EL PASO HERAXB
Friday, March 25, 1910.
IF THE SPECIALTY SHOP HAS IT IT'S CORRECT
1. You want an Easter Bonnet
You are particular about
selecting correct stySes?
You want a good Hat
BONNET, STYLE, LOW PRICE three in
one are found at the most popular miHinery
department in town.
The Specialty Shop
MB ON HI
jIts. Milton Fisher Is in a
Globe Hospital Fisher
Is in Jail.
No. I Little Plaza
WHERE'AIili Eli PASO IS BUYING ITS HATS
PRESIDIO COUNTY CLUB
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS.
Postoffice Business Increases and Build
ing WIH be Enlarged Xevrs
Notes and Personals.
Marfa, Tex., March 25. At a meeting
of the Presidio County club, of Marfa,
at the club rooms, the following- offl- J
cers and directors -were elected: "w.
W. Bogel. president; W. P. Murphy,
vice presiaent; nr. j. u. -u.iaK.ui., cue
tary and treasurer. The club is in good
condition financially and will soon In-
BAGGAGE & TRANSFEE
PHOK7J BELL 1 AUTO 1001
"Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 1966
109 MAIN ST.
augurate a boosting campaign for Mar
fa and Presidio county
Owing to the crowded condition of
the-Marfa postoffice and a heavy in
crease in mail business postmaster O.
I. Niccolls will enlarge the present
Jas. Stewart, S. A. Thompson "and
Chas. Mulhern, of Fort Davis, were In
El Paso attending a meeting of the
Scottish Rite Masons.
The Marfa History club will meet
with Mrs. TV. W. Bogel Saturday after
noon. The Guild, of the Episcopal church,
of Marfa, will meet hereafter the first
Wednesday in each month. The next
meeting will be held at Mrs. Jim Walk
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mifrhell made an
auto trip to Alpine recently. They were
accompanied to Marfa by W. B. Mitch
ell, of San Marcos, Texas, who has lum
ber interests at Alpine and ranch in
terests near Marfa,
Dr. Wl E. Robertson is in El Paso
en route to Hermosillo, Sonora, Mex
ico, to look after his mining interests.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Boyd and Edgar
Boyd are here from EI Paso, guests at
the St. George. ,
The young women of Marfa are pre
paring invitations for a dance to be
given at the Marfa opera "house on
Mrs. A. O. Hubbard was called to
Teuigtry, Tex., by her daughter. Mrs.
E. Winters, whose little child was seri
ously ilL They left for Del Rio for med
ical treatment for the child.
Globe, Ariz., March 25. Mrs. Milton
Fisher is at the county hospital in a
dying condition and her husband is
lodged in the county jail with a shoul
der blade broken. Such is the resuit
of a family quarrel late last night,
near the old Dominion smelter. About
8 oclock Fisher went to his wife's
room where she was staying with a
. neighbor and persuaded her to accom
pany nim to nis nome. Alter tney nao.
reached his house he began quarrel
ing with her, she said, and becoming
enraged he drew a razor from his pock
et and began slashing his wife. In
trying to take the razor from him, Mrs.
Fisher was badly cut about the hands
Weakened from "the loss of blood
and the struggle with her husband,
Mrs. Fisher fell prostrated on the
ground, after which Fisher struck her
on the left side of the neck, about an
inch below the ear with his razor,
leaving a cut about three inches long
and an inch deep.
Realizing what he had done Fisher
ran and jumped headfirst in a well,
landing 75 feet below. Neighbors hear
ing the wife's screams went to her
rescue. Later Fisher was rescued from
the" well and taken to the sheriff's
office, where a physician attended his
It Is said that the family had been
quarreling for some time and that Mrs.
Fisher refused to live with her hus
band. They came to Globe a year ago
from British Columbia.
It is reported at the hospital that
Mrs. Fisher has a chance lor recovery.
Her husband is violently insane and is
continuously praying fo rhis wife's recovery.
FOB EL PASO
Just received at Ardours rancy live
hens, nothing like them in town.
