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L PASO HERAL
Wednesday, June 15, 1910
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Did you ever lose money out of your pocket
and feel badly about it afterward? Did you ever
spend money foolishly and "kick" yourself be
cause you did? Put it in the bank and you will
do neither. Besides you'll find it more real en
joyment to save than to spend.
We -will pay yon 4 percent interest on the money you put in out
bank and compound the interest every six months.
starts an interest account.
4 Percent interest on savings accounts, in
terest compounded every, 6 months.
Percent interest on time deposits.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, $2.50 A YEAR
NIT10NAL MM OF GOMMERBE, El Paso, Texas
IDEALS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE
Secretary of War Dickinson
Addresses the Graduating
Glass at West Point on
West Point, X. Y- June 15. "Our
past wars -were crudely waged com
pared witk what war would be now,"
said secretary of war Dickinson today
In an address to the graduating class
at the United States military academy.
"Specialization and technique,' the
secretary declared, "are demanded in
military affairs as inexorably as in
art, manufacture, commerce transport
ation, education, medicine, law, and in
deed in every department of human ac
tivity. "We have come into the internation
al limelight and have assumed the re
sponsibilities of a firstclass power. If
we should engage in hostilities with
any nation of respectable strength the
clash , would be quick and stupendous.
Our commanders, unless the war shall
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THEItE'I.L. BE XO GUESS "VVOtK WHEX YOU BUY YOUR HARD
WARE FR031 US.
WE KXOW WHICH BRAXDS XttT STAXD THE RETARD WEAR.
WIIEA YOU XEED ANYTHING TS HARDWARE FR03I A CARPET
TAOK UP, C03IE TO US. YOU'LI, FIXD IT IX OUR STORE.
WE DO BUSINESS OX THE SQ.UARE.
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that makes exposures from time to 1-1000 of a second? BLinBLJBf
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SOS San Antopio St.
endure long enough to forge out of
crude metal thunderbolts of war, must
j already have been trained in a way
that surpasses all conceptions of mili-
1 tary education entertained a quarter
I of a century back. From these condi-
tions, we may expect, if we shall have
wars, that men trained in the school
. of the soldier will be in the future,
j and perhaps even more than they have
j in the past, potential both in our mili
I tary and civil administration. What,
! therefore, should more profoundly en
gage our care than the education of
) those who more certainly than any
l other class of our citizens of equal
number will affect our national life?
Schools Country's Pride.
"This day, that makes such an event
ful period in the careers of so many
who will be In line for leadership of
our armies and perhaps high civic of
fice, does not pass unheeded by the
American people. Our army and navy
schools are looked to with prida and
tncnirp "hrmp. These sentiments are
' fully justified by what these 'great in
stitutions have done for the nation.
"With them are linked the names of
many whpse fame Is a priceless .heri
tage to our people.
"Th histories? of countries deal
largely with the record of their wars,"
said secretary Dickinson In opening his
address. "Like a self-registering ther
mometer, they seem to record the hisr
est and lowest stages on excellence of
the elements that constitute vigorous
national life. All that is good and all
I liiul isiuda are icvcaicu in mc . u..
I test of a war that taxes to their limit
the resources or ', people.
Chieftains Affect Country's Pride.
"It is not unjust to estimate a people
by the qualities displayed by their mil
itary chieftains, not merely in war but
within the sphere of influences occu
pied by them in consequence of military
leadership. Judged by this standard,
the American people have experienced
exceptional felicity. Every great war
in which we were engaged revealed
generals of exceptional ability and
character. Each has been followed by
I the immediate elevation of a military
' hero to the highest office. It is the un
j paralleled glory of our country that un
seduced by the temptations afforded
J by their military renown, their hold
1 upon the popular affections and the
blinding incense offered up by flatter
ers, they held the military in subjection
to civil authority, and returned to the
people, their high trust unsullied by
any public or private act that could
alarm them for the safety of their in-
J stitutions or bring them national
"War 3Iade President"!.
"The war of the revolution elevated
to the presidency "Washington, that of
1S12 Jackson, that with Mexico Tay
lor, that between the states Grant, and
that with Spain Roosevelt
"Where will you find In the history
of any people such a record of pri
vateiand public virtue as has been
shown by our military men who have
held the chief magistracy? Their for
tune was exceptional, but not their
qualities, among the soldiers of whom
they were exponents. There must be
an apex to every pyramid, but be
cause it is highest it does not neces
sarily differ in essentials from that by
which it is sustained. There were many
others in all of these wars who dis
charged great trusts with exceptional
abilities, who had the highest qualities
of manhood, who, thoug less conspic
uously, acted their part during and af
ter hostilities just as patrioticallv, ana
bore with "honor high civic trusts to-l
which confidence largely inspired by
their militarj- services raised them.
