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EL PASO HERAL
In Our Delicatessen Department
Kew York Cream Cheese, per lb 25c
Roquefort Cheese, imported 65c
Swiss Cheese, imported 40c
Brick Cheese 25c.
Camanbert Cheese, each 40c
Sap Sago Cheese, each 15c
Parniessen Cheese, bottles .25c and 35c
McLaren's-Imperial Cream. .15e and 35c
McLaren's Roquefort, jars 25c
Stilton Cheese, jars . .' : 60c
STeufehatel Cheese : 10c
Blue Label Cream Cheese. ...:..-... .15c and 25c
Pineapple Cheese . .... .60c and 75c
Edam Cheese, imported ..".' ' $1.25
We keep our Cheese in ice cold refrigerators, free
from dust and flies, always 'fresh, and of highest
Home Made Cakes and Home Made Bread
Phone 151. 210-212
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Egg, jJHSkgar! SSi 'jS
KWBaftiiM HBP m
IS SOLD IN EL
Jackson Grocery Co.
We do not supply this famous brand of ours to any other
dealer. You can only he sure of receiving "SEAL BRAND"
genuine and fresh by buying it at their store.
Feb. 2, 1910.
REPORTED THAT MISSING
NAVAL TUG IS SAFE
Newport News, Va., Feb. 21. It is re
ported at Fort Monroe that the missing
naval tender Nina has "Dc.cn found off
the coast of Virginia, where she was
driven by a severe storm which was
thought to have sent ber to the bottom
of the Atlantic
Hampton, Va., Feb. 21. It is now re
ported that the steamer Culglo is in
distress and is the boat that was at
ilrst supposed to be the Nina. The
cruiser Birmingham is investigating.
FIRESTONE AUTOMOBILE TIRES
C. D. FREEMAN
312 Mesa Ave.
EL FAS0 CYCLE WORKS
$2.00 to $3.50
$1.50 and $2.00
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
Cor, Mesa and
Cheese List riven CRD PflilMTV
rlAtU run buUiili
Texas St. Auto 1151.
& SANBORN, Chicdgo.
UNION 3IAY BREAK
THE BUTTE STRIKE
Butte, Mont., Feb. 21. It is unoffi
cially stated today that mining oper
ations in this district will be resumed
during the week with miners from
Colorado and South Dakota, supplied by
the Western Federation of Miners. No
official statement to this effect has
been made, however.
ADS BY PHONE.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell what
you wish to buy, sell or rent and The
Herald will do the rest.
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 malar Ja
Quit the quinine and take a real cure
Ballard s Herbine. Contains no harm
ful truss and is as certain as taxes.
If it doesn't cure, you get your money
back. Sold by all druggists.
Et. PASO THEATEfe
Daniel W. Arthur Presents
In the Sparkling Musical Play
"The Boys and Betty' '
Book by Geo. V. Hobart- Music by Silvj
nem. complete ixew xoric uast
.THE FAMOUS CAHILL CHORUS
PRICES $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
The World's Greatest Pianist
A MUSICAL TREAT PRICES $1.00.
25 Cents a Pound
15 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
State and County Rate Is to
Be 73 2-3 Cents For
The state and county tax levy was
fixed by the county commissioners late
this afternoon at 73 2-3 cents on the
$100 valuation. The levy is the same
as last vear-
HALL AKD HOWE
STILL IK RACE
Poll Tax Payments Break
All Records The Polls
Politics is quiet at the present time
and there is very little chance of a
sudden uprising in the political field.
However, both F. J. Hall and W. J.
Howe declare that they are going to
stay in the race to a finish. The ring
is backing P. J." Edwards and Joe Neal
on against them..
The poll tax paying time is over and
the records of the county collector
show that 5943 persons may vote in the
county at the coming primaries next
July. Of these 4473 are in the city, and
nearly 65 percent of them are Mexicans.
The summary of the different pre
Precinct No. 1 352
Precinct No 2 375
Precinct Xo. 3 504
Precinct No. 4 355
Precinct No. 5 20S
Precinct No. 6 225
Precmct No. 7 160
Precinct No. 8 434
Precinct No. 9 41S
Precinct No. 10 380
Precinct No. 11 3S9
Precinct No. 12 253
Total 4053 423
Concordia, No. 13 163 votes.
Ysleta. No. 14 394 votes.
Socorro. No. 15 138 votes.
San Elizario ,No. 16 105 votes.
