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Wednesday, April 27, 1910.
EL PASO HERALD
Enjoy Your Meals
By Simply Eating A Little
Pleasant Tablet After
Each of Them.
GIT! CLEflK HIT
Expansion Sale Begins , Monday, May 2nd
Eobinson Takes the Maypr's
Chair Fassett May Be
Although city clerk Percy McGhee
eays that he has not been offered a po
sition as alderman to succeed "W. F
Roblnson. Tvhen the latter takes the
mayoralty chair after the retirement of
Jos. IT. Sweeney, he is said to be slatcd
for the job.
Members of the inner circle are
known to favor McGhee and while an
attempt has been made to keep the
contemplated appointments sub rosa,
yet it has leaked out that McGhee has
been decided upon for the job.
Charles TV. Fassett. one time city
treasurer, but now engaged in audit
ing the county books, who recently
failed in business, has been slated for
McGhee's job as city clerk and will in
all probability get It. -
The office of alcerman pays only
$150 pej- ngonth while that of city clerk
pays 200, but the clerk must devote
all his time to the work of the city,
while an alderman is permitted to have
outside interests to which he can de
vote at least a part of his time.
It is expected that the change will
not take place for a week or more, as
mayor Sweeney and the city council, at
the present time are engaged in seek
ing a solution of the water works prob
lem and it is the desire of mayor
Sweeney to secure an adjustment of this
before his retirement from office.
Trial Pack- I
If you buy your refrigerator at
Springer's -this week you will get a free
ice book and the best refrigerator for
the money that was ever known. Two
carload to select from, every style im
KATIOXAD GUARDS ORGANIZE
COMEAX1 AT FORT SUMXER
A Tnblet Dgesis A Meal,
"When digestion is perfect the fluids
necessary to this process come naturally
to the aid of the stomach. They are ot
right proportion and do their wonc
speedily and well. When indigestion
and dyspepsia are prevalent, these same
juices come slowly if at all, are weak
and insufficient or are filled with
strong acids and alkalies.
When such a condition exists each
meal Is a hardship upon the digestive
organs. The meal should strengthen the
juices, but on the contrary it weakens
them, so that man by the very act of
eating causes conditions to arise which
of themselves bring him pain and loath
ing for the next meal.
By eating one or Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets you mix the tablet" with your
saliva and it goes into, your stomach a
strong, vigorous fluid, many times
more powerful than, the natural digest
ive juices. Theie tablets are made up
from natural vegetable and fruit es
sences and are composed from Hydras
tis Golden Seal, Lactose, Nux, Aseptic
Pepsin and Jamaica Ginger. There is
the formula" and one grain of it will di
gest T.000 grains of food in any stomach.
Beside digesting the food, it will give
the blood the power to enrich the di
gestive fluids so after a time nature
will take care of itself- Though you
have no stomach trouble one of these
tablets after each meal is a powerful
assistance to nature and is an excellent
habit to make.
Go to any druggist and ask his opin
ion of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. "W e
will abide his answer if he be an honest
man. They sell for 50c per package.
Send us your name and address and we
will send you a trial package by mail
free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stu
art Bldg.. Marshall, Mich.
Ornamental Trees at Lake Craning
Building of Office Roonus An
nounced Xew Justice of Peace
Fort Sumner, X. M., April 27. The
final steps are now being taken for the
organisation of a company of national
guards. The Fort Sumner cornet band
will be made an adjunct and will be re- j
organized, ana strengthened.
Mrs. Laura Williamson has announced
she will build an office building op
posite the .Judex corner. The building
will contain six suites. Work will be
commenced at once.
The trees set out around the lake
are growing. The other improvements
preparatory to opening the lake resort
The Sawkins building is to be used
as a dance hall and for a moving pic
Victor Anaya has been appointed jus-
tice of the peace in the precinct cut off
the west side of Xo. 12.
The Hensley bakery Is to be enlarged
and equipped with modern machinery.
X. M. C. A. ZOO OPEV TO
PUBLIC QX SATURDAY.
The city fathers of El Paso may
have trouble collecting animals for a
zoo, but boys of the Y. M, C. A. are
going to hold a big animal show with
out trouble. Every kind of a "critter"
from a mouse to burro will be accumu
lated in Xoah's ark profusion in the
T. M. C. A. gymnasium Saturday aft
ernoon and night. The boy's depart
ment of the association Is in charge
of all the work. Doors Tvill be open
from 3 to 9 oclock.
