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KL PASO .HERALD
II Good SKoes
Jvk. AT A LOW PRICE
A jeMpMen's Patent Leather
Mk 8jT Shoes I
dfiVL SSs, Made of good quality patent colt leather, rock
W WSiDk oak soles, 'best of linings, sizes 5 to 11, A to E
mJBlllBll Avide Regular $4.00 velues; we (Q ;Off
vvS9Si$ wiU sel1 them a11 his week at vOmOtJ a
tlaP Women's SKoes
BmWjjTL Patent and kid leather, button and lace, welt I
1 S and um soles, blue, gray, black, tan and Lon- , E
1 i3fliill on s0 PS- TItey are worth d?5 jf 1
a $4.00; our price " tOeOU I
jreJP0U a.n't Equal Oar Values On Boys' J
and Girls' School Shoes
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Rock Island train No. 3, The Golden
State Limited, due at 5:40 p. m., is re
ported 40 minutes late. All other aft
ernoon and night trains are reported
Acetified o Theft.
Oscar Grule was arrested by detec
tives yesterday on a charge of tlieft
from the person, being accused of hav
ing robbed van old. man named Orner at
the Green Tree hotel several nights ago.
C. L. BIHIngrton. 705 Magoffin. Tel. 1489
painting, paperhnnging, decorating.
Almond Bar, ii3 Cents.
Thursday only, we will sell our de
licious 40 cents a pound Almond Bar
for 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drus Co.
Anna Enos, a negress, has filed suit
for divorce from Joseph Enos in the
34th district court.
Butter you can always be sure of, is
Sedgwick Creamery Butter. Jackson's;
R. B. Bias Fuel Co.
Wood, coal. feeu.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
street. Phones: Bell 849; Auto, 1849.
Isaac Acosta and Emelio Peres were
indicted by the grand jury yesterday on
a charge of burglary.
Almond Bar, 23 Centq.
Thursday onlv. we will sell our de-
! licious 40 cents a pound Almond Bar
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Potter Drug Co.
El Paso and vicinity: Tonight, fair;
colder; Thursday, fair.
New Mexico: Tonight and Thursday,
"West Texas. Tonight, lair; colder;
The eastern high pressure area has
drifted to sea.
The low has moved eastward and is
now central over the upper Mississippi 1
well defined formation.
A crest of high pressure occurs over
southwestern Colorado, and another over
northern California and southern Ne
vada. Precipitation during the last 24 hours
was light and. reported from only the
following districts: New Tork, upper
Michigan, Minnesota, South Dakota,
There's No Risk
If This Medicine Does Not Benefit, You
A physician who ma"de a specialty of
stomach troubles, particularly dyspep
sia, after years of study perfected the
formula from which Kexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are made.
Our experience with Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets leads us to believe them to
be the greatest remedy known for the
relief of acute indigestion and chronic
dyspepsia. Their ingredients are sooth-U
ing and healing to the inflamed mem
branes of the stomach. They are rich
in pepsin, one of the greatest digestive
aids known to medicine. The relief
they afford is almost immediate. Their
use with persistency and regularity for
a short -time brings about a cessation
of the pains caused by stomachy disor
ders. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure
healthy appetite, aid di&e.fon and
promote nutrition. As evidence of our
sincere faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
letswe ask you to try them at our risk.
If they do not give you entire satis
faction, we will return you the money
you paid us for them, without question
or formality. They come in three sizes,
prices 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00. Re
member you can obtain them only at
our stores, The Rexall Stores. Peo
ple's Drug and Kelly & Pollard.
southern Colorado, northern Utah, north
ern Nevada, California, Oregon and
From Arizona to central Texas and
from New Mexico north to Wyoming the
temperature has fallen 10 or more de
grees. Pressure and thermal conditions indi
cate fair weather for this vicinity to
nigM arid Thursday and slightly colder
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
EI Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Rofe Bushes Stolen.
