El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 32, Ed. 1 Monday, January 13, 1913 Page: 3 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES
O-MONDAY, JANUARY 13,191?
AUTO LIVERY CO.
Nice 7 passenger car* for hire
Day and night service. IS.00 per
United States Re,
r Ship Panther
8. B. RICABY TO PRESENT “BUD
GET" SYSTEM TONIGHT
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Prescriptions filled and delivered
at any time—day or night
Mall Order* Filled Promptly
A E. RYAN & CO.
Douglas. Aria.. Jan. 11.—'The
grounds of the new Agua Prieta depot
of the Nacosart road have been sur-
veyed The plans for the new sta-
tion are reported to be rapidly near-
ing oompletion. As yet they have
pot been made public, but an exten-
sive enlargement of the yards now In
use is to be made. The hollow grounds
In the vicinity of the station Is to be
filled In for the accommodation of
the proposed extra sidetracks
The increase of the sise of the
yards and the new sidings Indicate
that the report a short time ago con-
cerning an extension to the Promon-
torio mine from the present Naoozarl
terminus of the railroad, is at least
under earnest consideration, and that
with the new Improvement and in-
crease of trackage, preparations are
being made to take care of any in-
crease of business which will come
from this source.
NEW MEXICO WANTS dAy TRAIN
Chamber of Commerce and Business
Men to Hear the Project Dis-
Special Is The Tima.
Santa Fe, N. M., Jari. 12.—A big
meeting of ctttsens held at the cham-
ber of commerce here was unani-
mously in favor of bringing what-
ever pressure possible on the Santa
Fe railroad company to induce it to
revoke the order barring local pas-
sengers in New Mexico from riding
on the California limited-
Former Governor Prince, Nathan
Salmon. H. B- Cartwright, CoL G. W.
Prichard and others took part In the
The railroad ruling was made be-
cause a theatrical troupe of twenty-
two boarded the limited at Las Vegas
The stage people evidently were not
over-refined, for they took possess-
ion of the observation car, much to
the discomfort of the regular passen-
gers, and later when the dining car
was opened they made a rush for It
and held possession there while the
through passengers went hungry.
A Boston lawyer, who happened to
be on the train, drew up a petition
in triplicate, complaining about ths
conduct of the troupe and the Incon-
venience caused. He had it signed by
all the 102 passengers on the train.
This petition was sent to the high
officials of the Santa Fe road and was
the direct cause of the order going
Into effect. ,
The attitude of the chamber of
commerce was not one of hostility to
the railroad. It was the undivided
opinion of the members present last
night that a committee be appointed
Corporation Commissioners to Make
Special (o The Timet.
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 12-—H. H.
Williams and O. L. Owens, two mem-
bers of the state corporation commis-
sion, left last night for Trindad, Colo,
where they will take the Colorado It
Southern for Clayton. They aro
making this trip to investigate the
proposition of a new depot for Clay-
ton, the location of an agent at Green-
ville, and the continuance of a day
train on the Colorado & Southern
through New Mexico, although the
day train runs as far south as Trini-
dad, and commencing again at Tex-
line on the Texas-New Mexico border,
runs south of that point, thus cutting
the New Mexico patrons on the road
out of a day train.
MAY “ELECTRIFY” ALL ROADS
Official Believes In Slops
A Great Work in El Paso
BY THE TREATMENT
Realizing that but few people In this
vicinity have any idea or concepUon ot
the extent and magnitude ofthework
and the grand results for afflicted and
suffering humanity accomplished*by the
Neal Three-pay Treatment and methods
of saving men from the curse and aw-
ful consequence of excessive indulgence
in strong drink, we submit a few facts.
Thai the Neal Treat men t
cures Drink and Drug addictions has
been demonstrated in over 20.000 cases
and its merits proved In over sixty
splendid institutions established in
principal cities and centers n the Uni-
ted States and foreign countries. This
modern method of treatment only re-
quires a few days’ timer to be spent
away from home and business, instead
of the many weeks required by other
treatment and old-time methods.
