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Monday, January 3, 1910.
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Second Week or Consolidated 5
Toasteretts, per box 25c
Whole Wheat Wafers, box. .25c
Wheat Germs, per box 25c
Educator Assorted, per box. 25c
Rye Cookies, per box. ...".. .25c
Barley Wafers, per box 25c
: Bran Cookies, per box 30c
Baby Educators for teething . . . 25c
Qano's, per box 50 lbs $2.50
Ben Davis, fancy, per box 50 lbs $2.50
Ben Davis, choice, per box 50 lbs $2.00
Put up in stone crocks, each
New Mince Meat in glass jars
FRESH OYSTERS -wr
I 1 Fi I ill ll i Iv1 It YJ i ?J
Phone 151. 210-212
El PaSO Corporations MllSt (
Write to Austin to Web
ster Flanagan for the Nee-1
In accordance with the new excise
tax on corporations, joint stock com
panies, associations and insurance com
panies, imposed by an act of Aug. 5,
1909, all such companies must make
statements of last year's net income on
or before exarch 1. El Paso comes un
der the jurisdiction of Webster Flana
gan, collector of inTernal revenue, sta
tolned at Austin, Texas. Blanks may
be obtained from that official by mail,
and return must be made to him before
the above date. The law makes it the
duty of corporations to secure these
blanks and make report.
TZTW rTrlll ?T -?klvi- of-AnV a nn I
p.ny or association having: a capital
r 25 Gsnts a ?ound
15 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELIr, Mgr.
206 If. Oreon St Phone 347
Broken Lots of
Kid, Calf and Pat
ent Leather, worth
$5. SO, $6 and $6.50
all go at
COIPHTION TAX 1ST BE PI TO
UNJTED STATES, HON TB 00 IT
Texas St. Auto 1151.
ft0ck presented by shares, as well as
insurance companies, is snhipot tn rav
annually a special tax equivalent to 1
percent upon the entire net income
more than $5000 received from all
sources during- the vear' Th?c -.-
i ever, is exclusive nf nmnunrc rani
as dividends upon stock of other taxa-
1 uie concerns. The tax does not apply
h.u iaoor, agricultural or horticultural
orgranizatoins, or to fraternal benefi
ciary societies, domestic building and
loan associations, nor to those of a re
ligious, charitable or educational char
acter. HOTEL AEEIVALS.
St. Regis: M. A. Goldstein. New "Fork;
Alice Kennard, Los Angeles. Cal.; V
G. Curry, Nova Scotia; E. M. Cnrry,
Kv - "R "R r9ihna ,. -, ATI.. .r .
L. ClapD. Hatch. X. r r r pi,.
man, New York: Fred J. Elliott aioho
Ariz.; William Golghin, Kansas City,
ilo.; TV. P. Bullock, Kansas Citv, Mo.;
Mrs. F. O. Driscoll. Kansas City, Slo.;
E. A. "Wayne, Silver City, X. T.L; F. T.
Kaldenberg. New York; H. A. Smith,
BIsbee, Ariz.; Adolph Hellers. Chicago,
111.; C. J. TYoodrurf and mother. Mexico
City; J. D. Rankin, St. . Louis; Mo..
Miss Chibains and Tnald. London, Eng
land: George H. Clark, Lincoln. Neb.;
G. Manerie Lincoln. Neb.; B. A. Youker
and wife. Des Moines, la.; S. Colin and
wife, San Francisco. Cal.; M. D. TVItt
mer and Miss Wittmer. Las Cruces,
New Mesico; C. xfaan. Kansas
City. Mo.; J. M. Bonsari. Dauglas,
Ariz.; Henry Claus and '"wife. Brooklvn,
N. Y.; R. M. "Vilcox. Las Cruces, N. M,;
VT. F. Schaphorst. Las Cruces, N. M.;
P. H. Bailey and wife. La Union, N. M.;
F E. Epafla. New Orleans. La.; C. L.
