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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, March. 7, 1910,
A Statement of Facts Back
ed hy a Strong Guarantee.
We guarantee immediate and posi
tive relief to aH sufferers from con
stipation. In every case -where our
remedy fails to do this we will supply
it free. That's a frank statement off
facts, and we want you to substantiate
them at our risk.
xicAau uiuenies lire a senile, ;j.icvi-
tive, dependable and cafe bowel regu- '
lator, strenglhener and tonic, that are
eaten like candy. They reestablish na
ture's functions in a quiet, easy way.
They do not cause any inconvenience,
griping or nausea. They are so pleas-
ant to take, and work so easily, that ' Xoroh western, who 'have been in El Paso , Akron. U.; W. W. W. Sison, Binham
they may be taken by any one at ; ail(i juarez since Saturday morning at- i ton, X. Y.: B. C. Stall!, Bollevue, 0.;
any time. They thoroughly tone up , tending to business matters, left at 1 ! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stebbins, Lansin
the whole system to healthy activity. I dock tfiis afternoon in their new Pull- , Mich.; Mrs. Susan Stark, Lansing MJclf
Ti .'v have a most beneficial action , luan .private car, Xor-Oeste de Mexico, - and Mrs. J. Park Wet St. Clairsville 0-
upon the liver. , o. 200, whicli arrived in the El Paso ' o
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable unjon station yards -last night over the j "R03C THH "RTCL "FfYP
and Ideal for the use of children, old ' Rock island. The car was formerly v-tt -my J.iar .0 JJX,
folks and delicate persons. We cannot I knnvn as xhe Afcumada and has been re- : THE EXPSESS GAT?
- 0w.j v..UUxmiu wwi lw . .-
xerers irom any torm or constipation ;
ana its attendant evils. That s why we ,
pock our iaitn in tnem with our prom-
iSe. of money back if they do not give nientf including four passenger locomo
ennre satisfaction. Two sizes: 12 tab-! tives'and one "switch, engine, is on the
1 ts 10 cents and C6 tablets 25 cents. ! T,.i f t?i Pom nTUT n number of pass-
Ilrmember you can obtain Rexall Rem- '
cdies In El Paso only at our store !
The nexail Store. People's Drug Store j TmaRty of the caches' ,vill be ves-' fathe pSXX SiffflS '' KlleSVa collision with a lulevard car 1 Sherman antM law so com
and Kelly & Pollard. I g J aml thoroughly modern in all j j. D hio1teWdl&w?M '. several weeks a-o, fell .vi tront of the plctely cover that sround that the com.
- other respects. I the union station fire and -his forelegs were badly bruised mittee deemed it unnecessary to at-
AB0TJT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
H nvnn l19 k00ti ,r;r,f i,:f j:.
nnthnr f, hn sf- nZZ ,
7o t c,vXh v P v.T; "? "'r
tt n a .!.- i. - "b . t?JZ iJzr'i
. "- V- "'ci, uic cuuui xua uau-i-
ing freight and passenger agent, with j
headquarters in Torreon, M&.. arrived '
this morning to spend a fexv days in
.1 Paso. ,
vv Cf,.is.i.iii ?- i. ii
nlui. forc fr !,' ,f. ion mntiie w
returned to railway -work, having accept
r- .. ,.- .w.. .w.. , r
ed a position as conductor on the Mexico
There will be a new passenger con
ductor and two new passenger brakemen
on rae ftoutawestera wiwim a jew days ;
on tne run n-om uamzozo to xuran, uiqs .
for the positions having been asked bv
A. T. Gilmore, who has been in the
service of the Pullman company, on
Arizona lines, Las been transferred to
the Mexican Central lines and left in
charge of the Pullman cars on the Mex
ico Citv bound nassenser this morning.
H. L. Haynes, traveling freight and
passenger agent for the Southwestern, i
and S. C. Shearer, traveling freight
and oassen'rer ajrent for the Denver &
Rio Grande road, leave tonight over the j
National Railways of Mexico for a short
outness trip. . . . . - ., I
J. iL Long, who nasjbeen in ri11'11
?& honfe4 o?1S son'j fi ' Lon !
at the home of Ins on, J. . M. Lomr, jr.,
TnTvr- of 'we and for the past !
nnNMrfiMd O tnr he aw York Cen- !
47 Thn- iS Pntioned anH retired '
1 S SST Pensioned and retired (
from the service.
