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EL PASO HERALD
10
Tuesday, Sept. 20. 1910.
ABALONE FOOD
Abalones are deep sea shell fish, caught in the
purest ocean water off the California coast by
divers and prepared by a special process. They
are far more nutritious than oysters or clams and
are specially recommended by physicians in debil
ity and wasting diseases.
Abalone food contains pure Albumen in really
assimilable form. .
FULL DIRECTIONS WITH EACH OAK"
25c Per Can
SOMETHING- NEW F.VRRV T1AV
California Blue Plums.
Fancy California Tomatoes.
Valley Spinach and Mustard Greens.
Fresh Beets, Turnips and Badishes.
Summer Squash and Cucumbers.
Fine Head Lettuce and Parsley.
Mountain Green Beans and Cabbage.
i Green Lima Beans and Green Peas.
Colorado Freestone Peaches.
Fancy Valley Pears and Grapes.
jkj ews
Brevities
Train liullclZa.
All afternoon and eening trains are
reported on time.
Commercial Conprrcss Call.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 20. Many na
tional questions are to be considered at
the 21st annual session of the trans
MississippI commercial congress to be
helC at San Antonio, Texas, November
22 25, the call for which has been is
sued here by Fred "W. Fleming-, of Kan
sas City, chairman of the executive
committee.
j bia today by Emerson B. Smith, a
realty operator of New Mexico, who
claims that after giving- a final decis
ion in his favor in a case involving
valuable land adpoinlng the town of
Clovis, X. M., acquired by Smith at a
cost of $3000, the secretary reopened
the case without authority of law and
awarded the land to another, who
seeks to oust Smith on a technicality.
The .secretary was restrained from
carrying his decision in effect pending
a hearing set for Sept. 30.
Watson's Groceries are Famous for Quality
Those large queen olives we just re
ceived are about the nicest we have
ever seen.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Impossible to Believe
They are made of candy. Look in the
window at
The Elite Confectionery
Hobble Skirt to Go.
Chicago, I1L, Sept. 20. The begin
ning of the end of the hobble skirt is
noted by some of the dressmakers
gathered here in convention. It was
stated that skirts are already widening
out and many of the modistes declared
that their advice to women, hovering
on the brink of gowning themselves a
la loosely wound umbrella, was "don't.
NOTICE.
W'e have understood that there is
some report 'Mrculating among our for
mer patrrns that we were going out of
business.
Any .such report is erroneous and
false "Ve have some new men with us
that arc experienced transfer and liv
ery :nen and fuHy capable of runnins
our lusmeas in perfectly satisfactory
manner with our patrons and we appre
ciate favors extended us in past and
are ready at all times to 'serve our
friends
Pomeioy El Paso Transfer Co.
tV. .T. Harris, President.
"V. C. Davis, Vice President.
.1. "W. Davis, Manager.
Chile 100 Years Old.
Buenos Ayres-, Argentine, Sept. 20.
The city has been made gay with decor
ations and lights in honor of the cen-
0 i MDP
Privileges of Douglas, Bis
bee and El Paso Clubs
to Be the Same.
Dr. Anna Xvenm, lady physician, resi
dence 812 Magoffin. Both phones.
fk
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS AND
VEGETABLES
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
EL PASO
MERCHANTS
Tou 'nave no idea how nice Flaked
Codfish is if you nnvo never eaten any.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Donkeys In Demand.
"Washington, D. C, Sept. 20. Mules
and donkeys are in demand in South
Africa, according to Geo. L. Foster,
American vice consul general at Cape
town, who in a report to (the department
of commerce and labor, gives as the
reason therefor the spread of Dast
Coast fever among cattle and the conse
quent destruction of transportation and
farm oxen.
Douglas, the Warren district and El
Paso are to be more closely united even
than at present when these three com
munities are already as close as three
bojs in bed.
The Douglas. Warren District and El
Paso Country clubs are perfect in 2 an ar
rangement by which the -members of,
km:u in. L'uese uuee ciuds may enjoj cne
privileges of the other clubs at am- time,
the arrangement being equivalent to n
non-resident anembershin m the two
clulbs in addition to the home club of the
member.
This Ian was first susr?ested b
tennary of Chile, which is now being Walter Douglas, who ?s one of the most
celebrated. A procession composed of 1 active clubmen in the southwest. The
troops from the garrison, various so- suggestion was immediately aoterl unnn
cieties and students today marched ' by each of the clubs and "a committee
past the Chilean legation. Numerous . from each club was appointed to meet
speeches were made, all of them Indl- j at toe Warren District club in Bisbee
caiing tnt warm coraianiy ana iru
ternity existing between the two nations.
