El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, May 8, 1916 Page: 3 of 10
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Mondar MT . 1916.
400 Lots In HIGHLAND PARK
Will positively be sold to the highest bidder whether for $1.00
or $1000 each. Sale takes place in mammoth heated and
lighted tent at corner of Erie and Cotton Streets.
Thursday Friday Saturday this week
Two Sessions Daily 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Free street
cars from corner of El Paso and San Antonio Streets at
frequent intervals beginning at 1:15 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Gerths Realty Experts
Members New Orleans Real Estate Board Cleveland Real Estate Board-
National Ass'n Real Estate Boards
301 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
eminence me at Exercise.
By Times Special Correspondence.
Hoswell It. M.. May 7. TIM comtnr week
will be a big one for the Roswell high
school senior class. This is commencement
week and there has been something planned
for each day and each night. The exercises
will end Friday night with the commence-
ment when M. L. Fox or Albuquerque
will deliver the eornmencemeau address to
the graduating class. There are fifty-three
members or the senior class this year one
or the largest which hat ever rone out or
the local high school although last year's
class had two more memsers.
The commencement restlvltles and exer-
cises started Friday when the manual train-
ing department and the domestic science
department opened in a down town business
room a display or their work made during
the year. The display Includes everything
from t library table to a boudoir cap and
there were hundreds or visitors who admir
ed the work Friday and Saturday.
"When my daughter bad whooping cough
she coughed so hard at one time that she
had hemorrhage of the lungs. I was ter
rlbly alarmed about her condition. Seeing
Chamberlain's cough Remedy to highly rc
ommended I got her a bottle and It relieve
ed the couth at once. Berore the had fin-
ished two borles or this remedy the wat
entirely well." writes Mrs. S. P. Crimes
Crooktvllle Ohio. For tale by all dealers.
By Associated Press.
Unlontown Pa. May 7. Forty thousand
miners and coke workers or. the H. C. Frlck
Coke company a subsidiary or the United
States steel corporation were notified today
or a wage Increase of 5 to to per cent op
erative May - '
Broadway 32d St. New York
125 pleasant Rooms with private bath
facing large open court
$2.60 PER DAY
1B7 excellent Rooms with private bath
(arias; street southern exposure
$3.00 PER DAY
Also Attractive Rooms from 11.10.
Xhe restaurant prices ara moat moderate.
Equally convenient for amusements
shopping or business. One Block from
Watson's Groceries Are Famous for duality
Phene5151 210-212 Texas St.
When making Ice Cream at home this Summer why not
use the finest flavors in the world?
Vanilla Pineapple StrawrhatTy
Lemon Pistachio Violet
Almond Raspberry Wintergreen
Sell for 35c per Battle Worth Mora.
COUNCIL NAY ALTER
Present One Objectionable
Motorista and May Ba
Because the present auto parting oral
nance hat been the subject or numerous
complaints. It may be abolished and another
one drafted. Mayor Tom Lea staled that
he was considering such a procedure. Until
new ordinance Is adopted the present one
has' been suspended In ce train ot Its details
so as to permit the auto owners more rree
dom relative to parking their cart when
At t mealing or the city council and auto
men the consensus or opinion appeared to
be that cars should be psrked at an angle
or is degree with the right wheel touching
the sidewalk and leaving Just enough room
fpr persons to pats between. In this man
Lner It Is believed that more cars can be
parked on the street more conveniently and
at lets disadvantage. It was decided that
all downtown streets having double car
trackage should not be used tor parking
purposes. Neither Mills street between
Stanton street and Pioneer Plata; nor
Oregon street from toe railroad tricks to
San Antonio street or the east tide or Mesa
avenue opposite San Jacinto Plata. North
El Paso street from Ban Frtnrltco street
to the railroad tracks and kantat ' ttreet
from Mills to Myrtle avenue were alto In
eluded In the prohibited district. The ret
ton ror thlt It was staled was because or
the narrowness of the streets and parking
or cart on them would reauit In lnterfer
enre with the fire department In respond
log to alarms.
. In accordance with an order ittued by
Mtyor Lea Boulevard and Montana motor
busses will stop on the east aide or the
pista st at present. I'ark cars will be al
lowed to stop on the Mills street side or
the plata but Arltona Sunset Heights.
Smaller and Kern Place cars will be re
quired to receive and discharge passengers
on the Oregon street side.
Hounded Is Sheas Uuldup.
By Associated Preii.
new York. May 7. -in front or the grand
aland on Firth avenue wbare $000 tpecta
tort were watching a demonstration of
police methods In connection with lbs an
nutl police parade a police officer who
wat playing the part or a highwayman
In a holdup scene was shot in llu bead
by a detective who apparently I bought that
lbs bold up was real.
