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EL PASO HERALD
"Pure Silk Hose
)e place on sale -today and all of
nejct teseeK the 'Phoenljc Ptire Silk
Hose, colors 'Black, Tan, 'Bxirgxzndy,
J$aOy, Hello and Grey
50c the Tair
ROADS EXPECT BIG
Cattle Movement from Mex
ico This Tear Promises
to Break Eecords.
Now that the midwinter casxle ship
ping rush is over 'the railway world
is studying the near future. And accord
ing to almost everybody it will bring
the heaviest spring shipping of many
Beginning in late March or early
Aprii, 60 days are expected to bring
thousands of cattle over the internation
al border, bound for packing centers
of the United States. The traffic of last
year exceeded all local records, and rail
way men are led to believe that the
spring will renew the activity.
Reports received by the local agents
of the National lnes of Mexico indicate
that heavy stock movement is booked
. for January 17 with Sauz as a shopping
point. This, however, is considered only
a mid season movement.
VICE PRESIDENT OF ST PAUL
LIXE TO VISIT EL PASO
E. "W. McKenna, vice president of the
Chicago, Mlwaukee and St. Paul rail
way, is expected to return from the
Cty of Mexico within a few days. He
will visit El Paso on return. Mr. Mc
Kenna Is in charge of the operation of
the St. Paul line.
That's the -way to feel EVERY ONE
does that takes a CASCARET night
BEFORE, when he looks at the fellow
who didn't. For OVER-EATING and I
DRINKING nothing on Earth cleans you
mif- oc a fAQfAPPTV noHirallu .orlU I
without that upset sick feeling. Don't
neglect at bed time 9 P.M. or 4 A. M.
no difference you'll need it.
CASCARETS ioc a bor for a wedc'i
treatineat, all druggists. Biggest seller
la. the world. Million boxes a month.
Patent, kid, calf and tan leathers,
button and lace, 20 styles to pick
from, ?3.o0, ?4.00
( YOU -CAN DEPEND ON AJ
L Kinney Shoe J
. -r . gggggs1 saemeiv as Been proven thousands of :0 " ' V
WffflWp1 times in. El Paso; if you are one of the doubters
mWittf Let Us Prove It to You . V
wSi French, Snriner & Urn- $SiSKM !
Jk Sf er an( Boyden Shoes W JjjSKpmm I
imlfc ls or -en5 Nothing g 49Fwf
f KSk wk Turner in PJhofirnakinp Ma r I
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; m KnaHiKi WA t f . ittv ,.- -. -.. -w. 7 BJFL
! JfcnSJfevak sizes and widths, button and lace. .HRSkP'
wi ' Stcn!." .": $7.00 Q3& I
IS vfiSJHRIk. Dull leathers, 5.50 d?2 A A 8 11
. .. D
Southern Pacific Chiefs in
Mexico Have a Meeting
in El Pasc.
A conference ol two prominent rail
road officials was held Friday at the-
union station yards In a private car.
Routine business is given as its purport.
Epes Randolph, president of the Ran
dolph lines of Mexico and Arizona, in
his private car Pocahontas, entertain
ed A. H. McKay, vice president of .the
Southern Pacific of Mexico, and general
representative of that line at the City
Last night Mr. Randolph returned to
Tucson and Mr. McKay departed in
his car for the Mexican capital.
"There are no changes In the progress
of the lines," said Mr. Randolph. "The
work of construction is progressing as
STEEL IS BEIXG LAID BY
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 15. The work of
laying the steel rails on the line of
the Arizona Commercial railroad has be
gun. The greater part of the grading
of the road bed has been completed.
Beginning with the junction of this
line with the Gila valley tracks about
three miles of the continuous road bed
has been completed. The trestles
throughout this part of the road are
Jn place and there will be no interrup
tion in track laying on this part of
The work now at hand is the heaviest
of "the whole line, and there only re
mains a short distance of road bed to
It will probably be the last of March
before the new line will be ready for
a formal opening.
FOR:5IER EL 3L
IS GRAXTED PATENT.
