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L PASO HERALD
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Ail afternoon trains are reported e
Everybody is asking the question in El Paso today:
"Where will there be room for the increasing horde of
humanity to liye five, ten and twenty years from now?"
It will only be a short time before the commercial octo
pus will reach out and absorb all the breathing places
within two or three miles of the center of this city of ac
tivity. Then it will be necessary for those who desire
homes away from the clash and clatter and piles of brick
and mortar to seek some of the additions which surround
the city, or to locate in a place which Nature has so sit
uated as to throw before this far-reaching octopus an
Tou'll find just what you -want jrood
to eat in. our delicatessen., The nicest
meats cooked ready to serve.
Jackson's Sanitary "Grocery
Dr. Cameron tot reliable dentistry.
Try Johnson's meals. 612 Mesa.
Taft Holds Conference.
"Washington, D. C, May 7. Immedi
ately after his return to the city pres
ident Taft began a series of confer
ences regarding- ihe status of. his rail
road bill in the two houses of congress.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, over Guarantee
shoe store. Auto phone 1744.
On Roof of Jewelry Store.
Guadalupe Montanez was arrested
by police sergeant Powell Roberts Fri
day night at 10 oclock and docketed at
the police station on a charge of "at
tempted burglary." The police ser
geant found the man on the" Toof of
the Denver Jewelry store on South EI
Is situated in one of the most de
lightful and exclusive-sections of
the city of El Paso. It offers to
the. man or woman who appre
ciates the environments that tend
to make a HOME everything that
could he desired. It has City
Waterr Electric Gars, Telephones
Offers exceptional opportunities
to either the home-, builder or in
vestor. Its lots are spacious, with
16 foot alleys running in the rear of
each lot. It has been platted and
laid out wth wide boulevards and
avenues intersecting it in such a
manner as to give plenty of breath
The butter that betters tne bread. W.
C. White & Co., Bell 185; Auto, 1185.
For those -who want pre-eminently
the best olive oil we strongly recom
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
See the Campbell announcement.
Grebe cleans clothes, 418 ''.Oregon.
Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., Tiours 9 to
11 a. in., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Gasoline, used for cleaning clothes,
caused a slight fire at the works ol
the Southwestern Cleaning company,
410 Wyoming street, at 8 oclock; Sat
urday morning. A mattress end a quilt
were burned, but no other damage
was done. The Mesa company ana
the automoble from the Central station
answered the alarm.
When you get vegetables at this store
you get vegetables that are sanitary in
every way. Delivered from our glass
refrigerator cases where there are no
Jackson's Sanitary .Grocery.
C. li. BlUInjrion, 7G Magoffin. Tel. 1489.
painting, paper hanging, decorating.
Lots in this beautiful suburb are only $40
down and $5 a month. No mortgage.
No taxes. -No interest. Possession on
payment of $10.
Dr. Starker,. 31S-319 Caples Bldg.,
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Taking Prisoner Array.
Jailor Charles S. Miller leaves for
Philadelphia Saturday night, having
in custody "William Peale. The latter
is said to be addicted to the use of
drug? and he is to be taken to i hos
pital for the cure. Itr , - '
CREDIT, my hoy, is. of more importance in the "business
world today than money. Without credit, you will" never
clihib very" high on the ladder of Commercial Success.
Without credit, the merchants of El Paso would carry less
than one third of the merchandise they now have on hand.
Without Credit, our busy city would never have
grown above a country village. Without credit, your city,
state and county would go bankrupt. Credit is that unseen
vquantity that enables a man to purchase four times as
much merchandise as his money alone would buy; it is
the veryundation upon which he builds up his, business
and upon the strength of it depends his' future success.
Credit can not be bought it must be earned, and you can
not start too early in life to earn it. The average boy, in
applying for his first position in business life, is hard
pressed for want of suitable reference he offers the name
of his Sunday school teacher, his minister and possibly one
or two of his neighbors. The young man does likewise
' with possibly the addition of a former employer. These are
all very good as far as they go -and in a small community,
no doubt, sufficient, but to the busy business man -of the
city there is but one absolutely reliable source of reference
to which he turns THE BAXK. What does your local
banker think of you can he recommend you? That's
the all important question. Take for instance the case of
the young man who applied for a position in the general
office of the Pennsylvania E. P., a few years ago. Out of
about forty applicants he was the only one who did not
have a letter of recommendation, having had no previous
experience, but something in his appearance appealed to
the examining official and he pressed him for information
as to his habits, etc. " Haven't you anything to prove your
reliability V he asked. "Only this," replied the young
man, producing a well worn bank book showing over
eighteen months steady savings deposit. u Only that!"
exclaimed the official, "why, that's the best letter of rec
ommendation I've read today, report for duty tomorrow."
