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Saturday. February 12, 1910r
tay At Philadelphia,
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For the Baseball ' Fans Waist Him
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- if You Don't Heed These How, You Will Later
Gasoline Stoves that will not give you any trouble.
One burner size ( O J g?
Two burner size OHl
Three burner size - QUA O
Extra quality shipped direct from the factory, insuring you against
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KAUETO KEXSUBE 0XtJ ijsl
"T" HAT you look cheerful, not
gloomy, full of vigor, not
weary, up-to-date, not behind the
You must look prosperous in or
der to gain confidence.
We express this thought in our
Suits. Suits we make mean some
thing and men who wear them
are distinctively dressed.
Suites Made to Order
A4 For ??g Drrff of Fashion
Ail afternoon trains are reported on
The saloon of C. O. Love, at 715 Mis
souri street, was entered by burglars
Thursday night and $40 worth of cigars
rnd wnisky stolen. The men-forced an
entrance through the front door.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, ror reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. "Work guaranteed.
Try our Sunday Turkey dinner at The
Palace, from 12 m. to S p. m., 40c. Base
ment Herald Bldg.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and "Wyoming.
Tour lenten desires arc best served at I
Jackson's "Sanitary Grocery. Phone
Drs. 2Iasruaer--xa-3rapes- dentists,
"We don't work for negroes.
Dr. Willi; R. Smith, skin, genito
urinary and rectabv.diseases. Officje
rooms 201, 202, 203 Caples Bldg.
Held as Saspect.
Charlie Hampton was arrested by the
police Friday night and docketed as a
suspicious character. HeJhad a sack of
brass in his possession when taken into
custody. A. Goldblatt was arrested by
jollceman "Whaley Friday night and
docketed as a suspicious character. The
j"!ftice say he Is suspected of being a
deserter from the army.
Special, ladies purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunkfactory, north side plaza.
See Measday's chicken ad, page 21.
C I. BIlllnstoH. 70S Magoffin. TeL 14S9
painting, paperhangiug, decorating.
Drs. Kssraaer nail 35a pes,
References: Ask anyone.
Train Robber Confesses.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 12. Four men
have been arrested, charged with hold
ing up a Missouri Pacific train near
Eureka, Mo., on the night of January
21- One of them has confessed that he
wss one of the men wanted, and when
arraigned pleaded guilty. The self-confessed
robber gave his name as George
Ebeling. All were caught here except
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EI PASO GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
BELL TELEPHONE OS.
Ebeling, who was found at Hot Springs,
Attention O. It. C.
You are requested to meet at Red
men's hall Sunday, February 13 at 2
oclock to attend the funeral of our
late Bro. Edward F. Scanlon. The
Ladies' auxilliary and visiting brothers
Geo. L. Stockwell, Chief Conductor.
Badly Fed Peoplp.
This store would like to reduce the
number of badly fed people in this town
to such a minimum as to make them
hard to find. For a badly fed person
isn't getting out of life half thafs in
it. To eat good foods is to bid for good
health, and to take long strides toward
personal efficiency in your life's work.
Jackson' Sanitary Grocer?-.
R. B. Bias Fa el Co.
Wofd, coal. feea.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
Etreat. Phones: Bell R49; Auto. 1849.
Good things to eat at The Palace
Cafe. Basement Herald building.
Chase &. Sanborn's Coffee, Jacksons.
Jackson's delicatessen has everything
you could possibly desire to eat. 'Phone
Dr. Starker, 318-319 Caples Bldg.
practice limited to diseas.es of eye, ear,
nose and throat.
"Cheap" Grocery Store.
If you wouldn't invite your friends to
a "cheap" restaurant, why should you
entertain them with table food at your
home -which comes from a "cheap" gro
cery? The answer is: Tou shouldn't.
Jaekson's Sanitary Grocery.
Drs. Masrcder and 27apcs, eentists.
