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Friday, April 8, 1910.
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I It's to
to Boy that Suit Now
TVTiile you are delaying the purchase of that spring
suit I just want to remind you that we have about 50
of those suits left which we advertised last week.
Values as High as $32.50
Your Choice Tomorrow $20.00
If you buy your suit now you can get more service
out of it because our clothes give service and retain
their shape and are the most stylish. By purchas
ing now you have an unusually large line and im
mense variety of styles to select from. "When you
come to buy that suit, why not let us fit you out com
plete with everything for summer wear, such as hats,
cravats, shirts, hose and underwear? .
I want to call special attention to our shirt de
partment' I giye you a perfect fit, especially in
sleeve length. We alter them to fit you without any
SO Dozen Gulf Skirts, All Colors,
Ypur Choice Saturday 50c
You must se this bargain to appreciate the good
I would also like to tell you of all the new things
we have in 'stock which you cannot find in any other
store in El Paso. There is nothing in men's wear
that we have not got. . .
Won't You Give Us a Call
A Public Benefit
; El Paso People Greatly In
terested in the Generous
Offer of the People's
Drug Store and Kelly
The people have already demonstrated
that they -would rather trust a man
who is naturally honest than one who
is honest only because he had to be.
The People's Drug Store and Kelly &
Pollard have firmly established repu
tations for square dealing and sterling
honesty. When they told the people
that Rexall Remedies are the purest
and most dependable me'dicines that it
is possible for modern science to pro-
) duce, and that they would tell the
public what each one of these 300 or
more remedies contained, and that they
sold Rexall Remedies 'on their personal
guarantees that they would give en
tire satisfaction or they would not cost
the user a single cent, they were be
lieved. Ever since this announcement the
People's Drug Store and Kelly & Pol
lard have been largely patronized by
"the people buying Rexall Remedies, all
of which proves that these stores have
the confidence of the people and that
honesty is the best policy.
There is no "cure-all" among the
Rexall Remedies. There are different
and separate medicines, each one de
vised for a certain human ailment or a
class of ailments closely .allied. For in
stance Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are
recommended for the positive relief of
stomach irritation, indigestion, flatu
lency and dyspepsia. They are rich in
Bismuth-Subnitrate. Pepsin and Car
minatives. They are prepared by special
processes which perfect and enhance the
great remedial value of these well
known medicinal agents. This remedy
j sells for 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00 per
I package. Every one suffering from
1 stomach disorder should try Rexall Dys-
fpepsia Tablets, inasmuch as they cost
nothing if they do not satisfy.
Remember, The People's Drug Store
and Kelly & Pollard store are the only
stores in El Paso where these reme
dies may be obtained.and every one in
need of medicine is urged to investigate
and take advantage of the frank and
generous manner in which they are
tors Listen to Attorneys
Washington. D. C, April 7. When
I the Ballinger-Pinchot investigation
was resumed today, attorney Brandeis
protested against letters written by
secretary Ballinger last week com
plaining of the numerous wholesale
calls for papers made on. his depart
ment by the attorney for the prosecu
tion. The secretary characterized Mr.
Brandeiss course as a "mere fishing
Mr. Brandeis complained of the de
lay in the interior department in pro
ducing the papers" requested and char-
t acterized Mr. Ballinger's position as "a
remarkable reersal of ideas."
Attorney Vertees in reply declared
that counsel for the prosecution was
"fishing" because the main case against
secretary Ballinger "had failed in all
"Fishing," remarked representative
Ollie James, amid laughter, "don't hurt
nothing unless you catch something."
The discussion was ended by the
adoption of a motion by Mr. Denoy
calling on the secretary of the in
terior to produce all the papers called
for by the committee "with all due
Andrew Christensen, chief of the field
division of the land office, who suc
ceeded Glavis at Seattle, said Glavis
took a number of papers away -with him
and declined to let Christensen see them
until he had made copies. When the
papers were finally returned, the wit
ness said he found that 24 letters men
tioned in the receipt of papers were
-missing from the files.
Sol fit Berg
206 San Antonio St.
DOCKETED OX CHARGE OF
PASSING WORTHLESS CHECK
J. Powers was arrested Thursday
night and docketed at -the police station
us a suspicious character. He Is charg
ed with having given a check for $5 to
Mrs; A. L. Roberts, proprietor of the
Pullman rooming house and having re
ceived ?2 from her after leaving his
suit case in a room which he had rent
ed. The check was found to be worth
less and in 40 minutes after the detec
tives had been notified, they httd placed
him under arrest.
BELL PHONE 116.
jet an occupant for that vacant
I mSk El Paso
Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio St.
