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EL PASO HERALD
1JTE HAVE selected from our Shirt Depart-
' ment alarge number of seasonable shirts,
made in negligees, pleats and stiff bosoms. Cuffs
attached and coat style. These are regular 1.50
and $2.00 shirts. We offer them while they last
ANOTHER selection consisting of E. & W., Star
and Wilson Bros. Shirts, all new, in pleats and
plain soft bosoms. Shirts that sold for $2.50 and
$3.00. All sizes.
ODDS & ENDS from our. Underwear, Night
Sobe and Pajama and Neckwear Departments
at sharp reductions.
TWO COWBOYS KILL THREE
BEAR IN SIERRA COUNTY, N. M.
Animals Attack Them While They Are
Hunting for Lost Cattle and Are
Killed Afteri an Ugly Fieht
Uillsfccro, X. M.. Jan. S. Grant R.
"iflreor, a "well known Sierra county
hr v. oarm in from the Black ramre early
this morninsr in company with another J
snan with three very Jarjre iat DiacK
"be-;'- stTa-ppc! behind their saddles.
They were hunting for lost cattle,
Bell Phone 6S0 328 Texas St.
The Only Exclusive
ENGRAVING AND EMBOSSING
CONCERN IN THE SOUTHWEST
which had strayed from their own
herds late in December and were not
aware tha.t any special dangers threat
ened them, when suddenly it became
necessary for them to use their rifles
accurately and with jrreat speed.
The first shot crippled the bear in
front, too badly for him to engage in
ithe fight, and wounded the second just
enough to make him vicious. This
came near causing the bovs to lose
their lives, but a few deliberate and
well directed shots brought the Entire
three down in a heap.
COURT AFFIRMS TJKE
CARL. ADA3ISOX CASE
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 8. The territor
ial supreme count has adjourned to Feb
ruary 28 on account of the illness of
judge Cooley. It affirmed the casepf
1 a Chinese smuggling case from Alamo-..
GOLD WEATHER ST
"Water and Light Committee
Meets Las Cruees Itfews
Las Cruees, N. M., Jan. 8. Old resi
dents in Las Cruees say -that they never i the 8:30 train.
saw it so cold before, with the thermom
eter registering from 6 to 12 above zero
Remnlns Sent Home.
The remains of Leo P. Kuester, who
died at Mesilla Park, were taken by
his brother back to his Florida home
Woodmen of the world have installed
new officers for 1910, as follows: Pro
fessor Hagarty, C. C; Joe "W. Ixwe, A.
I; Frank Amador, banker; Prim Ames,
escort; J. K. Candler, watchman; Archie
Rowland, guard; B. H. Moeler, clerk. Di
rectors, M. C. O'Hara, P. Morino and J.
Farmers to 3Ieet.
The Farmers institute to be held un
der the auspfces of the Mesilla Valley
Produce exchange for January will be
on Thursday, the 20th. This meeting will
be devoted the fruit industry.
Contractor Brorvn is making fine pro
gress in his work of paving Las Cruees
avenue. The grading has been done and
gravel ballast placed and roiled from
Main street to Armijo, a distance of four
Mr. Hiett, who is in charge of the
singing in the evangelistic meetings,
will -sing at the morning service of the
Presbyterian church Sunday. Evangelist
Finney will preach in the Baptist church
Visitors at HotelK.
The following visitors are registered
at the hotel Don Barnardo:'L. T-. TValker,
Elida, X. M.; John 'Walthall. El Paso;
Mr. and Mrs. D. E.J3rown, Denver; M.
V. Benson, Denver;. TV A. McCrew,
Denver; J. F. Hornet, San Marcial; W.
appointed and instructed to report next
AVnter Users 3Ieet.
TV. M. Reed, district engineer of the
United States reclamation service, was
In the city yesterday conferring with
the water users regarding a rental con
tract under the Leasburg am for the
present year. No definite conclusion
was reached, but H. B. Holt and N. C.
Frenger with power to appoint another
were appointed as a committee to meex
Mr. Reed In El Paso next Monday, when
this matter is hoped to ne settled.
Married, Friday evening at 7 oclock
in the Presbyterian manse. Rev. Dr.
Vaughn officiating, Clude F. Miller, of
Rincon. X. M., and -Miss Llllie Mae
Miller, also of Rincon. A bridal sup
per was served at the Central hotel
and the couple returned to Rincon on
The dance given by the Elks last
evening was an enjoyable affair.
G-IRL ENDS LIFE
" have touched the highest point
of all my greatness."
KING HENRY VTU.
