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EL PASO HEUALD
Friday, April 8, 1910,
WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW
Our meats are from Corn Fed Cattle only. It speaks
Ardoin's Peerless Roll
Roast, juicy and rich
3 lbs. for
Pickled Beef Tongues,
Best Veal Stew, milk
fed, per lb
Leg of Mutton,
only per lb
Choice Mutton Stew,
only, per lb
Fruits and Vegetables
Anything and everything only the best and fresh
Green Chili. large,
Young Bed Radishes,
3 bundles for
2 lbs. for
Choicest Mince Meat,
3 lbs. for
Water Cress, 2 large
per bunch O w
Pickled White Onions, 1
per pint AijO
Young Green Onions,
3 bunches for
Fresh Texas Ranch Eggs,
2 dozen for
Don't forget to try our Creamery Butter, Ardoin's
"Sunny Side Special." It's the very best.
Phones 800-801-802. Auto 1800.
UNITED STATES ILL NOT IWIPDSE
MAXIMUM TARIFF ON MY 111!
m. n j A tsoJIt the maximum tariff should apply
All UOUIiTIieS -tt-t-c JC ICiiULV , to all countries which discriminated
and Are Sfot Discriminat
ing Against Products of
Washington, D. C. April S. -Maximum
tariff rates will not be enforced
ag-ainst any nation, according to ad
vices now being sent out to collectors
One by one the (tariffs of other coun
tries were examined by the tariff board
and from these it -was found the United
States was not being- discriminated
The Payne-Aldrich bill provided that
against the United States or its prod
ucts. The situation -with regard to Canada
gave rise to apprehensions on both
sides of the boundary that trade re
strictions distasteful to both peoples,
and possibly provocative of bad feel
ings, -would be the outcome. The con
ferences that have engaged the atten
tion of the highest authorities of both
countries happily resulted at the last
moment In an understanding! by which
both governments "save their faces"
and find a way to continue on the old
footing as to trade.
Federal officials here are of the
opinion that every customs officer In
the country had a feeling of relief on
receiving the decisive word that one
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on tile
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
m, Jtf x M
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Bright's
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
-out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
will convince you that Pineules will do all we
eTflfm for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineules are put up in two sizes; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar size contalaa
IK times as much as the 50 cent size.
JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A.
Sold by Knoblauch Drug Company.
Nothing mm Ik
And it is the very kind of
meat that has made this
market so popular for
those who demand good
meat," because they know
that at all times they can
get the best meat; more
over, the prices are not
fancy. If you want the
best meat at "let live
prices" jlist try this market once.
tariff rate would apply to importations
from all countries. It is not likely that
any relished the complications a dis
criminating: tariff would bring: and the
labor incident to the campaign of edu
cation that would be necessary before
Importers could get accustomed to a
condition so different from anything in
All Countries Friendly.
From time to time for several months
the (tariff board completed the examina
tions of the tariff laws of one or sev
eral nations and reported to the presi
dent, who made proclamation of the
finding. The instructions sent out from
the treasury department make it certain
that the proclamations have been or
will at once be made to include all the
nations of the earth.
As most nations allow their colonies
to make their own -tariff laws, there
are not only the tariffs of mother coun
tries, but of numerous colonial depend
encies,, that have been taken under con
sideration. In all about 150 countries
or states mak tariff laws.
American customs officials have had
no experience with any provision like
that which the Payne-Aldrich law con
tains in the way of discrimination.
There was in the old law a provision,
which is retained, that imposes a 10
percent ad valorem additional tariff on
goods brought in the ships of nations
that discriminate against American
ships, but as no nation does this the
provision i enforced against none.
The discriminating rate of 25 percent
ad valorem duty additional would be a
difficult one 'to compute. If it simply
were adding 25 percent to the amount
of the duty, it would be easy, but a 25
percent ad valorem duty would-be add
ed to every importation regardless of
whether the listed" duty was an ad
valorem or a specific one.
A long list of importations now pay
specific duties. Chemicals, salt, lumber,
all liquors, "hay. potatoes, wheat and
other grain, are among these. Most of
these are among the imports from Can
ada, and if, as until within a few days
there was reason to believe would be
the case, there were a maximum duty
on goods from Canada, the customs of
ficials would have had an interesting
time of It.
Aside then, from allt questions of gov
ernment policy, the reason for the sat
isfaction felt in official circles that it
is not going to be necessary to enforce
the provision, 1 obvious.
$ LOO to $5.00
A PIANO FO
MADE AT CLIFTON
El Paso Contractor Complet
ing Office Building and
Clifton. Ariz., April 8. The new ad
dition to the general office building
of the Arizona Copper company, which
Is being built by contractor W. G.