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. F. P. JONES, V-Pres
A. F KERR, Cashier LEER. CREWS, Asst. Cash'r
Has Anybody O"
Here Seen Kelly
ling by Jorak Bayes
. Victor Record feoll3 J-inch, 75c
, The greatest Irish song hit in years.
Sung by the same jolly, popular Nora y
, Bayes, who, as an attractive colleen with
a delicious brogue, is making the biggest
kind of a success with it in "The Jolly
Miss Bayes has signed a contract to make
records exclusively for the Victor.
Hear this record today
Any Victor dealer will gladly play for rou
this gTeat hit which this favorite comedienne
has sung- into popularity.
And be sure
to hear the Victrola
The Victor catalogue is replete with both sinele
and doable-faced records. The only difference is
in price. Buy double-faced if the combination
New Victor Records are on sale
at all dealers on the 2Sth of each month.
"Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J.
To get best results, use only Victor Needles on Victor Records
4 Seven Boys, Arrested in
Juarez, Promise Jefe
They Will Keforn.
Seven young" Mexicans, and their sev
en fathers stood before the Juarez court.
It -vvas one of the most unique arraign
ments in the history of the court-
6omantlante Ponce de Leon was In
possession of a strange periodical -which
caused all the trouble. The paper was
made up in news journal style with
date lines and all. It contained type
written reading matter, and was illus
trated with small camera pictures past
ed in the columns. As it was filled with
immoral verse and prose. 4he police
chief decided to find its source. Inves
tigation disclosed that it was the first
issue of a magazine to be distributed
from hand to hand among the youths
of the city. SfeverCboys, the eldest 14
years of age, and all of good family,
were arrested. Jesus Flores, the eldest,
admited printing the papr on a type
writer, and Juan Tellez to taking the
photographs. Others implicated were
George Garcia, Edward Castanedo, Jose
Telez, and David and Gustave Alarcon.
Jefe politico Portillo talked a long
time to the boys in the presence of their
parents. He read the law covering the
case, and gave the youths a strict cur
tain lecture on decency- At the end of
the jefe's talk, young Flores stepped
before his 'desk and made a pretty
speech, saying that, he for one intended
to reform.. And then the fathers fol
lowed by their 'sons filed out. The
youths looked sad, for they knew that
it had just begun.
Saturday and Monday
$10.00 suite, fine worsted,
$S.50 suits, high grade
$7.50 suits, pure all wood
5G.50 suits, nice line of
$5.00 suits, good quality,
on sale at
$4.00 and $3-50 suits for
Strong Hne of all wool blue ? J? fi
serges $3-50. $5.00 and.... PO.OU
Special on Boys Suits
BOYS' WASH SUITS
$2.50 wash suits for boys d - QC
3 to 6 years, special tj 1 Z)J
$2.00 wash suits, come in (ft J p
large range of colors, for. . . J JL UU
$1-75 wash suits for boys d -f A g
on special sale -. . V? ?J
$1.50 wash suits, good, strong assort
ment of styles, (fr "I O f
$1.25 wash suits, exceptionally good
values at regular price, QQ
$1.00 wash suits, all fresh,
new stock, for.
2 special lots of Wash, suits,
new, fresh stock, for 50c and.
MAKES GOOD SHOWING.
ONE LITTLE WANT AD
DID THE WORK
It Sold a Home in East El
Paso Before tlie Entire
Herald Edition Was
Thirty-fire cents sold a home in 121
Paso yesterday. The -35 cents were in
vested in a Herald want ad.
On Wednesday afternoon J. W. Harm
of East EI Paso, advertised his house
and lot for sale and before The Herald
edition was -off the press, H. J. Berdrow
called at the address given and a few
hours later the home was sold The
cost of the ad to Mr. Harm was 35c
and the instructions were to run the ad
four times, when it was inserted yes
terday. "Stop that ad of mine," said Mr. Harm
to The Herald this morning. "The first
insertion sold my house. The Herald
want column is ythe best for results I
The story of the deal is just one of
those cases reported to The Herald
every day. Many such transactions
occur each month. If you have anything-
for sale, want to rent a house or
In fact If there is anything you want
or if you have anything you do not
wantt The Herald want columns will fix
It's an effective and economical meth
Capt. James IV. Taylor returned this
morning from a trip to the cities jof Chi
huahua and Mexico, and leav trtav- fn
his hog ranch at Nueva Casas Grandes. !
Inspector 3Iny Recommend Removal to
ZVew Location More New Settlers
Sulphur SprlnjcK Valley.
Courtland, Ariz.. April S. United
States postofflce inspector Dutton is in
Courtland Investigating the postofflce
situation here. It is generally supposed
that he will recommend the removal of
the office from the temporary location
to the patented townsite near the two
depots. He is also looking over tha
several roads in the Sulphur Springs
valley, leading into Courtland, as the
new postoffices to be established In
the valley will be supplied from the
Courtland office. This office is one
year old this week and Is not sur
passed by more than two other fourth
class offices in the United States.
