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L PASO HERALD
Monday, February 7, 1910.
Sale of Ty
We never neglect our patrons on this occasion.
We have made-ample preparations in advance, and
offer the most complete line of Lenten goods ever
displayed in El Paso
New Norway Mackerel, 10c, 15c, 20c, 40c
Smokea White Fish, per lb. 40c
Yarmouth Bloaters, per can' 35c .
Smoked Sturgen, per lb. 60c
Smoked Salmon, per lb. 40c
Herring in Tomato 'Sauce 25c
Boneless Codfish, per lb- 20c
Pickled Salmon, per lb. 25c
Nansan Smoked Sardines 15c
Imported 'Boneless Sardines 40c
Boneless Herring in jars 15c
Ferndell Crab Meat, cans 50c
Ferndell Lobsters, cans 40c
MANY OTHER APPETIZING FOODS ON DISPLAY IN
OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT.
EXTRA FINE ASPARAGUS
Asparagus is a. dainty dish, highly enjoyed 'by many and will make a
nice change in your vegetable diet. We offer our "War- d ff
ranty brand this week, 40c cans, 3 for &. vLr
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas, St. Auto 1151.
To Users of
SEAL BRAND Coffee
22 Jackson Grocery Co.
Are onr exclusive selling agents in El Paso. We do not sell
or ship our goods to any other dealer; consequently, their
store is the only one at -which we can guarantee consumers
will Teceive xOUr importations genuine and fresh.
Jan. 19, 1910. CHASE & SANBORN, Chicago.
El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and
New Mexico: Fair, tonight and Tues
day. - -
West Texas: Tonight and Tuesday,
25 Cents a Pound
Sliced Cocoanui Bar
15 Cents a Pound
D J9 JF
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
partly cloudy weather; colder in north
ern portion Tuesday.
The reported -precipitation of the last
24 hours was confined to Texas, north
ern California and northern New York,
the heaviest occurring, in California.
The barometric pressure this morning
is lowest over the North Dakota-Canadian
An area of high pressure whose crest
is apparently over Virginia, extends
from the Gulf of Mexico to New Eng
land, and minimum temperatures near
zero and below are reported from the
northeast portion of the country.
The pressure distribution favors fair
weather for this vicinity tonight and
Tuesday; there will be no marked
change in temperature.
the msht mt ht -shtmthes htesehhsh?
' Come and
, Temperature and Rain.
(Observations taken at 6 a. m.)
v - -1-""- AU-"- ""'"
Abilene 36" .50 .12
Amarillo .. .... 26 46 . 0
Buffalo 6 2 .01
Chicago 18 20 0
Del Rio ' .. .-..-n. 38 60 0
Denven .... ..-J 20 50 0
Detroit ....... .'... 4 10 0
El Paso 33 50 .09
Flagstaff..... 14 44 0
Galveston 46 56 .16
Kansas City r. 26 34 0
Los Angeles 48 64 0
New Orleans 44 58 0
New York 2 16 0
Oklahoma 38 48 JO
Phoenix ........ 38 66 0
Roswell ..V.. 54 .60
St. Louis 24 28 0
Salt Lake ........ , 16 32 0
San Francisco '. '. 48 52 .82
Santa Fe 20 40 0
Spokane .. .. ...... 2S 44 0
"Washington ..... 8 22 0
Tuma .... . .?...; 38 70 0
N. D. Lane. Observer TJ. S. W. 5.
T,cst wc forget let's keep our money
at borne and still get the best. Globe
ECZEMA CURED BY
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 band
ages. 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 Is left pure, clear, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy Is $1 per bottle. Tour local
druggist can get it for you. If he
will not, mall us 51, and v.re will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
George Look Buys Sonora
Street Property From
$1018.75 a front foot is what R. C.
LIghtbody paid for 40 feet of adobe soil
on which the Wells-Fargo building on
San Antonio rests and which adjoins the
First National bank building.
The property was owned by the Wells
Fargo Express company and is 40 feet
wide on San Antonio street and extends
back 65 feet in the rear; The considera
tion was $40,750, and the deal was closed
.through the Behr &. Watts and the
Eroaddus & Leavell real estate agencies.
George Look has bought a piece of
property on Sonora street from A.
