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A $31.00 Hoosier
For years you liave wanted a Hoosier
Now we are going to give one away
July 30tii some lady will receive a
famous Hoosier Special Kitchen Cabi
net at our store absolutely without
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JF& EL PASO- -TEXAS.
"Austin,, Texas, July 7. Twenty fire
insurance companies to date have filed
amended schedules with the fire rating
board, following the order Issued re
cently effecting a reduction of rates in
various places over the -state.
The two filing aoday were the Sea
board Fire and Marine, of Galveston,
and the Norfolk Fire Insurance corpor
ation of Virginia.
EARTHQUAKE FELT BY
Cleveland, Ohio, July 7. An earth
quake apparently nearer and of greater
intensity than any other within six
months, was recorded at St. Ignatius
college observatory last night. The es
timated distance of the disturbance is
fifteen hundred or two thousand miles !
EI Paso For
Visitors To Know
El P&eo has 35 miles of street
32. Paso has 20 miles of asphalt
El Paso city Iras, an assessed
s&sifcion cf ?30,CO0.000.
El Paso has eight isalroads and
g, $500,000 union passenger term-
El Paso has 25 mail carriers,
jj the pcetoffice receipts test
year "were $103,000.
El Pas ha3 never had a- sun
stroke, a panic, or & strike that
tied up any industry.
I El Paso 13 one of the most im
J portant porta of entry &nd export
El Paso "has the best lighted
business district of any city in
Texas; see for yourself tonight.
El Paso railroads handled 600,
000 cars in the local yards last
rear and their payrolls aggre
El Paso will invest $2,500,000
in, new buildings t3ns year and in-
I Test $2,500,000 more in improve
ments and industries.
El Paso has eight banks, five,
national and three state, with a
combined capital of over $2,000,
000 and deposits of $10,000,000.
El Paso has $000,000 invested
in school buildings and grounds,
and $25,000 in manual training
and domestic science equipment.
El Paso is in the center of a
tract of 225,000 acres of land that
icffl be irrigated dj & $10,000,000
dam which, the government is now
EI Paso has three steam tiro
engines, fire combination hose and
chemical cgons, one automobile
combination wagon, and extension
ladder truck. 9
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I Summer Concerts I
1 Everybody lias their own Summer Concerts at Home,
if they own an
VICTOR TALKING- MACHINE
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan.
W. G. W
'lalJang Machine Dept.
HOT SPELL BREAKS AXD
TEMPERATURE IS DOWX
The temperature "Wednesday did not
Set higher than 98, three below the
day previous, and there waa not so
much suffering. "Wednesday evening
clouds came up, a few drops of rain
fell and "Wednesday night it was coo
and pleasant. People after a restless
night Tuesday, owing to the calmness
and humidity, slept well "Wednesday
night. The weather Thursday was much
cooler than "Wednesday." It did not seem
nearly so much like summer.
ARREST BOYS OX THEFT CHARGE.
Charlie Hawk and Howard Luther
-were arrested "Wednesday night in a
penny arcade by detective Herold on a
charge of taking ?5 from the pocket of
a man while he was sleeping. Detect
ive Herold noticed the lads spending
money and took them in charge. Hawk
had $1 when searched. The charge of
theft under $30 is registered against
both boys at police headquarters.
HELD FOR. FEDERAL COURT.
Marciano Moreno, arraigned before
United States commissioner George B.
Oliver, Thursday morning on the charge
of having received smuggled property,
tv as bound over to the grand jury with
bond fixed at 100. rioreno, when ar
rested by the police on suspicion and
searched, was found to have several
bottles of tequila In his blouse. The
charae of receiving smuggled property
was then filed against him by the cus
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on your face, hands, arms, legs, back
or body should be treated at once wltn
1 Littell's Liquid Sulphur Compound. Not
only are they bad themselves, but Ec
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Unless you've had Eczema you can't
conceive of the horrible Itching, burn
ing, maddening pain. "Whether you're
just at the beginning or far along in
your suffering Littell's Liquid Sulphur
Compound will stop all itching instant
ly and eradicate the disease by pene
trating the pores and killing all
germs. Best treatment for skin dis
eases Eczema, rashes, pimples, sores,
"hives, prickly heat, etc Sample bottle
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Important to All Women
Headers of This Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and
never suspect It.
Women'3 complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not In a healthy
condition, they may cause the other
organs to become diseased.
You may suffer a great deal with
pain in the back, bearing-down feelings,
headache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irrit
able and may be despondent; it makes
any one so. .