Hero worship, founded on the noblest
is a new one.
Tabor's Metal Weather Strips
keep out saxd, dirt and wlvd j Craig, O'Sonnell & Goa, Gen. Agts.
jlt the doors axd wikdows. j Phcne Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce Bids. 1
TIZ-For Sore Feet
Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweaty J
Feet- Callouses, Bunions and Chilblains,
right off. At all druggists, 25c tor a
feelings In our nature ay ways has, and
unless the historj of the world since it
began shall be reversed and the pro
fession of arms shall lose its prestige,
always will, especially In great crises,
make our soldiers potential in our na
tional life, not merely for defence
but In the administration of govern
ment. The Crucial Test.
"When the crucial time shall come,
when your country sKa.ll need her best,
the call will be, not on those who may
have latent powers, but on those who
have achieved the premiership in their
branches of the service. By this I do
not mean mere Intellectual achieve
ment, but that superiority that is com
pounded of mental accomplishments
and those moral forces which adorned
the characters of our great command
ers. What is mere brilliancy for en
during fame. "Who would place iMarl
borough beside the men whose names
"Freedom from self aggrandizement
is an attribute of great souls. "While
their patriotism did not permit them
to decline great offices, yet neither
Washington; Lee nor Grant sought pre
ferment. They would laj' down rather
than voluntarily take up new honors,
nothing more became them than their
unaffected modesty. Gen. Lee tendered
his resignation to Mr. Davis, saying
that he should be succeeded by a
younger and abler man.
Integrity of Soldiers.
"Integrity irreproachable, as pure as
the icicle that hangs from Diana's tem
ple, has been the unchallenged and un
challengeable possession of all of our
great generals. There seems I trust
that It is but a semblance to be a
breaking 'down in many directions of
the high standards of personal hon
esty. I do not believe that any class
Of our citizens has more generally and
consistently kept their honor unim
peached than the officers of our army
and navy. Tet in these days when all
men's motives are questioned, things
without intrinsic wrong must be
shunned if they furnish room for evil
interpretation. While this state of the
public mind is an eruption of our
times, neither it nor the safeguards are
new in human affairs.
"No man Is so great or so good in
a republic tthat he can be permitted
to govern outride of the law and the
constitution. No public good.-however, j
attractive. Is worth gaining at the price j
of setting aside a fundamental prin
ciple of government. This is substitut
ing a government of men for a govern
ment of law, and this is the beginning
of the end of the republic.
"I exhort you to keep ever in your
mind as exemplars the noble men who
have preceded you, and that you will
maintain in your time the imperish
able renown which they achieved for
E have just received big shipment of beautiful
Silks, which we offer at special prices. Also
Piques, Suissesand Mulls and Silk Finish Batiste. Some
beautiful patterns for Dresses and Waists for ladies
and misses. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
All our silk and pongee
made, nicely trimmed;
worth, up to $25.00; spe
Linen and Lingerie
Silk Underskirts, all col
ors, fine values for $5;
1 lot Underskirts, in all colors,
nicely made, embroidery ruffle;
$2.00 values Q J-
3.0 values d gg
$3.75 values rf -J QE
1 lot 1inen Skirts, made in
tunic effect; trimmed with,
buttons;- , (1 rV
$3.50 values :....VlOU
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I Big Grocery I
PEOPLE IN EL
Purity Brand Butter 3 E?
3 lanre cans Pioneer Milk
4 2-lb. cans Baltimore
Tomatoes for DC
3 cans Banquet Corn O E
3 lbs. Fancy Head Rice ey g
5 lbs. Broken Head Bice e g?
3 pkgs. Macaroni or Spa- e j?
ghetti for &iDC
12 lbs. fancy new Pota- C g
toes for . &OQ
Blue Ribbon Coffee, Q jf
per lb OOO
Barrington Hall "Steel A f
Cut" Coffee, per lb UC
Special Blends Ice Teas, 35c, 50c,
60c and 75c per lb.
