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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, August 22, 1910.
Republic Ginger Wafers
These wafers are entirely hand made and in their
manufacture only the best and highest grade of in
gredients are usecl. Packed in one and one-f ourth
pound tin boxes. ,
Grant's Hygenic Crackers
, A Daily Regulation.
A week's trial of these celebrated Crackers will
convince you, eaten daily in place of bread will
help keep the system in perfect order. Recom
mended by all leading physicians and sold by Wat
son's Grocery.1 " :
I 20c -per box-
Select Bartlett Pears, 40-lb. boxes $1.50
Herring in Tomato Sauce, fine for lunch 25c
Preserved Bloaters, imported, per can 35c
Broiled Mackerel, per can. . .-. 35c
Cape Shore Corned Codfish, per can 20c
Dried Boneless Herring, per can ' 15c
Fresh Haddocks, per can 35c
Pish Balls, in Pish Bullion, per can 25c
K ft - Ji 1 i K JbSl wS Bl m A. K 8 B K
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS AND
Phnn 1 51. 210-212 Texas St Atlto 11BL
i " '
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Ben Trunks, Bags ana Leather Goods $??'
1054 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1965
We store goods. Opp. PostotSce. across Plaza
308 & 625
A. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
TO DRIVE MAN" AWAY
Mrs. "F. P. Miller Forces a
Cowboy From House
Mrs. F. P. Miller, -wife of Dr. Felix P.
Miller, drove J. J. Paschal from a house
on the Mesa, near the town of Franklin,
13 miles northwest of El Paso, at the
point of a pistol Friday, and Paschal
was later arrested by a deputy sheriff
and a charge of aggravated asasult
made against him. He secured his re
lease on bond later.
Dr.' Miller tola the following story of
the occurrence Monday morning: "We
purchased 4000 acres of state land on
the mesa near the station of Franklin
on the Southwestern railroad in May,
1909. Of this I have farmed 20 acres
by the latest dry farm methods and
have secured quite a crop of melons,
corn and other fodder. The ranchers in
that section object to the farmers.
"The land we secured had been filed
on by Paschal, but he had failed to live
on it the required length of time and
besides, it was declared by the attorney
general forfeited because it was alleg
ed he had not secured it for himself,
but by collusion with other parties.
"Thursday night Pink and J. J. Pas
chal, whom I had permitted to water
their cattle there, went into the house
I had on the grounds and threw out
everything belonging to Mrs. Miller's
orother, Robert Hall, who was watching
"The following day Mrs. Miller went
out, and when. J. J. Paschal pushed her
out of the house she took her revolver
from her pocketbook and made him get
out. She suffered considerably from
the shock, as she is in a delicate con
t' tion. "We brought her to town in an
automobile, and she is much better.
Paschal was taken to the tin mine and
from there to town in a wagon.
"They had been tearing down our
fences out there and I had protested, but
to no avail. Now I am going to enter
suit to keep them away from the land
which I have purchased from the state."
Pink Paschal has been employed by J.
H. Nations as ranch foreman for several
years and claims that he lived on the
property in question three years and
had right to possession of it.
HIGHLAND PARK FIRE HOUSE
PROVES ITS USEFULNESS.
The now fire station at Highland Park
justified itself in Friday night's fire,
when the grocery stoie and residence
of Bert Swift, at the comer of Dakolu
and Copper streets, was burned at a loss
of $2500. The blaze was close to the
station and a line of hose was laid. While
.unable to save the store, .he adjoining
building, but four feet distaiis, :-nd al
lied at S1500 or $2000, was saved from
WATCH IS RECOVERED
BY MEXICAN'S ARREST
Mail Held on Charge of Be
ing Drunk Had Valuable
On July 15, J. R. Welch, an exsoldier.
and said to be a member ol a promi
nent Boston family, died at a local hos
pital. Several weeks later a letter was re
ceived by the police department from
the dead man's administrator at Fort
Baj-ard, telling of the loss from the dead
man's effects of a valuable gold watch,
a family heirloom, and asking that a
search be made for it.
