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Saturday, March 5, 1910.
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"gS- This is an exclusive feature of Regal Shoes, to which 0
K we wan.1 to C3 ke attention of everybody in this town.
I HBH In addition to the usual half and full sizes, Regals come in 1
I A ,tie one-quarter and three-quarter sizes in between.
-p'w 's ?ves yu J112 double the number of .pJN 1
vSio fittings found in other shoes, and means all the j i
1 yREGAL difference between a near-fit and an exact fit. jd?W n
Are Made In Sg $30 $400
Quarter-Sizes IClC4 ' $500
I Our Latest P Models In 1
afford you exclusive custom style as well as perfect custom fit S
Our new Regal Oxfords are built on advance models designed by I
celebrated New York, London and Paris bootmakers for this season s !
wear. Come in and try them on. 1
Lerner Shoe Co. 2?it si j
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lew York Mining Engineer
Is Here; Has Been Buy
Tliou.'iandr. arc Besertlns: llie Old Voca
tions of Dressmaking:, Stenogra
phy and Housework for
Edward L. Dufourcq, of New York,
general manager ani consulting engi
neer of ?he "PeJraiiZini Gold and Si'vet
Mining company, who has been in the
fty several uuys purcbas' ig mining
machinery, left yesterday for Nev.-
York. He has just returned from an
inspection of "Jie properties for ;r.e
purpose of making a report to the di
rectors. The mines of this company
are in the famous Arispe district, state
of Sonora, Mexico, being west of Cum
pas and southeast of Arispe. J. Pedraz
zinlni, of Europe, is president and chief
owner of the company, and two direc
tors are residents of Sac Francisco,
and two of Europe. Tne holding com
pany is organized under the laws of
Arizona, and capitalized at ?1,000,000.
A small block of stock is held in El
Paso. The main office is in San ?ran
fcisco. "We have developed very large quan
tities of secbnd class or milling ore,"
said Mr. Dufourcq, "and theiefore have
determined to increase our milling ca
pacity by fpstalin.; a new 150 horse
power erg-ine and five mors stamps,
concentratois and settlers, and then we
expect to mill 50 percent more this
year than last year. We have ore re
serves on the dump already mined and
ready for the mil1 amounting to 3750
tons. Our milling capacity has hereto
fore been 22 tons a day, which will
now be increased tc 33 tons a day. We
have put up a fourmile overhead, or
cerlal tram, to haul timber and fuel
from our forests on the plateau,
feet above the mill. This makes a
xierald Free Coupon for Mrs. Knowles
Book ''Lesions by Mall Beauty
El Paso may get the Texas cattlemen's i for Fort Worth as the next convention
convention. A number of the men who cty.
interest ,n , assoc.aiton are - T?u "S.1" g'&J' S
ing from El Paso to Fort Worth to land ; Robertson, J. H. Nations, John W. Fish-
the convention for El Paso next year. er, Florence J. Hall and others are go
ing to Font Worth to attend the conven-
. Last year when the convention was
held in Fort Worth, El Paso made for
iiial application for the convention this"
year. Fort Worth had just completed a
large concrete coliseum and as a cour
tesy to the Fort Worth cattlemen, Bl
Paso waived her application and voted
tion which opaas on March 14. They will
leave here Saturday afternoon -with a
supply of facts and figures why El Paso
should have the next convention.
The announcement is expected from
Fort Worth before the convention closes
that El Paso has been selected.
STOCK OF FASSETT
& KELLY IS SOLD
Z. T. White, H. B. Stevens
and Felix Martinez Buy
Edgar Kcyser, trustee of the defunct
Fassett & Kelly hardware stock, has an
nounced that he will close up the busi
ness of the firm as soon as possible.
The Flock and fixtures, which invoiced
523,100. and were appraised at about
PILES mm hi HOME BY
MEW IBSSRPT108 BETHOO
If you suffer from breeding, itching,
blind or protruding piles, send me
your address, and I will tell you how i
to cure yourself at home by the new
absorption treatment; and will also
send some of this home treatment free
for trial, with references from your
own locality if requested. Immediate re
lief and permanent cure assured. Send
no money, but tell others of this of
fer. Write today to Mrs. M. Summers,
Box P Notre Dame. Ind.
