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LAS VEQA8 DAILY OPTIC, TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
FIVE
The Prescriptionist
The man who does the
weighing, the measuring
the man who knows how
and why the man on
whom everything depends.
Out responsibility is never
lost sight of for a moment
in prescription fining. Every
prescription leaving our
store is faultless from any
standpoint that you may
take. Tou may feel safe
and sure if we fill your
prescription.
WINTERS DRUG CO.
Plioie Main i
-f
GOSSIP OF THE
SHOPS AND YARDS
t
6. A. Apgar, representative of the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance com-
I pany, was a visitor at the round
house yesterday afternoon.
ELECTRICAL
SUPPLIES
The Woodill & Hulse
Electrical Company
Third and Main Streets
Los Angeles, Cal.
are prepared to furnish you
with your Electrical Sup
plies at cut prices.
Write us and let us quote
you.
Engineer Will Trainor has been as
signed to the Mallet engine No. 1399.
This engine was tested recently by
Road Foreman Lynch for fast freight
on the Third district and will now
run regularly on that division.
Engineer E. E. Bailey, who has
been laying off for several days, has
reported for duty and has been as
signed to engine No. 1607.
Car Foreman Lewis of the round
house, Engineer Joe Blevines and En
gineer J. C. Crammer are laying off
and have gone to El Paso on a hunt
ing trip.
Boilermaker W. J. Dorefler of
Dodge City, Kan., has been trans
ferred from that place to the shops in
Las Vegas.
PERSONALS
Charles A. Spiess left last night
on train No. 7 for Santa Fe on a
business trip.
A. M. McCurdy of Raton, traveling
engineer of the aSnta Fe, was in Las
Vegas last night on business.
F. B. White of El Paso, arrived
last night from his home on the Bar
der City and was in Las Vegas to
day on business.
Herbert Clark, secretary of the re
publican state central committee, af
ter spending several days in Las Ve
gas, left, last night for Santa Fe.
W. t. Hand of Jenison, Ala., and
.Major A. P. Haineson of Randolph,
Ala., after an etxended visit in Las
Vegas left last night for the south.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jones and Mr.
;ind Mrs. Hester arrived last night
from Denver in a Ford runabout and
( pntinued south this morning on thcit
way to the Mexican border. They
put up their machine at the Whalen
Garage last night where a few neces
sary repairs were made.
Jose Gallegos, a ranchman of the
Pecos country, who has been in Las
Vegas several days, returned home
this afternoon.
D. W. Baughman, formerly of the
shops at La Junta, has been appointed
round house foreman in Las Vegas
and has already reported for duty.
Fireman H. A. Harvey is laying off
for a few days.
Fireman Hill of the Middle division
has been transferred to Las Vegas
for regular service.
Fireman Batman is reported to be
sick and is laying off for several days.
H. A. Thomison, a Santa Fe fireman
from Lamy, who has been in Las Ve
gas taking the examination for en
gineer, has returned, to his home in
Santa Fe county.
Engineer J. B. Reed is laying off
duty for several days.
T. B. Bowan, of the Rio Grande di
vision, has been transferred to Las
Vegas as road foreman of engines.
Fireman J. C. Carver is taking a
a few days' vacation from duy at the
round house.
Fireman George Swearingen, of en
gine No. 1217, who has been laying
off for several days, has reported at
the round house for duty.
Fireman B. T. Graven is laying off
for a short vacation and will take a
trip to Arkansas.
James M. Jennings and H. B. Peter
smith have been employed In the
shops at the round house. Jennings
was formerly a resident of Los An
geles and Petersmith came from Fort
Madison to Las Vegas.
A marriaJf license was issued this
morning at the court, house to Josefa
Ortiz, aged 21 years, and Juan Duran
aged 30 years. Both are residents of
San Miguel.
In the absence of Car Foreman
Lewis of the round house who has
gone to El Paso on a hunting trip, E.
McMahon has been appointed to fill
the position.
Engine No. 1203 is in the shops at
the round house for repairs and will
be ready for duty before Saturday,
November 23.
