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EL PASO HERALD
Come Early Next
These are a few of the many specials for the early
shopper next week. Some of these are yours if you
get here 6n time.
This ladies' desk in genuine quarter
sawed oak, early English finish, mission
style. Has good size -writing table; only
Ladies' Mission Desk in heavy oak; has
large square -posts; a splendid value at,
This heavy fission Library
Table in genuine quarter sawed
oak, carlv English finish; a
regular $25.00 value. Next week
Mission Library Tables, 42 in.
long, genuine oak, early English
extra heavy and strong, spe
cial for next -week, only
Don't pass this Eoeker.'
2sTever before has such a
splendid "value been of
fered. An excellent dry
climate rocker. No glue
used in its construction.
Worth regular $7.50
extra, special for next
SEE WHAT A LITTLE MONEY WILL BUY:
Cooler seat dining Chairs, only $1.00 Splendid Oak Center Tables... $2.00
Large wood scat Rockers $1.75 Room size Rtigs, only $3:7o
..$4.50 xExrra large lace Curtains, pr...$1.50 I
All Cotton Mattresses
Xew Iron Beds, 4-6 $2.50
And many other just as good values. Give us a call.
T. H. Rogers
i iiiK-i fi- k iMorr.h stanr.on.
Man Pound Dead at Biloxi
Said to Be Eobert East
man, of Chicago.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 15. Identification
of the body of the man found dead at
the Breslow hotel at Biloxi, Miss , was
ronde here today as that of Barrett
Eastman, for years known to Chicago
Jans as a dramatic critic Col. A. F.
Eastman, the father, made Identifica
tion from a photograph
All indications at the Biloxi hotel
are that Eastman ended his life -with
poison and sought to prevent identifi
cation by destroying the papers he
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I,ITTLE HOPE FOR THE
RECOVERY OP TERRY
James E. Terry, pioneer con
tractor of El Paso, remains in
an unchanged condition at his
residence at Bisbee and San
Marcial streets. Little hope of
his recovery Is held.
REVIVAL TO OPEN AT
CALVARY CHURCH SUNDAY
Rev. John A. VTray of Live Oaks, Fla.,
Avill begin a series of revival meetings at
Calvary Baptist church, tomorrow, tie
-will speak both, morning and evening
daily. , ;
"Mr. Wray is a cousin of Thomas
Dixon, aut'hor,nd is nastor af a Bap
tist church iiv t"ne"Florida town.
The daily services -will be held at 7:30
p. m., and ID. a, ih. An effort may be
made to securethe services of tie east
ern pastor fr 'r additional week.
- SALVATION ARMY.
Tonight at 8 oclock at the Salvation
Army hall, tire yjrnng people will sing
solos" composed "by themselves, or recite
10 a. m.. an open air meeting
at the corner of Oregon and San An
tonio streets wall be held: at 11 a. m.,
a, 'holiness meeting, "A Heart Searching
Process": at 2 p. m., Sunday School and
Bible class; at 3 p. m-, open air meeting;
at 4 p. m., a jail service; a young peo
ple's service; at 7 p. m., an open air
meeting; at 8 p. m., "The Sinner's
Tuesday, S p. m., "An Avalanche of
Song and Music," is announced, with
banjo and mandolin medle-, solos, duets,
' Wins Respect
It has gained a reputation for our watches and
clocks that we feel proud of. "While we con
sider the movement the most important part
of a watch or clock, beauty too, should be con
sidered. When you buy a watch, of us, you know exactly
what you are getting. We enjoy going with
you, into the details of its making ana ma
terial, pointing out its elements of strength
or weakness if there be any or showing you
why certain parts should be scrupulously ex
amined and perfectly adapted to meet certain
wearing conditions. In other words you get
the benefit of our expert technical knowledge
and our persistently honest methods.
Such high grade watches as WALTTTA"M,
ELGIN, HOWARD, and the renowned .Swiss
PATEK-PHILLIPPE and G-EUEN PRE
CISION watches are sold here.
Wl T. Hixson Co.
"The Gift House of the Southwest"
MONEY AND METALS.
Kerr York Q.notaIoBn.
p3y Associates! Tresm.3
New -York, Jan. 15. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 45 per
cent. Closlnr Quotations Today.
Bar sliver, 52A.
Desilverized lead. $4.67 4.72.
Copper, standard and Jan., $13.12
13.50; March. $13.12 13.50.
Mexican dollars. 44a
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $6.05.
Current nmeltrr notations.
(E Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 52
Copper -wire bars (cts. per lb.) .13 11-16
Copper Cathode (cts. perJb.)..13 9-lt
Lead (London sales prices). 13, sl6, d3
Lead (New York sales prices) $4.70
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
rc:ineerine and Mining' JcuraaU
Bar silver 52.42
ers, $3.005.10; cows and heifers, $2.15
5.G0; calves, $7.S510.00.