Clint, No. 17 57 votes.
Island, No. IS 20 votes.
Cuadrilla, No. 19 22 votes.
Fort Hancock, No. 2068 votes.
Sierra Elanca, No. 21 90 votes.
Crow Flats, No. 22 63 votes.
Van Horn, No. 23 145 .votes.
Plateau. No. 24 17 votes.
Kent. No. 25 62 votes.
Smelter. No. 26 56 votes.
White Spur, No. 27 70 votes.
Total 1470 votes.
EL PASO COUNTY HAS
91C3.r4O.n0 IN BANIC
Fort Hancock Interurb i Company Ask
for Year's Extension On Its
TVl-ion rlta mnntv rnmmIvSlonerS count
ed the money today they found $168,040.
30 in the various funds.
Application was made by the El Paso
Fort Hancock interurban for a year's
extension on its francnse. Action was
deferred until March.
The Clint school district has voted
$3800 for a school. There were 27 votes
In favor of the bonds ana none opposed.
J. Carter Under Arrest at
Dallas Horse Was at
Tave Montgomery," a race horse ex
ported to tlie Juarez track on Nov. 19,
was suxuirffle! 'back into the United
States, according to customs officials,
and was seized at Dallas, Texas. J. Car
ter is now under arrest there on the
charge of smueeline.
The race thor.se, according to lecords
of the customs service here, was owned
by R. Jarret.t The horse -vas ridden
across the border into El Paso, they
say, and shipment was made from here.
The horse has been taken to San An
tonio and will be sold in tha,t city.
J. B. Harper, Presiding.
Luis Villegas, theft over 50; on trial.
Guadalupe Caldaron, burglary; on
A 31. AValthall, iTefcldins;.
George Paul vs. City of d Paso, peti
tion for injunction; on trial.
JudKe E. S. "Watson, Presiding.
Manuel Lopez, Carlos Carriou. Tom
Brooks. Carols Briseno, Serviano Silva.
Luis Vallarde, charged witn burglary
and theft over $50; bound over, $1500
Jim and John Pitts, burglary; on trial.
URGES DANCE AS GRACE
PRODUCER FOR WOMEN.
Show Girl DedareH Fancy Steps Rest
of Exerclne Recommend it I
to All Wouicb.
Virginia Forbes, one of the show
girls in "The Pwed Mill," advises all
women who wish to be praceful to take
lessons in fa"ncy or clog dancing. Miss
Forbes points out that It is dancing,
practiced by TOmen in musical shows,
that maikes them so graceful when not
on the stage.
"Any woman would be benefited more
by indulging in lofty kicking and fan,
cy stepping -than in playing bridge
whist all afternoon," said Miss Forbes.
"Systematic dancing in moderation is
one of the best of exercises. Indeed
some physicians declare that next to
hbxseback riding it is the most bene
ficial of all. As soon as the women
of the present day, who now devote so
much of their time to whist, or to read
ing trashy fiction, learn the real value
of "dancing, I believe dancing clubs wdll
be established to take the place of
RAILROAD MEN TO HEAR
LECTURE DY DR. DOUGLAS.
Several railway men In tlie offices of
the local railroads are pKnning to go
-to Douglas. Thursday, to attend the
lecture of Dr. James Dauglas on the
subject of transcontinental railways,
which is to be illustrated w:tli stereopti
con views. Much significance is at
tached to this lecture, tnving to the ru
mors rampant in Douglas that the city
is to be placed on a transcontinental
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price 2 for 25c;
Sale price, each
SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS
Glass Salt and Pepper Shakers ae a
special item of Odds & Ends Q
Sale at. each
CHILDREN'S DRESSES -Woolen
and "Wash Dresses, service
able materials, variety of colorings,
aHractive styles. Offered this week at
1-2 price and less.
Ednngs. and Insertions different
widths and patterns. Worth to 40c
a yard; Odds &, Ends Sale- 1Q
KID GLOVES 79c
Wrist Length Kid Gloves, all colors.
Worth to $2.00; Odds & 'TQ
& Ends Sale price, a pair... i Z?
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CHILDREN'S COATS $1.48
Children's Spring Coats, in pretty,
childlike styles. Regular prices range
to $5.00: Odds' & Ends Ends Sale
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WAiS,YUW -LVJ- I
tmd All Public-Offices Are
Closed in Honor of the De
ceased. Civic flags are at naif mast, citizens
hearts are bowed in grief, for today is
the funeral day of El Paso's friend
first, and ex-mayor second Benjamin.
