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Again next week, El Paso people will be able to purchase, at an underprice, everything carrried in our still immense stock. Nothing is reserved! We must move, and all stock mustbe
sold! Purchasers, the previous days of this sale, have been surprised at the striking bargains offered. .They will be still further surprised when they come next week and find that
prices, in manyicases, have been still further cut. in fact, we have placed on everything in stock a price that is the lowest possible. By comparison, considering grade for grade, nowhere in
El Paso will you be able to find equal values.
Removal Sale of
ftOf course, the biggest thing in our entire sale is Men's Clothing,
and the biggest thing in Men's Clothing is the celebrated Schloss
Bros. & Co. make. All suits are now radically reduced in price,
and every overcoat is now on sale at absolute cost. Each suit and
qvercoat is marked with a -plain figure, and it is an easy matter
for you to come and judge for yourself of the unusual character
of the bargains we now offer. In addition to clothing, Eemoval
Sale prices are quoted on Men's Hats ,Sweaters, Shirts, Hand
kerchiefs, Ties, Gloves, Underwear, Shoes and Hose. We have
printed prices previously, and this is merely to remind you that
the big Eemoval Sale is still going on.
Of Household Needs
Ko housekeeper can well afford to overlook the
splendid bargains offered-here on household ne
cessities. We have established a reputation,
thai we are proud of, for selling this class of J
merchandise while oui stock is not unusually
large, our values are. So come next week and
select what is needed in the way of Sheets, Pil
low Gases. Blankets, Comforts and Towels,
Piece Goods, which are on sale in our
Basement, offer unusually attractive
selections at Eemoval Sale prices.
Removal Sale of Things
For Women aiid Children
Some people seem to think that we have very few things for worn-.
en. 'They are, naturally, surprised when they come and see the
splendid bargains they can now buy in the Eemoval Sale. Wom
en's and Children's Hose are a big item, and eight special lots
have, been arranged to make selections easy. Women's and Chil
dren's Shoes at Eemoval Sale prices are not to be overlooked.
We know that, grade for grade, we are offering the best bargains .
in reliable Shoes to be found in El Paso. Women's and Chil
dren's Underwear is something else that you want to consider in
connection with Eemoval Sale prices and present needs. Pay
us a visit Monday, without fail. You will save money by it.
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the police force refused to offer him
proper protection, he &ays. He proceed
ed to Nogales from Hermosillo out when
he discovered tnat the sajne crowd of
hoodlums ivas on the train, he made no
effort to speak m that town but crossed
Sunday at -nhich I '.vill speak in the In
terest of the Anti-jrteelectionist party."
"Is joarbarous, Mexico, "as printed in
the American magazine tine?"
"I have not read it all but from what
Mexican Cotton Planter Is
Touring His Country
Speaking Against Diaz
"If Corral Is elected president and
Diaz should die, it might mean a revo
lution in jfesico. Tlmt is the one thing;
tvc want to avoid."
"Corral Is the -worst person we cohM
have for p-esldent. He "would be dicta
tor. Barhnrous Mexico Is mostly trac
from all I have read or n articles. We
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want to change all that.
AVe want peace based on law and not
upon the prestige of one man (Diaz).
j "President .Diaz has done the bet he
! could under such a system hut the ays
tcm is had. AVe do not condemn him
hut his system.'
j These are some of the broad state
ments made today by Don Francisco y
! Madero, a wealthy cotton planter of San
i Pedro, Coahuila, Mexico, -who arrived
! Friday night from Sonora, where he nt-
tempted to make public speeches in the
: liberal cause, was hooted by a mob, re
i fused protection by the police, and
finally vas forced to telegraph to presi
dent Diaz for permission to enjoy the
right of free speech as guaranteed un
der the Mexican constitution.
Interfered "With by Hoodlums.