F. C. Booth has returned to Court
land after several months spent In
Guaymas, Old Mexico.
Roy Emenhelser, of Courtland, haas
taken a position as assistant manager
of the B. A. Taylor store at Gleeson.
B. P. Russell and wife,, of Missouri,
Vio-l4 hftftn lookins- over the Sulphur
Springs valley with the idea of locating .
near uouriia.nu. icj a..- mv.
guard of a large number of prospec
tive settlers from that state.
Mrs. Speed, who has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. McKean, has gone to
San Diego, California, to spend' the
Jacinto plaza just as president Taft was
October 16. 1909. will also be called fori
trial uuring mai. ...
Mrs. E. S. Norton leav
a three months visit to
es Saturday fo
Try a Herald want ad.
PRUITT GAMBLING CASE IS
SET FOR TRIAL IN 31 AT
Ik the Bartender Arreited.on Strensta
of Svldence Printed In The Herald
Murder Cao Also Set.
County attorney VC. TV. Bridgers said
this morning that the case of Johnny
Pruitt, the bartender at the Apex bar,
will not come up - for hearing In the
county court until the first week in May
as there will not be a jury called before
Prultt is charged with receiving bets
on the races which were run at the
Juarez track, the arrest having been
caused by the publication in The Herald
of his offence.
The case of Noel Morgan, the 14year
old boy charged with the murder of
Lawrence WImber, a companion In San
DUBLIN BOY MANGLED
GONE TO CONCLAVE
Herald Representative With
Bunch Will Keep City
Preceded by a carload of -burros,
two carloads of Shrlners from El
Maida temple left El Paso on the G. H.
Thursday evening for New Orleans,
Shere they will storm the convention
id boost Bl Paso.
The members of the baby temple of
the Shrine expect to do things in New
Orleans, and as The Herald VTIger
Clas" will be published each day en
route, there is bound to be an abund
ance of good nature and boostitis all the
way to the Crescent City.
N. M. "Walker, representing The Her
ald, accompanied the Shriners and there
will be plenty of news for El Pasoans
regarding the doings 'of the red fez cap
men each day.
IN E X PLOSION:
ES FROM HIS INJURIEI
Accident Occurs in Construc
tion Work of the Mexico
Victims Brought to El
W. G, WALZ COMPANY
PIONEER MUSIC HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1881
SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS
Victor Talking Machines and Records
Edison Phonographs and Records
Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Catalogs and Price Lists Furnished on Application
T. S. 3Iaxey, Presiding.
S. T. Parrlsh vs. the Texas and Pa
cific, suit for damages, still on trial.
Francisco Sllva vs. El Paso Electrio
Railway company, suit for damages;
compromised at cost of defendant
J. R. Harper, Presiding.
Boberto Rodriguez, burglary; pleaded
and sentenced to serve ctto years in the
Frank Loraine, burglary; with jury.
Frank Loraine, burglary; acquitted.
Leek Thaddeus, receiving and con
cealing stolen property over -the alue of
$50; on trail.
A. 31. Walthall, Presiding:.
J. L. Hansen vs. Simon KInsella, suit
on debt; on trial.
Ed Simpson vs. E. P. & N. E. Ry. Co.
et als, suit for $10,000 damages for per
sonal injuries, filed.
A. S. J. Eylnr. Presiding.
K. N. Boynton vs. EI Paso Valley Wa
ter Users association, suit for damages;
E. H. Watson, Presiding.
B. A. Smith, embezzlement; released
on $500 bond
XEGRO CHARGED AVITH BURGLARY.
Bichard Smith, a 12yearold negro, is
in Jail again on a charge of burglary.
He was arrested by policeman Glover
Thursday night and. docketed on a
charge of burglarizing a negro barber
shop near the corner of Santa Fe and
Fourth streets, from -which a- suit of
clothes -were taken.
Colonia Dublan. Mex., April 8. A
frighaful accident occurred onrthe rail
road construction In which Elvin Mick
lesen was mangled in an explosion and
a Mexican was so badly Injured he died
a short time later. One of Micklesen's
legs will have to be ampuated, and his
face Is so burned and bruised that his
features can hardly be recognized.
Will Young was cut and bruised
abot the head and face, but his injuries
are alight in comparison with some of
the otirs. Two or three other Mexi
cans andftor two other white men
were more orJeas seriously injured, it
is reported. S
Mr. Micklesen ami Mr. Young, fathers
of the two injured "boys, both went to
the camp and tried tobrlng them down,
but they soon found thbWthe boys could
not ride, so a stretcher -as provided
and Micklesen was carriedUn it to the
railroad, where a special carried hiro
and the wounded Mexican toipwn.