By proclamation of the mayor busi
ness was suspended in public offices
and many business houses were closed,
as policemen and firemen escorted the
long funeral cortege through the city
streets. It was -an hour of universal
Funeral services were conducted at
Hotel D. R Francis shortly after 3
oclock. Rev. Caspar S. Wright spoke
the simple Methodist rites, without
eulogy. The most prominent men of
171 Pasn heard the
worus ana ooweu
their heads In grief at the loss of the ,
city builder, city friend. I
At the grave In Concordia cemetery a J
loc-fitinn reoresenting the fraternity
of Elks conducted the ritual of their
order and the minister concluded with
final prayers and the body was lowered
into the grave.
Two squads of police and a represen
tation of the fire department escorted
the funeral procession from the hotel
residence of the family. The pall
bearers were: A. P. Coles, Felix Mar
tinez. Charles Stevens, Horace Broad-
Some Advice Against the
Use of Harsh Purga
tives and Physics.
A doctor's first question when con
sulted bv a patient is, "Are youu bow
eJs regular?" He knows that 9S per
cent of illness is attended -with Inact
ive bowels and torpid liver. This con
dition poisons the system with waste
matter and causes accumulation or
gases which mut be removed througn
the bowels before health can be re
stored. .. ..,
Salts, ordinary pills and cathartics
mav be truly likened to dynamite.
Through their harsh, irritating action
thev force a passage through the
" . ! n;i finmn.se to
uoweis. causing uum .. " j
the delicate intestinal structure whicn
weakens the whole system, and at diem
onlv produces temporary relief. ine
repeated us of such treatments causes
chronic Irritation of the stomach ana
bowels, dries and hardens their tIsfuff;
deadens their nerves, stiffens their
muscles and generally brings about an
injurious habit which sometimes has al
most, if not fatal .esults.
We have a pleasant and safe remea
for constitpation and bowel disorders in
general. We are so certain of its great
curative value that we promise to re
turn the purchaser's money in ever
case where it fails to produce entire
satisfaction. This remedy is caliea
Rexall Orderlies. We urge you to to
lmm nfr rni- ntirn risk.
Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy,
thev act quietly and have a soothing,
strengthening, healing, regulative in
fluence on the entire intestinal tract.
They do not purge, gripe, cause nausea,
flatulence, excessive looseness, diar
rhoea or other annoying effects, and
they may be taken at any time with
Rexall Orderlies overcome the drug
ging habit and safely remedy constipa
tion and associate ailments, whether
acute or chronic, except in surgical
cases. They are especially good for
children, weak persons or old folks.
Price. 36 tablets 25 cents, and 12 tab
lets 10 cents. Remember you can ob
tain Rexall Remedies in El Paso only
at our stores. TJhe Rexall Stores.
People's Drug Store and Kelly & Pollard
EL PftSfl MOURNS OVER THE FUNERAL
8R OF COL B. F. MM
f Odds & Ends
Reaching out for bigger things all the time is our set policy, and the present
Odds & Ends Sale shows that we are succeeding. For the second day tomorrow
many new items will be offered, a few of which are noted below.
We want to impress on you that Odds & Ends Sale bargains are so remarkable
that many of them do not last longer than throughthc early shopping hours.
MUSLIN" UNDERWEAR 97c
Women's Dainty Undergarments,
Odds &, Ends
worth to ?2-50; OUds
Sale price, choice
LACE CURTAINS AT COST
,One 'lot of Soiled Lace Curtains to
be closed out this week at cost, and in
some instances less.
TAILORED WAISTS 59c
Women's Tailored Waists, made of
madras and similar fabrics, slightly
soiled. Worth to $1.95; Odds J-Q
& Ends Sale price J ?
$1.00 FOULARDS 59c
Silk and Satin Foulards, in variety.
Worth regularly to $1.00 a yard;
Odds & Ends Sale CQ
Tomorrow being George Washington's
Birthday, we observe the day with
appropriate souvenirs. These are pa
pier maehe souvenir hatacets, and we
believe you will enjoy receiving one.
Tey are free to all customers tomor
row in te Basement.
dus. J. A. Escajeda, H. L. Applegate, P.
F. Edwards and J. H. Nations.
Mayor Sweeney yesterday issued the
"From our midst there has been re
moved, by death, a man of sterling
quality, a loyal El Pasoan and a pro
"On the evening of Thursday, Febru
ary 17. 1910, in the city of Los Angeles,
Cal., Col. B..F. Hammett passed away.
