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EL PASO HERALD
Just to Re
That Saturday is
the Oast day of
our retail busi
ness. At that
time our store
This should remind you that
some excellent values in
Shelf and Builders' Hard
ware are passing you.
Aa Inhalation for
Goughs, Golds, Gaiarrh,
Cresotene is a Boon Asthmatics.
Does it not eeesa. xnoro effectiro to breathe in &
re&edr for disease oi tho breathlnff crgaai than
to take- the remedy into the stomach?
Pri.a1rnf mrM Iwcinse tho air. rendered
strongly antiseptic, is carried over tha diseased
snrface frith every breath, sirl&s prolonged and
eossUat treatment, it IS laTainamc w
frith ssall children.
For irritated throat
there it nothing better
than Cresoleae Antiseptic
Send c in postage
for aajaplo Dottle.
Send postal for de
0S Fnltoa Straat,
Soai Lymph & ,Iifjj
js attire a own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de
bility; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most hiphly efiica
ceous tablet form. $2
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
-"' "El Paso onlv hv
Kelly fc Pollard, Sheldon HotcL
MAY EXTRADITE CASTRO
FROM JUAREZ, MEXICO.
An attempt to extradite Francisco
Cascro, held In Juarez in connection -with
the recent hotel Orndorff robbery, will
be made, it is said. The difficulties of
trying- the man under the Mexican law,
which charges him with bringing' stolen
property into the republic, may lead to
his evtradition and trial in the United
States on the charge of robbery.
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Ait uosr doctor if dcoholic stimulants are not
I often eery disastrous when given to neroous
people. He torn tell you why. &rtQr:
sing Celeste -Aida" in the
The New York Tribune
"Mr. Slezak dominsted every
scene, anH his clarion voice rang
out superbly in the climaxes. He
sang the Celeste Aida with effect
iveness, 'and the Nile scene with
fire and passion, yet always with
regard for phrase."
These comments represent the consensus of opinion
of all who heard Slezak at the Metropolitan in the role of
Rhadames. Could you ask for better evidence of the fact that
Slezak is the greatest lyric tenor since the days of Tamagno?
He sings the "Celeste Aida" and the great arias from
Verdi's "Otcllo" exclusively for the Edison Phonograph.
The Slezak Records are Edison Grand Opera Amberols
playing longer than any other Records made.
The AMBEROLA, the newest and
highest type of Edison Phonograph
combines the rich, tonal beauty of the Edison Phonograph with a
cabinet that is a masterpiece of craftmanship. It is charmingly
designed and finished and comes in either Mahogany or Oak to
hannoniie with surroundings in any home. It plays both Standard
and Araberol Records. IthasdrawersforholdingloORecords. The
price is $200. Other types of Edison Phonographs, $12.50 to $1 25.
See and hear the .Amberola at your dealer's and be sure to
hear Slezak sing "Celeste Aida."
Edison Grand Opera Records 75c and $1.00
Edison Standard Records 35c
Edison Amberol Records (play twice as long) 50c
National Phonograph Company, 75 Lakeside Avenue, Orange, N. J.
W. 0. WALZ COMPANY
PIONEER MUSIC HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1881
SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS
Edison Phonographs and Records
Victor Talking Machines and Records
Gois Sold o Easy Payments. Catalogs and Price Lists Furnished on Application
Traffic Ordinance Passed by Council Automobile Own
er Suggests That Drivers Be Licensed C. C-. Titus
Wants Members of Police Force to Use the
Y. M. G. A. Gymnasium.
With the provision that physicians on
emergency calls may speed their auto
mobiles faster than the limit fixed for
other machines, provided they carry an
insignia indicating that they are physi
cians, the traffic ordinance regulating
conditions in El Riso was passed this
t morning by the city council.
Today was set as the date for the
opening of bids for the construction of
the sewer disposal and garbage inciner
r.inrr nlants and at 12 ociock the council
met for the purpose of opening the bids, j
Two bids for the construction 01 tne
incinerating plant were presented, but
none for the sewer disposal buildings, so
the council adjourned until 2 ociock.
During the meeting this morning C. G.
T-itus of the Y. 3,L C- A. presented a
proposition granting all policemen niem
rship in the organization and the right J
use the gymnasium thereof, but this
was referred to the nolice commission
Alderman Blumenthal recommended
that the city assessor and collector be
authorized to collect $25 penalty from
James X. Bradt for failure to render his
property for taxation, but later with
drew the motion when it was stated
that he had simply failed and had not
I refused to make a report or his prop-
Both Mvrtle avenue, from Florence
! street to Ange street, and West Over-
land street, from Santa Fe street to Da- i
vis street, -were oraerea pavea ana pru
. . , " J 1 I
7 set as the date for the hearing of pro
tests. The City's Health.
