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Our Fish List.
BL PASO DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY. APRIL 2,
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From Wall Paper News. New York:
"The three primary colors are blue, red aud yellow. To obtain a con
trasting shade with blue, use the complimentary color made by mixing red
and yellow, this gives orange.
To find the contrasting color of red. mix blue and yellow and we haye
green. To find the contrasting color of yellow, mix blue and; reJ and, we have
violet and to discover all other direct contrasts, mix the wq colors of .he
series We haye. for instance, tq the secondary colors, orange. yo&. and,
green. and, one niy proceed, with, further experiments ts wtq Pmay
colors. . .
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EL PASO, TEXAS.
WQQk, HlDi AND PP.kT.
Tileehene 213 Qef-. Fifth and II Pase streets
Verr Fine Large Bloaters . Vt.riS?'
Sized Mackerel 2 for 25c
Fine Fat Medium
Twelve Nice Bright Mackerel in pail ..
Ten, pounds Extra Fat Fancy Mackerel in, pall
.$1.35 per pail.
.,L65 per palL
Fine FeU Milker?
....'..25c per. poud,
n i. i Win. irioW Dwi finnr Cured variety.
Medium Sized Fish. . : : : -. -. . : . . . . . : : : : : : : ScS'
Large Sized Fish, i" vv.
Fun raw mwys
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L&cai Time 8:84 a. m.
iiaibme'tpr . : . .3'd.is
Thrmompt?r ; : : : . ; . '. ' ' . . ..35
Direction of wind . . . . ........West
Velocity Of wind hour Imilesk ; .20
Weather ... . . . . . . .... fclear
Rainfall last 24 hours J inches).;;.:. 0
Highest temperature last 24 hours ..56
Lowest temperature last 24 hours ..34
In rwnnnso to the solicitation
many frends I hereby announce myself
as a candiate for the ofTice of Mayor, at
the ensuing election, subject to the ac
tio nof the democratic convention.
B. F. Hammett.
I . City Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for reelection to the office of
City Treasurer subject to the action
f the democratic city convention.
C. W. Fassett.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for reelection to the office of
City Engineer subject to the action of
the democratic city convention.
George C. Wlraberly.
' Assessor and Collector.
' I hereby announce myself as a candi
dal for reelection to the office of City
Assessor and Collector, subject to the
, action of the ensuing city democratic
convention. J. H. Smith.
MONTHLY HUSIXESS MEETINO
OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB.
The Woman's club will hold its reg
ular monthly business meeting Wed
nesday afternoon. April 10th. at 3:30
The election of officers will take
plaec at this meeting.
The Silver Lear Dancing club will
Klve a dance at Chopin Hall Monday
evening. April 8.
WANTED Position by machinist. Ad
dress George Stahl. care Grand Cen
See El Paso Wall Paper company for
naintlna. No. 103 Myrtle avenue. Tel
at Natatorlum Turkish
Water Color Pictures original di
rect from artist. Low price.1, at
Blakesley 4b Freeman.
See New Century Wall Paper at El
Paso Wall Paper company. Telephone
Dr. J. C. Rechy cures all diseases of
the lungs, and especially pneumonia,
bronchitis and pulmonary tuberculosis
in the first degree. 518 South Stanton
All candidates and delegates to the
city democratic convention are hereby
notified that the very latest styles of
harness, and suntmer horse, goods
at lowest cash prices will be found at
the West Texas Saddlery Co., 214 a
FOR A FEW DAYS I WILL SELL
I Hurd's and
at prices one-hrlf the values.
This sale is to reduce my large stock of pars.
It will pay you to buy NOW.
t 103 El Paso St.
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THE VERV LATEST
That Elegant Cut Glass Punch Set
(26 pieces) is not yet sold but It Is now
very cheap and getting less at the rate
of ,i.00 each day. Pon t wait too long.
M I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
at the hotels.
SHELDON: G. W. Merrill. Luke
Dow. Jas Sitler. Boquillas; W. I Stov
ell. Baltimore: C. L. Stebbins. Boston.
Kohlman. New Orleans; A. C. Mel-
lar. New York; Carlos Menier. isew
York: A. E. Towle. Gomel Palacia: m.
W. Joss. San Francisco: Carlos Meis
lahn. Aguaacalientes; C. A. Ament.
Deming; J. B. Shea. San Francisco;
Sam U Bean. New York; T. U. Morris.
San Francisco; R. S. Vickers. Monte
luma; R. E. Parnell. J. M. Rice. Chi
cago; O. P. Jones. Kansas City: W. B.
