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Women's Club Committee Finds Startling Condition in
Bakeries Visitsrl "With State Food Inspector; Dirt
and Dust Found in Bakeries Visited by "Women;
Bread Being IKade in Unsanitary Basements.
D1KT, unwashed pans, bread cot-
ered with old shirts, and insects
w ere found in the bakeries visited !
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I -uai morning by a com ailttee from j
lue Woman s club under Use gafdance j
of Mrs Elizabeth Darwin, state in-
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epectur ot pure food and drugs, who is
'.' i-.nt an lnbpectioo ol Bi -aso rood
.- applies No report was made on any
or the bakeries as they were found in
snch condition that Mrs. Tarwin an
noonoea that she would not attempt to
score tbexn now but would gtve them a
'-THEATRE-
Lynn R. McClintock;
Manager
Big Musical Comedy
Company
IN
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BEST SHOW EVER
IN" EL PASO.
30 PEOPLE 30
MOSTLY ALL GIRLS
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PRICES :
25c, 50c, 75c
Seats Hovr Selling at
Ryan's Dru? Store
Change of Bilk Monday and
Thursday.
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Dorothy j
Russeii's I
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B Special Attraction Kg
1AT HNIfl-IIF SATURDAY I
THE W PI I 4 W K. SUNDAY j
I ETHEL BARRYiORE i
JK Starring in Hj
I "The Final Judgment" I
!H By the eminent dramatist, Geo. ScaiboTOugb, author of "The Lure," K
"At Bay," Etc
m One of the Real Big Pictures of the Year. 1
E Shows start at 12 neea, 1:15 p. m, 2:30 p. dl, 3:45, 5, 6:15, 7:30, m
If 8:45, 10 n. IB. EC
ADULTS, 25c; CHILDREN, 15c 9
!K If you want to see a great star in a great picture, arrange sow H
ag for Saturday's matinee, as seats will he in big demand after this W
QE picture is shown. , 9B
PY QUOCEEtY
feiaf COM PANY
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY
We will give away FREE a Glass of Pure Valley Honey with a purchase of
24 pounds or over of Globe. Cream of Wheat, or Levy's Winner Flour.
Buy your Flour from us and have Good Bread, Biscuits and Cakes.
Pjiones 505 & 506. 204 & 206 East Overland S
Trade with ns and save money Mail orders given prompt attention.
rnuco nocsn
FiiUDFIFDOiK
.chance to dean up their places before
her score as to cleanliness.
. ,. BakInff Rcom Mad.
At bakery number one the office was
fonnd to ln aolek aB(1 spaa ci.
tlon and the mixing? and baknag rooms
in bd sanitary state. At bakery mm-
bcr two the proprietor was sick and his
TetaSed to tneet the committee.
j They Bad access to the roixrng room i
r ana MK,ng room and made a report of
j "oed." At bakery number three the
salesroom was found in good condition,
the ten cent bread wrapped and so
products exposed on counters. The
basement wroere the bread was mixed
had no sewerage connection, being be
low the sewer pipe Jevel. and stagnant
water, dough coated shelves and dusty
ceilings were noted. At bakery number
four conditions were on a. par with
number one and two.
Beddinsr Ik Room.
A common fault found at most of the
bakeries was that the rooms In which
the bread is made have little ventite-
tion: that clothing and bedding lies
I about indiscriminately, that the troughs
! in which the dough rises are coated
' with an accumulation of dirt that does
j not seem to have, ever been removed
I that the cans and jar in which fittings
; are placed stand open on the floors;
i that the workmen are not dean: eC
j cody: that the waHs and ceilings with
out an exception are coated with dust
and cobwebs; that the baking pans are
cioiieo witn leit over oaKings.
At each place Mrs. Darwin, after'
making an Inspection, talked to the
proprietor as to the conditions which
should be remedied and to the workmen
as to how they should care for the
bakery equipment and their bodies.
Overalls Cover Bread.
The bakery making the least score
had its hot bread stacked in a small
room and thrown over the top a pair
of overalls: and a soiled shirt. In an
other place a cot stood in the mixing
room where the men rested when tired.
In a third the clothing of the workmen
was hung upon the walls of the mix
ing roon and hats and articles of cloth
ing thrown carelessly upon the mixing;
tables and the coaling shelves.