Best Coffee and Tea for sale in
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Bell Phones 367 & 348; Auto 1901
208-210-212 St. Louis St-
BROADWAY and 11th ST.
NEW YORK CITY
Within easv access of every point of in
terest. Half lock from Wenamsker'e.
Five minutes walk of Shopping District
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings
Rooms 51-00 per day and cp
With privilege Bath
$1.50 per day and up
Table d'Hots Breakfsst ? 60o
WM.TAYLOR & SON, Ino.
From 'Xevr Mexico.
At the Zeiger. Guadalupe Ascarate,
X.as Cruces; Albert Lindauer, Columbus;
"W. R. Dobson. Kelljr; B. K. Baker, Las
Cruces; R. A, Roberts, Las Cruces; D. C.
At the Sheldon D. E. Hog-, Alamo
gordo. At the St. Regis. E. A. "Wayne, Sil
ver City; TV. S. Cox and wife, Silver
City; M. D. Murray, Silver City; Sul H.
At the Orndorff. M. Brounoff, Cloud
croft; Mrs. A. Bennett, Three Rivers.
At the Grand Central. S. D. Bran,
Las Cruces; B. M. McGraw, Carrizozo;
C. D. Chaum and daughter, Demlng;
Pearl "Watson. Las Cruces.
At the Zeiger. James O. Adams,
At the Sheldon. J. B. Baylor, Clifton;
E. T. Mason, Tucson; M. A. Bates,
At the St. Regis Mrs. F. P. Prince,
Prescott; F. M. Smith, Bisbee.
At the Grand Central. T. S. Jones,
At the Zeiger. J. H. Buck and wife,
Pecos City; Henry Belcher. La Mesa
Ranch; J. R. Joyman. La Mesa ranch;
M. A. Grisham, Toyah; T. "W." Snyder,
Valentine; R. R- Youngblood, Valentine.
At the Sheldon. A. P. Bonner, Gal
veston. At the St. Regfc. S. C. Turkenkoph,
At the Angelus. Hazen Brydon,
At the Orndbrff John Humphries,
Marfa: "W. E. Robertson, Marfa.
At the Grand Central. W. M. Morri
son, Rising Star.
At the Zieger. Aline Dobson, San
At the SheJdon. J. F. Moore and wife,
Mexico, D. F.; L. A. Dockery, Chihua
hua; Miss Bee McDonald, Terrazas, Chi
huahua. At the Orndorff A. G. Noreiga and
famHv. Hermosillo: E. G. M.irm. Ch-
huahua; L. E. La Fuente, Chihuahua;;
James I. Long and family, Parral,
Me"ieo; R. L. Arriola, Torreon.
At the Grand Central. D. D. Vhite
From ihe Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon. W. P. McComas, San
Francisco; Mrs. P. L. Bryant, San Fran
cisco. At the St. Regis. J. C. Simonson, Los
Angeles, Cal.; Charles Meyers, Los An
At the Grand Central. J. A. Sund, Los
Angeles; Mrs. Charles Taylor and son,
From Xcw York.
At the Sheldon. J. M. Guither.
At the St. Regi& George M. Seeback.
At the Angelus. H. J. Gersou.
At the Sheldon. E. B. Clark.
At the Se. ..egls. Y. Schrader.
At the Angelus. F. H. Copernoll.
At the Sheldon. A. "W. Meyer, St.
Burmah Silk in all the latest colors.
This is a beautiful silk and has the
finish of Rajah. -Medium weight and
fine for suits and evening dresses.
Regular value 65c ; ' A Q
for v. fruC
Received big shipment of this beauti
ful silk, which is so popular for sum
mer dresses and waists lovely for
evening wear we have large range
colors, plain and dotted. The regular
price of this silk is 50c
The Big Sale of Jolley-Smith
stock will continue all this
week the remainder of the
stock must go. "We will offer
extra values all the week and
you can buy high class millin
ery, plumes, flowers, ribbons,
at almost your own price. Re
member all the week the big
sale f will be on.
Oome and save monev.