Ament and wife. Cincinnati. O.; A. S.
J. Gaffrey. New York city; H". A. Schus
ter and wife. Arizona; L. G. Pine, New
York city; Marcus L Hurles, New'York
city; C. Kipp and wife. Globe, Ariz.
Zeigr "Welch McGinnis, Engle. N.
M.; J. A. Banchard. Houston. Tex.; A. S.
Housen. Casas Grandes, Mex.; A. A.
Lelevier. Guaymas. Son.; William P. La
pointe. Las Cruces, N. M.; Miss Eliza
beth Witmer, Las qruces. N. M.; W. L.
Witmer. Las Cruces, N. M.; A. J. Kiefe,
Holmanburg. N. M.; C. C. Parks, Guay
mas. Son.; A. J. Boyl, Guaymas, Son.;
W. L Hennereo, Douglas, Ariz.; W. W.
Camp, Pecos City, Tex.; H. C. Heintz
and wife, Denver, Colo.; A. J. Kyle,
Austin. Tex.; Walter Gondson, Ft.
Worth. Tex ; Fred Bigham, Merkel, I
Tex.; John T. Meiz. Lordsburg. N. M.;
John Robson, Lordsburg, N. M.; J. S.
Peck, Rueblo, Colo ; M. D. Taylor,
Pueblo, Colo.; J. N. Oler. Steubenville,
O.; H. C. Oler, Steubenville. O.; J. H.
Van House, Jr., Las Cruces, N. M.; I. L.
Molina, Yuma, Ariz.; J. L. Shriner. Rin
con, N. M.; Roy Gilbert, New York; Joe
Coblentz, Mexico City; Wilbur Ijams,
Safford, Ariz.; Charles Meyer, Safford,
Ariz.; S. Pitt, Hagerman, N. M.
Sheldon: J. J. McCulIough. Kansas
City. Mo.; S. E. Nest and wife, Mesilla,
X. M.; J. H. Shafer. Helena. Mont.; John
Moonej' and wife. Oklahoma City. Okla ;
Mrs. J. A. Eedrlck. Dalhart. Tex.; Ed
ward "R. Burr, New York: William A.
Woodside. New York; Victor Mortey,
Tucson. Ariz.: F. C. Baxter. Tucson.
Ariz.: M. C. Finderkeurk, New York;
Miss Bessie Clifford, New York; Mrs. F.
M. Seymour. St. Joseph. Mo.; F. H.
Smith and wife. New York; Joe Kelly,
New York; Mike Carroll. New York; Eu
gene Crusey, New York: James Craig,
Los Angeles. Cal.; TV. H- Ekbert, Pit
kin, Colo.: R. C. Tillinghost and wife,
New York: J. B. Henderson and wife.
Globe. Ariz.. C. P. Mathews. Jlobe.
Ariz ; H. W. TJlder, Peoria, 111.; Patrick
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs, colds and irritations of
the throat and lungs. Tt stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat and
- lung diseases. Sold by all druggists.
Lying: at the point of Icnth -with Ills left lower javr broken, Isabel Villa,
about JHJ jear.s of age, vilio Mas taken to the hospital Sunday morning, is
said to haie little chuacc for recover?.
Xot once .since he ivas found at 4 o clock .Sunday morning at the corner of
ZVinth and Stanton streets, has he been conscions and it Is feared that it may
neer be known how he came by his injuries.
The police fpund a rock near his body v. hen they picked him up. and Dr.
A. II. Butler, who attended him when he was first taken to the emergency
hoHpital, stated that the -wound may have been made by this rock or some
While no other injuries were Mista incd by Villa than the broken jaw, It
is possible that this may proie fatal.
O'Shba, Dublan, Ireland; Arthur Baecky,
Detroit, Mich.; L,. F. Blacketer, Bray
mer, Mo.; E. H. Hulem, Pittsburg, Pa.;
"W. A. Patty, Marfa, Tex.; Miss Abbie
Patty, Marfa, Tex. Milford Tishman
and wife, Washington, D. C; M. L. Ham.
iltou and wife, Milton, Kaiis.; William
Shaw and wife, Denver, Colo.; Carl L.
