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"We have decided that each Saturday we
will offer customers something entirely
out of the ordinary, as regards values.
Par tomorrow we have selected HOSE.
$1.50 SILK HOSE $1-00 PER PATH
(Limit 3 pair to a customer)
A new shipment of 25 dozen Pure Silk Hoae, in
black, tan and fnrvy, is featured, for tomorrow.
They (have lisle soles and 7-inch garter tops and
are a- regular $1.50 quality. Extra. & -fl AA
Special for Saturday, per pair $ A JJ
(1 box to a customer)
"Rockrwood" Hose are guaranteed
for 6 -months. Gome in black and
tan, 6 5air to a box. Regular price
is $1.50; on sale to- dj f
morrow, per box P I. JL O
We are closing out the children's
line of "Wunderhose" so make no
limit. Children's Wunderhose in
black and tan, 4 pair to uhe box,
sell regularly at $1.00- OA
On sale tomorrow OvC
Eli PASO'S" OXLY EXCLUSIVE
IS BROUGHT TO CITY
Occupants of the Car Say Chauffeur
Was Only One Injured and He
Had Shoulder Hurt.
After being wrecked on the county
road by the breaking of an axle and
xhe loss of a wheel, the automobile of
Charles Christley has been brought to
the city for repairs.
The occupants of the care at the time
of the accident were Miss Pearl Ber
key, of 905 North Stanton street; Miss
Lois Humrichouser, of Chicago, who is
Miss Berkey's guest, and Karl "W. Blu
menthal. Mr. Blumenthal said: "There were
no bottles around and not even the
lights were broken, so one can imagine
how much glass anybody could havo
seen taround the wrecked car."
Miss Berkey stated today that Miss
Lois Humrichouser had her face slightly
scratched, but that there was no blood
from the wounds.
Concerning the report that a pool of
blood had been noticed near the car,
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(Limit 1 box to a customer)
The worth of Women's Wunderhose is too well
known to tell you about. Women's "Wunderhose"
come in black and tan, 3 pair in a box. Sell regu
larly $1.00. On sale tomorrow, Q A
(1 box to a customer)
They are fully guaranteed, 4 pair
in a box, all black, all tan, or 2
pair black and 2 tan. Regular
price is $1.00; on sale to- Of
morrow, per box O f C
Infants' Plain and Lace Socks, also
Children's "Fay" Stockings, are
an extra special for tomorrow.
Tomorrow we will sell all 25c
grades at choice,
Miss Berkey said the only thing she
could imagine to cause such an appear
ance was a box of chocolates which was
The chauffeur, it is stated, is the only
one of the party that was injured! he
having his shoulder wrenched. All were
picked up and brought back to the city
in another machine, which passed
shortly after the accident, after young
Blumenthal had phoned to town to get
WALTER WILLIAMS TO GO
BACK OX PLAZA BEAT
On March 1 police sergeant "Walter
Williams will relinquish his duties as
sergeant and will go back to the plaza
beat. Powell Roberts Avill succeed, him
Only One "BROMO tiUrNTNE"
That is LAXATIVE 5HOMO QUININE, j
Look for the signature of B. W- j
GROVE. Used the World over to
Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
CLOSES POSITIVELY TO
Last Day's Bargain
Is This FairP
Certain Proof Will Be Made That
Stuart's "Dyspepsia" Tablets Cure
A Trial Package Sent Free.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are made
to give to the system, through the di
gestive tract and the stomach, the nec
essary chemicals not only to digest
food, but to enrich the fluids of the
body so that it may no longer suffer
from dyspepsia or other stomach trou
ble. "We will send 3ou a quantity of these
tablets free, so that their power to
cure mqy be proven to, you.
Thousands upon thousands of people
are using these tablets for the aid and
cure of every known stomach disease.