But thousands of Irritable, nervous,
tired and broken down women have re
stored their health and strength by the
use of Swamp-Root, the great Kidney,
Liver and Bladder Remedy.
Swamp-Root brings new life and ac
tivity to the kidneys, the cause of such
Many send for a sample bottle to see
what Swamp-Root, the great Kidney,
Liver and Bladder Remedy will do for
them. Every reader of this paper, who
has not already tried it, may address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. T.,
and receive sample bottle free Dy mail.
You can purchase the regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles at all drug
PEOPLE IN EL
From New Mexico.
At the SheldonJ. L. Shriner, Rincon;
"William Palmer, jr., Rincon; George
TV. Pmdrast, Santa Fe.
At the St. Regis H. B. Holt, Las
Cruces; Mrs. J. A. Leahy, Lordsburg;
Mrs. J. B. Leahy, Lordsburg; E. C.
At the Angelus Lela Ford, Mesllla
At the Oondorff Miss Elizabeth Fer
guson, Las Cruces.
At the Zeiger N. M. Banner, Separ;
H. Tyler, Hermanas; H. O. Bunson, So
corro; C. Meyer, La Luz; O. M. Lee,
Ranch, Sacramentos; T. C. New by, Ala
mogordo. At the Grand Central Edward
Hughes, Malaga; G. E. Marteenry, Las
Cruces; J. "W. Whalen, Roswell; J. Dee-
nan and wife. Agricultural College;
Louis Rapp, Albuquerque.
At the Sheldon J. J. "Wood, Douglas;
F. B. King and wife, Douglas; Miss
Mary Brown, Clifton; Miss Bertha
At the Angelus C. F. "Wilson, Tuc
son. At the Orndorff Mrs. J. D. Fox,
Douglas; TV. K. Marlin, Globe 7 TV. A.
At the Zeiger H. Wright, wife and
At the Sheldon A. Hunter, Dallas;
C. J. Bowers, Ft. "Worth; H. C. Free
man, Dallas; TV. T. Gwaltney, Dallas;
At the Angelus Mrs. D. L. Macdon
At the Orndorff Mrs. Onlan Fergu
teon. Beaumont; C. H Ogllvie, Fort
At the Zeiger R. Durrlll, Van Horn.
At the Grand Central G. B. Reedy,
Amarlllo; TV. TV. Beall. Sweetwater;
J. H. Beall, Sweetwater.
At the Sheldon E. L. Gwiner, Mex
ico City; R. T. Lester, Chihuahua; Y.
Alvarez, Vera Cruz; Hartwell Jalonicb.
Hermosillo; C. H. Melcfcer, Xaco'zari.
At the Sheldon Tfc. H. M. Austin,
San Luis Potosi; Mrs. J. Y. Bressik,
At the Orndorff Alexander R. Shep
hard, jr., Batopilos; Mrs. Emma L.
.fierce, Parral; J. Hobart Pierce, Par
ral; August Grass. Mexico, D. F.; Chi
Shan and famils', Mexico, D. F.; Simon
At the Grand Central C. A. McKie,
Xueva Casas Grandes; C. L. Pitt, Nue
va Casas Grandes; Anastaclo M. Maese,
Santa Rosalia; Jose M. Favizoin, Chi
huahua; Sara Sorre. Santa Rosnllnr TV
R. Rodriguez, Mexico City.
From the Pacific Const.
At the Sheldon V. R. Jones and
At the St. Regis S. T. Johnson, Los
Angeles; Mrs. Lund, Las Angeles; J.
Ed Cogswell, Los Angeles; Henry Klaus
and wife, Los Angeles; J. O. Meyer,
San Francisco; G. M. Sisk, Los Angeles;
C. Dumass, Los Angeles.
At the Angelus-pGeorg'e H. Clem
ents and wife, Los Arngeles.
From Xevr York.
At the Sheldon J. Blankfield.
At the Orndorff Mrs. J. M. Carter
Thomas J. Phillips.
At the Sheldon O. S. Perrv Sisr
At the Angelus Frank "White, R. M
Smith, TV. J. Biggar.
At the Orndorff Robert Pietzman.
At the Sheldon E. A. TVashtab, St.
Louis; H. A. Owsley, St. Louis.
At tne urndorff Mrs. S. C. Dun
gan, St. Joseph; Miss H. Dungan, St.
At the Zeiger E. S. TVaddle3, St. oJ
seph. From Everywhere.
