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EL PASO HERALD
IDEE I, POOL
Eeturns to El Paso With
Bride and a Lot of Good
Ha h om a months honeymoon, in
BtJC . -.e .d not nslect his favorite
o-: sod roads judge Adrian Pool,
f.nnerT: judge of the count; couit.
Tet-.Tud with his bride to CI i'aso
T cdn?d y nis'.it. They rc umpyra
t lv ai te Hotel Sheldon untfl they
eeie't a home.
Mrs Pool, before h'r marriaffe, was
11 ;j Inez Singleton, of AYaxahachH
After thr ir marri.i?.. they took an e.
t ." ' trip thrcn-'l. i1..- -l : id '"
re ci to Texas-, whfre they visit-"
Waxaha.bie. Judire Pooi also dropp-i
In a eorae of the towns on the pro-
Sosed lew El raso-Fort Worth auto
pfctray. whuii h.- lias brought to the
po.nt ot an assured success.
I found that interest in the new
read is '.ncre.iinp in every county anil
everv c:'v thiouph which the highw.i?"
K-31 r I"-!"" -il(I Jlui- Poo! "A IW'-r-
has tteei cal'.4 .it Ric Sn-'rt.'-nudvrio
between r'.i '-. :.'-' '''
V. , ', . ,.r th. 1 '
wl -h rteleeates from the towns and
counties afiecieo '- ' r " - -
de!fates from Uk . ni'n- i-i -.--i
merer. county - : u-iii-'. - .11 .
county judges "will u preeen.
Siep? will be t.ik:i .11 this metl
lrrp' to perfrt an o--r-".nization and t"
n'-ge 3"h county to -uh it-? seclioa
oz the higl'i.iy throuplt o completion.
Th-- raisincr of fund also will lie con
sidered .trT.I reso(Tinon: ;a"ert that
Terpen a sLate hichwav commission Is
eraied. tte Kl Po-Kort 'Worth road
be esLahlish-d as a Mate hitrhway.
"The Teas Good Ro.ids association
jr.H meet the 17th and ISth of this
month at AuFtin T01 -he purpose of
urgfns legislation eui'jlisliinsr a state
Irghway commission. This measure Is
believed sure of success.
Texas A; Pacific train No. .". due at
3:S p. m, is reported to arrive at
10:2(1 p. m. G. H. & S. A. train No. 9.
due at 5:39 p. m., is reported to arrive
at & p. m. AH other afternoon and
night trains for today are reported
its owner, to an art dealer here for
price said to have exceeded $150,000.
Or CONSTANCE CXAIIKE.
Notice of Annunl Meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the El Paso Bank and
Trust company, of El Paso. Texas, will
be held at the office of the Company
in the City of El Paso, on the 11th day
at JanmiT. 1917. at I ocloek in the
afternoon for the election of Directors
for the ensuing year and for the trans-
action of such other business as ma
uronerlv come before the meetlnf".
L.-e H. Crews.
It-I .it I.i IVso. Texas
IhCfltlNrr Jth. '1.
Notice of MurLhoIders Meetlnsr.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of stockholders of the
I1IO GRANDE VALL.EV BANK Ac
TP.UST COMPANT will be hell at Its
office on Tuesday, January Sth. 1917.
at J:00 ocloek P. m, fo the election
of directors and to transact any and
all business that may come before the
meeting. S. N. SCHWABK.
Iron Production Increased.
New York. Jan. Tho production
of pig iron In 1!1 in this cor.ntrj I
estimated at S9.150.6fl0 tons by Iron
Age today. Tire previous high y-r
was 1913 with 30.M6.li; tons.
Imiuirj Into Cattle Indutr.
ngton. I. C. Jan. 4. Invest! -
llllffxtn ISIII lo Mill III
gation of the cattle industry tn an .is
Phases was suggested to prcsnlrnt
'...1V.M. Colo.. Jan. t.-Failur. to im- Wilson Wednesday by a. dozen mem
.r..ve af-.rr a four weeks Hhics- at the ! bers of congress. T.ie indorse.1 a
ome of :i sister hero tonight led to. reso utlon providing ,for f h Jn"
removal of Col. IV. F. Cody tuul-
lalo Bill! to Glenwood Springs. Colo,
in the hope that treatment at that re
sort might aid hira.
I.ongrrrll Be caretul or vonr taggse
checks. Leave at Longwell's. TeL 1.
I.rv Ca Postponed.
Denver, Colo.. Jan. 4. Motions at
tacking the Indictments under which
thev a.-e. held, resulted Wednesday In
UM.'-'tpoiifmrnt until Friday of the case
if Sam Ti ilax l.evr. Denver and Bis-i..-e.
Ariz., brokers, charged at Uisbee
v. rh misuse of the mails in connection
-. 'h the closing of their offices sev
eral months airo. Counsel for Le-vr
B. . ii.-cued that the indictments were j .
insruifu-ienl to warrant mi
to Arizona to stand trial.
estimation introduced by representa
tive Borland of Missouri. nv inci
dent will discuss the question with
I.ene SIS to Sailor T'nlon.
