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EL PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, March 16, 1910.
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A shoe is only as good as its worst part and we
are proving to a good many people by the use of the
Regal Buzz-Saw in our store windows that the
worst part of a shoe is pretty sure to be where the
eye cannot detect it and it is likely to be one of
those hidden parts which should, stand for long
wear and shape-retention.
Some of the weak spots of shoes which are merely
good-looking weak spots which cannot easily be
detected before purchase are poor innersoles, which
no consumer investigates; poor outersoles, which
are concealed beneath paint and finish; poor lasting,
which does not take the stretch out of leather ; poor
stitching, which cuts partially through both welt and
insole.
Such shoes are made to sell, not to wear. f
Direct responsibility of tanner and manufacturer
to the wearer is the only protection against such
shoe-making.
Regals are made in the Regal factory, from leather
produced exclusively for Regal shoes, and they are
sold only from the 114 Regal shoe stores and sold
at the wholesale price.
We are thus directly responsible to you for any
hidden fault, and we therefore guard against such
faults by using the materials of $6 shoes in every
pair of Regals.
The "Window of the Sole" proves before you
buy that the particular Regal shoe that you are try
ing on is built with genuine live oak-bark-tanned
soles.
PJ? The coct of raw hides and leather has
ettiF 'V until now you have cood reasons to be
suspicious of any shoe offered you at the same price as last year and
a satisfactory explanation should be demanded. We maintained our uni
form $3.50 price for all Resate as lone as possible even sacrificing entirely
on certain Regal syles the one small, fair Regal profit, in the hope that
the cost of materials would ultimately decrease to a normal point; but
there is now no apparent likelihood of that outcome, and consequently
there has been just one of two things for us to do: eitner to stop making
some lines of Regal shoes or else charge a price increased sufficiently to
balance their increased cost. From the very beginning we have consist
ently built into every pair of Regal shoes the best materials suited to
thai particular style and. we shall never change that policy.
We guarantee that in any Regal $3.50 model yotr will get absolutely the
best materials suited to that style.
Send for Slyle-BooK
Hail orders Promptly Filled
The largest retail shoo business In the -world-114
stores In principal cities from London to Sanlrancisco.
FfKlJI SfH!I (tf)AT $mW&i
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Lerner Shoe Co. f?Jll
EL PASO CLUB TO GIVE
CONCERT AT CLINT
The El Paso Musical- club will on
Thursday evening give a concert at
Clint, Texas.
The program is as follows:
Josie Silva Piano Solo
Pauline Dorman Vocal Solo
Joe Manning Mandolin Solo
Flossie Herbert Vocal Solo
Xena Selum .... Violin Solo
Le Va-v Sorrelle Piano Solo
Mary McKinnev . . .. Song Solo
TRY THIS
Two (ffinute Cure For
Cold in Head or Chest
Emma Laieppe Vocal Solo
Several EI Pasoans expect to accom
pany the club members to Clint.
GRADKVG CONTRACT UTTT FOR v
IiIXE OUT OF SAX AXGELO.
A grading" contract has been let to
Roach & Stansell, of Memphis, Tenn.,
for the construction of 45 miles of road
south of San Angelo on. the San Angelo
Del Rio branch of the Kansas City,
Mexico & Orient railway. The road has
also filed an application to buy 240
acres of school land near its crossing
on the Rio Grande. The land is to be
used for the new town of El Oro, which
will be made a district terminal.
The Banks Could Never Work Satisfactorily Under Other
Measures of Belief Proposed and There Was Al
' ways a Flurry in the Money Market Central
Bank the Eemedy.
IT IS CURING THOUSANDS DAILY,
AND SAVES 'S'IME AND 3IONEY.
Get a bowl three quarters full of boil
ing -ivater, and a towel.
Pour into the water a teaspoonful of
Hyomei (pronounced High-o-me).
Put your head over the bowl and j
cover both head apd bowl with towel.
Breathe the vapor that Arises for two
minutes, and presto! your head Is as
clear as a bell, and the tightness in the
chest Is gone.