The weekly report of city health
officer W. H. Anderson showed a total
of 32 deaths, 14 being Americans and
IS Mexicans. Nineteen births were re
ported, five being Americans and 14
Mexicans; 15 were females and four
males. The cases of contagious dis
eases existing were reported as whoop
ing, cough 45; diphtheria (three; small
pox four; measles 59; chickenpox one.
During the week 56 patients were
treated at the dispensary and 25 at their
homes. Inspections were made of 271
meat markets, 140 dairies, 28 slaughter
nouses, 17 fruit and vegetable stores,
four restaurants, 36 sl.eep, 136 cattle,
48 hogs, 64 calves. One hog, 19 pounds
of fruit and 31 pounds of meat were
The report of the sewer department
showed 25 manholes and flush tanks
had been examined, six y's put in, and
five manholes cleaned.
The February report of the city scav
enger department showed collections
amounting to $1040.05.
Building Inspector Haggart reported
154 permits issued during February and
$243 collected in fees.
To Inspect Dairy Cattle.'
Dr. Frank Thatcher and Dr. R. A.
Higgins were appointed cattle inspect
ors to determine any existence of tuber
culosis in dairy cows, upon the recom
mendation of -the board of health. Resi
dents of Bassett addition having asked
that streets there be repaired, alderman
Robinson said the streets should be
graded. Mayor Sweeney said this would
be done as soon as it could be arranged.
J. S. Ackner, owner of lots 30, 31, and
32, block 32, Franklin Heights addi
tion, asked a reduction of $900 to
$3850. Alderman Clayton recommended
that it be reduced from $4750 to $4450.
J. "V. Bronson, owner of lots 9 and 10.
block 81, Franklin Heights, stated that
while his house is only of four rooms
he had been assessed for five. Alder-
Your nerves must be fed with pure,
rich blood, or there will be trouble.
Poorly fed nerves are weak nerves;
and weak nerves mean nervousness,
neuralgia, headaches, debility. "Weak
nerves need good food, fresh air, and
Avers non-alcoholic Sarsapanlla.
The New York American
" It is but a trifling with words, of
course, to say that he was the great
estBhadames that ever appeared on
the American Stage. The house was
crowded and the standees out in
force; yet it was Slezak, not Caruso,
who sang the principal tenor role. ' '
man Clayton recommended that the
valuation be $2000 instead of $2500.
J. B. Ellis of 220 South Kansas street,
has his assessment reduced to $2700
James X. Bradt, owner of Arizona
street property, requested that the val
uation of his property be reduced.
Alderman Clayton said he had not ren
dered his property and the reduction
To Enforce Penalties.
Alderman Blumenthai recommended
that the city assesor be authorized to
collect the $25 penalty for failure to
render tho property.
City attorney Coldwell reported that
this ordinance was passed three years
Clayton said he believed it would be
sufficient to notify all taxpayers
through the press that in future this
Penalty will be
withdrew his recom-
iiic.iuo.uun ana xnat oi uiayton was
Felix Martinez petitioned for several
reductions in Campbell and Franklin
Heights and "Woodlawn additions.
Alderman Clayton recommended that
taxes on lots 15 and 16, block 229 Camp
bell addition be reduced from $3960 to
i $2960, and that the Woodlawn property
be reduced from $425 (to $225. That the
map of Woodlawn addition be reduced
25 percent on the ground that the best
lQts have been picked out; that all other
CCOPPTrti'n r3 .3 FTT
"'""mu stmu xi, assKsseu. ms
recommendation was approved.
More Street Paving.
The first estimate of paving on South
Oregon street showed $14,430.y2 due.
and the clerk was authorized to draw
a warrant to cover the same.
City engineer F. H. Todd reported the
probable cost of paving Myrtle avenue
from Florence to Ange streets at
$19,423.54. of which amount $4092.10 1s
to be paid by the city. $5475 by the
street railway and $9S56.44 by property
owners. The resolution ordering this
paving was passed, April 7 being fixed
as the day for the hearing of protests.
The Improvement of West Overland
street from Santa Fe street to Davis
street he estimated would cost $15,396.64
of which the city must pay $5110.13, the
street railway company $4075.35. and
property owners $6213.16. The date set
for the hearing of protests is April 7,
1910, the resolution ordering the paving
Electrical Workers Protest.