SCARLET FEVER REPORTED
AT CAIjIBASAS. ARIZONA.
Whooplnp: Cough Prevalent Among
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I - And Personal Mention.
Nogales, Ariz., March 25. News from
Calabasas, a village nine miles from
Nogales, is to the effect that nearly all
the children in the community are
stricken with scarlet fever. No deaths
have been reported.
Whooping cough is prevailing among
j the children in Nogales to such an ex
j tent that the board of school trustees
j may find it necessary to close the
school for a few days.
Mayor Arnold, of Cananea, is in No
gales, accompanied by attorney Canale,
Mrs. L. I. Temple and little grand
daughter Evelyn Temple, spent several
days in Naco.
Mrs. B. M. Ashby and little son Rollo
have returned from a trip to Guaymas.
East El Paso Contributes a
List of jNaines to Help
Get a Square Deal.
Proof that if there was to te a war
with any country on the face of the J
earth and president Taft should call for
volunteers, ne woum iind enough willing
re-ruits in El Paso to fill the ranks of
an army that could send Sam Hill to
Happy Hunting grounds and then some,
is given in the ready responses to calls
for volunteer census takers. All w ill have
to work like soldiers In the field, for It
is trying work which it rewaided only
by the knowledge that El Paso is to
have "a square deal."
Walter Clayton, who divides his time
between his aldermanic office and sell
ing feed for hungry horsemen, has not
only volunteered to take the census of
the block In "which he resides but will
also procure the names of those living
on the block in which his businebs house
Each day a list is brought in giving
the names of those who will push the
tvork of securing a correct census of the
city and the latest additions are from
East El Paso, showing a number of
bard workers, as follows:
Booth, D. C. City hall.
East EI Paso Addition.
A Rand, Manuel West side of South
B Rhodes, E. P. 3012 Rivera St.
C Ascott, Charles 3130 Rivera St-
D Price, Edward 3216 Rivera St.
E Miller, Gid A. 3302 Rivera St.
F Bock. C. F. L. 2426 Rivera St.
G Batholomae, E. J. 3510 Rivera St.
Maloue, S. A. 361S Rivera St.
Parks. E. C. 2914 Pera St.
Russel, Wni. 3010 Pera St.
Kinnie, Clarence T. 3101 Rivera
El Paso Women Are Flndjnp: Relief at
It does seem that women have more
than a fair share of the aches and
pains that afflict humanity; they must
''keep up," must attend to duties in
spite of constantly aching backs, or
headaches, dizzy spells, bearing-down
pains; they mn'st stoop over, when to
stoop means torture. They must ,valk
and bend and work with racking pains
and man'' aches from kidney ills.
Kidneys cause more suffering than
any other organ of the body. Keep
the kidneys well and health is easily
maintained. Read of a remedy for
kidneys only that helps and cures the
kidneys and Is endorsed by people you
Mrs. E. L. Nichols 1220 Texas street.
EI Paso, Tex., says! "The results I re
ceived from the use of Doan's Kidney
Pills were. so satisfactory that it is im
possible for me to praise ihem too
highly. For a long time I was troubled
by backache and was hardly ever fiee
from a difticulty -with the kidney se
cretions. Often sharp twinges darted
through my kidneys and I was also dis
tressed by headaches. Learning of
'Doan's Kidney Pills. I decided to try
them and procured a box at Kelly &
Pollard's drug store. They iproved to
be just what I required and In a 'short
time completely cured me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
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"What is more appropriate than a dainty
water-color neatly framed in narrow gilt,
or a hand iUumined Easter motto ? When
you thinlc of gifts, think of the Eeldman
Fred J. Feidman, 308 San
Ei Paso Trunk Factory
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice, across
Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 1966.
is a feature.
M l EASTER STYLES IjM
216 S. El Paso St.
7 "Wallace. TV. Y. 3505 Rivera St.
8 GIbbs, O. F. 361S Pera St.
9 Shobe, "W. H. 3620 Alameda Ave.
10 McDuffie, D. E. Corner Copia
1 11 Hoid, Ed 3402 Alameda Ave.