It isn't the other fellow's mistakes
that cause us the most trouble.
Above
Everything Else
a well-fed brain and nervous system are essential to success.
Brain workers especially need food in the morning that will
not overload the stomach.
Much depends on the start one gets each day, as to mental
vigor and how he may expect to accomplish the work on hand
He can't br alert and have a clear-working brain and steady
nerves on a heavy breakfast which requires a lot of vital energy
in digesting it.
Grape-Nuts
FOOD
made of whole wheat aad barley, contains in a most appetizing,
easy and quickly digestible form, the Food Elements required by
Nature in nourishing brain and nerve cells.
Theft's true nourishment in Grape-Nuts, and
"There's a Reason"
Portum Certi CompLia Btdc Ctuk, Mich.
Diamond M"
"Old Homestead"
Boss Patent"
The Leading rndm of High Patent Flour
Handled Exclusively in Las Vegas
by
Charles Ilfeld C mpany
New Mtxico's Largest Wholesalers
Everyone recognizes the Superiority of these
brandsEven our Competitors
How Do You Like Your Milk?
STERILIZING OVENS
The Ideal Sanitary Dairy
T, A. AKERS. Mgr
PHONE No, U2
1,000 FOOT SHIP
MAY DOCK IN
NEW YORK
IT WILL BE GIGANTIC, ALREADY
ORDERED BY WHITE STAR
STEAMSHIP LINE.
The 1,000 loot ship is coming!
The news, published originally on
July 24, that the White Star line had
placed an order with Harland & Wolff
of Belfast for a vessel bigger than the
Olympic and the Titanic, is now con
firmed. Marine builders and port authori
ties have said that the Atlantic liners
of the future probably would not ex
ceed one-fifth of a mile in length. But
the 1,000 foot steamship is coming,
probably three years hence, with its
acres of deckage, miles of distances,
Streets of plank walks, promenades
of waving palms, its lifts, gardens, re
ception rooms, dining saloons and
cafes, athletic fields, cricket and base
ball grounds, tennis courts and golf
courses, telegraph, offices, theaters and
grand opera, flower shops and depart
ment stores. So much of this has
been already realized that the re
mainder is easily conceivable.
Said one of the managers of the
White Star line:
"The White Star line will build a
1,000 fol ,t ship and the harbor of New
York has accommodations for it. This
does not mean, however, that better
and more extensive accommodation is
not needed. It is needed, and it is
coming, thanks to the far-sightedness
of the present port authorities and the
state of New York, which is working
hand in hand with the state of New
Jersey and the federal government
for deeper channels, larger piers and
basins and for general water front
improvement, to include the shores
of Long Island."
Bruce Ismay said last winter: "Ask
not what is a ship's draught, but what
ig the depth of your channel?"
The ship that will practically
one-fifth of a mile in length will, like
all ships preceding it, be only the
result of a growth. It is necesslity
because the public demands lerger
sleeping rooms on an ocean trip, more
comforts, more necessities, more lux
uries. That this is true is shown In
the plans of the North German Lloyd
line, immediately to he carried into ef
fect, to remove every other bulkhead
in the accommodation of the Kaiser
Wilhelm II.. and the Kronprinzessin
Cecilie, thereby doubling the size of
the sleeping cabins and decreasing the
number of first class travelers, but
not as a consequence the profits.
With the 1,000 footer the beam,
carefully observing the proportions,
will be between 111 and 112 feet. The
displacement will be 70,000 tons and
the gross tonnage more than 50,000
tons. The levels will be a dozen or
thirteen, with the, topside or cricket
field more than 75 feet above the
water line.
The passenger accommodation will
be increased from 750 to 800 in the
first class to 1,000 or more, and the
total from more than 3,000 to more
than 4,000.
The Gigantic, of course, will not be
a. greyhound, but, like her sisters, a
seven-day hotel, with both reciprocat
ing and turbine engines. Her cost
will be between $9,000,000 and ?10,
000,000. The Gigantic will be an improve
ment upon the Olympic. It is denied
that the Olympic has had radical al
terations made while she has been
at Belfast repairing the hole In her
side made by the Hawke. The ven
tilation system did not work properly
on her first trip west, but It was work
ing on her first trip east. Passengers
said there was plenty of fresh air
pumped into her point east, but, owing
to the excessively hot July of 1911, It'
was hot air.