J. M. Morrison, of 1129 Magoffin
avenue, has complained to the police
that thieves stole the rose bushes from
his front yard.
Temperature and Rain-
(Observations taken at 0 a. m.)
INGn. Alax. Rain
Abilene .... 44" 82 0
Amarillo 32 74 0
Buffalo ........ 20 2S 0
Chicago ;--..... 34 44 0
Cincinnati .' 34 44? 0
Denver 32 54 0
Detroit 26 . 30 " 0
El Paso 40 71 0
Flagstaff ..12 3S
Galveston 60 G6
Kansas City ........ . 42 64
Los Angeles . . 4 60
New Orleans --. 52 70
New Tork .. .... 24 3S
North Platte .. ..32 48 0
Oklahoma .... i 40 74 "0
Phoenix ... . .,. ..34 64 0
Portland. Ore...... .... 3S 44 .26
Roswell . . . 30 76. 0
St. Louis ....'. 46 5S 0
Salt Lake 24 34 .16
San Francisco 44 "50 .30
Sante Fe 22 50
"Washington . ". 24 38 0
Yuma .. ....40 64 0
N. D. Lane, Observer U. S." W.B.
Drs. Mngrudcr 'and Mapes, dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
Jackson's delicatessen is the,. favorite
place to -get something good to eat.
Phone 353. v
Ruu 0er by Team.
Juan Soils, a Mexican living atthe
.smelter, was run over by a heavy team
near tiie auienei msi ui&ml aim .wa
plaint has been made to the police. The
man is reported to be In a serious con
dition. He is said to have been passing
along the smelter road, late at night
when a wagon ran over him.
JDr. MasmtJer and Jlapcs, dentists.
TVe don't work for negroes.
All who are interested in establish-
0 I ing the El Paso school for girls are
0 asked to attend the meeting Wednesday
i o J afternoon. January 26, a 3 oclock at
0 j the chamber of commerce. The report
0 I of the committee on permanent organi-
.10 1 zationwill be presented.
H. B. Ste en, Chairman.
"Wind Does Damage.
Denver, Colo., Jan. 26. Thousands of
dollars worth of property was damaged
throughout Colorado last "night by a
terrific wind storm. In Denver a dozen
plate glass windows in the business dis-
0 ! trict were blown in.
JAP LAYS MURDER OF
WIFE TO CHINAMAi
There is a Chinaman in the case ac
cording to Gnowe Fauti, the Jap .charged
wr.th the murder of his wife in Juarez
recently- He has told the court of let
ters officials that a Chinaman killed his.
wife, at least that he saw a strange i
oriental -about his home on Victoria
The Jan was arrested in the same
room with the dead woman, and ATexi- j
Drs. Marnder and Mapcs, dentists.
The following lawyers have moved
their offices to 411-413 Caples Bldg.
E. TV. Earl.
How To Make Good Coffee
Is certainly essential, but all the coffee-
making science known cannot produce a j
good cup oi .coiree unless me conee
itself is good. Chase & Sanborn's Seal
Brand is a distinctive blend of the
choicest coffees grown. The flavor is
surpassingly rich, delicious and sptis-
fying. It is the most popular coffee m
thfi home. of the southwest. It will be
The Calisher Collection Is a Notable One
A refreshing originality marks the new
spring styles in millinery. Judging from
the present showing in the Millinery Sec
tion, the Calisher store will he the favorite
place in El Paso to select spring and sum
mer headwear. Ine balance of the week
Special displays will be made of
Fisk, Gage and
The newest tailored effects will be shown
Like the spring suits, there is a wonderful
color range. These are attractively priced
from $4.95 upwards.
It seems that Tre are starting the 1910 spring
season with greater success than has ever at
tended any previous season. By " success "
we mean not only unusual selling, but a dis
play that is really wonderful when you con
sider how early it is.