Kan Pranrixcn. Calif, Jan. 4. ine
Broiled Mutton Chops.
$15 in my pocket 1 leave to the Sailors ,AKE six
union to buy drinks for he sailors who j ' i .
loin mutton chops, re-
a portion of the fat and
them into a nice shape:
iti-I Tai. nn fh HrTvo FrAiiiiTitlw ttirn
Try Mr.. Clark-. Cafeteria. I6S Mesa, j t anJ n m,nutes they
.hnlfv , Gallnr vhA ShOt .
himself' as he stood within sights or
himself as he stood witnm signis ot siiKhtiy be3t and level them; rub
hundreds hurrying by Lmon Square I ' Kit .u ,
!... tr-in-j.r ! oars of the broiler with a little
. V. .. u.ct,.,. ,
Osteopaths may cure you. Try it: Drs.
McCarthy, Osteopaths. 502 N. Oregon.
ISO Women and Children Ilronn.
London. Eng. Jan. 4. A Central News
dispatch from Amsterdam. Holland,
savs 2u women and children were
drowned through the sinking or a ferry
boat in a collision on the Moselle near
Nehrai.'.n'. fJovernor Inaugurated
Lincoln. Neb, Jan. 4. Keith Neville.
removal ! S3 years old. the youngest governor
T .!...., n.'A, hart TI 3 C I 13. II IT 11 TM I Ml
today. In his inaugural address. Gov.
NVvlilp nrired laws iind regulations
for the enforcement of the state .
prohibition amendment. i
will be done. Season with pepper and
salt, dish them on a very hot dish, rub
a small piece of butter on each chop
and serve very hot. Garnish with
canned green peas and boiled carrots.
Warm the p a.r m .nti-T and boil tiir
carrots as i'.j'Jov. s ilia 11-ii one bunch
of carrot in boiling waier for fiv
miautes. -i i," :ind rub off the skiii
with a cloth, cut off the green h. ml
and the points and cut in slices. Plac.
them in n sauc. pan. add half a cup o'
water, one ta'jle.-poonful of butter, a
pinch of salt and a teaspoonful of
sugar: cover the sau epan and stew
slowly for 20 minutes, shaking tb
saucepan every five minutes to insure
their cooking equally. If done enough
they will feel soft and give wav under
the finger. iTomnrrow, Ilollrd Ilom.l ,
CARPENTERS ASK FOR $1
INCREASE IN DAILY PAY
Hobe-t Fredericks has been the bell
rlngc- at Alma college, of Alma, Mic:..,
Ic the past 30 ye.trs.
"More .-"it 4"f words a minute have
been sen' - hirrh speed win :-". it'-.s
Ilig nil Deal M(lc.
niiias Tex.. Jan. 4. For
eratinn of $3."..0."o0. the Magnolia 1-e-ttoleum
company, with headquarters
in Dallas. has purchased all the
property of the McMann Oil company,
located in Kansas and Oklahoma, ex
cepting the McMann leases in the re
stricted department within the t.iri
to'v or the five civilized tribes in OK
lahun.a. it is announced.
Itesrnc Ilnnk.. to Declare Dividend..
Washington. D. C, Jan. 4. Federal
reserve banks at Boston. New York.
Philadelphia, Cleveland. Minneapolis
and St. Louis have been authorized by
the federal reserve board to declare
dividends of six oercent for varying
I periods since the opening of the banks K Carpenters union Wednesda:
consiJ- ' .n November. 1914. The other six re- J night at the Central labor hall, Kai
.1- ... t i 1 j.. ,. uiar Aiv- ' sas and Overland streets.
r-eifce Utiuti.: -ii'-,jj mi.c .... .-i ..
Ey an unanimous vote, the proposi
tion of asking the contractors of the
city for an increase of $G from $5 per
day, was passed at the annual meeting
and smoker of the El Paso local. No.
4;... Carpenters union Wednesday
r contractors of the city Wednesdav an.i
reporieu mai mej b'iu V,,T; r1"!-'
lion with favor.
An evening of amusement was er
joved bv the members aftfr the bu--ne'ss
to completed, an elaborate bau
.iuet having been arrangeI-
Ready for the New Year
Texas Rranri tonight
J'opulnr Priced Matinee Sn.nr
day Afternoon- 25c to 50c
"The Girl from Scotland"
Thr Pnllman Car The Flajc
Rush A Ilfj? Scenic
Hear the Lyric Quartet.
Price- 25c to S1.00
Seat, oi Sale at Cranford.
Theater. Phone 31HU.
Eat a Pickwick. 4'5 N. Oregon.
AVoman Detective Under Charges.