There are lots of different coffees,
made of lots of different things, in lots
of different ways, but only one has
that delicious flavor, and that is
YOU BO NOT PAY
FOR YOUR OWN TELEPHONE
You pay so much per -station for possible con
nections. If we had but 1,000 subscribers in
El paso your service would cost you four times -as much as it does
aow. ? I
It is not only the quality but the quantity of service, as well, that
makes it valuable. ,
me SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH
S. VInto, Clovis; TV. M. Reed. El Paso
At the ParK hotel: TV. A. Calhpun,
Mount Olive, Miss.; S. P. Pinckam, Ala
rnogordo; Ed Dixon. El Paso.
At Central hotel: I. C. Oden, EI Paso;
Clyde Martin, Sunny Side, Cal.; J. C.
Stansell, El Paso; J. H. Russell. EI
Paso; C. M. C. Amil. New Tork; Capt.
Fall, Three Risers,; B. B. Jones, Seguin,
v On Friday afternoon Mrs. D. F. Ba
ker was hostess for "The" club, enter
taining at her beautiful home on Ala
meda road. The guests sitting at two
tables played four games of bridge.
Mrs. C. A. Sattley won the prize. A
buffet luncheon was served after the
games. Those present were Mesdames
F. TV. Parker, S. M. Briscoe, C. A.
Sattley, J. F. Sattley, R, H. Sims, C. D,
Thompson, TV. C. Field, and the hostess.
Water and Lights.
The citizens' wafer and light com
mittee met last night The subcom
mittee appointed to Investigate the re
port of engineers for the instalation
and maintenance of a waterworks sys
tem submitted a report. '
Mr. Galles made a motion to the ef
fect that it was the sense of the com
mittee after a year's deliberation that
they recommend to the town board of
trustees that they grant a franchise
to the Las Cruees Electric Light and
Ice company under proper terms. Mr.
Paxton objected to the motion on the
grounds that it was the duty imposed
on the committee to specify the terms
under which a franchise should be
Mr. Frenger offered a substitute mo
tion covering on the letter of instruc
tions from the trustees to the commit
tee, but this was tabled by motion frqm
Mr. Holt recommended that a com
mittee of three or five be appointed to
take up the matter of a franchise with
the Las Cruees Electric Light and Ice
company for an electric system.
On motion of Martin Lohman the
eaine subcommittee, consisting of J. H.
Paxton, R. E. McBride, D. "V. Peacock,
Jose Gonzales and N, C. Frenger was
Hortense Sanchez, Fifteen J
Years uia, snoots Her
self in Head With
Solomonville, Arlz.f Jan. 8. Hor
Jtense Sanchez, the fifteenyeafrold
daughter of A. S .Sanchez, living near
here, committed suicide at her "home
with a 22-caliber gun, shooting herself
in the head.
The girl had attended school all day
and seemed to be unusually happy. No
reason can be assigned for her deed,
though she left a note saying she was
tired; of living.
Miss Bessie Clorldge, who has been
quite ill with typhoid fever, Is much
TV. A. Gillespie has returned from his
trip to Tucson, Douglas and the other
southern territorial 'towns.
Judge TV. C. McFarland went to Tuc
son and Phoenix recently.
An enjoyable time was enjoyed by all
who attended the social at the M. E.
Mrs. I. E. Solomon and her house
guest, Miss Ethel "Weinberger ,of Den
ver, Colo., are being entertained in
Safford today." They are accompanied
by Mrs. P. L. Fruedenthal.
The afternoon woman's club held its
first meeting with Mrs. M. M. Com
bleth. It is to have for members, only
the young married ladles and their
Smooth as velvet. Delicious and healthful.
Fresh from the roaster. For sale, by
all leading grocers.
The Corona Deputy Sheriff
Passes Away at El Paso
The McAdams-Trapp feud ended with
the death at Providence hospital this
morning of deputy sheriff TV. J. Mc
Adams, wounded in a revolver duel at
Corona a few days ago. Complications
caused death at 5 oclock this morning.
At the bedside of her wounded hus
band since his arrival in El Paso. Mrs.
McAdams will accompany the body bark
to Corona this evening. By-th death
she Is left a widow with nine children.
Following the shooting, Rev. J. cl
Trapp and his sons surrendered at Ros
well. They have been-held pending de
velopments in the condition of Mc
The shipping of the McAdams body
is In charge of Nagley & Kaster.
WORKMAX IS IXJITRED AT
NETV BANK BUILDIXG
Standing directly under the lumber
hoist at the new Rio Grande bank build
ing, at the corner of Mesa avenue and
Texas street. E. E. Ryan was struck by
a falling timber at 1 oclock today but
not seriously injured.