We Invite those who are afflicted to
come here and take the treatment under
this plain and fair agreement—-that un-
less they are entirely satisfied at the
end of the treatment with the results
accomplished we will refund every cent
paid or if preferred, the fee may be de-
posited in any bank upon same condl-
Call, write, phone or wire WKAL IBf-
STITUTE, No. 811 East 49th Street, Chi-
caao 111., for free literature and full In-
formation. Bell phone tokland 439. To
reach Institute take any Cottage Grove
car on Wabash Ave. ana get off at 49th
“THE CAUSE Is the stored up and
accumulated poteon of alcohol in the
system, arising from previous constant
or excessive drinking.
“THE EFFECT is unbearable ner-
vousness, uncontrollable desire for
liquor, sleepless nights and restless
dauTHE SERIOUSNESS Is found In ths
moral, mental, physical and financial
wrecks of former good men, ruined
homes, disgraced families, Buttering
helpless women and Innocent children,
suicides’ graves, insane asylums, alms-
houses, Jails andJ^Kentlartes. „ .
“WE GUARANTEE that the Neal
treatment removes the cause and
overcomes all the effects by an agree-
ment to refund every cent paid to any
patient who is not entirely satisfied at
the end of three-days’ treatment.
Investigation of the Neal Treatment
Is not only invited, but strongly urged.
Every patient is given a written legal
contract to remove all craving for
liquors to his own satisfaction.
For forther information address or
The Neal Institute
Ns. 915 Mesa Ave. PkoaS No. 4(442.
Washington, Jan. 12.—The naval authorities are worried about the disappearance of the repair ship Panther,
which sailed Jan. 2 from New York for Guantanamo, Cuba. The boat Is equipped with wireless apparatus anti
should have been in hourly communication with various shore stations as well as other naval and merchant
vessels along the coast, and when efforts to pick her up after the reeent storm failed the fear that she had
suffered a serious mishap grew strong.
Special to Thit Timet.
Washington, Jan. 12.—What Sec-
retary Fisher believes to be the be-
ginning of the electrification of all
transcontinental railroads was mark-
ed by a grant to the Great Falls
(Montana) Power Company to trans-
mit over public domain under strict
government regulations, power for
the electrification of 450 miles of
tracks of the main line of the Chicago
Milwaukee & Puget Sound Retire- I
between Harlowtown, Mont-, and Av-
The fact that the Great Falls com-
pany was ’’willing to accept the full-
est provisions of the protection of
public Interests, even where all It was
asking was for a transmission line,”
is of even greater importance from the
public benefit point of view, asserted
Secretary Fisher," "than the further
greater electrification of railroad^
which must follow. v
“It demonstrates,” he continued,
“not only that the provisions for the
protection of the public interest upon
which the department of the Interior
Insists do not prohibit water power
development, as has been claimed by
its opponents, but that the greatest
development which has yet, taken
place in the practical application of
electricity can be and is being taken
under these very provisions. The pow-
er company and department found
that they could co-operate cordially
and effectively in fixing the terms of
the grant so as to recognize effective-
ly both public and private interests
The grant, which Is for fifty years,
was worked out under the act of
March 4, 1911, relating to electrical
transmission, telephone and telegraph
lines. It is subject to readjustment
every ten years, provides for regula-
tion of rates and service, the sale of
power to the United States, the state
and cities at as low a rate as is given
any other buyer and prohibits the
transfer of the permit without the
approval of the secretary of the in-
and seeing what facilities are offered the
public. At Clayton a "get together”
meeting of railroad officials, corporation
commissioners and the public, was held
and was said to have resulted in a better
understanding of the situation. As a re-
sult the railroad will install several Im-
NEW CHIEF CLERK NECESSARY.
New Mexico Senate Officer May Not Rc.
Special to The Timet.