Saturday a Mexican was arrested and
docketed on a charge of drunkenness,
and when searched at police headquar
ters, a heavy solid gold watch was among
the effects on his person. Inside of the
watch was the inscription, "J. R. Welch,
from hi parents."
The administrator of the dead man's
estate has been advised of the peculiar
finding of the heirloom and it will be
restored to the estate and perhaps aft
erwards to the -parents of the dead man,
who reside in Boston, Mass. The Mexi
can told the police that he got the
watch from a friend.
- "t i
All afternoon and evening- trains are
reported on time.
The Modern Brotherhood of America.
There will be a meeting of the mem
bers of El Paso lodge No. 2177, at the
home of J. p. Delaney, No. 1314 Texas
street, at 8 p. m., on Tuesday, the 23d of
August. Refreshments will be served.
J. P. Delaney.
Smith's delicious ice cream, made in
ali flavors and packed especially for
the family trade. Both phones.
WACO POLICE SUSPECT
RICH MAX WAS POISONED
"Waco, Tex., Aug-. 22. Fearing' foul
play, authorities are Investigating the
death of Charles Burke, a wealthy man,
whose body, was discovered this morn
ing on South First street. He had no
faniily. There is a theory of poisoning.
No arrests have been made.
Dr. Starker, diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. 319, 320 Caples Bldg.
Order some of that delicious ice cream
from the Smith Ice Cream company.
Packed especially for the family trade.
At Chicago. R. H. E.
Brooklyn ..2 0000000 02 3 4
Chicago."" ".". 5 0 0 0 3 2 1 6 x 11 16 1
Batteries: Brooklyn, Barger, Erwin
and Bergen: Chicago, Ruelbach and
Kling. Umpires: O'Day and Brenuan.
AtSt. Louis. R. H. E.
Philadelphia 000001-31 0 5 6 1
St. Louis ...00000000 00 T 2
Batteries: Philadelphia, Moore and
Dooin; St. Louis, Lush and Bresnahan.
At Cincinnati. R- H. E.
Ne-a York . ..O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 5 3
Cincinnati ..0100000 2 x 3 S 0
Batteries: New York, Ames and
Schlei: Cincinnati. Suggs and McLean.
Umpires, Klem and Kane.
At Pittsburg. R- H. E.
Boston 00010200 03 10 1
Pittsburg ...0 0002000 0 2 10 3
Batteries: Boston, Brown and Gra
ham: Pittsburg, Adams anal Gibson.
Umpires: Johnstone and Eason.
At Boston. R. H1, E.
Detroit .....3 0101J00 39 16 0
Boston 0 00000 00 0 0 4 3
Batteries: Detroit, Donovan and
Schmidt; Boston, Smith and Kleinow.
Umpires: O'Loughlin and Egan.
At Philadelphia. R. H. E.
Chicago 0 2001100 04 5 1
Philadelphia 0 0 0 12 0 3 Ox 6 8 3
Batteries: Chicago, Young and Payne;
Philadelphia, Bender and Thomas. Um
pires, Kerin and Evans.
Dr. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
If you want something really enjoy
able, order some of Smith's Ice cream
today. Both phones.,
O. L. BHUngtou, 70S Magoffin. Tel.
HS9. painting, paper hanging, decorating
Nothing better for you than plentv
of milk. Get the F' Paso T)airv kind".
Both phones. Free .xliveries
E. P. & S. W. AWNING CO. 307 S.E! Paso St.
We -will move with Young's El Paso Furniture Co. to 3u7 S. El Paso St.
We make Awnings, Tents, and "Everything That's Canvas." All work guar
anteed and at a cheaper price. Auto. 1SS2.
EI Paso Sheet Metal Works
Bell 548 321 Texas Street Spouting Anto 1148
"Let us give you an estimate Roofing
FOR ECZEMA AND
It gives me much pleasure to write
you that your Imperial Remedy has
proved to be the most reliable medi
cine I have ever'usedMn the treatment
of all curable skin eruptions. I have
employed it in two cases of Eczema, one j
a chronic' and the other an acute. Both j
were completely cured. It is the nicest
preparation I have ever seen, no offens-
i ive odor, no disagreeable effects follow
( its application, as is generally the case
with nearly ail preparations for sucn
diseases. It seems to go right down In
to the pores and purify the diseased
parts. Dr. W. W. Stone, Edna, Texas.