Mrs. Dan Kelly's Cakes.
There's a secret In the making of
cakes and Mrs. Dan Kelly knows that
secret. That's why tney are so popular, j
Baked fresh every day. 7o cents eacn
Jackbon's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 333.
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Oyer Guarantee shoe store.
SOUTHER!
yvvfi
rfilJifTil
TO TELEP
Who Make
C. Ii. Billlngton, 709 Magoffin.- Tel.
1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating
espouses
Dickinson in China.
Pekin, China, Sept. 20. "Wm. J. Cal
houn, the American minister, the other
members of the legation guard and a
detachment of imperial guardsmen met
me trainfwnicn Drougnc jacoD ju. uick.
inson, the American secretary of war,
and party from Hankow to this city.
(Secretary Dickinson was borne tnrough
the gates into the legation in a Sedan
chair.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Try some Tobasco shrimp. It will
hit your palate just right.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
Bell
1054
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Anto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1965
We store goods. Opp. Posto-ffice, across Plaza
Bell
608 & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
j Auto
3 1063
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
L U i1 B
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
Awning S
es
Bell
2CU4.
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Pasr 3t
Auto.
2044.
Bell
B18
Auto
1188
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
Bell 20
Auto 1020
202 Tez& St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
? EL PASO BRICK C0.aKr
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. O. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
Odd Fellows Grovr Fast.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 20. The predic-
j tion that by 1919 the Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows will number three
million members if It continues its
present rate of Increase was made by
John P.. Goodwin, grand secretary of
the sovereign grand lodge at the open
ing cC the annual convention. The
hundredth anniversary of the orders
falls In 1919.
Mexico Still Celebrating:.
Mexico, City, Sept. 20. A torch light
procession in which 6000 persons par
ticipated was a spectacular feature
here last night of the centennial cele
bration. The parade was a strictlj'
civic one. The exhibition of Mexican
art, organized by the Society of Mexi
can Artists, was formally inaugurated
Monday. Social features of the cele
bration last night included an official
reception by the special ambassador
of China, Chang Yin Yang.
Dr. YV. R, AVeefcs, chronic diseases.
If you like something good to eat and
want to buy it at the right price, wo
believe here is the place to get it. Our
goods are always fres.1.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
Snake in MaUuag.
Butler, Pa., Sept. 20. It has become
known that for three weeks the federal
government has been on the trail of a
snake. Postoffice inspector Geo. TV.
Craighead, of Pittsburg, has been as
signed to tne case upon complaint of
Miss "Winifred Turk, postmistress at
Hill&rds, that she found the reptile
three feet 'long In a sack: thrown off
the train here. Railway postal clerks
declare their innocence, and say the
reptile must have crawled into the bag
while it lay on the station platform.
Dr. teslye Hyde, osteopathic physi
cian, 814 Mesa.
Dr. J. A. Hedrick, surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
New Mexican Sues UalHnprer.
Washington, D. C, Sept, 20. Secretary-
Ballinger was sued., in the su
perior court of the District of Colum-
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.
HACK and BAGGAGE
Wffl be np right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116-to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
Reasonable Prices.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
Bell
1054
BAGGAGE a
Auto
1966
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right nricc
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
Rent the
EASY RUNNING WHITE
H. L. Stewart Furniture Co., Agents, 310-312 S. Stanton.
Our Motto, Easy Payments, Fair Dealings, Good Goods.
Ben
111
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Auto
1271
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St
Bell 956.
Auto 2356.
PL
109 N. Campbell St
MATTICE-BUSH PLUMBING CO.
Quick
Repairs.
Use the
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
HENRY MOHR
CUT RATE HARDWARE
309 S. El Page St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware. Tools, all
k'nds. Saddles. Harness. Cutlery Tents O'? Pafnt. Etc
"- - I
Xctl J?
ON" OUR 25c
CREAM C0CGANUT
15c Pound
WEDNESDAY ONLY
We use HOT "WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
NOTICE
THE INTERNATIONAL WATER
COMPANY.
EL PASO, TEXAS, SEPT. 20, 1010.
Al.Ii PERSONS HAYING ACCOUNTS
DUE THEM FROM THE INTERNA
TIONAL WATER COMPANY, WILL
PLEASE PRESENT THEM FOR PAY
MENT AT THE COMPANY'S OFFICE
ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30TH,
1910.
THE INTERNATIONAL "WATER CO.,
JNO. M. WYATT,
RECEIVER.
