tljA borne sec--etary and dramatically demanded that be resign from the cabinet. "You are a hopeless failure, sir," he shouted. "This present serious state of if fairs can be handled only by strong men." Convention Nevra. All the news of the cattlemen's convention from Tuesday to Satur day, in the five issues of The Kl Paso Herald, ready for mailing to your home town; 25 cents, including cost of mailing. Hooray! Baby To Rife the House No Longer Do Women Fear The Great eat of AH Hamas Blessings. It is s. Joy and comfort to know that those much-talked-of pains and other dig tresses that are said to precede child-bearing may easily be avoided. No woman need fear the slightest discomfort if she will fortify herself with the well-known and time-honored remedy, "Mother's Friend." This is a most grateful, penetrating, ex ternal application that at once softens and makes pliant the abdominal muscles and ligaments. They naturally expand without the slightest strain, and thus not only banish all tendency to nervous, twitching spells, but there is an entire freedom from nausea, discomfort, sleeplessness and dread that so often leave their isapress upon the babe The occasion is therefore one of un bounded, joyful anticipation, and too much stress can not be mid upon the remarkable influence which a Bother's happy, prejaatal disposition has upon the health and tor tunes of the generation to come. Mother's Friend is recommended only for the relief and comfort of expectant mothers, thousands of whom have used and recom mend it- Ton will find It on sale at all drug Starrs at ?t 00 a bottle. Write to-day to the Bradfield Regulator Co , IV Lamar Bide . Atlanta, Ga., for a most Instructive book on Ibis greatest of all subjects, motherhood. See Our Beautiful Diamond Display Window No. I See tte Finest Watch In the World Window No. 2 Look in each of our 8' windows I and remember that next Sunday is Easier, and you 'will want to make some gifts. Our store can surely show you articles that will be satisfying. The A. D. Foster Co. Herald BWg. J- F. Daniels, Mgr EI Paso's Popular Jewelry Store. WILSON REFUSES TO HCCLPT GIFTS (Continued from page L) of the United States should accept fa vors from any one. Cabinet Members May Debate. The plan advocated by former presi dent Taft to have cabinet members occupy seats In congress and partici pate in the debates concerning their re spective departments, probably will be championed by president Wilson and an attempt made la the coming con gress to enact the necessary legisla- tlon- j .. j. Cabinet members now are admitted to the floors of botto houses, but they are denied the privilege of taking part in the debates. President Taft in bis last message to congress advocated the reform. Suffragets Visit President. The president has listened to a com mittee of woman suffrage leaders, in troduced by representative Baker, of California, who urged him to recom mend at the extra session of congress the adoption of an amendement tp the federal constitution giving the ballot to women. Mr. Wilson indicated that while he might not make such a rec ommendation at the extra session, he did not wish his attitude now to be construed as opposed to woman suf frage. He made it clear that his mind was open on the subject. Keffl Not Confirmed. With the adjournment of the special session of the senate, no more ap pointments are expected, until the extra session of congress beginning April 7 though there is a likelihood of re cess appointments in urgent cases. The senate did not confirm the nomi nation of Chas. P. Neill to be commis sioner of labor statistics and it was not Indicated at the white house whether there would be any recess appointment in his case. It has become known that John Bas sett Moore, formally has accepted the post of counselor to the department of state to succeed Chandler Ander son. 3fack Discusses Appointments. Norman E. Mack, former chairman of the Democratic National commit tee, and at present national commit teeman of New York, talked over fed eral appointments in the Empire state with the president. Mr. Mack has been mentioned for a diplomatic post He said, however, this subject had Hot been discussed. National committeeman F. P. Lyncn, of Minnesota, urged the president to appoint F. A. Day commissioner ol the general land office. Bgjr Rollins at White nonse. President Wilson could hold office for life if Juvenile Washington had - A tiu fa -tsbilB.tion among the children bectuse it is announced that the white honse grounds will re main open onne and one-half hours later than usual for the annual egg rolling. , ,, . The egg rolling on Easter Monday in the white bouse grounds is an In stitution that draws hundreds or children and as many more adults to watch the frolic. It has been the custom for the president and his wire to visit among the