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EL PASO HERALD
"-May, March 21, 1913 Railroad News Of the Southwest ASKIN & MARINE COMPANY ! EL sBT jjiasf gm?WPtiwm Milwaukee Beer Go. Both Telephones 2101 204-206-208 So. Ochoa Street El Paso. Texas I FLFl 1IOX IXTEVDED tTOJf SKATOR C B. HIjDSPETH Fimr of Commerce Board Recalls ill I'hnMes in Former Kota foa WroHKftUly Construed. deliberating for two hours in esslrtn. the directors of the of commerce passed a resolu- nursdav afternoon explaining P'ion of a previous resolution to the redisricting of Texas. 'Mtuig was called after the -ut come from the Texas state hat senator Carter had iatro a resolution In that body con- ops Falling Hair s Hair Eenewer certainly stops ighair. Mo donbt about it what- YoTi will sorely bo satisfied. damning the El Paso chamber of com merce for its adoption of the resolution on March 17. at which Hudspeth took offence. The resolution adopted Thurs day afternoon read: "Whereas, on the I7th day of March, this chamber voiced its apposition to a change in the present congressional dis trict in which El Paso county is sit uated, "by resolution, the -wording- of which has been wrong-fully construed as intended as a personal criticism of some member or members of the state senate comprising the committee for the redistricting of such state into congres sional districts, therefpre "Be it resolved: That the chamber of commerce of 31 Paso. Texas, did not by such resolutions intend to reflect upon the Rood faith and fair ness of the honorable senator Claude B. Hudspeth, or of any such committee, or other member of the legislature of the state of Texas, and that, insofar as any language therein is susceptible of an such construction, tne same is inapt, and as such, is hereby rescinded as an expression of the views of this chamber, this chamber only in tending to express its best judgment with reference to how the district should be created, which position is hereby reiterated. "And be it further resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent by telegraph to the honorable senator Hudspeth, and to the president of the senate of the Texas legislature." Chamberlain's Couch Remedr. This remedy has no superior for coughs and colds. It is pleasant to take. It contains no opium or other narcotic It always cures. For sale by all dealers. Advertisement. Convention Xtni. All the news of the cattlemen's convention from Tuesday to Satur day, in the five issues of The El Paso Herald, ready for mailing to your home town; 26 cents, including cost of mailing. T M Schumacker. vice president of the El Paso and Southwestern rail road, is expected here this week for a. conference with local officials. BAKING POWDER TESTS MADE FROM ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN TWO MINUTES AFTER MOISTURE WAS APPLIED HYs? " 'sBBaBVBiBTn BKSBVJBrsVBVJi EfifipliJSHSpBaiPflljESSI Cheap . or " Can" Bakifig Powder. Cream of '-TartarPowder you will N rOTE the ttaeveaness of the coo teats; also the small acaoaat of Wvoaing gaa from the height tb powder has risen in the gla&s. The residues from these jowdefs vary considerably. also' note the - small amount of leaven ing gas here; also the sedr" meat in the bottom of gla?', which is a solution of Roctule Salts. About 80 per Cftit. of this powder used is lef; in the food as Rochelle Sal's. Ask yoor doctor about constant dosing with Rochelle Salts. Calumet Baking Powder NOTE here the amount of leavening gas by the way the powderhas risen over the top of the glass. Note how light and fluffy it is; also how even the grain is. This test proves CALUMET has a great amount of leavening gas that it is gradually and uni formly given oil. It leaves no unwholesome residue. Has Prove the Wonderful Leavening Qualities the Purity die EcoDomv the Superiority of CALUMET 13AKING Ask Yaw Grocer Insist on Calumet HCEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS, World's Pure FooH Exposition, gcago, ui., HHJ; ran fcjcposi&on, trance, March, 1912. 