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 12.—It became
know'll here today that John Joerus, chief-
clerk of the state senate In the last leg-
islative session, and who holds over In
that capacity at the session to convene
on next Tuesday, probably will not return
to fill tbe duties of (hat position. For
tills reason speculation Is being Indulged
in as to who will be selected by the seu-
ato majority to fill the job. ”
Tbe reason for .Toerns’ retirement ns
chief clerk, If In fact h« does decline, Is
based solely on business reasons. He has
engaged In the Insurance business at Ra-
ton, bis home, and this Is said to have
proved so remunerative ns to have damp-
ened his ardor for things political.
SILVER CITY ELKS.
Will Stage Minstrel Performance at Early
Special to The Timet.
Silver City, N. M.. Jan. 12.—Stiver City
lodge of Elks No. 413, will start rehears-
ing next week for a minstrel show to tie
given at a date to lie announced inter.
The local lodge Is full of Initiative and Is
constantly Inaugurating new ’plans to in-
crease its coffers.
Stage Manager Frank E. Hull says that
there Is going to be some real fun; a sing-
ing and dancing show with the speed
indicator pointing to the sixty miles per
hour mark. The first part of the per-
formance will consist of up-to-date songs.
Jokes and dances with the entire matter
Tho show promises to he one of the
theatrical features on the hoards for 1913.
ARIZONA CASH DEFICIT.
Will Be Reduced $m,000 During Present
DT K IN WEST TEXAS TOWN
ABOUT FORTY-FIVE DAYS
ness was even greater In proportion
to the increased crop, which is ac-
counted for by the fact that more
cotton is being used by AmerlcnYi
manufacturers and less is going
abroad than In the past.
“That Texas Is doing a great deal
of building seems to tie Indicated by
the great amount of building mater-
ial that has been shipped to this
state. There have been times when,
though we would have a good busl-
A plan to establish the budget sya-
tem tor the El Paso Chamber of Com-
merce to do away with the number of
collections during the year from bus-
iness men for the purpose of bringing
conventions, holding annual festivals
and Jubilees, advertising the city, ar
ranging for bonuses for industries xto
be brought to the city and for many
of the other benefits derived through
the business association, will be pre-
sented to business men and members
of the Chamber of Commerce at a
special meeting to be held nt the asso-
ciation building tonight at it o'clock.
The indorsement or rejection of tho
system, which will be presented by B-
R. Kieaby. who has successfully
luunched it for business men’s asso-
ciations in San Antonio and Seattle,
Wash., will he taken up at the meeting
Will Ileaefit, 1* Claim
It is claimed that the budget sys-
tem will dispose of the collection of
subscriptions from merchants of the
city five and six times a year when
events such as the Os-A pie Jubilee and
conventions are arranged for. There
will’ be only one subscription from
business men during the year and
when this is made it is hoped that a
sum $50,000 to $60,000 can h** col-
lected. This amount will be sufflcent
for h 11 plans for advancing the city
for a year.
Method «f Collection
The method of obtaining the sum
will be by soliciting from the mer-
chants by a committee, selected by the
Chamber of Commerce. The subscrip-
tion and apportionment system will be
used In obtaining the funds. It will
mean the obtaining of funds not from
a few but from every one with bust
ness interests in the city.
Mr. Rlcaby. the promoter, called on
many of the business men of the city.
Try Water Proof and Wear Proof
krone elk sole leather
For Sale at
Enterprise Shoe & Leather Co
316 Mesa Ave.
ness northbound, we would have to j ••••u.t pi s.Mo... * • .........
Vio some tali hustling to make any- They have not expressed themselves on
thing like a showing copilng back. j the system In* set forth, but have con
Ube English Cafe
YEE SICK, Prop.
207 44 Broadway. Phone 5S00.
Short Orders, Chop Suey and Noodle*.
American anti Chinese Style Cooking.
Please Give Us a Trial.
“West Coast Route"
Traversing the Statga of
Construction of Santa Fe Shops at
Albuquerque to Begin at Early
Special to The Times.
Alpine, Tex.. Jan. 12.—The Orient
tracks are twenty-two miles
Fort Stockton, and in two weeks
will be at the cut, where a large
force of men are at work, trying to
complete the same in time to let the
construction crew proceed without
If nothing intervenes, the road
will reach Alpine in about forty-five
Track laying is now averaging a
little over a mile a day.
but this season has been different
and it has been at very infrequent
Intervals that we would not have full
liOta oL Dry Goods.