At the Sheldon TV. A. Hollingsworth,
"Winona, Minn.; R. L. Samuel, Chlckasha,
'jki8 ; ji. ,. isurgess and wife, Wayne
At the St. Regis E. S. Chamblers,
New Orleans. La.; E. H. Mathuhend,
Cleveland, .O.; J. D.' Gilchrist, Denver
Colo.; Mrs. S. J. Gale arid son, Louisiana,
At the Angelus Charles TVeil,
Shreveport; J. K. Gholston, Atlanta,
Ga.; TV. T. Cask, Atlanta, Ga.; A. C.
Sonells. Atlanta, Ga.; R. M. Rowe, At
At the Orndorff C. E. TVilson, Mis
sissippi; Joseph TV. Smith, Boston,
At the Grand Central Mr?, "j. TV.
Brackenburg, Danville, 111.; A. S. Se
gerbamman and wife, Axtell, Kas.
XE1V FILE CASES FOR COUXTY.
Almost a car load ot new file cases
have been received for the various
offices In the court house. The district
clerk's office and the county clerk's
office will get most of them. They
were taken to the courthouse Thurs
HpHE reputation of a medicine de
pends upon its ability to cure
and prevent sickness. Then the
Bitters is the recognized leader in
cases of Indigestion and Cramos.
CELEBRATED k 1
Insurance Companies Pay
$41,000 For Stock New
An adjustment of the fire losses on
the E. B. "Welch company furniture
store has been made and the entire
stook will be taken over by the insur
ance companies in which the "Welch
company held policies. The amount of
the losses as adjusted by the insurance
representatives is $41,000.
With this as a basis of settlement
the companies take over the entire
fa-cook and will dispose of it through the
Underwriters' Salvage company which
has sent a representative from Dallas
to El Paso to take charge of the stock
and dispose of it as soon as possible.
TV. D. Slaton, of Dallas, is the adjuster
who arranged for the final settlement
after the Vnatter had been pending for
the past six weeks.
It is understood that the "Welch com
pany will soon occupy the same build
ing with a complete new stock of fur
niture and house furnishings.
(Continued From x-age One.)
special real estate edition, besides an un
limited flow of talk for the capitol of
the new state.
Bill Burro, the official mas-cot of the
Phoenix lodge, was to have been brought
along hy the Phoenicians but the bag
gage car was so crowded with life pre
servers that there was no room for Bill.
Redond Toohey, railro-ad contractor
and son of the Auld Sod, was fined 20
gold jusfc before the special reached El
Paeo for violating rule G, which required
each member to appear in the -arade at
Phoenix the night before in white
trousers and sox and shoes of the same
The Phoenix Elks' special is the larg
est and finest of any sent to the Detroit
convention from a city the size of
G. P. Driscoll, past exalted ruler of Xo.
335, was the official delegate on the
train from the Phoenix lodge.
"A-R-I-Z-O-X-A" was the yell and a
Npurple ribbon wich "Phoenix, Arizona"
the badge of the 'piurrims. White hats,
blue serge coats, white trousers and
shoes was rhe official uniform of the
NEW STAB IN
GEAND OPERA WORK
New York, X. Y., July 7. "Mr.Gatti
Casazza says I must sing at the Metro
politan opera house, so I suppose I will
have to," said iss Alma Gluck when
she arrived here on board the Pro
vence, of the French line. Three weeks
ago she went to Paris to try to sort of
"beg off" from her contract with the
Metropolitan, on the ground that she
feared she would have stage fright
when she appeared next season on the
boards of the big opera house.
"I wanted to spend a year or two in
the smaller opera houses," Miss Gluck
said, "so that I gradually could become
accustomed to big audiences. I asked
Mr. Gatti-Casasza to let me off for one
year at least, and two if possible. He
only laughed at me."
Miss Gluck, who is a soprano, sang
the role of Mimi in "La Boheme" with
Mr. Caruso, in Boston, last season, and
with such success that she was in
formed that he was to appear in lead
ing roles in New York next season. The
prospect made her nervous.
TO TylESICO HERE
Chi Shan, the Chinese minister to
Mexico City, accompanied by his wife
and child, arrived in El Paso Thursday
morning over the Mexican National
railway. He Is registered at the St. Re
gis and will remain in the city until
Friday morning. t
While here, a njimber of prominent
Chinese residents of El Paso called on
him. He is en route to San Francisco,
where he wil take passage for China.
RAIX FALLS IX THE
EASTERX PART OF CITY.
