El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 7, 1914 Page: 3 of 12
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Wednesday. January 7. 1914.
EL PASO MORNING TIMES.
To the People
We wish to state that during th year 1913 that
there waa more Chase fit Sanborn' Famous Coffee and
Teaa sold and used in El Paso than in any previous
year. The reason was and is that Chase fit Sanborn
the World's Largest and Best Coffee and Tea House
electa and buys the Finest Coffee that the World's
Famous Coffee Plantations produce and also the
Finest Tea that is grown in the Famous Tea Gardens
of the World. We thank the People of the Southwest
for this wonderful growth in our Coffee and Tea Busi-
ness and feel sure that every customer of the Chase Ac
Sanborn line feels satisfied that they found the best
and will never be contented with any other brand.
We realize that we cannot directly supply every
family in El Paso with Chase Ac Sanborn's Coffees and
Teas but we can indirectly do so that is through the
Grocery Merchants of El Paso.
We wish to directly or indirectly supply every family
in the Southwest with Chase Ac Sanborn's Coffees and
Teas those families who do not buy their Groceries
from us we desire to supply through your regular Grocer.
WE WISH TO STATE
That we have made arrangements whereby we can sup-
ply every Grocer in El Paso with the Famous Chase Ac
Sanborn's Coffees and Teas at the same or less price
than they are paying for the Coffees thar they are now
selling and they can sell you the Famous Chase Ac
Sanborn's Coffees and Teas for the same price that
they have been charging you for the inferior brands
and they will make just as much profit so you see that
you can get Chase Ac Sanborn's Coffees and Teas for
the same price that you have been paying for inferior
grades. It matters not what Coffee and Tea you have
been using and how well you may like them you will
certainly find Chase Ac Sanborn's better. Our "Seal
Brand" Coffee is Private Plantation Growth Blended
with Genuine Pure Arabian Mocha.
Please insist ' upon your Grocer sending you Chase Ac
Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. We will see that he makes
as much profit on them as he would on other brands.
If your Grocer refuses to get Chase Ac Sanborn's Coffees
and Teas for you. Telephone 3532 and we will see that
you are supplied.
Chase Ac Sanborn's Coffees sell for 30c 33 I -3c
35c 40c and 45c per lb. Chase At Sanborn's Teas.
50c 75c and 85c lb. We can ship out-of-town orders
by Parcel Post.
Yours very truly
Jackson-Standard Grocery Co.
Phone 3532. 208-210-212 Mflb Street
P. S. El Paso Merchants phone us and we will
send our Coffee Salesman to see you at . once. Chase
Ac Sanborn Coffee is now sold by the Lion Grocery Co.
and the Valley Grocery Co. We will advertise the
names of other Merchants as fast as they put in the line.
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Lowest Velocity Last -4
Highest l.aat Sluteof sat Hours
8 p. in Today. Xlgbt. Weather. Direction. Hour. Inches.
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41 II H Clear NW 4 .00
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34 dS 30 Clear HW 4 .00
fat 30 48 Clear St: 1 .00
:al 48 22 Clear N 4 .00
48 32 H Kaln N 0 1.00
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Hand Made Suits and Overcoats at the following prices:
$40.00 now $30.00
$35.00 now 26.00
$30.00 now 22.50
$28.50 now 21.00
$27.50 now 20.00
$25.00 now 18.75
$22.50 now 16.75
$20.00 now 15.00
$18.00 now 13.50
ARE ACTED UPON
jotvr MKEnivo or national
nMIS8ll M. I It Ml ItM I t
A HTOHsfY ONK.
Srrenteen IteaaeaSja hy Dsvlrt Fnltr
Draw Mrma Djspowllion lYom Mac
natew and Offlclala; Several Granted
Hy thr Aa4sSM ay
Cincinnati O. Jan. 6. With the
ex rr.pt Ion of possibly two minor ron-
aklrratlona the eoranstUrr of thr
Baaehall flayer' Fraternltf which
presented tta demands to thr national
rommMnn. ami a committor from
the National AaaorHatton of Bast-hall
cinha won every one of Its wvmiren
Cincinnati O. Jan. S. If all or any
of the requests of the player' fra-
ternity for a revision of the rules of
organised baseball Is to be (ranted by
the National Baseball commission or
the committee from the minors' league
it will be a hard struggle. This devel-
oped early at the Joint meeting of the
three bodies here today when the com
mittee from the fraternity wss heard.