Maeh Residue.
At all of the bakeries visited the
shelves where fresh bread stands, bins
and troughs in which it is mixed and
sets, were covered with a residue of
dough and gray-black from time. The
mixers, proprietors stated, were cleaned
! out dairy, but at the time of Inspection
ait were covered wjtn dough. It was
stated tnat a brush Is used to clean
out the Wrappings and that after the
mixers are scalded out they look ex
cellent Bakern Unclean.
One of the things, pointed out by Urs.
Darwin was that no provision Is made
at the bakeries for the personal clean
liness of the men. At one place a tnh
of stagnant water stood under a drip
ping hydrant and at this place the
workmen were supposed to wash their
j hands. When the tub got full it waa
I carried upstairs and dumped in the
drain.
Floor Sacks Dirty.
It was also noticed that the empty
flour sacks were used for the placing
of the unbaked loaves, and that the
sacks were not always clean. Urs.
Darwin said:
"Look here, don't you know that ne
groes and Mexicans sit on those sacks.
i that they are dragged over sidewalks
I on which people spit, that they travel
; In freight cars and do all sorts of
I things that are unsanitary. Don't use
them unless you wash them."
j What especially bothered the cotn-
I mittee of women were the cobwebs
3 j and dust. They went about mum
a blingv "It's bound to get Into the
J ' bread," and someone lifted one of the
3 i planks that held In a pacfc of dough
4 ! and on top were dust and insects.
Dnmt Everywhere.
In all of the mixing rooms dust was
everywhere The degree of cleanli
ness of baking- pans differed. One
shop especially prided itself upon Its
pans, but expressed embarrassment at
its shelves. Another shon pointed to
the neatness of its display windows
and delivery wagons.
Analyze- Dirt Under Nail.
in umcago, sua .Mrs. jJarwin. "we
had the dirt under one baker's finger
nails analyzed and found all the germs
in the catejrorv. It shonld be cniri-
I pulsory tor each bakery to insist upon
i personal cleanliness, as the bread
comes id contact with the baker's
hands from the time of shaping the
loaf until he hands it to the customer,
and there Is no excuse for bread be
ing filled with human effluvia, scales
from the body, dandruff from the
head, flakes and secretion from the
nose. It's unpleasant as- a subject,
but it exists and now that It exists
El Paso has to meet it and work for
better sanitation and cleanliness.
The committee which acompanied
Mrs. Darwin consisted of Mrs. S. H.
UNDERSELL
AM, OTHERS
I Sutherland. Sirs. H. E. Christie. Mrs.
I . A. McCandless, Mrs. C. H. Jordan.
I Mrs. L. Smith. Mrs. W A. Beason and
Mrs. H. W. Taylor. The itinerary of
1 bakeries' was made m automobiles sap
plied by the committee.
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S1EAMEB REACHES FIUVXCE
' TVTTII FIRE IX HER HOLD.
New York. Nov. 26. bfficials of the
French line were notified today that
the British steamer Bankdale. which
it chartered to carry a cargo to France
had arrived at Bordeaux with fire la
her hold. The fire, the cause of which
was not stated, was brought under
control.
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Kng "Worley and F. "W.
Manning Claim Auto
Went Over Street Bank
Alleging: that he sustained perma
nent injuries when an automobile
which he was driving on the night of
September 1. 1913, ran off an embaak
mant in Nevada street, between Stan
tan and Kansas streets, and overturned.
King Worley has filed a claim of
SS004 damages. F. W. Manning, al
leging that he was owner of the ear.
a seven passenger machine valued at
SHOO, has put m a claim for $500 dam
ages. Both claims were presented at the
meeting of the council at the meeting
Friday morning and were referred to
the council as a whole.
24 Kire Alarms.
The report of the chief of the fire
department for October snowed 24
alarms and total losses of $229.51. The
value of property involve w:rs 5365,
SSS. covered by $1S9 insurance.
Ilralthr Wecfc.