"Another taing which indicates
prosperity in Texas is the amount of
dry goods which has been shipped
'■'i to the state. While ^ goodly pot-
P»^t j tjon t>f otic southbound business al-
ways has been dry goods, thi amount
handled during the past summer and I
fall ami to the present time Indl- I
cates that the merchants nave had ■
a good business, and orders fori
shipments of spring goods indicate
that the general condition of the
state is excellent. |
"StiU another thing, that indicates
SPECIAL SPANISH DISHES
Served at Sheldon Cafe.
Two of Governor's Aide* Resign From
Special to The Times.
Santa Fe, N. M.# Jan. 12.—Governor
William C. McDonald has received the
resignations of Colonel James l>. Hand
and Colonel Jesus Romero, hh aides-de-
camp: Second Lieutenant 8. R. Hobble,
of the field artillery and Second Lieuten-
ant F. B. Forbes, unns/dgued. The gov-
ernor promoted to the rank of colonel,
Captain James A. Hassle, of tbe medical
corps and hug agsigned Colonel Maggie to
the staff as aide-de-camp.
Corporation Commissioner Il'ich II.
Williams and O. L. Owen hare returned
from a trip over the Colorado A Southern
railroad, which runs through Union
county. They made the trip with oftic-
ials of the road, including Super! itendent
Abram*. General Manager Welch and Mr.
William*, a rate authority. The patty
traveled In n private car. stopping at var-
ious point* en route. Inspecting stations
BANKING BY MAIL
Just as easy to open a savings account with us as though you
lived next door. , . _ ' _
WE PAY 4 per cent Interest compounded Twice Every Year. We
do business under the Depositor’s Guaranty Law of the State of Texas
and are a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law.
Our plan, in addition to being convenient, Is safe, profitable and
liberal. Nobody has ever lost a dollar In a State Bank in Texas.
Write today for our free booklet “BANKING BY MAIL” or
simply mall your deposit. -
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO, El Paso, Texas
Special to The Times.
Phoenix, Arl*., Jan. 12. -Arizona's state
treasury will show a deficit of $75,000 in
1912, as again at $300,000 in 1912.
Hinco last June Treasurer David F.
Johnson ha* been registering state war-
rant* because there wan no money with
which to pay them. Altogether, he regis-
tered $300,000 worth of warrant*.
Tbe last of then* warrant* wan called
January 6, and they ceased to bear Inter*
e*t on that date. Tuesday, Treasurer Jobn-
Hon paid the National Bank of Arizona
$38,000 to cancel warrant* held by that
Institution. Thursday, $123,000 wan turn-
ed over to the Phoenix National bank, and
yesterday n payment of $100,000 whh made
to the valley bank.
Warrant* totaling about $10,000 were
held by the Prescott- bank*, and the Yu-
ma National held $7,000 worth. Other
bank* held warrant* in leaser amount*.
The interest, at 5 per cent annually,
amount* to about $3,000.
These warrant* have been paid with tax
money for 1012, forwarded to the slate
treasurer by county treasurer*. When the
state's share of the tax money for 1912 1*
all received It will total about $1,250,-
Thi* will be Hufflciont to meet all ex-
penses till late in the year. Treasurer
JolAson expects to reg!*ter some $75,000
worth of warrants ill 1913. This will be a
reduction of $225,099.
DOLGLA8 TELEPHONE OOMPANY.
NEW SHOPS SOON,
Santa l‘c Drcparcs for Construction
Special to I he Time*.
Albuquerque, N. M., Jan. 12.-‘-"We
are all hustling things along so a*
to be in .shape to get started on the
shop improvements in Albuquerque,’*
said Fred (\ Fox, general manager
of tho Santa Fe systm, who spent
a day in the city, having arrived
from an inspection trip over the Rio
aented to attend the meeting nt the
Chamber of Commerce Monday night.
The merchant* will then discus* it.
