EL PASO HERALD
Tucsdav, "Mar 11, 1913.
E. M WHITAKEfl IS THE PBESIDEBIT
IF TIE HEW CITY SCHOOL BOARD
F. E. Sawyer Is Reelected Secretary to Replace Henry
Schaff er Who "Was Put in to Replace Him a Few
Months Ago S. J. Freudenthal Is New Board
Secretary Supt. Tighe Reelected.
ALL TELEPHONE LINES LEAD TO THE "P 0PUL AR" CALL 3300
d Buying Opportunities
SI i T R. J. Tighe was reelected as
' head of the t.1 Paso schools
M. unlay night and P. K. Sawyer
" "pointed school auditor In place
f-" ' ry A. Schaffer. BL M. Wbitaker
fs lected president of the new board,
S. J Freudenthal secretary and the
r v committees were named.
F E. f immoDj retired from the posl
t " of president and from the board.
J C Worthinston and II. R. McClln
t k .Uso retired. The new board mem
rs who took office were K. H. Whit--kc-
C B Stevens. A. L. Hawley and
i- J Freudenthal. This makes the
I ard evenly divided between "ring"
a 1 anti ring with president Whltaker
is i ne aecraing vote in favor of
u n rniK roemoers or the board.
The retiring members anil h hM.
C''cS JL - HoH,Say. Dr. J. A. Pickett
aid t laiborne Adams, met at 7:80 and
carTased the returns of the re-ent
e e ti..n S. J. Freudenthal. A. L. Haw
I y B Stevens and B. M. Whitaker
wc-c a-blared elected.
Supt. Tlshe Thanks Board.
Fupt E. J. Tighe addressed the board
anking them for the cooperation they
tad given him during the past tw-i
rears. "These are some of the thinirs
joi have accomplished and seen to
traas.nre during the past two years."
he said. -Tou have seen the daily at
tendance in the elementary schools
grow from 40S to SS1, an increase of
1 per cent. The attendance at the
I gh school has increased from 291 to
;, an increase of 70 per cent. The
c?rps of teachers has been Increased
from 169 to 225, or about 22 per cent.
-ie increase in tne number of rooms
-as been 24. You have seen the new
1 gh school started and 5161,v0 con
tracted to be expended on it. Tou have
reduced the school tax from 29 per cent
to -6 -ler cent, and the per capita cost
from 243 to 238. You have added 2250,
C:3 to school property.
Advance In Schools.
"During your term you have seen the
c;urs of stndy revised, have seen an
extension of the manual training and
domestic science work. Largely through
j:u the recreation department has
Vcn enlarged. You have seen a wider
use ox the school plant, in the vaca
t :n schools conducted each summer.
S nee jou took charge Spanish has
teen introduced In every grade above
tel 'th. The High school cadets with
over 1"0 members has been created.
The salaries of the teachers has been
1- reased and a plan adopted whereby
teach rs are advanced on their merits."
Ao Politics In Schools.
Frank B. Simmons, retiring presl
d nt and member f the board, said:
I a"? the oldest member on this board.
"vTtci I w-ent in In 1911. the schools
wt-e .n debt $108,000. 'While we have
TciurcS the debt wa hava incnttfv-d
tfc? ef'Iricrny of the schools. My one I ance for April showed a total enrol
d-eam las been realized, in nart. A . m.rt r 7954 and an average attend
rcw h ffli s hool is now under construe- ance of 0.I This was an increase
t c-i o.nd I am satisfied. This school over the same month last ear of 1196
t; 1 e El Paso's greatest asset- Much r enroled and of 1023 attending. i
has r-een said about there being poll- j The financial statement showed ex- I
s in tne scnooi. All 1 save to say is peoditures during the seven monins
tliat I hope there will be no more poll- ! ending March 21, $158,109.77 and a bal
t cs a the future than there has been in ance on hand of 2107,118.29.
the past." I .
n. I Holliday swore in the new mem- pinno Clearance Sale On at "illumes."
was elected vico president, and S. 0.
Committers Are Appointed.
President Whitaker then appointed
the finance committee, consisting of A.
L. Hawley, Dr. J. A. Pickett, and S. J.
Fruedenthal. and the exterior commit
tee, consisting of C B. Stevens. R. L.