DERAILMENT IN YARDS.
Southern Pacific engine .No. as, wtiile i
making a curve on the Texas Pacific ;
i;t-v C, j,o a TT Ur FSundnv irorn-
o.... t; t s -.i-Jlo. !
irve on the lexas Pacini
G. H. yards Sundaj" morn
link3,' to th
inr. left the rails t near
Lndge. TJie raihvnv
for a distance of
rihe wrecking crew
enTine liack on
Bcrcherding was in charge
NEW ENGINES FOR G. H. ,
jr j i -.-iii-on -in pvni) in
50 feCt aiong the track. .:?R-hfea and Lake
soon after placed tie J- Zu LTrter spending a feir
the track, engineer v11"'1 ,,". ; o.-r , mtiei? oi
In preparation for the reception ot . xie Tersoni:i vi - k . John and McCarthy, all of whom were
12 new Mallord locomotives, the engine Mrs. M. TvSlS Ti Mrs! John met at the union station by Mrs.
pits at the G. H. round house are being G. Croxton, ladel-phia, !Jm " d Hinchey. who has been visiting in Phoe
enlarged. The engines, which have a G Croxlon Phidelphia 1 a-, .vir. . u Mrg mmAi eave
M..! u: Ton-r- o ivill ho rim . Mrs. John T. Coghhn, loledo, kj. juw . , . , ... . Ar .H -Ar
double pwlhnscapantv. ana rail oe run .
lutvrPiiT 1'jiso -a.n.1 uei sxio. are ex-
pelted to arrive Thursday.
tr i s An- CfinwonTi f
YOTLL Oau-Ul-UlUCl i3ivxiLavii i
feels fine five minutes after
taking a little Diapepsin.
Take your sour, out-of-order stom
BcL or maybe ou call it Indigestion.
Dvspepsla, Gastritis or Catarrh ot
Stomach; it doesn't matter take your
Ftomach trouble right with you to your
Pharmacist and ask him to open a 50
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and let
you eat one 22-grain Triangule and
see if within five minutes there is left
any trace of your former misery.
The correct name for your trouble is
Food Fermentation food souring; the
Digestive organs become weak, there
Is lack of gastric juice; your food is
only half digested, and you become
affected with loss of appetite, pressure
and fullness after eating, vomiting,
nausea, heartburn, griping in bowels
RIQTRKQ PROM 11 Ran TflMSHH
OHO Hilo ItlUlULuHUII lilLL UIU,
NATIONAL LIKES OF MEXICO
HAVE MADE THIS LOW RATE TO THE WORLD RENOWNED
' Rk iC "S S !
TAKE SUPPER IN EL PASO, BREAKFAST AT THE SPRINGS
Tickets sold on the certificate plan, good for 30 days
returning. Most powerful and searching waters
known. Most agreeable climate. Hotel accommoda
tions first class in every respect. Eates varying to
r ' suit all purses.
Tickets on sale at Union Station or Citv Ticket Office
, Postal Telegraph Bldg. "
A. DTJliOHEBY, City Passenger Agent.
iilmm Lgusi iiiliii uii
sTew Private Car for the
Officials, the Aliunia-
H. C. Ferris, general manaoer,
"Rvjiti. r.raiffie ,iiiaimrp.r of the
,0Uiit; m xne miraiaii jams ui iuimuui,
jjj j jg fjn
shed in oiled oak and ac-
re provided for ten guests,
r?nnrliihlp nfher -reissenirer equip
eno-er coaches 5iave also been ordered and
2 Pvnprpd within the next few months.
Messrs. Ferns ana itran en, " i-he maehinerv, billed to a mining anQ SK1
I for Casas Gnuides. .oriiere they wnll m- at Sonera MeiicoTSom I ,Thf
dis- spect the construction work in jrog ew York, received last night overi ;fue
Messrs. Ferns and .K-van Jeit jui x ao
siec. the eonstrucnon wvriv m p "k-
from that place to Madera, a uismncu .
of 122 miles. Steel 'has been laid attorn ,
iz i1es ... . I
" i. j. T,l- vcU hi !
intl sce"bl? " tu- tr x" ' ;Mt
completed about Jan. 1; next jear, jg. ,
Ferns i tea s monxi, ; l"-",ton '
v,-.-- - Annnnfirknc ,
nope toy j.BHfc..i"" w -;, .
