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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, January 29, 1910.
For Young Men
In our large showing of new
Regal Fall styles there are some
more pronounced models for
those who prefer the ex
treme fashions of the
Regal styles will
appeal to evay
young man is
town. They can
not be duplicated
in any othsr ready
aor can other
the exact t
you get in
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LERNER SHOE CO.
215 EL P.Ao ST.
COXV1CTED BURGLARS ARC
TAKEN TO PENITENTIARY
Seven prisoners who were confined in
the county jail awaiting their transfer
to the penitentiary at Huntsville, Tex.,
left Thursday ight in the custody of
T- S. Bishop, a contract transfer agent.
The men are Harry Lathrop, Ralph
White, A. Miller, Frank Johnson, An
tonio Parra and Melquiades Cabral, all
charged with burglary and sentenced to
serve two years in the penitentiary,
and Santiago McBain, convicted on a
charge of receiving and concealing stol
en property and sentenced to a similar
Johnson is a negro charged with
burglarizing the Crawford shoe store,
Parra was convicted of burglarizing
ep Cold Cured.
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know it was your valuable Whiskey
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If anybody thinks this statement is
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Glenn, 15 18 Ashland St., Rich
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has
to its credit over fifty years of service. During this time it has brought
health and happiness to thousands of homes.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic. It
overcomes all weakening wasting and run-down conditions of the body, ,
brain, muscle, giving the system power to throw off and -resist coughs,
colds, grip, catarrh, bronchitis and lung " troubles, and it is ;an
absolute cure and preventive of consumption, pneumonia, bronchitis,.
malaria and low fevers, if taken in
time and in small doses as directed.
It is prescribed by doctors and is
recognized as a family medicine
Kin need of advice, write Medical Depart
ment, Daffy Malt Whiskey Company, Roch
PORTALES TO MAKE
MR. C W. GLEiN
ester, New York, stating y oar case fully.
doctor will send you advi
fvice free, together
with a valuable illustrated medical booklet,
containing rare common sense rules for
health, which you cannot afford to be with
out and some of the many thousands of grati
fying letters received from men and women in
all walks of life, both old and young, who
have been cured and benefited by the use of
this great medicine and who continue to en
joy good health. Sold by druggists, grocers
and dealers, or direct, 51.00 a large bottle.
Contracts Let for Water
Works, Light Plant and
Portales, X. 31., Jan. 29. The contract
for the waterworks, electric light and
sewer sy-iteni has been let to S. J.
Mathews, of Kansas City. It is a percent '
contract, Mr. Mathews getting 10 per- j
j cent of the cost. Home labor is to be ,
j used except in the employ of necessary i
I experts and all materas possible to be.r
purchased in Portales. Handwork is to
be used instead of a ditching machine
and work is to begin on February 5. f
The machinery for the irrigation pro
ject has begun -to arrive and the Portales i
Irrigation company is safely launched, j
Another rousing meeting was held re- j
cently with Rev- George TV. Dunlap as
chairman and addresses were made by I
Rev. Mr. Young, Rev. Mr. Allbridge and j
T. J. Molinan. Thfs meeting was an ap- ;
peal to the citizens to help the farmers I
andv was nobly responded to. The guar- '
anty fund was increased to ?17,950, By
the use of this fund 1500 acres of land '
have been bought, completing the neces
sary 10,000 acres; and those subscribing
have incorporated under the name of j
"Portales Irrigation and Development
company," and are selling shares at $50 j
each. , j
The venture of the "Woman's club to ,
establish a clubroam. for young men and
boys has been eminently successful. One
hour Is permitted fpr games and then.!
order Is called for fending and serious j
pursuits. One. .evening in - the week is j
devoted to some sort of entertainment j
for defraying expenses. . j.
Li. L. Reese has sold the south eighty I
acres of the E. M. "Way place to H. M. J
Hill, of Greenville, Tex.; consideration
$30 per acre.
Eli Dunlap; -of. Hereford, Tex., is vis
iting his brother, J. C. Dunlap, investi
gating possibilities of Investment.
' THE DAILY KECORD.
Jar rell, Ballard Company
112, 114 South. Oregon. Street
Offer Special Inducements
to Monday Shoppers
Look What $1.00 Will Buy at Our Store MoiidSy
And they are genuine reductions.