Pitt, Russellville, Ky.; Sidney North,
New York; A. S. Eyre, Boston, Mass.;
J. W. Morrison. Orange. Cal.; J. M. Pier
son, Denver, Colo.; Milton Waiss. Las
Cruces N. M.; E. J. Walden, fean An
tonio, Tex.; G. A. Stife, St. Louis, Mo.;
H. C. Fisher, Nacozari, Moxico; James
Carrigan, El Tigre, Sonora; James Gil
lespie, Marathon, Tex.; Jack Scales, Al
bany, X. Y.; J. S. Scales, St. Louis, Mo.;
R. E. Moles, Chicago, 111.; E. W. Ne
vill, Chicago, 111.; A. L. Hale, New
York; J. Snow-den, Raton; W. C. Ken
nedy. Albuquerque, N. M.; Charles, San
Francisco to New York on foot; E.
Leonardt. Los Angeles, Cal.; J. S.
Schurm, Los Angeles, Cal.; A. Leonardt,
Los Angeles, Cal.; B. Jacobi, Mexico
City; R. M. Dudley, Chihuahua, Mexico;
C. H. Brooks and -wife, G-adalajara,
Mexico; J. M. D. Trimble, Kansas City,
Mo.; E. F. Madden, Hays City, Kans.;
H. C. Thorbeson, Dallas, Tex.; D. F.
Price, 'Dallas, Tex.
Orndorff. H. B. Goddard, Brooklyn,
N. Y.; Mrs. H. Woodside, New York;
Luther M. Tesh, Syracuse, N. Y.; W.
A. Murray, Tucson, Ariz.; Hs Cole, Tuc
son. Ariz.; Mrs. M. A. Goodsill, Los An
geles, Cal.; W. R. Goodsill, Los An
geles, CaL; Mrs. William J. Jacob y, Las
Cruces, N. M.; H. F. Meadows, San.
Francisco, Cal.; O. L. Oakes, Los An
geles, Cal.; W. L. Estabrook, Denver,
Colo.; C. L. Pierce. Las Cruces, N. M.;
J. H. McPherson. Tombstone. Ariz.; j.
T. Anderson and wife, Empalme, So
nora; M. Frie, Naravisa N. M.; Mrs. F.
J. Elsensohnn, Pomeroy. Wash.;
Charles S. Cole.-nan. Los Angeles, Cal.;
A. McDonnald and wife, Pasadena, Cal.;
W. A. Murray. Tucson, Ariz.; H. W.
McGhee and family, Brownwpod, Tex.;
O. C. Sellers, Morenci, Ariz.; J. M. Grier,
Phoenix, Ariz.; William u. Grier, Phoe
nix, Ariz.; E. Mandoza y Robles, Mex
ico City; Aurelia Garcia, Mexico City;
Alberta Mendoza R-, Mexico City;
Francisco "Valenzuela, Mexico City; P.
F. Moran. San Francisco, Cal.; J. L.
Ruble and wife, Bellefonte, Ark.;, W.
E. Stremer. Tucson, Ariz.; W. H. Col
quitt and "wife, Marfa, Texas; Louis
Snuthlnyn and wife, Stanton, Neb.; B.
C. Roach, Mexico City; R. C. Tilling
hast and wife. New York; Ray Turner,
Stanford, Texas; D. R. jmce. Dallas,
Texas; Chas. R. M. Canley. Philadel
phia, Pa.; A. Aronson, Philadelphia.
Pa.; R. C. Hanes, Fort Worth. Texas;
H. E. Henry, Chattanooga. Tenn.; M.
Free, Naravisa, N. M., A. Ellis, with
Ray Turner, Surprise; M. W. Monat,
Denver, Colo.; P. A. Silva, Mexico City;
G. D. martin; Beaumont. Texas.
Angelus Joe Kelley, New York;
Mike Carroll, New York; Eugene Pou
roy. New York; J. H. Shobon. Helena,
Montana; B. B. Jone. Las Cruces, N.