Elvin was taken to El Paso l'or med
It is said that they were about to set
off a blast and that Elvin Micklesen
struck a match to the fuse before all
the preparations had been completed.
It was impossible for them to get out
of the way. Dr. Cowley took charge
of the wounded men.
When the train arrived in Dublan. n
number of Elvin MIcklesen's compan
ions and friends ran to meet him, but
when they saw him so horribly mangled
one of them fainted and some of the
others turned away deathly sick.
Ren Payne's baby Is very ill.
Mrs. Durrffee is very ill.
Mrs. Ivis Call Farnsworth has a baby
Mrs. Etta Moffett of Cuidad Juarez
has a baby girl.
HAS LEG- BROKEN
IN BUGGY WBJEEL
Boy Injured at Colonia Pa- j
checo jlore Acreage
Colonia Pacheco. Mex., April S
While returning to his home, the 5 year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Martineau, of Colonia Pacheco, had his
leg badly hurt. In some way his foot
was caught in the wheel of the buggy
being driven by his father and his less
was twiste'd around the axle, breaking
the bone above the Kiiee and severely
straining "the knee and ankle.
His mother. Mrs. Josephine Martineau,
was somewhat bruised and an infant
in her arms was thrown between the
wheels of the buggy," but escaped se
'The people of Pacheco who are not
busy at farm work are out to Mell
Womers camp helping him.
' More wheat and oats will be planted
this year than ever before in the his
tory of Pacheco.
All kinds of grain and provisions are j
higher this year than they ever have
been since the colony has been settled,
and the farmers intend to take advan
tage of the rise and have provisions to
The prospects for fruit are llattering,
although the water has frozen outside,
the peach and plumv blossoms show no
slfn of serious injury. The apple trees
are not yet In bloom so they are safe.
Til" citizens of Pacheco are taking
steps o instal a system of waterworks.
It is proposed to pipe the water from
the canyon to the settlement.
TWO YEARS FOR BURGLARY.
Boberto Rodriguez pleaded guilty to
the charge oXb"rSlan: in the 34th dis
trict court ThHfsdny and was sentenced
to serve two ye.Vs in the state peniten
Of 0 (tm
b&r9 h&0?0 yC&i
Most persons, even those "who are ordinarily strong and Healthy, need a
tonic and "blood purifier in the Spring. Some have no particular ailment, hut are
-weak, dehilitated and run-dorm. Winter life vrith its decreased amount of out
door exercise, and the fact that cold -weather has kept the pores of the skin closed,
prevented the proper amount of waste and refuse matter from l)eing expelled
i"rom the system. These impurities entering the circulation have thinned and
weakened the "blood, and the hody therefore does not receive a sufficient amount
of hlood nourishment. The general bodily "weakness, tired feeling, fickle ap
petite, poor digestion, etc., show how anaemic the hlood has hecome. Frequently
skin .diseases, pimples, eruptions, etc., break out and this is evidence of the im
purity of the circulation. S. S. S. is the best Spring tonic, because ft is tha
greatest of all blood purifiers. It is the only medicine on which you can "yely to
supply the system with the needed tonic effects and at the same time purify" and
enrich your blood. The use of S. S. S. at this time may save you from a long
snell of sickness, and it will certainly prepare you for the strain of the loWt
bot Summer. S. S. S. is made entirely from roots, herbs and barks; is is Nature's
tonic, pure and healthful. It regulates digestion, tones up the stomach, im
proves the appetite and promotes strong, vigorous health. This will be your best(
Spring season if you use S. S. S. for your tonic. ;
. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. t
could divide their
expenses into the same
large sales if they could buy leaf
in the sam.e huge quantities if they
could give their workmen the same steady
employment, there would be more cigars
as good as the
5 c Ciar
If we made less of them we'd have to make
wore on them. But steady sales of millions a year
justify the purchase of entire crops, make possible
the maintenance of enormous warehouses whereoorj
of tobacco can be ripened, until all the harshness is
aged out, and enough reserve stock held in storage
to protect us against off-years when the tobacco isn't
up to standard. That's why the Henry George is
alweys delightful, always satisfying and always good.
In every case in town and aHead in every case.
The Clubhouse is banded the Perfect is not
NILE5 & MOSER CIGAR CO., Distributors
Telephone Main 3500
all Pare. Food
Jaqnes M. Ca
Inproviding the family's meais-don't
be satisnea wiui any uimg uul uic
best. KC is guaranteed perfec
tion at a moderate price, it
makes everything better.
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