El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 71, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 20, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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ML PASO DAILY TIMMS, TUESDAY* MAR6H 20, 1900
WERE IN EL PASO.
FROMIKEXT VISITORS SAW
JidaoH c. Cl.meuta and John D Toamaoa
•f Washlugtou CD Route to Phounlx-Talk
About ■ be luteraiute Cumm.rct Comml*
•Ion add lit Work DiOtreuces to Uo Ad.
justed-Who They An,
Hon. Jndson C. Clements of Georgia,
and Hou James D Yoauiana of Iowa,
members of the interstate commerce
oommiaeion, with their secretary, Mar
tin S Decker, an ived yesterday iu a
special Pullman car with a party of
friends from Washington. The com
tntssiouers are ou a tonr of the west
combining business with pleasure, and
•pent >. eterday visiting Et Paso’s uu
merous piaces of interest, together wuh
a oarrt ge drive to Jaarez, chaperoned
by Harry t urner, qity ticket aud pas
•enger agent of the Bouihvru Pacific
The trip was fall of interest to them,
and they little realized any city of the
border had the commercial activity
possessed by thiB oue.
The party leaves this morning for the
west. A short stop will be made at
Phoenix, where the commissioners have
bnsiuess. then they win go to Califor-
nia, far a further bnsiuess visit, a d be
joined by former Governor FitVr of II
linois, another of the b >dy Borne time
will be spent in California takiugevi
deuce in certain oomp'aiutr Hgaiuetrail
roads in the mailer of rates- At Den
▼er and at Omaha, like matter wijl be
taken np, after which th' com
misoners will retnru to head
quartos. Mr. Clements was
•een last, night and asked about the
commission and its work. He said:
“Some years ago two bills were pend-
ing in congress, one by John H Reagan
of Texas and another by Seuator Cul
lom, providing for regulation of rviD
roads aud their rates by the Federal
government. Mr Resgan’s bill did not
look to a commission, bnt sought to
preveut pooling, extortiou and discrim-
ination, throwing the violations into the
courts The two houses put both bills
together, and the outcome was a com
mission, the principles of which are
well known today in the matter of
“The supreme oonrt has seriously
hampered the onmmiscion at times by
decisions, and t<k-n from It certain
latitude it regarded justly within its term wag appointed to the position he
province. However, we have mnoh to now ononpit-a He is a lawyer by pro
look after and much to o rrect f.ssion. bat has turned his attention, in
"About all our pleasure trip It over, ameai-nre, to fine stock raising, and to-
We expeot to spend two days at Pbo« day owns one of the best equipped
nix looking into the matter of an alleg- farms in Georgia,
ed discrimination against that 1 Mr Yoemans, when called upon by a
place in favor of towns in that territory, j reporter for the Times, remarked:
This complaint, which has been j ' Judge Clemen's has said allloonld
pending some time, aff-ots commodity eav. h„ knows the whole bn-ines*.”
rates. At Los Angeles we have another j Mr Yoemans comes from a little west
oomplamt in whioh are interested St !0f Bnff.lo New York. He has been a
Lome and Pacific ooast jobbers. This banker and railroad promoter, and for
matter was brought to the commission s a time was interested with the Vauder
attention some time siuce and prelim- : hilts He was first appointed to the
ioary testimony was taken not many commission by President Cleveland and
months ago daring one of the oouirais•' reappointed bv President McKinley
sinners’ visits to the Mississippi river Jq recent years he moved near Sb'tix
town. It is expected St Louis will be j Oity, Iowa, where he now owns a fine
represented bv a corps of attorneys and ■ B,0ck farm. Mr Yoemans is said to be
the contest promises to be interesting, t the original David Hamm, and fmiu
Omaha and Denver complaints are him the author first secured his ideas.
lorvllle The body was embalmed by
Nagley & Lyons and will b« shipped
this morning to Taylorville for inter-
ment Mrs Armstrong, wife of the
deceased, will aoootnpauy the remains
Howell, ladies' bair dresser, late of
De Donato’s, St Louis, 414 Mesa ave.