While the cottage and painted glass
windows of the dining room, the effect
of which is golden sunlight, are gen
erally kept closed to look pretty, the
real ventilating, it is said, is accom
plished through patent ventilators
above the windows.
The Gigantic will have a cricket
field, golf links, reception and ball
room outside the main dining room,
which will be more than forty feet
above her red paint; restaurants and
veranda cafes, which may be located
forward instead of aft, tennis court,
plunge, all kinds of baths, Erymnasiuin
and shops, and the most splendid dec
orations, which will be so arranged
as to heighten the effect of decks
already high between joints.
The largest steamer yet laid down
is Aquitanla of the Cunard line, now
building on the Clyde, whose sectional
plates are measured for a total of
more than 900 feet. After the Cunard
lengthened out the keel and decided
to put in more plates, the Hamburg
American line stretched the plans of
the Invperator and put In enough ad
ditional plates to make her ten feet
langer than Acqultania. The Impera
tor is now in course of construction at
Stettin. New York World.
A REAL DRESSERlffTOP
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AT SCHAEFER'S DRUG STORE
AND GET A BOX OF
NEVIN'S PURITY CANDY
Commencing Wednesday, November
15th, we are going to put on sale
every dresser and chffonier in thin
big store at Strictly Wholesale Price,
for Spot Cach Only. V " " f V
$7.90 for solid Oak $10 dresser.
$8.75 for solid Oak $11 dresser.
$10.65 for a solid Oak $15 dresser.
$14.85 for a solid Oak $19.50 dresser.
And so on right through the line of
dressers and chiffoniers
T5he Rosenthal
0 isite Y. M. C. A.
If we Say It's So, It's So.
Charles Hendy, Jr., Denver repre
sentative of the Ford Motor Car com
pany, arrived in Las Vegas last night
and left this afternoon for El Paso on
a business trip.
SpecialSale
Before purchasing else
where, call and get
prices on Ladies',
Misses' and Children's
Coats, Suits and Dresses
ALSO
Blankets, Comforts,
Table Linen, Under
wear, Gingham, Percale
In fact everything in
dry goods, shoes and
clothing at the New
Store of
v .
Hoffman &
Graubarth
Phone Main 104
CHAMPLEVE ENAMEL
BROOCHES AND BELT PINS
VERY ARTISTIC
at
ROBERT J. TAUPERT
JEWELER OPTICIAN
Try an Ad. in The Optic's
"Want Columns"
CHAS, LEWIS
TAILOR FOR MEN
Everything Made at Home. Stylish and Up-to-date
Bring in Your Cleaning and Pressing
603 LINCOLN WILL DOLL BUILDING
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at
least one dreaded disease that scl
ence has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing
lis work. The proprietors have so
much faith In its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To
ledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Want fll
fiabit
o
Some habits one should want to break and
all bad habits are bad to keep.
The Want Ad. Habit is the best all round
good habit anyone can have.
Anyone who will read each day The Optic
Want Ad. page with a purpose to select the
best opportunity that he may find and then
follows up the "lead," will surely get quick
success.
The Want Ad. Habit is the one habit that
will help people to get what they want when
they want it.
Telephone your Want Ads. to The Optic.
Pbone lain 2
EVERYBODY READS THE LAS VEGAS OPTIC
Capital Paid in
$100,000.00
u rnvNINQHAM. President
PRANK SPRINGER, Vice President
Surplus
$50,000.00
H OS KINS. Cashier
LAS VEDGAS
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
A SMALL BEGINNING
is eagerly watched by the whole family because
everybody knows that from small beginnings
great achievements have arisen.
START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
and you will be agreeably surprised at the pro
gress you made toward the big figures. With a
bank book in one hand you can grasp an op
tunity with the other,
LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK

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