San Fnwieisco. Calif, Jan. 4. Mrs,
Mabel Aitkeii. a detective employed by
the California board of medical exam
iners, was arrested here Wednesday oa
charges of drugging and robbing IL D.
of ' Iteynolds, a mining man of Houston.
on December :s. it is aiiegen
that he was robbed of jewelry and
Portrait Sold For JM.VI.OOn.
v-, x'rtt- Ttiji 4 Tiortrait
T....:.iln dTiti l.v the famous Flemish I Tex
i.a intr- Koger van der Wevden. which l that he was robbed of jewelry and
t-a- been on view in the Metropolitan cash aggregating $1S50. According to
' , c.n.A n,.r.r -u.--i s ' the notice. Reynolds came hero to
oiVl Wednesda-' by Sir E.lpar Speyer. i marry Mrs. Aitken. whom he is said J
It was pointed out that the can-' -ters
have not had an Increase In ti
scale of pay since 1913. and as .
high cost of living had Increased .
cordingly. the additional 51 to iheir ;
dailv wage was ask-d. A commit
composed of II. 11 Hill. J. IV. Van -e J
ana Jl. r. urown canvnssu me iea'is
niO-i: San Antonio St. BSBKBBIBSBBBBBmKSBIBSKStSBSt
ll ' (J ' 1
Through the Rockies
18 Miles per Gallon of Gas
Easy Starting-No Carbon
No Engine Trouble
This from the driver of a stock Maxwell who
is using only
TEXACO MOTOR OIL
on a coast-to-coast trip.
He left Newark, N. J., November 16th and
wrote from Flagstaff, Arizona. November
25th, stating that he had covered 3048 miles
on 166 gallons of Texaco Gasoline and 5 34
gallons of Texaco Motor Oil.
Texaco Motor Products will give the same de
pendable performance in your car under all
conditions of roads or weather. Look for the
Texaco dealer's sign.
THE TEXAS COMPANY
HARTE & EVANS
LAVELLE & FINNEY
3 I'. M.
toe and 20c
have met through
a IiOs Angeles
Dr. Ilaurhert, Dentist. Villi bid? Ph. Si7.
Avertu . P. Train Wreck.
Salinas. Calif.. Jan. 1. An attempt
to wreck the Southern pacific fast
passenger train, the Shore Line limited,
northbound, about two miles south of
here was frustrated Wednesday night
I by the quick wit of Paul Christensen.
i a farmer, who discovered a heavy log-
. ging chain locked around the rail. He I
; ran a mile tor a lantern ana succeeaea
j in flagging the express and stopping
' it about 100 feet from the obstruction.
To the vtockholdent f tbe Union nank
and Trnnt Co. of El I'aao.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Teg
lar annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Union Bank and Trust com
pany will be held on Tuesday. Januarv
the Sth. l&IT. at the office of said
h.-ink in EI Paso. Texas, between the
hours of nine ocloek a. m. and three
ocloek p. m.. for the purpose of elect--ng
the directors thereof for the com-
lliir year and for thp transaction nf nit
1 other business that may be brought
I before the meeting.
' The vote at such time and place will
j commence at nine ocloek a. m. and
I i lose at thre ocloek p. m. on said
date, towlt: January ninth. 1917.
Dr. Anna Itenm. Buckler Bid. over Elite
I tlcVamara Sent to Dungeon.
San yuentln. Calif- Jan. 4. James
I B. MOiamara. serving a life sentence
.. the state prison here for dynamiting
.re ixs Angeles Times building in
lai". was oraerea into the disciplinary
dungeon Wednesday morning for re
fusing to work In the jute mill. He
will be given another opportunity to
obey orders when his close confine
ment expires. It was said.
A Picture of Bare Beauty and Irresistible Power
FIGHT FOR STATE NORMAL
HERE IS BEING LAUNCHED
"With the date of the opening of the
slate legislature rapidly approaching,
strenuous efforts are being made by
the school authorities and others !n
trrted. to bring about a decision of
the legislature to have a state normal
school placed somewhere in El Paso
i The legislature, during this session,
will set aside an appropriation for a
. "ii normal school, and it is poinf-1
; out that El Paso county is the place
j for it. Attempts have before been
-nade to pet a normal school in this
I cuunty. for there is none located
I -within 60(i miles of this city.
j No particular site or location has
been decided upon for the school
should it be decided to have It located
I tri this county, but citizens in Ysleta
i have promised a site for the school
if its location there would prove
Shows Start 10:45 a. m., 12 noon, 1:15 p. m., 2.30,
3:45, 5, 6:15, 7:30, 8:45, 10.
r. rHlOW.WHO Ml.TCt AtE THREE
NEARS Aqo,S CAUJHS CH ME
AQNN -SHOULD 1 AttEPYHM?
VES - BUT REMEMBER, THE
PRESEKrS START FROAt THE
Time Waits On No Man
We Pay 4 Percent Compound Interest on
ONE DOLLAR OPENS AN ACCOUNT.
Time, the relentless worker, waits on no man: lie is
ever busy and no matter who we are we must recog
nize tins important fact The year of 1917 has just
begun. "WTiat will be your financial condition at its
close? You, like every one. must decide this ques
tion for yourself. For your own sake begin today
to judiciously save. This is the only sure road to
American Trust and Saving's Bank
For Real Bargains in
Second Hand Cars
Call at 114 West Overland St. Phone 561
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THE ftCALITT TIRE
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CORNER MYRTLE AD KASSAS
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-Phone 747-74S. SIS San Antonio St.
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"THE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
The Picture in Which the Charming
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
Has Scored Another Triumph.
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