We can now supply you with the
celebrated Barrington Hall. The steel
cut coffee Bakerized. Model Cash Gro
cers, corner Missouri and Octavia
streets. Phone 1173; Auto 1544.
No trouble to serve a nice lunch
you patronize Jackson's delicatessen.
Grand Jary fleets.
Thursday evening at 5:3Q the grand
jury met in special session, but no In
dictments were returned.
Meet me at The Palace and we will
dine together. Basement Herald build
ing. Fresh strawberries almost every day.
Jackson's. Phone 353.
Want more hair? An elegant dressing?
The 14th is as good a time as any to instal a gas range.'
In fact, it's a better time than most. For the 14th is
consecrated to old St. Valentine and is the day of all
true lovers. And, is there any better way for a man
to show his love for his wife than by getting her a gas
range and freeing her from the dirt and labor incident
to the using of a coal range?
May Be the Head of a Minor
League Club After He
FLAYER IN HIS DAY
Time "Was When He Could
Make Big Batters Wish
That He "Were Trans
lated. "Shall auld acquaintance be forgot
And days of auld lang syne?"
New Tork, Feb. 12. Not a forr;et
where "Kid" Gleason Is concerned. He
belongs almost as much to New York
as he does to Philadelphia. It is -true
that he began to be something of a
ball player In Philadelphia, but It is
also true that he put In much of his
time in this city, and that when he left
here he had a clean bill of sailing, as
he had when he left Philadephia.
Gallop back over the pastures of
memory in 1889. Perhaps some of the
readers of The Herald will recall a
rosy cheeked, roly poly young
chap who pitched for Philadelphia with
a long round arm motion and a smile
that was never without a flicker of
mischief and deviltry.
He could bat better than a green
horn can pile grape baskets In a freight
car and was a dangerous man when he
walked to the plate with men on bases,
even if he was a pitcher.
When not playing ball for a salary
he was causing that mild mannered,
fatherly, whole souled gentleman, Harry
Wright, much concern as to what kind
of pranks were brewing under his hat.
Nothing mean about them. They were
always devoid of malice, buf dear old
Harry Wright would take off his spec
tacles, wipe them with his handker
chief, rub his eyes with his fingers and
look at the young man in a reproach
ful manner frpm time to time.
Then Gleason would slip around the
corner and curtail his mischief mak
ing propensities for at least two min
utes. He was "Kid" Gleason then. He has
been "Kid" Gleason since and he la
likely to be "Kid" Gleason for all time !
Philadelphia first thought not to en-
gage him this year. The Philadelphia
management did not wish to drop him
because of "old age." He is every bit
as popular In Philadelphia as he is In
New Tork, but in the nature of things
there being a new manager with Ideas
of his own and Gleason not being
needed for head coach, or assistant man
ager, or, whatever position he occupied,
he was to be permitted to pass along
the highway and pick up a position
with some other team. Then the "fans"
stepped in and the club took another
It was said that he might become 'a
manager in one of the minorMeagues.
A minor league club could go further
and fare worse. The days of his boy
hood tricks are past. With their de
parture has gone none of the perception
and rare good judgment with which he
was possessed when he was a major
league player, and In addition to that
he has had the experience of many a
season, all of which is to the advantage
of the man who is far seeing and care
ful during his major league years.
As a ball player Gleason was always
in a class above the ordinary. He
could hit well and ne could field well.
When he was a pitcher for a part of
his career he could pitch well. There
are games on record In which, with th
assistance of a good drop ball, at that
time a popular manner In which to
baffle the batters, he could stand such
venerable old chaps as "Pop" Anson
and "Dan" Brouthers on their heads.
Not literally, but "battically."
With the speed of which he was pos
sessed he had a nice slow one that
sailed on and on with the lulling
smoothness of a Great South Bay cat
boat "boosted" from behind by a fa
voring wind. It looked easy to hit,
but such great men as Ewing, Gore,
"Jeems" O'Rourke, and others of the
old school have popped their bats
against it only to be fooled.
