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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, March 26,-1910.
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s)A 'J JpT Bisbee, Ariz., March 26. James Hooe, IJlPif
VA tJffyVj ife -$1" a yu?S" miner, attempted to commit sui- as! A,
jy- " - cide by taking- poison, according' to au- tSv1f J
". , thorities, -when he learned that his llf
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Pay our store a viat and let us show you the
latent slyles in
and you'll be no longer in doubt. No ouW
ready-to-wear shoes can be compared with
them fcr dainty style nor for the perfect fH
and canifort insured by Regal qaarlei'sizti.
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Bisbee, Ariz., March 26. James Hooe,
a young miner, attempted to commit sui
cide by taking- poison, according to au
thorities, -when he learned that his
sweetheart Tn Greensburg, P.O.. had .mar
ried a rival. He "was soon out of auger,
but is still despondent and refuses to
go back to -work.
A bold attempt at burglarj- took place
at a grocery store recently opened. While
a -man kept the proprietor engaged, a
confederate of his succeeded in getting
i out of the showcase five boxes of cigars.
A barber, who, from his shop, was
watching1 the maneuvers began to yell
for the police, but before any officer
was on the ground the burglars ran
away and so far they have not beeu ar
rested. Whether Kansas or Missouri Is the
better state, was the argument which
caused a quarrel and nearly caused the
killing of a man. Because his sunny j
Missouri had been underestimated by F.
Mahon, of Kansas, J. Lewis resorted to
his fistic ability, sending Mahon head- j
Jong across 4the track while a street car ,
was going at full speed. Fortunately j
the car was stopped in time to prevent j
a terrible accident. Mahon fainted nhen j
he saw the car coming upon him. !
At a meeting of the city council the
members took up the fire department j
1 rtiiooMrkn rt-V?r liac rnnK1nl "RicVif fnr A I
time and even threatened a strike of j -wasting anl -weakening conditions, n
firemen. A decision was taken to make fofcpn as directed.
j the paid fire department a reality ana j
! to dispense with the services of chief J
j Richard Davis. B. W. Norton, at pres-
ent deputy sheriff, has been appointed !
chief of the department.
At the request of a number of busl-
Marvelous Cure Effected.
Doctor Perlie of the IT. S.
Navy Prescribed Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey For
His Mother and It Be
stored Her to Health.
"Two years ago I had peritonitis, and J
alter recovery i naa inaigesuon. oi me
worst form. I tried all kinds of medi
cines and tonics that did me no good.
I was so weak that I staggered while
walking the streets. Mv son. Doctor Fer-
lie, of the U. S. Navy, ordered me vo
take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I took
one bottle, but as other Physicians dis
couraged me I gave it up. After a while
H- again concluded to try the whiskey
and used, four bottles. It aired my in
digestion, my strength and physical vig
or were restored ami I am now in per
fect health. I can safely recommend
the nvhiskev a-s a certain specific for in
Mrs. R. A. Perlie, 1512 Pacific Ave., Atlantic
8 S8SS5&aa& Ti
Mrs. R. E. Perlie.
digestion and its attendant ills.
City, X. J.
has to its credit fifty years of public service- It is the result of years of careful
work and is an absolutely pure distillation of carefully malted grain. Overworked
men, delicate ivomen and sickly children -will find in Duffy's Pure ZMalfc "Whiskey
the -health and strength-giving parts that are so necessary to them.. It is a wonder
ful remedy in the prevention and oure of consumption, pneumonia, grippe, bron
chitis, coughs, colds, asthma, malaria,
lo-w fevers, stomach troubles and all
SoLturdy Night srid
In addition to these Bargains, Easter
sale on all Silk and Lingerie Dresses.
Big values Saturday night and Monday.
For El Paso and vicinity Tonight
and Sunday fair and cooler.
For New Mexico North, showers
this afternoon cr tonight and freezing
temperature; Sunday fair. South, to
night and Sunday fair and colder.
For west Texas Tonight and Sun
day unsettled weather; showers in north
portion tonight or Sunday; colder to-1
night in north portion; colder Sunday.
ness men the council decided not to is
sue any licenses for peddling. The li
censes of the small vendors all expire
Vprll 1, and as they cannot be renewed
the peanuts and other stands will soon
disappear from Bisbee.