,-if.h Kl Paso irom -mare.. .. . t
The lexico Northwestern recently is- j
.tij,,.. rh-it i airacLiiiii i
suea a new ivuci ..m --- .. neuts.sa.ry, jit. Elliott stated this morn
much attention among railroad men. -m to sMp the box fnm E1 p in a
The road, as operated at present, w tfrei?lst or a Iace h express
shown, and also the proved - exteon-
"which are more ouau a. c"" -- Arn- '
! dream," as Mr- Ferris stat3d this morn-
arean i a -, - in t.
mg ""c "" "'v- . r, : cnhimi
ing tneir new vii " "
-- . --
"T 1?"R ri1 TUSidUAi !
T.c;t (rnte; PartY OI SeaSOll
itO SlDeilcl JJay in
- li J- u
,,,, t0i f; f nurits under
The to sp I teg l J j
ZT" .t, VA P.iso this winter, will ;
l'i.'f' C ,r mnmiwr over the
SSSaiWs of Mexico, "coming di- J
Mexico Citv with a stop over
-. i .AVv.jv ri't- T'no I
at Zacatecas. Charles H- Gates, m per- !
-n, -ho is in eb-ree -U fake
rangements at U Fao lioteis ior im.
entertainment of his tourists tomorrow.
y over fate Santa
Fe for the Grand anjon, wcic
I .nartv Avill separate, the majority reairn-
injr over tne oa.uL- x-c ."-"trr-V:"'-
j ,, c a T? v (Vijirnmifl. :iiiu
"g "li Ji-rrr r Oilifornia,
the J3anee ntinuins n if le ;
The Gates party. riumenoLV, ,
.. - , ,, 14.. i-.Vio iininn first
from the miaaie sit-- " " t". io. '
jivjitai.il -r j ,
, ? -r r.it-v tne cities
! ?KCUj& ffij-.
can, LordoDa. ey"" follows- i
Tie personnel oi tme party wo-
s oy, - - - . Q; Cna3 H.
uuiuuuc .y, x -- .. , T -r,
Gates, Toledo. 0.; Miss Helen L. R.
tenderness in the pit of stomach, baa
i!if! 1n moi,th. constiDation. pain in
limbs, sleeplessness, belchmg of gas,
biliousness, sick headache, nervousness,
dizziness or many other similar symp
toms. If your appetite is fickle, and noth
ing tempts you. or you belch, gas or if
you feel bloated after eating, or your
food lies like a lump pf lead on youi
stomach, 3ou can make up your minu
that at the bottom of all this there is
but one causer-fermentation of undi
Prove to yourself in five minutes
that your stomach Is as good as any:
that there is nothing really wrong.
Stop this fermentation and begin eat
ing what you want without fear of dis
comfort or misery.
Almost instant relief is -waiting for
you. It is merely a matter of how
soon you take a little Diapepsin.
OHi J1 KM!
ties were crusueu X"" x..Vl o-: Annc,lientes. i-eon
jpik W&r0 s a M
Automobile Tires, Tubes and Sundries
CEAia, O'BONNELL & GO.
Chamber of Commerce BuHaing
.Trunks. Bags and Suit Cases
'made, repaired and exchanged.
$ Opposite postoffice, across
Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 16i-
G1: K ?:. IBs. H. F. Huntington
mm xias xiunt-mo-ton, itocnester, js. i.;
Mr fLnr? AF-ra Tnlin TT;f CThlr.. ATt.
I and Mrs. H. D. Horwitz, Cleveland; 'Miss
Ellen M. Heal.v, Greenwich, 0.; Mrs- Ir-
vin- n. ijieu, Toledo. O.; Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Jewett, Cortland, X. Y.; Mrs. C. C
Jackson. Birmingham, X. Y.; Mr. and
lire ITy-asIa? "XT" T 1" T 1 . j
- 'c"- . utiiiKins, xvmgnamton,
X i-; Mr. and jrs. O. E. Kelsev, I
Cleveland, 0.; Mrs. R. B. Knox, Dtiluta, j
Minn ; R. M. L. Knox. Duluth, Minn.;
Miss MaJel Kruse. Cincinnati, 0.; Miss
Emma Ladenmn. Chicago; Herman C. G
Luvties. St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. L. D!