Know what you put into your stomach,
and use discretion In doing so.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
fruit and vegetable essences, -the pure
concentrated tincture of Hydrastis,
Golden Seal, which tone up and
strenghen the mucous lining of the
stomach, and Increase the flow of gas
tric and other digestive juices; Lactose
(extracted from milk) ; Nux, to
strengthen the nerves controling the
action of the stomach .and to cure ner
vous dyspepsia; pure aseptic Pepsin of
the highest digestive power and ap
proved by the United States Phamaco
poeia. One of Che ablest professors of the
University of Michigan recently stated
that this Pepsin was the only aseptic
pepsin he had found that was abso
lute! v nure free from all animal im-
I purities; Bismuth, to absorb gases and
prevent iermenxauon. iney aie uen
clously flavored with concentrated Ja
maica Ginger in itself a well known
Liquid medicines lose their strength,
the longer they are kept, through
evaporation, fermentation and chemical
changes, hence Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets are recognized as the only true
and logical manner of preserving the
ingredients given above in their fullest
If you really doubt the power of
thRSA tablets, take this advertisement
j'to a druggist and ask his opinion of
It is due your stomach to give it
the ingredients necessary to stop its
trrmhl Tt costs nothinsr to try. You
ilrnriTC- TiTliot i-mi n r a tfakinir. and thfi
1 fame of these tablets prove their value.
All druggists sell them. Price oO cents.
Send us your name and address and
we will send you a trial package by
mail free. Address F. A. Stuart Co.,
150 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich.
'My dear sir, do not allow
success to turn 3'our head"
'0h, well, it's only a square
head that has no turning.''
Your Share o
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.Secure Goods From Oetavia
Drug Store Other
Burglars are again at work in El
Paso and the police have received re
ports or three burglaries which have
occurred during the past 48 hours.
Some time after 9:30 last night, when
the Oetavia drug store, at the corner of
Oetavia and Boulevard, Was closed,
burglars entered and helped themselves
to - gbods valued at between $50 and
An entrance was forced through the
rear transom which was broken open
and the burglars helped themselves to
cigars and toilet articles.
The Colorado saloon on Main street
near the corner of Oregon street just
opposite the plaza was burglarized, two
packages, of tobacco and 85 cents in
money being secured by the burglars,
who forced an entrance by breaking
tho rear window.
Late Wednesday night or early the
following morning, the front door of
the Milder cigar store, on San Antonio
street' near Oregon, was broken in,
burglarsforcing the lock. Cigar chips
to the amount of $1d were stolen and
the burglars, evidently thought they
had secured money, but upon learning
that they had nothing, but brass checks,
they left, them in Kansas street, in
front of the courthouse, 'mere mey
were found by a Mexican boy, who was
arrested wltn them in his possession.
He was later released, as he proved xnai
he had picked them up in the street.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
J. R. Harper, Presiding.
W. A. Naill, attempt to bribe an of
ficer: sentenced to serve two years in
Richard di Palma et al vs. Josephine
Crosby et al; suit to set aside judgment;
John Henry Watson, burglary; on
Alice Pickard vs. Henry Pickard, ne
groes; suit for divorce filed.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. AValtnall, Presiding.
E. S. Newman vs. Frank Spence, suit
to try title; on trial.
Van Horn Trading Co. vs. Chas May
et al, suit on notes; filed.
Felicitas Lara vs. Victoriano Martinez
et al, suit to try title; filed.
A. S. J. Eylar,- Prenllin;r.
T. H. Rogers. R. H. Rinehart. L. J.
Gilchrist appointed jury commission
E. B. McCIIntock. Presiding.
Mr. and Mrs. Leek Thaddeus, receiv
ing aond conceaT-ng stolen property,
bound over to grand jury in sum of
Bennie Thompson and Emmetf Win
ters, burglary; bound over to grand
jury in sum of $500 each.
You'll be surprised at the results you'
will get from a small want, rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 23c to 50c. Phone Bell
115, Auto 1115 and tell the girl.
Why don't YOU
try one? I
Attorney Burges and Post
master Smith Return
From Socorro and
"I expect a verdict rendered within
a week," said attorney R. F. Burges,
just returned from the Elephant Butte
condemnation proceedings in progress
at Socorro. T!he special government
commission to decide the price to be
paid -the VIctorio Land & Cattle com
pany for lands necessary to the Ele
phant Butte dam operations has com
"Capable men compose the commis
sion, and I believe "they will render a
fair verdict," said the local attorney
who acted as special counsel for the
government. "Of course there will be
no mutually satisfactory agreement, for
the company desires much more than
it Is likely to receive."