Holliday and himself.
After some discussion it was decided
to elect the auditor and assistant sec
retary at once, to replace H. A. Schaf
fer. F. K- Sawyer was placed in nomi
nation. When the motion was put.
trustees Hawley. Stevens and Frueden
thal voted "aye." and trustees Holli
day. Pickett and Adams, "no." The
president cast the deciding vote in fav
or of Mr. Sawyer. A motion prevailed
that Mr. Schaffer's salary continue to
the end of the month, but that Mr.
Sawyer should take office at once. A
motion carried that the salary of Mr.
Sawyer be fixed at $160 per month,
trustee Holliday voting "no " Mr.
Schaffer has been drawing $150.
Snpt, Tlghe Ileeleeted.
A motion was made that the office
of superintendent of schools be filled
at this meeting. It was amended by
trustee Holliday, the amendment plac
ing In nomination Supt Tighe at a sal
ary of $4000 per year, an increase of
$400 over his present salary. Trustee
Stevens offered an amendment that the
salary be fixed at $250 per month, or
$4200 per year. This amendment was
accepted, and Mr. Tighe was reelected
at $4200 per year.
An appropriation of $40 was voted to
defray the expenses of the forth am
znz closing exercises of the elementary
Water for School Garden.
A letter from Walter Kohlberg.
chairman of the civic improvement
committee of the chamber of commerce.
was read, calling attention to the fact
that four school gardens had been
established on vacant lots in the south
ern part of the city and that thse
rantnt reini--efi watering and the con
struction of fences to protect them. He
stated that the city had refused the
request that free water be given and
that fences be Drovided. The request
was referred to the external commit- .
Supt. Tighe called attention to the j
election Tuesday, to vote on $500.00 I
bonds for school purposes, stating that I
with the compulsory school attendance 1
lnw mint- into affect in 191$ and the !
natural Increase In school attendance,
not less -than S0O0 seats must be pro
vided. Architects Offer Service.
A communication from the El Paso
Southwestern Architects' association,
asking that a committee' on practice
and competition be given an audience
-., rird and filed. The services
of the committee were offered free as '
to- consultations regaining luiurc
The report ol supt. xigne or anciiu
ters. Claiborne Adams was asked to
call the meeting to order and the elec
tion of president was taken up. E. M.
"Whititeer was placed In nomination and
BtiacBiously elected. The election of
offic rs proceeded. Claiborne Adams
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OUR provision for the
needs of the young
men of this city is so complete
that there's no young man
here, . whatever his taste in
color, pattern or model, who
can't find the suit he wants,
ready to put on.
The very popular things
this season are the Glen Ur
quhart plaids; the tartans
continue in favor; and the
new stripes are strong in pop
Hart Schaff ner & Marx,
Rogers Peel Company
and "Filform" Clothes
Blue serge suits of style and
$12.50 to $30
See Our "Popular
Men's suits of character and
worth. Newest models
correct tailoring and most
moderate in price $14.50.
See All These in Our Windows
Generous Assortments and Splendid Values
Still Rule at Our Great May Wkite Sale
Enthusiasm increases as this event progressesr Even better values rule, for reserve stocks are brought forward and
diminished prices are placed on broken lots. White goods are on the list of daily needs, of all the year demand. Why not
benefit by so good an opportunity as this to select satisfactorily from unusually large assortments, bettered qualities and bigger
Market conditions change the tendency of White Goods cost is upward. We placed large orders when materials were
lower and shops and mills, not busy. Foresightedness planni ng ahead enabled us to obtain these exceptional values your
forethought means profit if you supply future as well as present needs now.
Every Woman Ought to Supply Her
N Blouse Needs Now
Hundreds of them all fresh and charming. Simple, yet effective styles, for really insignificant
prices. Elaborate creations for very much less than their equals in style and beauty can be bought
for elsewhere. An all-round Waist-buying opportunity which leaves no excuse for a shortage in
your Waist supply:
Women to whom the practice of economy appeals only when it can be effected without the sacrifice '
of a particle of quality will be pleased with the sale s worth in a conclusive manner.
Plain white voiles, black and white checked voiles, batiste in handkerchief collar and cuff effects;
of brown, navy and purple. White pussy willow Blouses. Linen Blouses in natural color, pink.;!
white, brown and green; made in Country club style. Many new ones will be ready and priced;
at only 786.