"While It was making a desperate ef
fort to rain down town Wednesday
evening, Jupitor P. was working over
time on the highlandsand gave the
Government Hjll folks a shower that
was a shower. As the wind was coming
from that direction the suburbanites
claim that the entire city was cooled
as a result of the showers' out there
and everyone owes them a vote of
thanks for the fine night's sleep. There
was a heavy rain at "Washington park.
TTTT'ne'EE"rTr mn TTnnr.
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Pile., " -i3asKiJN3SS.
a school of mixes liiUATiS A.iD BURIALS.
Senator C. B. Hudspeth expects to in-
troduce his bill revising the mining SAX AXTOXIO "WO MAX DIES.
taws of the state of Texas and also one , rrR Arnr- a Rr.i-r.-oii t,
providing for the establishment of a SX f .; f"' Tpx SS
schol of mines at El Paso at th especial wS" " ln w" ? ' .?f" -fr
session of the legislature, called for "Jf.J" a local hosPital- , M
July 19. The special session wa called Bodwell ms 08 years of age, and had
by governor Campbell to repeal the in- been !E1 Ps0 w months. Accom
surance law but it is expected that other PnIed by a daughter the body will be
legislation may be taken up. If this
is done senator Hudspeth will make an
effort to have his two pe,t bills passed.
Mrs. C. E. Hefflen and children of
1915 Boulevard left this morning for
Long Beach, Cal., for the summer.
Miss Marie Parker left Thursday
night on a visit to east Texas. '
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ter will be investigated by the proper
Ila-wkers TVant Licenses.
"When the city clerk announced that
he had on hand 38 applications for i
hawkers' licenses, nearly all being re- !
newals, jt brought alderman Blumenthal J
to his feet. I
"I think that the council should either
not issue them licenses and make them
get off the streets, or else give them
licenses and let them remain there,"
"I should think it would be well to
refer them to the police commission
and chief of police, and, where the
hawkers are reported as retarding traf
fic and interfering with pedestrians, to
annul their license," said alderman Mc
Ghee. "As I understand it, no new permits
are to be issued," said alderman Clay
ton, "and it is left to the judgment of
the council whether to continue the
old ones or revoke them if they are
Mayor Robjineon thought that the
needy ones, such as cripples, etc., should
be allowed the privilege of making a
living. The granting of the licenses
was put over, however, pending fur
City engineer Todd filed his report
of the acceptance of the street Im
provements in Mundy Heights, which
were held up from last week. The
council referred the report to the city
Final estimates on the construction
work on East Rio Grande straet and
building a driveway to the Mesa hose
station were also submitted and war
rants ordered drawn for the amounts
specified, subject to the approval of
the olty attorney. The council then
Hall the Next
Sheriff For El Paso
Now that the prize fight is over in
terest is being taken in the approach
ing election. The interest seems to be
centering on the race for sheriff and
every day the chances of the reelection
of sheriff Hall are brighter. In fact
it is not a question now of his election,
it is just a question of his majority.
The first time F. J. Hall ran for sheriff
his majority was about 600, the second
time it was over 1000, and now his
friends predict that he will have a ma
jority of about 1500 nhen the votes are
counted after the conflng election. De
spite the fact that Mr. Hall will be re
elected he and his large number of i
friends are working to see just how
large a majority he can receive. Today
F J. HALL.
there is not a county official that has a
larger circle of friends than sheriff
Hall. His friends are working day and
T" ? aril f OllS? rtr. --T 'S-r- J-P j-- V. a A .rl n.n(-l
rsf ,"XT , i -wnTr U.
tmngs you hear of sheriff Hall Is that
he never forgets his friends just as
soon ns the elpotinn is nvcr. Tn "ri-
Hall hi friends are his friends in or
out of a campaign.
Mr. flail returned from the eastern
part of the county this morning and re
ports everything looking good and if he
does not poll a large percent of the
votes intthe eastern part of the county,
as well as El Paso and surrounding
towns, he is going to be very much dis
appointed. Even those who are not working for
Mr. Hall In tnis race are for him be
cause his record In office has been so
clean and fair. The records will show
and the prisoners will testify that they
were accorded excellent treatment, that
the best sanitary conditions have pre
vailed and that the expenses in keeping
up the jail have been very modest dur
ing his term of office and will further
show that a jail delivery was unknown
during his term.
The few who are not for the reelec
tion of Mr. Hall cannot object to his.
method of making the campaign because
it has been conducted in a quiet and
gentlemanly manner and every day he
is making new votes while his friends
are doing likewise.