Globe, Ariz., Jan 15. W. r. Kendrick
of this city, better known among rail
road men throughout Arizona, Texas
and Colorado, as "Xaco Bill," inventor
of the Kendrick improved angle cock,
has received notification through his
attorneys of the granting of a patent
i for his invention in the republic of
Mexico. Kendrick has already been
Boys' and Girls ' School
Good heaw soles, built for service
EPEWP OW A KINm gy
ax sakjM9Tantqnio. ST.
fl F 1
With The Exchanges
FARMS ARE VALUABLE. -
From Marfa (Tex.) Xew Era.
In the east "Back to the Farm" Is
the universal cry. The high price of
farm products will soon make the old
DEL RIO'S INDUSTRIES.
From Del Rio (Tex.) :News.
Del -Rio will soon boast of a canning
factory,-a wool and mohair warehouse
and a wool scouring plant and a
I brick kiln.
EL PASOAX'S WALKOVER.
From San Angelo (Tex.) Press News.
Senator Claude Hudspeth, from pre
sent indications, will have a walkover
for reelection. Up .to this time no one
hadgie temerity to come out against
PIXCHOT AXD TEXAXS.
From Dallas Times Herald.
Gifford PInchot is coming to Texas.
Glfford wilrtneet thousands of Texans
who are of the opinion that that lump
of $6,000,000,000 Alaskan anthracite
coal is the property of the American
A BIG PROJECT.
From Tuma (Ariz.) Sun.
Nothing that Is being done in the
southwest at the present time Is at
tracting more attention than the conl
struction of the siphon under the Colo
rado river. As a piece of engineering
and as the culminating link in the
Yuma project It is attracting attention
from all parts of the country.
THAT IS OXLY GO PERCEXT.
From Albuquerque (N. M.) Journal.
El Paso reports an assessed valuation
this year of $30,000,000. El Paso has
40,000 people. This is a pretty .good
showing. Albuquerque has an assessed
valutlon this year of a little more, than
$3,000,000. El Paso is mot 10 times big
ger than Albuquerque. Certainly It is
not 10 times richer. The discrepancy is
worth thinking about.
From Tucson (Ariz.) Star.
Eastern papers continue writing
alarming editorials on the passing of
the horse, but we In the southwest are
not- going to get excited until the burro
starts to pass. Hardly a day goes by
an which a team of two or more of the
little brutes cannot be seen on the
streets of Tucson. Sometimes the
load behind them Is out of all propor
tion to the size of the animals, but
generally the wagon and wood is about
as scrasrclv looking as the burros
MARTIXEZ AXD POLITICS.
From Albuquarque (N. M.) Tribune
Citizen. The Roswell RIgister Tribune, has
the following to say:
"The report has gone out that the
plant of the old Albuquerque Citizen
will be moved to Clovls, and the pub
lication of a big democratic daily com
menced, as the first step toward the
democratic evangelization of the east
ern tier. It is undoubtedly a phase of
the campaign for Felix Martinez on this
side of the mountains; the fact that
the same interests that publish the Tri
bune Citizen have controling Interest
is proof sufficient 6i that."
This Is all imaginary, evidently, like
all such stories that get afloat. The
ownership of this paper has not been
contemplating in the slightest the pub
lication of a paper at Clovis, and much
less Is Mr. Martinez a candidate for
office as imagined or dreamed by many,
especially his enemies.
Mr. Martinez is not a candidate in
any maner, shape or form for any of
fice. granted a patent in the United States,
and will apply immediately for patents
in England, Germany and France. The
matter of the granting of a patent for
tho invention in Canada ia now pending
before the authorities of the dominion.
About five years ago he worked as con
ductor on the El Paso and Southwest
ern, running for three years out of El
Paso, and if. well known In that city.
CAR GOES OVER BRIDGE;
BRAKEMAX IS IXJURED
Sweetwater, Texas, Jan. 15. "While a
Texas & Pacific freight train was back
ing up at the Orient bridge here late
Patent, kid and tan leathers, cloth
and kid tops, button and lace, welt
and turn soles, extra (frO Ef
values p5 !