Miller. Racine. Mich.: Mr nnd Mrs W
i - Mcrarlan. Oonnersville. Ind.: Har
vey s. McLeod, Troy. X. Y.; Mr. and Mrs
E. Marvin, Toledo, 0.:'Dr. and Mrs!
T -, r , .
j is jMaciiiiiery Intended for
JMinin Company Bovm
The srhipment to its destination of a
box of machinery weighing 4200 ninds
T,ne maehinerr. billed
.w lork. nra.s rpivvl nl.f -i
t.he Santa Fe. " f,
It wiu b shirmoft froiT1 va P,c nA
the SonfaTinni P-imfir. r, vUo ,!.
-.. vy .w?au
fn exPress -r is located
e enou?rn to admit tff
(- Ka L.4- I J ! f I
. - 1 -" , wv i-f 4t-u. icci xx
be aiiu too large lor admission into
anr ot tho rwnilor nroaa .r, i
at on the Southern Pacific. It m-ivh I
r !-.,, . , , ; ., .
DEMIWG MAN PROMOTED
TO EL PASO ON SANTA FE
W. E. Wilson, at present chief clerk
to W. S. Clark, the Santa Fe agent at
Deming, has been appointed citv con
tracting agent for the road in El Paso
, ' ,'V. . . . T
To succeed U . A- Uameron, who has been
promoted to a nosition as traveling
Mr. "Wilson will assume the duties of
notice of his appointment was received
yesteruay u . xu xruwiij aivision
rtrirrhf nnri rviMOTiffivr nxrnnt. trt-r Tiho
Santa Fe m El Paso.
HEAVY MAIL ROUTED
t-k W Lf Lt llVUIIUf- 'I'll IS I fllint?
T.he fiolden state Hmitetl OK the p.
Pfl1-flv. j... :n F, Pfltw t 12?4n v.
tcrd afternoon, Was two and one-naif
ten, hia The west bound limited due
at 3.o0 yesterday afternoon, ivas three
llmrs d 1Q minTltes Iate. The tnxin3
- an extra fe car, filled
nth through mail, which was routed by
way ot ii.1 aso as a result oi tne wasn-
j- j - .i , . . n.
outs on transcontinental lines norm,
PULLMAN OFFICIAL HERE.
D. J. Hinchey, sujjerintendent of th
Pullman Car compajry, of Chicago, ar
riveil in El Paso this monring from Mex
ico City, en route to his office in Chi
cago. He lias ieen attending to busi
ness affairs in the Mexican capital. Mr.
as accompanied bv J. i. Uc-
Oarthy, Pullman agent at Torreon, Mex.,
McCarthy return to tlieir home.
ATTENDS MOTHER'S FUNERAL.
Sol Metzga., a machinist in the South
western shops, and family, are in Albu
Queraue to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Lucita B. de Metzgar. who died at her
home in tihat city, of heart disease. She
is survived by her husband, two brothers, i
one sister, six sons, 20 grandchildren and '
five crreat-erandchildren. The funeral t
services were held this morning at the
Catholic church in Pajarito cemetery,
Farimington, X. M., March 7. Since
the building of the Southern Pacific
railroad from the south to Farmlngton
is assured, several new enterprises of
considerable magnitude are planned. A
college building, costing about $50,000,
is one of them. Farmlngton is known
throughout this section of -the territory
as an educational center already.
Plans for a 40,000 hotel are being
prepared, and for six or eight modern
dwellings, Farmington's present hotel
"Allen's," will this spring receive a
The excavating for the large building
to be erected for the Hunter. Mercan
tile company is finished, and the walls
of brick will soon be under way. Street
grades are being established by the en
gineers, and paved sidewalks will soon
EL PASQAKS IN
TROUBLE ON COAST
0. M. Congdoii Sentenced to
Prison John Crandall
Xews comes from Lros Angeles that O.
M. Congdon, formerly of El Paso, has
been sentenced to two years' imprison
ment at San Quinten. Congdon was con
victed iu Los Angeles last fall on the
t following the pitiful plea madeoy his
aged mother, he was placed on probation.
The sentence was passed upon his viola
tion of the yarole, according to the Los
to place exclusive contracts with Iocsl agents
to sell Ti - Sturday Evening Post in
towns with less tha i 5000 ii.habi.ants.
This is an exceptional side-line proposi
tion to county roadmen coerinjj country
towns. Something new and "different" a
really profitable side line.