The fact that Mr. Hall has proved to
be one of the best officials in tije his
tory of the sheriff's office entitles him
to reelection, is the assertion made by
his friends, Decause a good sheriff Is a
very important office for the welfare
of any county. Mr. Hall's record as
chief of police of El Paso is also doing
him much good In the present race be
cause those who had dealings with him
are reported as saying that he was fair
and square with all, having no friends
to reward or enemies to punish. Adv.
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shipped to San Antonio
Simmons & Carr.
MARY MAXXERIXG C03IIXG.
Mary Mannering will be seen in El
Paso this fall. Frank Rich received
her contract Thursday She Is now in
Chicago appearing in "A Man's World.
She will appear here in the same piece.
4r- fg5 tab g rK$&s&gs&
said to be something very pretty.
THE EL PASO HERALD
To Every English Reading
Home In El Paso
THE EL PASO HERALD
Never refuses to
E EL PASO HERALD
Never Hesitates to swear to
its circulation before any judge
or juror 'when called upon
THE EL PASQ HERALD'S
Circulation Is Over
1 1 ,000
More than THREE TIMES the
El Paso Newspaper
FEE EL PASO HERALD
Never Cuts Advertising Rates
They are the LOWEST IN EL
PASO, Circulation Considered
OFFICERS ARREST PARK
Edward A. Ellis Will Be Given Hearing
On Embezzlement Charge Before
Justice TVatson Friday.
Edward A. Ellis, who was interested
In the drink stand privilege in connec
tion with the theater at "Washington
park, will have a preliminary hearing
in justice "Watson's court Friday after
noon on a charjje of embezzlement. The
complaint is sworn to by T. C. Cabney,
who has the moving picture and drink
privilege at the park. Cabney alleges
that EUis has refused to pay over mon
Officers who were hunting for Ellis 1
"Wednesday night, arrested him as he
was going down San Francisco street
He was later turned over 'to the county
authorities. El Vis is a married man.
OFFICERS ARREST MEXICAN
OX CHARGE OF DRUXKEXXESS
Sciplano Dominguez was arrested
"Wednesday night by mounted officer
Iko Stevens at Ninth and El Paso
1 streets, on a charge of drunkenness and
i taken to jail. Dominguez, it is claimed.
"was trying to Induce a fifteenyearold
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I boy to enter a saloon with him when
older brother interfered. A call
was then turned in for an officer. Judge
Lea in police court deferred the case
until the Thursday afterncfon session.
Dominguez failed to furnish a $25 bond
Thursday mornirg and Is in jail.
Police judge Lea has dismissed the '
case of Joe Smiley, about IS years of
age, charged with assault. The arrest
was made by officer Finley as a result
of a fight between a number of boys
at Fourth and South Stanton streets.
l XEGRO GETS DISMISSAL.
John Spriggs & negro, was released
from custody by the police "Wednesday
night, his case being dismissed in po
lice court. He was arretted on a charge
of throwing a bottle at a white man as
a result of fight arguments.
The face cream that will clean
your skin and keep it soft and
To make it easy for you to try
Pink Blush, we have it put up in
A Large Trial Jar 10c
We also give you a booklet, "Sug
gestions on Massage," which gives
valuable advice on the care of the
face and neck and a chart showing
the proper method of massage.
300 Mesa Ave.
El Paso, Tex.
TEE WATERS-PIERCE OUSTER
CASE IX OKLAHOMA OPEXS
Enid, Okla.. July 7. "When the case
against the Waters-Pierce Oil company
was called before district judge Hus
ton here today, both sides presented an
agreement that the cae be heard by
the court. The jury was then dis
charged. Judge Huston ordered the attorneys
to proceed and the taking of evidence
was begun. X. H. Pierce, Arthur Pierce
and John D. Archbold were not present
Their depositions will be tendered
The state will present evidence alleging
that the company is in an illegal com
The court will hold night sessions.
FIXED IX POLICE COURT.
Frank McCoy at the morning session
of police court, was fined 53 by judge
Lea on a charge of being drunk and
Shady side Oregon St., opp. postoffice
SEE OUR NOVEL WINDOW DISPLAY
Where to buy hay, oats,
rain, etc., etc. Tnis question
is satisfactorily settled if
you decide to fcivor us with
your orders. "We carrv a
large stock on hand which as
sures prompt delivery. Also
headquarters for fresh field,
srarden and flower seeds.
JLir C&JLJL jf
Third and Chihuahua Sts.