$16,000. were bid in at the sale by Z.
T. White, representing himself, H. B.
Stevens and Felix Martinez, for $10,815.
Owing to the objection raised by a
few creditors that the stock should have
netted anore, referee Charles Xroornis re
fused to confirm the sale. A compro
mise has since been effected, Mr. White
offering $11.S15 for the stock and fix
tures. On this basis, Mr. Keyser has
stated he will close up the affairs of
the defunct firm.
BAD CONCERTS TO BE
GIVEN AFTER APRIL X
Numerous inquiries have been made
during the past few days concerning the
municipal band concerts. Con-certs will
probably be given again this year in
Cleveland square after April 1, and pro
fessor Kindig will probably be engaged
to direct the band.
starting from a chimney did
slight damage to the roof of an adobe
residence on Second street, between Ore
gon and El Paso streets, at 1:15 this
afternoon. The blaze was extinguished
before the central station firemen arrived.
ing in hauling of 4 a cord, or over
?30,000 a year. We are constant ship
pers of high grade ore and concen
trates to the smeller at El Paso. How
ever, we don't ship any ore running
less than 200 ounces silver. Ore of less
value we mill ourselves and send the
bullion to the San Francisco mint- The
bulk of our product is shipped across
the mountains to Nacozari, about SO
miles, on mule back. When the Naco
zari railroad is completed south to
Ciimpas, the haul will be only 20 miles.
We used to haul to Arispe and thence
by wagon road to Cananea.
"We expect not only to keep up our
record of production to at least 500,000
ounces of silver and 5000 ounces gold
per annum, but to increase it when
the milling capacity is enlarged. With
one exception, the Pedrazzini mine was
the only property in Sonora that con
tinued its steady undiminished divi
dends during the recent financial de
pression, and paid 33 percent on Its
capitalization of $1,000,000 for the past
three years, owing largely to the gold
contents of the ore.
The ore is gold and silver, and oc
curs in fissure veins cutting through
the laminated flows of rhyolites and
tuffs. The development consists of
three shafts to a depth of 800 feet, and
a tunnel 600 teet long for ventilation.
"In addition to this work we have
made extensive developments on our
lead and silver mines, 14 miles south
of Pedrazzini, which will b"fr- of great
importance to our future output.
"I have been in mining for 17 years,
in various countries, such as South
America, Canada, the United States and
Mexico, and I say, without hesitation,
that the Mexican government and laws
are more liberal and satisfactory to
foreigners than any other. I make four
trips a year as consulting engineer, vis
iting mines in Co-lbrado. California and
Mexico, returning by El Paso, which
by the way, is on the great highway to
the minjs, and when the new railroad t
under construction reach us, this cltj
will receive an enormous trade in min
Abby Beatrice Knowles, the woman '
who has been instrumental in estab- I
lishing thousands of women and girls i
in the profession of Beautv Culture I
throughout the United States, Canada '
and Great Britain, has recently ar- i
ranged for the free distribution of lit- '
erature. designed especially for women '
and girls who would take up Beauty j
Culture as a profession.
Included- with the free literature
which Is now being sent to all appli
cants is a beautifully Illustrated book,
containing nearly 100 lifelike illustra-
tions and photographic reproductions i
showing the wonderful opportunities
for the Manicurist, the Hair Dresser
and the Masseuse: It describes a won- !
aenuiij' simple ana practical way to
learn to become an expert in the vari
ous branches of Beauty Culture and
shows how a Beauty Parlor can be
started at home at very little expense,
or how a visiting practice (calling at
the homes of select" patrons) can be
Mrs. Knowles declares that there is
not another profession for women that
offers the opportunities for travel, see
inf the world, for making money, for
placing women and girls on an inde
pendent basis and in roffned and pleas
ant surroundings as does the profession
of Beauty Culture.