12 Allen, R. E 3314 Alameda Ave.
13 Rhoten, TV. E. 3216 Alameda Ave.
14 Perolio, M. 3118 Alameda Ave.
15 Donnolly, J. P. 3029 Pera St.
16 Lyter, H. S. 2919 Pera St.
17 TVolverton, G. O. 2909 Alameda
IS Dws-er, S. J. 3005 Alameda Ave.
19 Briesh, Paul 3119 Alameda Ave-
20 Bock. C. F. I. 3202 Alameda Ave.
21 Collins, TJ. .T. 2316 Frutas St.
22 Croswhite, C. D. 3413 Alameda
23 Johnson, Wm. 3526 Frutas St.
24,Edmiston, O. H. 3627 Alameda Ave.
26 JLange, Ed 3505 Frutas , St.
27 Downs. Willie (c.) Corner Rosa
and Luna Sts.
2S Frledl, Frank 3310 Rosa St.
29 Quinn, John 3212 Rosa St-
30 Gemoet5!. iJ L. Corner Frutas
and Estrella St.
31 Pinto. Rev. C. M. Corner Frutas
and San Marclal. ,
32 Proprietor' Wabash hotel Piedras
33 Gallan, Peter 2910 Durazno St
35 Liles. TV. R. 3122 Durazno St.
40 Patterson, Concha (c) 3620 Du
41 TVeinbrenner, Manzana and Copia
44 Hammond, Chester- A. 3309 Du
45 Craig, 2C. S. and D. 3205 Durazno
46 Celum, George 310 San Marclal!
47 Powell. A. A. 3015 Durazno St.
48 Alberthal, H. A. 2924 Manzana
49 Boatwright. B. TV. 412 N. Piedras
ALP1XE 3IAX IXJURE5
HA.Vd OX SATVMILL.
Alpine, Tex., March 25. N. S. Mur
phy, 'manager of the Gage ranch, had
his hand badly mashed while working
on a windmill.
A. S. Hall and wife, of Boston, Mass.,
have returned to their home after visit
ing their son, Francis, at this place for
a few days. ,
Mrs. R. A. Egbert left recently for
-Salido, Colorado, to join her husband.
They will in future make their home
Miss Mary Lee Hays, of Mineral
TVells, Texas, is visiting her uncle, TV.
Miss Lena Fletcher, who has been
visiting relatives in Alpine, has gone
to El Paso, where she will be the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. TV. TV. Turney.
An enjoyable party was given by
Mrs. A. M. Turney at her .home on the
west side of town in honor of Misses
Lena Fletcher and Mary Lee Hays, who
have been visiting in Alpine for sev
Mrs. M. T. Chastain spent a few days
in Marathon visiting her son Earl ana
MOBS RAIN FALLS
AT CARLSBAD, N. M.
New Settlers Arrive and
ment on Banehes.
Carlsbad, X. M., March 25. Another
fine shower of rain fell in this sec
tion of the county which will assist,
materially, the good resulting from first
rains. The heaviest portion of the
rain fell on the plains country. Imme
diately east of Carlsbad, and extended
in a southwesterly direction across the
farming portion of the valley south of
town, and as far west as the foothills
Its greatest benefit will be to the grass
which is now getting a good start.
, Capt. E. L. Bujac, chairman of the
board of county commissioners, is
spending a few days at his ranch in
the mountains northwest of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hicks have arrived
in the city from San Francisco for a
visit with the parents of the latter,
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bitting.
Joseph Nash, of Oklahoma, has ar
rived in this city with a carload of
household good which he Is placing in.
his new home on a 100 acre tract of
land which e purchased from I. S.
Osborne, southwest of the city. He
&lso purchased a tract of land about
10 miles south of the city which will
be farmed by his' son. He is a prac
tical farmer and will practice intensi
fied farming on his new land.