To him we are deeply indebted for
much of the civic progress we have
enjoyed during the past ten yeara. At
a personal sacrifice he became chief
executive of this city in 1901. at a
period in the history of El Paso,
when we were sorely in need
of an able, fear-jess and conscientious
leader. How well he performed the
burdensome task assigned him is evi
denced by our present standing as a
progressive and prosperous city.
"In private and public life he hon
ored us. In death, we. who have been
the recipients of his labors, should find ;
this a f jttlng time to confer upon him
the last testimonial of the high es-
teem in which he was held,
"Therefore. I. Joseph U. Sweeney,
mayor of the city of El Paso, respect
fully request the citizens of El Paso to
refrain from pursuing their usual voca
tions during the time the funeral cor
tege passes through the streets of the
city on Monday, February 21,, at i
ecloek p. m. At that time I request the
merchants to close the doors of their
business houses. I direct that all mu
nicipal affairs shall close at that 'hour;
that the poli'ce and fire department
shall form an escort of honor, ana
that flags on all municipal buildings
shall be displayed at half mast.
a official seal
"Witness my hand and
this 20th day of February A. D., 1910.
'Joseph IT. Sweeney, Mayor."
All city and county offices closed to
day in honor of the ex-mayor and all
public officials, including the county
commissioners, attended the funeral.
Flags on all city and county buildings
an the chamber of commerce were at
Police and Fire EseorUf. j
The police escort for -ehe funeral was
composed of G. E. Fletcner, P.. E. Par
sons. C. H. Haynes, C. si- -Tillman. J. F.
Caplinger, W. X. Woods, E. E. Enlow,
J. W. Sraggs.
The escort from the fire department
was composed of J. T. Sullivan, J. Col
lins. H. Bargeman, G. Cook. W. Duprez,
B. Le Gros.
Ike Alderete, district clerk, said that
he earned his first money while in the
employ of the Campbell real estate
company, of, which B. F. Hammett was
president ,and therefore closed his of
fice from 2:30 to 1 oelocc today.
From the negroes of El Paso comes
glowing tribute to the ex-mayor. The
pastors and congregations of the Afri
can Methodist and Baptist churches of
the city have Issued resolutions recit
ing that, "As mayor of the city, as a
citizen, and as a Christian, he has been
our friend and benefactor," and extend
ing condolences to the family.
3IRS. E. G. COLLINS.
Mrs. E. G. Collins, of Morton, Miss.,
who had resided in El Paso a short
time died at her home, 711 San Diego
street. Highland Park, late Saturday
evening. The remains were shipped to
her home in Mississippi Sunday.
Clifford Lowry, 41 years old, a liouor
gager in the employ of ti.e government,
died Sunday at a local hospital. He had
been in El Paso but five days, having
pome here from Peoria. 111., for the bene-
I fit of his health. After coming here he
resided at 405 Prospect avenue until
Sunday when he was removed to the '
hospital where he died an hour after his j
MRS. MARTHA DE GUIItE.
Mrs. Martha de Gulre, mother of Mrs.
Edward Pennebaker, died at the Pcnne
baker residence 013 North Ochoa street,
Sunday evening,, at the age or 62 years.
The funeral will be held Tuesday after
noon from the church of the Imraaoulatd
Conception. Rev. Francis Roy officiat-
PINS 1c A CARD .
Toilet Pins, sell regularly 5c a card;
Odds & Ends Sale price -J
for . .
WHITE MADRAS 81-3c
White Shirtwaist Madras, our regular
15c quality; odds & Ends QfU
Sale price, a yard 05C
35c TOWELS 21c
Linen Huck Towels and Union Huck
Towels, hemmed and hemstitched,
worth to 35c each;
Ends Sale price
COMBINATION SUITS $1.23
Women's Combination Suits, neatly
made of a nice
Worth to $3.00; Odds &
Ends Sale price
GINGHAM APRONS 9c
Checked Gingham Aprons blues only.
Should sell 15q each; Odds & Q
Ends Sale price C
ART GOODS AT 19c
All sorts of things to make the
house pretty including a variety of
sofa .pillow tops. Values to 35c;
Odds & Ends Sale Q
Ing. The Interment will be In Evergreen
cemetery. Nagley and Sasier were the
MRS. DAISY SINGER.
