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PASO HEUALD - h
S. t. McLSEOY
"Well Known Young Man
Dies After Ulness of
Richard R. McLeroy, for five years a
resident of this city, died at 10 oclock
Friday night in Providence hospital.
I 1 SHOES
Yes and lots of them especially
Shoes. Why? liecause our J5oys
wear better -than anybody else's and
your foot correctly.
Lerner's Elk Wonder for
and Little Boys,
V4.DU ana o.vv g
Our Base Ball Elk Shoe, acknowledged by tt 11
all the best in town
$2. 00 and $2.
& AM.M AJk'W'
91S TO Pasn St
For El Paso and "Vicinity Fair to
night and Sunday.
For New Mexico Fair tonight
For "West Texas Tonight fair, cooler
in southeast portion; Sunday fair.
River at El Paso Height of surface
this morning ahoye fixed zero mark, 15.6
GOOD ROADS C030IITTEE
APPOINTED AT DEMIXG
Ckamber of Commerce Tabes Action;
'Will Also Establish Exhibit Rooms;
BuylHS Herses for Ranches.
Deming, N. 3L, May 7. The board of
directors of the chamber of commerce
have created a good roads committee
for the purpose of improving the roads
of Lama counts'. It is composed of Dr.
T. G. Moir, chairman; H. G. Bush, Dr.
R. C. Hoffman, H. A. Bolich and Morris
S. A. BIrchfield, who left Deming a
few months ago to take charge of a
ranch for the Fernandez Cattle com
pany at San Mateo, is here buying a.
carload of horses for use on the ranch.
Mrs. Dominick, who Jias been visit
ing at the home of Maj. James R. "Wad
dill, has gone to her home in Kansas
The chamber of commerce 5s install
ing an exhibit room in the office ad
joining that of the secretary in the
Deckert buildinsr. It will contain a ren- !
resentarive exhibit of Mimbres valley
WANT ROOSEVELT TO
ATTEND KING'S FUNERAL.
New York, May 7. That Tehodorc
Roosevelt may be named as a special
representative of the United States to
attend the funeral of king Edward is
the suggestion that may be put before
pdesident Taft by members of the
Roosevelt welcoming committee here.
MBS. D. H- YOWELL.
'$v . ' 'of 4 i a- v , ..t
is an absolutely purestillation of malted grain. "When taken at meal time it
stimulates the mucous surfaces and little glands of the stomach to a healthy
action, thereby improving the digestion and assimilation of the food and giving
to the system its full proportion of nourishment. This action upon the digest
ive process is of great importance, as it brings to all the tissues and organs of the
body the nutriment necessary to their w
sustenance and indirectly to the wihoie
system strength and vigor. It makes
the old feel young and keeps the young
strong and vigorous.
CATJTI0H". When you ssk your drug
gist, grocer or dealer for Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey be sure you get the gen
uine. .It is an absolutely pure medicinal
malt whiskey and is sold IN SEALED
BOTTLES ONLY, never in bulk. Look
for the trade-mark the "Old Chemist," on
the label, and make sure the seal over
the cork is unbroken. Price $1.00 a large
bottle. Write Medical Department, The
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N.
Y., for doctor's advice and an illustrated
medical booklet, containing testimonials
and rules for health, both sent free.
.boys' rs.ULSJLC iJe.lC3.pd,
W &&1. all
Ci. " $3
SATURDAY GA3IES POSTPONED
Cincinnati at St. Louis and Pittsburg
at Chicago; rain.
At Brooklyn R. H.E.
Boston 0 7 2
Brooklyn , ,...2 5 1
At Boston. R. H. E.
New York 4 6 1
Boston .. . . 1 7 5
At Philadelphia. . R. H,.E.
"Washington . mie. 3 6 5
Philadelphia . . . ..... 6 9 2
LAS CRUCES COMMENCEMENT.
Formal announcements have been
sent out for the 40th annual commence
ment -of the Loretto academy at Las
Cruces, by the sisters of Loretto, who
have this girls' school in charge. The
commencement will be heii on June
14th at 8 p. m., and will be attended
by, a number of El Pasoans, who have
children attending the academy.
A shipment of 1040 head of cattle
from Mexico pasred through the local
port Saturday morning, consigned for
John T. Cameron, of El Paso.