The Standard Electric company com
plained that the city electrician had
declined to accept the electrical work
done in the Toltec building although
he had visited the building several
times and did not object to the work
, until after 100 steel switch boxes had
oeen metalled. The matter was re- I
terred to the building committee, mayor I
biveeney remarking: If there have
been any violations In the past there is
JL y y snoulu De asaln."
a ne uii-y engineer reported It would
be beneficial to change the names of
several strets In East El Paso and Bas
sott aditions, and the city attorney was
authorized to draw up an ordinance
Gym, for Police.
C. G. Titus, of the Y. M. C. A., said:
"I have Investigated the work of the
police department and believe you de
sire to increase the efficiency. T It has
been greaitly Improved but throughout
the country there is a desire to give
policemen more rest. You now work
Bis bee. Ariz., March 3. The city
council has passed ordinances abolishing-
the dance halls and closing' the sa
loons in the reservation and also order
ing the saloons of other places in Bis
bee to be closed between midnight and
6 ociock in the morning.
A financial report will be published
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL, USE.
One of the most valuable qualities of Mother's Friend is
that it safe-guards the future health of the mother. It is a
liniment to "be applied externally to the fcody, the use of
which lubricates the muscles and tendons, softens the glands
and ducts, prevents lumps forming in the breasts, and relieves the pain, nervous
ness, nausea, and other troubles from which so many exnectant mothers suffer
When Mother's Priend is used regularly it fits and prepares the system for an
easy and natural consummation of the term. Women who massage with this
great liniment are always saved much suffering when baby comes, and recover
more quickly, and without ill effects. Mother's Priend is sold at drug stores.
Write for our free book for expectant mothers.
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On Sale March 1st to April 15th.
NUMEROUS STOP-OVERS ALLOWED.
Three Daily Trains on which tickets are honored.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL.
w. c. Mccormick, p. a.; j. e. monroe, c. t. a.
them 12 hours per day, those working
nights often have to appear in court at
4:30 arid cannot go home to supper. It
is difficult to stand on a corner 12 hours
and moat cities work their policemen
eight hours in each 24 hours and I
would ask that they be changed to
three shifts a day in 24 hours.
"The most men are needed from 4 to
11 ociock in the evening. It might re
quire a third sergeant and perhaps
another patrolman or two.
"Policemen should have physical as
well as mental exercise and the Y. M.
C. A. makes a proposition to the city
by preparing a blank membership.
"I would like to know if there is one
of your men wno Knows anytnmg oi t Caims. Eczema sufferers must recog
'first aid to the injured. The police njze that we certainly would not
force is like the rest of the community, I make such claims, if within a few
"Seoul, Korea, has appropriated $5000
a year, Mexico has just paid $60,000,
Mexican, for the Y. M. C. A. building.
The day of the gun Is passing even
among police officers.
"Judge Eylar attends the gymnasium
three times a week.
For $500 a year at $10 per year per
man we will give the policemen gym
Mayor Sweeney said: "I would ask
you to piesent this matter to the po
lice commission and its recommenda
tions uie usually adopted."
3Iay License Auto Drivers."
The traffic ordinance was rTr.ced on
it? second reading and passed vitli the
proviso that physicians carry an insig
nia to show that they are on profes
G. M. Miller, who opyra'es a public
automobile, speaking in regrnd to t'-e
clause pertaining to the IS yer age
limit said: "Other cities have a law re
quiring all drivers to be licensed, and
wo should have one here."
Mayor Sweeney said: "Will you get
together with a committee of automo
bile men and make suggestions as to
any clauses you wish inserted. I think
your proposal a good idea."
Extend Intcrurbun Franchise.
Alderman Clayton presented a reso
lution granting the El Paso-Fort Han
cock Railway company an extension of
the franchise for one year, and it was
The resolution provides that the fran
chise shall be forfeited provided the
company does not construct five miles
of road within six months.
Mayor Sweeney remarked: "There is
no prospect of immediate construction
of the road, but the resolution simpls
provider that if capital should come in
then the corporation will not lose its
right to build.
The owners of Providence hospital
asked that last year's assessment on a
valuation of $7000 be held the same
and this was done.
W. G. Jolly et als presented a peti
tion for the construction of a sewer on
Detroit street, 250 feet north from Cot
ton aveuue, which was referred to the
Dolores J. Duran petitioned for ih
reduction of taxes on lot 21, block H.
j East El Paso, from $15.20 to $8.10.
which was referred to the taxation
m. Meivin and others conducting bus-!
inesa on North Stanton and Texas , Iqqj, 0n9( fnv fpo-,. n-p f,lv
streets complained of .the use of the j IUU1JC) CiUbtJU 1U1 led! OI 1U1
corner as a stand for express wagons ther mob violence.
ana requestea ineir removal.