There's no expense to you, no outfit to buy
and no canvassing to be done. Nothing: to
CaArjat 'cast- not more than a pocketful.
A good chancel fr menev-camin on a
commission basis. Name the cou ty you
Has C R. Cirevlatian Burtau
THE CURTIS PUBLI H!NG COMPANY
I jrarK jiyers, Toledo. O.; Mrs. Oothout, I ine nre' wu,c
I Rochester, X. Y.: Mr. nnA Mrs J. .7 rubbish, piled m
and T. ! Phoenix. Delavan. Wis.- Air J K Tfl. ' tracted the
Aivioo ison. Akron. O- AT Plo,n.--' pin ' Babbitt, of 1122 T
j FIREMAN OVERCOME
BY SMOKE AT FIRE
Blaze Destroys the Entire
Stock of the El Paso
Harry Ross, a pipeman of the Central
fire department, was overcome by smoke,
and Xigger, one of the horses attached
to the hose wagon at the Central sta
tion, was injured by a fall at the fire
which destroyed the whole stock of the
El Paso Fii'-l company, at the corner of
Texas and Xoble streets, at 2:30 Sunday
a nau sutrxea in some
one of tflie 'ha-v lofts, at-
attention of Mrs. W. T.
exas street, who called
'her daughter, Mis B. Smith, who tele
phoned the fire department, the East El
Paso. Central and Mesa companies re
sponding. The flames had gained considerable
headway before the arrival of the depart
anent and the smoke iwas so dense, that
ttie lire nau io ue ivuai, irum wic u-v-terior
cf the building.
Fireman Harrj- Ross got too close to
the smoke and was overcome, being tak
en out in a faint and removed to the
central station, where he is still con
fined to his bed. Ross was overcome sev:
ora.l lTionths aco. when he rescued two of
his companions from a smoking basement
f o AffXv ii.VP.nUe barber ShOP.
The fire damaged the whole stock of
vae -iuei wuj. - --r -- - - mm.
sands ot donar, ana - "'"r.T
damage to. cement Mtt"'n'p
uoales wIipti ' 'Which Had Deen swicu Tukk""X"- i cause where such combinations constl
vfif n ,w I The bachelor quarters oi 0. E Conner, tu4e ft restraint of trade the Sherman
?fi Ufrf president of the company, and . i. act affords ample authority to reaCh
JJn2?C Powers, its secretary-, on fhe. second prevent them.-
which had been storeu in wreiAwiiiciiu.
I'lllVf I I I7 fciWV -w -j
I , r j.. .i;fHiiinr WPfP TTIlIietl
ww Vi TV. o7i flirfr rlothin
smoKe ana '.vt "-
BEF0EE aEAND JURY
District Attorney Howe Says
He Failed to Appear to
Referring to a report that the grand
iurv had declined to investigate charges
maae bv Charles E. Herbert against
the water company, the city adminis
tration and the commission appointed
to investigate the matter of municipal
ownership, district attorney tf. D. Howe
said this morning:
"It is ridiculous for anyone to make any
such statement rt Is foolish to assume
that any 12 men, such as we have on
the grand Jury, --ould be guilty ot
making a statement that they would
not investigate or see- the prosecu
tion of charges against any man who
"The truth of the whole matter is,
Herbert, never went before the grand
jurv. He pleaded sickness, and, though
we sent a bailiff to his home in an en
deavor to get him before the grand
jury, he produced doctors' certificates
showing that he was pnysically unable
to report to the grand jury."
MAX HELD FOR BURGLARY
COMMITTED YEAR AGO.
Charged with a crime committed more
than a year ago, Faustlno Avlta has
been arrested. by the Juarez police. He
is charged with a house burglary in
which a quantity of valuable clothing
Jvan Cerneno was a-ested on advice
from authorities at Encarnacion Diaz.
.Jalisco. A man by that nama Is wanted
there for shooting a woman through
the cheek" a few days age.
The Queen :jpinish restaurant has
moved to 207 E. Overland. Fine Span
ish dinner and Mexican dishes. Open
until 10 p. m.
"R. fi. Mnstain. traveling freight and
Ti.xqenj7er asrent for the Southwestern in
Arizona and Xew Mexico, arrived in El
Paso from the west this morning,
Globe Mills Graham Flour, also Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
'Muff Sed. Try a sack. At all grocers.