Nothing like it to break up a heavy
cold, cure sore throat or- drive away a
cough. It's a pleasant cure. You'll
enjoy breathing HyomeL You'll feel
at once Its soothing, healing and bene
ficial effects as It passes over the In
flamed and irritated membrane. 50
cents a bottle, at druggists everywhere,
or at Kelly & PollArd. Ask for extra
bottle Hyomei Inhalent.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SEIjL?
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
formality.
(the best bargains!
IN LOTS IPS AKY LOCATION
Old
Can B e Secured From
FRANK R. TOBIN
The Dirt Peddler
Offices EI Paso and Franklin Sts.
Phone 2271
Tobin, Texas, Phone 3667 and County
Road and Washington Park Car Line
OFFICES OPEN SUNDAYS
TVasliington, D. C. March 1G One of should yield a return; and this object
the most inrportant ol the monograpns
whkh are being submitted to consress
.is that on the Swiss banking Law, by principle of sleection of the material
TW T,iMc T-,nilimnr -ivlnVh has hist ! for discounting and the principle of
been made public- Doctor Lnndmann j
has made a lifelong study of the Swiss
IKnTTll-lTVfT STT2f.Vni O TA lO TinCTf?Pm TW T"f". ff I
na .,5.L-r. 'Ac, TniMfe ? n F,nr- I banks. It is pointed out that the loner-
lish translation and was prepared for
various European reviews, (without ref
erence to American conditions.
It is the story of unsuccessful experi
ments, which were finally abandoned
for a. central bank, twihich is told in
graphic and exact manner in the mono- i long-term obligations were accompanied
was attained, but only at the cost of a
violation of two principles of every
sound discount policy. namely, the
regulation of the bank rate.
Taking up the question of the char
acter of the assets of the Swiss note
time Investments steadily gained over
those for short terms until the ratio
of short-time investments to the total
decreased from 35.73 percent in 1885 to
24.79 percent in 1S95.
These conditions of underbidding for
graph of Dr. Landmann. He declares in
his preface that the principle, which
was recognized in theory long ago, that
t2ie system of free 'banking, while suit
ed to the earlj stages, does not meet
the requirements of the advanced and
matured state of the bank-note system,
worked its way to the front all along
the line in the course of the second half
of the nineteenth century in actual
legislation; nor is there the slightest in
dication of a reaction from this view."
The first Swiss banks of issue were
established independently and without
federal supervision. Agreements to
check abuses and to secure the uniform
circulation and redemption of the notes
were made in 1862, 1876 and 1SS2, the
latter being enforced by a general
banking law. One of the requirements
of the law was a reserve of 40 percent
In specia against note issues, which,
however, could not be used for any
other business of the bank, and was
held essentiallj as a guaranty of ultl2
mate solvency. The banks were al
lowed to Issue notes to twice the
amount of their capital, which had the
healthy effect of causing some expan
sion of capital to cover enlarged note
Issuea.
The Swiss banks of issue being coiri
peled to pay taxes not on the amount
of the effective circulation, but on the
total of the authorized issue, they were
naturally disposed to enlarge the cir
culation as much as possible, as they
had to pay on the total of the author
ized issue anyway, and leaving a part
of this sum idle would have meant a
direct loss to them. The banks had to
keep 40 percent of their circulation In
specie in their vaults; and if, for in
stance, 20 percent of a bank's issue
i. e.. Its authorized issue were not in
circulation at all, only 40 percent of ira
issue would have been profitably in
vested, which would have resulted "in a
profit of about 2 to 2A percent of the
issue. The bank having, to pay six
tenths of 1 percent of the entire author
ized issue to the cantons and one-tenth
of 1 percent to the confederation, this
would make, roughlj', 1 percent, which,
taken off the profit above shown, would
leave a profit of only 1 to 1 percent.
It will therefore be readily understood
that all the banks of issue endeavored
to put their entire authorized issue on
the market, -so that every taxable note
by competition in discount rates which
operated adversely to the maintenance
of favorable exchange conditions with
France and other countries. Each bank
ing center published its own rate of
discount, and it happened not infre
quently that one bank lowered its rate
of discount while another raised it at
the same time.