Momsen A Thorne suggests buying
an Ohio steel range for vour wife
“And I Milst Say that During:
Service I t
Has Not Cost
Me 5 Cents
■ xt.raot, from tap
__ test, mnnlal of a
Minn ah ,, , w or whoso eomnlote etter,
with many others, is given 1. our tree Cat-
alog of UnsoUuu ana ull Engines.
Weber ties and Uasuliu* Engine Co.
127 S. W. Boulevard, Kan.-as Citt, Mo.
tuneb of the same order.
"The commission has considerable to
oontend with at times Oue of the re-
cent matters brought before it, which
attracted national a teution, was the
regulation of the drawbars, hand holds,
and air appliances on all passenger and
freight eqaipuient, need in interstate
traffic Roads not opt rating
between states are not compelled to
comply, bnt their eqipmeu can not
he placed in service unless these defi-
ciencies are corrected. The hand holds
and uniform couplingdevio shave been
put in use. as far as the commission
knows; bnt upon representation made
over a year ago that the air appliances
could not be gotten in working order in
the allotted time, an extension was
given nutil August of this year.
’ El Puho is the coming town down
this way aud from appearances is justly
entitled to the name of Border metrop-
Tna hearing od the coupler and air
device propositions referred to by Judge
Clements, was read of all over the conn
try. The roads were represented by
their best legal and executive talent,
wbile in resistance, necessary, of the
trainmen; Clark, of the conductors,
and Arthur ot the engineers, attended
to the interests of the railroad workers.
The hearing lasted for two days, during
which time there was some sensa-
tional passages between mana
gers and labor leaders. The general
manager of a leading eastern trank line
contended an enforcement of tue com-
mission’s order meant a redaction of
the employes’ wages This was taken
np by Mr. Morrisy of the trainmen,
who retorted that in the matter of wage
redaction the army of railroad laborers
would have to be consulted, and there
upon insisted the order be enforced.
Substantial r-presentations were sob
stquently mads np >n which the exten-
sion of time was given.
Judge Clements is of the Demooratio
persuasion, aud represented what is
known as the R me, Ga , district in
congress for a long term of years He
first served as speaker of the Georgia
house of representatives, then as state
senator, and after a contest with Rey.
Dr. Bbeiton, who made such a reputa-
tion in oongresR. Judge Clemente was
elected by a m >j >rtty of ab >nt 1,200,
bar, in his safoeqneut race be wasohos-
en by as many thousand. He served on
the appropriation committee of the
honse, and daring President Hariison’s
npon which were
bnilded the famous
Campbell & Grayson — Prescription
A great deal of American flour is
now being shipped to Chihuahua.
Two car loads of mining machinery
pass- d through El Paso yesterday en
route to Parral, Chihuabna.
Dr G. H. Hivgius has moved his of
floe to No 6 Mills building, corner of
Oregon and Be L nis streets.
Yesterday before Justice Spencer John
Barrett and A Price both plead guilty
to fighting and were each fined $3 and
Two carloads of blooded horses from
Fulton county, Illinois, is expected to
pass through Et Paso this week eu
route to Mexico City.
Wanted — To borrow $4,000 and
$6 000 for two to five years to ouild bn i
ness block Inquire of A. M. Loomis,
217 San Antonio s reet,
Mary C Sweeney conveyed to Z. T,
White yesterday the northerly 21 feet
and 4 inch s of lot 83 in block 1ft of the
city of R1 Paso; consideration $9 000
Ashipuientof promising silver was
recently received from Mr. Agnelles of
Juarez from the Bapello district in the
Sierra Madre country.
A big shipment of silver lead ore
from the Progresso mine in the Sierra
Madre country was received yesterdai
in Jaarez, destined for the Monterey
QThe officers of El Paso have reoeived
not'oe that two noted criminals from
Eastern Texas were recently in E
Paso and they have been looking foi
Bnilding permits were issued yegter
day to A. Berger for a residence oi
Fourth street to cost $500, aud to J. K
Ball for a honse on Torreon street t>
Congressman Clements, who is a mem
her of the interstate railroad oommis
sion. ts an old friend ot the Times man.
aud the two had a pleasant chat last
evening about old times in Georgia.