That bank book only showed a little over $50 in cash, all
told, but its great number of small regular weekly deposits
was what attracted the attention of the employer THAT
Try the Campbell, 612 Mesa, for best
meals in city.
Special, ladles- purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
207 Mesa Ave.
Caples Building. Phone 352.
People In EI Paso Hotels
From Sew Mexico.
At the .Sheldon H. Yanover, Albu-jjuerquej--'0.
J. Zrarand, Deming; Mrs.
wriST McGraTV, Carrlzozo; R. E. Smith,
At the St. Heels IX M. Barrlngton,
Alamogordo . '
At the ' Angelus "W. C. Mead, La
At the Onidorff M. Freudenthal, Las
Cruces; A. Praker, Agricultural Col
lege. At the Grand Central J. V. Ed
ward, Oscuro; Lee Harlan, Tells; Chas.
L. Post and Tvife, Las Cruces.
At the Zeiger "W. E. Dudley, Alamo
gordo; J. L. Shriner FJncon; Charles
P. Downs, Alamogordo; Miss Grace
GInther, Las Cruces; Mary Ginther,
Las Cruces; P. J. Amador, Las Cruces;
TV. J. Kinmond. Raton.
At the Angelus R. J. Sliter, Tuc
son. At the Grand Central John D. Patty,
At the Zeiger J. IT. Hampson Clif
ton. From Texas.
At the Sheldon BL W. Carter, Fort
"Worth; J. W. Shelor, Dallas; TV. C.
At the St. Regis Mrs. F. Paschal,
San Antonio; John Laivd, Houston.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets assist nature in driving ail im
purities out of the system, insuring a
free and regular condition and restor
ing the organs of the body to health
and strength. Sold by all dealers.
Seat Lymph I&js!s
nature's otto rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de-
oility; for insomnia; i
now xirenarel in
most hiphly enlca-
ceous tablet foria. 2
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso oniv by
Kelly & Pollard, S&eldon Hotel.
At the Angelus Anna McSaln, Tsleta;
-urs. j. ji. uiements, isleta.
At the Orndorff C. L. Baskett, Hous
ton; C. J. Many, Houston; Dan Adams,
San Antonio; Mrs. H. Masterson, Hous
ton. At the Grand Central H. C. Dough
erty, Valentine; W. H. Cleveland, Mar
fa; E. TV. Meyers, Marfa.
At the Sheldon J. S. Givens, Mexico
D. F.; J. M. Durry, Santa Barbara; A.
C. Davis, Nacazori.
At the St. Regis TV. L. Rynerson,
Pilares de Teras, Sonora; A. J. King
Pilares de Tcras, Sonora.
At the Orndorff Bob Whaling, Can
anea!, Sonora; Bert "Whaling, Cananea,
Sonora; Spider Adams, Cananea, So
nora; Bill Gamble, Cananea, Sonora;Tom
"Whaling, Cananea, Sonora; D. E. Ren
hardt, Cananea, Sonora; Max Reardon,
Cananea, Sonora; Beame Thomas, Can
anea, Sonora; Beame Fehrman, Cananea,
Sonora; Burt Guynup, Cananea, So
nora; jjranK laodge, Cananea Sonora;
Bill Goodman, Cananea, Sonora; Jack
sGoyhenix, Cananea, Sonora.
At the Grand Central F. C. Dam
mick and Tvife, Mexico D. F.; TJ. T.
Odell, Mexico, D. F.; G. B. Carson,
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon A. P. McGInness Los
Angeles; J. Plunkett, Los Angeles.
At the St. Regis L. H. King; Los
Angeles; Ben Moke, vLos Angeles; Leitz
Rosenstein, San Francisco; R. D. Hol
leran. Los Angeles; Charles E. Fisher,
Los Angeles; S. W. Root, Los Angeles;
John L. Davie. Oakland, Cal.
At the Grand Central D. M. Ridg
way, Los Angeles.
From Xew York.
At the Sheldon James Latz and Tvife;
At the St. Regis James Salz and
Tvife; Walter Raleisrh: Lane Butler T?.
At the Angelus James Salz and wife.
At the Orndorff "VT. E. Ratcliffe.
At the Sheldon Ray A. Tombs. John
H. Ludden and family John Markoek.
At the St. Regis iienry L Thomas
E. B. Van Patten. '
At the Angelus H. J. Hartegan.
