El Paso Herald from El Paso, Texas on June 26, 1915 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

El Paso Herald from El Paso, Texas · Page 11

El Paso, Texas
Issue Date:
Saturday, June 26, 1915
Page 11
Start Free Trial

PASO HERAID Week-End Edition, June 26-27, 1915. Dances. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker entertained the Athen.s Dancing- clul) Friday ni?2:ht at their home in (Jrand View addition. Mrs. Forest Baker and Mis.s Vivian Sheay were the hostesse.s for the dance. A color schema of red, white and blue w^as carried out in the decorations and in the ice course ser\ ed. in view of the approaching- 4th. Punch was served between the dances. Those present were Mr. and IMrs. J. E. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Baker, Mr. an»l Mrs. G. E. Mead, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tcnny- well, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Forbes, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ro?CKcnbuck, :\Iisses Eleanor Rosg’cnbuck, Marjorie Gooch, Bess Roberts, Elmira Mead, p:ieanor Brown, Fay Woods, Goldie Wau^hn; Messrs. Lawrence Shea, Guj' Holliday, Hart Woods and Leslie Reed. Open Air <|uien Sabe Dance, Be at i:ik’s club Monday night between 7;n0 and 8:30 to take an auto excursion to Ysleta to Quien Sabe dance. Round trip 25c per person. The public is invited.—,\ddvertisement. MOST POWERFUL WOMAN IN GERMANY I • • Out Of Town Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ilays of Denver are stopping in El Paso a few days visitin.g iriends, en route to California. Miss Elizabeth Cunningham, who has been stopping over in P"1 Paso a lew days, left Friday for Bisbee, Ariz., where she will make her future home. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyd, of Government Hill, have as their guests, Dr. C. P. Austin, of Little Rock, Ark., who will visit here for a few days. Miss Elizabeth Bernard, of Mobile, Ala., is visiting her brother, i^’rank Bernard, for a few days Mr. Bernard will accompany his sister to San i^ ran- cisco to attend the exposition. Miss Esther Rice has as her guests Miss Dorothy McCullough and .lames McCullough, of Berkeley, Cal., w’ho will visit in the city for a few days. Phil McLaughlin, of Chihuahua, is in the city to visit his sister, Mrs. Letitia V. Taylor, of New York, and accompany her to Chihuahua. She will spend several months there as the guest of her brother and mother. • — -.'5 3 BÜILT FUGUE S; m Dr. Hugh Crouse Plans Medical Building to House All Branches of the Profession; Will Be Six or Eight Stories; Victor Carusso to Build a Warehouse Which W ill Cost $25,000. You Save One-Half Here on These Three Articles These astonishing» low prices on Duofold Conches, Jirass Beds and Kitchen Cabinets tell why this is “The Store that Saves yon Money.” E L PASO doctors, druggists and dentists are going to give the city a new claim to fame by the erection of a six or eight story medical building, to cost approximately $140,000, devoted exclusively to the three branches of the medical profession—dentistry, pharmacy and medicine. The new building w'ill be built on the northwest corner light s.vstem being installed among other improvements. The work, which is being done for the .lames L. Marr company will cost $11,000. Siininiit riace Sell« Fa.«»t. The Seay-Cranfill company, which placed Summit place on the market, reports many sales during the week". A number of in(iuiries from out-of-tow’n have been received by the company. One purchaser has made his first payment from Mapimi, Mex., and another. DUOFOLD COUCHES Upholsieed In Genuine Spanish Leather; solid oak frame; fumed finish; regular $42.50 value. Our price $30.50 J site of the Johnstone house. It will be constructed of reinforced concrete. Dr. Hugh Crouse, originator of the plan Mrs. M. S. Bauman, 921 Olive street. « and purchaser of the property for $35,is expecting Miss Bertha Fessman and noo outlined the proposal Fridav after- at San Luis. Potosi, has asked for the Mexican agency