Superior Service All the Way
NEW ORLEANS '
4. Delightful Trip the Year Sound
Send for copy of handaome book,
UA Hundred Golden Hours at Sea"
Call on Local Ticket Agent.
i CUIUS FIELD
$3.50 Recipe Cures
Weak Men FREE
Send Name and Address Today
-You Can Have It Free and
Be -Strong and Vigorous.
I have In my possession & precsrlp
tlon for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened man-hood, railing memory
exd lame bsck, brought on by oxcsMta,
ttiiAat(r2 dram, or thts follies of
youth, that has cured so maby woru '
and. nervous mea ngai in tneir own
homes without any additional help or
medicine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
hae a- copy. So I have determined to
eend a copy of the prescription free of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope Jx any man who will write me
ior it. f
This prescription comes from a phy
sician who has made a special study of
men and I am convinced it is the surest
acting combination lor the cure of de
ficient manhood and vigor failure ever
I think I owe it to my fellow man
to send them a copy in confidence so
that any man anywnere who is weak.
B.nQ aiBbuuiacu Him icucnteu laiiures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I
believe n "the quickest acting restora
tive, upbuilding, SPOT TOUCHING
remedy ever devised, and so cure him
self at home quietly and quickly. Just
kirop me a line like this: Dr. A. B.
Robinson, 4049 Luck Building. Detroit.
!ich. and I will send you a copy of
this splendid recipe In a plain ordi
nary envelope free of charge. A great
many doctors wouia cnarge 53.00 to J
Ss.0H ior merely writing out a prescrip
tion like this but 1 send it entirely
Struck at Low Level "While
Drilling for Water Ex
pert Opinions Confirmed.
IF IT'S FOR
get it at j
215 San Antonio St.
TITLE TO MINING- T
The Copper King Company
Loses Bisbee Citizens
Go to JEurope Dog
Bisbee, tkriz., April 27. The case of
the Copper ICing Mining company
against Smith. Henklo & Brctherton
has been decided in the district courj;
in favor of the defendants. The case
concerned theitle to ten claims locat
ed in the "Warren district, adjoining the
property of the Copper Queen and the
Calumet & Arizona companies. A she!
600 feet deep and a good deal of under
ground "work was done on the property
which was xrlosed down pending the
Jos. McKeehan was bitten on the
right hand by his own dog. The wound
wai promptly cauterized.
With a big revolver in bis hands,
F. Rodrigues is alleged to have threat
ened to kill constable McRae who had
gone to arrest him. The officer dis
armed the man and took him to jail.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coleman left for a
tour of Europe. They will be back in
about six months. Mr. Coleman has
been a resident of Bisbee for 23 years.
I Benton, who was here after a trip
into the Sierra Madre mountains of
Mexico, stated he ran into a tribe of
hostile Indians and had to leave the
Colt" Weather Damaged Aprieota
Southern Pacific ConKiderinc: Ex
tension Bank Plans Building
Farmington, N. M-, April 27. Fruit
growers state the peach crop in Farm
ington county is absolutely safe, with
at least CO per cent loss to spare, not-
Jiminez, Mexico, April 27. Oil men
and engineers here are interested in
the reported discovery of petroleum in
the district northeast of here known as
the Bolson de Mapimi, in the southeast
ern nart of the state of Chihuahua. The
oil was struck at a depth of 500 feet !
in a hole some workmen were drilling
for artesian water at the western edge
of the basin.
The strike confirms the reports of
engineers and oil experts, who have pre
dicted that oil would be found in the
district, as asphaltum beds and the gen
eral formation of the country in the
Bolson de Mapimi is the same as over
the southwestern district. Heretofore
no serious -effort has been made to lo
cate oil in this region.
The oil lands of west Texas, at Toyah
and Pecos, which are being developed
by the Waters-Pierce company, are
thought to be in the same belt or zone
as the oil struck in the bolson, and no
doubt the Hearst oil lands in the north
central part of this state are on the
same belt. Oil lands in West Texas are
now selling at. $10 to $25 an acre.
1 W 1 " f 1
h underprice uttenngs
The Last Days
of April Replete wit
!HE month or April has been a remarkable one from a business viewpoint-one of the
most successful in the history of this store a month full of busy days. And. now. it is our purpose 10 make xne last enree aays
even more active to swell the crowds until the capacity of our store is taxed to the utmost. This is to be accomplished
through the all impelling power of low prices through the offering of merchandise of the "Popular" -quality at prices that
closely approach the phenomenal.