Senor Madero, at his own expense, is
making a campaign trip through the re
public in the interest of the National
A-cti-Reelectionlst party, which is op
posing the reelection of president Diaz
and vice president Corral. He recently
invaded Sonora for the purpose of cre
ating interest in this liberal party, but
in Hermosillo, Nogales and ether towns
found it impossible to continue his
speeches because of the disturbance of
a mob of hoodlums. He was interfered
with In his meeting at Hermosillo and
to the American side immediately after 1 i have read K is lararelv true and con
his arrival. j ditioms are described there much as they
While at Alamos, the home of vice j exist in Mexico. We want to change all
president Corral, senor Madero wired 10 that by having the rights of the people
president Diaz tor the privilege of free j under the constitution given to tliem
speech, claiming that his speeches were ' again. As it is the three departments
interfered with and that tiie police of- of the government are now centered in
fered him practically no protection. I one man which is ivrong and opposed to
This, according to his istateineut, was progress."
granted him in message to the author- Senor Madero. acconmanied bv his
ities from the Mexican government, but j vife, Lie. Estrada, his private secretary,
he was again Interrupted in Hermosillo. ! wm ie:lve this evening for Chihuahua.
Agaiubt Diaz and Corral
The Anti-Reelectiouist party for
which the Mexican citizen L working,
includes half of the republic of Mexico,
mg for Chihuahua.
During the day a number of prominent
Mexicans from EI Paso and Juarez call
ed on him at his rooms In the Sheldon.
Dudley, Chihuahua, Mer.; Henry
Chamberlain, Los Angeles, Cal.; C. F.
Crofts, Chicago. 111.. B. P. Abbott, Bo
vina. Tex.; H C. Chamberlain, Bovina,
Tex. C. J. Clifford, South Bend, Ind.;
J. Z. Goding and wife. v orcester,
Mass.: S. M. Aylsworth and wife.
Scran ton. Pa., Thomas T Wolfender,
Philadelphia, Pa,; Alexander Moore, De
Graff, Ohio; E. W. Hutchinson, Kous-
j ton, Tex.; G. L. Guthrie, Atchison,
j Kas.; E. U. Chambers, Los Angeles,
! Cal.; J F. Bonham, Las Cruces, N. M.:
W. M. Haynes, Cincinnati, Ohio; H.
Bonman, San Francisco, Cal.; A. L.
Mitchell, -Denver, Colo.f R. R. Urquhart,
Denver, Colo.; J A. Fleming, Pitts
he ,says. Local organizations exist in J YFTdiT A "KF C5TTTrC! A
many ol the cities of the republic in- V UlYlU DUJliD JA.
eluding Cnihuahua and Mexico City.
The movement is spreading, he says, and
when the convention of th'i liberal party I
is held in Mexico City on April 15 to
select a candidate against (jen. Diaz
for president and al.vj candidates for
the other otfice. representatives of
practically all parts of tne republic are
expected to ateud. Lie Rcque Estrada,
who accompanies senor Madero on his
trips, is secretary of the party and Lie.
Emelio Vasquez is president
Like Diaz Personally.
"Personally we are not opposed to
president Diaz," senor Madero said to
day. "He has done the best he can do
una his system which is centered in
himself, bur lie condemn the system.
Vv e do not want him to pass his power
to his successor and for this reason we
Wants $30,000 for Working
For Him For Eigtli
Francisco P. Caro, slayer of many
bulls but erstwhile saloon keeper, is
to employ an American term up
against it. The former bull fighter,
and a real Spanish one, too, is being
pursued by a woman, and a Spanish
woman at that.
Alleging that she has worked for
Caro without pay these long eijrht
years Benita Martin, who came to Mox-
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$7. SO Values
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ico with the bull sticker. ha nnonmi
ire ujJiJUBius ins eiecLion anu mat ot j suit In the Juarez court of letters She
vice president Corral. Corral is the worst j asks 30,000 or one half of the interest
person we could have for president. To of the Moctezuma saloon, frequented
elect him president would be a sjep by the Spanish sojourners of the bor
backward for Mexico. He does not have ,jer citw
the qualities that make president Diaz i " "
great and he would be a dictator.
Corral is elected we might have a revo
lution upon the death of Gen. Diaz. It
is this tnat we are seeking to avoid by
having peace under the law and not on
the prestige of one may.
Will Xomimite Candidate.