Messrs. "Wllmoth and Neale have fi
nally agreed for a match race between
their horses to take place at the Coun
try club race track on April 10.
need ol advice, write Medical Denart-
ment,lDuffy Plait Whiskey Company. Roch
ester, New York, statins your cuse fully. Our
doctor will send you advice free, together
with a valuable illustrated Hiedical booklet,
containing rare common sense rules for
p. Tv. Dent, examiner of titles for
the reclamation bureau, has returned
after a visit -with relatives at his fo
mer home in Tennessee.
bH GAGD FIH Hi UECl
HOTEL IN EL
health, which you cannot afford to be with
out and some of the many thousands of erati
fying letters received from men and women In
all walks of life, both old and joung, -who
have been cared and bsnefited by the use of
this great medicine and who continue to en
Joy good health. Sold by druggists, grocers
gcd dealers, or direct, $1.00 a large bottle.
Men Interested in St. An
thony, of San Antonio, to
Yisit City Chamber Di
"When "Vr E. Anderson visited San
Antonio recently he met some big hotel
people of the Alamo city. Naturally,
the El Pasoan talked hotel from an El
Paso point of view.
But Mr. Anderson did not have to
talk very hard. It was assured that
Swearengen & Son, who built and man
age the new St. Anthony hotel, already
liave their eyes on El Paso and Hous- veto of the board
ton. A member of the Chicago firm
soon will visit El Paso with a view of
erecting a large hotel here.
To Entertain Hotel Men.
At a meeting of the chamber of com
merce board of directors last night, Mr.
Anderson told about it, and everybody
seemed very pleased. Hotel talk held
the conversation for a long time. Burt
"Orndorff addressed the meeting. He
told about the trainload of New York
and Baltimore hotel men who will pass
through tha city April 9 and to on thr
way to the Los Angeles convention. He
suggested that the ' chamber of com
merce become busy to entertain the
"Hotel men can do a city more good
than almost anybody," said Mr. Orn
dorff, and everybody seemed to agree.
Also it was suggested that some of the
biggest" visitors might be interested I
in El Paso as a place to locate. It -was
agreed that the hotels have made San
Antonio. The chamber entertainment
committee will join -with the local hotel
committee in arranging some lively and
interesting entertainment for the SO vis
itors. New Plnn for Membership.
It was to have been a membership
meeting last night, but things didn't
seem to membership very well. The
board, discussed an important amend
ment to the bylaws, and passed it. From
now on there will be no cut and dried
classification of merchants who must
pay a set sum for entrance. The ques
tion of dues will be honestly put up
to the individual applicant, subject to
This system, it Is
believed, will add to the chamber ros
ter names of many small merchants now ?
unable to join the organization.
To Exhibit at Chicago. '
It was decided that El Paso must
have a creditable exhibition at the sec
ond annual United States irrigation ex
hibition, to be held under the auspices
of the Chicago Tribune at Chicago. The
matter was referred to the agricultural
and horticultural committee, with rec
ommendation that Las Cruces and Me
silla be solicited to join with El Paso
In showing -what the valley can pro
duce. A delegate -will be sent to the Pan
handle Stockmen's association conven
tion at Amarillo, to try and secure the
1911 convention for El Paso.
Many of the board of directors wP
visit Las Cruces on governor's day,
SUE CONTESTANTS ARE STILL
LEADING IN TODAY'S VOTING L
Contestants in All Districts Are Advised to Keep as Near
The Top of the List as Possible Aggressive Can
didates Always Eeceive the Most Hearty
The standing of contestants today is . we will send both sets to any contestant
remarkable for the showing which is
being made by new contestants and
contestants who have only had nominat
ing votes heretofore. Tne contest is just
started and no contestant has as yet
enough votes to give them a decided ad
vantage at the finish. Miss Goldie Blu
menthal at Douglas has only been in
the contest a week, but her vote has
already reached over 36,000. Today is
the first appearance of George TV.
Acres at Ton eon, Mexico, and he has
15,500 to his credit. Several new con
testants have entered from district No.
2, where there are some of the best
towns in the territory. District No. 3 has
for the first 10 new yearly subscrip
j tion3en: in.