, IN hut NYmn 8pent
K1 Pa an ha* spent during I he la*t
year nearly $40,000 in Vttrtnus enter-
tainments, convention* and other
mean* of advertising the ettv, At the
Panhandle and Southwestern Cattle-
men’s «AH*ociatton convention held here t
last spring about $6,000 was expended
through the Chamber of Commerce;
for tin* Os Aple Jtibiles* $5,000 Wh*
paid out and the Key-Nme Trade Ex-
cursion cost about $11,000. The com-
mittee which attended the Irrigation
Congress Convention In Salt Jwike City,
spent about $6,000; $15,000 was given
to the Interurbun company hh a bonus
and many other sums were used for
25 River Valleys
Low Round Trip Settlers’ Fares from
El Paso to Tepic and intermediate
points on sale from April 1st,
Passengers availing themselves of
Stopover Privileges at Tucson should
see the West Coast of Mexico. Re-
duced Side Ride tickets now on sals.
See 8. P. Ticket agents for details.
H. LAWTON. G. P. A..
Guaymaa. Sonora. Mexico.
prosperous conditions." continued j various purpose*. For *a«*h of those
Denison, "Is the amount of machin- affairs, a subscription list was clrcu
Implements j laiod among the merchants of tho city.
cry and modern farm
Ihnt has been shipped.- The whole
world of progress and prosperity
really rests on the farmer, and when
In1 makes money everyone does.
Farmers are prog rousing at a greater
late than many would believe ami
iti greater proportion than men In
any other business, for farming ha*
developed Into 'business* until to he
a successful farmer nowadays there
must be system.
■More Machinery shipped.
"I believe that 1 would he safe in
saying that more than twice as much
| farm machinery and modern Imple
quorque by F. M. Bin bee, chief en-
gineer; J. M. Kurn, general super-
intendent, and F. E. Summers, su-
perintendent. William Fox, a neph-
ew of Fox, is also traveling with
him as a guest, spending tlW winter
in the west to avoid the severe
weather in Ohio.
Immediately after his arrival here
Fox, Kurn and Bishee went into con-
ference with President G. A. Kata -
nian of toe Commercial club; J. K.
Carroll, assistant state engineer; Pitt
Ross, county engineer, and James N.
Gladding, city engineer, on matters
relative to the, Alameda dike. The
purpose of the conference was to as-
certain what if anything, should he
done with reference to protection
against flood waters at Alameda
during the spring.
No Danger, Thinks Bis bee.
Bishee stated at the conference that
in his opinion the Santa Fe tracks
will not suffer from the rise of
water. He promised, however, to
submit profiles to the local state,
county and city officiate, showing toe
Alhu- | monts and appliances have been
snipped this season than ever be-
fore. Business in all lln«'R has been
good and 1 'jok for a continuance of
TLA (It Kit* OK ARIZONA.
Are A»king for *» ( Itnugr in (lie Statu
Special la The 'Times.
Phoenix. Arts.. Jhii. 12. At'a meeting
of tin* state touchers’ association held in
Ttisi'on on Wednesday anil at which F.
Phllhrook was present and Just, returned,
an Important measure In regard to the
compulsory education act wa* prepared
and will Im* presented to the legislature
nt its next session. The nvommendntion
is to the effect that a child may be per-
mitted to work under sixteen year* old
if sufficient reason for so doing Is shown
before a board who will take the nun* Into
comdderutIon. This board, according to
the recommendation, will consist of the
president of the school board, the super,
intciidcnt of schools and a probation of-
ficer appointed by the district court.
As the present law now stands, a super-
( ompromise Proposition Accepted and Hull
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Special to The Timet.
Douglas. Arlz., Jan 12. —Settlement was
arrival! at In I Up controversy between tbe
city administration and tbe Mountain
States Telephone and Telegraph compa-
ny at tho couneit mooting that was hold
last night III a mannpr that was satisfac-
tory to alt. The »nlt Is to la- postponed
and ultimately discontinued and the com-
pany need uot obtain a franchise.