Thirty-seven drivers of express anil
baggage wagons presented a petition
in which they represented the tax of $1
per month worked a hardship on them
thj, v.-as presented to the taxation com
j. v. Stanford's petition
J. W. Snnford's petition requesting
permission to build a barbecue pit at
the corner of Second and Campbell
streets was referred to the fire and
HuyK Fire Horses.
Mayor Sweeney reported che purchase
of a team of fire horses for the High
land Park station at a dost of $500. Thu
council adjourned at 11:15 until lr
ociock, when the bids for the construc
tion of the garbage and sewer disposa
planti were opened.
bv the secretary of the local charity I
committee of the beard of trade after '
March 3. During- the past two months
123 cases have been taken up and sat
isfactorily treated by the committee.
Peter Peters, a miner. 55 years old.
died in South BIsbee from asthma. He !
leaves a Tvife.
ONE WAY SECOND CLASS
COLONIST FARES TO
EGZErM TWENTY YEARS
CURED BY AN OIL
Xo matter if you have suffered for
20 days or 20 years, we as druggists.
know that your itch can be cured In j
one day, and that sooner or later I
perhaps very soon your skin will be !
as clean and pure as ever.
Wash your skin with a simple com
pound, the mild, soothing oil of win
tergreen, thymol, glycerine compound
known as D. D. D. Prescription. ,
The first day, the first night of
restful sleep will prove to you that
i we make no ioollsn exaggerated
minutes after trying the remedy you i
I could .pro.Ve us wrong: we KNOW
the itch is allayed at once.
While we have always sold D. D. ,
D. Prescription at $1.00 a bottle, we
do feel that everybods ought to be t
convinced at once. So we have ar- j
rangea witn tne u. u. u. i.aDoraiories
ol mcago lor a special oner iui
the present a trial size bottle at
oIy 25 cents (for those who have
never tried the remedy).
Kelly & Pollard Sheldon Hotel.
attacked and ciiminally as
saulted Ethel, the 3yearold
daughter of J. E. Bueven,
and was taken to Sherman
for safe keeping, following
When he was returned
here this morning for trial
the mob came for him.
Following the hanging of
Brooks the mob marched to
ward the jail. It is believed
it intended to lynch Burrell
Oates, another negro who is
charged with themurder of
To protect Oates from the
mob, mayor Hay shortly
after 12, noon, ordered out
two companies of the local
militia and ordered all sa-
When the mob learned
positively that the negroes
wanted had been spirited
away, it immediately dis
persed and the city became
quiet, but first the jail was
assaulted and an attempt
was made to dynamite it.
Men Charged With Taking
Goods Into Mexico Are
Convictions of six men, charged "w-irn
burglaries in El Paso, have been reached
by the Juarez district court. Under The !
' Mexican law the men were charged with
j uiiiijjuig M.uieii propeny mi-o Jiexico, ana
also each has been given a fine as well
as a term in the Chihuahua prison. This
fine, if not paid at once, must be worked
vut ab, "e. i51"" ""tuxion, ana ine
amoiint levied on each prisoner will be
empioyea to cover tne losses ot the sui-
iexers on xnis siae.
October 5, 1907, the Cannon store in
El Paso was burglarized and a quantity
of merchandise stolen. As a result To
mas Xavarro will serve tVhree vears and
six months; Jose Albara Flores one year
and three months, and Cuillermo Garcia
four vears and two month??.
Hgafieto Garcia must serve five vears,
five months and pay $14; Pedro Bfiseno
four vears and pay $13.53; Amasasio
Garnaboa was sentenced to five months
and the payment of $11.25, but as he
already had served that time he was re
leased from the Juarez jail.
GIVE AWAY FORTUNE
Son Quits All Business to
Manage the Philanthro-
New York, March 3. John D. Rocke
feller jr., will probably become the ac
tive head of the new "Rockefeller Foun
dation" and devote his entire time to
the philanthropic work undertaken bv
To this end j-oung Rockefeller re
signed from the Standard Oil directorate
Januarv 11 and tins week severed his
connection with the United States Steel
Railroad Conupanv Declares
It WiU Force It Under
Baltimore, Md., ifcirch 3. The Balti
more and Ohio trainmen today unanim
ously rejected the company's proposition
to submit their differences to arbitra
tion, and the trainmen's general com
mittee will decide later in the day
whether a strike will be called. Tho com
pany announced that it would Invoke
arbitration under the Erdman act.
TorniSTS ARnivE from
3IEX1CO IX PRIVATE CARS
Two private cars, attached to No. 7
on the National Railways of Mexico,
arrived in the union station yards this
morning They are the Southern
Pacific car, "Mishawoka," carrying the
Crocker party, and a Tonopah & Gold
field line car carrying the Bettis party
from Salt Lake. Both parties leave this
afternoon for California.