$&e.
CONFECTIONERY COMPANY,
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
?06 N. Oregon St Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
QUALITY WOR
In Kodak Finishing and
Bromide Enlarging
I FRED J.
COMPANY
El Paso, Tex.
Knox
and
Stetson
5 1 an maid
See Our
Window
Kli'ed In a Theater.
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 20. While
enjoying- the moving pictures in a
roofless alrdome here last night, Ru
dolph Gastelum, a visitor from Cal
exico, was mortally -wounded by a bul
let fired by some one whom the police
have been unable to find. Gastelum
died on the way to the hospital. There
was no warning report. No one in the
theater or its vicinity heard the shot
One theory is that the bullet was
fired from one of the jiew noiseless
guns. Another is that it was a care
lessly fired bullet from a distance.
Pure, unadulterated foods, edibles and
drinkables that are chosen by the most
skilled' experts are what's always ex
pected of Jackson's. That our custom
ers are never disappointed in the qual
ity is proved by the vast business this
sanitary- grocery store of ours does.
Jackion'H SnnXtary CJrocery.
Phone 353.
Sailors to Bathe Dally.
Portsmouth, Va., Sept. 20. Consterna
tion was created among the officers and
crews of the battle ship fleet at sea
off this, port when orders were flashed
through the fleet by wireless from the
flagship Connecticut for every man
aboard to take a bath and change his
underwear every morning before the
snips went into action. The complete
absence of bloodpoisoning among the
mxen aboard the Japanese men-o-war
during the llussian-Japanese war was
attributed to the fact that the Japa
nese took sucii precautions to prevent
the infection of their wounds through
soiled clothing.
KulKhts of Pythlns, Notice.
The funeral of brother 1 rank "Wer
tane will be held from the parlors of
Peak & Lyon, "Wednesday, .Sept. 21st,
4 p. m. Your presence i- requested.
R. F. Love, C. C.
You'll like those fresh (I'll pielcles or
ours if you'll let us send up some.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
THE NEWPOSENER BUILDING.
Work on Poscners new building,
corner San Antonio and Mesa, is pro
gressing rapidly but it will not be
ready for occupancy for some time yet.
It was originally planned to open the
building by September 15, but It is
probable now that it will be fully two
weeks later than the original date
planned before the building will be com
pleted and ready for business. In the
meantime, Posener is making a pre
liminary showing at the old location.
Radical price concessions are offered,
not only on fall millinery of all kinds
but also hair goods, ribbons, not to
mention the mammoth sale of ostrich
plumes. This plume sale, which began
last week, is the talk of El Paso. The
people who have made comparisons do
not hesitate to say that Posener's
plumes are uperior and prices are
lower than n'xywhere in town. The im
ported Parisian hats intended for the
opening of tne new store will be shown
at the old location, No. 3 Pioneer Plaza,
to all those who are lnterestel in su
perb millinery.
I and perfect the plan. Dr. C. P.
Brown, of the El Paso clubs, at
tended the meeting as the represen
tative of the local Countr club. The
meeting was unanimously in favor of the
proposed iplan and its action will be
ratified by the board of directors of the
three clubs at their regular meetings.
he .1 I'aso elub will have a meeting
, Tuesday evening to hear Dr. Brov n's
report and will take favorable action
upon it.
By the new arrangement, it will be
possible for the three clubs to exchange
privileges with the members of the
other clubs. Instead of being nn invited
guest while in the same city where the
club is located, the visiting clubman
will 'be able to enjoy all of the club
privileges. This is in keeping with th
purpose of the three clubs, for these or
ganizations have been one of the trrcnt.-
est factors in the cementing the friend- '
snips of the three cities.
It is expected to have the plan in
operation before the annual "olf con
test here on October, 15 and 16. which
will be an informal celebration of Taft
Diaz day. Letters have oeen received by
chairman C. H. Leavell, of the sports
and pastimes committee of the Coun
try club, from the Douelas and
"Warren District clubs, stating that
a full quota of golfers will be over for
the annual contest. Douglas is plannrn"
to send a 20 men team to compete for
possession of the silver tropin cup. The
Warren District club will a'lso send a
team to compete in the contest.
A foursome match is also bing ar
ranged for the championship of tihe
southwest in two men play. The two
men making the lowest medal score in
the contest will qualify for the four
some and a special trophy will be of
fered for this match. Individual prizes
are also to be offered for the winners
of the various events, both in golf and
tennis.
AMUSEMENTS,
' XEV BILL, AT MAJESTIC.