They are shown in a pleasing array of matejials English tweeds,
imported serges, delicate two-toned diagonal effects &nd novelty
weaves in an entirely new Tange. of shades. Among the most
popular being the grays, tans and greens not to mention the
favorite, Xevers blue.
Smart skirts for spring are shown in the clever cluster pleaded ef
fects as well as plain styles. Handsome skirts, in the very latest
styles, made of the most serviceable qualities of spring materials,
are featured the balance of the week-
Spring Coats and Capes
Coats in spring weight materials come in a wide range of choice.
It seems, from present indications, that the new style coats will
take precedence over the capes. However, the now capes are
reallj' beautiful and those who prefer a cape to a coat will -have
no trouble making a satisfactory selection.
Women's Silk Lisle Gauze Hose in all the
newest and most desired colorings. Hose
worth in a regular way 59c a pair, special
price tomorrow is 40c.
i WkmS fi" & s r
Men's hemstitched all
worth regularly 15c
each, on sale tomorrow
at 10c. .
Hat Pins Worth to
35 Cents at
Glean-up must be made.
Hat Pins in all sorts of
designs, worth to 35c,
are a Thursday special
CURTAIN SWISS WORTH TO 25c
Full 36-inch, fine white Curtain
Swiss in all 'sorts of new and pretty
designs. Special tomorrow fl Q
only, a yard IOC
WOMEN'S NICELY MADE IJNENE
Come in the newest colorings and are
made up in fche newest ways. Spe
cially priced tomor- Cfc fl OC
WOMEN'S WAISTS WORTH TO
$2-75 FOR 89c
Madras and Lingerie Waists, some
striped, some all white. Every one a
splendid value; worth to OQ
$2.75, special tomorrow a C
NEW ONE-PIECE WASH DRESSES
Dainty Checked Gingham Dresses,
nicely made and new ar- ti Q ftp
rivals, specially priced. ..MOoe70
25 OFF ON TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS AND SUIT CASES
J.CsdjaharDrxOood Co. Onruwrfur
35c Peroxide, in 16-oz.
bottles, special for 25c.
Mermen's Talcum Pow
der, in the new style
cans, special tomorrow
Hudnut's Liquid Green
Soap, perfuined, 75c
size bottles special 49c.
Williams ' Shaving Soap
special tomorrow 3e.
can ndghbors declare that they heard popular in yoUr home if you will try
TV. S. Rue, night guard at the Union
station yard, frightened away two sus
pected store house bandits early this
morning. Some time ago the E. P. &
S. "W. house was entered and $300 in
linen and bcoze stolen. '
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
May Consider Merger.
Trenton, N. J-, Jan. 2G. The tempor
ar3 -injunction restraining the--stockholders
of the Utah Copper company
from holding a meenng to pass on the
proposition to merge with the Boston
Consolidated Copper, company has been
dissolved. The' preceedings were insti
tuted by two stockholders of the Utah
Throivn Into Acid Vat.
Xew York, X. Y., Jan. 26. During a
light in a brass foundry, Homan Tahir
sky was thrown into a tub full of sul
phuric acid. He is now dying from
the burns sustained.
Dr. Carpenter, orrice at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
Dr. Detwller, eye, ear, nose
throat. 214, 215 Trust Bldg.
The daily train service offered by the E. P. & S. W. System from El Paso
to Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis and all points east, is incomparably the
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liU-LiUllLN SSXAiJi; iLSljJJ leaves jki jraso jl:uo jt. al. uany; pivviuia u.u. j.o uuo.t o i , "UUoi.cy .
first r1aQB frawl. Pull RfcaTidard and compartment sleepers only; Observation eiub-Lihrary -car with
Vactrola musical recitals; unequaled. dining car service; barber and valet sen-ace; magazines, daily papers,
stock reports, and
Thro otfcer excellent trains dailv. Calif ornian at 6:30 P. M. carries Pullman standard and observation sleep
ers, Dining Car, Buffet-Library "Car, tourist sleepers, chair caTS and coaches. i
Chicago Special at 8:00 A. 3L daily carries Pullma. sleeper, chair ear and coach.
