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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, March. 5, 1910
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Next Week and here
Although we are disappointed in not being in the new store, we as
sure you there will be no disappointment on your part when you
come here to select that new spring suit. We have opened up, and
now have on display, the new spring things intended for the new
store. And right here we want to tell you that never before, and
nowhere else in El Paso, will as handsome a line offspring suits be
The Schloss Bros.
Prominent in the showing is the celebrated Schloss Bros. & Co.
clothing. All the fads and fancies of the season, as well as stand
ard styles, are shown in this line. If you hare never worn a
Schloss Bros, suit, wear one this season.
In audition to suits, a full line of Men's Furnishings is shown. 'In
fact, every item a man needs for his spring wardrobe can be se
lected here with unusual satisfaction.
The Texas Bitullthlc Paving- company
has a force of 50 men at work naving
North Oregon street between the G. H.
and Southwestern tracks. Btorm sew
ers are also being installed on either
sido of the street. William Johnson Is
in chargo of the work.
The job is a complicated one, the G.
H. having double tracks on Main street,
and this is also true of the Southwest
ern tracks. In addition, the street car
company has double tracks. The pav
ing ,1s necessarily put tfuwn in small
sections, and the work is constantly In
terrupted by passing trains and street
The rock base for the paving Is top
ped by gravel, and this i covered by
-the real paving mixture. The Avork
was commenced this week, and it is
stated by the contracting company that
it will be completed by Tuesday night.
Freight Business Shows 18
Percent Gain Over
The freight business of the G. H. &
S. A. in El Paso for February shows
a 12 percent increase over January,
1S10, and an 18 percent increase over
February, 1909, according to the month
ly statement, completed this morning.
The increase of business Is due to the
heavy Import and export of merchan
dise. it is stated that imported merchan
dise totals 45 cars more than during
February of last year, and that export
shipments iun about 60 cars greater
than for the corresponding period of
last) year. The freight 'business for
March also shows an increase over last
ow rnces on
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and Dress Shoes
OPEMNG OF "HPP1" HOIR" THE
ATE. The big amusement event, for which
EI Paso people have been eagerly wan
ing, and which promises to become the
most popular amusement house in the
city, will be opened on next Monday
night at 7:30 p. ni. with a strong bin,
including George and Georgette in an
A few reliable agents who will put
up "bond to hanale game fighting
cocks in Mexico. I breed the" best v
strains in U. S. Address,
ALF2EL F- GRAHAM
' uloiiltiie, Ga.
ilayne and Mayne in comedy singing
and dancing. Tueir wardrobe is elabor
ate and their ? 'lying and dancing Is
considered second to none.
Jaones Keane. of James O'Xeal fame, is
I the headline act at the "Happy Hour"
opening This act i; featured in the
.vaudeville world. The title of the sketch,
"Held for Ransom," tells the story of
Dick Smith, a young actor manager,
who is stranded with Itis company in
the City of Mexico, where he falls in
love with a beautiful Spanish senorita.
The situation produced on his rich New
York uncle causes his uncle to disap
prove of the marriage. Dick wires his
uncle that he has been captured by Mex
ican bandits and is being held for a ran
som of $5000. The situation that follows
shows the abilits of Mr. Keane to a
marked extent. In fact this bill gives Mr.
Keane opportunity for intense dramatic
versatility for which lie Is widely
The prices are 10. 20 and 30 cents.
Any patrons not satisfied withthe show
will bavo their money refunded. This
is a standing offer of tne management
of the 'Happy Hour" theater, which is
located on- South El Faso street, facing
San Antonio street qpening.
Joint Warehouse Clerk Be
comes Agent for Mex
H. H. Corbin, connected with the
joint freight warehouse m since March,
1902, and who has held the position
of revising clerk for the past thiee
years, ms been appointed local agent
for the Mexico Northwestern. He is'
succeeded by Miss Ethel Simpson, ho
has heretofore been account clerk. J
E Kardiker has been appointed to fill
the office made vacant by Miss Simn
The appointment of Mr. v'orbin. to,
the agency of the Northwestern is a
source of gratification to his many
friends in El Paso. During his asso
ciation with J. C. "Wallwork, joint agent
at the warehouse, ho has become well
acquainted with conditions, especially
export traff-c. and his appointment Js
due to his knowledge in tjiat respect.
CAFE CAR SE1U1CE IS
DISCOXTIVM'.i) ON CALIFORNIA?.
! Cafe service has been discontinued on
the Rock Island's California bound
train. No. C7, due in El Paso at 6:05
a. m., and on No. 2, tiie eastbound Ca'i
?"m.HP dim to lea at 1 !r: j in. Pas
sengers on No CT will hereafter eat
breakfast at the Harvey hou;e at the
union station, and eastbound passengers
on No. 2 will take dinner at ITarvej''s
in the evening. The order discontinu
ing the cafe car service became effec
tive this morning, as it has been de
cided that sufficient time is allowed
for passengers to secure meals in EI
7.IR. AND SIRS. JAMES KEANE.
original comedy skit, "Tr --og Fight."