"W. T. Schoonmaker and daugh
ter, Helen, leave this evening for Tuc
son, Arizona, -where they will spend a
weak visiting friends
You'll be surprised at the results you
will get from a small want, rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. "Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
115, Auto 1115 and tell the girl.
Mrs. D. H. Yowell cannot
praise Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey too highly. It com
pletely cured her after she
had suffered ' from indiges
tion for years and when noth
ing else did her any good. She
says it is the greatest remedy
in the world for all stomach
"I wish to testify to die excellent re
sults obtained through tlie use of Duffy's
Pure 3Ialt Whiskey. I had suffered for
years with, indigestion and hadtried dif
ferent remedies but received very little
relief, so I tried Duffy's Pure Malt
"Whiskey and the effect was wonderful.
It is the fcest stomach remedy in the
world. I can recommend it most highly
to any one suffering from indigestion or
anv stomach trouble.' 3Irs. D. H. Vow
ell," 321 So. Pine St., Richmond, Va.
Death culminated a three weeks' ill
ness. Mr. McLeroy came to El Paso from
Tj'ler, Texas. For a time he was en
gaged in the real estate and insurance
business with offices in the Morehead
block. Also he served as cashier for the
El Paso Electric Railway company, but
before his death was bookkeeper at
Surviving are a widow, a small son,
a brother, H. H. McLeroy, of Okla
homa Cit3 and his mother, Mrs. M. A.
McLeroy, of the same place. The mother
and brother have arrived from the
east. "W. A. "Woldert, of the G.. H. &
S. A. engineer's offices, is a brotherin
law. Funeral services will be held at Tyler,
Texas. The bodj' will be shipped to
night, Nagley & Kaster being in charge
if the arrangements.
Mr. McLeroy was 30 years of age.
RAILROAD MAN" DIES
AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
Tom Reynolds AVI1I Be Interred by the
Side of AVife at Abilene,
Tom Reynolds, a well known railroad
man, died at the residence of his
mother, Mrs. Cora Reynolds, 1011 Ne
vada street. Saturday afternoon at 12:30
oclock, after an illness of two weeks
of spinal meningitis. Mr. Reynolds was
employed in the local offices of the
Southwestern railroad for two years
but his last position was with Stetter
& Schneider, as bookkeeper, which he
was holding at the time he was taken
Tom Reynolds was 29 years of age
and -was the only son of Mrs. Cora
Reynolds of El Paso. He had been mar
ried but his wife died several years
ago. Mr. Reynolds was a member of
the local lodge of Elks and the funeral
services, which havo not been com
pleted, will be in charge of that order.
The remains will be carried to Abilene.
Texas, and interred by the side of his
wife. The former railroad man had been
a resident of this city for nine year3
and during his connection with the
Southwestern in the city ticket office,
made a wide acquaintance and many
friends who will regret to learn of Tiis
Removal sale. Snyder Jewelry Co.
TO HEAR RATE ARGUMENTS
Two important hearings will soon
come up before the Texas'railroad com
mission, the first on May 10, when tihe
commission will take up the matter of
a readjustment of the rates on news
and print paper in carload lots between
points in Texas. Application has been
made to the commission for a rate of
22 cents, per hundred " pounds from
Houston and 25 cents from Galveston.
The other hearing, to bevheld on June
14, is to consider the matter of a re
adjustment of the rating on matches in
carloads -between Texas points.
- ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
0. W. Fitzgerald, assistant superin
tendent of the G- H., left for Sanderson
A. C. James, vice president of the
southwestern, arrived in EI Paso Sat
urday -morning frcan Arizona points on
a special train and made connection
witlh train Xo. ZS for Chicago. Mr. James
has been in. Arizona making an inspec
tion of the territory of the proposed
extensions of the Southwestern from
Benson to Tucson and to Phoenix. He
was accompanied to Chicago by general
manager H. J. Simmons, of the South
western. S. C. Gardner, assistant district super
intendent of the Pirlhnan companv left
Friday afternoon for Chihuahua to ar
range the details of a trip to be made
by the Chihuahua chamber of commerce
along the lines of the National Rail
ways in Mexico.
F. L. Myers, superintendent oi the Eio
Grande division of the Santa Fe. with
headquarters at San Mareial, was in El
J. W. Spohr, ticket agent at the
union s-tation, left Saturday for the east
on a vacation.