Schwartz. The property lies in the cen
ter of what will be San Antonio street
when Sonora is opened, and a small strip
will lie on either side of the street when
the new thoroughfare is cut through. As
Look had property on each side of the
Schwartz property and these narrow
strips would have been between Look's
property and the new street on either
side, he bought the entire piece. He will
sell 'the city enough of it to open the
IS STRIKE AVERTED
ON MEXICAN ROADS?
Keport From Mexico City
Says the Eailroad Con
Laredo, Tex., Feb- 7. An authentic
report from Mexico City today says the
railroad and government officials ac
ceded to all the demands of the con
ductors and engineers of the merged
It is said Mexican merchants brought
strong pressure to bear and forced a
decision which nreeludes a strike.
According to the . demands, firemen
must be employed three years before be
ing eligible to promotion to engineers
and brakemen must be employed two
years in that capacity before being eli
gible for promotion as conductors.
They must then pass rigid examina
tions and the union employes must Have
representatives on the board of examin
FROM GERMANY HERE
Two Little Ones Come Alone
From Germany Going
to San Francisco.
Galveston, Texas, Feb. 7. Rachael
and Eliza Gilbert, aged 11 and 13 years
respectively, arrived here today on the
North German Lloyd steamship Frank
furt, en route from Germany to San
Francisco to 'join their father.
The children made the entire journey
unaccompanied by relatives or friends.
They will pass through El Paso about
The ship also carried 220 other Im
migrants, who will settle in Texas.
BRYANT IS DEAD
Leaves Vacancy on Federal
Bench in Texas, for the
Houston, Texas, Feb. 7. Members of
the Harris County Bar association to
day adopted resolutions of condolence
upon the death of judge D. E. Bryant,
of Sherman, at St. Louis. Federal judge
"Waller T. B. Burns, judgp Sinclair
Taliaferro, and Frank Andrews were
appointed a committee to represent the
bar at the funeral Tuesday. Judge
Bryant was appointed to the bench in
1890 and presided over federal court
for the eastern jdistrict of Texas.
It Is believed that president Taft will
offer the judgship to Chus. .W Ogden,
of San Antonio, of he wants it. W. H.
Atwell. of Dallas; Henry Terrell, of
San Antonio, and Chas. A. BoyntOn, of
Waco, are mentioned a possibilities.
The appointment Is for life.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
You can easily -sell it? Call Bell yLo,
Auto. 1115, tell the girl what It is arid
The Herald will sell it. No bother, 'ho
CONFESSES THAT HE
ROBBED EXPRESS SAFE
Man Walks Into Office of Chief of Po
lice at Sherman and Says He Is
a Fugitive from Justice.
Sherman, Tex., Feb. 7. At noon to
day a man walked into fche office of
chief of police Despain and said:
"I am tired of being a- fugitive from
justice. I robbed the Wells Fargo safe
at Chenyvale, Kas., three years ago
and my name is 0. M. Anderson, age
35, and I was a hack driver at the
Anderson was locked np pending an
SPECIAL APPELATE COURT
XAMED BY THE GOVERNOR
Austin, Tex., Feb. 7 Governor Camp
bell today appointed a special court of
civil appeals at Dallas to try several
cases in which the regular court is
disqualified. The judges appointed are
Rice Maxey, of Denison, Lee Clark of
Greenville, and W. G. Abernathy.
FEDERAL BUILDING NOTES.
Judge Burton Parker, special agent
for the treasury department, has re
turned from a trip over the Arizona ter
ritory. Two cars of cattle for Stetter & Sch
neider were imported frcm Mexico today.
The total was 66 head.
A letter has been received from Harry
Laue, special deputy customs collector,
who is at Faywood springs, to the ef
fect that he is improving.
IXSTALL COPPER CIRCUIT
A new copper circuit, in place of an
iron orie. is being installed by the South
ern Independent Telephone company, of
Automatic lines to improve service be
tween Doming. Silver City and other
New Mexico points.
"WANT ADS BY TELEPHONES.
The Herald has arranged to take
want nOs bv phone. Call Bell 115.
Auto 1115 up to 2 oclok chu.y. Your
ad will be received. iii;irt''l promntly
and collected for next day.