T. S. Webb is erecting a five room
home on the 160 acre farm which he
purchased a short time ago, southeast
of town. The superstructure Is about
completed and he expects to occupy it
as soon as the plasterers and painters
have their work completed. It is an
alfalfa farm, a portion of which will
be devoted to small fruits.
G. J. Meyer, of Pine Bluff. Ark., has
commenced the improvement of his new
farm south of town. He wiU plant it
in alfalfa and affelaria. which Is a
new crop to be planted with alfalfa
in this section. It grows wild In the
valley and when planted with alfalfa
will doubtless produce one of the finest
feed crops yet grown in this part of
All lubricating and refined oils guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction for
purposes recommended. Gulf Refining
is Poisonous !
It not only impairs the fla
vor of your desserts, but it
harms your digestion as well.
Burnett's Vanilla is not
only absolutely pure and
healthful, but it gives a rare,
rich, delicious flavor that is
decidedly different from any
other extract. It costs no
more than the ordinary vanilla.
Insist upon your grocer send
SUES FOR DIVORCE AND
CUSTODY OF CHILDREN
Guadalupe Roman Bauer has filed suit
for xlivorce airainst Josenh F. Biuor in
the 34th district court on the grounds
ui cruei Lreiiuiieiii..
The plaintiff alleges that she and the
defendant were married in El Paso in
June, 1904. and lived together tmtil
Jan. 21, 1910. The plaintiff further
asserts that there are two children,
Louisa, 2 years old, and Johnnie, 1 3-ear
old, of whom she seeks the custody.
ohe also requests that the defendant
the compeled to pay her 6 per week for j
the maintenance of herself nnd children I
until the divorce suit is decided. She
also asks for a division of the com
munity property, bein"- a residence on
lots 13-14. block 35. Magoffin addition.
Jennie Bauer, alias Juana Bauer, is the
style of an exparte action in the 34th
district court by -which John Bauer, the
father, seeks to obtain the custody of
his 15 year old daughter from Guadaluoe
Be sure to get the best Ask your
grocery for Gulf Refining: Co.'s coal oil
TEXAN SEES PRESIDENT
ABOUT TEXAS JUDGESHIP.
Washington, D. C, March 26. C. TV.
Ogden, of San Antonio, by appointment
yesterday visited president Taft at the
white house regarding naming a suc
cessor to the late federal judge Bryant.
Ogden said he was pleased with the
interview, but refused to say whom he
thought would obtain the office. It is
believed here that J. G. McBrady will
receive the appointment
DO YOU WANT
DO YOU WANT
DO YOU WANT
CLOSING OUT SALE
OF PIANOS, ETC.
A Gooa Mandolin for $1.40
A Good Violin for $2.65
$350.00 Schiller Oak Upright Piano
$275.00 Bishop Piano, Mahogany,
Case, used, for $125.00
$375.00 Stuyvesant Piano, Mission
Case, new, for $225.00
$500.00 Crown Piano, Walnut Case,
used, for $140.00
$475.00 Pianola Player Piano, new,
$800.00 Steck Baby Grand Piano,
new, for $485.00
Piano Prices Include Stool and Scarf or
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Sunday is Easter of course you will be one of
the many to come out in a new spring suit. You will
want to look your 'best and with one of our elegantly
tailored suits you may be assured of joining the pro
cession of good dressers. We sell
This make of clothing has been the standby for years
of many of El Paso:s best dressed men. We want to
remind you today that never before have we shown
such a wdde range of choice. Come tomorrow and
select a spring suit of sterling quality at an attrac
all Pure Food
Friends Every Year
"We'll soon count you among them.
It' s iust a matter of time. More and
more housewives are erivins: uo the old-
style, high-priced. Trust-made Baking
tPowders. Thousands are turning: to
fcOUHCESiWi One trial does it. You'll never go back.
opealc to vour crrocer. J-ignter. sweeter
baking or monep refunded. Far bet
ter. Costs much less. You wont
believe it till you try for your
25 Ounces fo? SS Cents
Jaques Mfg. Cc.
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