romping children some time during the morning and both Mrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. Taft ap peared to take keen enjoyment in the observance. OBe Percent Income Tax. The Democrats of the ways and means committee have discussed the income tax plan in a general way with out attempting to reach a decision as to what new revenue raising scheme designed to add perhaps $100,000,000 to the treasury funds will be adopted. While the income tax details hinge unon the final estimate of the prob able revenue from the schedules, dis position of the committee majority is to Inaugurate the system with a one percent on a minimum $5000 annual in come, with the idea that the tax may be susceptible to a lowering of the in come minimum or a raising of the tax percentage or both if conditions neces sitate after the plan is floated. Ble Fight on Wool Schedule. The big fight pending now Is the alwavs controversal schedule "K," the big wool schedule, on which a final vote is likely within the next three or four days. The revision plan as settled upon contemplates substantially the princi pal provisions of the Democratic re vision bills that were put through both houses in the last congress. It is stated that the revision as planned Includes: Revise Chemical Rates. Schedule A A reformation of most of the rates on chemicals, oils and paints provided under the Democratic rovtsinn sniAnclment at the last con- gress, with some inferior reductions in- crauing cuts ih iu rtL.vB im. w,-j grades of soaps and lower duties on oils entering soap manufacture. Reduction on Chlnmvnre. Schedule B Reduction from the present rate on cheaper potterv ware, substantial cuts on many articles or china, earthenware, porcelain, stone and crockery ware now assessed at 55 .i ca njoont iTinnnced bv importers as exorbitant If over 30 or 85 percent: i simplification or ciaasiricauon w "T rerentiais oetween " Schedule f Substantially a reaffir; mation or the iron and steel schedule proposed bv the Democrats in the 621 concrps , T umber and Sugar on Free Ljxt. ! n dulf P Ronsrh and drr;"d ln,i ber hewn and squared timber, shingles, I laths and fence posts, made free and reductions in other items. Schedule E Free ugar and other provisions of the former Underwood sugar bill, the loss of approximately $50,000,000 revenue from which to be offset by the income tax. High Tariff on Tobacco and Wines. Schedules F and H Retention of high rates of duty on tobaccos, cigars, cigarets, snuffs, wines and brandies, all regarded as luxuries by the committee, all to be taxed as high as they can stand. Meat and Cattle Tariff Undecided. Schedule G Numerous changes, par ticularly a sharp cut on lemons, a com promise on the fight for free lemons involving the citrus fruit on the Pa cific coast; meat and cattle, whether dutiable or free, still undetermined. Free Raw Cotton. Schedule I Free raw cotton, sub stantial reductions on cheaper grades of cotton goods, practically as pro posed in the last congress. Schedule J Retention of most of the flax, jute and hemp rates, except on cheaper grades of linen and other manufactures. Redaction an Cheaper Wools. Schedule K Sharp reductions on a large variety of cheaper wool of the products along the lines of the pre vious Democratic bills, with a fight still on for free raw wool. Schedule L Approximately the pres ent high rates on silks and silk goods, as luxuries. Schedule M Free wood pulp and print paper, probably -with the elimina tion of the present restrictions as to reciprocity. Schedule N Reductions in numerous 1 "sundries," including harness and sad dlery. Free List Substantially the free list proposeu at tne last congress, with ad ditions, but with the question of free meats and cattle unsettled. Senate fo Dictate. It is becoming more and more ap parent that the senate is ?olig to be the great storm center of legislation throughout the Wilson administration. The senate, not the bouse, is going to determine the form and substance of the big legislation which Is enact ed. Upon all such legislation will be the impress of senate influence. The house will stand In the second place with respect to the shaping of all im portant laws. The extra session of congress will ocn-'ern llFelf with the tariff and per haps sith ourreno". In any event, currency legislation will have to be handled not later than the regular session of the present congress. And as to both these matters, it will be the senate, not the house, which will have the final say as to what shall go on the statute books. Senate Best Posted. As a matter of fact, the senate con tains the men who are best fitted by experience and training to shape tar iff and currency legislation. These men include Republicans, as well as Democrats, men of progressive views as well as conservatives. They include men who have spent