It was not until the year 1S93 that 2S
of the then existing 35 banks decided
"to keep the discount rate at an appro
priate level in order to protect the
stocks of cash in the country," and a
committee, consisting of five of the
largest banks, was appointed to deal
with the question of fixing a genera!
official discount rate which should
serve as a basis for all discount transac
tions. With the Introduction of this
uniform and official discount rate there
set In a decided tendency toward the
betterment of conditions. Very soon,
however, this agreement proved inade
quate. A new agrement contained the pro
viso that each particular bank was only
obligated to maintain this minimum
limit "as far as possible," and that It
had the right to discount up to one
fourth of 1 percent below .the fixed
minimum rate bank acceptances, or
first-class commercial papers, or for the
purpose of keeping its holdings of bills
up to the amount prescribed by it3 rules
and regulations.
The position of those banks that re
mained faithful to the agreement be
came so difficult that a new revision
the regulations was decided upon,
which should give the various banKS
greater freedom of action. This plan
of compromise was, however, frustrated
by a large number of banks showing
their dislike of the agreement, and in
the general meeting of the banks of
Issue on Nov. 23, 1901, the stipulations
respecting the minimum rate of dia
court were entirely abolished, and the
old state of freedom from all restriction
was thun reestablished.
Another attempt, in 1905. to bring
about cooperation secured the assent of
only 20 of the 36 banks, and by the
law of Oct. 6 of that year Switzerland
finally sought refuge from the discord
of independent banks of issue without
common leadership, in the system of a
central bank-
ENTHUSIASM IS ENEENDERE
THE COUNT OS ILL
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" CENSUS
TUMBLE SKIN
HUMQR25 YEARS
QUAXAH L.IXE IS XOW
CARRYING EXPRESS,
Paducah, Tex., March 16. The first
express has been brought over the Qua
nah, Acme and Pacific from Quanah.
The express people will m have regular
service over that road hereafter, and
have all their express agents along the
line appointed.
The schedule of the road has been
changed for Sundays only. The trains
will leave Quanah at 8 oclock and reach
Paducah at 10.30, remaining here three
hours longer than they have been doing
heretofore.
ARTIST EXDS OVT LIFE.
New York, N. Y.. March 18. That
Willis E. Davis, the millionaire clubman
and artist, of San Francisco, who died on
the White Star liner Oceanic when she
was on her way to this port, was a sui
cide, was the information brought here
todav with the arrival of the steamship.
Business Man Suffered Agony
Head, Neck and Shoulders Cover
edBecame An Object of Dread
Consulted Most Able Doctors
tend Hospital but Got No Relief.
SURPRISINGLY QUICK
CURE BY CUTICURA
" Cuticura did wonders for me. For
twenty-five veers I suffered agony from.
a tern Die humor, com-
Eletely covering my
ead, neck and shoul
ders, so that to my
friends, and even to my
wife, I became an object
cf dread. At large ex
pense I consulted the
most able doctors far
-and near. Their treat-
ment was cf no avail,
' nor was that cf the
HosDital.-durinp'KiT
months' effort. I suffered on and con
cluded there was no help for me this side
cf the grave. Then I heard of some one
who had been cured by Cuticura Reme
dies and thought that a trial could do no
harm. In a surprisingly short timo I was
completely cured. S. P. Keyes, 147 Con
gress St., Boston, Mass., Oct. 12, 1909."
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CURED BOILS
With Cuticura when Everything
Else had Failed.
"I am very grateful for Cuticura as
my daughter had been suffering for
eleven months with awful great boils on
her body. "We tried everything which
one could mention but nothing was any
good. The boils made her veryweak
and ill and she had to leave her place.