The private car of D. E. Bncher, di
vision superintendent of the National
line, carrying Mr. Bucher, was also at
tached to No. 7 this ir" oj1
nioe hangs mm
TO ELKS' ARGH
(Continued from Page One.)
Buy a SUIT For
Friday or Saturday
JUST three special lots are offered in this
two days' sale of Boys' Suits, but these
three lots show values such as can be found
only in this store.
New, fresh, stylish suits, the kind that
makes the mother proud of her boy.
The "Indestructible" Suit
Made of novehy worsteds in light and medium
colors, and strongly made for the "rough, on
clothes" boy. The knickerbocker trousers
are double-seated with taped seams throughout. So -well made is
this suit that with each one "we give a written guarantee which
says "A new suit free if any seam gives away." Suits of this
quality are usually sold for $6.50; v Friday and f QC
Boys' 2-Pant Suits
Two pair3 of knickerbocker trousers come
with these suits. The coats are in nobby
double breasted styles, made of hard finish
worsteds or cassimeres, in styles for dress
or school. These are the "Popular Special"
brand, and fully worth $4.50. ?0 Qff
Fridaj' and Saturday pda U O
Little Boys' Wash Suits
Buster Brown styles for the little fellows of
2 to 6 years ; blouse styles for boys of 4 to
10 years. In solid color or fancy striped
and checked gingham, madras, percale and
galatea, neatly made and trimmed. Values
up to $1.50, specially priced Fri- QQ
day and Saturday 20 C
Our Boys' Department has in it everything
you need in the way of boys' wearables
new Spring Hats and Caps, new Blouses,
new Xeckwear, Spring and Summer Weight
Underwear, Separate Trousers all at prices
that are extremely moderate-
ManYr's Samples Men's Sox
(Men's Department, First Aisle)
Two special lots of men's fancy sox, sample
lines from one of the largest manufacturers in
the country, will be offered at low prices !Fri
day and Saturday.
One lot of regular 50c qualities in spring weight fancies,
all colors and ,sizes,
35c. a Pair or 3 Pairs $1.00 -
One lot of regular 25c qualities, a great variety of col
ors and designs, all sizes,
1 19c a Pair
HT LIOK K
UDY WBiTES TH&NXS
For the Great Benefit That
Cardui. the Woman's
Tonic, Was to Her
Paint Lick, Ky. "I suffered so much
from womanly trouble,-" writes Mrs.
Mary Freeman, of Paint Lick, Ky., "be
fore I commenced to take Cardui.
"I was so weak from it, that I was
down on my back nearly all the time.
"I have taken three bottles of Cardui
and it has done me more good than any
medicine I ever took in my life.
"I can't possibly praise it too highly.
It has done so much for me and I will
do all I can to help you for I think it is
the only medicine on earth that will
cure female troubles."
Tou need not be afraid to try Cardui,
for In doing so you are making no new
experiment in drug dosing or in tablets
of concentrated mineral ingredients.
Cardui as a medicine.
as a tonic for
weak, tired, worn-out women, is time-
tested, safe, reliable. It has helped
others and should certainly help you.
Composed of gentle-acting, herb In
gredients, Its action is mild and natural
and it has no bad after-effects, as have
many of the powerful drugs, sometimes
N. B. Write to: Ladies Advisory i
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn.,-for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
Not anv Milk Trust
The Original and Ginulnt
Tht Food-drink for Ail k$.
At restaurants, hotels and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute, i
Take no substitute. AskforHORLICK'S.
Others are imitations.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
I. W. Escxeabt. E .M.. Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays em4
Chemical Analysis. Mints Examine
and Reported Upan. Bullion Work m.
, Office and Laboratory:
EL PA?0 TEXAS.
Castom Assay Office
Successors t Heskes A Crltehstt.
Assayers. Chnalt, 3ftallurit.
Asrsnts tar Or Shippers.
522 San Francises St. Pfeaas 334.
BAGGAGE & TRANSFER
PHONF, BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
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BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 1966
109 MAIN ST.
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Vlll la Red and Cold xnetaUlcS
boxes, sealed trfla BJca Rlbbos.
- o no oiflw. xiajr r year v
VLSTMOXY BRAND P UAA. r3
jre knows as Best. Safest. Ahnrs Reiithli
Dr. G-. E. CAMEEOtf
Full Set Teeth (best teeth) $10.00
Reliable dentistry at reasonable
Office over Guarantee Shoe Store
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