For 25 years Imperial Remedy has
been used in nearly every city, village
and hamlet in the Soutn for the cure
6f skin diseases. If you are a sufferer,
a sure cure awaits you. For sale by
I all druggists at $1.00 per bottle. Made
by Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
Br. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
If you want something nice try one
of Mrs. Dan Kelly's home-baked cakes.
75 cents each.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Get the best milk and when you get
the El Paso Dairy milk vou get the
1 D. D. Drake Moved.
Temporarily to 211 Mills street (St.
Louis), with Casidy . Davidson. Both
Phones, Bell 920: Auto 190d.
E, K. Seamands, 3Igr.
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Pasc St.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
9fl9 Tpyas 3f
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
r EL PASO BRICIC CO. SKSS
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES y
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
HACK and BAGGAGE
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
5, BAGGAGE and MOVING US
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price,
BELL 1054. 0D02PS TRANSFER. AUTO 1966 .
sole agent for THE EASY RUNNING WHITE
.Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
H. L. SlllfW AK1 Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St.
retail GRGCiEitiES wholesale
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD, BROS. ,307-309 E. Overland St.
Special Candy Sale
40 Cents a Pound
Orange and Lemon
These days are milk days. Drink El
Paso Dairy milk.
At "Washington x
Cleveland R. H. E.
- 0102000200 4 9 14 2
1020001010 05 15 2
Batteries : Cleveland, Toung and East
erly; "Washington, Riesling-, Groome
and Ainsmith. Umpires: Colliflower and
At New York. R. H. E.
St. Lonis ..0 0021000 0 3 7 4
New York ..0112001 Ox 5 10 2
Batteries: St, Louis. Hall and Kllli
fer; New York, Qninn, Fisher and Swee
ney. Umpires: Perrine and Kennedy.
Second game. R. H. E.
St Louis ...0 0000100 01 8 2
New York ..1000001 Ox 2 6 0
Batteries: St. Louis. Pelty and
Stephens; New York, Vaughn and Crl
gerT Umpires: Perrine ana Kennedy.
At Houston. . R. H. E.
San Antbnjo 0 3, 2
Houston '. 1 6 3
Batteries: San Antonio, Rogers and
Thackara; Houston, Mitchell and Kel
sey. Umpire: Settley.
At Fort "Worth. R. H. E.
Oklahoma City 0 4 3
Fort "Worth 6 9 1
Batteries: Oklahoma City, Drohan and
)rucke; Fort "Worth, Burke and Grib
bens. Umpire: Jeffries.
Cauliflower, pound, 15c.
Egg plant, pound, 10c.
Summer squash", pound, 10c.
Cucumbers, 2 for 5c.
Celery, 2 bunches for 25c.
Bell Peppers, pound, 15c.
Fancy Sweet Potatoes, 6 pounds, 25e.
Fresh Asparagus, 2 bunches, 25c.
Jackson'K Sanitary Grocery,
Four tired summer bachelors will
journey Clthideroftivard Tuesday for a
week of rest and recreation. Thev are:
VT. K. Marr. J. A, Brads-haw, B. Ml Cow
en and Edgar Kavser.
At Dallas. R. H. t
Shreveport 3 6 3
Dallas .. ........ 5 7 2
Batteries: Shreveport. Herbert. Lin-
genfelder and Henninger; Dallas, Mun-
cell, Evans and iloran. Umpire: On
slow and Ashton.
0Q9 rf-, JP mr " ' j&
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 K. Oregon St. Phone 347
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
300 S. El Paso St.
Guns. Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
kinds Saddles Harness. Cutlery. Tents Ol. Paint. Etc
$3.50 Shirts, now $2.65
JJ) Shirts, now $1.85
$2.09 Shirts, now $1.50
$1.50 Shirts, now $1.15
$1.25 Shirts, now $1.00
E. & W., Cluett and
Let us suggest a dainty frozen dessert.