0i J. W. Vance, switchman on the G. H, is laying; off. K. F. Norris, switchman for the G. IL, is laying off. H. Andrews, switchman for the G. H-, is laying off. J. W. Gerald, switchman for the G. H- is laying off. H. Lumsdsy, switchman for the G. H., is laying off. lied. Trainor, switchman for the G. H., laid off Thursday. A. P. Moore, fireman on the T. & P.. is laying off, sick. j a. Fraser, night watchman for the T. & P., has resigned. J. J. Reid, switchman for the G. H, is off, on the sick list. JF. C. Hartman, brakeman for the G. H. at Sanderson, has resigned. Passenger brakeman Matbeweon, of the G. H.. has left the service. Switchman Richmond, of the G. H. in 81 Paso, has reported for duty. C. B. Talbert, switchman for the G. H. in EI Paso, is laying off, sick. J. D. Sneeringer, engineer on the Santa Fe at San Marcial, is laying off. The G. H. pulled off two freight crews at Sanderson last Thursday. Fireman Hamilton, of the T. & P., Is hostlering in Toyah for a few days. C N. Halford, engine foreman, has re ported for duty, after a short layoff. J. C. Hays has a position as switch man for the KL P. & S. W. in El Paso. P. Langdon formerly a fireman on the T. & P. at. Longview, is in El Paso. F. H. Cart, brakeman on the S. P., has reported for duty, after a short layoff. Walter Saunders has a position as brakeman on the Santa Fe at San Mar cial. C H. Coburn, formerly an operator for the H. & T. CL, at Houston. Js In El Paso. N M. Neal, extra switchman for the G. H., is on the day lead for a few shifts. R. M. Smith brakeman on the G. H. at Sanderson, is spending a few days in El Paso. Ralph Schupbaek. switchman for, the G. H. at Sanderson, Is laying off for a few days. Operator Hoffman, on the G. H., at Marfa, has been transferred to Sierra Blanca. Wm. E. Bush has a position as switch man for the K. P. & S. W. in the M Paso yard. Bernard Hotsman, extra gateman at the union depot, is again working in the baggage room. R. B. May, engine foreman for the Santa Ke. has reported for duty, after s ;ltnrf lftvoff. " C TTMninVkrAV fnrnurlf ilsv vfi.r.1- m aster at the union depot, has left for Oklahoma City. William F. Jolly, switchman for the G H., in El Paso, has resigned and left for Kansas City. J T. Hardwick, extra switchman for the G. H is helping on the night Jead for a few nights. Victor Anderson, conductor on the Santa Fe at San Maxclal, is again on the extra board. Kroile Gidrey, towerman for the G. H, in Bl Paso. Is laying off, and has gone to New Oi leans. Operator Simmerson, at Boracho, for the T. P., has reported for duty, after an extended layoff. Jim Ellis, passenger engineer on the T. A P. at Big Springs, is spending a few days in El Paso. L. C. Burke, switchman for the. ft P. ft & W. in El Paso, has resigned and gone to San Antonio. W. H. Fargo, formerly a switchman for the M. U railroad, has left the city, after a several days' visit. Charlie Robinson, engineer on the B. P. & S. W. at Tucumearri, Is spending a few days in El Paso. The Santa Fa varrts In EI Paso are blocked with loads for Mexleo since the I embargo has been raised. , N. L. Porter, brakeman on the G. H. I at Del Rio, is laying off and is spend ing a few days in El Paso. , IX..I. "! .11 ! .i ii ii f 4laa Xl.