Persons from Pueblo. Colo., are com
ing to figure on installing a large brick
and tile factory. Efforts are being
made to interest capital in putting in
a new system of city waterworks to
cost about $30,000.
Not a vacant building of any descrip
tion can be found in Farmlngton, and
newcomers experience much inconveni
ence at times to find a temporary shel
ter while erecting a home. Complaint
is made about the scarcity of carpen
ters and bricklayers.
T. J. Skaggs, manager of the Farm
ington Land and Investment company,
has just returned from Durnngo, and
reports that city active with new life
and vigor, and says ne noted more
activity in all lines of commerce than
observed in the past seven years.
"While In El Paso Congdon had an of
fice In the Masonic building. His father
is said to have been a prominent mem
ber of the Rock River Methodist confer
ence. John Crandall, presmnablv of El Paso
has also been arrested in Los Angeles
on the charge of burglary. Crandall is
reported to have entered the home of
Mrs. James Lynch, on Slmyra street Los
Angeles, and to have tried on a suit of
clothes belonging to Phillip Lynch
Crandall was pursued for a while bv
five small boys before being apprehend
ed. A $10 gold PIeoe. which he ?is S
to have taken from young Lynch's
clothes wa, found in his shoe. incns
Globe Mills Graham Flour, also Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the roHs
'Nuff Sed. Try a sack. At all grocers!
DISMISSED BY COURT.
Vicente Lopez and Ruben Burf ar
rested on a charge of sleeping m a' va
cant house on South Oregon street near
the corner of Second street, were dis
missed bv alderman Robinson in police
court Thev explained that they had
come from Juarez, where thev had been
drinking a bit and seeing the vacant
house went to sleep there.
Buck Chiton, also arrested on a charce
of vagrancy, was dismissed upon promis
ing to hunt a job.
ADMITTED TO BAR.
Jay E. Dutcher, who for the past year
has been a resident of El Paso, lias been
admitted to the bar in El Paso by taking
a special examination-
In your blood are the millions
of corpuscles that defend you
To make and keep these little soldiers
healthy and strong, is simply to make
and keep the blood, of the right quality
This is just what Hood'3 Sarsaparilla
does it helps the little soldiers in your
blood to fight disease for yon.
It cures scrofula, eczema, eruptions,
natarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous
ness, dyspepsia, general debility, and
builds up the whole system.
(Continued from Page One.)
j une of argument advanced by attorney
general "Wickersham in his published
Purchase fit Competing Iiincs.
Concerning the important sections re
lating to the purchase of competing
lines the report says:
"Criticism of this section has been
made upon the ground that it did not
j prohibit the acquisition by
' lmWInr- cnmnr-irlnn nf vtrti
means of u
stocks of com-
! LctI"e l!"efray-.. Jepr.Vi?i"3
tempt a repetition of those prohibitions I
J in this act For the
same reason it was
, nut aeer
question of combinations of e-cpress or j
. telegraph or telephone companies be
. cause where such combinations consti-
Attention Ls called to the fact that
the bill provides a means of ascertain
bonafide contract proposed to be entered
., .. .n. - ,,.., - --T.
ing by judicial Investigation whether a
Into respecting the acquisition of stock
or property of railroads in violation of
the prohibitions of the Sherman act be
fore large Investments of capital are
made in reliance upon a seeming, al
though possibly illusory legality.
This proposition Is held to be of ob
vious advantage to the government for
the reason that such an investigation
would be conducted beforet the contract
became effective. Bearing upon the j
provisions affecting the isr- 'e of stocks
and bonds the report takes up the le
gal side of the questions involved. The
bill In that regard Is defended and
the report says of fthis feature:
Do Xot Cripple finances.
"These provisions are so framed as
not to prevent the ordinary means of
financing railroad companies while In
terposing an effectual protection
against the Issue of stock or bonds
without adequate consideration.
"While it may be objected that the
provisions of this act do not go far
enough in regulating the capitalization
of railroad corporations, no candid
critic can fail to admit that they con-
HeadSiner At the Happy Hour
jrMMBpBy y?Mr ' tp j" jp Vflft?'' ''K - (KKttFm
"HAPPY HOUR" -OPENING.
nw Happy Hour theater on El
n rtt otiDosite San Antonio, opens
this evening with popular priced vaude
ville. There will be two shows night
ly at 7:30 and 9 oclock.