For tickets, rates, reservations or full information, call on or .address, ' .
Rickard Warren H. D.
General Agent City Pass.
City Ticket Office-Sheldon Hotel
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Phones: Bell 594; Auto 1694.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS SOLD TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Sick Man Releaned.
P. F. Garrlty, who looked as if he had
engaged in a fight with Jim JeffriesT
was arraigned in police court this
morning on a charge of being drunk.
He said that he was a consumptive and
had been living at Hotel Dieu. He was
dismissed0by judge Lea.
Dr. Prentfas, specialty diseases of
stomach and Intestines. Trust Bldg.
Drs. Paget & Hatllf, moved to 2nd
floor Caples Bldg.
Wife Causes Arrest.
"V. 3J. Haywood, a photographer liv
ing at the Midland hotel on South El
Paso street, was arrested Tuesday night
on the complaint of his wife and docket
ed at the police station on a charga of
disturbing the pence and' using abusive
language. His bond was fixed at $100
in default of which he spent the night
4n jail. Mrs. Haywood told the police,
they say, that Haywood fails to provide
for her and takes the money that she
PRICE OS FLO
i 10 G01H
The National Casualty Co. wants &
district manager to sell popular month
ly payment accident and health insur'
ance. Liberal policies. Exclusive terri
tory and good contract to right man.
Apply S. E. Hodge, Angelus hotel. El
fci f? (is& (IIP SP(H
(Offl mm EL Bill)
is very popular.
Manager Adams Shows, Why
the Product of Local In
stitution Should be Pur
chased by El Pasoans.
Manager Claiborne Afcanii, or the El
Paso Globe mills, takes up the present
food situation in a most intelligent
manner In a communication to The
Herald, and shows how the lotjal insti
tution of which he is the manager, has
been able to hold down the price on this
necessity in El Paso.
Mr. Adams's letter follows:
El Paso, Tex., Jan. 25, 1910.
The' El Paso Herald,.
El Paso, Texas.
Gentlemen: Our attention has been
called to the recent agitation regarding
the prices of meat, and also to the va
rious interviews we. have noted pub
lished in the daily press regarding the
prices of feed stuffs throughout the
entire section of the country.
Because of the peculiar conditions
surrounding the flour milling indus
try, it is one of the few Industrie In
I the country of a large magnitude where
tnere nas been practically no combina
tion whatsoever. Wheat is raised, to
some extent, in nearly every state in
the union. The entire country is cov
ered by milling plants, both large and
small. In fact, there has never been
an effort made to combine any of the
numerous milling concerns in the coun
In nearly every hamlet of the nentr.il
j and eastern states there is a mill: each
mm, wiiBuier smaii or large, is righting
for the business of its own community
and Is competing in all the adjacent
territory that It can reach to good ad
vantage. Now since the rates each mill re
ceives from tbe railroad companies
gives it no advantage over any other
mill; It places the business on a keen
competitive basis and the only advan
tage one mill can have over another mill
is the purely competitive basis of qual
ity. The Milling Butness.
As a, consequence there is no indus
try in the country that is placed so
definitely upon its merits and IJL is a
question in our minds that there will
ever come a time when the word "trust"
can be flaunted by the people at large
in the face of any division of the mill
ing industry. It is fortunate that such
a condition exists, because there Is no
single feed stuff which Is so essential,
and is so generally used, and necessary,
as flour, and Providence seems to have
Protected the people from nnv combin
ation controllng the Industry which
really is the life of the nation.
We want to call the attention of the
people of this section of the country
to the fact that flour has been sold at
a cheaper price in El Paso since we be-
nu.ii uusiness man ior several yeas
past. When we began doing busine
in El Paso the highest patent flou
were selling at practically all groce
stores at $1.10 per 25 pound sack; to
any, tnough the wheat market is 10
percent higher than it was when we
began operating last October, the high
est patent flours are selling in El Paso
at just 20 cents per sack less.
