El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 28, 1913 Page: 4 of 35
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Sunday. December 2fl. 1913.
EL PASO MORNTNG TIMES.
Sculpture Nearing Completion at Panama-Pacific Inter-
national Exposition San Francisco 1915.
Are in Store for Those
Who Use Their Fore-
sight and Buy Lots at
Coprrlr'iL 1913. by the i'ansrna-Paclflc International Exposition Co. rhoto by W. W. Bwadley atnrr photographer.
Hi fin uri-M ix-r.ir.- the eeulptural wartbouaei at the fanama-Pacific Exposition to Han PYsnclsco: The flrat
tw at the left are figures of a Tlbetitn Uma and an Arab Sheik which will be In the group "Nations
of the Kant." over thf Arth of the Rising Hun In the Court of (tie Sun and Stara; naxt la "Sunshine" a flg-
Ure thai a III be. plaoag- In the f'ourt of tba Kour Seasons; then come the lata of the bis elephant that will
be in the SSntar "f'Hie group "Nations of thp Kast;" nrnt la "Rain" a companion piece to "Sunshine'" for the Court
ef the Four Seasons. The various figures shown were designed by A Stirling Calder Frederick U. K. Roth ana
Kf.o iii . .I..J-
WILL ADMIT WOMEN
feaater Mnrttra Takes t it
laalBSI f-'alr Mrs mm Jealous
n iiKNitv woon.
Itonir. Dec. :'T Because the mem-
bers of lh( Dai In Italy RM iianklv
fearful r.t pitting their anility iiKalnst
tin ability of women itio latter win
have littl. . If any cha t wrest
frnm tim new parltamaal the. rujfbt to
nsftlaa The atofsss vl the mumm
a 1 1 or it y s. In tba pait trrk received a
serious setback w in-li Is nil Iho mote
aKKiHvallna because II was not bused
on anv lull Inala objection inhci enl In
I II'IHKI Ives.
tant moat stu n
that that' only
..I y Im
that "woman would he
and would nllruiit to.
of proeedur '
The nan whn ha Just taken up tin-
cudgel aKnlnst tha would-be women
practitioners la Htnalltr Mortars As
head of the Judicial profession In Italy
at wall as lliu Judicial committee In
the sn.it. tils attitude makes It rer-
tsln tlist even If the women -.uiceeded
In wringing the much desired consenl
from the i hainhei of deputies It would
ri . i Ive the veto of the senate
Opposes lltiara l.fr.
At the recent opening Of UM Italian
Judicial y-sr Henatoi Mm tura was se-
lected to inak. iii inaaJ M4aaai nc
fore the assembled Judges and attor-
neys of all Ilsl) Ha was sup's Mat to
make a review of the cut n ut Juillclsl
situation in Italy and point OUl thu
more pressing and urgent needs. In
reality his address dealt wholly with
the suggestion that the most urgent
Lung Trouble Yielded
To This Medicine
If sou sre siiffcilnil ellh I. "US Trouble
or If rou kiui of some unfortunate I" ''
eon so nrril. u d would you WW I"
trouble "f fully linestlgatli.g IBedlclae
ablcb ba bronabl snsttl eeatplsta re-
ivry In ii number of very serious esses?
To aVksaaa'a Alterative a remedy for
Tbrosi ml l.uus Troubles. I. a- been giieu
the fullest . ttilit -f restoring besltb lu u
large tiuiul f nines Hiiol i Ids .
U3I Oirsr.l Ave . l'lilis . I'm
"fjMllrllleli III the Winter of IISV'I I
hsd sn ntia.l of ilrlppc. followed I')
i'neuaioniu. mid Isler u buns' Trouble.
In the winter of use) I bad lb night
sweats frtrr suit rslsad quantities of
aaful looking sniff in.. I later I hud many
heniorruaxe . si on" lime three In lb res
successive days Milk and eggs .mu-
se dlstasieful I could keep nothing tfowu
Three pbyslcUio. i rented nie I wss or-
dered lo the no in. i iiiis hut rthl nut g"
KckiDsu's Allersllve ens recommend. . I L
a frhod Ah. i inking s suiull iusnlli
1 bad tbr flrai uutel night's sleep for
weeks. My Improvement ess uisikcd froui
the first I gased strength mid weight
and apisHitc 1 never had sn -1 I. et Io n. o i
rasa's and lay cough ursiitiHllr lessenc-d
UliUi entirely gone. I siu perfectly veil "
lAlYldsrln ANSII I I. IIHVN
iAbave slibrevlslAHl . niori requeat ).
Kckoisn's Alicrstlve bus -n ion hv
msay years test to he Bust efficacious
fur aeere 1'broai sad l.uag vrr n t.