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In addition to the many special displays this
week in the Ready-to-Wear and other depart
ments, special attention is directed to a pur
chase of sample suits. These are all individ
ual models and because our buyer bought them
at a radical price concession we are enabled to
offer them to you at a saving of 25 and more.
Note the Four Following
Special Lots -
Sample Suits that should sell Sample Suits, worth as high
for more than Jyf f O
$30, special at 9&?kcDJ
Sample Suits that are worth
up to $40.00;
as $55.00; &19 EH
special at JlJ
Sample Suits, values up to
Don't fail to see the displays of 1910 spring
patterns in silks and dress goods.
J.Calisher Dry Goods Ccx CecGrjcrsfci '
Through the courtesy of Armour
& Go. of Chicago, we will have a
special 'demonstration here all
this week. It will show a prac
tical use of
Armour's Beef Extract
Armour's Malted Clams
Armour's Tomato Bouillon
Come and have a delicious cup of
beef tea or bouillon. There is no
charge. Customers will remem
ber a similar demonstration a
year ago and call to mind what a
success it was. The present
demonstration will be equally as
great a success.
J.Ca2ufeerDrjr Goodls Ca flu iwtw'
SUES TO HAVE
Man Alleges That Interest
Charged Was far Above
the Legal Rate.
Alleging- that he has paid the Na
tional Investment company 100 percent
interest, whereas tne rate fixed by stat
ute is only 10 percent in this -state, P.
C. Aguilar has filed suit in the 41st dis
trict court against the company, seek
ing to recover interest paid and enjoin
It from -making use of a power of attor
ney and attaching his salary.
The plaintiff alleges in his petition,
that on February 10, 1907, he borrowed
$35 and between that date and ilarch 1,
1909, borrowed sums aggregating $135
and has paid $240.85, of which amount
$105.30 has been interest. However, the
defendant still claims that he owes It
$50 and holds his note for $155.95. He
asks that this note be canceled and that
he have judgment ror $210.60, just twice
the amount of the usurious interest paid.
ported by wireless to have been de
serted while 'burning at sea in latitude
33.25 north; longitude 73.40 west. Her
boats were gone and nobody was
aboard. So far as reported the crew of
four men has not been picked up or
landed at any port.
(with the club. Vandeville numbers and
other stunts by the members will fur
nish the fun between smokes. Jack
j Dawson is agitating the smoker, which
i-s a monthly event with the Bill Elks.
When you go into Jackson's delica
tessen department, please note how
clean and appetizing everything is kept.
Drs. 2raffrtifler and 3Inpes, dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
Lest we forget let's keep our money
at home and still get tne best. (Jlobe
See Uh In Our Xew Shop
The cleanest place in town.
Melvln Meat Co.,
206 N. Stanton.
Drs. Mssrnder and Mapes. dentists.
We don't work for negroes.
"We will have some fresh picked
I strawberries in the morning. JVckson's.
Is Introduced in House and
Senate as Urged by the
"Washington, D. C, Feb. 7. The ad
ministration bill providing for federal
incorporation of corporations engaged
in interstate commerce was presented
to both branches of congress today.
Senator Clark, of Wyoming, Intro
duced the bill In the senate, and repre
sentative Parker, of New Jersey, in
the house- They are chairmen respec
tively of the senate and house commit
tees on the judiciary.
In the senate, senator Newlands op
posed the reference of the bill to the
committee on the judiciary? -and gave
notice that tomorrow he would move
to refer it to the committee on inter
Lest we forget let's keep our mousy
at home and still get the best. Globe
JOE SPIVEY WANTS TO FLY.
There is one anan who is willing to
risk his neck for a chance tp fly with
the aero men if they, come here with
itheir flyins: contraptions. He is Joe
Spivey and he has offered to make a trir
in the airship just like the song tells
about. He will go as high as the blamed
thing will carrv two passengers, ooe
says, and he will go as fast as it does.
To prevent an accident he is figuring on
stretching a net under the airship to
catch him if ihe should fall out. Joe got
this idea from the circus performers.
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the pay roll in El Paso.
Dr. Bush has removed his office t
rooms 213-215 (second floor) Caples
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll In El Paso.
-"BIj? Tim" Celebrates.