During a recent tour of the United
States and Canada she Interviewed
many women and girls who held posi
tions as clerks, stenographers, dress
makers and domestic servants, as well
as many unemployed; and the intelli
gence, ambition and desire for ad
vancement shown by these women
clearly proved their fitness for this new
dignified and profitable profession.
Arrangements have been made to
send the literature and book to all
women and girl readers of The Herald,
and Mrs TCnnivlAs romionto v.- ..
3200 J fathers, mothers and brothers cf "young
sav- j ladies assist In drawing attention to
$12-114 South Oregon St
Offers speelal values for Saturday nigh!
One special lot of 12 l-2c white
mercerized Waisiing fl A
One special lot of 12 l-2c colored
Percales, on sale A
for i v C
One lot of 36-inch all
linen, 35c value, for . .
2 1-2 3-ards wide Linen Sheeting,
suitable for skirts or 'T'Q
suits; Monday OC
One special lot of 25c mercerized
One good lot of regular
10c Percales for
One special lot of white india
linen, 25c quality; Q 5 '
on sale at I v
One special lot of 36-inch 25c val
ue, in colors, blues, pink, green,
navy and- mulberry Cb
One special lot of double fold Hnen
15c quality colors, blue, cadet,
pink, lavender and white; s
Monday a4 . . .
One speelal value of 40-indh white
lawn, 121-2c value 1 A
One special 42-inch white batiste,
20c value; on sale Z
Monday at IOC
tOne special lot of 10c dress ging
ham, 10 vards limit, Q
on sale v
One special of 27-inch 50c Jap Silk
blue, black, white and A
pink for wC
$2.50 long crinkle crepe kimono
satin trimmed (fr f G Q
One special lot of long silk ki
monos, Jap pattern fi?0 AO
this announcement. Only 50,000 copies
vl me book nave Deen printed. Those
who wish a copy should cut out the
coupon below at cpco and ma.il it tn
Abby Beatrice Knowles, 2236 Eisrhth
Avenue, New York.
For Mrs. KnovrIcs' Book
!01ls h3r Ma" Beautr Culture-
, This coupon is good for free liter
ature and one copy tff Mrs. Knowles's
Book if mailed at Wee to the ad
dress given above.
$2.00 genuine Heacherbloara Petticoats (
$2.50 Embroidered Heatherbloom Petticoats (
1 special lot of Embroidered Black Petticoats
$5.00 heavy quality black and colored Silk I0 QP
Petticoats "for . . . -. P5 O
$3.00 Embroidered Heatherbloom and Hyde- 2?0 IC
grade Skirts for PfarrO
53.50 double flounce Embroidered Heather- Q &EL
bloom Petticoat for VvO
Costume of Linen and Lace
J Herald COUPON NO. 35 B. j
, S; ?SIs: 3L D- Jonnson. Chicago;
A . Fitzslmons. Chicago; TV. O. Tem
ple, Benver. Colo.: Hercnan F. Sehmitt.
San Antomo. Tex.; J. F. Hagan. Clifton,
a ri; F2ko Kogel. Chihuahua, Mex.;
-ft. tri. Hayn, Albuquerque, X. M.; Mrs .
H. Sayers, San Francisco. Cal-H V
Dougherty, Socorro, X. iL- Lucy V
Lewis, Mesllla Park. X. M.;' H. J. Van
Houcen and wife, Xew York; J. J. Mur
v', Osrande. X. M.; Sig. Lnuter. Xew
if ; Parkaia". Los Angeles. Cal.;
; tss' Memphis. Tenn.; R. Dilck,
Milwaukee, Wis.; John M. Fenn. Hous
ton. Tex.; A. T. PcupIT St t.wc t .
C. S. Sherman and wife.' Appleton,' Wis." j
v,. jrui. Aianon. ind.; M. L. Sevazes,
Marion, Ind Paul Lincoln. C-campo
Mexico; J. W. Bott. Xew Orlnc t -
nc "Wa-t- t.i-. . - - -- t
H. M. rn7w
v. -v- i ," xuih.; .u. u. nencJi,
Jew York; Mrs. H. H. Harrison and sou
Mexico City; D. S Iforrk ,-.- A
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"A Physical Wreck in
Bed, Back on the Job in
Three Days, after Tak
ing Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey, Which Re
stored My Health and
Enabled Me to Sleep."