of the firm. O. E. Glenn is building a six room bungalow in Kern place to cost $4000. V Wlien the war had fairly started and it was evident that the British had planne<l to starve ont (Jerniany, one of the first acts of the German government was to take steps toward the conservation of the food supply. Frau Hedwig Heyl, known as “the most powerful woman in Germany,” was called into conference. The result? Five separate and distinct cook books, one for each section of Germany; the east, west, north, south and central. Each book pives recipes for using the products grown in that particular section of Germany. Even a recipe for making horse flesh palatable is given. Besides being an expert on food values, Frau ileyl is ojie of the foremost educators in the (>rman empire. She is the founder of the Pastalozzi-Frobel house and Model Seminary, the Cooking and Housekeeping school, the Jungerheim, a home for young people where all sorts of useful handicraft are taught. She is a close friend of the kaiserin and crown princess and has aided them in their war work. Miss Sophie Fessman. of Eagle I’ass, Tex., the first part of the coming week. After visiting in El Paso for a few days, the Misses Fessman will go to California to spend the remainder of the summer. Among the many new arrivals, coming here to make this city their home, are Mr. and ZVIrs. Will P. Brady, formerly of Pecos, where Mr. Brady was the district attorney for the past six years. They are well known here, h.av- ing visited their .«¡ister, Mrs. Dan White, a number of times during the past few years. ]\ir. Brady has opened offices in the First National bank building and has rented the Stanley Bevan house at 709 Noble street for a residence. * * * Lodges and Cluhs. The Young Men’s Hebrew association will give another .«ocial entertainment on Sunday night in their club hall on San Francisco street. A varied program has been arranged for the occasion, including several sketches and musical numbers. A mock-trial will be given by 12 members of the club. The El Paso hive. No. 42. of the Mac­ cabees of the World, will hold their usual monthly social in the K. P. hall tonight at 8 oclock. Cards and dancing will be enjoyed. The committee for the evening is composed of Mrs. Margaret Black, Mrs. Lillian .Tockson, Mrs. Lennie Werle, :Mrs. Annie O’Rear and Mrs. Mala ■Wimber. Light refreshments will be served. The Georgian picnic will be given tonight at Ysleta. The affair is in charge of J. D. Ponder. .Tohn M. Wyatt. W. C. Porter, C. R. Russell and .T. M. Nealon. The picnic will begin at 5 oclock. At 7 oclock the watermelons will be cut and after this dancing and games of various kinds will be enjoyed. Among the El Pasoans who are formerly from Georeria are the following Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Trotti, Mr. ajid Mrs. F. J. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Zach Lamar Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wingo, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. .Tackson, Mr. and Mrs. H. T>. Camp, Mr. and Mrs. W, I". Carre, Mr. and Mrs. H. Y Ellis, ^ »• *. . . . , ^ , Mr. and Mrs. ,T. E. Macon, Mr. and Mrs. I Investigation is now being made of the M. W. Stanton. Dr. and Mrs. P. H. modern builtin features for den- Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson, tists’ offices and will he incorporated Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Russell. Mr. and Mrs. "^o the structure. Tt is the belief of W. C. Potter, Mesdames Otis Coles, the medical men interested in the pro- Anna Shackleford. C. C. Crews, C. P. this proposition will draw the Brown, Miss J. Mitchell. Miss Augusta ^'ttention of the medical world to El Ann Reese. Messrs. Russel ^litchell. Smith Whitman. Dick Newman, Harry Owsley, H. W. Peacock. Lee Crews and others. * * * proposal noon, “The new medical building,” he said, “will be devoted exclusively to the bf*- fices of doctors, dentists and druggists. This is not a money making scheme. All the stock issued by the company