W. Cunningham, tra-velinsr freight and
passenger agent of the1 G. H-, is in Bis
D. F. Buc&er. superintendent of the
Chihuahua division of the National Rail
ways cf Mexico, with headquarters at
Chihuahua, is in El Paso, accompanied
by Mrs. Bucher.
Harris Campbell, clerk at die Harvey
news stand at the union station, has
'open transferred to Enrooria. Kas.. and
will leave for that city in a few days.
John B. Tarvcr, olerk in tihe auditing
department of the Southwestern, accom
panied by Mrs- Tarver, left Friday aft
ernoon for Altibama to visit relatives.
Eugene Fox general freight and pas
senger agent of the Southwestern, will
arrive Saturday afternoon from the
CUSTOM OFFICER'S WIFE
Mrs. Thomas N. Gourley, at Ysleta, Now
Afflicted With Disease; John W.
Gourley Not a Victim.
Mrs. Thomas .N. Gourley. wife of the
the same disease, one had been con
fined sn the quarantined house where her
husband lias been staying.
Reports circulated to the effect that
vice consul John W. Gourley, of Juarez,
ha-d contracted the disease can not be
substantiated. Mr. Gourley is not at j
the local pest house, as reported. He 1
is a brother cf the immigration in-
There have been no local eases since J
that of Olive Flores, who was taken ill I
Mav 2 at Seventh and El Paso streets, i
COOLEY AND O'CONNOR ARE j
MADE POLICE COMMISSIONERS j
Mayor Robinson has appointed Win-
CiHLt:r vvuiuy ituu uuiiai. t. j-jmiir po
lice commissioners to fill the vacancies
caused by the resignations of John M.
Wyatt and Tim Lyon. Goolev has al- ,
ready accepted his appointment but ;
O'Connor has not notified the mayor as j
to whether he will accent or not. j
ILLUSTRATED ADDRESS OX
HONOLULU AT ST. CLEMENT'S
Arrangements have been made for j
the 8 p. m. service Sunday at St. Clem
ent's church to be held in the Sunday
school room. Instead of the sermon
there will be an address on the work of
the church in Honolulu, illustrated by
lantern slide views of the island peo
ple and scenery.
I Holmes Has Got to Hunt a New Home
3 pi -
For 90 Days. y
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Holtnes' Dyeing and Cleaning Works will make the
:mes uyemg am
3-piece suits, old price $2.00; new price
Suits sponged and pressed, old
4 suits sponged and pressed, monthly rate . . .
I .Also Remember.
I Both P nones
TRAVELING Ei, iASOASS
Mav find the El Paso Herald on sale
at "any of tne following places:
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel Newt
ctand; Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park
Row Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d streec 140 Broadway.
"WASHINGTON. D. C. The Raleigh
ind the Ebbltt; Columbia News Agency
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North
ern News stands, yueen City News
stands and Empire News stands.
PHILADELPHIA TThc Bellevne, Ponn
News Co.. 833 Pearce St.
PITTSBURU, PA. Ths Lincoln ad
tho Schenley Park.
BUFFALO. N. T. The Iroquois.
ST.' LOFIS Planters Southern and
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
KANSAS CITY, MO. The Yoma
News Co., Hotel Baltimore News
stand, Coatcs House News stand.
ST. PAUL. MINN. Tne Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN . The Wesr
DENVER, COLO. The Brown Pri
nce, the Albany, S. WIdom and West
ern News stands.
SEATTLE. WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenue
south and "Washington t street; also
southeast corner of Second aveauo and
Cherry street, near Alaska bulldlnar.
Aclne News Co.
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons, Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Book
store. At Sam Rosenthal, 336 Houston
MEMPHIS, T.sNN. World Yoma
MEXICO CITY Blue Eook Store. Th
CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO Roberto
Schneider. American Photo and Sta
JIMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co.
PARRAL, MEX. Parral News Co.
CANANEA, MEXICO D. E. Conger's
News stand (La Mesa).
Collins Family Prominent.
There are three Collinses in the.
American league this year. Two of
of the Chicngo White Sor. Ray Col
lins of the Boston Red Sox Is a pitcher!