Note Special prize .offers do not af
fect in any way the awarding of the
j regular prizes. No one is barred from
winning a regular prize on account of
having received a spcciai prize.
Context District No. 1.
Includes all of west Texas (outside of
El Paso), and the territory adjacent to
the National Lines of Mexico, in Mex
ico. R. H. Mullineaux, Madera, Chih.,
Mrs. H. "W. Townsend, Alpine, Tex. 43,670
Mrs. T. D. Miller. Franklin. Tex.. 37,295
Long Kimono Specials ,
$6.50 fancy Jap silk, d yf QS
on sale at "STeaO
$5.00 fancy Jap silk, dbyji g g
on sale at prt J
One special lot of all dQ C"l
silk, for J)3OU
$3.00 long crepe ki- rfo ng
mono, fine style, forP
$2.50 long crepe, rf QQ
large range of styles P X
$2.00 long crepe fine d fl 7
pattern, on sale at . . P X 4 I
$1.50 long crepe $j
kimonos, on sale . . . tj) J. tiuU
$1.25 long Kimonos, satin and
sateen, choice f O
Some special lot of long kimonos
at 89c, 75c, l?f
White Lawns and
121-2c 40-inch white 1 A
lawn, special JLC
15c 40-inch white lawn 1ft
20c 40-inch white lawn
1 special lot of 15c 1 1
India Linon A A C
1 special lot of 25c 1 Q
madras for AJC
2 yards wide all linen 7Q
Sheeting for O C
Sheets and Sheeting
and Cases -1
Saturday ITight and
9-4 Pepperel sheeting, worth 30c,
10 yards to a customer, Qg
for per yard OC
9-4 Pepperel sheets, 75c value;
limit 4 to a customer, J Q
9-4 iron clad sheets, worth
73c; 4 to a customer, f 7
42-inch good fair heavy
weight, Big Stick, for . . A A C
42 -inch Pepperel, worth to 17 l-2c,
12 to a customer, i Alfm
Two of the hest brand of 121-2c
Dress' Gingham that is made,
Toile Du Xords and Bed Seals, 12
10 yards of good Apron Check
Gingham, 10 yard limit, ,?
10 yards 'of the well known Lons
dale, 10 yard limit, QA
1 special lot of long cloth, 121-2
yards, on sale at 10c d - ff
or piece P A VU
1 special lot of long cloth, 15c
value, on sale at 13c d A g
or piece P A HtJ
1 special lot of long cloth, 20e
value, on sale at 16c i0 ff
or piece t$)fcvvl
5 Big Specials in ladies'
SMrts for Saturday and
$12.50 skirts, includes voiles and
chiffon, Panamas', and other ma
terials, Q .
$10-00 skirts, including voiles and
panamas, Aw j-
$8.50 skirts, embraces big line of
voiles and panamas d fICf
$7.50 skirts, come in voiles, pan
amas and colored. "Jf C
wool, at pdcw
$6.50 skirts, large range in voiles,
panamas, and colored p OP
skirts, for t)00
Full line of all wool panamas at
$3.50, $4-00, $4.50, tt j-
Boys' Wash Suit
$2.50 wash suits for boys 3 to 6
$2.00 wash suits, come in large
range of colors, -j p
$1.75 wash suits, for boys, on
$1.50 wash suits, good strong as
sortment of styles, d 1 Ojf
$1-25 wash suits, exceptionally
good values at regular QQ
price, for i70C
$1.00 wash suits, all fresh, new
stock, Q j
2 special lots of -wash, suits, new
for 50c, and DOC
Tomorrow Promises To See
World's Record Broken
At Cowboy Park
Judging' from the results of the roping t cent bronco busters to have a joy ride.
contests at Cowboy Park, Juarez, this
afternoon, tomorrow may see the
world's record broken. The El Paso
public will be given the greatest treat
ever known in steer ropingj bronco
busting and steer riding.
The management has secured a car
load of the wildest and swiftest steers
ever taken off a range and they sure
have speed. Great, big wide horns, long,
lean, lank bodies, built for speed and
steers that have nepr before been
caught by man, born on the great range
of one of the largest ranches of old
lexico and secured especially for, these
And for real fun and enjoyment come
and see some of the boasting boys who
claim they can bust the worst outlawed
bronco ever born.