The weekly report of the city health
officer showed S9 deaths, of which 14
were Americans. 24 were Mexicans and
one was a negro. Births totaled 22. of
which seven were Americans and
IS were Mexicans. There were to
cases of measles. 23 scarlet fever. eii.h:
smallpox, five typhoid fever and nine
diphtheria. Ten pounds of fruit and 4t
pounds of meat were condemned, and
ten nuisances were abated. The re
port of the sanitary commissioner for
the week snowed 277 loads of garbage
hauled.
The application of J. D. Campbell, re
ceiver, for a quit clr iro deed in favor
of Fannie D. Porter to lots 6, 7 and .
Mock 47. Magoffin addition, was
granted.
The petition of H. C. Swcarengen
for a gasoline filling station at the
southeast corner of Ochoa street and
Magoffin avenue, waa granted.
Petition Filed.
The following petitions were received
and referred:
Coaneil as a whole John IKrlck.
Momsen. Dunnigen, Ryan company to
have Cotton avenue extended from
Kast Overland street to the river.
viH njt,. nri bnilding Parker
garage to instal inside gasoline filling
station at 129 West Saa Antonio street:
Tn-State Motor eompanv to Instal In
side filling station at West San An
tonio and Leon streets.
Streets and grades Rev. Martin Zle
lonka to raise grade at High and Stan
ton streets: proporty owners to grade
Wyoming street east from Piedras
street.
KAISERDECORATES WIFE
OF AMERICAN AMBASSADOR
Berlin. Germany. Nov. 24. Mrs.
James W Gerard, wife of the American
ambassador to Germany, has been
irtt G8AJZD.
decorat3d by Kaiser 1 Uhelm with IlevJ
Cross Gold medals of the first and
second class. This is the first time
the kaiser has bestowed a decoratior
upon a woman not of ityal blood.
220 Mesa Ave.
Ptone 2576.
FISH, OYSTERS, TURKEYS.
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Saturday Meat Specials
Fancy Roasting Chickens, Orfs
lb 6UC
Fancy Frying Size Chickens, 'SE!
ib DC
Prime Rib Rolled Roast, J
Fancy German Oven Roast, 1 El
Fancy Legs of Lamb, , . . - ,- g
Ib &UC
Tender Lean Lamb for Fricasee, "3 F
ib ADC
Fresh Pork Loin Roast "3 7
ib 1 i'lzc
Try Oct Del Norte and Tomato Flavor Pnre Pork Sansage.
Fancy Cranberries, 1 f
per quart IvC
Fancy Calif ornia Celery . g
persfclk 1UC
Fancy White Cauliflower, - . " C
per pound 1 '..'....... JL3C
Honda Oranges, " A
per dozen to
Florida Grape Fruit, 3 for 25c, J g
2 for ZdtjQ
Defender Of Przemysl
Wants His Dog Relumed
Vienna. Austria. No. . Petrogrmd pa
pers report that Gen." von Knsmanek. the
in' ftf PrmiivsL who is now a pris
oner in the interior of Russia. ha petition"
tne. war department oi me "",7:
turn of his dog- When the general had to
surrender the fortress defended by Ms :
asked as a special f or that he be permittee
General Voa Etuxaanck.
to take his dog a beautlfoi treat Pane to
the .prison camp.
This request was readily granted by the
Russian commander, bat the eeaeral lost his
doe anyhow. When the train which carried
the general and his officers to the interior
stopped at Brody Pit nee CzerkaszklJ. a high
Rnssfan officer, saw the animal and asked
that it be-tven,4o-him. Can. xtm. Kusmanek
polltiely dcUsed rto part with bis canine
friend, tot as tit-vAratn was altoat to start
focr B.nsslsai soldiers entered his compart
ment, grabbed the dog and ran away with It.
NAUGLE IS ONLY TEXAlT TO
QUALIFY FOR SOJOLARSHIP
HnWersaty pf TexaB, Not. 26. E. B.
Uaigle. bfFri 'Worth, a first year
graduate student of the university of
Texas, Is the only candidate for ap
pointment as a Rhodes scho'ar at Ox
ford, who passed the qualifying exam
inations held here a few months ago
This Information came to Dr. W. J.
Battle ln a letter from H. T. Gerrens,
secretary to the delegates of local ex
aminations, Oxford, England.