EXTRA SPECIAL! BLOUSES AT 50c Lace and embroidery trimmed Blouses of lingerie and
voile; long or short sleeve style; high or low neck; regular 79 and 95c Blouses Cl"i r
in our May White Sale . OVC
MIDDIES 50c Of Galatea, with green piping; made with clover leaf collar, extra special... 50c
DRESSES FOR CONFIRMATION AND GRADUATION AND FOR JUNE BRIDES
Hundreds and hundreds of beautiful Dresses will be offered in our May White Sale at prices almost unbelievable.
what your requirements may be, you are most certain to find the" summertime Dresses here to meet your needs.
WE ARE FEATURING DRESSES SPECIAL AT $4.95 AND UP
You will find a beautiful assortment of White Nets, White Voiles and White Organdies. Colored Voiles in wide stripes and large
dots. Imported Voiles and Crepes in beautiful new patterns, Oy ster Colored Embroidered Voiles and French and Ramie Linens
in all colors. Some with waist made in the new Fichu effect and with flared skirt, trimmed with.black taffeta or velvet; all sizes;
special values at SJ54.95 and up.
Palm Beach Suits $7.50 to $15.00
We have just received many new models in thee practical summertime
suits in snappy Norfolk styles, as well as plain tailored effects. Fall
flare yoke skirts., Suits that are trimmed with large pearl bottom and
finbhed with patch pockets. These are the ideal cloths for warm weather
near they are light and cool, yet shape retaining. They launder perfectly.
Handsome new Pahn Beach Suits that are special values at 57.50 to $15.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
XXTRA SPECIAL BABY EMBROIDERIES A special purchase enables
us to offer choice of Baby Embroideries in Matched Patterns Sheer ma
terials at les than manufacturer's cost. The kinds that are jnst saited
for babies' and children's clothes. Harrow edges and insertions 'I f
that are worth 13c ard 1UC
52-inch Edges and Dainty Beadings worth up
to 35c Yard
18 and 27 inch Fteuncings and 22 inch Allever; worth
to 75c Yard
EXTRA SPECIAL Hopes of durable Jonetoth with perfect seaHopa
and attractive designs suitable for underwear and children's (hithoj
offered at less than manufacturer's cost.
17c value 10c 25e valae 121-2c 40c value 15c
War' ' WwB'
TWay Sale of
In this I)ay Sale we offer
some most unusual- attrac
tions in fine footwear of
quality. For instance:
Women' White' Can 7a$
Button Shoes with Good
year welt 3ies: very neat
Women's Sanmle Shoes. Pnmns anj OxfnrdV
buckskin and canvas; all new up-to-date styles; reg
ularly sold from $3.50 to $5.00 Q T A
pair i$& TrO
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Made with
t'ither tight or umbrella knee; shoulder
ttraps. the stav-on kind and run with
silk tape; sizes 4 to 6 May
White Sale price
WOMEN'S VESTS Sjriss ribbed sum
mer vests of fine gauze with hand
crochet front: recular and out sizes;
well worth 35c; May White J"
Sale price IOC
W0ME1TS"VESTS 2 FOR 25c. Of fine
silk lisle a piure garment that has the
appearance of silk; regular and out
sizes; May White OC
Sale price 2 for., DC
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS -Three in
One" style; including shirts, pants and
suspender waist ; both boys and girls ;
sizes 2 to 12 years; regularly qq I
priced 56c special 5cC
$2 AND $2.50 WHITE GOODS, $1.65
An extraordinary asssortment of the
newest weaves and no el ties in high
class all-over embroidered White Goods;
SS to 45 inches in width; f ?C
special Yard Jl.DO
25c NOVELTY WHITE GOODS, 19c
A great assortment of fine White Goods
including Voiles, Lace Cloths, Loop
Voiles and Crepes; 36 and 48 inches
idt: May White Sale q
price Yard ;. JLiC
67zr Z? . 7
o i& AJU --&I
CHILDREN'S HOSE Of extra, fine qual
ity silk lisle in white only. Onyx brand
hosiery of quality; regular 25e -l Q
quality, pair JL t C
WOMEN'S HOSIERY Onyx brand ia
white only. Lisle, silk lisle and boot
silk. Made with doable garter tops, high
spliced heels and double soles; always
50e a pair; special 3 pairs o f"
JLOO Pair jOC
WOMEN'S HOSIERY White silk in out
sizes. Phoenix 6ilk hosiery raade with
high spliced heels and double garter tops;
always $1 a pair regukrlv; ?Q
May White Sale price, pair. ... O V C
35c WHITE HOSIERY 25c Women's
hosiery of silk lisle. Onyx brand with
double garter tops and high spaced heels;
rejsular price 35e a pair; May ty j;
'Vhite Sale price, pair OC
OF T. 1 1 UNI IS HKD
Commissioners' Court Adds
$176,303 to Railroad Land
Boston "Ma-s. ic.U Walion, the 23 jtar old aetrtss who won a prize in
the beauty contest here four jears ago, has just won a husband who tell in love
uith her photograph. Miss Walton became Mrs. Earl Kossinan following a. pho
tograph romance which began when Mr. Kosman, struck by her Iteauty as jr
tiayed by a photograph which casually came into his hand, sought her out and
ardently wooed her. Mr. Koosman is" in charge of the New York hippodrome.