This act lias amused thousands of the-ate-
goers all over the country and will
proie one of the best comedy sketches.
ever in El Paso.
Another strong act on the bill will be 1
TRAINS STOP AVHIL.E A
FL'EHAL PASSES ALONG.
That the passing throng in El Paso
has time to show a last mark of re
pect to the dead, was evidenced Thurs
day, several freight switching crews on
the S. "V., T. P. and G. H. roads stop
ping their trains long enough for the
funeral procession of John TVadling
ton to proceed uninterrupted to Ever
green cemetrj. The funeral cortege
was long, the decedent having many
friends m il Paso, but aions me lme
of pioeession it was accorded every
"A NIGHT IN BOHEMIA."
The Shriners will produce the big mu
sical comedy, "A Night in Bohemia," un
der the direction of Tommy Goetz. with
100 people in the cast. Friday and Sat
urday. March 31 and 12. Seats go on sale
Tuesday morning at 0 oclock at the
Crawford theater. Seats are 1.00.
"RIP VAN AYINKIE."'
The great AniTican play that Joseph
Jefferson made famous "Rip Van
"Winkle" y ill be the new play at the
Crawford, artmg with the matinee to
morrow and continuing the rest of the
week. This will be the latt week of
stock for the Crawford, as manager Rich
advises patrons to gex seats early, as
the demand will be big during the week.
Seats are now selling a week in advance.
The Queen Spanish restaurant has
moved to 207 E. Overland. Fine Span
ish dinner and Mexican dishes. Open
until 10 p. m.
Tou'Il 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.
ISSUE NETT FOLDER
The new folder of the National rail
ways of Mexico, is expected daily by A.
Dulohery, city passenger agent. It will
contain a map of the road, the absence of
iv. Inch is conspicuous in ihe folder which
is being distributed at present.
Condensed and extended time tables
will also be included in the new guide,
as well as considerable information rela
tive to Mexico a.nd territory tributary
to the National railways line.
EtiYS PRIVATE CAR
A new private car will pound the rails
of th Mexjco Northwestern, H. C. Fer
ris, general manager of the road, and
T. R. Ryan, traffic manager, being in
El Paso today to receive it. It is ex
pected to arrive from the east this aft
ernoon, and Messrs. Ferris and Rjnn
also expect to return in It to their Mex
ico offices. They spent a greater part
of the time today attending to business
affairs in Juarez.
STOCK SHIPMENTS FROM
MEXICO TO BE HEAVY.
Prepaartions are being made by the
National Railways of Mexico for ths
spring shipments to Fort "Worth and
Kansas City of cattle from Chihuahua
and other northern Mexico states. The
shipments this jear, according to ad
vance reports, promise to be heavy.
The shipments will begin moving aft
e rMarch 15.
I3GUBI.E PLATFORM SPACE.
The r--atform space at the Santa Fe
freight depot will be doubled upon the
completion of the work now in pro
gress. A number of carpenters have
Because if yon want the very latest styles, the highest class of tailoring Trith
the largest assortment of the most popular color, which is gray, and individual
ity with each suit, you will find it only here. During the past few days we have
received hundreds of the very latest suits and we would be pleased to have you
call and see these prettr new designs. It will do you good to see them whether
you purchase or not, and with Easter only two weeks off it is not too.eao.iy to se
lect your spring suit.
NEW HATS OF EVERY DESCEIPTIOK
A PRETTIER LINE OF SHIRTS NEVER SHOWN.
CRAVATS AND HOSE THAT YOU WILL ADMIRE.
ALL ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOR THE EASTER TRADE.
SOL I. BERG
206 SAN ANTONIO STREET
been employed on the job for the past
two tteeks. The additional platform
spxce lias become necessary as a result
of increasing business.
OVER 1200 TOURISTS
WERE HERE LAST MONTH.
It is estimated by railway officials
that 1200 tourists passed through El
Paso in February. The greater number
were bound for California, A large
number; of the colonists were passen
gers on Rock Island trains.
LABORERS FOR SANT FE.
Four carloads of Mexican laborers for
railroad work over the Santa Fe sys
tem were sent north this morning on
No. 816. They were furnished by the
Home Supply and the Kanian Supply
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
W. C. Francis, chief clerk in the pas
senger offices of the Southwestern,
leaves tonight for St. LouEs to attend a
summer tourists rate meeting.
?IEAVY PASSENGER TRAFFIC
No. 9 on the S. P. comprised two sec
tions again this morning. The heavy
traffic caused by California bound tour
ists Is responsible.
RATE FOR CATTLEMEN.
A special rate for th Panhandle
Livestock association meeting at Amar
illo, on April 15, has- been announced
by tho railways.
DOUGLAS TO BISBEE.
Walter Douglas, vice president of the
Southwestern, who has been in El Paso,
left yesterdaj for Bisbee.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
E. N. Leamaster, district superintend
ent for the Pullman Car company, left
last night for San Antonio.