Ryan was hoisting a piece of twoby
four lumber and when It had reached the
top of the building It slipped from the
rope and fell, striking him in the left
forehead, cutting a deep gash Jn his
head and under the left eye. He was
able to walk to the office of Dr. Gal
lagher in the Caples building, -svhere
his wound was dressed. He was then
The Western Coffee Co
EL PASO, TEXAS
Importers and Roasters
Southern Railway Ar-
Southern Pacific 135
Texas Pacific 3o
Union Pacific sui
United States Steel, common ,
8S j Receipts 600; hogs 1000. Steers steady; j
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald frsni
H. 1L Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.). -
Sickness has a mighty poor show even in cold weather when it has to fight
warm feet. People who hurry to
Kinney's seldom have doctors hurry
ing to them. ,
Now is the tame when we must measure the
shoe by its quality first and price afterward.
For when does it profit ns to get something
yery cheap if it proves to be very poor?
S SV. ANT fVlLSilrc?JM
Patent, Md, calf and tan leathers,
button and lace, 20 styles to pick
liuui, yu.uu, l.VU
French, Schriner & Urner and
Boyden shoes are at the top of
high class shcemaking. We have
them in all leathers, all sizes and
widths, button and lace.
Dull leathers, $5-50
TUCU3ICART, XEW 3LEXICO,
HAS A LOAV DEATH RATE
Tucumcari, X. 1!L, Jan. 8. That Tu
cumcari Is one of the most healthy
cities in the west is shown by the an
nual report of the city physlciall. Dr.
C. J. Moore.
One of the most important features
of the report Is in regard to the mor
tality of the city for the year of 1909.
which says that only 54 people died
within the Incorporate limits of the city.
Ten of this number died of Tubercu
losis, and three others were non-residents
of the city. Taking this 13 from
the total number leaves only 41, which
according to the 5000 population, gives
It a death rate of less than 1 percent.
The average mortality of the United
States as computed from reports of
states is 15 for each 1000 people. Thus
the annual death rate of this city is
far below th - average annual death
rate of the "country.
P&lent, Idd and tan leathers, cloth
and kid tops, button and lace, welt
and turn soles, extra d0 Ef
7 AA Talues 90JJ
t) i JJ Somen's shoes in kid leather, heavy
.and light soles, well made and
6.00 83??!?. $3.00
ii "'iiiilPy I
MONEY AND METALS.
5Tctt YorJc .nots.tIoB.
By Associated Fresa.3
New Tork. Jan. S. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 45 per
cent. Cloia;r Qnotatlosa Today.
Bar silver, 52.
Desilverized ic-acr. $4.S7!4.72.
Copper, standard and Jan., $13.25
13.55; March, $13.5013.65.
Mexican dollars. 44c
Spelter (St Louis quotation) $6.10.
Current raelter QaotntSoa.
(El ITaso Smelter.
Bar silver 52
Copper wire bars Ccts. per lb.).. 13 9-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.). .. .13 7-16
Lead (New Tork saies prices) $4.70
Lead (Londoir-sales prices). 13, sl3, dS
"V eeJtj- A erase. v
(DouRlas Smelter Quotation.)
reineering and Mininff Journal.
Bar silver 52.60
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special "Wirefctc" Tt-i Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe- Ariz.).
American Smelters 101
Anaconda 53 V6
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 7914
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul ..155
Colorado Fuel & Iron 48
Erie Railway 34
Missouri, Kansas & Texas 49 y.
Missouri Pacific 71
Rock Island 46
Arizona Commercial -S.
Boston Corbin 22
Boston Con ,214
Calumet & Arizona 122il
"Copper Range --- ti
Daly west .-
East Butte , 12
Green Cananea 11
Isle Royal ' 2
Keweenaw ..- -S'
Lake Copper 1 "3
La Salle 1
Nevada Consolidated 2os
North Iake 3
Old Dominion r- 52
Superior & Boston 17
Superior & Pittsburg ... 16 U
U. S. Smelters, common 54 34
Utah Consllidated 45
Utah Copper 59
lings. $6.60S.10:; lambs, native, $6.
S.90; western, ?6.25g8.S5.
"eir Orleans Livestock. Clone.
New Orleans. La.. Jan. 8". CattK
tops $4.70: cows steady, lops ?i.o;
calves steady, tops $8.55.