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PFJRIIS' is like an egg J&k ja JxWJ'
Iwtnout salt. jf B X jffMff H I
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The county commissioner's court.
sitting as a. board o oqualization.
Monday afternoon, raised tlte assessed
valuation of Texas & Pacific lands In
El Paso county from JJi:.I7 to fM,
609. an advance of 1 17 6,39 J.
In -10 Cents an ,-lcre.
The purpose of the raise, it is stated.
is to equalize the lands with the values
placed by the county assessor upon the
alternate sections owned by private In
dividuals. It Js pointed out that the
value of Texas & Pacific lands last
year was placed at W cents per acre,
while that of individual owners -anged
from 96 cents to SI per kcre. The raise is
40 cents per acre It affects S41.0GU
acres owned by the railroad system
within the county and will Increase
the county's revenue about 1.00.
It was announced following the meet
ing that other raises in valuation
were of minor importance.
M ork Completed.
The Work of the hnArri nf Minlia- I
tion was completed Monday afternoon
and before adjournment the board
fixed June 7 as the date for the hearing
of complaints against assessments.
BAPTIST MINISTERS TO ATTEND
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONFERENCE
rr. O. J. AVade. pastor of the palvar -Houston
Square Baptist church, and
rr J F. Williams, pastor of the First
Baptist church, will be out of the city
attending the Southern Baptist conven-
..."i. &i jjvuBiuu, iicai aunuuy, ana meir
pulpits will be supplied bv local mis
sionaries. Dr. Wade's pulpit will be
filled morninp and evening by Rev. H.
F Hatchell, missionary to Juarez, and
Dr. Williams's pulpit will be filled by
Rev. a L. Ilolloway. Baptist city mis
sionary, morning and evening. Dr.
Wade will be accompanied to tbe con
lention bv Mrs. Wade, who will go
from Houston to Little Rock to ist
ici.tw- i.imi .n. -win spend some
time with li. r mother at Magnolia, i
i K '
ABANDONMENT OF FLEET'S
CANAL CRUISE CONSIDERED
Washington. D. C. Mai 11 The
abandonment of the Atlantic flet's pro-
posed cruise through the Panama canal
to the California expositions is being
considered by the navy department,
partly because of the world situation
and partly because of -the danger of
slides in the canal, ilaj. Gen. Goe
thals, governor of the canal zone, and
Capt, Hugh Rodman, the marine super
intendent, held a confernce with sec
retary of the navy Daniels in .that connection.
Started Under Chin and On Neck.
Itched and Burned, So Cross and
Fretful Couldn't Sleep. Used Cu
ticura Soap and Cutlcura Oint
ment. In Four Weeks Well.
R. F. D. No. 1. MBlwood. W. Ya. "Our
baby girl took skin trouble when one year
old. It started under her chin and on ber
neck, just a few pimples,
and then three knots came
as Urge as a hickory nut.
The sores came in a tittle
phnple. red all around and
were all inflamed. She
cried as If they Itched and
burned. She was so cross
and fretful we couldn't
sleep or do anything bat
care for her.