Broneklils Itronrlilal Astkuia. Mtuhburi
folds sud In upbuilding ibe system foil
tains no narcotics iiolsons ui bsldl-furm-log
drugs Hold by leadiug druggists
Write Ibe Kikuiau laiboralury. I'iilUdel
phis Ps . for booklet tailing of recoverli-a
gild sddltlonal evldeiii r Kelly aV rollsrd.
Ktioblaii. il I'rug Co. I'euple's Drug "lore
need of the I u u 1 and Judicial profoa-
slon In Itsly Ig to keep women nttor-
nt a from bkVlni the right 'o practice.
Although BatiatOt Morfara treated
th subject mllli the usual lightness
with which all Italian men persist In
iiaiudlitK the ratttiBlafl movement in
linl. and wlil.li Is incldcnlully the
matiner which tiles the Italian women.
Iila ml.! i cio was nevertheless consid-
ered the deathblow for the time bring
at lessl. of the movement
i.-i year ttlgiioilna laihrlola a pru-
fesaor of law at the university of
Come carried a lest cane all through
nil of the Italian courts as to the rluht
of women attornea to prnetlco. Tha
rinal court of appcul. however decided
Hun she can not appear before tho
nil a In as an attorney. The legal
stains of womsn lu Italy Is such tha
court decided. Ihsl she can not appear
i n fore the r(btinaJg as an attorney. It
WBa the chancing of this legal nlattis
Hint the women attorneys hoped to
meet from parliament hi the preaent
session' and It was against this that
Mann or Mortnrn directed Ins Inaugural
llanaer to Society.
The qaaatlon' na aald "Is not one
of IneapnoRy but of Inopportunlty I
am oonsinoed thai it will be the high-
est duly Of patitu'iicnt not to grant
iliis CoaoaaslOn If fpl no other reason
thiin to not llirreuae the danger to
toelaty nl large which nlreudy exists
from the Isuic ntahle plethora of male
"Personally I believe that both the
ludtolal and polittoaj ttatua of women
should Kradualli ba placed on ih
HIM baall as man. I also believe
howavar thai tha laaal important atap
In thll direction not only In tho In-
terest of Hie tuition hut in the Interest
of the women themselves. H tiiat of
u'lmlttlnK the latter to practice.
-tr s ti Is usually conceded a car.
lain chivalry at all times due to
WOman It seems to mo thul In tho
Btiaaant care it unuld lie KQirthlU hut
chivalrous to throw open to (hit wom-
en the doors of u profession In which
uol uuly the best but thf medium and
even the most uiodnsl poets are nil
taken while lo hlnd tins tl are is a
a hole amtl of iinoi oplfil attorneys
working with Unit arms slioutlng
with their vol.es aud using even less
1 on. until.- means to win standing room
In the profession."
numln r of merchants made up the re-
mulmler of I he membership.
PraparatJona afa pfonounooal ooth-
plata tonight for the funeruln which
lb. YViMtorii b'ederatlon of Mlncrn Is
to condui t over some seventy of the
victim! Of the panic of hint Wednes-
The tank of- digging the numerous
firnveH was accomplished by u 'hun-
dred strikers and the federation's re-
lief committee finished Its canvass of
the stricken homes.
n y. Dee. t
Phone 1001 For
Cut Kate Hardware
Paint and Glass.
M teach Kl Paaao M.
SHI Hil l' Hi t. Is IVyliHY.
MnUc-iip of tiriinil tan funerals All
Hv Ihr Aunt Wtnl Vtf
I'alunici Mich Iec 27.- -The dc-
poriation of Charles n Hoyar presi-
dent of the Western I Yileralton of
Miio-rn. and loadlai tha ooppar ntavaiw'
strike who w.ia cscoiti-d fiom llon-
. ... k luat night after being shot and
clubbed wi'l he Invcsllguied by the
sp. I ii Kl.ilnl nil Whap it tcsllllies Us
sessions next Tuesday
hhcrlff ('ruse today hcgaii an In-
quiry Into the fuels of Mow i s ilcpart-
urc in lespoiise lo lull grume fiom
Oovamoi l erils and Ocorgc Mcollh
the special pniseciitor im charge tif the
Warrants were served tonight mi Hie
business manager and a doi.n or
more employes of a Hociallsl newspa-
per in Hancock the charge being
"con.--pir.icv to publish mliwluleineiits
calculated to incite lint Tin cum-
plaints were made l Kheliff t'lusr.
and weie a aotjaaj lo an extra ptih-
llahed yeslt rday in which harges were
mad against some depot v sheriffs and
others win- tried lo assist victims of
the t'hrislmus Km- disaster.
The article according to trunsla-
tore. incused Hie rescuers of slugging
mothers and fathers who tried to
reach the hull where Hon children
were desd or in peril
I'elMiiuiel til Hi. Jui).