It will pay yoi to visit our store Monday,
12 Linen Handkerchiefs
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5; pair J-aaies xiohc
2 good suits of Under- d S ((
wear for ladies P A tVV
$1.25 Outing Flannel
1 dozen good Towels d'" AA
12 yards good Ginghams d AA
5 pair Ladies' Embroid
ered Hose for
1 good black Petti coa:. rf -
12 yards good Bleached
Domestic for '---
10 good wide Pillow rij
Gases for P
12 vards good Outing d - ff
Flannel for tpI.UU
$1.25 men's Shirts, cuffs rf - (f
attached, late patterns. . 1? A eUU
S1.25 Kid Gloves, in 1 AA
colors, for P A JJ
10 pair men's black or Al ff
tan Sox, Reg. 2 for 25c. 4 A .UU
2 50c 4-in-hand Ties and ri fl A
2 pair 2 for 25c Hose forP A ))
S1.25 boys' plain or knickerbocker
Pants, all wool,
GETS DAMAGES FR03I
THE STREET CAR COMPAXY
In the 41st district court Friday, the
jury in the case of John C Greek vs. the
El Paso Electric Railway company, re
turned a verdict in favor of the plain-
Callsher's and Lathrop, "White and Mil- tiff in the sum of $1109.
ler were convicted of burglarizing the e Greek alleged that his son had been
Asklri &. Marine Co. 1 injured in alighting from a Boulevard
car and sued for $5000 damages.
The case of Josephine Crosby vs. T.
W. Ardoin, suit to try title to 2200
acres of valley land, is on trial today.
test we forget let's keep our money
at home and still get the best. Globe
Run daily via E. P. & S. W. System from. El Paso to Kansas
City, Chicago, St. Louis and all points East -"Golden
State Limited," "Calif or nian," and "Chicago Special."
Golden State Limited "Specialties"
9 A EECORB FOR PTWCTTJALITY approached b no .other' J
train. ' .
COMPARTMENT as well as DRAWING ROOM Pullman sleep
ers, without change to Kansas City, Chicago and St. Louis:
OBSERVATION-CLUB -LIBRARY CAR. A spacious loung
ing car with Library and writing facilities, easy chairs, newspapers
and magazines, daily stock report, gentlemens' club room with buffet
and card tables, in the rear, a spacious semi-enclosed observation plat-
form enabling passengers to enjoy the receding landscape' with per
9 VICTROLA MUSICAL RECITALS, classical, rendered at sea-
UNEQUALED a la carte Dining car service. Dainty viands pre-
r pared by experienced chefs and served by polite and attentive' wait
ers; immaculate linen china and silver.
; Q ENTIRE TRAIN brilliantly lighted by never failing electric
v light; a light in every berth. ' '
BARBER JkND VALET SERVICE EN ROUTE.
9 VETERAN EMPLOYES, EXPERIENCED AND POLITE,
ready to extend every courtesy to guests of the road. ;
f 14 HOURS SAVED. Compare the schedules.
l FOR FIRST CLASS TRAVEL EXCLUSIVELY.'
- .9 LEAVES EL PASO 1:05'P. M. DAILY.
f TWO OTHER EXCELLENT TRAINS DAILY.- Calif ornian- at
v 6:30 P. M. carries Standard and Observation sleepers, Dining' ear,
tourist sleeper, chair car and coach.
Chicago Special at 8:00 A. M. carries Standard sleeper, chair car
ITor rates, tickets, reservations, etc., call on or address .
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RICHARD WARREN '
General Agent' '
Licensed to TVcd.
Herman Fedezzi and Zetta Phillips.
Nations avenue, hetween Myles street
and Park avenue, Grandview Grand-
view Realty company to Mrs. Ja. H.-
Crellin, lot 30, block. 20, Grandview ad
dition; consideration ?140. Jan. 21,
Silver street, between Kentucky and
Alabama avenues, Highland Park
Highlands Realty company to H. E.
Mosley, lots 5 and 6, block 67, Highland
Park addition; consideration $230. Sept.
Georgia street. Highland Park Eliza
beth M. Iafferriere to G. Fallen, lots
IS, 19 and 20, block 2. Highland Park
addition; consideration .?1. Jan. 27,
Altura boulevard, between Myles
street and Park avenue, Altura Park
Altura Realty company to Oliver D.
GIbbs, lots 42 to 47, block 25. Altura
Park addition; consideration S780. Jan.
24, 1910. -
Northeast corner Cebada and Durazno
streets, East El Paso East EI Paso
Town company to O. D. Gibbs, lots 1
to 4, Inclusive, block 44, East El Paso
addition; consideration $625. Jan. 22,
Valverde addition Lee H. Orndorf f to
Mrs. X,ena "W. Hawkins, lots 1 to 9,
Inclusive, block 1, Valverde addition;
consideration $1000. Jan.27, 1910.