"We have the .real broncos, some nice
gentle fellows, Tvhich want and invite
Then again you can see some ten
derfoots" on the back of those gentle(?)
refined(?) steers of the wide, horn va
riety, come galloping past the grand
stand, bowing and tipping those nice
opera hats to the encores of the audi
ence. The large advance sale of tickets
gives evidence of the many visitors that
are in town and the big interest taken
by the public in the great western
Street cars run direct to the grounds
from little Plaza. Tickets can be se
cured up to 6 oclock tonight at the fol
lowing places: Crawford theater box
office, Happy Hour theater box office;
Gem Cigar stand; Ward's Pharmacy;
Primm's cigar stand, Lobby cigar stand;
A. E. Ryan & Co., and Orndorff hotel.
Tomorrow is the last and biggest day
with a program jam full of real sport
not done much this time, but letters ! Miss Minnie Campbell, Marfa. Tex. 35,775
from contestants there promise a good
showing next time the list is published.
H. M. Walker, of Morenci, still holds
the lead with an even larger margin
than he had last time the vote was pub
lished. He is working every day and
his vote shows the value of consistant
The order of standing of the leaders
is not materially changed today, Mr.
Molineaux, of Madera, holding second
place, and Mrs. Townsend, of Alpine,
Keep Your Xame at the Top.
The list of votes is now being pub
lished regularly twice a week and all
candidates are requested to send in their
reports every day. In this way you will
show a regular increase in your votes
and your friends will know that you are
out hustling to win. Try to either keep
ahead or to keep your standing as near
ly as possible to that of the leaders. You
cannot drag behind and then expect your
friends to come to your assistance at the
last minute. If you continue to keep
your vote low they will think you are
not making the proper effort and will
give their support to somemore aggres-
George Baber, Chihuahua, Mex... 22,300
George W. Acres, Torreon, Mex..l5,50o
Calhe Stansell, Sanderson, Tex... 12,060
Martin Montoya, Santa Barbara,
Mex .. ...... 8,190
Miss Dora Graham, Del Rio, Tex. . 5,500
Mrs. Geo. R. Shannon, Marfa, Tex. 515
Miss Glen Jones, Monterey, Mex. .
Miss Lela Stamps, Stanton, Tex. .
Ruth McDonald, Marfa, Tex
Miss Alice Dolan, CHnt, Tex
Mrs. F. L. Riley San Antonio, Tex.
Miss Bertha Petross, Marathon,
Miss Edna Shields, Alpine, Tex..
Miss Ned Burham, Marathon, Tex.
Contest District Xo. 2.
Includes the following: Otero, Lin
coln, Torrance, Eddj', Chaves, Roose
velt, Curry, Quay, Guadalupe, San Mig
uel, "Union, Colfax and Mora counties, dn
New Mexico, and the Panhandle coun
ties in Texas.
Miss Edith E. Cameron, Alamo-
gordo, N. JVL 20.0S0
Miss Ruth Childers, Dalhart, Tex. 20.030
Miss Maude E. Shaff, Tucumcari,
. M .......... 14,675
Miss Stepphana Prager, Roswell,
N. M 500
O. H. Ray, Ft. Sumner, N. M 500
Miss Iris Alford, Clayton, X. M.. 500
Wm. Mackey, Montoya, X. M.... 500
J. M. Mitchell, Roswell, X. M 500
Mrs. J. "W. Smith, Dalhart, Tex... 500
Miss Mollie Carder, Amarillo, Tex. 500
"W. H. Weaver, Ft. Sumner, X.M. . 500
Miss "Vera Carter, Tularosa, X. M. 500
Contest District Xo. 3.
Includes the following counties in
New Mexico: Dona Ana, Luna, Grant,
Sierra, Socorro, Valencia, Bernalillo,
Santa Fe, San Duval, McKinley, Ta1s.
Rio Arriba and San Juan.