Women's shoes in kid leather,
heavy and light soles, well made
and stylish, at ?2.25, rfT A A
2.50 and tpOtVU
X.et it be understood once for all that
the goal rI Mr. Martinez's ambition
would be reached if New Mexico would '
get together, forget all about office
and think more of the progress of the
ierritorj, rather than that he should
be boosted for office and the progres
sive work in New Mexico handicapped
by his enemies because of that fear.
This is authoritatively written. Any
one desiring further information is re
fered to Mr. Martinez personally.
MAX'S DEBT TO THE HORSE. j
From Kalamazoo (Mich.) Evening
No animal on the face of the earth
works like the horse; no animal any
where Is his equal in usefulness to
man. He is the one real slave of hu
manity; for never lived a human slave
In any age or in any land who went
about his task and his crushing labor
more uncomplainingly, more steadily
jaind more faithfully than does the
horse. He brings help when .the home
Is aflame; lie drags in the Harvest that
feeds millions; he scurries over the
ground to bring the physician to the
bedside when we come Into the world;
he paces solemnly onward as he drags
us to the grave. He carries the joyous
children upon his broad back, and he
thunders to the hospital with the
clanging amubulance. Through the
streets he drag3 the mighty iron
supports for the giant skyscraper, and
over the boulevards of the park he
sweeps with fashion and beauty at his
hoofs. In the midst of plenty he
carries food in abundance to countless
homes, and In the midst of starvation
he yields up 'his own body to keep life
in the famished 'human frame.
And for this sublime devotion, this
lifelong labor, this noble martyrdom,
how often is the faithful animal repaid
with atrocious cruelty and vilevand In
human neglect. The treatment of
horses by some people Is Immeasurably
base; and It is all the more hideous and
scoundrelly, because the poor animal
has no means of defence, no chance for
aid, no voice to demand help.
He Is driven at terrific speed for Im
mense distances; 'he Is forced to wear
rough and heavy harness over a sore
and lacerated body, dragging after
him heavily laden wagons, all the while
suffering silently the most awful tor
ture. He is compelled to drag over
loaded wagons up steep hills, often
cruelly lashed with the whip, and then
after a long day of dreadful slavery
he Is poorly housed, often with" in
Yet there are owners and drivers of
a different stamp. These are men into
whose hardened soul no appreciation
of the value and devotion of the horse
is allowed to penetrate. They misuse
the animal to an atrocious degree, and
are impervious to his appealing look,
when he is racked by pain or worn J
riftwn -with tnil. a? thmiirh hr nnnp !
beast were but a senseless rock. Such
men as these know no pity, and be
cause they know no pity they know no
There is nothing overdrawn in the
recital of man's inhumanity to his one
best and most constant friend. Hap
pily, though, it is not a recital of the
usual treatment of the horse. Turning
from the consideration of 111 treatment,
it is pleasant to know that in the
hearts of the vast majority or men,
women and children there is genuine
love for this fine and good friend in
the animal kingdom. And assuredly
he deserves that love.
"U'hen 3ou love a horse, you love
man's best, truest and mose useful
friend in all the range of the world t
Friday afternoon, the rear struck an
open switch, throwing off two cars from
the track. The rear one broke off and
fell to the Orient track below.
Two brakemen were on the car. One
fell with the car and is seriously hurt.
TV. B. Downing of Fort "Worth, the
other, jumped from the other side of
the bridge and was badly shake nup.
The Texas & Pacific track is now
clear, but the Orient track will be
blocked for some time.
RUSHIXG WORK OX ROAD
FR03I EXID TO DALHART.
Dalhart, Texas, Jan. 15. The latest
information from Enid, Okla., is that
about $75,000 of the stock of the Enid,
Ochiltree & "Western railroad has been
raised between Enid and TVoodAvard,
Okla., nd it is auticlpted there will be
no trouble in raising the entire amount
before Ochiltree, Texas, is reached, that
being the eastern terminus in this state.
"Work on the Texas end from Dalhart
to Ochiltree is progressing satisfac
torily, and the reports from the exhibit
car, "Panhandle," are that hundreds of
town lots in "Wilcoe, the first station
and town east of Dalhart, have been
sold as the result of the car's advertis
ing through the states of Missouri,
Kansas and Nebraska.