which will erect the building will be sold only to physicians and their colleagues in the medical profession—dentists and druggists. This plan has been tried out in I'hiladelphia, Memphis, Dallas, Kansas City and San Francisco and has proved a big boon to both the public and the medical men. "W'e ha\ e not decided yet whether to build an eight story or six story building. IjiWrnry anil 3liiNeum< “The new building will have a free assembly room and library for the use of the El Paso County Medical society. The librar.v room will be <lonated for the permanent housing of the splendid library already in the possession of the society, which is one of the finest libraries in the south, it contains 8000 volumes and is constantly growing. Then there will be a pathelogical museum. A private citizen living near the site of the new buildip^ has promised to donate $500 toward the establishment of the museum if we build a six story structure or $1000 if we make it eight stories. “The building will be ventilated by cool, washed air and will have a complete inter communicating telephone system. There will be an operating room on ever.v other room for the use of the tenants who have minor operations to perform. Two trained nurses will be in constant attendance in the building. The library will be in charge of an experienced librarian. Every office will contain a safety deposit vault, where the doctors can keep their records. I’asteur Inntitiite Included. “The Pastetir institute and a local drug store have already spoken for space. A large dental supply house iilso has made reservation. A complete X-rav equipment and photographic facilities will be installed Laboratories .'^aiuraay murning lur »o-,uuu. are also to be housed in the buildintr. ’«’^en Gus Zork bought the two story brick building on the alley between Stanton and Kansas streets, on the south side of Texas y^treet. The sale was made by James L. Marr John Wood is also building a home in the Kern place addition to cost $3500. It will be located on I’ark road, ^ AVork was begun during the week on a home for Walter Spelte on San Jose street, in the Manhattan heights addition. It will cost $o000. Deniaml tor Iteiital llousen. Realty men report that, despite the numner of persons leaving the city, ■ there are less for rent houses at this time than during any previous sum- , mer season. This is explained by the fact that many persons are coming to El I’aso to make their homes and the demand has been so great that, even ; with the surnm<‘r exodus, the supply is i still too small to meet the demand. Many homes have recently been built by cattlemen who have come to this city to live. i AValter I.onsr B ujm nuildinK-> I Walter Lon>?- has bought the Eckman Iftiilding at the corner of Kansas and Overland street from R. C. Semple for $36,000. The building has a frontage of 36 feet on Overland ‘street and is three stories high. It is now occupied by a store on the first floor and by the labor unions on the second and third floors. The building will be improved with a fourth story and the interior will be refini.«:hed at a total cost | of $10,000. The sale was made by ' Broaddus & I.«eBaron, who also sold to Mr. Semple 100 acres of land at San Elizario for $16,000. George R. LeBaron has bought 15 acres of land from Cyrus Jones four miles down the county road and is planning to build a residence for himself on it. He paid $20,000 for the tract and it will be made a suburban residence d'istrict. In exchange Cj'rus Jones has bought of George I^Baron 300 acres of land at Tornillo, Tex., for $15,000. Brass Beds Brass Beds, like cut, with 2-inch post, satin finish; regular $18.50 value. Our 1 1 2*^ price ............................. JL A • «t-/ Kitchen Cabinets Kitchen Cabinets that can’t be bought anywhere else for less than $32.00. An inspection will convince you this is absolutely the best furniture value in El Paso. Our price only.. $22 y New Furniture Exchanged for Old. WESTERN FURNITURE CO. Opposite Grecian Theater. Phone 1482 