"Valverde addition: Orndorf f-Hardie
Realty company?to Lee Orndonfflot 9,
block 1, Valverde addition; considera
tion. Jan. 26. 1910.
Altura Park B. B. Miller and wife to
Adah F. Peyton, lots 23 and 24, block
41, Altura Park addition; consideration
$10, Jan. 15. 1909.
Orchard Park addition J. M. Cold
well to James E". Hanlin, lots 31, 32,
and 33, block 1, Tobin's Orchard Park
addition; consideratoin $500. Jan. 24,
Ysleta. Texas Francisco Archuleta to
Felipe Lopez, lot 6, block A. Ysleta,
Texas; consideration $160. Sept. 11,
Alhambra Heights E. A. Salisbury
to Janie Carter, lots 10 and 11, block
17, Alhambra Heights addition; consid
eration $250. Nov. 27, 1909.
Tobin, Texas Frank R. Tobin to H.
E. Mosley and 'A. Mosley, lots 1 to 48,
inclusive, block 56, Tobin, Texas; con
sideration $320. August 19, 1908.
Tohiu, Texas Victor Blot, jr., to Ysa
bel Morales, lots 4 to 13, Inclusive, block
128, Tobin, Texas; consideration $125.
Jan. 27, 1910.
Police Receive Likeness of
the Check Operator in
If there are -any checks in the tills
of El Paso business men that were cash
ed as a favor to a well dressed, smooth
individual, representing himself to be
an advertising agent or anything else
that sounded plausible, consign the
same checks to the waste basket and
charge the amount to the profit and loss
account. The man behind the check is
now thought to be the man behind the
bars In Galveston and the only checks he
will have an opportunity to pass for
some time; if he is proved guilty of
the charge, brought against him, will be
the kind that are worn In the- modern
Powell Roberts, of the city detective
Voting Twice For President,
Woman Scores Suffragettes
Mrs May Preston Slosson
Tells How Wyoming Wo
men Vote and Do
NEW YORK WOMEN
ARE WASTING TIME
Itfo Grafters Among Fair
; Sex Officeholders Could
Have Run for Congress
on Two Tickets.
SHE HAS TWICE VOTED
FOR PRESIDENT AND SAYS:
Wyoming women talk less
than New Yorkers because they
They have "Roosevelt" fam
ilies, few divorces and happier
Political differences don't end
in domestic quarrels.
Women like to -scratch" their
The party whip has no terror
for the woman in the booth.
TVomen "grafters" in office are
Emancipated women are less
apt to be frivolous.
New York women are wasting
department, has received a picture of
C. H. Adams, alias A. D. Smith, who Is 1 That feature might please the men, who
New York, N. Y., Jan. 29. There Is
a- woman In New York city who has
twice voted for a president of the United
States McKiuley and Roosevelt out
who has a hearty dislike of suffragecs
and their "fireworks" methods in their
fight to gain the ballot.
She is Mrs. May Preston Slosson, of
730 West 123d street. In an interview
with a reporter she told of her experi
ence in a voting booth in Wyoming,
where women have voted for 41 years.
That state was the first place in the
world where women got the ballot.
"Women talk less in "Wyoming than
they do in New York,." Mrs. Slosson de
clared. "They don't have to argue out
their points with the men they just
vote. And despite this seeming advan
tage of the feminine sex over their sis
ters in most of the other state of the
union, there are no happier homes In
the world than in that western state.
"Husbands and wives out there go
to the polls together, but they don't
always vote alike. I know a number
of women who are Republicans, while
their husbands are Democrats, and vice
versa. Political differences, however,
rarely seem to bring about domestic
"Election day in Wyoming is like
Sunday here. There Is absolutely no
aisorder. Practically all of the booths
are in ehurches or schools, and no elec
tioneering is permitted. The women out
there donlt march up and put their
cross mnder the party emblem like most
of the men voters.
Like to Scratch Ballots.