Jolly, of El Paso, is rapidly nearlng
completion. Already the office force
has taken possession of its new quar
ters, and,the remainder of the work
should be finished in a few weeks.
vThe new addition is an extension of
The old building- that practically dou
bles its "size, both upstairs and down,
the same style of architecture being
followed, though the interior decora
tion of the entire building is being al
tered. The A. & N. "M. railway general of
fices occupy the ground floor of the ex
tension, while the second floor will be
used chiefly by the engineering de
partment. When completed it will be
the best general office, building in the
Just beyond the general office a new
assay and mineralogist's office Is being
erected which will be fitted up with
the most modern machinery. In general
style it is the same as the main build
ing. "Mr. Jolly is also rushing his force
to complete the work on the Clifton
armory. This building was started
over a year ago by a local contrac
tor, but the work was stopped owing
to a shortage of funds, leaving the en
tire "interior unfinished. For a time
Roy Emenheiser, of Courtland, has
painters worked till 10 and 11 at night.
The armory has a large drill hall, 64x
75 feet, and is fitted up with a modern
stage with dressing rooms in the
basement. The front of the building
is two stories, containing office and !
store rooms below and club rooms j
above. Captain E. C. Ord, TJ. S. army, j
retired, who Is inspector general of j
the territory, while on a tour of in- i
spection last month-,' said that It wa- j
the largest and best equipped armory i
In the territory. The estimated cost of j
the armory building is $15,000.
Miss Joy Gray, who at the last count
led The Herald popular voting contest,
is highly pleased with the efforts her
many friends and admirers are mak
ing to secure votes for her.
And A Good One, Too.
A Qenuine Clos
ing Out Sale
Only Eleven Pianos Left
If you expect to buy a Piano within
2 years, buy NOW and save from
Fischer Pianos, Stuyves-
ant Pianos, Bishop Pianos,
Pianolas, and Pianola
SOLD ON EASY TERMS
101-103 EI Paso St.
JUAHEZ SALOON" MAX
ARRESTED IX EI. PASO
R. A. Smith. "proprietor of the B. & L
bar in Juarez, was arrested this morn
ing on a warrant issued by justice
"Watson and sworn to by L. M. Norrls.
a former partner, chargiug him with
misappropriating $280 of the complain
ant's money in September. 1909. He was
released on $500- bond pending a prelim
PISTOL CARRYING ALLEGED.
Santiago Overman was arrested by
policeman Glover of the Broadway beat
Thursday night on a charge of carry
ing a pistol.
Is a man who can't see good in any
person or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If you find that
you are beginning to see things through
blue spectacles, treat your liver to a
good cleaning out process with Bal
lard's Herblne. A sure cure for con
stipation, dyspepsia. Indigestion, sick
headache, biliousness, all liver, stomach
and bowel troubles. Sold by all druggists.
GAS EXPLODES IN
Brewery Worker's Clothes
Are Set Afire and He Is
- Severely Burned.
Chihuahua, Mexico, April 8. Carlos
Raaseh. a young German emploj-e of the
Chihuahua brewery, was quite badly
burned, but In no wise fatally.
Mr Raasch, in the line of Iris duties,
was cleaning beer barrels and as usual
thew the fire of a torch Into a barrel.
The foul gases, something out of the
ordinary, exploded and the flame blew
back into his face, burning him quite
.severely, setting his clothing on fire and
causing him to fall off af the terrace of
barrels. He was.stunned by the fall and
when help reached him his burning
clothes had burned his body quite severely.
Best in the World
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Specials For S
Prime Rib Roast, only
:. 12'2c jreS'pCT..lb:...,..2i
Loin Steaks, per lb. J 7!h- Shoulder Roast,
om7 per lb.
Smoked, Fresh or Pickled Tongues, each only.
Phone Bell 136 213 K-Stanton St.
T. 31. C. A. MEX" PRACTICING
FOR 'THE BIG CIRCUS
Many Feainren on Prosxam Betides the
Funmaking; Clowns Street Page
ant To Be GorsreouK.
It's coming Dingalics's circus. Watch
for the grand street pageant, elephants,
wild men. It's coming!
RrPn' TllfVl 'flirt nn..r-mn T1S
gallng's circus are practicing in the
Y. M. C. A. gymnasium, where April 15
and 16 the big show will be seen. The
acrobatic training takes the most time
and patience and the twirlers are at it
There are going to be some mam
moth features; 16 high school girls in a
Highland fling; 60 boys in a wand drill;
a Dutch dance by six young men; and
the funmaking of 15 clowns.
About 100 in all will participate. The
El Paso military band will play during
the two evenings. A special feature will
be a tug of war between six huskies
from the El Paso foundry and as many
from the E. P. S. vT. shops. A
silver loving cup will be presented the
O. O. IVTattox, of the Torreon Enter
prise and wife, arrived "this morning
from Mexico and are at the Grand Cen
tral. Mrs. Mattox and baby will leave
this evening for California and Mr. Mat
tox will remain in the city a few days.
Fast Color Eyelets
W. L. Douglas shoes are the lowest
price, quality considered, in the world.
Their excellent style, easy fitting and
long wearing qunlities excel those of
other makes. If you have been paying
high prices for your shoes, the next time
you need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes
a trial. You can save money on your
footwearsmd get shoes that are ju3t as
good in every way as those thet have
been costing you higher prices.
If you could visit our large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you would then understand vhy
they hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than other makes.