Mr. Jamas Byrne writes as follows:
"I want to tell you of the benefit I
have derived from the use of Duffy's
Pure Malt "Whiskey. I am a hotel
clerk 32 years of age and for four
years hae been at night work. Eat
ing irregularly and trying to sleep in
the daytime had made me a very
weak man physically, and as thin as
tiie prcvirbial whip. I was finally
compelled to take to led. T cfni.tn',i
to use your Pure Malt Whiskey and
in 6 days l was 'back on my job.
"Be sure and say to ovptv night worker that it is a Godsend. Tell them
I am sleeping fine, eating with a real appetite and am regaining my lost flesh
v.hich i; the hardest thing for a night worker to do. I thank vou again and'
J again for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey." James Byrne, 129 S. Illinois St., In-
j dianapolis, Ind.
Xo medicine has stood the test of 50 years like Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskev
and always been found absolutely pure and full of good medicinal virtue. Men
j and women in all walks of life join an singing its praises as the true elixir of life
; which invigorates bodv. brain and nerve-
kl Work Guaranteed
406 San Antonio Street
If you wish to keep young, strong and
vigorous, and have on your cheeks the
g'ow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure
j Malt AYhiskey regularly, according to
j directions. It" tones and strengthens the
j heart action and purifies the entire sys
j tern. It is recognized as a family medi
J cine even-where.
CATJTJOKv-When you ask your drug
gist, grocer or dealer for Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey be sure you get the gen--ne.
.It is an absolutely pure medicinal
malt whiskey and is sold IN SEALED
BOTTLES ONLY never in bulk. look
for the trade-mark the "Old Chemist," on
the label, and make sure the seal over
the ccrk is unbroken. Price $1.00 a large
bottle. Write Medical Department, The
Duffy Halt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N.
Y., for a free illustrated medical booklet
containing testimonials and rare common
sense rules for health and free advice.
cmuiren, Pasadena. Cal.; Dr Boddin--ton
and wife, Mexico.
Sheldon: T. A. 2ic vicar, ew York;
C. L. Key burner. Xew York; G. C.
Eurele and family. Clifton. Ariz.; George
W. Carle-, Atlanta, Ga.; L. R. Je3supf
Blooxnlng-cale. Ind.; Gn. Camillo v Sra
Mexico; W. A. Firye, Dragoon, Ariz.; F.
ii. Langdon. Denver, Colo.- C "U TVH-
rwniHol,y0e' iIas; Cotton 'Mather.
?? r-: Thonifls J- -Monroe and
Ife, fcolt Lake. Utah; A. G. Steelley.
Carlsbad. N. M.: H. Villianus Fori
TVorth Tex.; Isaac Rlckerson. Clifton,
nriZ" P".tS- Harvey. Clifton. Ariz.; S.
C. Dunn, New York; E. Roder7erez ler
mosillo; R. Gonzales. Heranosillo;' John
B. Barney. Xew York! .T F nn,.,i c
I Louis, Ray IVIcPherrin. Sf. .wt,- w t"
C-,1! Ki ' "-" -' -! I
Vftv i J- Phillip. Albuquerque.
-. -u.. v .Man Atlanta; Miss Roberts,
Toronto Canada; V.'illiam E. Denton San
Dieg-o; B. Westlake. Los Angles; 'carl
Jiaas. Los Angeles: J. H. Goldn-r Chi
cago , AS White, Gran Rapids Rapids.
Mich.; B. J. Waller. Houston. Tex- J
. Hulss. Los Angeles. Cal.; A. E. Be'rrv
wife Louisville. Kj- ; R. Dilck. Miler- E
Lee Hagdon. jr.; Birmingham. Ala.-' p"
W. Conger. ChU-ago. III.; paui Lincoln
Ocampo. Mexico: J. R. jCRes
Colo.; D. T. Jones. Philadelphia.