"At our convention to be held in Mex
ico City April 15 nve expect to name a
candidate tor president to oppose pres
ident Diaz. Who this -.rill be is net yet
"Do you expect 'opposition at your
"We may be opposed but we will hold
our convention," he said with a charac
teristic shrug of his shoulders.
"Frienas In El Paso wanted us to i
iiuiu a nieeung nerc duc we ao not want
to have Mexican politics on American
soil. Neither will we have a meeting
in Juarez, but we .will go to Chihuahua,
where we have an organization, and
where a meetinsr has been arranged for
St. Regis J. A. Stir.son, Frederick.
Okla.; T. H. Harnly. Meridian, Miss.;
F. J. Culhane. Meridian, Miss.; Johna
than Fox, St. Louis. Mo.; W. C- McDon
ald, Dallas, Texas; D. M. Barrengefr.,
Alamogordo.. X. M.; Charles M. Levine,
New York; Miss M. Brown. Waco, Tex.;
C. H. Gray, St. Louis. Mo.; L. B. Sem
mons, Los Angeles, Cal.; H. C. Haw
thorne, 2Cew York; Joi,n Maine, New
York; H. C. Schumacker, San Antonio,
Texas; J. S. Williams, jr.. Nacozari. So
nora; A. U. Harmer, Philadelphia. Pa.;
Charles Davis and wife, Bryan, Texas;
Charles Abbs, jr., and wife, Detroit.
Mich.; W. J. Morris and vife, New
York; A. Armijo. Las Cruces, N. M.;
Bert Crown. Chicago. 111.; C. O. Byrd,
San Antonio. Texas ;Dudley Warner,
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Sheldon D W.. Atchison, Mexico !
City; J. James and wife, Metcalf, Ariz '
L. A Ringgenberg and wife, Aguas
Calientes, Mex.: Gahram Goldsmith,
Houston, Tex.; E. M. Armrutewal', I
Houston, Tex.; William T. DeForest,
Colorado Springs, Colo.; W. H. Colby'
luusuu, -1.UX. , ""aiu Jeit'y, UOUglaS,
Ariz.; Edward Rodgers, Alton, 111.;
Mrs. E. K. Rodgers. Alton, m.; Charles
Krieger, Oswego, 111.; J. R. Croushorn
Oswego, III.; Marcus Whltt, Oklahoma
City, Okla ; Frank Carroll, Oklahoma
City, Okla.; Frank L Van Orden,
Horton, Mich.; C. W. Wingle, Denver'
Colo.; H. M. Stephens, Kansas City'
Kas.; H. Lutz, Lincoln, N M.; O. w!
Lindstrum, Hoofestan, 111.; e. H.. Rich
ard, New Orleans, La.; Mrs. J. R En
low, Chihuahua, Mex ; D. WItkowskkl,
San Francisco, -aj.; -l... ieis, San Fran
cisco, Cal.; J. E. Williamson and wife,
Troy, Kan.; W. II. Arkard and wife'
Texas; A. W Duff, San Francisco
Cal.; E. S.Aldana, Standford, N M.;
L T. Ames and wife. La Tuna, N. 31.;
Lie E. Zajuelta, wife and son, Culia
can, Sinaloa, Mex.; Severiano Famayo
and son, Cullacan, Sinaloa, Mex.;
Francisco Y. Madero ana wife, San Pe-
dro, Ceahulla, :eex.; Lie Roque Es
trada. Mexico City; Mrs. Vera .Canedo, I
Los Angeles, Cal.; T. M. Sleen, Whith
er, Cal ; B. J. Viljoen, La Mesa, N. M.;
E. J. Troy, Kansas City, Mo.; C. M.
Hull. Tucson, Ariz.; A. Fleischham. j
Chihuahua, Mex.; H. y. Woods jr, E
P. Military institute, Texas; John M. I
Murray, Alamogordo. N. M.; W. SI1
verberg. Alamogordo. N. M.; J A.
Beard and wife, Alamogordo. NM.; J.