Following the conclusion of the hear
ing Wednesday, the commission made
a trip to the mines near Magdalena,
and enjoyed a picnic lunch. Postmas
ter J. A. Smith, who was called' to the
hearing as a witness, returned to the
city last night with Mr. Burges.
The Victorio company wants $600,000
for the land and the government has of
fered $65,000 for it. It is generally be
lieved that the commission will fix the
price for the 30,000 acres at $60,000.
Either side has the right to appeal
from she verdict of the commission. But
if the price fixed by the commission is
anywhere witnin the bounds of reason,
the government will deposit the money
and take possession of the land, and if
this is done, then active construction
work on the dam will begin at once.
ON HIS BIRTHDAY
Little Son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
t M. Rvan Dies at the
'xAt 11 oclock this morninir. Timothy
Joseph, the little afflicted son of Mr
ami Mrs. T. M. Ryan, of 305 St. Lou:s
street, died of dropsy, after an illness
covering more than two months. Little
Joe, as he was commonh ealled, was
born on liis. father's birthday, and will
be buried tomorrow, the 2(ith, on his
Sth birthdaj' annhersary. at about the
same time of his birth.
Funeral services will be held Friday
morning at 9 oclock mass, ajt uhe Church
of the Immaculate Conception, with in
terment in Concordia cemetery.
AUNT OF TWO EL PASO
TEACHERS DEAD AT CTJER0
Copies of the Cuero, Tex., Dity Star
have been received here announcing the
death of Miss Cornila Lynch, the aunt
of Miss Kaoherine Brownson and Miss
Mamie Kate Ilenry. who are teachers in
the El Paso schools. Miss Lynch was
one of the leading primary educators of
the state and was connected with the
Cuero schools from the time of their or
ganization until a short time ago.
Miss Lynch was also in charge of the
primary department of the Huntsville,
Tex., schools at the same time Supt. F.
M- Martin was superintendent. Supt.
Martin said today tltat Miss Lynch was
wibhout an execution tihe best priniary
teacher he had ever known. '"That
statement needs no Qualification' Supt.
Martin said. "Her methods were as ori
ginal as thev were effective and her re
sults were astonishing."
Miss Lynch was 61 years old at the
time of (her death, which resulted from
an illness which had extended over the
greater part of the last 3Tear. She was
the daughter of the late Qi.pt. Francis J.
Lynch, one of the best known residents
or southern Texas. She was born near
Brandon, Rankin county. Mississippi.
Both Miss Henry, who is English-instructor
in the Lamar school, and Miss
Brownson. of the mathematic depart
ment of the San Jacinto school, left last
week in answer to telegrams announcing
the serious illness of their aunti Thev
will return to resume their school work
next week. Jv
FUNERAL HELD TODAY.
Funeral services for Adolph A. Strate
meyer were held this morning, Rev. Rob
ert Bruce Smith officiating. Interment
was made in Evergreen cemetery.
MARTIN MAY QUIT
THE CITY SCHOOLS
Superintendent Is Offered
English Chair at Can
yon City Normal.
F. M. Martin, superintendent of the
El Paso schools, may relinoulvii, i,t
position to accept the chair of English
m the new state lexas .Normal school
which is being established at Canyon
City, Tex. The offer of the head pro
fessorship of the new normal has been
made to Supt. Martin and he has it
under consideration. He said this morn
ing that he had not decided as to what
his future plans would be and that he
expected to complete his year as the
head of the El Paso schools which ex
pires on July 1st.
The offer was made to the educator
some time ago and came without so
licitation. Should he deckle to accept
it he -will arrange to take chan-5e of it
on September lit and will sever his
connection with the local sahools at
the expiration of the present school
R. B. Cousins, former superintendent
of public instruction fpr Texas, is the
superintendent of the new normal and
When In Doubt Try ROAST BEEF
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or and nutritious quality. Only the best is good
enough for us to buy for our patrons, and therefore
we have only the best qualities to sell. It is the same,
however, with all our Meats, Poultry, Sausages, etc.