Jl XJVUJUS vw-
SL Louis, Mo., Jan. 8. Texas wool
unchanged. Territory and western me
diums, 2528; fine mediums, 2024;
(By Special "Wire tc TheHerald from
H. H. Bru Co Globe, Aria.).
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 40c
Black Mountain . . . v 45c
Boston Ely 44
Butte Balaklava 11 Ik
TCiit o JP. T.iri1rn . . . . ?.1n-
Cactus - 5 j
Caulmet & Montana 2i
Chlno Copper Co 12
Chief Consolidated 2
Cordova, part paid 1
Cordova, full paid ...'4 3
Cumberland Ely .. 8
Davis Daly 4
Denn.-Arizona . 4
Ely Central 2 7-16
Gila Copper 10
Inspiration Copper ,v 9
Live Oak Development . . 22
Lake Superior & Arizona 3
Majestic Copper of Utah D7c
Mason Valley 2
Nat. Min. Ex . .' 56c
New Keystone 6
Ohio Copper T.- 5J,s
Pinto Copper 2c
Ray Central 3 15-15
Ray Con. 26
Savanna, part paid 2
San Antonio, part paid $H
Superior & Globe, part paid . . . . 1 Vs
Warren : -'- 2
"W olverine & Arizona ?PC
Tuma , "5
Mexican champion steer roper. Cow
boy Park. Sunday and Monday.
Judge Titan, the
Head of the Stan
dard Oil Co. Was
in the City.
jndge TQman, since the death of H. BL
Rogers, the head of the Standard Oil
company, remained in El Paso, wh2e
his wife, with, a party of Xew York
ladies, went in 2us private car to the
City of Mexico. While here he had an,
attack of La Grippe and Biliousness
Dr. Ira W. Collin3, Physician in Chief of
the Still Osteopathic Infirmary, was
called, in and. restored him in such a
short while that the Judge-says he did
for him in a few days what it took th
specialist in New York usually a month,
to do. The Judge aa-ys the average
specialists are horse doctors compared, to
Dr. Collins with Iris Osteopathy. j
Since the great German physician de
cided tine cause of th stomach, trouble
and cancer which led to the death of B.
H. Harriman. were caused by the rheu
matism of the spine and the drugs aad
mineral waters had eaten dowa. the ten
der inflamed Trails of the stomach into
a cancer, and as the Osteopaths havs
known, all along that all diseases ecaae
from these conditions of the spiae, it is
making the leading people run for th
Osteopath now, whefTia. trouble.
KnnoaK City T.ive- Cln.
Kansas Otty. Mo.. Jan. ,S. Cattle
Receipts. 1000. including 200 southerns,
steady. Native steers. $5.007.o0;
southern steers, $4.00 5.25: southern
cows, $2.754.50; native cows and
heifers. $2.50 6.00; stockers and feed
ers, $3.255.25: bulls, $3.40(o.00:
calves, $5.009.00; western steers, $4.00
6.50; western cows. $3.00 5.00.
EToffs Receipts 6000; 5 10c lower;
bulk, $S.308.60; heavy. $S.60S.0;
packers and butchers. $S.458.60; light,
$S.008.50;; ;pigs, $6.757.75.
CIiIHff Tilvr-ik. f,'n
Chicago, 111.. Jan. 8. Oattle Re
ceipts S00; steady. Beeves, $4.308.00;
Texas steers. $4.15 5.20; western
steers. $4.25 6.30; stockers and feed
ers, $3.15S5.30; cows and heifers, $2.25
5.65; calves. $7.50 (9.75.
Hogs Receipts 11,000: steady. Light,
S8.50OS.S5: mixed, SS.450S.9O; heavy.
$S.55S.95: rouorh. SS.558.70; good ta
choice heavv. $S70S.95; pigs, $7.60
8.60; hulk. $S.708.85.
Sheep Receipts 3000; steady. Native,
?3.856.15; western, ?4.006.25; year-
go, as we will
tfarrima?! Hai Spiui Twite -fee!
of Ytir Back If Yra Hsve
Stomh Troxiie aai Ym W
find a Tender Comlitk)! Wlere
it Is Congested. ,
time to job-
SOUTH OREGON STREET
Vienna, Austria, Oct. 1. According t
5Prof. A. Van Strumpell, Harrlasur's Ea
rope&n physician, the railroad aagaat
waa suffering from spinal disease know
as chronic spondylitis at th time f Urn
dcatk and his stomaok trouble was saera
This diagnosis is said to have bee
confirmed by X-ray examinatiu
Later the stomach trouble developed
into carciaoma. "
k iff i
nere Is the Place in tiie Spiiw
That Caisci Harrimai's Dcatfe.
Hwdreis if Them Have Bee
Restored at Dr. A. T. Still
Osteopathic mflrniary. Dr. In
W. Cillins Pkysk'm in kkt
Feel cf Tour Spine and See an 0stf4i
Sefsre Taa Late. ,