New York, N. Y., Feb. 7. Five thou
sand pairs of shoes ",and stockings
were g'iven away Sunday by "Big Tim"
Sullivan, state senator and Tammany
leader in commemorating a kindness
bestowed upon him by bis teacher when
he was a boy. Sullivan was given a
pair of shoes and he has commemor
ated it each year on February 6 by a
distribution of stockings and shoes to
all the needy of the Bowery.
C. Ii. BHIlnsrtoH. 70S Magoffin. Tel. 1489
painting, paperhanging, decorating.
We are sole agents in El Paso for that
famous coffee. Chase & Sanborn's iSeal
3rand. Sell no other kind, as no other
kind will suit our customers. Jackson's.
Have you visited Jackson's delica
Sailors Are Saved.
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 7. The schooner
Carrie A. Xorton, from Jacksonville to
.ew York, is reported ashore near
False Cape. The crew was saved by
jm..ii5 jracmc trains tne roat j-.-press,
due at 11:40 a. mi? is reported six
hnnra li-z Tv. ri,it. Cfafa limited.
Rock Island train, from the north, due
at 5:40 p. m., is reported one hour and
id minutes late. Southern .pacuic tram,
the Califomiau. due from the west at
?.fA . . . . 1 ..r. Tnfn
ii.iv p. in., is reportea tnree uuuio "";.
All delays 'nre due to derailments east
and west. All other afternoon and night
Catholic Charity Ball.
Scores will dance tonight in the
name of charity at the first Catholic
charity ball at the Knights of Colum
bus hall. The St. Vincent de Paul and
the Women's Benevolent societies arc
promoting the affair. Some 500 invi
tations were Issued.
Drs. Mnsrudcr and Tilapca, aentists.
When you can't find rabbits elsewhere
31elvln's, i05 X. Stanton.
Br. Cameron,. Dentist, for reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed
Burning Schooner Deserted.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 7. A vessel
believed to have been the George P.
Phillips, of Seaford, Delaware, Is re-
A. SHAKING UP
may all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not when It
comes to chills and fever and malaria
Quit the quinine and take a real cure
Ballard s Herbine. Contains no harm
ful trugs and is as certain as taxes.
Tf it doesn't cure, you get your money
back. Sold by all druggist
There Are Xo Better .
No emperor, either of a people or of
finance, can buy better food than we
can sell you. at the prices you Usually
pay for good things.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Refuse to Let Crevr Land.
Washington, D. C. Feb. -7. TVhen the
army cable ship Burnside, which is lay
ing a cable in Alaskan waters, touched
at Sitka, recentlyto buy the remains of
a member of the crew who died from
smallpox, citizens threatened to shoot
the first man to come ashore with the
corpse. In order to avoid trouble the
Burnside returned to Seattle without
laying cable. It is assumed the corpse
was burfed at sea.
Dr. Starker, 31S-319 Caples Bldg.
practice limited to diseases of eye, ear.
nose and throat.
Sunflower eggs are always good.
Jackson's. Phone 353.
The Things Themselves.
At this store we do not merely carry
a line of things '-just as good" as other
things which you know to be good. We
carry the things themselves.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Sheep Man Has Foot Injured.
Hugo Goldenberg, a sheep man from
Santa Rosa, N. 2,1.; is at the St- Regis
taking' treatment for an injury he re
ceived while on his New Mexico ranch,
ffhe injury was to his right ankle and
he will have to go on three wheels un
til it heals.
R. B. Bias JTnel Co.
Wood, coal. feea.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper." 1014 Missouri
street. Phones: Bell S49; Auto, 1849.
Paulhan at New Orleans.
New Orleans, La., Feb. 7. Before 3000
spectators, Louis Paulhan, made three
short flights Sunday afternoon. He as
cended to a maximum height of 450 feet
and circled several times about the
Course. He will remain here four days.
Prof. L. 31. Uribe, operatic tenor,
teaches vocal with his special method of
placing- and Increasing- the voice. See
him at Y. M. C. A. building; 10 to 11
a, m., or 4 to 5 p. m.
liberation, the jury 1n the case of Mrs.
Jeanette Stewart-Ford, charged with
blackmailing- Charles L. Warriner, was
discharg-ed. Judge Swing said that ho
had been informed that on the last
ballot eight jurors had -stood for ac
quittal and four for conviction.