CA.BTIOS-W. I. Donplas name and pnee Is
Etaniped on the bottom to protect tlie warer aeatnst
high prices and inferior shoes. Tuke .n Siibmti
ttitc. If W. U Donclash's are not ior kUp in vonr
Ticinity. write for Mail Order Catalog W.u DotaSf
E. C. PW & SON
221 San Antonio t.
114 A FOOT
Euys Bargain On
E Hear Boulevard m
I see imm TODAY 1
THESE After Supper Sales are object lessons illustrations of the un
equaled shopiDing advantages of this store examples of price-making
that is possible only in stores that buy and sell the vast quantities of mer
chandise that are handled in this store.
Our corps of buyers, constantly in the eastern markets, is always on the
lookout for good items for these Saturda Night Sales and you reap the.
benefit of their savings.
Hemp Mesh Shopping Bags
Strongly made shopping bags, "large and
roomy. Just the thing for suburban shop
pers. A regular 40c value, 7 to 9 r -t
o'clock (limit one) each -.. .."1C
Men's Silk Pour-in-Hands
Men's Eour-in-Hancl Ties made of extra
quality fancy silk in a splendid assortment
of good colors; 50c values; 7 to 9 Q
o'clock (limit two) each JliZfC
Belt, Sash and Collar Pins
Gunmetal, oxidized and old brass, new de
signs, studded with large and small imita
tion amethysts ; regular $1.00 and $1.25 val
ues; 7 to 9 o'clock (limit two) i q
The best qualities at " little
less" prices has won for
these Saturday Night Sales
the appreciation of careful
WOODLAND VIOLET AMMONIA
Bradlc3''s Toilet Ammonia Water, large
size bottles worth 30c regularly; from 7
to 9 o'clock (limit one bottle) - Q
each JL J C
. EUTHYMOL TOOTH PASTE
For cleansing and preserving tiie teeth.
Tubes -worth regularly 2oc; on s,ale from
7 to 9 o'clock (limit one) A
each 1 it
COLGATE'S TOILET SOAPS
Colgate's soaps are famous for quality.
Regular 10c cakes, assorted perfumes, on
sale 7 to 9 o'clock (limit three) f
SANIT0L FACE CREAM
Improves complexions, cures chaps and
sunburn. Regular 25c jars on sale from
7 to 9 o'clock (limiu one) " . ft
Satin and Taffeta Eibbons
All silk satin and taffeta ribbons, in a large
variety of colors, 4 to 6 inches wide. Regu
lar values up to 40c; 7 to 9 o'clock - q.
(limit 5 yds. to each customer) a yd X C
A LOT OF TUB DRESSES
Picked Up By Our New York
Buyers at Trifling Cost; Offered
As An All Day Saturday Special
Pursuing our policy of sharing with
our patrons any special bargain that our buyers
secure, we offer to our Saturday customers a splen
did money-saving opportunity in this lot of dress
es for summer wear at practically half price..
This special lot consists of 495 dresses made of
linene, linen and rep, many of them hand
somely embroidered, coat dresses in neat
styles; lingerie styles in plain and fancy lawn
and dimity. Lace yokes and lace and em
broidery trimmings are generously used. The
true values are up to $6.00. (TVe limit each"
customer to two at the special price)
SOME ALL DAY SATURDAY SPECIALS
KayserJs Silk Gloves
All silk -double finger tipped, in the two-clasp and
twelve and sixteen button lengths. The lines of
sizes find colors are slightly broken. Styles A s
worth regularly up to $1-00. a pair T"fciW
All short lengths of our best ribbons, plain and
fancy, from 1-2 to 4 yards in a piece are offered as
an all dny Saturday special
Patent Leather Belts
Special line of (patent leather and elaslic "belts in.
black, white and the most wanted color3; a q
regular 65c values ......'fOC
Summer Neckwear : -
Verv daintv stvle Jabots, of stviss trimmed with
prefaty laces. Regular 25c values; all day
Saturday, each .
Xearly 200 remnants of plain color chiffon and fancy
mesh veiling, from 1 to 2 "LJliT Dmo
yards in each niece, at IlAll JL J.G
Until 12 O'clock -M-
Another lot of those
Trousers that your
boy will need for ev
ery day wear th'is
made of extra qual
ity ikhaki, for boys
of 4 to 15 years. A
regular $1.00 value;
only, a pair
ALL DAY SATURDAY SALE
Boys ' 'Indestructible' ' Suits $4.95
Just the clothes for the 'ruff on clothes" boys. Xotice the
special features, heretofore neglected in making boys clothing.
Seams reinforced with linen
tape; pockets of strong
silesiaj patent canvas
fronts that will retain their
shape; buttons sewed to
The manufacturer of the
'Indestructible &uit" joins
with us in guaranteeing
them in every particular, as
represented. A new suit
free if -any seam gives way.
Linen taped seams through
out; full linen lined fronts;
linen pockets; heavy patent
extension waist bands;
large extra reinforced dou
ble seat, Bessemer style;
patent cant-come-off but
tons. THE CLOTH
SpeciaUy selected for wear
resisting qualities which
will insure strength and
Special Saturday $4.95
Also a splendid line of boys' spring suits, dressy styles
with two pairs of knickerbockers; all sizes t OEt
from 4 to 15 years; special wO
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