years in the con sideration of such subjects as tariff and currency. The house has some men who know these subjects, but the proportion of them is small. For the most part, in the house, it will be a case of following the leader. The average member will do as he is told. He will know almost nothing about the Intricacies of the tariff measures which are put up to him to vote on or about the inside of cur rency legislation. Even if he does know about these things, he will get no chance to make his knowledge felt, because the house rules are made for the purpose of shutting off guff and free consideration of measures. Senate May Re Stubborn. In the senate, the situation is en tirely different. For this there are many reasons. In the first place, the senate rules preclude cloture in de bate. Any senator can talk as long as his strength will permit. In the second place, every senator has a, say about the confirmation of appoint ments and ratification of treaties, and considers himself about as much of a factor in government as the presi dent The senate insists on taking its time on the important questions of leg islation that come before it and it re fuses to be hurried. The more pres sure is brought on it from the bouse or the white house the more stubborn it is apt to become. Under such circumstances, while con sideration of the tariff bills and cur rency question in the bouse will be perfunctory, in the senate there will be debates of the first magnitude. Each tariff measure will be dissected thorough.lv. and there will Be a dis cussion of the currency question, eith er in the extra session or later, which will range over a broad field. Progressive Republicans. The "progressive" Republican group in the senate, along with senator Polndexter, "Progressive" party man. will have a big Influence both on tar iff and currency legislation. In the tariff discussions in recent years, these men have proved themselves th best informed, the most studious, and hence the most Influential, And they will be a factor or great moment in the extra session. When the tariff bills get through, they will be found to have been Influenced by this group of men, and when the currency measure becomes law the same will be found to be true. AshnrMt Flprhts "rroor Trust" Before the senate adjourned sena tor Ashurst. of Arizona, renewed his attack on what he termed the "armor plate trust" In a resolution he as serted that on March 3. former secre tary of the naw Meyer divided con tracts for S 000 tons of armor for the new battlehip 'Pennsylvania." among three companies uniwe bids were prac tically identical, Fabric, Come in selection MA NHA TTAN SHIRTS nnruAM UNDERWEAR SPRING UNDERWEAR SILK HOSE ICHITI GOME! (Continued from preceding sage) pected to get into the game very strong. Among the Wichitsns are a number of active members of the Trans-Mls-sisslppi Commercial congress. This congress will hold its annual sessions at Wichita, October 11-24. One of the leaders of the Wichita delegation is R. H. Faxon, industrial and publicity commissioner of the Wichita Business association, who is secretary of the local board of control of the Trans Mississippi Commercial congress and was chairman of the committee on resolutions at the last session of the congress. The Wlchltns came to El Paso in a private car. covered over with big placards indicating that Wichita had a livestock market "that satisfies." They got off the Golden State Limited last evening with hurrahs, spreading sun shine scattering the long yellow lk badges pinned with a Kansas stmflower button and talking about the two big packing houses and the big livestock exchange the Kansas commercial me tropolis has. The leader of the Wichita delegation is Daniel C. Smith, formerly general livestock agent of the Texas & ?elf'c He has recently gone7 to Wichita to become general manager of the Wich ita union stockyards. He te well known to most of the Texas Cattle Raisers association leaders. R. H Faxon, of the Wichita Business association, also has quite a large ac quaintance, due to his activity In the Irrigation congress and Transmisslss ippl Commercial congress. He and Postmaster J. A. Smith are teiow members of the executive committee of the Irrigation congress, and he and A. Kinne are old friends. "We thought some of going after this convention." said Mr. ?. T""1 any effort will be a mere Invitation, a sort of graceful tribute to the neat est cattle organisation in the w.orJ'' rather than any formidable contest, we came down here nearly a thousand miles to get acquainted and to tell a little moaest story . v -- - stock and packing Industry at Wich ita. Bl Paso is indeed a revelation to most of our people, and the. wonderful 1 .inn invltintf ana attractive. No cattle organisation in the world can touch the Texas Cattle Raisers' association. No domain pro duces cattle like Texas." Cards the Wichltans are putting out by the hundreds tell a succinct story of their town. They show that ihe Wichita. Union Stockyards n?" s annual receipts are S60.O-0 cattle. 