Intimations from union so ureas ihit
thu grand jury was "hand-picked" and
"packed" against their cause wn div-
ided In official circles A survey of
the p rsoiin. I of the body showed A
K Heldkamp braarer as foreman
and iitoige Williams a railroad otp-
cial. aa wark Among the elfbtaan
oi lot iiienihers of the uf l Kdur
I n chKjltcur for James MiuNsuaTh-
Inn. vice president and gem rail taau-
ug.t ot ti. raiumat .v lila Mifaing
enmpany The superlnieiidenta; of
alamjy nulls a bs mcchuUlca upd a
Maetsanahtoa Not at llaoeoek.
Iid ihn AseMated I'mt
f'alumet pec. IT Hear? Brett at
whose home James Mai-Naughlon and
Ills wife spent Ifrlday night said to-
night: "Mr. MacNaughton uccom-
liunled by his wife called at our home
shortly after s o'clock Friday night
and remained all evening. Auout 10
o'clock Mr. MacMaughton wont across
the atreet lo the Mlncowauhlk Blub
nnd returned tn my home at 11 o'clock.
1 know that Mr. MacNaughton was not
In Hancock at uny time. Friday eve-
MOYKn t.OWO Tt) CAM M1.T.
sa. lie Thinks That I ml hi Wu llreil
B I tilted I 'reus
t'hlcngu Dec. 27. "I am going
back to Calumet in a few- dgyi if I am
a l ie.'' said Chariot II Moyer In St.
Luke's hospllnl. "1 Intend to muke
apeeches all through the r-npper coun-
try. This cowardly attack will cer-
tainly create nonunion! In favor of
the minors. bu1 we'll win bOfUMPg our
ciiiiao la Just."
Inscribing his alleged experience
"They lu-gnn kicking nnd healing
me uh aoon us I hoy entered the room.
Then some one evidently pounded mo
on the side of the 'ncad with a gun
Tha K'tn must have exploded und sent
a bUHOt down my back. 1 would hate
to hellevo uny one desired lo kill mo."
i vioNs join THEIR FORCES
Attewpl to iiii'.e OorenuMMM in veil -
gnlloii Wilson litis Acted
fill Hi .laaucbtlril firm
Denver Colo . Deo- -'7 AotaoptfiaU)
to a -et -n i t made tonight hy
fharles 1C. Malmiiey. vice president of
the Western Federation of Mirers
Hint Ihe organization and Ibe I'nlted
Mine Workers of America Inn e rie-
teriiilncd to Join forces tn an endeavor
t secure congressional Investigation
of the OOP par miners' strike In Michi-
gan and the coal miners' strike In
Colorado tt was said thai the treat-
ment accorded PreetdeOt Moyer of
the Federation wus the Influence
which Impelled ihe combination of the
Mahoney tuiiight received a mea-
sage from Secretary of Labor wiismi
saying that a federal rrpreseni.itii e
had loft Waahingtiin for Calumet to
report his findings concerning Ihe
stiiko situation to the government.
I 1 Mill II IN I III ill i'l AH-llN
Noriliu intern ( uiiipleted That fur
Three Traltin At rive.
The Mexico Nurth-Weetern railroad
bus been repaired from Juarea us far
south as Pearson Chih and yesterdujr
three iralnloads uf lumber to be used
In the operation of the Kl Paso Milling
company plant in Una city were
brought lo Juarea The trains were
he first to run over the Juarei divi-
sion of the railroad in several months.
The lumber trains were loaded
months ago nt I'e.irson and aa suon aa
the line was reopened they were haul-
ed to the border.
The Modern company l td la plan-
ning to transport 1 (000.000 feet uf
lumber from Pearson and Madera to
the Kl Paao plant Paaaenger stivice
ill be resumed over the line in i
Mrs. Young llavk at lick
hi s l ..... mo i rirsj
Chicago lie. 17. Mrs Klla Klagg
Young re -elected superintendent of
schools took her old desk today after
a I wo waeks absence during which
Mayor Harrison dropped from the
school board four members who had
opposed her. und she had hern M
placed as the result uf popular da-
niund John l Hhoup. elected to re-
place Mra. Young tuok his former
room as first assistant supi-i intendeul
First Prices in the Coming Fine Residence Section of
El Paso the Most Beautiful and Finest Improved Ad-
dition Ever Laid Out in Any City in the Southwest; a
District of Ten Thousand Dollar Residences
THE PLACE OF BEAUTIFUL HOMES
A Big Surprise
it in atore for the man who has
not yet aeen and investigated
Manhattan Heights. Twenty-
one fine homes are now build-
ing. The new Manhattan
Heights car line is completed.