1 lot gowns, corset covers, drawers,
and chemise; neatly made; nicely
trimmed with embroidery; Cf Q
this week DZC
1 lot gowns, chemise, and skirts, ex
tra good values: worth Q
$1.50; special 2OC
1 lot combination suits, skirts and
drawers, nicely made of light nain
sook; neatly trimmed, fine values for
Ih all colors, checks and plaids;
very light and pretty; are worth
50c a yard; t
1 lot figured Piques, all colors and
stripes, dots; beautiful for wash
dresses; worth 25c yard; -j
1 big lot Batiste, in. all colors and
figures. Highly mercerized; some
with borders and some plain; good
value at 20c; " f ty ti
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DisBlays nnJPJI "'" 1 l" ii m imm D
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Louis; li. M. Bacon, Kansas City; TVal
lace G. Smith, Kansas City.
At the Orndorff. V S. Donney and
From Ei erywliere.
At the Zeiger. W. M. Calvert, Al
At the Sheldon. R. H. Russell, Fort
Smith Ark.: F. N. Nelson. Denver.
At the St. Regis. Miss Knott, Yazoo j
City, Miss.; C. H. Wagner, Beloit, "Wis. '
At the Angelus. Alida B. Brown, De-j
troit, Mich.; C. Seager, Omaha, Neb.; i
Harlan H. Bradt, Detroit, Mich.
At the Orndorff. R. C. Burbridge,
At the Grand Central. T. Halbird,
Bristol, Ind.; Garrett Bros., Moulton,
la.; "W. Buckler, Chickasha. Okla.; G.
E. Hewitt. Sulphur, La.; George H. Root,
will be positively no politics in the ap
pointment. The man who gets the place
snust satis fr us that he is capable of
discharging the auties thereof and we
are looking for such a man but have
found no one vet."
4. BRAZIL NOW HAS T
A AX INSURRECTION. &
4 Berlin, Germany, June 15. 4
J. Advices received by the German
cablegram company from Rio de
SH Janeiro, state that insurgents
5 in the prefecture of J.urua in the
S Acre district of western Brazil, -fr
4 have driven out the military and ?
4 declared their independence. "J
J The Acre territo.y has an $
iji area of about 74,000 square J
4 miles and a population of about -j"
c. 70,000. The territory -was ac- 4"
4 quired by Brazil from Bolivia 4'
S in 1902. The Indian element
5 predominates. 4"
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THE AM AND AVIREKESS.
"The citizens of El Faso and vicinity
certainly have reason for rejoicing over
the advent of wireless and the certainty
of the great damproject," declared J. B.
Dickinson, who is to lecture at the
chamber of commerce this evening.
"Every farmer, ranchman and miner
within 100 miles of this city will have
the wireless telephone, and bankers,
merchants will not only be in instant
communication with them, but the prin
cipal cities of the country, as well," says
Douglas vs. El Paso, Friday and Sat
urday 4 p. in. Sunday 3:30 p. m.
Upon recommendation of his company
and post commanders, the unexecuted
portion of the sentence in the case of
private Joseph T. Desmond, company E,
23d Infantry, now at Fort Bliss, has been
remitied by command of Brig. Gen. Myer,
commanding the department of Texas.
It has been agreed between the con
tending factions at Socorro that the
matter of abolishing the corporation will
again "be submitted to a vote of the
people. The date has not yet been set.
"We still have some of those Seguin.
watermelons on Ice- Melvin Meat Co.
Don't fail to see Brown and Lester at
the Happy Hour tonight.
Douglas vs. El Paso, Friday and Sat
urday 4 p. m. Sunday 3:30 p. m.
"FIRE MARSHAL MUST BE
A MAN SUITED TO JOB"
Discussing the appointment of a fire
marshal, mayor W. F. Robinson said
"Wednesday morning: "No one has made
application for the position and there
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pIN TEN DAYS
The supreme beauty re
quisite, is endorsed by
freckles, pimples, liver
spots and other facial
case in 20 days, Rids the
pores and tissues of all
impurities, leaves the
skin clear, soft and healthy.
Directions and Guarantee in each packajie. 50c
and $1.00 by high class Toilet Counters or Mail.
Prepared by NATIONAL TOILET CO., Peris, Teas
Sold by Kelly & Pollard and Other
lafional Railways of Mexico
From El Piiso to the following points and return:
u. s. Cy.
Aguas Calientes $25.55
Mexico City 36.30
Parral .'. 12.90
U. S. Cy.
San Luis Potosi 29.15
Santa Rosalia 9-70
Tampico :. 32.50
Tampico .. 37.45
Vera Cruz 44.95
Zacatecas ....' 23.35
Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week during
June, July, August and September, limit of thirty days from date of sale,
without stopover privileges. For further information call on or address
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.
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