The committee Is headed by David
Fultg president of the fraternity.
It was decided to take up the re-
quests one by one.
The first request was:
"Wh?n a player receives ten days'
notice of unconditional release he
shall be free to sign with any team
immediately the contract to run from
the expiration of the ten day period."
After three-quartera of an hour dla-
ussion it was laid aside to be taken
The second request taken up read:
"National association players shnU
receive ten days' notice before they
can be released unconditionally. "Mike
Sexton arcued this rule for the com-
mittee from the Minor leagues. He
id this concession might be made by
class AA and class A leagues but that
below that standing It was Impossi-
ble. After debate the question was
passed over for further cnnsldcrati
Request No 3 which reads "When
player Is transferred he shall be
transferred subject to all the terms of
contract brought forth more op
position from the commission. By
consent this was passed over for fur
ther deliberations after heated argu
ment. - --
Request number four was the first
one that really met with no opposition.
When a player is transferred he
shall be furnished with a writing
which shall be binding on all the
parties concerned showing what
teams have a claim to him and what
I hat otulro la "
Request No. 5 brought up another
squabble. It reads:
"When a player receives Ills uncon.
ditional release or when waivers are
asked on him. he shall be notified In
writing to that effect" The commis
sion seriously objected to the part
concerning waivers. Chairman Herr
mann explained that the secret usklng
of waivers did not Injure the ball play
ers while Fultx could not understand
why any secrecy In the matter was
necessary. This request was Ilneny
Request six read:
"At the time contracts arc sent out
every player ahull receive a copy to
be kept by him for his own use." This
was agreed to without discussion.
Request seven "All written agree-
ments whether embodied In formal
contract or not shall be binding on
both the club and the player." After
discussion the rule was agreed to.
Request eight "Every team shall
furnish each player with two complete
uniforms exclusive of shoes." This
was also agreed to.
Request nine Providing that
"every team shall pay the actual trav-
eling expenses of Its players from their
homes to the training camps or so
much thereof as does not exceed the
expense from the league city la the
training camp." waa agreed to.
Request ten providing that "if a
regular contract is not tendered u
iirohatlonury player before the expira
tion of the flrty-flve day probationary
nerlod he shall lie a free ugent ' waa
aa-reed to. us was request ele
which waa "If a player has been In
major leaguea for any portion of the
playing season for ten different yeurs
and if at any time after the beginning
of the tenth year no team In such
leagues desires his services he shall
receive his conditional relouse sub
Ject however to reservation by the
eluh which slams him."
Reoueal twelve also was passed. It
"If a player has been In the major
leaguea or the class AA leagues for
any portion of the playing season of
twelve different years and if at any
time after the beginning of the
twelfth year no team In such leagues
desires his- services he snail reccivi
hlH unconditional release subject how
ever to reservation by the club which
Ueuuest thirteen provides:
"When a team asks for waivers on
a player It shall not be permitted to
withdraw reouebts. anu was msu
it... ii... i fourteen uas "When
r.laver l fined or suspended he shall
hav riven notice In writing stating the
amount of the fine or duration of the
auspenslon and the reason tnereior
Thia was nareed to.
Request fifteen .was "WO piayer
shall be discriminated against or his
position In organised baseball in any
av affected because of his .'inner
lion with the fraternity." This was
aa-reed to. as was number sixteen
the effect "that every pars snail m
enulnoed with a blank wall paltiled
dark green placed back of center
Heoueal number seventeen concerns
ha betterment of the players Insofar
as maintaining them in the highest
ooaaible classification. The commis
sion fully agreed with thentfiat of
the request but At w as aeciaeu mat u
would not work out as framed. It Is
possible that a new request which mill
embody tne same principle win o
a area J to.