DOUGLAS AXD BISBEE Tl'AXT
PUIL3IAX SERVICE TO COAST
"When A. N. Brown, new general traffic
manager, and a party of E. P. & s. "W.
oiiiciais were in JJougias a few days J
ago they visitea tne chamber of com
merce and mines. Secretary Grindell
asked some questions of interest to the
Arizona city. Douglas and Bisbee want
a Pullman car service between Arizona
points and Los Angeles. Mr. Brown will
look into the matter and try to make
connections with the Southern Pacific
at Benson. He also explained about the
raise in freight rates on mining ma
chinery. Eli PASO FUMjMAX.
El Paso is in a class by Itself. When
an El Pasoan wishes to go to Chicago
for a little rest and quiet after the
hurry of El Paso, he has a private Pull
man at hi? disposal. Arrangement has
been made by the Rock Island for hav-
00 THIS NOW
"Write me a description of your case
"Write fully and freely in your own
Tell me carefully all about your con
dition. Don't say, "Send me a treatment for
lost vitality, kidney or bladder trouble
If you have any of these afflictions
or any other diseases (I treat and cure
all diseases that medicine will cure)
tell me all about them; tell me where
the pains are: tell me how long vou
have been afflicted. Give me all "the
information you can. Careful attention
to each case has made me successful
If I understand your case it will help
me to cure you more quickly and easily
"Write the letter today and hv rinrn
mail I will send you a proof treatment
(not patent medicine), and my big med-
ical bOOk full Of Valuable infnrmntlnn
and private advice all in a plain wrap
per, postage paid and Free Free to
you. Free to any afflicted friend or
It may mean long life, health,
strength and vigor if you "Do This
DR. JAMES "W. KipD, CGI Kidd Bldg.,
Fort "Wayne, Indiana.
1 Yesterday We Shipped fifSjfSffl I
mi mka W&M H 9 mjibis ,- saifc-fj. immamjm H
m mMS7yBSM B
fin M IPl HMftyEEiHBBBWMBBHHB
i Car Loads EBB I
ing a special Pullman car attached to
the Golden State limited train, the fast
est In the west. This car will be cut
off at E1 Paso and will run between
here and Chicago.
AUDITORS AT WORK.
Auditors of the various railroads of
El Paso are making the semi-annual
inspection of books at the union station.
The work will continue for a number
CALIFORXIA TRAFFIC HEAVY.
California passenger traffic has been
so heavy over the G-, H. & S. A. re
cently that yesterday and today the
Sunset Limited arrived in two sections.
This morning the train was divided
into one section of nine cars, another of
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Cashier Jameson of the- E. P. & S.
"W., at Tucumcari, is In the city on busi
ness. L. O. Spencer, .operator for the Santa
Fe "at Raton, is In the city visiting
Patrick Savage has returned to his
Santa Fe run. Edward Quinlan has
returned to freight service.
Guy Lewis, Santa Fe passenger con
ductor, has returned after an absence
caused by his wife's death.
Operator Rice for the E. P. & S. "W.
at Ancho, has gone to Columbus, O.,
where a brother is dangerous ill.
Jack Morrison and Joe Grant, both of
whom served the G. H. & S. A. for a
number of years, are also on the jury.
Henry Biggers. E. P. & S. "W. pas
senger conductor on Xos. 3 and 4, is
laying off. George Sullivan Is on his
Edwajd Lennon, the conductor in
jured in the Benson wreck, has been
discharged from the Tucson hospital,
and returned to this city yesterday.
"W". Xicholden, formerly a railroad
engineer on the T. & P.. was on the jury
in the 41st district court this week. It
being the first time he ever acted as a
B. P. Bropase. an old time railroad
man, passed through here from his
home at Los Angeles, Cal., to the east
and stopped over to meet Jack Simpson,
who was out of the city.
J. F. Sullivan, traveling passenger
agent of the Louisville & Nashville
railroad at Houston, is in the city on
company business. He will remain until
Monday, departing for the City of Mex
ico. F. C. "Weise. National Lines of Mex
ico dispatcher at Gomez Palacio, passed
through El Paso on his way to Gun
nison, Colo., where he has accepted a
position as operator for the D. & R. G.