W. P. Garside, traveling freight and
passenger agent for the Santa Fe,
leaves tonight for the north on a short
J. M. Jefferies, soliciting freight
agent for the S. P., and Mrs. Jefferies
and children, left last night ror Hous
ton on a short pleasure trip.
' Dr. F. P. Ainsworth, chief surgeon
of' the Southern Pacific, passed through
El Paso this morning on No. 9 in his
private car, en route from New Or
leana to San Francisco.
F. E. Myers, superintendent of the
Rio Giande division of the Santa Fe,
with headquarters In San Marclal, ar
rived from the north this morning in
his private car, and is spending the day
In El Paso on business.
MOTHER AND TWO
Detectives Recover Goods
Believed to Have Been
Detectives arrested, a mother and
two sous, from whose homes they re
covered goods believed by the police
to have been stolen from the Quien Sabe
grocery store, which was robbed Friday
night, and the Octavia street pharmacy,
which was burglarized over a week
The mother, Juana Contereras de Bar
ron, and her sons, Francisco and Teo
dore Barron were arrested at their nome
.on the alley between -ne-renth and
Eighth streets, just west of Kansas
street, where considerable groceries,
valued at over $100, were recovered.
In a house on Eighth stret, between
Kansas and Stanton streets, more gro
ceries and some perfumes and other toi
let articles were recovered.
The thr.ee people were docketed as
A driver for the Purity. Baking com
pany Informed officers Stevens and
Rodriguez Friday night that he had
seen some Mexicans pushing a hand
wagon in which they had considerable
goods. The officers then foHowed the
trail and located the places.
BRASSWORKER HAS ?CT
BEEN SEEN FOR WEEK.
William Rovfvoldi 3Iade Home at 111S
San Antonio Street Letter
Avtaits Him There.
One week ago this morning, Wm.
Roswoldl, a brassworker at the El Paso
foundry, left his room at 111S San
Antonio street, and has not been there
since, nor has he been at the foundry
since Friday last.
Mrs. "W. F. Hempel, at whose home
he roomed, said this morning that she
had not heard or seen anything of Ros
woldl, but there is a letter from San
Francisco waiting for ntm at her home.
The Thlel Detectiie Service Co.
Has opened officesin El Paso at 219
Canles Bids:., and is nreDared to handle
legitimate detective work for corpora-
tions. mine owners, firms and attorneys.
This service has branches in the prin
cipal cities in the U. S., Canada and
Mexico. They have both phones-
Fred "W. Bett, manager of the south
ern branch of the Mergenthaler Lino
type company, at New Orleans, and
New York sales department of the I
same company, aru in me uii luuaj.
I TIE CHILDREN ENJOY I
Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and
the enjoyment which they receive and the efforts which they make,
comes the greater part of that healthful development which is so
essential to their happiness when grown. Vhen a laxative is
needed, the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten
and strengthen the internal organs on whiclpit acts, should be such
as physicians would sanction, because its component parts are
known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from every
objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents,
well informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones
enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its bene
ficial effects, is Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna and for the
same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by the
fathers and mothers.
If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood,
strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines when
medicines are not needed, and when nature requires assistance in
the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and
gentle Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. As you value the
health of the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which
unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to increase their profits.
Please to remember, the full name of the Company California Fig
Syrup Co. is printed on the frnnfc nf everv Dackatre. To get its
beneficial effects it is necessary to purchase the
Buy a bottle today to have in the house when
up in one size only.
Regular price 50c
a bottle and for sale
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3IISS EUGENIA SEDDON IS
Miss Eugenia Seddon, who was seri
ously injured in an automobile accident
on the county road, "Wednesday after
noon, will probably recover soon. It was
reported this afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. DeGroff on Tejcas street, where
she was taken immediately after the ac
cident, that she had rested easily and
while she is suffering from a partial
paralysis of the left side of the face
she is doing well.
According to B. E. Major, 320 Hill
street, the weather during March of
this year takes precedence over the cor
responding period for 28 years, in the
number of clear days.
The Heal facts
About Mrs, fiocher
As Told by Herself, in a Let
ter Lately Beceived, Giv
ing Full Particulars About
Peavy, Ala. "I had been troubled a
little for about 7 years," writes Mrs.
Ludie Fmcher. of this place, '"but was
not taken down, until March, 1907,
when I went to bed and had to have the
"Ho did all he could for me, but I
got no beher. I hurt all over, even to
my arms, so badly I could not rest. I
had pains In my sides, back, bowels,
shoulders, and chest. I can't tell how I
"At last I began to take Cardui. and
I hadn't taken but half a bottle, until
I began to improve.
"I continued to take it. until I had
taken four bottles, and now I am In
very good health and able to do all my
You may wonder why this medicine is
so successful in curing sick ..women,
after other medicines have failed. The
answer is not far to seek.
Cardui is successful, because it is
composed of ingredients that act speci
fically on the womanly constitution. It
is not a cure-all. It is a medicine for
women and ojily for women.
Its success is due to its merit.
N. B. Write to: Ladies' Advisorv
Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co GcV
tanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for
Wonen," seat in plain wrapper, on re-oues;.