Orndorff: M. E. Radcliff. Xew York;
F. L. Carson. Chicago. m - j tJ
Weatherford and wife, Flagstaff Ariz "
Bruce Barnett, Kansas Chy Mo"- C C
Gomez. San Antonio, Texas; John A
Duncan. St. Joseph. Mo.; D. C. Kirknat
rlck. Globe. Ariz.; M. L. Fox. JohhnSn
City. Tenn.; E. J. Rced and wl?e, Xow
Orleans. La .: D. s Arn.,.; ...,,.' .
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v,.. Luuisiiiip, jvy.; trs. F A niich
S!T ?UZ' w- iL: E- Van ttenBNov;
lork; J. T. Witcher. Griffev Colo av
E. Witcher, High Parle. Colo Jamls
Barclay. Lordsburg. N. M.; Carroll All
ien. Loa Angeles. Cal.: J. R. t0- t:
ver , Colo ; R. h. Doyle, Xew York;'E. H
Leyrta. Xew York; J. R. Conv.Vv ,
wire. Minneapolis. Minn.; Park L. Cork
niff and wife, Jefferson, la.
Angelus-: Harlan H. Bradt DtrnTr
Mich.; R. J Sliter. TucsSlYw
. Geraty, Tucson, Ariz.; R. M Crow
and wife. Duncan. Ariz.; CordeHa Ra
dant; Tallmadge Kilner and wlf" dS
?r: I' 5?55osh and wife,
111 r- T XV- w,,aras. Chicago,!
-III.. C. A. Dell. OntlnnJ r.i . - . '
Hunsiker. Cambray. X. M.; C. A. Kain "
Tonuco. Texas; O. M. Lee and wire and
Sm ST0 -aRCh- N" M- GwW W
bm.th. Cincinnati, Ohio; R. Dick, Mil
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GIEL ACCUSED OF
Bonham, Texas; March 5. Following
the arrest yesterday of Miss Annie la
bors, of Dallas, charged with setting:
fire to the Carlton College, here, caus
ing a loss of $18,000, it developed today
that the blaze originated dn a closet
where a match was applied to a. lot of
music books and papers.
It is alleged in the complaint that
Miss Xabors, who is 15 years old, was
prompted by an alleged wrong.
HOUSE IS JEALOUS
OVER. SEXATE MEASURE.
Thinks the Bill to Benefit the Reclama
tion Service Should Have Orig
inated In That Bodx.
Washington, D. C, March 5. Tho ad
ministration conservation bill, prepared
originally by secretary Ballinger and
passed by the senate, providing that
the United States shall issue $30,000,000
in 3 percent bonds for the reclamation
of arid lands, has riled the jealousy
of the house. It is contended by mem
bers of the house that this is a revenue
producing measure, and that such legis
lation can originate only In the ways
and means committee of the house.
Representative Mondell, of Wyoming,
introduced practically the same bill in
the house about the same time it was
Introduced in the senate, and the bill
was referred to the ways and means
DEATHS AKD BUBIALS.
B. F. CAMPBELL.
B. F. Campbell, a veteran locomotive
engineer of Little Rock. Ark., died
Thursday night at 411 Missouri street".
He was the father of M. J. Campbell, of
this city. Te body was shipped to Lit
tle Rock, where interment will be made.
is not a trifling disease. With
the cough spasms, straining
of -the chest and stomach,
there is always a loss of
strength and flesh that or
dinary food cannot restore.
Soott s Emulsion
po$x,t zy .M!;S -nAjrxEi,!.; or the 3ia-,$ dcy
Lare medallions ot Irish lace flanked by simulated lonjr buttonholes and
crochet, buttons, trim the wide box plait which form the skirt of heaw white
linen. The close-fittinir. knec-Ipnuth polonaise of allover babv Irish, which is
bordered with heavy Irish, inset with embroidered filet motifs", has a collarless
low-cut front fasteiiinjr with large crochet buttons and looos: the bishrm 1ppvp:
heals the inflamed bronchial
tubes, relieves the cough and
nourishes the child.