Following the Introduction of tha
different requesU. Governor Tener
president of tha National league mad
a short add teas after which I he open
meeting waa declared adjourned. The
national commission the commute
from the minor leagues and the
n. utee from the fraternity then weat
into executive session
WOMAN IS NOW
ABLE TO DO HER
A Letter Which Proves the
Merits of the Treatment
Given by Dr. O. A.
Chronic Disease Must Sub
mit to Skill and Science.
The case of the lady who writes the
letter below was one of much Buffer
ing. Bhe could scarcely keen the
necessary medicine In her stomach:
she had no strength: was very poor
In flesh and had given up hopes of
rrgatning her health. It was only a
snort time agn that she began
treatment but the trentmrnt took hold
and brought her back to health and
strength which she ao much needed
and put flesh on her body.
"Harlan May 22.
Dear Doctor: The medicine came
all light. I am still getting better.
One month ago I weighed 124 pounda;
now I weigh 129 pounds; am gaining
In strength and flesh. I have alek
stomach at times: I think something
I eat does nut agree with me. My
medicine will last until Wednesday.
and I am getting along all right. I
did a big washing this week: it is
something I have not done for three
or four yeara. 1 cannot thank you
enough for what you have done for
me. Mrs. H. A. Waters."
If you find that y.iur health Is fall
ing and that you are losing In flesh
and strength do not healtate: go and
see the master specialist at once.
Or. O. A. Young is one of the old-
est chronic disease specialists In the
state; his modern equipped offices
are the finest In the state and are
located over the I'nlon Clothing Store
corner Oregon and San Antonio
stroets. El Paso Tex. and his exam-
ination and consultation are free to
KMBEZZL.KMKNT 18 CHARGKI).
A. B. Candy Acnisetl After Kttsnson
Film Books Are Audited.
A complaint charging A. B. Cundy
manager of the 1 Paao office of tha
W. H. Swanson Film anil Supply com-
pany with embezzlement was filed In
the county court yesterday. H. T. No-
lan general manager of the company
with Denver headquarters made the
complaint following an audit of the
books and accounts of Cundy. The
local office of the company is in the
little Caples building San Antonio
street and Mesa avenue.
FOR AUTO EXHIBIT
TWKtiVK MORJC nKAriHsU) AND
M.I ATS l .IT sni I rXH SHOW
TO BK I.IVKN BY THE TIMES.
MANY FEATURES PUNNED
Expert "Tango" Tram Is Engaged for
Special Prrfnrmsnoos fftm tar
and Anrtwsorlrs Ordered.
You are requested to meet at ball
today ut 2 p. m. to attend funeral of
Bov. E." U Nichols.
T. D. I-OVELADY. C. C.
C. C. KIEFER Clerk.
( Advertisement. )
iiappeile Signs ( outran
Mg thr j ..... .of. .1 Press
Chicago Jan. Thr signature ol
I-.ii Chap pel's to a While Sox con-
tract was received today.
Need glasses? Ass flagail. Ut Mesa
w i m in wii.i is i 1 1 i 1 1
Relatives Clilof BenefkiarlcH In Papers
Put on Record.
The will of Mrs. Paallpe Wesehe
v.as filed jfor pmbatr in 0e county
court yesterday. She was the wife of
a late American vice-consul In Juarcn.
A. P. Coles was appointed executor In
The sum of 12000 Is left to Helen
and KaUtcrlne lxw of Mt. Vernon
New .rU. grand nieces of deceased;
paintings and 1300 to Kev. Father Hoy
the Catholic .inirch; If.00 to the
Masonic Lodge: t200 to the Salvation
Army; a violin engravings paintings
arid statuary to Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Coles: a ring and' bracelet to Mrs.
Thomas Edwards; several pices Of
furniture to Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Blake; paintings clock and tableware
Mrs. Wesley A ( ami run; book case
okr marble top table and pictures
Mrs. Charles W. Fassett au.l a.
tcal.ii and chain a pin and guitur to
Miss Dixie Fassett.
Anything belonging (.. Ihe estate af
ter these be'iuests have been made Is
be given to the orphan Home at
Ouk Cliff. Dallas.