When the city council met tonight a
proposition from tbe telephone company
was read which offered to move the fire
alarm and police signal boxes to the new
poles of the company when alt shall he
erected, to file an Indemnity bond In $10,-
(loo or SIT,.non and, provided the corpora-
tion commission shall agree to furnish the
city with a free telephone for each 2.000
Upon' consideration of the offer of tbe
company the council decided that the of-
fer embodied all that the clty-coold hope
to obtain and was accepted. When the
application for injunction come* up at
Tombstone a postponement wrB) he asked
and when all the terms o fthe agreement
have been complied with the suit brought
by the city will tie abandoned.
SPECIAL SPANISH DISHES
Served at Sheldon Cafe.
Some folks go around lit search of
Throbs, and neglect their reg-
exact truck elevations near the dike. I Intendedt Is forbidden to dismiss a *tn-
The conference was a satisfactory
one and the emu representing the
various Interests showed a desire to
get together and eo-operato In any
manner possible on the river pro-
Speaking of the shop improve-
ment, General Manager Fox said
that the preliminary affairs to the
beginning of the work were well In
hand; tlifct everybody was working
toward early commencement of the
building operations, and that Indica-
tions were for a beginning (ft con-
struction in the near future.
’’The, ways and means for begin-
ning tho work are now being consid-
ered,” said Fox. "The Job is a big
one and of course we have to arrange
to carry on our regular work while
we are doing the construction.’’
GOOD YEAH IN TEXAS.
New York Railroad Man Talks of
Special to The Timet.
Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 12.—That
the present season Is one of the best
In the history of the state, is (he
opinion of J. H. Denison of New York
traffic manager of the Mallory
Steamship company, wVto was In
Fort Worth yesterday.
During his two days’ visit here
Denison made a ’’personally con-
ducted tour” under the direction of
Rose,ie C’arnrlke, commercial agent
for the Mallory line, and called upon
many of the patrons of the line.
"This season has been a corker,"
said Denison, "if you will let me use
that much slang. We have handled
more than 200,00ft bales of Texas
cotton, which Is a large increase
over the preceding season up to this
More Cotton Used At Home.
’’The Increase In our cotton busl-
ileu! from school, except for these ren
1. Thai ruoli u child - is taught nt home
by n competent teacher In the hrunehe*
taught In the common schools of the
hi H tl*.
2. That he 1*4 Httfiaili)^ « regularly or-
gaiilzed private or parochial *ehool taught
by competent teachers, tbs regular school
hour* for five day* in th<» week, for the
full time that a pub Ik? He boo I la in *<*#!-
Mi on in the district.
3. That ,Hii« h a child I* in physical or
mental condition I a* declared by a com-
petent physlolnii approved by the hoard)
mm to render such alternative Inexpedient
1. That su»li child bus already complet-
ed the grammar .whooi course a* prescrib-
ed by the Htate board of education.
(IN NI NO HA M -COHTELIvO C AHK.
Motion for ItehrarinK and Agreement * in
Special to The Times.
Tombstone. Arlz., Jan. 12. Attorney*
from Ilisbee, Tucwon and Lon Angeles ga-
thered here Friday when the Important
case of (’nnnioghem vs. Costello one* more
came tip before Judge Smith of Yavapai
j county, who had pome from Prescott for
j the hearing. Argument* were devoted to
the motion for a reopening of the case
and to argument* on the questions of law
involved a* they were raised at the trial
and on the brief*
The court heard the motion and argu-
ments thereon for a reopening of the case
that has h!tracted *o much attention from
the prominence of the parties In the min-
ing world of Cochise county. At Aie close
of the arguments on till* motion decision
HOTEL PASO DEL NOHTK.
The dining: room and frill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid-
night Meals served a 1& carte—ex-
The Hums collected at these time* were
small and resulted in deficits In nearly
every ease. #
Illcahy pin show how If Instituted
the budget system In San Antonio.
With It in operation about $75,090 was
collected there. At Seattle, Wash.,
thore whs a fund collected With the
budget system which amounted to
$150,000. lu Portland. Mr. Klcahy
worked for the business organization
sad In Oakland. < *»»!., and Los Angeles
he has assisted In the work ol' tho
Chamber of Commerce.