M. CraAvley, Spokai.o, Wash.; fU. E
Angelus: C. T. Wilson, Tucson, Ariz.;
J. D. Walters, Tucson Ariz.; A. D.
Walker, Chicago, 111.; F. A. Offerle,
Chicago. 111.; E. H. Stanley, Detroit,
ldich.; J. J. Payne and wife, Los An
gelcsr Cal.; James E. Hammond, Tucson,
Ariz.; W.C. Walker. Tucsou, Ariz.; W.
G. Wndley and wife, Las Cruces. N. M.;
Chester A. Dougherty. St. Louis, Mo.;
Leonard Johnson. Seattle, Wash.; . D.
Rhea Forman, Tucson, Ariz.; E. B.
Sisk. Houston, Tex.; H. R. Slsk. Hous
ton, Tex.; C. M. Mullin, Los Angeles,
Cal.; T. J. Carner. Chicago 111.; F. R.
Wright New York N. Y.; Wood, Mc
Keesport, Pa.; James I. Blacom. Mc
Keesport. Pa.; S. J. Grumbles. Caroua,
N. M.; Robert T. Johnson, Dubuqne, la.;
John A. Wray, Live Oak. Fla.; A. Hel
ler, Rolla, Mo. f
Orndorff S. J. Wayne. Waco, Tex.;
J. Wallace and son. Edna. Io.; D. C.
Brown and wife. Mexico City; F. H
McFarlin, New York; Miss Eva Wear,
Stocton. Tex.; Mary C. Wllmeth, Carls
bad. N M.; Charlrs V. Gray, Denver,
Colo.; George A. Burt, Denver, Colo.;
Dudley Warner, Shidguoka, Japan;
W. J Walters. Denver,. Colo.: Leonard
Johnson. Seattle. Wash.: V. E. Hagg
finst, Alamogordo, N. M.: R. V. Smith,
St. Louis, Mo.; J Wesley Evans, Bal
timore, Md.; S. M. Aylsworth and wife,
Scranton, Pal; A. Keysferer and wife,
St. Louis, Mo.; D. F Alms and wife.
New York. N. Y.; C. O. Byrd. San An
tonio. Tex.; H. Williams. Ft. Worth,
Tex ; Miss Ruthele Keys, Lincoln. 111.;
C. S. Keys, Lincoln. 111.: E. W. Far
welt and wife, Pecos, Tex.; Charles
S. Taylor, Dallas. Tex.: Mrs. Burwell,
Dallas, Tex.; L G. Carter, Dallas, Tex.
Ariz.; T. B. Grace. Globe. Ariz.; H.
Jenkinson, St. Louis, Mo.
Grand Central.: R. L. Bigelow, Rin
con, N. M.: A. S. Cappedge, Silver Cy,
N. M.; Herman Hinton, East Liver
pool. England; W. E. Lerma, Las Cruces,
N. M.; Mrs. M. F. Lerma, Las Cruces. N.
M.; Ed. Roberts. Globe, Ariz.; Paul
pranks. Globe. Ariz.; W. II Stanbfr'.c.
CADETS GIVE DRESS PARADE
WETH WEW CADET BAND
At the El Paso Military institute
Friday afternoon the 'battalion gave the
first dress parade of tie new school
vear with the recently organized cadet
band. The band is being directed by
cadet Bart Hilburn.
A number of visitors from T olt-v
were at the academy to witness the
Pueblo. Colo.; Fisher and wife, Pueblo -Jl J fc"JP .the
Colo.; Mrs. M. Jungjohan. Clint. Texas evert- FriSv ffS?3 fl-i T
C. E. Stansenback. Albuqueroue, N M.; eer3 Friday afternoon at 3z4o oclock.
Tip Franklin. Tovah. Texas: Albert
Radcn. Newman, N. M.; Abram Gon- '
zales, Chihuahua, Mexico: J. J. Gon-
galez. Chihuahua, Nexico: J. H. Jauers, j
Silver City, N. M.; B. G. Tower. Chihua
hua, Mexico: H. Wolf, Oscura. N. M.; j
P. D. Gomez, Santa Rita. N. M.; Fran-
Cisco Olguin. Santa Rita. N. M.; Juan" C j
Martinez, Santa mta. N. M.; Doroteo I
Vail, Jerome. Ariz.: M. D. Rodriguez. !