800. 000 hogs and 875,000 sheep; that Its two packing houses represent an in vestment of ?3.000.000 and employ IBM men with a payroll of a million dol- laThe population is 65.000, the assessed valuation is J.000.000; ," dearlngs $200,000,000; postal receipts ?JOO.ow. FAIiMSN HORSE FURNISHES DIVERSION FOR A'ISITORS. A diversion for cattlemen in their one line, which was not planned, took, place at the intersection of Texas and Oregon streets. Monday afternoon. A. horie attached to a livery cab slipped on the car track and slid several feet on its aide toward the gutter on Ore gon street. The traces were loosened and the cab backed out of the way. but the stubborn horse refused to arise. Numbers of cattlemen standing in front of the Coney Island helped tne driver, while others formed a jrtng : ana a large crowd quickly collected. After nearly 10 minutes of urging and boosts, the horse was assisted to his feet and found uninjured. TOI.O FHFATURB -TO HE -w ADDED FOR CATTLEMEN Another feature has been added to tbe cattlemen's convention program. to be a polo game between army c-rxt- j . r vi PAMutn.1. ana i in v. i-,,.wi it Washington narK Thursday afternoon The army team I will be composed of Capt. John H. Lew is, Lieuts. Nicholson and W. H. IeilL Tne mi t'aso iea.ni wn w v j.. - C A Beers. Britton Davis, Herbert Buckner and Ted Houghton. The game will start at three oclock, and Detween halves, and following the polo game, there will be cowboy relay races and other events that are interesting to the men of the range and in which they will participate BADl.GS V"D BULLS ARE MUCH IN EMUENCE NOW Badges are plentiful at the contri tion. Badges announcing thU Okla homa City is tho center of the cattle universe, that Fort Worth is worth w-itchtnc that Wichita wins and th it --.in iic lo Is some town, are bping dis ti 1 it! to ill ho will w ir tht ir Tinklu cow I 'Is in nuni-itine are al-.o V HERE STRONG r Togs ,ELcI.Sl6 Are now ready for inspection. We do not hesi tate to say that our Spring Showing of Men's and Young Men's wear is beyond a doubt the finest ever shown in the Southwest a Adler-Rochester "Society Brand" "Fashion Clothes" Embodying every feature that ges to Workmanship and r it. rnce: 15.00 to for try on. Look us over. We know you'll make a for Easteiv Furnishings for Easter STRAW HATS -In all of the new rough and Semit Straws. Visitors are cordially invited to make our store their headquarters. Public telephone, information bureau, etc r being given out, and souvenir knives. watch fobs and pennants are to be had for the asking at the various headquar ters of the cattle men in the hotels. WICHITA BADGES SAY "WATCH WICHITA WIS." "Watch Wichita win" say the badges worn by the 23 delegates to the con vention who came here from Wichita, Kane. They are here to offer their city for the next meeting place but are not to make a strong fight. Their private car "Outing" stands in the union station yards, where it is parked and used for hotel purposes. CONVENTION SMOKER TO BE WEDNESDAY NIGHT. The smoker for the convention vis itors will be held at the chamber of commerce Wednesday night. All mem bers of the chamber of commerce and all contributors to the budget fund are to assist in entertaining the cat tlemen. Tickets will be distributed by the secretory at the chamber of commerce Wednesday. VANS-SNIDER -BUEL I COMPANY Extends Greetings to the Cattle men of the Southwest They are represented here by M. P. Buel. of Chicago, president; Ike T. Pryor, of San Antonio, vice president; T. Jeff Daniel, manager St. Louis of fice: J. S. Todd, of Fort Worth of fice; Fern O. 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Jeff Daniel, has devoted his time to the selling of cattle from the South west for more than 30 years, and as to his ability we refer to any and ail shippers of cattle from the South west, ,o salesman at the Kansas City mirkit us given better satisfaction than has our Mr. Fern O. Sanders. our Mr. Claude E. Stetler, salesman at the Fort Worth market also has the same reputation as our Mr. Daniel and Mr. Sanders. Advertisement. The World's any article intended to relieve the sufferings of humanity is not lightly won. There most be continued proof of value. But for three generations, and throughout the world, endur ing and growing fame and favor have been accorded BEECHAM'S PILLS because they have proved to be the best corrective and preventive of disordered con ditions of stomach, liver, kid neys and bowels. The first dose gives quick relief and per manent improvement follows their systematic use. 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