At the Sheldon Kit Colyer and
party, Kansas City; R. M. Stewart, SL
Louis; F. S. S liott, St. Louis; James
TV. Malcolnson. Kansas City.
At the St. Regis J. E. Rels, St
At the Angelus C. J. Crome, St.
At the Zeiger T. E. Barry, Mendon;
J. P. Peters, Kansas City.
At the Sheldon Carrie Gordon, Den
ver, Cole; J. TV. Pearson, Denver, Colo.;
C. P. Knell, Denver Colo.; T- D. Do
herty, Denver. Colo.; C. O. Ogden, Den
ver, Colo.; O. Alstorm, Atlanta, Ga.;
J. W. Hinton, Guthrie, Okla.; J. P.
Thomas, Boston, Mass.; Welles Miller,
Louisville, Ky.; J. TV. Ridge, Louisville
Ky.; H. I. Gregory, Franklin, Pa.
At the St. Regis M. Bernstein, Pall
Mall, X. Y.; Willie Mullen, Louisville,
Ky.; Paul G. Niehoff, Milwaukee; J. M.
Pearson, Denver, Colo.; J. D. Scruggs,
Birmingham, Ala.; J.r P. Thomas, Bos
ton Mass.; TV. G. Pawn, Detroit, Mich.;
A B. Coffman, Toledo, O.; O. TV. Wal
ler and son, Toledo, O.; J. S. Rushton,
Brooklyn, X. Y., George A. , Clark, Lin
coln, Neb.; H. Stern, New Orleans; Geo.
C. England, Boston.
At the Angelus H . E. Markham,
At the Orndorff Charles E. Smith,
Watson, 111.; P. F. Moore Birmingham,
Ala.; R. F. Johnson, Memphis, Tenn.;
S. A. McMurray, Louisville, K3.
$3.00 PhotoBTaps, OOc Per Doz.
Our regular $3 panelette photos for
month May at 90 c per dozen. Gott
lieb's studio. Little Plaza, over Pot
ter's Dru$ store
Notice Is hereby given to the public
of a series of revival services to begin
Sunday, May S, in ..the East El Paso
Baptist church, RevrW. L. Head, evan
gelist for El Paso Baptist association,
will be with us and do the preaching.
He comes to us highly recommended as
a srong preacher and an able evangel
ist. He has just closed a successful
meeting at Pecos. A cordial invitation
is extended to all El Paso to attend
these services and especially to the peo
ple living east of Cotton avenue. E. B.
The butter that betters the bread. W.
C. White & Co., Bell 185; Auto, 11S5.
319 SAN ANTONIO ST.
R. M. Turner, President-
F. P. 'Jones, Vice-president.
A. F.Kerr, Vice-president and Casnier.
Lee H. Crews, Assistant Cashier.
R. M. Turner
F. P. Jones
A. F. Kerr
Lee H. Crews
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Merchants Fall to Meet.
The regular meeting of the Retail
Merchants League, which was to have
been held at the chamber of commerce
Friday evening, was not held on ac
count of the small number of mer
chants present. Only six out of off
members were present, 19 of the 50 be
ing new members secured by the me.n
bership committee since the last meeting.
Plenty of fresh picked strawberries
j every morning- at Jackson's.
Dr. Carpenter, orfice at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
College for Enid.
Enid, Okla..May 7. A Seventh Day
Adventlst college will be founded in
Enid, according to a dispatch received
here today from the general conference
of the church now in session in New
Torjc. The building and equipment
will cost 60.000.
Ilr. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most .reasonable prices. Over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed.
Chicken Fancier Meet.
The El Paso Poultry association
held an informal social meeting at the
chamber of commerce Friday evening
at S oclock. It was the time for a
regular business meeting, but owing-o
the small number present it was
turned into an informal meeting, and
the poultry business was discussed
"a la roundtable." It seemed the sen
timent among the members present
that the association should hold a
poultry exliibit next fall, though noth
ing official was done in that regard.
termaster at St. Paul, San Antonio,
Chicago, San Francisco, Denver, Omaha,
Depot Q. M. St. Louis, and Constructing
Q. M., Cheyenne. Specifications and in
formation will be furnished upon appli
cation at this office. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Public Buildings" and
addressed to Lt. C. C. Winnia, Con
"" Dr. E. C. Frentisi, practice limited to
diseases of the stomach and intestines.
Rio Grande Bldg.
seeming to strive to evads the enu
merators rather than to have a care
to see that they are Included in this
important government workTAn exten- 1
sion of time of a few days has been
granted here, owing to the difficulty
in completing the lists.
Gottlieb's May Special.