The supposed highwayman Christopher
HelUy. after snatching a handbag from .a
police matron who wat playing the part of
hopper had been pursued by patrol -i
and police dogs and surrounded. While
the police were pretending to overpower
blm. the detective rushed In and fired at
Redly the bullet pasting through ITs
chin and neck. The detective was arrestad
and lbs wounded policeman was removed
lo s hospital.
Cesarean Seed fsr ll.iSMSS.
I Ne WTork. May 7. Seventeen more aulu
I sasklns rorur -three In sIL agalnal lbs das-
! ard steams alp line were filed In Uw federal
court loaav o y reíante 01 peí sons iw
tenso as use Lutiianis uisaswr
The total damages asked In the
j now lutsi tt.ttPW).
' For breakfaal tomorrow try Sulzberger
Majestic Bacon "Dellclously different"-
Pool to Ask Commissioners
For $300000 Bond Issue
to Complete Anthony Road
When the county commissioners meet
this morning they will be asked by Judge
Adrian Pool to make provisions for raining
$200000 for the purpose of completing the
main county roads from El Paso to An
thony. Judge Pool wantt every property
tax payer who It opposed to the proposl
Hon to be In attendance and Mate hit
reaaont why he it against subscribing to
a loan whereby the road money ran be se
cured. Others who are In favor of the
plan are also asked to attend. The com
mlssloners are scheduled to meet sl
o'clock this morning.
Judge Pool favors building' the rotd by
the Ittutnce of county scrip the scrip to
run from one to five years. "I ftvor tcrtp
laid Judge Pool "ror the reason that the
total cost or the road by the time the
tcrlD It Dtld. figuring on a bsttt of $10
000 per mile for "construction would only
amount to about 113000 when the road la
paid for at the end or five yean. If ws
build the road by bond issue it will cost
$10.000 per mile to construct It tnd tt the
end of rorty years this road would have
cott ut about $30o00 per mile. I figure
that scrip is about $17000 per mile cheap
sr. The tcrlp will bear S per rent Interest
will run from one to rive yetrs. Both the
Interest and the sinking fund on the scrip
must be pstd out or the It per rem road
lax and no special levy can be made to take
care of either the Interest or sinking fund.
The wbola household will relish Suit
berger't Majestic hams and bacon "be
llctously different." Adv.
test Child Was Msklsg Mud Pies.
After Instructions hail been riven to every
patrolman on duty to look for for little
three-year-old Marjorle Ellin Haunch
whose home la st 417 North El I'aso street.
and the entire police force of the city wit
on the lookout for tin: child her mother
round the little tot making "mud pies'
about two blocks rrnm her home with i
number or other little girls entirely un
aware or the furore she bad created.
SALIVA flUt AMU MAKES
There's ee reason why s person rhould
taha sickening salivating calomel wbeu M
cents buys a large bottle of IkkI son's Liver
perfect substituir for calomel
m MM per
If Is s pleasant vegetable liquid which
will start your liver Just as surely at cito-
. bul It doesn't mike you slik ano csu-
fjattdrea sad sxown folks an lake DOd-
sotft I J ver Tone because ll is perfectly
CSIuaatl It a dangerous drug n is mer
cury sad attack! your bones. Take a dose
of nasty calomel today and you will reel
weaa wee sad nauseated tomorrow una
loss a day's work. Take a spoonful of
Uodsoo i Liver Toas Instead and you will
wake up reeling greet No more bilious-
neta oontupatnm. Muagtahorat. headache.
costad tongue or astir stoma' h tour
druggist saya If you don't find I'odton's
Liver Toas ecu better than bun u calo-
tte! year asonar ta waiting far jreu -adv.
FOR ODD FELLOWS'
NEW EL PASO HONE
Rev. A. A Davis Delivered
Dedicatory Sermon Iiwding
Work of Order.
The cornerstone or the new Odd Fellows'
pulldlng North Santa Fe and Weil Frank-
lin streets waa laid at an Impressive cere-
mony conducted by the El Paso lodge No.
SM the Patriarchs Militant Mount Franklin
encampment. No. lot; Western Ilebekah
lodge No. 191 yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock. There was one of the most repre
sentative gatherings or Odd Fellows In the
history or the Organliitlon In El Pato In
Rev. A. A. Davit or East El Paso gave
the dedicatory sermon. He lauded he
work or the Odd Fellows of Texss In "the
Widows and orphans' borne at Oortictni.
at an example of the philanthropic and
educational work of the order. He ttld that
there are $50 widows snd orphans In the
boms. The boys are trained In manual
training farm work and various trades
until they are It years old and the glrli
In domestic science until they ire 19 years
old be laid. Then be praised the fellow-
ship feature of the org-anltallon and
showed how the spirit of brotherly love
li made manifest through the application
of the principles or the order..
F. E. Hunter acting grand master or the
lodge conducted the cornerstone laying
according to the ritual or the grind lodge.