After using one tablet of Cuticura Soap,
one box cf Cuticura Ointment, two vials
of Cuticura Pills and three bottles of
Cuticura Resolvent she got quite well
and has not had the boils since. I
should have written to you before but
have been waiting to seOfjf she had any
sign of any coming back. My daughter
is eighteen years old. Mrs. Ellen Heather,
Hillside Rd., Ash Common, nr. Alder
shot, Hants, England, June 29, 1809."
Cutlcnra Soap (25c . Cuticura Ointment (50c)
RJd Cuticura Resolvent (50c). (or la the form of
CLocolate Coated Pills. 25c. per vial of 00). Sold
'ViiiThout the world Potter Dru fc Chem Corp.,
eo e Propi.. 135 Columbus Ave Boston. Mass.
03-32-pasre Cuticura. Book, mailed free. KlvInK de
scription, treatment and cure of diseases of the akin.
Volunteers Are Offering
Their Services for the
Work in All Parts of the
City Will Check Govern
ment Figures.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL.?
You can easily sell '- Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115. tell the girl what it is and
The Herald -will sell it. No bother, no
formality.
Commencing the first of next -week
the "count us all" volunteer census will
be taken In the different blocks of tho
city.
The volunteer enumerators are now
being assigned to the different blocks
in the city and notified of their as
signments with instructions as to tak
ing the volunteer census. They will
also be provided with blanks for the
listing of the residents in the dif
ferent blocks. The committee is hav
ing 1500 of these blanks printed for
the volunteer enumerators and these
will be mailed to them as rapidly as
they are officially appointed by acting
mayor Robinson and are assigned to
their districts.
A Meeting Friday.
A meeting of the general census
committee will be held at 2 oclock
Friday afternoon at the office of the
mayor in the city hall to complete ar
rangemenas for the volunteer census.
This meeting will be held with the
city council. A date for a general
meeting of the volunteer enumerators
and supervisors will then be fixed
so that the men may meet and discuss
the plans for taking the census. This
'meeting will be In the chamber of
commerce, where the census committee
has established headquarters. The gov
enrment census enumerators will also
be invited to attend the meeting in or
der that a perfect understanding of
the volunteer census may be gained by
both the volunteer and federal census
takers. The members of the general
census committee are: Walter S. Clay
ton, chairman: D. M. Payne, judge A.
S. J. Eylar, C. A. Kinne, H. M. Walker,
Dr. J. A. Samaniego. J. g. Ingels, act
ing mayor Robinson and the members
of the council.
Judpre Littler Cooperates.
A lettec has been received from judge
John B. Littler, the government census
supervisor for this district, which states
that he has acted upon the suggestion
of the chamber of commerce, the mayor
and the business men of El Paso and
has strongly recommended John B. Kll
patrick, of El Paso, for special agent
for El Paso to assist in the taking of
the government census. Judge Eittler
also stated In his letter that he would
probably be In El Paso during the time
the government census was being taken
and would assist in every Way poSslble
tw www." - c enumeration ot
Mils Mtv.
The Volunteer Check.
David Sullivan and J. w. Leighton
have been employed by the census com
mittee to act as accountants for the
volunteer census. These men, assisted
by the volunteer supervisors, will tabu
late and compile the volunteer census.
This data will be prepared in a form
similar to that used by the government
census takers and will be placed at the I
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Black and Co
Petticoats
Our Spring line of Waists is very attractive in styles
and values. The line embraces a large range of pat
terns and qualities: medium prices. Thev range in
Ibices from $5.00' $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00,
$1.75, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, T5c, 65c and dovn to 50c.
See Our
Window
Displays
Specials for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
One special lot of $6.50 Black Silk Pet
ticoats. On special $tM, Q5I
Sale .; itSaO
One special lot of Colored and Black
Silk Petticoats Q
on sale at $3si33
One special lot of Colored J Q
Silk Petticoats dfciilil
lack and Colored
.oorn
$3.50 Black Embroidery Heatherbloom
Petticoats 9 75
on sale at fc I O
$3.00 Black Embroidery Heatherbloom
Petticoats, cut full, " JC
for fjfci1!!!