Hogs Receipts 9000. 5c lower. Light,
S4.85S.60; mixed, $S.40S.90; heavy,
?4.85S.95; rough. $8.458.65; good to
choice heavy, SS.65S.95; pigs, $7.30
8.40; bulk. $S.65S.S0.
Sheep Receipts 2000 steady. Na
tive. ?!.& Cj 0.10; western. $4.yO"S"15;
yearling'. $6.75.?S.(iO, lambs, native.
$0.2j6S0; western, $6.n5(38.75.
Fort "Worth Uvcslock. CIokc.
Fort Worth. Tex.. Jan. 15. Cattle
Receipts 700; hogs 1000. Steers steady,
tops $4.00; cows steady, tops $3.50;
calves steady, tops $5.50.
Hogs Lower, tops $8.43.
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
May . 1.11 i
tfEW YORK LISTED
STOCKS. - '
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru C. Globe, Ariz.
American Smelter 95
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 76
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul ..149
Colorado Fuel & Iron 44
Erie Railway 32fe
Missouri, Kansafs & Texas 45
Missouri Pacific 66
Rock Island 44
Southern Railway 31
Southern Pacific, 132
Texas Pacific 33
Union Pacific 194
U. S. Steel, common -.' 85
May 6S 69
Chicago Provisions. Close.
May 11.60 11.62
HOYT FURNITURE COMPANY
109 to 113 Sao Francisco St,
The question is simply this. You can
save money by taking advantage of the
discount on our stock of high grade
Furniture that we are going to sell as
much of as possible before we move. It's
a money saving reduction. Come and see
St. Louis Wool. Close
s'. Louis, Mo., Jan. 15. Wool un
changed. Territory and western me
diums, 2528; fine medium, 2024; fine,
TO MEET HERE
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru C-, Globe, Ariz.
Boston Corbin, 7
Boston Con 46
Butte Coalition 10
Cal. & Arizona 23
Cal. & Hecla 19
Copper Range 93
East Butte 37
Greene Cananea 20
Hancock .' 11
Isle Royal 10
Lake Copper 5
La Salle .' 27
Miami '.... S4
Michigan I 18
Nev. Con. . .'. . .v. 7
North Lake 26
North Butte ". 3
HOYT FURNITURE COMPANY
109 to 113 San Francisco St,
MEXICAN GIVES BOND.
Francisco Martinez, who has ibeen un
der arrest in the federal court, charged
with" smuggling opium, was released to
dsuy on bond, pending an investigation
of his case by the federal grand jury.
His bond was fixed at $500 by United
States commissioner ueorge x. umer,
and Martinez gave security for that
amount this morning.
(By Special "Wire to The He -aid from
H. H. Bru C-, Globe, Aiz.
Superior & Boston 11
Superior & Pittsburg 16
United Copper 15
U. S. Smelters, common 65
Utah Con 9
Black Mountain 40c
Boston Ely 43g
Butte Balaklava 12
Butte & London 22c
Cal. Mont 2
Chino Cop. Co 13
Chief Con 2
Cordova, part paid 1
Cordova, full paid . 3
Cumberland Ely '. 8
Davis Daly 3
Ely Central 1
Gila Copper 10
Inspiration Cop 9 3-16
La Rose 5
Live Oak Devel 20
Lake Superior & Arizona Jv. 3
Majestic Copper of Utah 94c
Mason "Valley 2
Nat. Min. Ex. 56c
New Keystone 6
Ohio Copper 4 34
Pinto Copper 22c
Ray Central 3
Ray Con -.; 24
SaA'anna, part paid '. 2
San Antonio, part paid 8
Superior & Globe, part paid 1
"Wolverine & Ariz 80c
South L. 12
Knnsnn City Livestock. Clone.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 15. Cattle
Receipts 200; no southerns; steady. Na
tive steers, 4.757.25; southern steers.
$4.006.00, southern cows, 2.754.50;
native cows and heifers, $2.606.00;
stockers and feeders, $3.25 5.25; bulls,
$3.405.00: calves, ?4.008.25; western
steers, $4.50 6.50; western cows, ?3.00
Hogs Receipts 2000; 5c lower; bulk,
$8.30S8.60: heavy. $S.60S.65; pack
ers and butchers. $8.408.60; light,
$S.00S.50; pigs, $6.757.90.
Chicngro Livestock. Close.
Chicago. HI., Jan. 15. Cattle Re-
lpts S00, steady. Beeves $4.15 7.85;
Texas steers, $4.0055.00; western
steers, $4.106.10; stockers and feed-
ECZEMA CURED BT
Eczema is the itching disease that
nearly distracts one. "Who is there that
has ever !had this terrible disease that
would not give anything they possessed
to be cured? It matters not how long
you have suffered, what you have tried,
or If every part of your body Is an
Itching, burning sore, a permanent
cure awaits you. Thousands have been
cured by the use of "Imperial Remedy."