M.; J. Brossoit, Salt Lake, Utah; C. T.
Wilson. Tucson. Ariz.; J. D. Walters.
Tucson. Ariz.; W. A. Douglas. Ariz.; H.
H. Pride. Nashville, Tenn.; Thomas
Rees, ..Mexico City; Mrs. C. F. Sheson
and sons. Torreon, Mexico'; Mrs. M.
Moorman, Kansas City, Mo.; A. D. Wal
ker. Chicago, 111.; r. A. Offerle. Chi
cago, 111.; E. Goebel, Chicago 111.
Grand Central Ratael Ramas and
wife, Mexico City, Bollette Giocomo,
Mexico City; Rolla Giacomo, Mexico
City; B. Parker, Nogales, Ariz.; C. W.
Kreltz, Quincy, III.; G. E. Montez, Iler
mosillo, Son.; Jodice Perry, Cheyenne,
Wyo.; Leonard Lovelace, Cheyenne,
Wyo.; "W. P. Jones, Douglas, Ariz.;
Thomas Sevey, Bisbee Ariz.; Prof. W. H.
R. Von Steerwitz, Houston, Tex.; Felix
Rasure, Chihuahua, Mex.; A. E. Hamil
ton, Dawson, N. M.; S. S. Carpenter,
Clint, Texas; F. G. Baker, Grand Rapids,
Mich.; J. E. Smith, Hillsboro, N. M.; C.
D. Moore, and wife and sister. Beau
mont. Tex.; D. Hannilla. Chicago, 111.;
C. W. Kreltz, Quincy, 111.; Rafael Se
queiras, Alamode Pena, Mex.; Peter
Geernan, Harvey, 111.; B. C. Bartley,
Sisterville, W. Va.; W. A. Bartley, Sis
iterville, W- Va.; R. L. Peterman, Ysleta,
TRAVELING Eij PASOAXS
May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any of the following places:
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel News
stand; Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d street. 1400 Broadway.
WASHINGTON. D. C. The Raleigh
and the Ebbitt; Columbia News Agency
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
ern News stands, Queen City News
stands and Empire News stands.
PHILADELPHIA The BeJlevue, Penn
News Co.. S33 Pearce St.
PITTSBURG, PA. The Lincoln a'.
the Schenley Park.
BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois.
ST. LOUIS Planters Southern and I
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
KANSAS CITY, MO. The Yoma
News Co., Hotel Baltimore News
stand, Coates House News stand.
ST. PAUL. MINN. The Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. The Wes'
DENVER. COLO. The Brown Pal
ace, the Albany, S. Widom and West
em News stands.
SEATTLE, WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenue
south and Washington street; also
southeast corner of Second avenue and
Cherry street, near Alaska building.
Aclne News Co.
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons, Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Louis Book
store. At Sam Rosenthal, 336 Houston
MEMPHIS, TENN. World Yoma
MEXICO CITY Blue Book Store. The
CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO Roberto
Schneider. American Photo and Sta
JIMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co.
PARRAL. MEX. Parral News Co.
CANANEA, MEXICO D. E. Conger's
News stand (La Mesa).
TUCSON, ARIZ. A. Pool, News
ADS BY, PHONE.
Call Bell 115. Auto 1115,, tell what
you wish to buy. sell or rent and The
Herald will do the rest.
Rock Island train No. 3. due from the
east at 5:40 p. m.. is reported seven
hours and 15 minutes late. Rock Island
train No. 4, due at 12:55 from the west,
will arrive shortly after 6 ociocx. Hock
Island train No. 1, due at 10:40 p. m.,
is reported 50 minutes late.
Back as Deputy.