3 Panelettes photos 90c dozen.
Buys Valley Land.
Dr. M, Wiesch, of Highland Park, has
sold a piece of property in San Antonio
for $4500 and has invested the proceeus
In valley land below El Paso.
Dr. WHIis K. Snnm, C.:in genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
231, 203, Caple's building.
Will open dining rooms to cater to
general public both short order and
regular meals; best table in city: every- j
thing the market affords, all home
cooking. 612 Mesa. A trial will con- :
vince you. j
is scheduled to take place between the
commissioners and the Southern Pacific
railroad officials, with a view to get
ting lower passenger rates from all
Arizona points to the fair.
PARIS FASHION HINT.
Burroughs Adtlinjr Machines on Display I
' at Sheadoa.
During the Bankers convention In '
this city next week there will be a dis-
play of Burroughs adding machines at 1
the Sheldon hotel, both standard and
special makes. I
Dr. Schuster, Providence hospital.
Hours, 7-9 a. m., 2-5 p. m., or by pre
Douglas, Ariz., May 7. The ship
ment of cattle out of Arizona has been
going on nQw for several days, and it
is expected that at least 100,000 head
will go out of the territory before the
Removal sale. Snyder Jewelry Co.
THE DALHART TELEPHONE
EXCHANGES ARE 3IERGED
Dalhant, Texas, May 7. Dalhart is to
have a complete Western Electric com
mon battery telephone plant, costing
$35,000, the new plant to start to fur
nish service second to none. Hazleton
and Spain paid $35,000 spot cash for the
two old systems and open today under
the name of the Dalhart Telephone com
pany. It is the "largest transaction in
the history of the city.
Prompt relief in all cases of throat
and lung rouble if you use Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy." Pleasant to take,
soothing and healing in effect- Sold by
Optimo Olive Oil.
Builds up and vitalizes the sj-stem.
It is the pure oil from the first press
ing Qf ripe olives, imported by us direct
from Bordeaux, France, in 100 case
lots; that's why we are selling at New
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Fort Bayard, New Mexico, May 7,
1910. Sealed proposals in triplicate for
the complete construction, plumbing,
heating, electric wiring and electric
light fixtures, for one set of Field Of
ficers' quarters, and three sots of Com
pany Officers' Quarters, will br received
until 11 a. m., May 2S, 1910. and then
opened. TJ. S. reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids or parts tnereof, or
accept any part of a bid that may be
advantageous to the government. Plans
are deposited in offices of Chief Quar-
Luscious Ripe Cherries.
Those California cherries we are re
ceiving are just about the nicest we
have ever seen.
Jackson's Snnitary; Grocery.
Douglas, Ariz.. May 7. Douglas, like
Bisbee and other cities in Arizona, is
having much trouble getting a com
plete census of the citizens, the people
Thousand Troops -Killed.
Peking, China. May 7. A renort re
ceived here is that 1000 Chinese sol- !
diers, members of the garrison at
Lhasa, have been killed as a result or
a sudden uprising at Lamas. The re
port Is not yet confirmed.
The butter that betters the bread- TV.
C. White & Co., Bell 1S5; Auto, 1135.
Douglas, Ariz:, May 7. E. R. Pirtle,
the new" member of the Arizona terri
torial fair commission, appointed to
fill the vavancy caused by the retire
ment of Col. B. A. Packard, both men
of this city, states that a. conference
raoro c"PTKiGnT. rno. bt mnrrtiNOEa
EScLLEiYs corraiairr. una kit tg3S i , ca
Burnt straw hat with white wings.
Removal sale. Snyder Jewelry Co.
Cured without the knife. Three doctors.
Specialists. Seventh ear in Los Angeles.
Our offices and Sanatorium fitted fcr the
scientific and effective treatment of cancers
and tumors. Internal tnmors scientifically and
effectively treated with the NCW GERMAN
REMEDIES. Breast tumors removed in 7 da s
without surgical operation or pain ; al without
removansr any of the breast. OUR NEW
METBODS. FEE $10 anv skin cancer;
guarantee. Pay when cured. Write for book.
The German Remedy Co.
Rooms 224 and 225 San Fernando Building
4th and Main Sts., Los Angeles, Cul.
New Cure-BOOK FREE
IWi & fcW
el Construction Moulds
A rock faced block 'wall without a block machine.
Big Saving On Concrete Work
For Foundations, Eetaining Walls, Curbings, Walks,
etc., on exhibition at vacant lot, northwest corner of
Missouri and Florence streets. Also mixers. These
machines are cheaper than lumber.
3 Agent and Builder
Inquire at Southwestern Fuel Go.