Disproves Vagrrancy Chargre.
Levi McDaniel, an elderly negro, ar
rested on a charge of vagrancy, told
judge Lea this -morning- that he had lived
in El Paso 24 years and produced a poll
tax to prove that he was not a vagrant
He was dismissed.
Hot Stuff on North Oregon.
Odoriferous hot stuff is being laid on
the 500 block of North Oregon street
today. The west side of the street has
been completed and the east side ic now-receiving-
the .finishing: touches.
Atteation O. R. C.
You are requested to attend a special
meeting at Redmen's hall at 1:30, Feb.
9. to meet our legislative representative.
Bro. C. F. Goodrich. At 2:30 he would
be pleased to have members of the B.
of R. T., B. of L. E., B. of L. F. & E., B.
R. C. of A. and O. R. T. meet us at the
above hall for a union meeting.
Geo. L. Stockwell, Chief Condr. Xo. 69.
Ford Jury Disagrees.
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 7. Falling to
reach an agreement after 24 hours de
Choice meats at all times.
MeHln Meat Co.
206 N. Stanton. Same phones.
Special, ladies purses, snopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza!
None As Good.
There may be jus ns good butter as
Sedgwick creamery butter, but we don't
know it and neither do hundreds of
people in this city.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
San Francisco, Cal.. Feb. 7. When he
returned from Memphis. Tenn.. at his
own expense, to answer charges that
have been brought against him, William
C. Hays, former manager and vice pres
ident 6f the defunct Union State bank
of this city was arrested. He Is accused
of overdrawing his account to the
amount of $1200 and of obtaining $1000
under false pretense. Hays denies the
AVe lla-v e Moved "
To 206 North "Stanton; still selling
that famous corned beef.
Melvln Meat Co.
Elks to Smoke and Eat.
A smoker with an eating attachment
or an eats with smoking attachment Is
what the Elks are planning for Tuesday
night at the winter garden In connection
is a feature.
Ordinary Cathartics and
Pills and Harsh Physic
You cannot be over careful In the
selection of medicine for children. Only
the very gentlest bowel medicine should
ever be given, except in emergency
cases. Ordinary pills, cathartics and
purgatives are ant to do more hnrm
I than good. They cause CTiDinir. nausea.
j and other distressing after-effects that
are frequently health-destroying and a
We personally recommend and guar
antee Rexall Orderlies as the safest and
most dependable remedy for constipa
tionand associate bowel disorders. We
have such absolute faith in the virtues
of this remendy that we sell it on our
guarantee of money back in every In
stance where it fails to give entire sat
isfaction, and we urge all In need of
such medicine to try dt at our risk.
Rexall Orderlies contain an entirely
new ingredient which is odorless, taste
less and colorless. As an active agent,
it embraces the valuable qualities or
the best known, intestinal regulator
Rexall Orderlies are eaten like
candy. They are particularly prompt
and agreeable in action may be taken
at any time, day or night; do not cause
diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive
looseness or other undesirable effects.
They have a very natural action upon
the srlands and onrnns ttrith -r-v.ir.i
they come in contact, act as a positive
and regulative tonic upoo the relaxed
muscular coat of the bowel and 4ts dry
mucous lining; remove irritation, over
come weakness, tone and strengthen the
nerves and muscles, and restore the
bowels and associate organs to more
vigorous and healthy activity.
Rexall Orderlies completely relieve
constipation, except when of a surgical
character. They also tend to o-Vercome
the necessity of constantly taking laxa
tives to keep the bowels in normal con
dition. There Is really no medicine for this
purpose so good as Rexall Orderlies, es
pecially for children, aged and delicate
persons. They are prepared In tablet
form, in two sizes of packages; 12 tab
lets 10 cents, and 36 tablets 25 cents.
Remember you can obtain Rexall Reme
dies In El Paso only at our store, The
Rexall Stores, People's Drug- Store and
Kelly & Pollard.
For Sepia Photos, and Mouldings
suitable for most any picture.
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO
miinition and Sporting G-oods are all "Al." Call
and examine same, or write ns. Mail orders given
SHILTON-PAYNE ARMS C.
301-303 EL PASO ST.