Miss Maggie Haynes, who was a deputy
district clerk four years ago, is again
occupying that position, having com
menced her duties this morning.
Drs. Magrudesfand Mapes, dentists.
You have tried the rest,
Now try the best.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Will Case Appealed.
The Patterson will case in whieh the
jury disagreed on th irst trial and
which was decided in favor of the pro
ponents on the second trial has been
appealed to the 41st district court.
Doctors F. P. Miller, Willis R. Smith
and Ti. B. Homan have removed from
the Coles building to rooms 201. 202
and 203 Caples building.
Tempting fruit and
plenty at Jackson's.
Glob'e Flour, Dest by test,
and the payroll In El Paso.
Courts Busy Ajraln.
All courts opened for the January
term this morning and there is a bustle
about the courthouse that has not been
noticeable for several days. ,
Notice liady laccabee.i.
Tou are requested to attend the re
view on "Wednesday. Jan. 5, at 2:30 p.
m., at K. of P. hall. Buckler Bldg.
Instalatlon of officers. Reviews are
held on every Wednesday at 2:30 p. m.
Rosalie M. Ashley, R. K.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
"Whatever your appetite desires, call
for it. "We have it. Jackson's.
Special, Ladles purses, snopping bags
fil Paso Trunk factory nortu side plaza.
XiKht Rider Witness Shot.
Mobile, Ala., Jan. 3. James Middle-
ton, a farmer and principal witness in
a mgnt rider case set for trial this
month was shot from ambush and kill
ed. Many citizens aided the sheriff in
a futile attempt to capture the assas
sin. The first thing to do p.fter break
fast Is call phone 353 and order some
good eatables. Jackson's.
Drs. Magruder and Mapes, dentists.
We don't work for negroes.
The El Paso Motorcycle club will hold
its regular meeting this evening when
it is expected that the committee ap
pointed on the constitution will have
heard from the Federation of American
Motorcyclists. The question of joining
the federation will be decided this
Our delicatessen department will give
you a godd Idea of what's nice to eat.
Cime in and see. Jackson's.
R. B. Bins Fuel Co.
Wood, coal. "eeu.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
streot. Phones: Bell 819; Auto, 1849.
Four Ivllled in Fire.
New York. Jan. 3. In a tenement
house fire early Sunday, four persons
were killed and three others received
serious injuries. A woman was found
in' her apartments burned to a crisp.
Her arms were entwined about her
We like to sell Sedgwiek creamery
butter because we can guarantee It.
Every day the i,ame Jackson's.
H. r. Wright, 2 O. D. O. chronic,
nervous diseases, specialty, 214 & Texas.
Sues for Dnmnge'io Mules.
J. R. Lambert has filed suit against
the T. P. railway company in the 41st
district court for $1978 damages, alleg
ed to have been done to a shipment of !
zj muies. Tne plaintiff avers that He
made the shipment from Chillicothe,
Tex., to Phoenix. Ariz., on December 6.
1909, by the shipment, the mules de-
j shown ,by the railroad company In
charge of the shipment, the mules de
preciated In value to the extent sued
Strawberries at Jackson's.
C. L. Blllington. 709 Magoffin. Tel. 1489
painting, paperhanging, decorating.
Negroes Start Riot.
Havana, Cuba, Jan. 3. After being
refused a drink at the bar of the Plaza
hotel, an American house, two negro
congressmen left tho place, but re
turned with several hundred negroes.
A riot ensued in which several were In
jured. Two Americans were Injured.
It Is thought the riot was a concocted
plan on the part of the negroes to give
expression to the anti-American senti
ment In Cuba.
The contented housewife is the one
who buys groceries at this store and
gets guaranteed goods for the lowest
Drs. Magmder and Mapes, dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
New York, N. Y., Jan. 3. Mystery
surrounds the death of Morris Nathan-
son, a clothing manufacturer, who was.
found dead in the loft,of his factory."