Phone the Elite an" tlmo.
SMALL MEXICAN BOY
DISMISSED BY JUDGE LEA
Judjre Lea of the police cfurt Mondav
morning dismissed the charge of ma
licious mischief lodged against L. Lopez,
a little Mexican boy about 9 years of
age. The arrest was made bv officer
B. X. Doak. The'boj' was charged with
having thrown a ball through the win
dow of a negro restaurant on Oregon
street, while playing -with a companion.
Youns Lenez deniel that ho wsc f.h.
CHANGE OF TIME CAUSE
OF MISSING TRAIN.
Because he was from Selden, X. M.,
and did not know of the change in lime
of the Golden State limited, engineer
Earl Patterson and Mrs. Patterson were
forced to remain in El Paso another day.
They -went to the station Mond.iv to
leave for Roswell. When thev arrive 1
there the limited had gone at" 12:4j p.
m.. which is 20 minutes ahead of the' clu
Peach Ice cr6-Rm delivered after snp
oer. Phone the Elite.
At Galveston. R. H. E.
"SY"aco . . . . .' ...... 0 2 1
Galveston 2 6 1
Batteries: "Waco. McAdams and Fran
cis; Galveston, Hendrickson and Broun.
At Omaha. R. H. E.
Omaha 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 x 3 7 ?.
St. Joseph .0 0000200 02 5 3
Batteries: Fentress and Gonding;
Crutcher, Swift and Boles.
At Sioux City- R. H. E.
Topeka 5 10 0 0 0 11 0 S 0 2
Sioux City .0 0020100 03 8 5
Batteries: Fugate and Shea; O'Toole,
"Wilson and Miller.
At Lincoln. R. H. E.
10100001000 14 13 2
01010010000 0 3 12 1
Batteries: Fox and Clark; Shackel
ford and Shaw, Clemmons.
At Chattanooga: Chattanooga, 4-3:
A.t Nashville: Nashville, 2-2; Mem
At Mobile: Mobile. 0-0; New Oleans,
At Birmingham: Ten innings. Bir
mingham, 2; Montgomery, 3.
' . COAST LEAGUE.
At Los Angeles. ' ' R. H. E.
Sacramento 4 7 3
Lo- Angeles 2 4 1
Batteries: Nonrse and La Longe: Cri-
ger and Waring.
conntaining Premium Lists
and full information are
now ready and can be had
from FRANK RICH, Secre
tary, Angelus Hotel Block.
For the Fair,
9 Big Dars and
Oct. 29-Nov. 6, 1910.
At Indianapolis: Firt game. JCansas
City, 3; Indianapolis, 5. Second game,
Kansas City. S: Indianapolis, 2.
At Columbus: Milwaukee, 1; Colum
t Louisville: Minneapolis, 3: Louis
At Toledo: St. Paul. 6; Toledo, 2.
FORMER CTTY CLERK
S HERE ON A VISIT.
Mr. and Mrs. 8-n . Catiin. forirerly
of El Pa. but nov of St. Loui; arrt
visiting their d.u.jhter. Arcs Enircne W.
Mitchell. Mr. Culm is in f III P.iso's
old timers. II? -ived in the efiuitv for
nearly 20 years, serving most of that
time as citv clerk. He left here for St.
Louis following Mie eWHoa of Ptrcv
McGhec to the f-itv oWfcliiD. and has
been locatod in Pi. Louis in that time.
Price 2 m-32.
We will not disappoint
Butterick' s Fashions and Free
September Patterns Only
Sale at 215 Texas
The Calisher Corner
J.Caliaher Dry Goods Co. CacorpoaW)
argams as we are
now selling can't last long
S i END,
Sale of Shoes
Secure these Big Shoe Values while
you can. Come tomorrow.