$2.50 Black and Colored Heatherbloom
Petticoats. - 1 QC
one sale at lUliWil
$2.00 Heatherbloom Petticoats, cut full,
made with gathered JI JJ
ruffles ,.. . 9UH 9
$1.50 Black High Grade ' I 9fl
Petticoats llllifcU
Black Petticoats from 50c, 75c to $1.00
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JARRELL, BALLARD (i CO.
112, 114 South Oregon Street
disposal of the special agent and the PACKERS
government supervisors to be used as
a check on the returns of the govern
ment enumerators. A list of Spanish
speaking El Pasoans who are familiar Tjaited States Banking company show
the debt of the Mexican National Pack
ing company to the bank to be $2,072,878
gold. The bankruptcy proceedings of the
two companies are being carried on in
the saane court.
OWE BANK
OVER TWO MILLION'
Mexico City, Mexico, March 16. In an
itemized statement, the receivers for the
with the conditions In the south side
has also been submitted to judge Lit
tler at his suggestion with a view of
having them appointed government
censits takers for that district.
MannfacturiBg; Census.
In addition to the actual counting of
noses by the government representa
tives, the enumerators appointed by the
government will be required, to secure
a large amount of statistical Jata re
garding the manufacturing Interests of
each city. Secretary Kinne, of the
chamber of commerce, has prepared an
open letter to the El Paso manufactur
ers appealing to their local pride to
give the census enumerators all the
facts asked of them. The letter reads:
To the Manufacturers of El Paso.
The manufacturing interests of this
city are increasing and It Is in the
power of the Individual manufacturer j
to make or mar the work of. the coming
the representative of the census office
when thev call for a census reDort with
a cold shoulder, with reluctant, Inaccu-
rate and defective replies, or if they
refuse to cooperate In supplying the in
formation which can come primarily
only from them, they can very easily
make the work a practical failure. On
the other hand, if they greet the rep
resentative of the government with
prompt and satisfactory replies, they
will prove their local patriotism by
helping the census office to present a
true picture of the real greatness of,
this city as a manufacturing city.
El Paso Chamber of Commerce.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE.
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the
world wide Cold and Grip remedy re
moves cause. Call for full name. Look
for signature E. TV. GROVE. 25c.
Tou can easily seP. re call Bell 115,
ft-uto 1115. tell the- girt what It Is and
the Herald will sell it. No bother, no
formality.
filings In the Shops
Knowing About
Best refrigerators made The White
Enameled at Springer's. Carload just
received and being sold at a very close
margin.
Standard yellow free California
peaches, the 20 cents, a can kind, two
cans for 25 cents. Jacksons.
Tou get the very finest beef from fed
cattle when you bay at Ardoin's Market.
Get two cans of those beautiful peach
es Jackson is selling for 25 cents, then
j'ou'H want a dozen cans which you can
get for $1:40.
In ordering provisions don't overlook
Ar.loin's "Special Sunny Side" butter,
xou'll .have no other If tried once.
Fresh deep water fisn received daily
at Ardoin's. Get fresh fish and it's fine.
That's what you always get at Ardoin's.
See the beautiful nt-.v dinner sets at
Springer's. Prettiest and most reason
able ever shown in El Paso.
Plenty of fresh garden vegetables at
Jackson's. Phone 353.
The greatest bargains In peaches yet
offered In El Paso at Jackson's.
If yon want vegetables antf- fruits that
are just right, not green or too ripe,
and fresh, send your order to' Ardoin's.
See the white enameled refrigerators
a- Springer's- A carload just received.
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JEPE POLITICO OF THE
CITY OF CHIHUAHUA HERE
Jose Asunsulo, jefe politico at the city
of Chihuahua, Is a guest of El Paso.
With his small son, Mr. Asunsulo Is
stopping at the Zieger. He arrived yesterday.
The distinguished visitor is sojourning j
in El Paso on a vacation. He is taking
a long delayed Tacatlon from his duties
as chief executive of the Chihuahua
metropolis.
Already Mr. Asunsulo has received
visits from Juarez officials. Last night
he visited the Mexican city himself and
returned official compliments.