He had been dead, for I hours and the
loft was filled with escaping gas. Isaac
In entering the second week of our consolidated Half Year Clearance Sale and
Half Price Sale of Keady-to-Wear, we feel confident that nowhere in El Paso can
such splendid values be secured as those now found here. In ready-to-wear, es
pecially, are values most unusual. In fact, instead of half price, there are many
garments the finer ones in particular at even less than half price.
Evening Dresses and Imported
Satin Stripe Challie. the 50c qual
ity, at 26c
Xuns Veiling, worth 65c a yard,
All kinds fancy Suitings, worth
75c, for 3"c
Mbhair, the 75c kind, in solid col
ors and figured effects, for 39c
French Flannel, worth 75c. for. 48c
$1 values in Homespun Suiting. 67c
$1 values in iMchaJr and Sicilian
$1 values in plain and striped Pan
ama for 67c
"Winner in Sales Slip Contest
"Will Be Announced Tomorrow
E. Gold, his partner, who found the
body, was detained by the police, .but
released on $1000 ball.
If you buy groceries at our store
your savings will be in proportion to
your investment Jackson's.
Dr. Carpenter,office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
A Breakfast Delicacy.
The breakfast will always be a suc
cess if you serve Chase & Sanborn's
Seal Brand coffee. Any food tastes
good with it. That's why we sell only
Chase & Sanborn's.
Jackxon'B Sanitary Grocery,
Morse Goes to rrlson.
New York. N. Y.. Jan. 3. Charles
W. Morse left New York Sunday to be-
gin a 15 year sentence in the federal
prison at Atlanta, Ga. Morse made a
supreme effort to be cheerful,, but oc -
casionally emotion got he best of him.
Before leaving the Tombs Morse re-
ceived his wife and two sons and then
the newspaper men. In a oitter and
dramatic statement he scores the sys
tem of jury guarding and says '"the rec
ord of my conviction and the way it
was brought about will remain a last
ing and dangerous example of gov
ernment gone mad In search of a vic
tim." Fnywood Hot Sprlncfs.
At these springs you can get a new
lease of life perfect rest health and
beneficial recreation. Here are the ta.
mous curative waters, unsurpassed for
the treatment of Rheumatism, Kidney,
Liver and Stomach disorders. These
waters possess medicinal properties un
equaled even by the mot noted Health
Resorts "across the pond."
Then you can enjoy your favorite
past time, horse back riding, driving,
hunting, billiards, or if you like, just
plain loafing. The hotel accommoda
tions are ideal. A few weeks at this
"home of health" will add many years
to your life. It is situated in south
western New Mexico, ixty day round
trip rate on the Sana. re route. Ad
dress T. C. McDermot, Faywood, N. M.
Drs. Pajcet & Ratllff, moved to
floor Caples Bldg.
El Paso and vicinity: Tonight fair
and colder; Tuesday fair.
New Mexico: Local snow tonight or
West Texas: Tonight fair; colder.
Tuesday fair; colder in southeast por
tion. Weather Uonditioux.
High pressure is central over South
Dakota, while a low area, central in
ncithern Arizona, occupies the south
western portion of the country.
If the last 24 hours precipitation has
occurred over an area, embracing Call-
Have you a weak throat? If so. you
cannot be too careful. You cannot be
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last is always the harder to cure.
If you -will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy at the outset you will be saved
much ".rouble. Sold by all druggists.
W4 a life
Less Than Half Price
$50.00 to $75.00 Values
Twelve Dresses h-ere individual styles in meassa
line. broadcloth, emlrroixlerea chiffon and silk bro
cade. We -want t& sell these dresses ; we don't want
to carrv tliem over into another season. They
worth S50.00 to $75.00; we give
Values to $150.00
Four exquisite costumes imported this season. In
tended for evening wear, for reception and calling
service. Values up to $150.00; &5 EL
sale price tpOroOU'
$225, $250 and $300 Values
Three imported model Gowns the handsomest gowns
ever seen in El Paso they were priced originally
$225, $250 and $300. You can buy d?07 CS
anv one of them now at P Ov
$7.00 SILK PETTICOATS $3.28
Taffeta Petticoats in black and
colors, also a number of Silk Bro
caded Petticoats. Quite a large
variet- of styles to select from.