&... f News company eating house in Bl Paso, is suffering with a sore eye. R. I. Reynolds, machinist apprentice in the B. P. A S. W. shops, has reported for duty, after a short layoff. C. D. "Woodard. formerly a switch roan for the Santa Fe In El Paso, has purchased a dairy in El Paso. J. Webb, towerman for the G. H., is laying off, serving on a jury, and W. A. Reed Is filling the vacancy. J. B. Lowe, connected with the' signal service of the G. H. at Del Rio, is work ing in El Paso for a few days. F. O. Bacon, operator at Sanderson, Is laying off on a 60-days' leave and T. J. HcQuillen Is filling the vacancy. Charlie Morris, engineer on the G. H. at Sanderson, is laying off. and is spending a few days in EI Paso. A. B. Snyder, switchman for the G. H., has reported for duty and Is on the rip track engine for a few shifts. H. Latta, car repairer for the T. & P., who has been of f several days with an injured hand, is improving slowly. A. C Ray, brakeman on the Santa Fe at San Marcial, has been assigned to conductor Shine's crew regularly. Dave Allen, switchman for the Santa Fe in EI Paso, is laying off and extra switchman Hanks is In his place. W. C Lacy, formerly a fireman on the G. H., has a position as engineer on the Mexico North Western at Madera. I. B. Benton, train director at the union station, has returned from a visit to San Antonio and resumed his ditties. S. E. Bnshoning. the a P. brakeman. who was injured some time ago, is vis iting his relatives near Sierra Blanca. Conductor Drew, of the G. H. at San derson, Is laying off and extra conduc tor W. A. Whittle is filling the vacancy. Sam 0XeiI, brakeman for the Copper Queen company at Douglas, has returned home, after spending a few days in El Paso. G. S. Waid. general superintendent of the G. H. S. A., with headquarters in Houston, Is spending a few days in El Paso. W. A. Cowan, brakeman on the Santa Fe at San Marcial, has reported for duty, after being off. injured, for some time. Tom Shattuck, brakeman on the Santa Fe at Wlnslow, Ariz has returned to his home, after spending- a few days In El Paso. Conductor George Foster and brake men O. L. Snell and E. Camm have been assigned to the Santa Fe work train at Rincon. S. W. Rypkema, brakeman on the G. H is laying off and has gone to Tu- cumcari, on account of the illness of his wife. Bob Allen, yardmaster for the Mexico North Western, has returned to Ma dera, after visiting In El Paso for sev eral days. Conductor Shea, of the G. H. & S. A.. at Sanderson, is laying off for a few Bargain Sales Begin Tomorrow Be Ready! ' uaH HAbIbBl STE Ri JL1 m MEN'S SOFT HATS-Imported felt hats for men. The season's newest style. A regular $3.00 hat for $1.98. This is an Easter opportunity that you shouldn't miss. Come and see fVmf- TTAllfCPlT XJX. JUUXOUile $1 TRIMMED MILLINERY A large variety of new shapes and styles is included in this special sale assortment All of the latest trimming ef fects, and qualities that sell regularly for $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Special Easter price Your Blaster Outfit h Ready. Don't Delay! The smartest styles of the Easter season await you at this store. x Make your selection NOW. Don't wait; We're ready to serve you in the best possible way, and well gladly open a charge account with you jost as soon as you're ready. Special Easter assortments include : Men's Suits in all of the latest weaves and styles at prices from - $12 to $30 Women's Suits in all of the newest tailored ' effects at prices from - $12.50 to $35 and everything ejse in clothing, hats and shoes for-inen, women and children. Separate departments for men's and women's garments. ASKIN & MARINE CO. 216 S. EI Paso .Street Always Reliable Relief from the ailments caused by disordered stomach, torpid liver, irregular bowels is given quickly, safely, and assur edlyby the tried and reliable BEECHAM jP-Tji trips and extra conductor Dick Gom Is in his place. A. B. Campbell, switchman for the G. K. at Sanderson, has transferred to the El Paso and is working on the night lead engine. P. E. Yancy, passenger fireman on the Santa Fe between Albuquerque and El Paso, is laying off and is visiting in San Marcial. Willie Stewart, switch- an for the Santa Fe in El Paso, is ing off, and extra switchman C C ruipps is fill ing the vacancy. . Li. Meade, the G. H. switchman who was injured several nights ago. by get ting his arm caught between the draw heads, is