San Diego, Cal.; F. M. Garcia, San $1S0 cash
Diego, (jal.; Nicholas Ay on, Mogollon,
N. M.; Ishmael Rivera. Hillsboro, N. M.
Late to Classify
Horse and surrey, harness, etc Cost
snorx time aso. Will sen fm-
H. L. Hoiven,
LAYMEN'S MOVEMENT IS
FORMED AT Y.M. C Sj.
At a meeting held at the Y. M .C. A.
Friday nijjht to perfect the orgsinization
of the local branch of the Laymen's Mis
sionary movement. J. J. Ormsbee was
selected as permanent chairman; George
x. umor vice cnairnmn ; n x. Dur-; so FEET ON OLIVE ST., CLOSE IN.
Aee. secretary; and C. !N. ewmnn. Two houses, alley on sfde and rear.
r.mnsurpr rftTn-nitrfnoc ivro nnrvinto1 i Onl- Ulnnlra- ... .- nt i..v.
tor the local organization which is to be ! building. Price for quick sale $7975.
FOR RENT 2 light housekeeping
rooms; modern conveniences. 615 3fon
OFFICES FOR RENT.
Suite of 2 desirable offices oa third
floor of a"W Herald building. Apply t
214 Herald BhIIIr.
iui tjit; ijvij viaiiijULiuu winvu IS M 03 ! "
a Ttnrt of tbo rpnfml Taatdpti's Afic. See
sionarj' movement throug-nout the coun-
try ana m Lanaaa.
A general meetinjr ot the laymen ofFURXiSllED room with board.
me cic3 win oe neiti reontarv lb ana vrizona.
on Februarv 27. 2S and Arnroh'l. m lv
men's convention will be held here at
which a number of the field workers
of the general movement will speak.
The movement is for the organization of
the laymen of the different chiirchcs in
support of the missionary cause.
Zeiger: J. R. Moore. Little Raafc,
Ark.; J. McClaln, William. A-tfiz.;
Mrs. T. Brayton, Spokane, Wash.;VV.
W. Camp. Peco City, Tex.; C. T. Wi-
Snow. Mesilla Pa-ck. N. M.; J. H. StaliV
-uonver, (joio.; c.i w. Flowe
City, Mo.; S. H. Van Sly
"I was never able to use mv
real ability to advantage until I
learned to distinguish between
what was good and what was bad
for me to eat and drink cleaving
the- bad alone and using the good-
solved the question of- what to
H. L. Howell,
12 room house on 2 fuUdorner lots,
fine street, red pressed brick, contains
9 bedrooms larger than "the average,
j Sidewalks all in. street paved, and one
j of the real bargains no won the raar-
itet. x' or location, price, terms ana
other particulars see
H. I. Howell.
214 Herald Building.
FOR SALE A $550 piano for $175 If
taken at once. Phone 3295.
FUILMTL'RB of 4 rooms for saliv ni-
vmost new: privilegoof renting- the ihii-
hone 3295; close in.
FOR SAjLE House,
S1000: easy terms.
3 rooms 4 lots.
A. Story, room I,
VALLEY LAA'O CHEAP.
45 acres for sale or exchange. 5 miles
from El Paso postoffice. Call or a 1
dress A. Story, room 1, Stevens block-
, iwsi ywj leather pocketbook con
L"1" "cKe,fc to Spokane and express
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Battle Creek, Mich.
PRIVATE BOARDGood home cooking
i"pr'va fanxly: no sick. Phone 29 i?.
out i. tilo Grande.
FOR EXCHANGE Gold bonds and
3T:l!l!n stc for eftuity in ranch or cty
property, p. o. box 97.
MO..F1 TO LOAX in small amounts
on good security: all business confide,
tlal. p. o. box 977.
VACANT LOTS FOR SALE.
Lot and half close in for $1250 cash
or terms. Twoflne south front lots i
block from car line, block 124, East El
Paso, for $575 the, pair. 10 percent
down, 5 percent a month. Two lots on
Wyoming St. near viaduct, for SiGuO
cash or terms.
II. L. Howell.
214 Herald Building