Whereupon Gleason would smile and
the very impishness of that smile
would drive the old fellows to extremes
of rage, which would make them more
powerless to hit the ball.
Adrian C. Anson, in the height of his
fame and glory, has been heard to
stand on the playing Held and with his
pet admonitory voice warn Gleason
that he was going the way of the
wicked and those who will wantonly
carry umbrellas with their ends pro
truding at an angle which threatens
eyesight of all behind them.
To all of which Gleason, chipper,
brusque In mannr, jagged In repartee,
and like a curry como to soften wrath,
would request Mr. Anson to slip along
the base line ont ofNthe way and let "a
joung fellow have a chance now and
then at the ball."
New York will not see "Kid" Gleason
this year after all, and wherever he
stops temporarily for the summer there
will be baseball which will not b
draped In black nor played in a frock
TAFT SPEAKS IN
NEW YOSS TONIGHT
Expected at Lincoln Ban
quet to Tell His Attitude
on Various Subjects.
Washington, r. C, Feb. 12. Presi
dent Taft left here at S this morning
for New York, where he will meet gov
ernor Hughes, Lloyd C. Griscom, Tim
othy Woodruff and other Republican
leaders and hold an important confer
ence this afternoon and make a speech
before the Republican club at the Lin
coln Bay banquet tonight.
The president's speech tonight may
stir something up. He Is expected to
talk explicitly regarding his legislative
program and his position relative to
many rumors that have gone abroad as
to the attitude of the administration
toward the financial interests.
While gubernatorial timber is to be
measured at this afternoon's confer
ence It Is likely that no candidate will
be selected until the return of Mr.
Roosevelt from his African hunting
trip, for the Republican organization
looks largely to the former president
to aid in the coming election. Reports
have it that president Taft favors Fred
erick C. Stevens, now head of the state
canal system, for governor, but this
Is not generally credited, for the reason
that local policians said today that
the president, while taking a leading
interest In New York's political affairs,
would hardly name a man to run.
MAN IS KILLED
OUT OF REVENGE
Two Italians Murder Hani It
Is Believed in Spirit
Chicago, 111.. Feb. 12. Revenge is now
believed to be the mothe of the murder
of Charles Wiltshire, a wealthy glove
manufacturer, who was "found dead last
night at the door of his factory with
37 stiletto wounds In his body.
About a month ago Wiltshire caused
the arre3t of two Italians for having
sold him stolen property. One was sen
tenced to the house of correction aud
the other was dismissed. The police be
lieve that the freed man, who is now in
custody, planned the murder.
The belief is substantiated by the
identification of a stiletto sheath found
near the body, as the property of the
brother of the suspect.
Two men are under arrest, Lorence
Bartell and Frank Ebbole. The sheath
was Identified as belonging to the lat
ter's brother, Chris Ebbole, who is be
lieved to be in Milwaukee.
Chris Ebbole was arrested here dur
ing the morning. He denied all knowl
edge of the murder.
H. A. Hollister, of Ahuniada, Mexico,
is here today on business. Mr. Hollis
ter is a ranchman near Ahumada and
he sa-vs there is plenty of feed and wa
ter, which means plenty of cattle and
plenty of prosperity in his section.
A committee of baseball enthusiasts
will meet at the office of E. E. Neff Sun
day morning at 10 oclock to arrange for
the organization of the El Paso baseball
club to be a part of the Cactus league.
25 foot lengths, ready to couple with
25 foot lenths, 3-4 inch hose, heavy rubber
50 foot length hose, good quality;
50 foot length wire bound rubber hose,
3-4 inch size, only
Hose reels that save ithe hose from breaking leaks as well as
making "the care a pleasure. A good real on tf "i f g
wheels, only pJLesiC3
A LITTLE EAELY
But still a good time to get a good, reliable refrigerator cheap. Xext
week we will sell any refrigerator at 259 less than the Regular price.