Increased interest In the Mnrnlng Tinea
second annual aiitomnblle show was
shown yesterday when twelve more ageata
and dealers signed up fer fln.tr spare In
the show rooms in the Noske bnlldlna.
Severs! dealers hsre asked thin two or
three-spares he reserved for them. Inas-
much as they are going to aiake preten
O. B. Baurn agent for Ihe rhslmers
said last night that he had wired his fac-
tory for several new models so that his
exhibit In the show would ln smong the
most elshorsle. Although Mr. Itsum has
several ears and models In atoek be said
he wanted to make the tiislmera booths
complete In every detail. Not only will
be show the esrs but he will hare n
display a romplete line of accessories and
parts for the popular Chalmers..
Something that will not only be if
terest to auto dralera and autolsts but
to husiiiess men and merchants slike will
he unn. ..in I within I lie next few ditys.
The Times has something In store for lil
Pasoaus but until srrmiKemrais sre rom-
pteted for this feature of the great I how
offlrlal announcement of It will not
Iteroralors at Work.
Ton decorators were sktpmyed y.-Mri
y by the mnnageinent of the Times ami
la corps of esperts will begin work the
hitter psrt of the week cm crl Ins
I. . urea floors Into a hower of palms.
flowers and other pretly thlnits.
Among the many entertainment festi
of the show will he an exhibition of ilis
"tango danced by an expert "tnugo
team." The Times has gone to grest ei-
pense In getting this feature hat it rSSl-
that people want amusement as well
the chance of seeing the many de
signs In automobile. Many here remem
ber the success of the Times stil.. mobile
how last winter anil are looking forward
o this one with even more Interest.
Many (ara to Be Shown
all. there hove been nearly twenty
local auto dralera who bare signified
lelr Inteutlou of showing tbelV respoc-
ve cars as well as two nrceaeory stores
hleb villi shovv everything from a annrk
plug up to Ihe car itself. While a few
lealers nud agents In the city have uot
sfkss tor exhibition space they have
Id they are going to he there with large
snd pretentious showings.
Koi only Inis Mr. Ilaum sent for addl-
II. mnl models so his exhibit will bs one
of beauty. I.ut other dealers nee rusli-
ilij! order to the factories so they too
can best demonstrate the output of their
concerns. C P. Henry agent for the
I'sdillti.- oar. hss wired for two models
one of which will be s limousine one
..f the pretile! csra turned out In Ajnor-
J3UN HON TUE WED THUR FRI 5A1
.S. A JL Eo 2i
Begins Ihursday Jan. 8
li Details In
Wednesday's Herald and Thursday's Times
if You Wish To Obtain Complete
and Permanent Results Try
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
RemedyOne Dose Will
bonds is The issue
Freeholders Who HaTe Paid Thrlr
Poll Tas Will Vote on thr (Juration
minster on six I'hargei
ri.t. us destruction of pi
tension Vancouver llai
Pr. Paget Pentist. Hot.. & linn III. Ii;
Dr. (iarrett. Stomach. Intestines later-
nal Diseases. Mt: Itnherls lluuncr Bldg.
Bull Kun Battlefield.
By the Attmciated i'mt
Washington. Jan ti. Plans f..i Ihe
government to buy the Hull Ititn bat-
tlefield and make of It a national park
are endorsed in a report by a board of
unuy officers to Secretary Qartpson.
Better care of the monuments n..u
there is recomnjended.
Join the Cactus Club.
Phone 1001 For
imnand tho defenders. The
t and all the troops in the
will tnko part.
Hell will .
Dr. Kl.iu diseases of lungs stomach
Intesllncs. Hnberta-Hiiuuer BulldlDg.
( Iuirg.il With Forgery.
Jim Ta'ndy was arrested yesterday
nn a charge of forgery the grand Jury
having returned two Indictment
against him In December.
ll the ...in
elltst bsr In town FinvftI gondv
Biz ItoJssDciatas' Press
Washington Jan. 6 The survey
ship Fugle ut GrOtiatvos FUyti was
ordered today to Port Au Prince a
sail of only a few hours to observu
the latest revolution at the request nf
the slate department. The warship
Petrel or the Nashville ma) I
dered to Haytl from DojnlqT an w.h ra
If the revolution should assume
more serious usperl.