It is the food-medicine par
excellence in this disease.
' ALL DRUGGISTS
Send 10c, wims of paper and tMs ad. foronr
beautiful SaYings Bask and Child's Sketch
Book. JEach baak contains a GoodLuefcPeaar.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St, N.Y. 9
eep, straight cuffs and the pointed guimpc is of -baby Irish. A hat of rose
trimmed witih rose net and flowers and a rose-figured white pongee sun- ! '"' Tri
si.ade complete tiie costume.
n ' ,- . t.:t -... 1T-V.fQ riol'c AT-
" .u., 1UI1 iac6cl iii.c v,7p ... .v..,
Charles Smith, Sonora, Mcs.
Hotel Normandic K. II. Carlton, Fort
Davis; B. "W. Allen. Marfa; Dr. Jas. A.
McNevrin. Mt. Pleasant. Tenn; John B.
Hayden. Lexington, fcy.: Mrs. Ada A.
Singleton. Corona, a. M.; A. .B. cross,
M. D., Cprona, N. M.; B. F. Carmeon,
The capitalization ' is Sl.000.00n. Thn.
j incorporators and directors are: Thorn
as A. Lister, James R. Phoenix and '
Kobert M. Reticle. Tho comoanv will
maintain offices at Lordsburg, Phoenix
and Los Angeles.
XEW MEXICO MIXING
Santr. Fe, N. M., March 5. Incorpora
tion papers were filed bj- the C. O. D.
Leasing company, which will engage in
mining near Lordsburg, Grant county.
NOT SO HERE.
From Globe (Ariz.) Silver Belt.
"The hope of the country lies in the
children," advises The El Paso Herald, j
Can it be true? Observation in some '
quarters had led us to believe that the ;
poodle dog would in a measure be held
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oSl- Cntrl: - H. Smith. Meno,
Okla.. T. A. Coulter. Meno. Okla.; M
ffrfrTS iSbee- Ariz-: Paul Brown.
Arl It ArTlZkl Wm- NlpPe- Safford.
Ariz H. L. welchb. Adineton. Okla.;
&. Jones, Piescott. Ariz.; E For
Jicarrllla. N. M.: J. A. Hall; W-akeenery
an.; D. Rolin an-1 wife, Gallup N M
Mrs. Cloyd, Amarillo, Texas. "
Zeiger: R. R. En and son. Latham,
Jvan.; John Degnan. PueDio. Colo.; 1
bert Penny. Las Gatos. Cal.; j. y. Can
non and wife. Van Horn. Texas; N v.
Parks, St. Louis. Mo.; Frank Kogel.
Chihuahua. Mex- Sum Ai.ii;ct t '
'.er, Colo.; John G. Warren, Engle, !N.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the months before baby comes,
are among tho greatest blessings a mother can bestow upon the little life about
to begin. Her happiness and physical comfort "will largely govern the proper
development of the health and nature of tho child. Mother's Friend contributes
much to the mother's happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it
affords. It is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
lubricate the muscles and tendons of tho body, soothe the swollen mammary
glands, cause a gradual expansion of tho skin and tissues, and aid in the relief
of nausea. The regular use of Mother's Friend greatly lessens the pain and
danger when baby comes, and assures a quick and natural recovery for the
mother. . Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, con
taining valuable information for expectant Mothers.
THE BmBFiEW , ATLANTA, GA
How re Ihssa
For Driving Bays ?
You cannot realize how much
satisfaction the wife, mother and
children get from driving these
beautiful day3 and everang3. If
you are too busy to enjov these
tmngsit will do you good j:o ha,ve
your family having sucbiuxurv.
You'll be surprised at the little
outlay required to purchase a good
stylish, substantial buggy and a
set of new harness. Ve would
like to show vou cur line.
J The Myers Co. '
"The Buggy People."
U 310 S. El Paso St. I.