We have only a few to close out before our new stock arrives.
This gives you a $12.00 Kefrigerator djQ f
This gives you a $15.00 Eefrigerator rt -f Og
This gives you a $20.00 Refrigerator - J ff
Thi3 gives you a $24.00 Eefrigerator (hi Q AA
This gives you a $35.00 genuine porcelain jf Q f O C
lined Refrigerator for POorfO
You will want recreation when the spring comes. Prepare now. We
have a nice assortment of Croquet Sets.
4 ball Croquet Sets
6 ball Croquet Sets
Furniture of all kinds at a liberal discount to cash buyers- We need
room for now goods.
H. Rogers & Co.
(Continued from Page One.)
by J. H. Adams from the TeHs Fargo
company Mr. Raynolds said:
"We never thousrht of buying the r
Adams property at any price."
Concerning the report that the bank ;
had an option on the Joe Kopf prop- t
erty. just south of the bank location. J
Raynolds said: '"There is nothing;
In that, either."
"You intend to stay right where you
are then?" he was asked, and he re
plied: "That is right."
EL PASO NEEDS A
HOTEL, SAYS BANKER
Frank D. Clover, of Austin.
Praises the El Paso
That El Paso Is destined to witness
a great transformation during the next,
few years, easily doubling the present
population, is the firm conviction of
Frank D. Glover, banker and real es
tate man of Austin, who, in the Interest
of private capital, is in El Paso Inves
tigating the real estate situation.
Touring the city yesterday in an auto
he said he was especially impressed
with the excellent appearance of the
streets, the fine, business blocks and
the snap and hustle of the people on
the thoroughfares. Ee was also par
ticularly attracted to the beautiful resi
dences and complimented them highly.
Commenting upon the banking sys
tem in El Paso. Mr. Glover, who is as
SOfiWiih sf veal east Texas banks. J
taid: "The banks here are certainlv in
fine shape, better than in cities much
larger man ji paso. But you need
more hotels. I experienced consider
able difficulty in securing accommoda
tions owing to the crowded conditions."
Mr. Glover intends to remain here
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a sirong man is strong all over. ro man can be
strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its
consequent indigestion, or from some other disease
of the stomach and its associated organs, which im
pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach
is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition
contained in food, which is the source of all physical
strength. When a man "doesn't feel just right,"
when he doesn't sleep well, has nn unrnmfnrtnMtt
feeling in the stomach after eating, is Mnguid, nervous, irritable and despoofiU
Cut, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength.
Such a man should use Dr. Pierce's Coldes medical
Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach aud othes
GP&aas of digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood,
invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes
the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH 2.KD STRENGTH TO
THE WHOLE BODY.
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this bgi
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S ball Croquet Sets
8 ball Croqdet Sets
extra 'fancy, for
N. Stanton St
Or Pay antfl Cured,
swindle. An island
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Any Tumor, Lump or
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for about aTveek. leaving then, for a
short trip down into Mexico.
G-EN. MILLS TO
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suites and single rooms. -A. basement
will be buile to extend under the entire
building and J is probable that this will
be used for stores, shops or for a large
The cost of the proposed building has
not yet been estimated but it is known
that Gen. Mills expects to erect a buHd-
j ing that will cost at least as much as
the Roberts-Banner building now being
built on the Mesa avenue corner of the
plaza which will cost $S0.000.
EVIDENCE IN CHINESE CASE.
The preliminary hearing of Oliver M.
Elliott, charged with smuggling Chi
nese, was held in th federal buildinsr
this morning by commissioner George B.
silver, immigranon laisoector
Armstrong testified that he saw seven
Chinamen unloaded from a box car at
Big Springs. H. K. DuBois, R. G. Cross,
clerk of the G. H. and S. A., and J. F.
Vincent were also called to the stand.
The attorney for the defendant asked
for further time to Investigate, which