40 FEET ON TEXAS SELLS FOR $32,000 Forty feet frontage on Texas street sold Saturday morning for $32,000, A utomohiling. r THE UNUSUAL GIFT MAY BE HAD AT EXCLUSIVE ART SHOP Gift Suggestions You will find a beautiful collection of artistic importations, directly from European and Oriental Art centers in this establishment. Also from Mexico and the Indian reservations Dainty bits of art pottery in a hundred novel subjects of distinctly individual character are displayed at surprisingly moderate prices. Exquisite hand-embroidered designs of Madiera linens in various charming patterns from dainty tiny handlcerchiefs to luncheon sets and table coverings. A few lovely imported Japanese Kimonos and Mandarin Coats in both silk and linen styles. The Japanese creations of embroidered birds and floral decorations are recognized throughout the world as the most exquisitely graceful and true to nature designs of the world. A fishing party, made up of Will Walz, Lee Newman, J. Shackelford and Grover Smith, has returned ’from a trip to Roswell and th-? P>onita river, north of Roswell. The trip was made in Mr. Walz’s car. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. .Tohnson and daughters. Miss Margaret Johnson and Marjorie Johnson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Price, will leave Sunday morning b.v auto for a camping trip of two weeks on the Ruidoso. The parcy Paso, for no other city of this size in the country will have anythink like it.” & Co., and Mr. Zork expects to erect a business building on the site as soon as the lease oxrires, which will be within the next year. PlanM $ 25 .IKU> ’Warehouse. Plans were completed this week by Trost & Trost for a $25.000 warehouse to be built by Victor Caruso. Work on two new apartment houses, costing $6000 and $4500, was started during the v.'eek and contractors also began the remodeling of the Patterson building, at Broadway and San Antonio street, which will cost about $11,000. The Caruso warehouse is being built for occupancy by the Sam Goodman Co. It will be of brick and concrete and will be two stories in height. DAILY RECORD ground occupied, which is located at Sixth and El Paso streets and has trackage facilities, is 60 by 120 feet. Buildinc: 'Termits. To E. V. Berrien to build a tile and cement outbuilding: at 1215 Magoffin avenue; estimated cost $200. To Nicolas Abraham to build an adobe warehouse on lots -7 and 28, block 5, Kast Ei Pa.'so addition; estimatea cost $900. To A. Goiaez, to build an adobe dwelling on lots 3, 4 and 5, block 4S, Campbell addition; e.=stimated cost $50. ____ To Fisk« & Ramsey, to make general re- The * pairs at 810 Texa.«» street; estimated cost $600. will return by way of Cloudcroft. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mosley and sons, William Mosley and Howard Mosley, have returned from a four weeks’ overland trip in Mr. Mosley’s Ford. 'i'he party visited points in New .Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma and Colorado. They report the roads in a very good condition. * * * Parties. Little Miss Alma TTuddleston was the hostess at a party Friday afternoon at her home on Dyer street, in honor of little Miss Margaret Wood, who is her house guest. Games were enjoyed during the afternoon, after which an ice course was served to the guests. The dining table was prettily decorated with pink and white sweet peas. The plane cards were hand painted with tulips on them. The guests were Margaret Wood, Fern Mahoney, Helen Youngberg and Lorrine Moore. Dead man in the window of the El Paso Book Co., Mills Bldg. Handy.”