"I tried Me of things but she didn't get
any better. A neighbor aiked why I didn't
try Cuticura Soap and Ointment. So I
went and got one cake of Cuticura Soap and
a box of Ointment. I could see it was
getting better. I washed the places wHb.
tbe Cutlcura Soap and put the Ointment on.
In four weeks she was weH." (Signed) Jlrs.
Frances Stover. October 28. 1014,
Sample Each Free by Mail
W itli J--p. skin Uook on request Ad
dress post-card "Cutlcura, Uepu T, Bos
Hi." bold Uirouri'icat the s orld.
To G. Zmco, te Mid an adobe at Cypress
and Lattm streets: estimated cost JUS.
To Imperial Garae. t. butal trasol.ne
sertlre at tls-11 Mills streets; estimated
Te C M. Tamskers. te baOd a brick
buildrac at S18 Stewart street; estimated
To Pboealz-RI Pass BaOdtse cerapany. to
build a bride apartment oa lots t and 6.
block 2. CMtoa addition; estimated cost
To A. P. BranswUk. to baUd a brick addi
tion at J:; Chlboahna street, estimated cost
Bl Paso ronnty lands W. O. Kemper to
W S. Kissoer. section Is. block Jl. town
ship 7. Texas A Pacific land: J15S and i
other considerations: Jan. 27. 1515. I
North side of Alamogordo street, between j
.o.cu iichh ana iravi street uoTern
ment Hill company to J. a. Serrano, lot S.
Mock 1. Government Hill adrfltlnnr rAnalrier-
ation JUS: liar 1. ISIS.
Kuv, ih ivwn s rnnii aaaiiion w. i;ooier
. a Ijena Baker, tots 7. S and S. block 2.
Tobin's Fourth addition; consideration 12:
March 2C. 1I6.
Automobiles TJcenscd. '
35i7 The Diamond Dairy. Martinex and
Dunn streets: Ford delivery track.
w. ji. uarsoti. ln Magotfln atenne:
five passenger Ford.
Licensed to Wed.
Nicolas Rodriguez to Joan Demlnruez.
Benturo AHre to Laxa Rosea,
niar Carmona. 1IM Fourth street. May I
1. aced ti rears: bnrial Coararrila cae.
tery May J
isnado Flore. 121 Sonth StamVaB street.
May 1. aged one year, borlal Concordia
cemetery Ma IS
I- B. Castillo. JSJS Tulaross, street. May
'. aced 2i ; ears, burial Concordia ceme
tery Mar 1
Jesnslta Reyes t. Leon alley Msr ". aged
four months, burial Concordia cemetery
Carmen Soto 4 J? Stevens street May .
aged nine months, buriil Concordia ceme
tery Mar 1.
Margarita Sanches Alvarox. 112 Tavs j
street. M i v Hgeri one year, burial con- i
Jtortila (fmfl.n M.n S I
Carlos Brlnro- 307 Fifth street. Mav S.
1 thref jer. burial l uncordla cemetery
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whea next you build. The best
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do this by figuring your lumber
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Sold everywhere, la boxes. 10e2Se.
May t. v
Olivana Bianco Vera. Mar .
years: burial Concordia mlm
Anparo Agnlrre y Chans, tit West Over
land. Mar a. aarsd 1 mania, htri.1 a
cerdsa cemetery May 1.
Allarlo Baranda, HIS Seventh street. May
. aised 7 years, bnrial Concordia, cemetery
May . f
To Mrs. Guadalupe Dmis, First street:
T0 Mrs. E. Martinez. Uf Flareaee street:
To Mrs. W lllle Dodge. JS Nortk CamBeell
street. May S
To Mrs. John A. Hicks. 131 California
street. May S.
To Mm Rosemlo Tanea. Third street and
Cotton atenue Hay 7
Illrth Female. t
To Mrs Nicolas Cadena. Tavs and VIMh
streets May &
By this new
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NEW SYSTEM DKXTAI. PARXOK3
Cor 1 Paso and San Antonio Sta.
over Savlnirs Bank newly renovated
old First Nat. Bank Bide Open
eeninffs till 7 SO. Sunday morotnrs
tilt 11. Lady attendants (2). Spanish
and German spoken.
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