Sickly Women
Xmtouh, Delicate, Frctfnl, Thin, Run
down, Overworked, Unstrung Women
Made Strong and Vigorous.
Every woman needs a tonic stimulant
which will give her the strength to
overcome the trials and sickness which
only a woman knows.
During the past fifty years Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey has brought relief
and strength to thousands of sickly
women. Especially at this time of the
year, when the system is run down and
the blood thin, it is important that you
should use a stimulant that will en
rich the blood and strengthen and build
up the body.
Duty's Pure Malt WhlsRey
as a renewer of
youth and tonic
stimulant is one
of the greatest
strength - givers
known to science.
Ic aids in destroy
ing disease, and by
Its building and
healing properties assists In restoring
tissues in a gradual, healthy, natural
manner, thus keeping the old young In
spirits. It is invaluable for overworked
men, delicate women and sickly chil
dren. It is a wonderful remedy in the
prevention and cure of consumption,
pneumonia, grippe, bronchitis, coughs,
colds, asthma, malaria, low fevers,
stomach troubles and all wasting and
weakening conditions, if taken as di
rected. All druggists, grocers and dealers, or
direct, $1.00 a large bottle. Be sure you
get the genuine; substitutes and Imita
tions are Injurious. Medical booklet,
containing rare common sense rules for
health and testimonials, also doctor's
advice, sent free to any one who writes.
The Duffy 3Ialt Whiskey Co., Rochester,
A Y.
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El Pasos
LARGEST GROCERY
IS LOCATED AT 208-210-212 ST. LOUIS STREET,
JUST ONE AND ONE-HALF BLOCKS EAST OF
THE POSTOFFICE AND THE TRANSFER STATION.
2 doz. Fresh. Eanch Eggs
for
50 lbs. Fancy Irish Pota
toes for
100 lbs- Fancy Irish Po
tatoes for
3 cans Pioneer, bt. Charles
or Elgin 3131k for
Large, Juicy JLemons,
per dozen
English Walnuts,
per pound
Evaporated Peaches,
per pound
Evaporated Blackberries,
Special, per pound
Fancy Seeded Raisins,
2 pounds for
Dried Raisins, in bulk,
3 pounds Jot
Pure Creamery Butter
for
4 pounds Pink Beans,
(our price) for
5 pounds Broken Head
Rice for
4 pounds Japan Head Race
for
8 bars D. C. Soap
for
6 large bars Velvet Soap
(Our Special) for
45c
75 c
$1.45
25c
20c
c
c
15c
25c
25c
35c
25c
25c
25c
25c
25 c
Okra and Tomatoes,
S.pecial, 3 cans for..
25c
25c
25c
35c
40c
25c
25c
25c
Canned .Okra, for a few
days, 3 cans for
2 3-pound cans Sweet Po
tatoes for
2 2 -pound cans Monarch
Green Lima Beans for
Gallon Y. F. Peeled Peaches,
per gallon can
3 2-pound cans Pie Black
berries for w
3 l-pcundJcans Tan Camp's
.Baked .Beans for
4 2-pound cans Tomatoes
for
o pkgs. Kellogg's Corn Flakes, Dr.
prices xoou or Post
Toasties for
Cream of Wheat,
per pkg. ...
2 pkgs. Ralston Hominy
Grits for
5 gallons Oil
for
VERY BEST COFFEES
Blue Ribbon, ty m
per pound OOC
Barrington Hall (steel cut) a rv
per pound Tell C
2 pounds President mm
for 75c
25c
15c
25c
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NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT FLOWER AND
GARDEN SEED. FRESH SHIPMENT JUST RE
CEIVED. R"
Standard Grocery C
THE CASH STORE.
V.
208-210-212 St. Louis St
BELL PHONES 348, 367, 901. ATJT0 pH0HE w
PKone jbarly and Catch the Early Deliveries.
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Ei Paso Trunk Factory
Trunks, Bags and Suit Caiea
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice, acxojw
Plaza. . TeL 1054; Auto 1&.

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