He uied the symbol! or water wheat and
flowers at representing purity growth and
faithfulness and friendship. The cement
used waa symbolistic of the binding tlet
of friendship. Grand Master Hunter sealed
In s metallic box s list of the present day
records comprising the officers and mem
bers or Odd Fellow lodges snd auxiliaries
in the city elate county illy and l ulled
Ststea officials copies or the El Paso Mora
lng Timet Herald Spectator Labor Advo
cats and Texaa Odd Fellow and history of
Odd Fellows order nationally and
The offlcert who participated In lbs
ceremony were: Grand master F. E. Hun-
Mr; deputy grand matter E. C. Forney;
grand warden H. T. PouaTord grand sec
retary E. W. Brown; grand treasurer I.
grand chaplain. J. L. Camp
bell. The offleen ware acting for the
Or and Lodge of Teiat.
Two Horse Thieoes Are
Extradited From Mexico
By Assoc Isted Prest.
Laredo Texas. Nay 7. r.xirediuon from
Guerrero Meatro. la the l ulled Slams wi
ordered today ror l arum ano de l.eon
Juan OSrcIS. alleged horse llueves WhO
been wanted In lease for some tune. The
extradition order It tne result or ins coa-
ferenee held leal rail between uovernor Luis
Caballero of gag state or Tamaullpss sai
Governor Ferguson of Texas when an
agreement wag reached to lumdle such aaaj-
ters under the PMwUloua or an old treaty
without recourse hv Washington or Mexico
Dr. AbsrL DeniM -.'I- is Mills Building
Charted with Selling Liquor sn Suadsy.
Manuel Matent 91$ South El Pato ttreet
yesterdty was arrested snd charged with
telling liquor on Sunday. Matent wis ar-
retted In a raid on the Black Cat saloon.
Two Mezlcant arretted it they left the
Bitrk Cat were held at witnesses. Each
had t quantity or liquor and wine.
DR. BAUCHERT Dentist Mills Bids. Ph. 1857
Dr. N. D. Fruln Phytlclan ta Mills bldg.
Phone tltt. Reildence Phone 7MS.
By Associated Press.
Mutkegan Mich. May 7. B. v. Tobln
president or the continental motors com-
pany today authorised t denial or a report
that the Coontlnental company was planning
to consolidate with several Michigan motor-car
Dr. Asaa Ream Buckler bldg. ov. Elite Cy.
Try lbs new Ot-Anle Bir.
best T. F. Eelth proprietor.
Stolen Valuables Recovered.
Hy Associated Praai.
New York May 7 All the valuables stolen
from registered mall bigs on a ferry boil
men alleged to hive been connected with
the rubbery hive been trrtted federal of
flcltlt announced today when Indictment!
ELECTRIC FIXTURES WANTED?
Why not talk It over with Larra bee Elec-
tric to. 7 405 Texas St.
Ohio Moose Lnlnvtrurted
By Asiorlitcd Preit.
coiumoui otilo Many 7. An unlnstructed
and free -handed delegation will a-o rrnm
Ohio to the progressive national convention
at Chicago June 7. Thlt wit decided here
today at the Progressive slate convention
which did not instruct the eight delégalos -at-large
and district delegate! It aelected.
The convention wat characterized by an ap-
parent desire to orrer no obstacle to a pos-
sible amalgamation at Chicara In Juno nf ih
lrogres!lvei wltb the Republicans.
Fred C. Knollenberg announces removal or
bla law offices to sot-Sit Capíes building.
Sludrbsker Not la Merger.
By Associated Prest.
South Bend. Ind. Mey 7. Thai the Stude-
baker corporation It. not Interested In s pro-
posen merger or motor car manufacturers.
at reported from Detroit yesterday was an
nounced here today hy A. B. Ersklne presi-
dent or the Studebaker concern.
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack.
On account or my confinement In the
printing office I have for years been a
rnronic surrerer rroin indigestion and liver
trouble. A few weeks ago I had an attack
that wai so severe that I was not able to go
aie ror two oayi. c ailing to get any
treatment. I took three
relief from any other treatment.
hamberliln's Tablet! and. the next day
I feu lite a new man." writes H. C. Bailey
Editor Carolina Newt Chapín 8. C ror
sue oy in dealers. Adv.
It Is the flrei
Leagwetl e careful r your begs
Leave as nasgesus lei. I. adv.
FOR REAL CUTLERY
G6p Get JordSiVs
The big. modern plant or the Southwest where most of the bast printing
comes from. Now location 111-20-21 W. Ban Antonio .
Phons 27$. Mall orders solicited.
State National Bank
capital. uariaUa ua Pavoirre
. ej9$t99 I
C a MOManUAJE). Peeeldent J osJJgPH UAQOWTtH. rioe-Prea
C N. MAJsajsTXTt Vlee-PreaUdMt UaBOHOa D. FJwOJtT. CaablasV
I J. qilichklbT. east oaehier.
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, May 8, 1916, newspaper, May 8, 1916; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth198358/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.