improving.. T. Michaelson. G. H. brakeman, who A was in Hotel Dleu for some time and was dismissed several days ago, is not improving very fast. W. C. Brimmer, extra conductor on" ' the Santa Fe at San Marcial, who has been acting yardmaster for a few days, is again on the extra board. A. Baldwin, brother to C. Baldwin, the Santa Fe brakeman at San Marcial, has returned to his home, in Douglas, after a short visit in San Marcial. Charlie Bunts, the regular gateman at the union station, who has been act ing as train director for several days. Is again working as gateman. Business on the T. A P. is on the In crease for the last few days, it being necessary to put on additional men, both in train and engine service. W. T. Butruen, switch engineer for the T. A P. at Tovah, is laying off for a few days, greeting a new baby, and Bob Singleton is filling his vacancy. The Santa Fe is handling a good busi ness at present and experienced men seem to be in demand, it being neces sary to send to Denver for 18 trammen Conductor Coony, of the Santa Fe at San Marcial. has returned from the Deming branch, where he has been working as extra conductor for some Harry Shepperd, yardmaster for the time. Santa Fe at San Marcial, who has been spending a few days in El Paso, ac companied by his wife, has returned home. Mrs. Tom Smith, wife of Santa Fe engineer Smith at San Marcial, came to El Paso Thursday, accompanied by Mrs. Guy Logan, wife of Santa Fe conductor Logan. Joe Fellabaum. switch engineer for the Santa Fe In the El Paso yards. ha reported for duty and extra engineer Harris, who was rIieintr him, has The Santa Fe delitr. d 90 loads to the Mexii n Central A eilnesil-ii and Thursday and tUlirirt I'M 1 i ids in one trail ' uui? four -mUli engines to -i i. r "ii tli u ta Fe i v ' i runs nut tr a few trips aid who his been on th t i 1-. i-rin n frfu'hN accompanied by Dee Smith, a, fireman on the T. A P. at Dallas. J. J. Armstrong, switchman for the G. EL, in El Paso, will leave tonight on a 90-days' leave, accompanied by his wife, for their home, in Springfield. 111. They will stop in New Orleans and visit relatives for a few days before com pleting their trip. The following changes have been made in the chief dispatcher's office of the G. H in El Paso H. G. Etheridge. i appointed night chief dispatcher; I. N. . Winans. made first trick dispatcher; R. E. Petross, raised from third trick to second trick dispatcner, and C. T. Mc Hugh, made third trick dispatcher. Hotel Paso del Norte. The dining room and grill of Hotel Paso del Norte - open untU midnight. Meals served a la carte. ExceUent service. FKAXCHISR BXT8XDKD. Tempe, Ariz.. March 21. The fran chise granted the Salt River Valley Electric Railway company to construct and operate a svstem within the cor porate limits of the town has been ex tended from April 23 to September 23. XSaf 7 A guarantee with every pair of FowneS KID FITTING SILK GLQVES Double tipsl of course XKW MVNAGKK OF CflOITXTRY CLUB IS FROM JJiADKRA CLCB W. F. Peterson, formerly manager of the Madera club ai jMadera. Mex., Is In charge of the El Iras Country club as manager. Mr. yeterson succeeded L. F. Kelly, who bi been in charge of the club for the past year. J. A. Whltten. f Eldorado. Texas, who is state sheep inspector, left for his home Thursday evening after spend ing the week herfc attending the con t ' handle t Tom E at San il Nos S09 ,inn h i-lif V .ik I 9ssv'HvLflHsMyR BL I flSf fs BssvvaHEws sx si I causes run-down health and sickness. I I Scott's Emulsion and rest are i&eeded. I but SCOTT'S EMULSION isi more important because it enriches the blood, nourishes the nerves builds the body and restores strength, vigor and immediate energy without interrupting daily duties.; Scott's Emulsion drives osteoids and strengthens the lungB S: Eow-se, Ekxc'-k- N T EM7 EKWa MjwajAgfc a bezel. 1C, 25c r ti; . SfrliTfr-S . rtrr "