Were we perfect, which we are not, medicines would
not often be needed. But since our systems have be
come weakened, impaired and broken down through
indiscretions, which have gone on from the early ages,
through countless generations, remedies are needed to
aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise
acquired weaknesses. To reach the 6eat of stomach
weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is
nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
en'i a glyceric compound, extracted from native medic
inal roots sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For
Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating,
Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal
Derangements, the "Discovery" is a time-proven and most efficient remedy.
The genuine has on its
outside wrapper the
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic,
medicine of known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may
thereby make a little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver nd
bowels.. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy
following reduction in cleaning :
or summer suits, old price $1.75; -new
old price 35c; new
old price 75c; new
Panama and Other Hats
Eyeing and Cleaning Works
A Curious Creation Myth.
The various nations of the earth
have their different legends or myths
concerning the creation. That of the
Scandinavian countries is particularly
According to the myth, Odin, Till
and Ye, sons of the giant and giantess
Bor and Beltsa, killed Ymir and from
his body formed the heavens and the
earth. Of his blood they made the
seas and impassable oceans which sur
round the earth. Of his bones they
made the mountains, using his teeth
and the splinters to make the stones
and pebbles. From his inverted skull
they formed the heavens, and of his
brains they formed the clouds. His
hair became plants and trees when
given a chance to take root In the
new warm soil, and of his eyebrows
they made a wall of defense around
Midgard (Eden), which was the central
place of abode of men. When these
miracles had all been performed to
suit Odin, who was the chief god, the
three brothers took the sparks of fireM
which rained down from the burning
world Musphelheim and, throwing
them over the face of heaven, made
the sun, moon and stars. St Louis
KEKr YOtir 13YE O
- THE YELLOW LABEL
A1J subscribers to re Herald
should watch the yellow label pasted
on the wrapper or on the first oage of
their paper. The date printed there
on is the date of expiration oZ aub
scriptlon. "When a remittance on sub
scription account is made, this dato
should be cr.anged. When It Is not
changed soon after remittance Is mado,
allowing, of course, reasonable time
to reacli El Paso, the subscriber
should immediately call the attention
of this office to the oversight. By
doing this when the matter is fresh in
the minds of all concerned, all furthei
trouble and inconvenience will b
Cleaned and Blocked
"No Place Like
Work Called for and Delivered
Imitating a Great Painter.
An interesting story, which shows
with what fidelity the work of even
such a difficult artist as Turner can be
imitated, Is told in connection with
Buskin. In 1S75 he sent a number of
facsimiles of Turner's pictures to a
London exhibition with this note: "I
have given my best attention during
upward of ten years to train a copy
ist to perfect fidelity in rendering the
works of Turner and have now suc
ceeded in enabling him to produce fac
similes which I must sign with my
name to prevent their being sold for
You can easilv sell it
Call- Bell' 115, Auto 1115
tell the girl what it is
and The Herald will sell
it. ITo bother, no form
ality. The Best
and Safest Light
A gasoline light that requires no gener
ation. "Works like a gas light but costs
four-'fifths less to operate.
Most Simple Light Known
Daylight Our Only Competitor
These lamps are made in all styles and
we invite you to call and see this re
markable invention. We can make it
pay for itself in your home or place of
business in a short time. Call or address
EL PASO GASOLINE
T. E. SANCHEZ, MGR.
305 Texas Street
Ethics In Japan.
The Japanese have a code of ethics
that applies from birth to death and on
through all eternity, vhich provides a
rule for customs in dress, habits, re
ligion, morals and manners. Each sea
son has its own flower for decoration,
Its own religious observances, duties
and games. Twice a year yott fly
kites. Twice a year you. play battle
door and shuttlecock with gayly col
ored feather cocks and battledoors dons
np in silken raiment. Once a year lit
tle girls play with the ancestral dolls
brought out from the godowns, or
storehouses, and little boys play with
huge fish. Once a year you set your
house in order and prepare food for
Lthe 'annual -visitation of the spirits of
your dead. Once you clean house, and
no unkind authority lnterferes"kwlth
your putting all your worldly posses
sions Into the middle of the street while
you sweep all the bad ouL Outlook-
BEIili PHONE 116.
Will get you a buyer.
Extra good values in
patents, tan and Md
leathers; light or heavy a
soles; 10 new shapes at
$3 and $3.50
Misses' and children's
Oxfords and Ankle
Strap Pumps; patents,
tan and calf leathers,
$1.25 to $3
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