Silks, Linens and White
IN THIS SALS
THIS section presents a truly
wonderful array of bargains
of the "PoiDular's" unmatchable
land. It is our purpose to make
these last three days of April mem
orable ones to all who visit this de
partment. Everything in this de
partment will bear an underprice
Genuine imported Pongee, full 33 in.
wide, in the natural color. Our regu
lar $1.25 quality, special, Thursday,
.Friday and Saturday, RCIr
(We limit each customer to 1 pattern)
Genuine imported Pongee, 26 inches
wide, of unusually good quality, in" the
natural color, worth regularly $1.00 a
yard. Thursday, Piiday f7n
and Saturday, at ua
(We limit each customer to 1 pattern)
To complete the clearance of our guar
anteed spot proof, all silk foulards, we
offer all remaining pieces,- in the sea
son's best designs, the regular $1.00
quality, Thursday, Pnday
and Saturday, at
Extra quality linen sheeting, full 2 1-2
vards wide. Suitable for waists, suits
and skirts. The $1.00 quality,
three days' special, at ....'..
Imported Swiss Batiste, embroidered
small figures and dots. Colors, pink,
lavender, blue, tan and white, AQs
worth regularly 75c a yard r' w
Beautiful quality of mercerized Batiste
in plain colors, 45 inches wide, worth
regularly 50c a yard, f5 Ar
Yerv sheer and fine quality white mer
cerized Chiffon. For waists, dresses
and infants'" garments, 35c value, spe
cially priced, Thursday, 22c
Friday and Saturday d
Good quality white nainsook checks,
small and medium. Regular 7 C.
values up to 12 l-2c, special L "
SILK SUMMER FABRICS.
All our half silk dress fabrics, mulls, pongettes, Tussali
and Tussina silks, an a variety of changeable, plain and
figured effects, worth 50c and OQp
65c; special Jw
LINEN TABLE DAMASK.
Fine quality all linen Satin Damask. 72 inches wide, in
handsome designs. Uur .regular $x.to quality, nnfl
Our .regular $1.25 quality,
Fridav arid Saturday
MERCERIZED TABLE DAMASK.
Fine flushed, GO inch mercerized table danvask in
a variety of good patterns. Especially good for
restaurant and boarding house use. G5c value.
Special Thursday. Friday and A.'r
LINEN HUCK TOTfrELS.
Large size heavy -weight towels, finished ready for
use. Eegular 35c values; special Thurs- OO
day, Friday and Saturday'- t) C
The Daintiest of Dresses
p 1 J OD
Styles wortlr regularly
up to $22.50. specially
priced for Thurs. g? Fri.
RARE indeed are such opportunities as are ifierd in this
special item. Only our buyer's good fortune in seeming
the residue of a manufacturer's stock at -infinitely less than
the real value allows such an offering at this time. Xearly
three hundred of the daintiest of the dainty dresses for sum
mer are offered. Some are simply designed frocks, others
are elaborately trimmed, appropriate in style for afternoon
and evening wear. ,
v These beautiful dresses are made of net, swiss, linen, "Paris mousaeline, or-
ganaie, fine lawns and batistes"inl)othVhite andcolors. Many axe
daintily trimmed with" laces, some with 'embroideries and some are hand-
somely hand embroideredrPlain one-piece and overskirt styles are shown.
The real values are up to $2JJL5oT"E:rtra special for Thursday and Friday,
Extra Special for Thursday and Friday $13.85
Tailormade Coat Suits $19.85
Fifty tailormade suits, stylishly made of
excellent quality materials and lining, in
styles suited to street or for, traveling,
-worth regularly up to $29.50, spall
priced for Thursday and. tf 1 Q Q C
Dress Skirts $7.85
Panama, voile, mohair and novelty "wor
sted skirts, in black, -wiite and colors
very stylishly designed, for wear vith.
shift waists. Our best styles, tvorth
regularly tip to $12-50, speoial Thurs
day and ? (7 Qg
Extra Special in the Basement
SWISS CURTAINS Three yards
long with tucked and hemstitched
Tuffle. Extra special value, gQ
a pair 07C
TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS A va
riety of colors and designs, with ex
tra heavy fringe. 4-4 size, worth
75c; Extra Special, QQ
LINEN ATJTO AND BUGGY ROBES
made of extra heavy linen, worth
regularly $1.00; " 7Q
extra special 7
Galatea Cloth. 17 l-2c quality 12 1-2c
American Prints 6 l-4c quality... 5c
(Limit 12 yards to each customer)
finish, well made, with deep full
flounce. A $1.00 garment. ESQ
extra special wO,C
CHILDREN'S ROMPERS Fifteen
different styles, made of extra qual
ity gingham and madras, Af!
extra values at - TcO C
WHITE WAISTS Special lot of
women's white waists, a little soiled
in handling. Regular values A O
up to $1-50 extra special. .. .tOC
Dress Ginghams. 7 l-2c value 5c
Jtimono Challies. 7 l-2c value 5c
3-4 Bleached Muslin, 71-2c value, 5c
Two very special lots of
new fresh white lingerie
and tailormade waists, in
the season's best stvles.