Mrs. Daisy Singer, wife of $arry
Singer, died at the Singer home, 617 Gold
street. ngniami ,rarK, aunaaj xe u-
ceased was 34 years
nlr? Thft funeral
errices, which will be in charge of Nag
ley & Kaster, will be held Tuesday at
10 a.m. Rev. "W. R. Merrill will offici
ate. INFANT TOWNSENTJ.
James Edward, jr., the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. To-K-nsend. died Sun
day night at the family residence, 916
North Stanton street. The funeral was !
held this afternoon at 2:30 p. m. from
the Immaculate Conception church In
charge of Nagley and Raster, and the j
interment was in vouvurma. caucicij.
Labor Commissoner Will
Seek to Prevent Prac-
tice of Fraud.
Austin, Tex., Feb. 21. Labor com
missioner Myers today gave it out thac
he will request the next legislature to
enact a law regulating the employ-
ment agencies wren a view to prevent-1 pointed to by the united States dis
lng them from deceiving and defraud- tricfc court at Socorro to hear the evi--ing
ignorant foreigners. , ence in the condemnation .proceed-
In discussing such practices Myers
cited a case where men were put on
the Bartlett & Florence railroad with i
a promise of $2.50 daily, but received
only half that amount.
"WOMAN TEARS CLOTHING
FROM BODY REFUSES BEDDING
In one of the private cells of the
city jail there is a woman who is
docketed under the name of D. Macias,
charged with insanity. She was taken
tn thn iail Sundav bv her son. who said
! tnat she had been ranting. After be
ing piacea m me ceil sne reiusea 10
have any bedclothlng and tore her own
clothes from her body, all the time
yelling in a loud voice.
Complaint has been filed in the county
court and she will be transferred to
tho county jail.
TO EXTEND RAILROAD.
Austin. Tex.. Feb. 21. The Enid.
Ochiltree & Western .railroad today
filed a charter amendment for 55 addi
tional miles of track from Ochiltree
to the- east line of Linipscomb county.
The original survey calls for a line
from Dalhart to Ochiltree.
TO LAY CORNERSTONE.
Austin, Tex., Feb. 21. Governor
Campbell today went to Huntsviile,
where they will lay the cornerstone of
the new building of the Sam Houston
THE U. S. CROP 1-3 SHORT.
The Flax Seed crop is one-third short. In con
sequence, much Linseed Oil is adulterated.
Our Linseed Oil is the genuine. We stand be
$1.05 Per G-al. Cans Extra.
CLUBS THAT PLEASE
m The Ixdancc and "hang" of our
delight any player. The irons
of Swedes Iron and the models
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
301-303 EL PASO ST.
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quality of muslin-
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CITY GENERALLY TO TAKE
A HOLIDAY TUESDAY.
Tuesday being "Washington's birthday
and aviation day combined, the G. H. &
S. A. freight warehouse and offices will
close at noon, to permit the clerks to see
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and also many stores.
Because of the aviation iheeting
Tuesday, the High school-Military insti
tute basketball ramey which was to
have been clayed Tuesday afternoon, has
been postponed until Tuesday evening.
X- M. C. A. NOTES.
The debate on the trusts at the Y.
M. C. A. resulted in a victory for the
antitrust advocates at the Forum Sat
urday evening, the decision going to
the negative by a vote of two to three.
C. L. Sirmons and W. R. May spoke for
the affirmative side of the question and
R. F. Davis and Charles Qjwen for the
winning side. F. H. Blighton also spoke
on the subject in an exfemporaneous
way after the debate closed.
Views taken in Buano Tumbo land
by bishop Hartzell were shown at the
men's meeting of the T. M. C. A. Sun
The hearing of evidence In the Ele
phant Butte condemnation proceedings
is In progress at -ocorro, ??. M., before
a special commission wltlch -wao an-
ADDRESSES LOCAL UNION
Thomas Flanlgan, a grand lodge of
ficer of the Blacksmiths union, ad
dressed the local union at Fraternal
Brotherhood hall Saturday night.
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and all itching Skin diseases. It mat
ters not how long you have suffered,
what you have tried, or if every part
of your body is an itching, burning
s'ore. 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" la
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 he 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. Your locai
druggist can get it for you. If he
will not, mail us .$1, and we will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
& GLASS CO
new line Of -.IcGregor Golf Clubs will
are "hand forged from a Irish. rade
we show are approved by the best Hi