Cross. Dallas; Geo. E. Bruggs. Bostow
Jno. J. Cochran. St. Louis; H. W. Wer-
use. St. Louis; C. Pfeirrer. Of aiion.ui;
C. L. Shear. Washington: C. L. Meigs.
FRANCIS: L. C. Goodmnn. San An-
gelo; J. I. Norrls. Nevada, mo.; jno. j.
Noonan. Portland : u. ii. i r".
saa City: F. T. Evans. Alamogordo;
Henry Terrell and wife. San Antonio:
Jas. T. Manning. St. Paul; R. S. Leper
and wife. Chicago: James F. Lyons.
Las Vegas: O. M. Ienn. Beaumont:
Cicero Jones. Trinity: A. B. Wadley.
Denver: M. C. Iothman. San Francls
n M Turnev. Ieadvllle. Col.; Jas.
F. Budd. Buffalo: S. B. Fox and wife.
Detroit: R. C. Moore and brother. Kan
ANNOUNCEM E NT.
vk HRRRWITH BEG TO NOTIFY
THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL THAT
o i n WIESZ THE TAILOR. IS
ABSOLUTELY IN NO WAY CONNEC
TED WITH VS.
THE WHITE HOUSE.
District Attorney Terrell came In this
morning to attend federal court.
Harry Weed Is In town. Mr. Weed
Is the 300-pound drummer, whom near
ly everybody in the west and south
west knows. For thirty-seven years he
has traveled In these sections of coun
try and Is very popular wherever he Is
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished rooms. 717 Wyoming street,
between Ochoa and Virginia streets.
Railway tickets bought, sold and ex
changed. Cut rates to all points.
Members of American Ticket Brokers
Stlberberg Bros., the Ticket Brokers.
102 San Antonio street, next to First
Grand Central nice
"Nai.sdft" serpent braeeles
GUh rrletai fobs ahd chains
in san antonio street, t
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FUNERAL OF DR. DAVIS TO
BE HELD TOMORROW.
Davis Was For Several Years Sur
geon of the Mexican Central, and
Lately Has Been in Mining.
The funeral of Dr. Charles F. Davis
win take place from Nagley. Lyons and
McBean's undertaking establishment to
the church of Immaculate Conception
tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. and the body
will be burled In Evergreen cemetery.
Dr. Davis died on Wednesday of last
week and the botly has been held await
ing th arrival of his nephew. Mr. Cox.
a mining man. Mr. cox arriveu louay
and has made preparations for the
body to be buried as above stated.
Dr. Davis was for several years sur
Keon of the Mexican Central railway.
For the past twelve years he has been
Interested in the mining business with
Pat Durack. Mr. Durack Is In the rlty
assisting in straightening up the affairs
of Dr. Davis and will turn everything
over to bis heirs.
Deceased has made his home in Juar
ex with Louis Fenchler for the past
LORD SALISBURY WILL RETIRE AS
SOON AS HE COMPLETES THE
LONDON. April 2 The retirement
of Lord Salisbury will take place as
goon as the budftet speechhas been de
livered, the civil list sanctioned, and
financial support for the fiscal year ar
ranged. It is reported on high auth
ority that Balfour will be elevated to
the peerage and will succeed his uncle
as prime minister.
Other Important changes lit the cab
inet will be made at the same time, it
OFFICERS APPOINTED BY GOVER
NOR OTERO FOR NEWLY
I Special to The Herald.
SANTA FE. N. M., April 2. tiover
nor Otero has appointed the following
officers of Luna county: N. A. Bolich.
J. P. Byron, WUllam M. Taylor, com
missioners; Joseph Kelly, treasurer:
Edward Pennington, assessor: B. Y.
McKeys. probate clerk: William R.
Merrill, probate judge: Clprlana Baca,
sheriff; V. F. Duff, superintendent of
t-chools; Julius Rosch, surveyor.
THE REPORT OF THE BUBONIC
PLAGUE COMMISSION ANNOUN
CES A TOTAL OF TEN.
WASHINGTON. April 2 The report
of the rommission appointed by the
marine hospital to inquire into the
plague situation announces today that
there has leen only ten cases In San
No other points were affected.
WACO PEOPLE VOTING ON PROltV
SITION TO TAKE OVER WATER
AND LIGHT PLANTS.
SMM-lal to Th Herald.
WACO. Texas. April 2. The munici
pal ebM-tlon is In pronrew today. Tho
MNpl are also voting on the proitosi
tion for the municipal ownership of
water, which H almost sure
The lioard of director of the Kl
hho Street Car comnany hebl a meet
ing this afternoon and elected officers
for the ensuing year. The ofT.rera e!er
ed are Mas Weber, president: J. V.