Conductors Butler and A. B. Curtis,
of the Dawson division of the E. P. &
S. "W., are holding down the new Rock
Island passenger runs.
TO EXLARGE DALHART SHOPS.
Dalhart, Tex., Jan. 15. The Rock Is
land is making several additlonsMo Its
shops here, among ihem being car sheds,
which will hold a dozen or more cars
Expert work, moderate prices on re-
REVIVAL AT "WEST3IIXSTER
"WILL BEGIN SUXDAY
Revival services at "Westminster Pres
byterian church, corner Rio Grande and
Florence streets, begin to morrow morn
ing. "W. N. Wiggins, who Is here In the
Interest of the Sunday school work, of I
W&. uHH&!s9St Z3RflHH
MADE IN EL PASO
Roswell, New Mexico
Artesia, New Mexico -Hagerman,
Carlsbad, New Mexico
Hope, New Mexico
The First Carload Shipments Ever Made to
the Pecos Valley From El Paso
The yestern Coffee Co.
Have your Electric fixtures, brass beds, silver
ware and, inject, anything made of metal, refinisiied
and made like new at low prices. Satisfaction guar
Gold, silver, nickle, brass ,copper and bronze
Electric and Gas Fixtures
Designed and manufactured in any finish desired
without extra cost for finish.
THE STANDARD ELECTRIC CO.
107 South Stanton St. Phones 1952 and 9S2.
El Paso county, will have charge of
the Sunday services.
For the Monday and Tuesday night
services Rev. C. O. Beckman, of the
First Methodist church, has agreed -to
Edward McKenzie, of Memphis, will
conduct the singing during these meet
ings, beginning with the Monday night
Mr. McKenzie has a fine baritone
voice, and is organizing a Jarge chorus,
and the music promises to be a feature
of the meetings.
The Rev. Frank E. Fincher is expect
ed to arrive next Wednesday, when he
will take charge of the meetings, hold
ing services every day at 3 oclock In the
afternoons and 7:30 In the evenings.
There is already a Jeep interest
aroused among the members of the
church, and the preacher will find things
lready going when, he arrives.
ARRESTED FOR FIGHTING;
OXE MAX HAS GUX
Ed Grossman and B. Goldeustein were
arrested late Friday night by policeman
Lenry at the corner of San Antonio and
Oregon streets. Grossman was docketed
on charge ofarrying a i-istol and fur
nished a $200 bond, while Goldenstein,
charged with assault, furnished ?25
bond, the bonds In both instances being
supplied by B. Tom Smith, who conducts
the Alberta hotel on San Francisco
somewhere in a
who wanted to get
hurry, jumped oi a
7 mm Ik
( JSHl r)
15fe Southwestern Telegraph $L Telephone Ccmpany
Santa Fe switch engine in the yard
yesterday afternoon and. as a. result was
fined $3 in the police court yesterday
evening. Steve Monroe,, who accused several
other negroes of holding him up ob
the street early yesterday morning, was
fined 10 for attempting to tell the court
fairy tales when arraigned In, police
court Friday evening.
Helen Smith, charged with vagrancy,
was fined $5.
Charlie Beacham, a negro of uncer
tain age, was dismissed when arraign
ed on a charge of conducting a disorder-
I ly house.
Pedro Flores was arrested by immi
gration authorities last eight on a
charge of carrying a pistol and con
fined in the city jail.
Must prescribe some of the In
gradients that are contained In
Hood's SarsaparlIJa for all trou
bles of the blood stomach, kid
neys and liver.
They include sarsaparilla, stillingia,
yellow dock, gentian, wild cherry bark,
mandrake, dandelion, juniper berries,
The combination and proportions are "
Dur own formula and. give power to cure
beyond the reach of any other prescrip
tion or substitute. That's "why fc ia
wise to get Hood's and only Hood's.
DO YOU KNOW
That telephone service is valuable only in pro-
portion to the number of people you can reach?
If but four or five of us had service it -wouldn't
be of much use, would it?