Among them are people from every
town and village in the south.
The instant "Imperial Remedy" is
applied you feel relieved. This prepa
ration has a pleasant odor, contains no
grease or salve and requires no ban
dages. .It Is a clean liquid which pene
trates the pores, loosens the fibrous
tissues and purifies the diseased parts.
After -the disease has all been driven
out the skin 1s left pure, clear, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy Is $1 per bottle. Your local
druggist can get it for you. If he ;
win not, mall us $1, and we will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston
dYational Convention of Ali-
cana Opens Monday.
Delegations are already arriving for
the seventh national convention of the
Alianza HisDano-Americann. which op
ens in the JTraternal Brotherhood hall j
The 'Santa Rita. X. M, delegation ar
rived this morning, and delegations from
tne west are expecteu on tne evening
trains from Arizona, California, west
Texas and Xew Mexico. Sunday the
delegates will continue to arrive and
when the first meeting is called to or
der Monday, 250 delegates and as many
more visitors are expected to he pres
ent. The convention will last during the
entire week, closing with a trip to
Chihuahua on board a special train.
The Chihuahua lodge will act as the
host for the delegates who go to Chi
huahua and excursions will be arranged
to tne piaces or interest in tne .uexican Rt3rt t v ric-ht with a cun of de
state capital Street car excursions and nMmi nias x- Ranhnm's SprI "Brand
a parade of all the delegates and the El j coffee. For sale only at Jackson's.
jrau luutj vnu ue iiukl -wirimgi. liic ji,i phone 353
lhe Auanza Hispano-Americana has a
CHESS TOURNAMENT FOR EL PASO.
An effort is being made by Frank H.
Seamon, to hold a chess tournament in
this city at an early date. This event
should "afford "much -pleasure to local
devotees of the game, and Mr. Seamon
hopes that they wall all take -part in it.
Mrs. Frank Tobin and family have
gone to St. Louis on a visit.
Thinas in the Shops
You can continue to get the best meat
in the city at Ardoins, despite the
threatened shortage of meat.
Save 25 percent on your furniture by
visiting the big Springer store this
total membership of 4000, with 42 lodges
in Xew Mexico, west Texas, Arizona,
California. Chihuahua, and Sonora. While
the lodge was originally intended as a
fraternal organization for Spanish
Americans, a large number af Americans
belong and the Alianza is among the
strongest fraternal, organizations in the
Ardoins's poultry is like the meat
the best that can be secured. All poul
Remember the big meat sale at Stet
ter and Schneider's tonight regardless
of the promised meat famine.
In ordering fruits and vegetables, if
you want the freshest and best, phone
Take that watch to Ben Miller to
have It repaired.
You'll eat well If you patronize Jack
son's delicatessen. Everything cooked
and ready to serve. Phone 353.
New furniture at one-fourth off at
Springer's all next week.
Get good meat at a discount while
you can. Special sale at Stetter and
Dill's pickles, sauer kraut and mince
meat the Ardoin kind will always cre
ate an appetite.
Sedgwick creamery butter and Sun
flower eggs are two of our specialties. !
OF ALL SOETS
1909-10 PRICE CATALOGUE
By GEO. C. R0EDING
Profusely illustrated, describing
2,000 different varieties of trees
and plants. Valuable suggestions
given relative to planting, prun
ing and care of orchards. Mailed
for 25 cents.
GEO. C. ROEDING, Pres. & Hgr.
Box 80, Fresno, California, IT. S. A.
"When you -want a nice, tender, juicy
steak, phona Ardoins.
Use Herald "Want Ads.
I Many Hours Gained
T Travelers destined to
Til points east, should take
uries offered by the
Kansas City, Chicago, St Louis and all
advantage of the facilities ana lux-
W a m
en Dime L,mme
JTTThe train without a peer Pullman standard and compart
jU ment sleepers exclusive for first' class travel. Observation-Library-Cluh
Car, with Victrola musical recitals at seasonable
hours; unequalled a-la-carte dining car service; barber and valet
service. Leaves El Paso daily at 1:05 P. m.
Two other excellent trains daily. The Californian at 6:30
tlj P. M. and Chicago Special at 8:00 A. M., carries Pullman and
tourist sleepers, chair cars, coaches, etc.
FOR TICKETS, RATES, RESERVATIONS OR FULL
INFORMATION, CALL ON OR ADDRESS
I RICHARD WARREN H. D. McGREGOR I
j General Agent City Ticket Agent
- . E. P. & S. W. SYSTEM ' '
I City Ticket Office, Sheldon Hotel
- EL PASO, TEXAS ,, ..-, ' , j
Phones: Bell 594, Auto 1694 & ' j
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