Ramsey, vice president: J.. II. Mapper,
secretanr and treasurer, and directors
'Judge McOoffln. Krittcm Haris. and In
It was decided to oMam estimates
upon the rnst of installing aa rle-trt-str--
rr rtesr. tad s-r--ir
it ill v ip t. u tr
Whieh lias ftb enUii
ia iWisvitf a Uy, will fcottu
rnerice id arrive this week.
We have contracted for
the entire crop.
This asparagus is too
well known to need com
ment. Leave your order as
earjy as possible, as the
crop is not large.
l HOWARD & MTHETRIDGE, J
X Phone 377,
210 St Louis St
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J. H. Nations
Meat and Supply Co.
214 San Antonio Street.
Telephone No. 138
WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF
Kansas City Meats; also local
Meat slaughtered at Our
Own Slaughter House Fish.
Poultry and Game in Season.
Special Attention to
Shipping Orders Out
side of the City,
HEALTH FL ICE MADE OF DISTILL
The Consumers Ice Company la In
creasing Its Ice manufacturing capa
city to 75 tons per day ACTUAL CA
PACITY. Machinery up-to-date in ev
ery detail with the view of making
pure Ice. .Is being put In now.
Particular attention will be given to
the prompt delivery of family orders.
Our prices are guaranteed to be as low
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
Telephone orders receive prompt at
tention. Phone No. 88.
Consumers' Ice & Cold Storage Co.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
The Membership Committee la Meet
inn With CoisMerable Succe.
V. S. Stewart. A. Courchesne. and E.
Kohlberg. a committee appointed by
the chamber of commence to call on
the business men of the city and en
deavor to enlist them as members of(
the chamber, report that they have re
ceived most Rratifylng encouragement
from thoe they call upon. The mem
bership Is now classified accouling to
the amount of dues paid, being Class A.
$10: Clasti It. $3: Class C. $2.50. and
class I). $1 a month respectively. Thi-1
puts a membership within the reach of
every business man. and it is hopc.l
that "by reason of this Increased mem- I
tiershln much more effective work rn '
Ih accomplished lu the future titnn has
been done in the past.
CENTER IU.OCK HOTE:
Nu open to the traveling onb'ic.
New management, new furnishtugs.
IU IIs. electric lights, hot an. I cold
baths. Remodeled and relitted ttroigh
ont. European plan, rates WV t $2 on
J. R. Kik. rr.
Mads from distilled water. Ask your
family physician or druggist at to ths
parity and healthfullness ot our Ic.
Telephone No. 14.
El Paso Ice and Kemgerator tsv.
Mrs. J- II. Comstork. the Cor A. ass
cut Bowers, prmed plants. an flora!
! .-yoratlor. 'Phone 41X
91 JT n
No Other Rubber
' l rtA8g AS TRNS
No Other Hose,
WILL 1-.AST A 1-.N6
Klectric Seamless ferowtMl Itat
Krakauer, Zork & Moye f
BAVK YOU A
HARNESS AND ACCESSORIES. We also han
dle FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION,
305 N. Oregon St.
G. A. KASEAUN,
Successor to O' Brian Coal Co.
ST. LOUIS ST.. El Paso. Texas. Phone8.
Dealers In Lime. Cement. Plaster and Hair, Mineral Paints and Mortar
Colors. Roofing Pitch. Tarred Felt and Sheathing Paper.
Paints, Oils and Window Glass
A full stock
W. A. IRVIN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS.
Established 1881. 1 13 El Paso Street.
$2.50 to 14.00 per day. Special rates by week or month. Facing city
park. Passenger elevator. Hot and cold water in rooms. Rooms with
bath. Rooms single or en suite. Elegant dining rooms and the best meals In
the ctty. Large sample room.
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EL PASO COFFIN
Embalmers and Funeral Directors. . EMERSON BERRIEN. Props.
Chapel and Parlors at 408 El Paso Street.
Lady assistant. Night calls promptly an swered.
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Seasoaable fee Furriiis
Special Inducements ' I
. The latest in Portieres, just the thing tor Indian effects Fine as
sortment of Lace Curtains. Window Shades to harmonise with any and
all colorings. We probably have the largest line of Tinted Window
Shades ever shown in this city. We are always glad take oar color
book to your residence and make estimates oa shade wort. We like T
to do work for people who are particular.
Try one of our Porcelain lined 'SITKA
REFRIGERATORS. They cost no more
than the common kind.
315 El Paso St.
004k04K) 0 4K-t000KK) 0 00O000
tf so We can furnish
you with SADDLES,
EL PASO, TEXAS
Coal and Wood
'Hay and Grain
CHAS. DeGROFF. Prop.
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AND CASKET CO. t
71 3 rings. J
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