The members of the board of di-
rectors are anxious to learn the opin-
ion of the business iffu in regard to
I he new system ami a call-, for the
meeting lias been made, Secretary
March Saturday issuing the follow-
ing announcement to member* of tho
organization; "A matter of very great
importance to tin* future of KI Paso
and the business Interests of the city
has developed, and you m'«* urgently
requested to attend a. meeting of the
leading business men at the Chamber
ot Commerce on Monday evening, Jan.
13. at 8 o’clock.
This Is vital and your advice and
counsel me necessary.
BOARD OF 1)1 HECTOK8 KL PA HO
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.”
Hufe P. March, Hecy.
Jan. 11, 1913.
PECOS VALLEY SALOONS.
Ijovlngtoti Get* Two Thirst Parlors,
While Malaga Loses Out.
Special lu The Tlmtn.
Roswell, N. M , Jan. 12. Knowles
lose* her saloon, Malaga loses one,
and Lovtngtou gets to keep her two
booze stores. This is tile opinion of
Judge John T. McClure handed down
yesterday In the district court, al-
though T*s yet the decree has not been
Independent Assay Office
1). W. Kxckhart, K.M., Proprietor.
Agent far Ora 8h!ppara Assays and
Chnmlcal Analysis. Minas Examined
Specialty. ^ ^ #ox 0a
and Raportsd Upon. Bullion Work 4
Office and Laboratory:
Cm. San Praadico A Chihmbaa Sta.
Hnvo your teeth examined
(Uid repaired by competent
dentists. Goa given. ITlces
Byers & Byers
202 Trust Rldg.
Custom Assay Office
CHrrOHETT * FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes A Critchett.
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS.
110 San Francises St.
Pell Phone 834. Auto. Phone 1SS4.
Dr. Smith, Specialist
Rupture, Blood. Skin, Liver, Kid-
ney and Bladder Disease*. Mod-
ern Equipment, 107 San Antonio
Try Solace at Our Expense
Money hack for nny nwe of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or
Headache that Solace
Fails to Relieve.
SOI.A4 E REMEDY is a recent medi- I
cat discovery of three German ecien- i
tietK that neutrallzen I’ric Acid and Pu-
rifies the Blood It Is easy to take, arid I
will not affect tile weakest ctomach.
It In guaranteed under the pure Food
and Drugs U«’ to he absolutely fre«
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SOI.AC E in a pure npeciflr !ri tablet
form and ban been proven beyond ques-
tion to he the aurent and quickest rem-
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medical science, no matter how long
standing it reaches and removes the
root of the trouble (i’ric Acid) and pu-
rlflee the blood.
THE SOLACE CO of Battle Ore-k
are the Sole IT. S. Agents and have
over two thousand voluntary testimo-
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from grateful people SOLACE has re- j
stored to health Testimonial letters, |
literature and FREE BOX sent upon j
li i-ee Morris, president of the First j
National hank of Chico. Texas, wrote I
the Bolace Company at follows;
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to my father in Memphis, Tenn , for j
which I enclose $1 This rernedv has ]
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and I only hope it will benefit my
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Put up in 25c. 50c and 81 00 boxes.
rrs MIGHTY FINE TO BE BELL
A NO TOC CAN SOON BE SO BY TAK-
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ALONE does ta». work Write today
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SOLACE REMEDY CDw RaUVc Creek,
Blue Prints 3c
El Paso Blue Print Co.
602 San Antonio St
The kind necessary In your busi-
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SOITIIWI STI KN PRINTING CO.
I(i:t Clilliiiiilniit Street,
Sacrifice in Valley Farm
294 am**. 2 mi. west of An-
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in fine Htaiwl alfalfa, balance
cleared and cultivated Inst
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with. For particulars see
BUCHOZ SCHUSTER CO.
1st Hotel Sheldon
El Paso, Texas,
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING
E. KRAUSE, Architect
To have a talk with me if you want
to build. And l am sure you will learn
Uoom 19, Morgan Bldg.
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