Miss Fay McKeyes, Dealing, X. M. 26,225
Bob Roberts, Las Cruces, X. M...24,20fc
Mrs. Chas. W. Marriott, Silver
City, X. M.... 6.530
Will M. Roberts, Hillsboro, X. M. 5,690
Mrs. C. F. Kanen, Santa Fe, X. M. . 3,515
Miss Mary Ldvesay, La Mesa,
X. M 1,500
Miss Fannie Blake, San Martial,
X. M 1,050
WV R. Hammel, Socorro, X. M 1,001
Mrs. Annie H. Baldwin, Engle,
X". M. ..
Jeff Hightower, Portales, X. M. 2.'700 ! I,.,
In a nice respectable way those Inno- ' and fun. Don't miss it.
Dant Buy Electric Fans
When You CanRent Them
The Stand&rd Electric Co.
107 S. Stanton St.
sive contestant. Demonstrate to them Cradd'ock'RulV CarisbadX Ar ?
that von a out tn -nrin nH , -in -raaaocK -KUie, carisoaa. is. M.. 7.0o0
mo vn,,r ,w r, ni " 7 - ",- -Irs- H- K- -L11. Corona, X. M.. 7,000
rir c uu m Mrs. J. W. Dwight. Estancia. X. M. 5,500
Each Contestant rn tv, Iiss J5atie Ross' Ttiban, X. M.r. 5,500
While it is not possible for every
contestant to win one of the grand
prizes, The Herald is offering a special
prize which can be won by each and
every working contestant in all the dis
tricts. To encourage early effort on the
part of all candidates in the Popular
Voting Contest The Herald will keep
track of the new yearly subscriptions
sent In by each contestant and as soon
as six have been received will present
to the fortunate contestant erther an
eight volume set of Masterpieces of the
World's Literature, or a ten volume set
of the works of Rudyard Kipling. Just
think of it you only have to get six
people to take The Herald for one year
and you get absolutely free your choice
"i. . xu voiume set of Kipling or a
Edward L. Foulks, Deming, X. M..
Mrs. Thos. C. Hall, 'Hillsboro,
Contest District Xo. 4.
Includes all of Arizona, Sonora and
the west coast of Mexico.
H. M. Walker, Morenci, Ariz 75,600
Miss Goldie Blumenthal, Douglas,
dress suit won't be needed the night
f March 26 also, asbestos wearing
aiiporel of any kind is strictly barred.
We promise you that all your wants
will be ministered to on the night of
the 16th in a kindly way and bcotherlyi
spirit,, that you will never forget. Tou
are assured that no noble will think
of hurting you they wil do that with
You should disabuse your mind in ad
vance that It is the Aurora Borealis
that you are seeing. This can be seen
only in the polar regions.
Former nuvices have profited by the
advice to chow speed when spoken to.
Keep your temper no one else wants
Don't ask for anything-
will be handed you.
Smila if you feel like it, but don'i
make a loud noise.
Don't say when you will be home
you don't know, and we don't care.
Frank C. Houston, of Detroit, and
Frank Ford, of Battle Creek, Mich.,
have left for their homes. They wera
Jn El Paso for several days attending
to business affairs.
Drops Dead at Grave.
Pittsburg", -fa., Dlarcn 26. While
sttailding at the grave during the funer
al of his" son, Louis Zeller, aged 62, civil
war veteran and. Indian scout with CoL
W. F. Cody, dropped dead, the body
verything partly reclining in the open grave.
A FEW DO
LATE OUT-OF-ORDER KIDNEYS.
Ymir TTlfiTlfiVS Will a.fTfc firm r Sland affected, and completes the curs
" I before you Teallze it
and the most severe Bladder
misery simply vanish.
If you take several doses of Rape's
Diuretic, all backache and distress
Elsie Harrington. Globe, Ariz. ...23,7S0 ;rui" ""'"""V ei rt Jli
Joy Gray, Clifton, Ari! 7,540 I youbIe IU vanlsh' and ?ou H1 feel
Miss Adelaide Soto, Wdllcox,
Ariz....... ....... 2,735
Catherine Xelson, Douglas, Ariz.. 2,550
Miss Lucille Xeumann, Xogales,
John R. Sneed, sjombstone, Ariz... 2,410
Mrs. Frank J. Duffy, Xogales,
Ariz .. 2.395
Mrs. Grant Robbins, Solomonville,
Melvin Parsons. Douglas, Ariz... 625
Miss Beulah Smithson, Mowry,
Miss Ada Boscoe, Roswell, X. M. 2,600
Miss Lulu Fiske, Moriarlty, X. M. 2,00
Mrs. H. D. Xichols, Tucumcari,
N. M 1,530
Mrs. M. Sweet, Clayton, X. M 1,100
Miss Susie States, Hagerman,
Miss Mary Thorneau, Dayton,
X. M ....
Darl E. Wharton, Tularosa, X. M. .