—Advertisement. l>eeds i'iled. El Pa.'io county land»—IT. E. Seay to J. P. Mullin, lot.s 1 and 2, block D., Chri.sty tract, n i i ■ two and one-half miles north of Yates; con- The building will b^ equipped with a | .ja.ration $500; June 12, 1915. Lots in Morning Side HeiRhta addition—• large freight elevator and will have facilities for rapid loading and unloading. Churoh Ruild.H Apartment. •Toll^ <Sr Morris have 1>een awarded the contract by the Spanish Methodist P^piscopal church for the building of a 12 apartment building at the corner of Tays and Fifth streets. The building will be two stories in height atui will contain 24 rooms. It will occupy a plot 30 by 75.6 feet and will be built of brick. Plans for the apartment, which will cost $4500, were drawn by Trost & Trost. Jolly & Morris started work during the week on an apartment house on Myrtle avenue, near Dallas street, that is being built for :\Irs. C. F. Leary. Each apartment will contain fmir rooms and the building will be two stories in height and will have four apartments and will cost $6000. The same firm began work during the week on the remodeling of the Patterson building. Instead of two there will i>e f three stores on the ground floor and “It’.s * the tw'o upper floors will be completely remodeled, a new plumbing and electric The Perfect Player Piano Gift-seekers who prefer something outside of the conventional subjects, find delightfully new and quaint ideas here. A visit to this unusual art establishment will prove thoroughly fascinating and enjoyable. Visitors are ALWAYS WELCOME. or oe Beach’s Art Shop City National Bank Building. Phone 601 Let us show you the maiiv exehisive filatures of T3he ^yipoiio The most eminent musiriaus are uiiaiil- mous ill declaring it the most artistically responsive of all player pianos. Sold ex- clusivelv in this territo]*v hv Dunn’s Music Store 401 San Antoino St. Morning Side Heights Realty company toC. M. Xewman an<l C. J. Mapel, lots 17 to 32, inclusive, block 3; lots 14 to 23 inclusive, bltick 18; lot.'i 20 to 24 inclusive, block 4 ; and lots 15 and 16, block 26; Morning Side lleighi.H addition $10 and other considerations; June s, 1H15. Bouth side of San Diego street, between Cotton and Oiiio avenues—Highland Realty company to Violet M. Anderson, lot 27, block 47, Highland Park addition; consideration $10; March 1, 1913. Automobile« IJoensed. 3759—Jose .1. :SLontes, San Elizarlo, Texas; five passenger Knger. 3760—S. A. Pelton, Sheldon hotel; five passenger Ford. 3761—^Vm. J. Moran, Cambridge and llapper streets; five passenger Reo. 37 62—I'harles M. Lewis, :i3i'0 Federal street; Thor motorcycle. 3763—S. H. Kiigers, 1100 Wyoming street; five passenger Buirk. 3764—O. B. IJttlf. i;3i'9 Myrtle avenue; seven passenger Studebaker. 376j—Minnie L. Bu-banan, 1015 Stanton street; five passengtr Ford. l^lcensed to Wed. II. Board to Ruth «'landy. Deaths. Petta Gar< ia, murty hospital, June 25, aged IS years; burial Concordia cemetery, June ::6. James Gilbert Forest Hess, 700 North Sap- ta Fe street. June I'vod one year; burial Concordia cemetery, .lune 25. Guilkrmo Arelluiu», 117 East Seventh street, June I.’,'), aged .six liuurs; burial Concordia cemetery, June -6. .Jacinto Gil, 3i; Nevtnth street, June 24, aged 36 years, burial Concordia cemetery, June 2.'). Fretl \V. Rusrr, San Antonio, Texas, June "2, aged s:. ytar.s, burial Evergreen cemetery, Juno 2.‘>. I>anlfi :Mariinez. lll.> Fifth street, June 24, aged one hour, burial Concordia cemetery. June Aureliano Reinigio. 1010 Santa Fe street, .Tune L’4. ag.-d one year; burial Concordia < enietr-ry, June 2.'>. l.ii.' iana Gari'ia, M r> South Ochoa street, .iune -4, aged 4 2 years; burial Concordia I ‘ lin tcry. June 25. WalU'r C'dllin.'^, L'OT) l^iist Fourth street, • lune 24, ;;Ked lo ini)nih.s, burial Concordia :finetery, June 2,'.. Hirlh>—M.ih*. To Mrs. Joi-e Ar. iiam>. S«. vonth anti Oregon streets, June 2:.. To .Mrs. Fr..ni i.si o B. Dominguez, 602 South \'irginia street, June 21. To Mrs. Alfreiio Margain, 543 Magoffin a\rnue, June in. liirths—Female. To Mrs. l‘cdro ^Martinez, 1121 El Paso street, June 24. SUMMER VACATION STYLES ARE NOW READY IN McC.VLL PATTEENS The Newest Summer Fashions are accurately described and beautifully illustrated in the now M c C all Patterns and Fashion Publications Now On Sale McC.Ml Tattern* 6615-6619. We are oñer- iag 44 other attncúve new July desigas. A Cn- ▼esicBt Skirt ■■dl BI som McCall Patterns 