Maatlrrfsl Mu.... I. Knd)
i .. throughout the couutl
Stoma b l.lrtr and iulestinsl .Mlmruta
and report marvrloua reaulta snd are
highly pralalng It to others. Aalonlsklag
bstuaflta suffsrsra have received even
from oi doaa sre heard ererwhare sod
iplsin Its tremen.loua sale. It rarely
rer falla and thus sffllrted with Kless-
arh. Msec and llllaal AiUmmW. law
Slgastl la the Steaaark sag la-
laetlaae DtastaaaM t alatlas SpelU I all.
.Iter i mli eo .
trr thia reme.ir I a
benaflla aloiual. miff. -ma wbo hat
li.kei. Mayr'a Wenderful Sleinarb SB-
ra hats received It In moat cases a
laLatlns one After rou hats tsken thia
Uoul.l M sale I. aftt
tttaw!' loruld Use
hould by all means
as. initiate un
to p. imp pure rei
tha body gltlug
to fiber and ma
tc the ays lea
completion sad a
the brain no away
auffsrlng and thia Is
wen oue dose (
blood to jrvery part af
Ftraineea and elrrngtb
Is. lualer sod sparkle
as and color to the
ltit autf brilliancy to
it with jour P'on and
jtiei. i with
aad booklet dea. . mint aiomacfe All-
u.cni a aeot free trr tie.. II Hajr Mr
aiiiua at i ni.
Far aale br Kelly
brag Ha. tASt.i
Pollard snd Potter
Phone 1001 For
t Ifteru I
Today Is election day throughout Bl
Paso county. The property owning
taxpayers will voto either for or
against the lssuunce of bonds for the
erection of the proposed Joint muni-
cipal building. The amount of the
bonds to be voted upon Is 160000.
The county purposes erecting a mu
nicipal building to cost approximately
1400000. To the 1260.000 to In
ralaed by the Issuance of bonds Is to
be added $40000 which already has
been set aaido by the ueunty commis
sioners' court for an addition to the
present county courthouse.
W hut PropoMul Carrlrs.
The proposal of the county also car
ries with It the leasing of one-hulf
of the new building to I... erecetnd
to the city In consideration of which
It is to receive from the city a rental
equal to the amount of the Interest
and sinking fund on the bonds Issued.
At the expiration of the bonds 40
years hence the county Is to deed to
city a one-half Interest in the
Should the bond election curry and
he proposed Joint municipal building
ie built It Is the further plun of tin.
ounty commissioners' court and the
city council to have the city dispose
of the property now used for city hall
purposes and to erect uu one-half of
the. county courthouse I. lock a Joint
auditorium and market house. As tha
county cannot legally participate in
Ihe building of this it Is proposed to
have the city purchase the half of
the block of ground from tha county
upon which to erect It the plica to
be paid to be a nominal one.
I. nil. latSMst in l.listlon.
Little or no interest has been mani-
fested In the election to l.o li.-l.l to-
day though It Is expected that the
vote will be about tha same as Is
usually cast In a boud election.
The polls will open throughout tho
county at o'clock this morning and
ili continue open until 7 o'clock this
..ft. in. .on. The usual election quiet
will probably prevail
All saloons will be closed as is cus-
tomary and provided for by UtS ele. -tlon
statutes of the state.
(ny properly-owning taxpayers ar
qualified to voto In the election today
and they must hold a poll tax receipt
Issued for last year. Pull tax receipts
being Issued fur this year don't qualify
voters In this election.
NEWS IN BRIEF
Dr then. Deatisl IkteUl Mills Bldg.
r l rVM
Athens Jan. ( Violeat earthquakes
caused great damage to property In
the provinces of Ulis und Poloponns-sua
draught at ike tieat.
far as aulotuobiie
l.alK.1 Laraaier oil IVItl.