Two more $10000 residences
planned. Ita splendid sur-
roundings and fine improve-
ments will amaze you. Phone
today for an engagement.
i2ooo RBHDBBfOB OF F. N.
HAMi IN MANHATTAN HEIGHTS.
It is better to buy in an im-
proved addition than to be
among those who "wish they
had." Among the advantages
of Manhattan Heights are as-
phalt .paved streets city water
gas and sewerage phones elec-
tric lights shade trees ter-
raced lots I 4-foot parking 20-
foot alleys 70-foot streets
building restrictions high ele-
vation and superb view.
Tnil (ifllllfl CyV "T time to get in is before it happens; after it happens anybody van do
an and than ' firm lata." ?!
Here iS VO here ie tD annattan )iht8 and make the big money is now
-23 z while the fine homes are building while over a quarter of a million dollars is
rou come in
being spent on permanent improvements and while development is in the
early stages. These things will make big increases in values and "after it happens it is too late."
Manhattan Heights Is Close In
Begins opposite Rosewood and Rio Grande streets and
extends north and east. It is all inside the city limits. You
can go home to lunch if you live in Manhattan Heights.
To see this addition phone 4226 and salesman will call
with auto to take you over the grounds and explain prices
terms restrictions etc. Don't put off. Don't delay.
Choice sites going fast.
Study the City Nap
and you will see that this is the last close-in addition that
can be opened in El Paso as no other ground remains
except much farther out. Manhattan Heights is right in
the heart of the city and with three lines of street car
service. No shacks no undesirables no mud no smoke
do dust. Artistic modern high class. Grounds laid out
by a landscape artist at great expense.
I Advise the public and my
friends to buy El Paso real
estate no matter in what sec-
tion of the city their choice lies.
There is no better investment
in the Southwest C. H.
The Improvements alone are worth the price of each lot
C. H. Leavell
lOltl WOIUII IN PlUaV
iiin it t. ui.m:hvk in-
Will 8E HEARO T HOUSTON
i Mil. in I- Isurpriard l Sal Applications
lay Muck 1 1 "in in. n illusi-
on .Mm ii allablr.
fly fa tM0$ttj I'n
Washington LVo. J7 Th federal
rraerva hank orunlcutlon committee
tonltfht supplemented Its plan for lo-
cating federal reserve cltlea with an
unofficial unuminrrment pointing the
way for all cltlea to preawnt their
. lulms for lianks. Uefore the com-
mittee consisting of . . i. iji of tha
Treasury McAdoo and Hecrrlary of
Agriculture tiouston. stsrts upon Ita
tour of Ihe country ! will advise
cltsring houac aasociailons and boaras
of trades of ultlaa that are In Ihe field
for s r-s-r Lank wlu-n Ihey can be
only fourtaen runs in addition to
Waahlngtoii will be visited but It waa
the undemanding tonight that any
city and un community can be hcurd
at ome point ou the trip around the
country which haa bassu tuapped out
Port Worth. Texsa which Is In the
field will bu allowed to argue In
It was said that neither cabi-
net officer on the organisation com-
mittee had determined on the num-
ber of reserve districts and cities. The
trip to be taken Is almost as much
for this purpose aa for uctually locui-
Ing the cities and defining the dla-
trlcts. Informal applications from bsnks
continued to reach the treasury todaj
but officials were surprised when they
received telegrams from several Indi-
viduals who wished to subscribe fur
stock In raaerve banks. The luw pro-
vides that Individuals may subscribe
but If Ihe banks continue to com. n.
there will ba little stock left wheu
their time limit expires.
tending the Kl Taso School for Girls
is spending the holidays with her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Wood In Cloud-
Miss Muildox. one of the tea' hers lu
the n 1'aso ehaal for Olrls Is spend-
ing the holidays in t'loudrroft.
Phone 1001 For
i in.- i
I I III 1)1 HOKT N. M.
Bit Timu scisl I'errrsaea.b s(
Cloudrroft M A party at young
folks enjoyed a dinner party at the
home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Klsite
Wsdnesdsy evening Those attending
ware Miss Klorence Abel. Kdgar Wil-
liamson James II Turk iester ti-
mers and Mr Vaahoy.
Mr. glade gave some of his t'loud-
erofl 1 1 lends a stag dinner Thursday I
evsnlng Those attending were H M .
Denoey. Jaraea B York. J. 1. Bailey
and nM B Williams.
Mr. Vanhoy of Artasla. N" M . it the
guest of Bdgar Williamson during the
Miss Florence Abel who Is attend-
ins a hool at Alainogordu Is tailing
1. i parents. Mr and Mrs W ! Aba I
during tha holidays
Mlaa Maa Wood who haa been at- J
Hotel Paso Del Norte
Make your reservations for tables fc
New Year's Eve
Special Entertainment and M
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