"In fact .that's one of the chief com
plaints the politicians there have againts
us. They say we scratch our ballots too
much. But we are after the best man.
and we usually get hhn. Decidedly the
woman voter is not amenaoie iu me
party whip. They are not offlceseekers,
however, and It is rarely that a woman
can be induced to ruu for a public post.
telub. That's an ancient jest, but there's, time motoring or Paying bridge.
n. d. McGregor
City Passenger Agent
Tho members of the boys' department
of the Y. M. C. A. had a bier timo n
their rooms Friday night holdinsr n
burlesque athletic meet. A hurdle moo
which , required each boy to carrv an
apple in a spoon around the course,
was.vwon by Jim Duthey. A relay race
was won Dy nu -anaerson's tenm
The tlmo was. so fast that no ordinarv
watches could catch it. A football
game with a p'ing pong ball for the
pigskin kept the boys laughing until it
UppTnd aut, U CnS,Sted "'
' City Ticket Office: Sheldon Hotel
Bell Phone 594 : El Paso, Texas : Auto Phone 1694
Steamship Tickets Sold To All Parts of the World
thought to have operated In El Paso
The pictures were real rogue gallery
likenesses and were from the police de
partment at Galveston. Adams's, alias
Smith's, photo is anything but a bar
tering likeness. He is shown looking
due south and also gazing in the direc
tion of the setting sun. A broken nose
shows prominently in the foreground
of the former -picture and the niod i-.,i-
ored derby and light suit which gave
Adams such a jaunty air are aJso shown
in the jJictuje. The description, whi-h is
written on the back of the Uerrlliion
photograph, says that The alleged check
forger is 25 years old, is slim,, has black
hair, no mustache nor beard and comes
when called by the names of C. H.
Adams and lA. D. Smith.
Adams, alias Smith, is thought :o have
passed a number of worthless checks
here, including one on The Herald busi
ness office for $12 good United States
money. He Is also thought to have oper
ated a similar get rchj.qulck scheme in
Baker City, Ore.
BOYS' DEPARTMENT OF Y. M. C A
HAVE BURLESftUE ATHLETIC MEET
ncTiniiv are not so hasniui wnen it
comes to feeding at the public crib.
"I was asked to run for congress,
and both Democrats and Republicans
offered to put me on their tickets, which
would have insured my election, but I
declined the honor. There are a number
of women in various state offices, most
ly educational. Without exception, they
are efficient and honest. I never heard
of a woman 'grafter in office.
"Although women have the reputation
of being careful financiers in Wyom
ing, they are always generous in voting
bonds for new schools. As a result the
educational facilities are first class. This
will make the coming race one of su
"Gambling has been done away with
in Wyoming by the women's votes. Sa
loons are rigidly controled by high li
cense. When we want anything out
there we will go out and fight for It,
taking the stump if necessary during
campaigns. As a rule, however, the
elections are exceedingly quiet.
"I think, after 13 years of observation
of women voting that the strongest ar
gument in its favor Is the development
of the women themselves. Thev get in
closer touch with public affairs, and
they don't neglect their home to do it.
either. As an evidence of that. I may
say that the divorce rate in Wyoming
is one of the lowest, if not the lowest,
in the United States.
"When it comes to matrimony I be
lieve the voting woman really makes a
more intelligent choice than the avtrage
"She can be a fetter companion for
her husband wheii she has an equal
knowledge of the vthlngs that interest
1 ' -
M"R& MAY .T&TOK
wth her mind broadened by this con
tact with public affairs. It is a whole
some thing for both the husband and the
'.Instead of the families being destroy
ed by political contentions, large fami
lies 'Roosevelt brand' are the rule in
Wyoming- From five tQ 10 children is
quite common. The conditions are onuch
nearer the ideal there than in most
"Here the husband's excuse for com
ing home late is that he was out to the
a lot or trutn in it in xe lurwui.
Practically all of the clubs in Wyoming
admit both men and women to member
ship, thus doing away with another
'home late excuse.
"The cooperative spirit is promoted,
by equal suffrage- Men and women
are more like brothers and. sisters.
"New York women have too much
leisure. If they had the vote and couH
take an active Interest in the welfare
of the city you would soon have am in
finitely better and much more beautiful
metropolis. The men here haven't th
time to do this kind of work. You need
cleaner streets, improved living quar
ters and sanitary conditions.
Your women now are -wasting their
they had the power in the vote actually
to accomplish results, this city would,
quickly realize just how much good ea
be gained through the ballot for women."
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AT A LOW PRICE
Men's Patent Leather
3Iade of good quality patent colt leather, rock:
oak soles, best of linings, sizes, 5 to 11. A to E
wide. Kegular $4.00 values; we dQ OP
will sell them all this week at PJ 00
Patent and kid leather, button and. lace, welt
and turn soles, blue grav, black, tan and Lon
don gmoke tops. Thev are worth
4.00; our price
You Can't Equal Our Values On Boys'
and Girls' School Shoes
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him. She is less apt to be frivolous
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