Mrs. S. E. Davis, Grady, X. M
Mrs-Margie Benton. Elida, X.M..
Miss Pelagia R. Baca, Santa Rosa,
Miss Jessie Ramsey, Tolar, X. M. .
Mrs." Margaret Kellv, Cuervo,
Roy Home, Dalhart, Tex
R. S. Riggs, Amarillo, Tex
j Miss Lizzie Damron, Thatcher,
Mrs. Geo. Allen, Duncan, Ariz...
Mrs. L. A. Godfrey, Pearce, Ariz...
TvfT- Tns TiVrinklfn. Gleason. Ariz.
Mrs. Jos. Wilkins, Duncan, Ariz..
Mrs. Milton B. Huston, Ray, Anz.
Mrs. L. F. Judds, Pima, Ariz.....
Mrs. J. A. Heap, Guaymas, Mex?..
eiant volume-set of Masterpieces. Or, Miss Ruth Demick. Amarillo, Tex.
Popular Voting Oentesf figjg Qomm
Contest Editor, El Paso Herald.
I vote for .
Bist. No State or Ter
Trim this coupon on the black line and mail it to CONTEST EDI
TOR, EL PASO HERALD. The name of the person you desire to
vote for must be written on each coupon. Coupons must be mailed
flat and not rolled.
GOOD FOR 5 VOTES
XOT GOOD AFTER MARCH 31, 1010
HAVE NO PARADE
Merely Begin the Initiation
With Good Adyice to
For the first time in many, many
moons, since first the Shriners of the
El Paso valley have Deen accustomed
to cross the hot sands, there will be no
caravan preceding them today. It has
been decided not to hold any parade this
Twenty applicants for the Shrine
were approved at a business meeting
held Friday night and this evening
they will cross the sands of El Malda
The program, which is printed in red
and black on j'ellow paper, shows a
stork bringing a novice to El Maida
temple, on the inside cover, while the
front cover is properly decorated with
a novice held over a roaring pit, sus
pended by a rope, while a large pair of
shears threaten to cut the rope. On
the reverse cover is shown another
prospective Shriner shooting out from
a bottle of extra drj- on his way to
tho moon, which is pictured as a mem
ber of the temple.
"Dear Kbbes: May you live as Ion
you want and never want as long ns
you live," is the inscription on this
cover, while other good advice Is con
tained in the folder as follows:
It is well to keep in mind that your
Lame back, painful stitches, rheuma
tism, nervous headache, dizziness. Irri
tability, sleeplessness, Inflamed or
swollen eyelids, worn out, sick, feeling
and other symptoms of sluggish In
active kidneys disappear.
Uncontrollable, smarting, frequent
urination (especially at night) and all
bladder misery ends.
This unusual preparation goes at
once to the disordered kidneys, bladder
and urinary system and distributes its
healing, cleansing and vitalizing influ
ence directly upon the organs and
The moment you suspect any kidney
or urinary disorder or feel rheumatism
pains, begin taking this harmless med
icine, writh the knowledge that there la
no other remedy at any price, made
anywhere- else in the world -which. wiU
effect so thorough, and prompt a cura
as a fifty-cent treatment of Papa's Diu
retic, which any druggist can supply.
Tour physician, pharmacist, banke
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pape, Thompson & Pape, of dn
cinnatij. is a large and responsible
medicine concern, thoroughly worthy
of your confidence.
Only curative results can come from
taking Pape's Diuretic, and a few days
treatment means clean, active, healthy
kidneys, bladder and urinary wrgans
and no backache.
Accept only Pape's Diuretic fiftyJ
cent treatment any drus store asy-
where in the world.
A booklet given each
child on "Care of the
WE DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
References Ask Anyone. 0ur 9th Year in El P