Holding- Down Flonr Price.
We feel that we have had a great
deal to do with holding down the price
of flour in this section of the coun
try since we began our operations here.
It is our intention not to raise the
price of our product until conditions
absolutely force us to, and as we have
studied the wheat situation very care
fully and have made purchases at a
time when values were not as strong as
they are today, we feel we are in shape
to hold in check the price of flour in
this community for some .little time to
The combinations of the packers in
the central markets of this country may
keep the prices 'of meat up, but we feel
that we 'have taken steps that will
enable us to sell as fine a grade of
flour as can be purchased any where at
any price, to the people of this section
of the country at a moderate prjee con
sidering present conditions.
TIant for All Time.
We have a plant built of steel and
concrete, not for today, or tomorrow,
but for many years to come and we feel
that we will gain the good will ofthis
entire southwest country by giving
them at a fair price the best flour that
their money can buy.
Notwithstanding the general advance
in feed stuffs of every description the
"Globe Mills" of 'El Paso will try to
keep the price of flour within the reach
of all the members of this community.
If conditions will possibly enable us to
do so and we feel that we will have
the good will, and the net returns to
EL PASO THEATEE
HENRY B. HARRIS Presents
The New York Success
The Lion and the
With the Original Cast
and Scenic Production
Special Matinee Thursday
Prices Night, $1.50, $1.00, 50c
Matinee, $i.oo, 75c, 50c
stockholders will In the long run be
greater by our endeavoring to serve
this entire community at a price that
is within the reach of all.
Thanking this section of the country
for the support that has already been
given us and trusting that we will
merit the continuation, of Its patronage
we beg to remain.
Yours very truly,
El Paso Grain & Milling Co.,
m ' Claiborne Adams, Mgr
, BY THE TEAIN?
Body Is Found on the Track.
May Have Been Mur
dered. Cut tihrou''h the middle by the wheels
of some train, a- man's body was found
on tho National railway fright of way
near the Samalayuca station earlf this
morning. Xo furoher information has
been received by Juarez officials- Xo ar
rests have occurred. Samalayuca is the
first stop south of Juarez.
J. J. "Waters, superintendent of me
chanics of the National Railways of
Mexico, ras-od thr..u:h El Paso this
morning m a special car.
CHANGE OF CMaiATE XN NECESSARY TO CtRE
:zz CONSUMPTION H
Improved methods of manufacture recoveries are quicklv possible any-
now permit us to send our True Oxy- where, and being made In same cll-
enated Tablets anywhere by ma :. thus mate disease was contracted In, are
nnttln" them within the reach of every Permanent. Sleeping m freezing rooms,
1 T'hPse are the same tablets Dr. overfeeding on oils, emulsions, milk or
" tt rtfl well known New York eSSS, are all unnecessary while taking
Wm. Hunt, the well wwn .u York tnese tablets. and a the benefits cf
Throat tfnd Lung bpeciaiisi u a with several years' change of climate are ob-
such wonderful results n ms clinic and talned in several months at home any-
practlce. Physicians have long known where. Containing no narcotics or
that consumption ana tuDrcupsis tf poisonous drugs, they can be safel.'
the bone can only be cureu d turnlsn- taken by old or young. To any on"
.ng the blood with the necessary power desiring to test this really remarkable
to resist and destroy "if tubercular remedy, we will send a descriptive
germ, and these Oxygenated Tablets booklet containing formula and enough
supply the nrst and oni raPd, harm- tablets, with full directions, to last a
less, positive, pleasant method ever month. All absolutelv free. Phvsicians
discovered for this purpose. The rapid- urged to send for samples. Don't let
Ity with which further destruction of doubt stp you. but write at once,
lung tissue Ts stopped, and cough eased Oxygen Products Co.. 495 Columbus
is astonishing. By their use complete Ave., Suite 44, New York Citv.