Dr L. C. Armstrong of Taylorville.
Illinois, died yesterday morning of tn
bsroulosis at the Riobelien honse, aged
46 vears He was the physician and
surgeon for the Wabash railway at Tay
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E Springer, of 1125 Howard St,,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consump
tion had completely cured her of a hack-
ing cough that for many years had
made iite a burden. Ail other remedies
an 1 doctors could give her no help, but
she says "it soon removed the pain in
my chest and 1 can now sleep sotindlv,
something 1 can scarcely remember do-
!ng before. 1 feel like sounding its
praises throughout the Universe.” So
will every one who trys Dr. King’s New
Discovery for auy trouble of the Throat,
Chest or Lungs. Price 50c and SI (X).
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles
W. A Irvin <fc Oo.. Druggists.
A Woman’s Awful Peril.
"There is only one chance to save your
life and that is through an operation”
were the startling words heard by Mrs.
I. B. Huntof IJmeRidge, Wis.,from her
doctor after he had vainly tried to cure
her of a frightful easeof stomach trouble
and yellow jaundice. Gall stones had
formed and she constantly grew worse.
Then she began to use Electric Bitters
and she writes that seven bottles com-
pletely cured her. It's the most wonder-
ful Stomach, Liver and Kidney remedy
known. Marvellous for Jaundice, Dys-
pepsia, Loss of Appetite Try it. Only
Wc. Guaranteed. Forsaleby
W. A. Irvin & Co., Druggists.
It Helped Win Battles.
Twenty-nine officers and men wrote
from the Front to say that for Scratches,
Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Sore Feet and
Stiff Joints, Bucklen’s Arnica Salve is
the best in the world. Same for Burns,
Corns, Ulcers, Piles and Skin Eruptions
25c a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
W. A. Irvin <fe Co.. Drnggists.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and N ervous Headaches
Theymakepure blood and strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to
take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money
back if not cured. Sold by
W. A. Irvin & Co.. Druggists.
Serves best meals in the cit\
for io, 15, 20 and 25 cents
110 El Paso Street
223 San Antonio street,
J MCMARLING & CO.
First-class Restaurant In every respect
Regular Meals 25 Cts.
Short orders at
12 to 8 p. w.
all hour*. Dinner from
If You Want
Gold & Copper Claims
IN THE JARILLA,
or Interests in same, address
A W. GIFFORD,
Box 12, El Paso. Tex»<
R.G., S. M.& P. Railwaj
Sierra Madre Line
Yaqui Gold Fields
Always Freeh Beer on tap.
BEST FIFTEEN CENT LUNCH 01
El Paso Transferee
HACKS. BUS AND BAGGAGS
200 to 910 South Oregon St.
1 Hotel Gran Central,
The only first-o', ass hotel In the eity.
A Nice and Pleasant Resort in Jisrea.
Hc*t. Imported Liquors, Wines and Mf-xlo**.
C*ua'4sl*jam Tequila b spoealty. Wno, J
I/"nip's Standard Lajrw Buuralwa non tap.
S*»Ht Dirt ao oo*n mo latex I. Le**^n* chernr-
folly tfiveu. HUGO BRlWli.
Copper, God silver ami Lead Mines fori
sale, also a fine '1st of undeveloped mm- [
Ing properties for sale or lease and I o- d I
for oo- yia . We always have a high I
grad IIsi of good dlvld- nd mlnm r shares I
for sale; also prospectivedlvldendsliareK [
We deal In none bat first class mining I
shares. Addr ss
VV II NIuUOLS, Mining Broker,
P. O. Box 445. Butte, Montana.
Busin—.s established In Rife In 1887.
Independent Assay Office
Assay and Chemical
208 MESA AVENUE.
P. O. Box 97. Kl. PA.HO. TRXAti
TJmpiro and control asstya a specialty. W»
art an agents for shipper* of ore to
Apei.; for Ore Rbip
perh. Assays an<
■10*8 EX AM 1**0 AMI
a. o aoa aa.
Offiot And UU*»towy,
Cor. San Francitci
& Chihuahua Sts.
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