Many have silk dust ruffle, as well
as silk top flounce; $5.50, $6.00
and $7.00 values; Half Year Clear
ance Extra ri Q Q
alf Year Clearance of Drgss Goods
The $1.75 qualitv at $1.48
The $2.50 qualftv at $2.15
The $3-50 quality at $2.89
Dress Trimmings at
33 1-3 Percent 0
Every piece of trimming is includ
ed exquisite garnitures, jeweled
bands, etc., all a-t 33 1-3 percent
off the regular prices.
J.CalisherDrjrGocd Co. ITirwJuTnj
southern Utah, and
Precipitation, generally light, has also
occurred from the lake region south
westward to Oklahoma and northeast
ern Texas, and In northern Colorado,
Nebraska, Minnesota, the Dakotas and
At time of report snow was falling at
Flagstaff, Modeua, Tonopah, Marquette,
and Buffalo, and rain at Phoenix and
Minimum temperatures of 10 or more
degrees below zero are reported from
northern Minnesota, the Dakotas, Mon"
tana and Nevada.
Temperature ami Rain.
(Observations taken at 6 a. m.)
Min. Max. Rata.
j Buffalo ..
i Del Rio . .
j Denver ..
Detr6it . .
i EI Paso .
I Flagstaff .
New Orleans 56
New York 36
St. Louis 22
Salt Lake 26
I San Frsinpispn 3fi
Santa Fe 30
2c. D. Lane, Observer.
5- Y. 31. C. A. -
"Boomerangs" was the topic general
secretary C. G. Titus nal before the
Plate, Window Glass
We have constantly on hand a good stock of each
that will fill most any order.
TUTTLE PAINT H GLASS CO
ffsncarfTM', ' JPS f ,J
Our stock Saddles, Harness, Eifles, Shotguns, Am
munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Call
and examine same, or write us. Mail orders given
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS C
301-303 EL PASO ST.
$1 values in Storm and French
Serge for 67c
$1.25 rvalues in Chiffon Panama
for .' 92c
$1.25 .values an Storm and French
Serge for 92c
$1-25 values in Mohair and Sicil
ian, for 92c
$1.25 values insain finished Hen
rietta for 92c
Tailored Suitings, worth to $3.00,
choice for $1.15
Bead's Lansdowne, the regular
$1.50 grade, at $1.19
Storm Serge that ahvayi sells at
$2.00; Clearance Sale price. .$1.48
"Winner in Sales Slip Contest
"Will Be Announced Tomorrow
life i.aL 1 --J4' tq&a
W mi mmW
4Wvf jf&ttfsi MMoM
men's meeting tit the Y- M. C. A. Sun
day afternoon. Taking the Australian
bushinan's boomerang as an illustra
tion, the general secretary showed how
the thoughts, actions and words of a.
man come back to 'ham. bringing good
and evil as good and evil was sent out
with the deeds and actions ami words.
Mr. Titus said that to help others and
to be of service to mankind was the
lushest form of joy in this world. He
illustrated his talk with personal ex
periences end stories making his 30 min
ute talk an interesting discourse on the
benefit of being of sen-ice to others.
A handball tournament among the
members of the business men's class at
the Y. M. C. A. will start tonigM. The
(tournament is to be an elemination one
and the games will be pkived bv 'ap
pointment, each man arrangine his
match wifch the one to whom he is op
posed. The winter term of the night schcol
will start tonight with the same pro
gram of classes is was arrant?! fm- thr
01 j fall term. T&ere is much interest being
06 . taken, in these night school classes, es-
peirntiiy asmong- cue enrmoyevt young men
vi wiv uiby aim tne uruerent courses are
expected to be taken 2v a large number
of young men during the winter.
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