The feature of the program is James
Keane, creator of the role of Tom Du
gan, in the original production of The
Bishop's Carriage," who appears with
his own company in a delightful com
edy sketch, "Held for Ransom."
Another feature Is George and Georg
ette In a comedy skit. "The Dog Fight.
This act has amused thousands of thea
tergoers all over the country and will
prove one of the best comedy sketches
ever In El Paso. .
Mayne and Mayne In comedy singing
and dancing. Their wardrobe Is elabo
rate and their singing and dancing Is
considered second to none.
The prices are 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Anv patrons not satisfied with the show
wil"l have their money refunded. This
is a standing offer of the management
of the "Happy Hour" theater.
The sale of seats for the big home
talent musical event of the season. "A
Night in Bohemia." by the Shriners,
opens Tuesday morning at the Craw
ford. Patrons are being urged to be
there early, for the demand will be one
of the largest of the season no doubt.
The price Is ?1 to all parts of the
A HOST of pretty
in -frt r TiPTrr irloQc?
in the new ideas
fine linens, lawns and batistes, trimmed in
daintv laces and the real Irish crochet em-
and Jabots. The
enough to suit all tastes.
Collars and Chemisettes 48c
Special lot of fancy Dutch collars and chemisettes of Point
Venise. Baby Irish and Oriental lace, in white, ecru, 4Q
and cream, values up to $1.25; special Tuesday tOC
"Net Veilings i 6c
Special lot of net veilings in new meshes and all the good
spring colorings; values up to 50c; 1 J
special, Tuesday JLOw
stitute a long step in the direction of
establishing such national legislation
and supervision as will prevent the fu
trA over issue of stocks and bonds
by interstate carriers and that they go
as far as prudent legislation should go
in AntM-fnsr uoon this new field of na-
tlonal restraint upon the Issue of stocks
and bonds by the interstate carriers."
BOY KICKED BY HORSE.
Paducah, Tex.. March 7. The little
4yearold baby boy of W. P. Patterson,
who lives about four miles from this
place, wandered from the house and got
in the lots where there were a number
horses. He ran up behind one of the
horses, and was kicked on the upper
lip, the blow cutting the upper front
teeth loose from the gums, letting them
fall in the little fellows mouth.
A SWOLLEN' JAW
is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
it's caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident. Ballard's Snow Ilnlment will
reduce the swelling and relieve the pain.
The great and sure cure for rheuma- j
tism. cuts, burns, bruises, scalds any j
and all aches and pains.
Sold by all druggists. I
There will be an entire chancro of
bill tonight at the popular Majestic. (
Three shows are given nightly 7:30.
S:30, 9:30 and Majestic prices rule 10
and 20c. "Don't forget that Wednesday '
night is souvenir night; look out for i
anotner enma snower. something you
have not had before," says manager
CRAWFORD WEDNESDAY MATINEE.
The last Wednesday matinee of the
stock season at the Crawford will oc
sur this week. "Rip Van Winkle" Js
the offering and the prices will be 10
cents to all parts of the house as a
farewell treat to the women of El Paso
by the Bailey company, which is soon
to be succeeded by vaudeville at the
"RIP VAN WINKLE."
"Rip Van Winkle," a play that has
entertained as many people as any
thing produced In America, "The Old
Homestead" not excepted, was the of
fering of the Bailey Stock company at
the Crawford, Sunday matinee and
night and it will continue the rest of
this week, the final week of the com
pany at this playhouse. Edwin Bailey
assumes the role of old Rip and Miss
Grace Lockwood that of Gretchen,
which places the leads in splendid
hands. The play Is well produced, all
the parts being in capable hands, as
usual, and special scenery is provided
for each of the five acts.
for sprinsr. Jabots of
and stocks and the real
crochet collars, coat sets
range of choice is great
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL!
Tou can easily sell it. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115, tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell It. No bother, no
J No stomach dosing breathe the pleasaat,
healing, genn-HUing air oi Hyoaei, aad okc
CATARRH, COUGHS, C01DS, CX0GP.
SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, ETC
(J Complete outfit, including hari rubber -haler,
$1.00, on money-back plaa. Extra
bottles, 50c Druggists e7erywfer.
Ma3 orders filled by
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Intfernatlonal Book Co.
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R. L- Nichols. Attorney at Zat.
Colorado National Life Assur
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Ruth Williams Proprietors.
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Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee. Os
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