Us l i ......... r
Vancouver. B. C Jan. . Joe Au-
gel. genersl organiser of the l'nlt4
Mine Workers of America snd well
kHown s a labor leader among Ital-
ian cual mm. -is. was placed oo trial
today la the assise court at Nw Wast'
U. S. OKF1CER NTONF.D.
Anil-Allirrl. an reeling Mnulfc-tcil In
Southern Part of City.
A derided unit-American feeling has
lien manifested .luring the last few
weeks among the Mexican i . sldrnts of
lb. southern part of the . it v" against
officers and -oldlera ..r the United
Slates. Two nights ago Mexicans went
so far us to Stone Lieutenant esiiai c
IV Hall Twentieth Infantry as he
was wiilMng down Seventh street re-
turning to the. camp.
About twonti Mexicans attacked
Lieutenant Hill. an. I or was nOi
mine. I he was loiccl l . run. I lie
blot gS pelting
Itadlum Treatment Siism-iiiI. il.
Hy le .4 leooklfed frr
Uallliiiorc Jan. li -Radium treat-
ment for cancer In thr case ol' i'oii-
gressman Hoberl W. Breniner of New-
Jersey has been suspended for a row
days according to an suaouacsmsni
today by his sister. Miss Helen H'ein-
ner. She could not give the -reason
for the removal of the radium bill
understands that there is to be no
abandonment of the treatment.
Ctlt PasjaM. Mobs SIM. Choice livery
rlgN hacks baggage gad freight t IS Baft r.
Hugguge Truck Transfer Prompt
service. Longwell s Phoas 1
Joint Manila Maiiriiters.
Hy Ihv Aaaoeiatrd I'rrtu
Manila Jan. B. Preparations are
being made for the Joint army ami
navy maneuvers n t month These
will consist of it command attack on
tho fortifications at tl Q tragi I
Manila buy which never has been
attempted. Major General Franklin
or e.ul of the city have inaile so
oral romplalnts lately of being at.
It. i ked by Mexicans as they huve re-
lumed to camp lute ut night.
SOc Business Men's Liim-lieon 50c.
SI Kegulnr Dinner SI.
Special Suiiilsli ilislirs served daily
al Hotel Miebloii t'Bfe. Music by
Itryra' Oniirstru. (Adv.)
IIAKDBV DRIVaSR IK SHOT.
Ha fa. i Oarfcajjsj Sgtn Ha Tbonajtu ian
Heiijaniin l.ucero. a local bakery
wagon drpser was ahul through the
I.I t.i i io Tuesday morning while de-
livering brand at seventh and OrssjgfM
streets. Rafaal I'nhajal against whom
a complaint charging assault with a
weapon wus filed in the court of Jus-
tice of the Peace K. II. Mcl'lintock af-
tarwgrd said he thought l.ucero was a
burglar attempting to enter the house.
red SJtasassI Aak Xegall. 230 Mesa.
Every time tlte clock ticks a New Name is added to Saaae
Brook's list ol Life Members it bains friends evervdav . andSawsa
tkttnall. Sunny Brook is a safe bane auiihiving stimulant its
exquisite flavor soft mellowness and Iji;h nun. properties have
made It tho most popular beverage every win ie N'orth South
East and Went.
Sunny Brook luhMM l he nerves rixht tin- i.iip t.lit ami the
heart likjiit. Eveiy bottle is stalccl vi ith thcCreen Government
hkamp which shows that it isfaosNiM. tirouiht. natural u auaVv. ami
V. S. Government Slundard 100 proof r in tiieitnore. when vou
. .J. a i 11 '
BBS MOIttxl Sunny Brook u ay.
buy Sunny Brook The Pure Food Whiskey vou have the
ana of tho Largsat Distillcra of Fu... Old Whiskey in the V
that it is Kiientlflcully clisli'llril ami carrtullv agril In tnT
SUNNY BROOK U now b.ail.d with our owa o.i.nil
' ' 'wuir' Omtu.t un-cuTki orrrovst law
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 7, 1914, newspaper, January 7, 1914; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth196884/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.