CREWE L PASO'S
f GREATEST StiCZ STORE,
TWO MEN AND A BED
INJURED IN RUNAWAY.
ft Dan Stedam. John Fisher's Man Fri
day at the sneldon hotel, startea to rsi
El Paso Saturday with one of the bed?
from the Sheldon, which had been sold.
The hcrse lecame frightened, ran away
and threw Dan, the Mexican driver and
the bed into an inglorious heap by the
roadside. Stedam returned to the hotel,
the driver went back to the barn and
the bed went to the scrap heap.
RUNAWAY ON EL PASO
STREET ON MONDAY.
At 1 p. m. Mondav a horse and bit"'--,
without a driver, belonging to the Star
stables, dashed through Pioneer plaza
and on down El Paso street, and, at
tempting to make a Hamilton glide
around " the comer of West Overland
street, collided with the iron lanvp post
near the Sam Schwartz store, smashing
the shaft of the buggv. and the horse,
breaking 'away, ran to the stables.
POULTRY MEN PROTEST
AGAINST CHICKEN LAW.
To protest aerainst the proposed cit
chickens within the city limits, the Li
i. a so rcuitix as,swianvn -i .-
special meeting -it the chamber of com-
.merce Jiuesuay ceuiji. xu ; j
folks claim that the ordinance will be
a death ulow to their organization, as .
most of the members live within the j
corporate limits. j
BRITISH CRUISER AGROIIN'D.
Tokio, Japan. Aug". 22. The British
cruiser Bedford v ran ashore In the J
southwest ponion of Quelpart Island J
Riindav- Jananese warships have been 1
. . . i, i.. i
sent to her assistance, me weainer is
bad. The Bedford at the time of the
accident was ailing with the British
squadron from "Wei-Hai-Wei, China, for
FORMER RAILROAD MAX
DEES SUDDENLY AT WACO
TVaco, Tex., Au?. 22. Heart failure
is believed to be responsible for the
death of Otis- "U'. David o2 years old,
whose body was found on the platform
of the Texas Centra J railroad station
here this morning-. David recently lost
his posttfon with the railroad through
change ofv ownership.
BANKER'S HOUSE IS ROBBED
AT AUSTIN OF DIAMONDS
Austin, Tex., Aug. 22. The police are
working on a -clew which, it is believed,
will result' in the capture of the thieves
who secured diamonds worth 2000 at
the residence of H. A. TVroe, a banker,
early Sunday morning- Dogs were
taken there today, but evidently struck
no trail. No arrests have been made.
ALAMOGORDO BATJX DD3S
SUNDAY AT CLOUDCROFT
Cloudcroft, N. M., Aug. 22. Billy, the
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. K. iL Jack
son, of Alamogordo, died here Sunday.
AFTER AN AUTO.
Francis E. Lester, the man who s?ll3
indian 'blankets, real estate, opals an i
cactus .plant "by mail. is. here from his
home in Mesilla Park to drive a new
rIr. and Mrs. R. I. Michelmore, ot
Lordsbufg. N. M., are expected to ar
rive Thursday en route to St. Paul for
a visit. They will be accompanied by
Dorman Daines, their three months old
E. Dorman, father of Miss Pauline
Dorman. of the postoffice, is here from
his home in Tucumcari, N. M.. to at
tend the funeral of Lee Dorman. his
Use Herald Want Ads f 01
THREE WOMEN ARE rIETD
ON VAGRANCY CHARGE.
Aurora Meraz, Manuela Chavez and
Monica Gonzales were .irraignd m po
lice court Monday morning on charges
of vagrancv. The last mimed, who wept
bitterly and declared she was innocent
of the charge, was released on o bona.
The court held the cases over until after
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when you can get a bottle of Cham
berlain's Liniment for twenty-five cents.
A piece of flannel dampened with this
liniment is superior to any plaster for
lame back, pains in the side and chest,
and much cheaper. Sold by all druggists.
As We Told You Before,
We nave paint machinery and can tnrn out any quan
tity and kind of paint on short notice. ,
See Us or Write for Prices' on v
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHSLTON-PAYE ARMS GO.