1800 CATTLE IMPORTBD.
"V. B. Andreas Is still bringing ln
hundreds of head of cattle, and entered
at the customs boose Thursday morn
ing were two shipments of beef on the
hoof, totaling ISO bead, all said to
have arrived at the border over the
Mexico North Western, under contract
For dinner there Is ""th'rs1 better
tha& a whole ham brked after your
favorite recipe. Get Sulzberger's Ma
jestic "Dellclously Different" Adv. I
CAimiBIlS' DAY
Tomorrow, being- the last Saturday
In the month. Herald- carriers will pre
sent bills for November subscriptions.
Sabscribers will please note and be
ready for the boys.
The economical way buy a whole
ham Get Sulzberger's Maiestlc
"Dellclously Different." An. .
You will find the good old fashioned
flavor In Sulzberger s Majestic Hams
and Bacon. "Deliclously Different."
Phone your grocer now. Adv.
Cash or Credit
With Free Delivery
Service.
We Go All Over
EI Paso.
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AND MEATS
FROM
Standard Gash Stores and
Markets
Cash Store No. 3
Corner Stanton and
Overland Sts.
New Zeilman BWg.
Phone 863
Cah Store No. 2
Corner Boulevard and
Kansas St.
Phoes 4340 & 4341
Saturday Specials In
4 pounds fancy Head
Rice .-. . . 25c
4 pounds California Pink
Beans, new crop, for. .25c
25c bottle Gold Leaf Catsup for
EXTRA SPECIAL Chase and
Diamond 88 Coffee, lb
Each Cash Store and Market will have a complete rise of targe
White Crisp Celery, Lettuce, CraBberrie aad otter seasaabte Vege
tables and Fruits for your Sunday Dmaer.
Don't forget -f
Maricopa Pure Creamery Butter Received '
daily by express per lb - 34c
Blue Bibbon Eggs Guaranteed Eresh per
dozen 42c
Durliain Eggs Very Good per dozen 35c
We pride ourselves on our Fresh Butter and
Eggs WE DO NOT HANDLE Cold Storage
Eggs.
Saturday Specials In Meat Departments
Fancy Beef Shoulder Roast, per pound 12c
Fancy Pork Loin Roast, per pound 19c
Fancy Veal "Shoulder Roast, per pound 12V2C
Fancy Select Oysters, per pint 20c
Dl CACC DC?J!tTriD?D that we will carry at 'all tiiaes the
rLCMOC nClYIEU.DCR Finegt aDd choicest Cute of Beef,
Mutton, Lamb and Fork that the market afford.
Fancy Home Dressed Poultry a Specialty
Today, Tocsorrow and ETeryday.
You Pay Cash and Pay Less at the
Standard Cash Stores and Markets
We Thank Our Customers
for past patronage and wish to assure them that we appreciate all sales
whether large tir small
"If you need a ga heater we have. some good second hand ones.
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BALT FURNITURE COMPANY
206 S. Stanton St. (Just Below Fire Station.) Phone 3046.
If you trant highest price for your old furniture, stoves, rugs, etc,
phone us.
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TEXAS GRAND 2 ZSJ
LYNN R. McCLINTOCK, Manager
3IAT1VEE TUESDAY
The Grenteat LlTlng Actor
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FORBES
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(His Firsi and Last Visit to EI Paso)
AND LONDON COMPANY
Seats at Ryan's Snnday, 9 a. m.
Matinee, $2.00,
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Saturday Special-
We are offering as a SPECIAL for
candy for less than tost-
REGULAR 40e VALUE. SATURDAY ONLY,
THE POUND
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POTTER FLORAL &
Kills
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Wait Ads
THE
Cash Store No. 4
41 7 North Oregon St.
Phone 896.
Grocery Departments
10c size Keflogg's Com
Flakes for 8c
1 0c can Cutting Jam any
flavor, for 8c
17c
Sanborn's Famous Coffees.
23c Amber Blend, lb 2Sc
MONDAY
HAMLET
At S Sharp
Tnesday Matinee
and Night
PASSING of the
Ttird Floor Back,
Nights, $250, $2, $1.50, $1, 50c
$150, 75c, 50c
Saturday Only a deKeieas wfcetesome
ar
25c
CONFECTIONERY CO.
Building.
The Coal
With
a Character.
m The El Paso Herald Are
AN INVESTMENT
NOT ca EXPERIMENT
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