6605-6636, Ti of the 46 new July designs. WATCH THE SPECIAL PIECE-GOODS SALES^ and make stylish but economical clothes yourself. The present Fashions are easy to drape, and McCall Patterns insure the smartest styles and a perfect fit. the summer :mcCall book: of FAsmoxs today THE BOSTON STORE J- STOLAROFF El Paso, Texas DOMINGO MONTOYA JURY DISAGREES Unable to agree, after deliberating all night, the jury in the Domingo Montoya case was discharged Saturday morning by judge Dan M. Jackson in the 34th district court. The jury is said to have stood 10 for conviction and two for acquittal, but ; wvre unable to reach a verdict and | were dismissed, Tiie case will have to ; be tried again. | Montoya was charged with alleged ; criminal assault on Josefina Hernandez, a .Mexican girl who came here from ■ lias Cruces. The defeni-t* introduced ' evidence to prove that the girl was more than 13 years of age, which is , “the age of consent" in Texas. Mon- I toya is c' unty constable. i'l T 0\ \ \('V\T l.OTS, II. 11. HOVI) St.VYS Ti. Ti. T^oyd h;»s a goon suguestion for tlie iu-iiutifioation of the city, and, at the .same time, tlie reduction of the niiml'er of mosquitoes and flies in the < ity. He sa>s Ibi- city should order all o* the \vt I d.s .•intl grass eut on the va* < ant lots of the city. “This would improve the looks of the eity and would give tht‘ apr.earatice of order \shieh impresses strangers so forcibly,” said Mr. Hoyd. ‘ “It would also mean the reduction in the number of flies and mosnuitoes, for tlie tall grnss and wet ds are breeding places for these. M.any of the corner lots are being held for increased prices and aio ovrrgrown witii weeds. They sliould he ordered cut at once.” 13,0C0 CHILDREN IN CITY WHO ARE OF SCHOOL AGE A total of 13,000 children of school age is expected to be imduded in the census rolls for li^l Faso which will close on June 28 and will be forwartl 'd to Austin on July 1. F. H. Sawyer, school auditor, says there still remains many cliildren school age who have not been include i j in the census lists and he is anxious to have every cliild of school age en- | tered. as it will mean more tlian j cacli to the school tunds for next > ear. j The advance estimates show that in | incrt;vse of from IL'OO to ir*(>0 nani‘''3 | will be shown by the rolls. The school board has asked for bids on SOO tons of c<*al to be used by th^* schools in the city during the next school year. China, Crockery, Glassware The China Palace Co. 112 San Antonio St NEW ORDINANCE REGULATING FREE GARBAGE COLLECTION City attorney W. H. Ware is preparing a now ordinance to regulate the collection of garbage. The present free collection of garbage in the city is being made in sinte of an ordinance rC(iuiring the property vtwiuMs to pay fo! the gaj bage i ollectiisn. The new onlinanct will specify tim the. fret' (‘filhu tit>n ,>f u i. l';-- i' will -e continued, but rt ;.;ulat.i>ns will i-e ni- < !u<led in t tH' ordinandi' to prevent t ' city from iinpo^u'd upon t - liroperty ownor/> Resinol clears away pimples Pimples and blackhead.s disappear, unsightly complexions become clean, clear, and velvety, and hair health and beauty are promoted by the regular use of Resinol Soap and an occasional ap]ilication of Resinol Ointment. These siHnhing, hfaling preparativ>ns do their work easily, quickly ami at little cost, when even the most ex [tensive cosmetics and comj^iicated beavity treatments fail. Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap heal ecxenia ard odicr skin friir't' t.s, stop itching instantly, and are m- st valtulde for d.indruff, sores, wouiids, etc. Sold by all druggrists. Face Value Superfluous hair and moles removed. Wrinkles, holU>w' or sagging cheeks, baggy eyelids, signs of age, illness or grief all iiui 'kly corrected. I’hone SOI. The only expert r*ermatologist to stay in Kl I’aso and give you the benefit (^f tw> Ive years’ experience. GRACE A. BENSON OiTiet* 20, II !dlt‘nl)cek Hotel. I

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free