Prime Rib Roast, per lb 15c
Rump Roast, per lb 12c
Shoulder Roast, per lb .- 10c
Boiling. Meat, 4 lbs 25c
Corned Beef, per lb 10c
Home Majle Sausage, per lb 10c
Pickled or Smoked Tongue 35c
Home Dressed Ponltry, Sealnhlpt Oysters, Kraut, Pirftlcs and Olives.
0S91T7 IIASlifET Phones, Eel! 138 Auto 2345
Ft I & IflHimi. I 213 X0RTH STAMTQM STREET
he knows ,the ability of Prof. Martin,
the latter having been chief clerk in
the office of Mr. Cousins at the time
he was made superintendent of the
El Paso school.
SMAIili BLAZE EXTINGUISHED. '
Fire starting near a -wooden counter
in the rear of a clothing store at Stan
ton and Overland streets called out the
central station firemen at 12:50 this aft
ernoon. The blaze rsvas extinguished with
3IARIUED BY JUSTICE.
Apolonio Gomez and Felicitas Terres
were married today by justice E. B. Mc
Clintock. CHARGED TVTTH VAGRANCY.
Louise and Marguerite Brown,
charged with vagrancy, were arrested
this afternoon. Each gave $10 for their
appearance in police court this after
noon. Use Herald Want Ads.
Have you a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot be
gin treatment top early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy atjthe outset you will be saved
much trouble. Sold by all druggists.
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S HNE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES."
"I have worn W. L. Douglas shoes for the
oast sis years, and always find they are far
superior to all other high grade shoes In style.
;omfort and durability." W. G. JONES,
119 Howard Ave.. Utica. N. Y.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at Brockton, Mass., and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you -would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
CAl'TI OX See that W. L. Doaglas name and price
is stamped on the bottom. Take Ao Sulmtitnte.
If your dealer cannot flt yoi with TV L.Donclas shoes,
write lor 2Iail Order Catalog. W.L.Donglas,iJrocfcton,
ilass. FOR SAIE BY
. E. G. PEW & SON
221 San Antonio St.
$2,00 j lbs.
AETD FRESH FIELD, GARDEN AND "FLOWER f!
CALL ON OR
O, 6. SEETON & SON. I
THHU) AHD CHIHUAHUA STESETS
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AiND FEED
Very few people dislike
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iewr o-ro n-iQTi-c- wliri rf
wacxo cij-v. J.LW.j "" v
not care for Mutton or
Pork Ajld true t is
xnac it xvuast ox uur
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l.rail, I.IIH HVK III l.flK lhijj.-
noisseur in Meat. The
taste of it would con
vince him of its fine flav
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SEW,
You can easily sell it. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115. tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
You can easily isell it. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115. tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
Mexico Sort hwtsi era Bail
Tki Rio Grande, Sierra Xar?
Pacific Rallread Cs.
sew time card:
XOT. 14th. 100.
Effective this date Passenger
trains will leave our NEW STA
TION, corner "Calles COiTER'no
CXTJDAD JUAREZ t 1 P. X.
NUEVA CASAS GRANDE3 7 P. M.
NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 12:15 P.M.
CTUDAD JUAREZ 8 P. M.
Thus bringing Nueva Casas
Grandes and intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paso and vice
versa, and airbwJnsr patrons oppor
tunity to transact, -eir business
and be home next day.
HUNTING and WISHING- sach as
found nowhere else on'Nbrth Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C. FERRIS, T. R. RYAN.
General 3Isr. TraJtie Mr.
'" Apartado 4S,
5?? Crewley Co.
33! Texas St. 1 Fas Texas
BAGGrAGE & TEANSFSE
PHOKF, BELL 1 ATJTO 1001
Will be up right away
Careful men. Reasonable price.
116 SAM" FRANCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AKD MOVIKG
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Anto Phone 19BS
109 MAIN ST.
Hard to B