AT d "9 C lawn, linen and
J) X J. O madras waists in
plain tailored and lingerie styles.
Regular $2.00 values.
AT 30 CQ extra handsome
P02 waists of linen
lawn, .madras, and batiste, scne plain,
tailored styles, others in fancy
lingerie effect. Real values up to
, 1000 Pairs of Women's Oxfords and Pumps
ON SALE IN THE BASEMENT
Another basement shoe sale! Another instance of the 'Popular V unparalleled bar
gain giving. One thousand pairs of women's Oxfords and Pumps, a manufacturer's
' surplus stock, purchased by us at practically half the real value, will be offered in like
manner for the remaining d&ys of this week. Every woman can be fitted in this
splendid lot of shoes all sizes and all widths are shown.
Women's oxblood. Oxford ties, welt sole,
Women's chocolate ankle strap Pump,
turn sole, 3.00 value
Women's oxblood calf, button, and buckle
Oxfords, welt sole, $3.50 jvalue
Women's tan Russia Calf ties, large eyelets,
welt sole, $3.00 vakie ....'
Women's Russia calf tan Oxfords,welt soles, A f
Cuban heel, $3.50 value .7 .77 ple02!
Women's novelty 'button and buckle strap
Oxfords, welt sole, $3.50 value
Sale of Children's Low Shoes
Three extraordinary lots of children's low shoes, new
styles, excellent qualities, a part of the special, purchase
of manufacturer's surplus stock. To save more .than
one third is quite worth while.
Child's oxblood noveltv Child's chocolate kid ankle
strap Pumps, neat, dressy
styles for the little folks.
Regular $1.50 values, ex-
tpecial cO C
Misses' mat kid ankle strap Pumps, light sole, very
dressy style. Worth regularly f A Q
$2.25; Extra special V i tO
button and buckle ox
fords, spring heel. A reg
ular $1.25 value, extra
The "Popular" $2 Special
This store, famous for its splendid shoe values, offers
another style which for appearance and genuine good
ness is positively without an equal. It's the
Special for Women"
made on the most stylish lasts, opplain viei or patent
leather and tan leathers, the pump or oxford styles, with
turn or welt soles, Cuban or military heel. All 3ies
and widths are shown in thi3 shoe.
MISSES' OR YOUNG LADIES' Oxfords and Pumps in
vici kid, -with low military heels, d f A
a pair' . ..4)i.OU
Women's sizes. 21-2 to S $1.50
blisses' sizes, 111-2 to 2 $1.25
Children's Sizes, 81-2 to 11 $1.00
Infants' sizes, 5 to S 90c
Infants' sizes,.2 to 5 50c
See Announcement, in Saturday's Herald
withstanding the recent cold weather.
All other iruit is safe, except apricots,
which will yield perhaps a half crop,
Smudge pots have not been introduced
into these valleys to any appreciable
extent. The acreage in Irish potatoes,
onions, grain and other crops will be
materially increased this season.
The San Juan County bank has pur
chased a 55,000 lot and will erect a
modern bnnlc building.
The Southern Pacific Railroad com
pany has several men in the field In
this vicinity actively engaged in clos
ing up minor details which point to the
early commencement of construction
work on their extension north from
Gallup to Farmington.
Contractors from outside points are
here to figure with the city on a con
tract to lay new sidewalks.
MBXlpAX OBEYS LAW
AXD CASE IS DISMISSED
Antoiio Gonzales, who keeps tftvo
cows aothe rear of his home, vas ar
rested by the police Tuesday on a
charge ol keeping a dairy Inside the
city limftf- The city ordinances per
mit a maA to keep one cow and Gon
zalez promised to dispose of one. The
case was dismissed.
THREE WOMEN DIE IX SAME
DAY$ COLOMA DIAZ XEAVS XOTES
Colonla Diaz, Mexico, April 27.
Three women died the same day in La
Ascension a little tonn near here. Grip
was the cause.
Anvell Gruewell has returned from
-Mexico City, where he has been doing
Earnest Homney leaves for a mis-
Mon to the northern states the first of
tho Johnson is nere visiting
relatives from Ciudad Juaraz.
Removal Sale Snyder Jewelry Co.