"Lady Wall Street" is the new bill
at the Majestic, which drew a good
house and pleased the patrons Mon
day night. It will run until Thursday.
The action of the piece is lively and
it is full of specialty numbers, about
the prettiest of which is the telephone
number, "Call Me Up Some Rainy Aft
ernoon," by Miss Shattuck and chorus,
and Pete Gerald's parodies. Gerald is
the new member of the company. All
the former members are retained and
Mr. Gerald is added to the cast.
Some pretty new costumes are worn
and. as usual, there is an electrical
noelty. The musical numbers include:
Good by Little Girlie; Temptation
Rag; Pa's Typewriter; Call Me Up
Some Rainy Afternoon: Oh, What 1
Know About You; My Dusky Rose, and
Mr. Gerald's Parodies.
OPEMSG OP THE HAPPY HOUR.
The management of the Happy Hour
theater was tendered a splendid testi
monial by El Pasoans last night
Every one of the 1200 seats upstairs
and down was taken and the show
was a success, jnJgmg from the way it
was received. .Miss Danee with her sen-
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Millinery
Opening
Occurs Thursday
September 22nd
IIIIIIIII II Illl II
You are cordially invited
I Street J.CalisherDrj Goods Co. e-ia) Street I
noise they never heard berore and will
never want to hear again, provided tho
automobile of chief Armstrong or th
firedepartment remains in going order.
The noise, samples of which have been
given in the A-icinity of the Central fire
station, is produced by a Klaxon horn,
electrically operated. "The auto is also
to be equipped with automatic electric
lights. The instalation of tne new im
provements has been made during the
overhauling process which the machine
has been undergoing for the past week.
It has also been revarnished and is a
glistening red.
Y. M. C. A. XOTES.
A call has been extended to the men
members for regular Wednesday night
meeting of the gymnasium classes.
The first will be held' Wednesday be
tween S: 30 and 9:30.
The young men's gymn. class open
ing Monday night brought out a larger
class than on any occasion last yeai1,
assuring a record season to, come.
Friday night at S oclock "the associa
tion will entertain at a new variety of
"open house." Students are Invited
from the high school, the business col
leges and the Military institute.
OPERATOR CAUSES WRECK.
Cairo, 111., Sept- 20. Four men were
killed in a wreck of a Mobile & Ohio
freierht train, levpn Tnl!x? nnr-n nf
satlonal snake act was featured. Savoy j here, near Beach Ridge, 111., Sunday,
and Savoy kept most of the big audi- , The operator at the station was plac
ence In a roar durinsr the performance, ed under arrest charged with respon
and Miss Ray Montgomery made a big sibillty for the wreck,
hit with anost of the people with her i - - - -
songs, and her jokes: Mack and Co.
also made many people laugn.
All in all, the large house was well
satisfied.
The matinees Wednesday and Satur
day promise big crowds.
"The Happy Hour deserves the best
patronage and encouragement for the
attractions offered," lots of people said
last night after witnessing the first
number of the new season's offerings.
"Can be depended upon- is an ex
pression we all like to hear, and when
it is used in connection with Chamber
lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that it never fails to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and adults.
Sold by all drnjrgists.
SEASOX RESERVATION'S THURSDAY".
The chart for season reservations win
be open Thursday morning- at 9 oclock
at Frank Rich's office, Crawford theater
building, Main street entrance, opposite
Plaza.
HERE IS A REMEDY THAT
WILL CURE ECZEMA
"WE PROVE IT."
Why waste time and money experi
menting with greasy salves and Jotions,
trying to drive the eczema germ from
underneath the skin when the Knob
lauch Drug- Store guarantees ZEMO, a
clean liquid preparation for external use
to rid the skin of. the germ life that
causes the trouble? One application will
relieve the itching and often times one
bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case
of eczema.
In over 2000 towns and cities In
America, the leading druggist has the
agency for ZEMO and he will tell yon
of the marvelous cures made by this
clean, simple treatment. ZEMO is rec
ognized as the cleanest and most popu
lar treatment for eczema, pimples, dan
druff and all other forms of skin or
scalp afections whether on Infant or
grown person. Will you try a bottle on
our recommendation?
Knoblauch Drug Store.
D Leans at COLLEGE or BY MAU
mughonS
f-yiO PRACTICAL
S Incorporated. 5 la 1 7
Iscorporftied. 5 la 1 7 S Ute
21 Years Sktess. 10Q.0CO Snrrr?KrnT. STmwvTs.
More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHON'S than
indorse all other business collegas 'COMBINED.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Peiraaasklp, etc
POSITIONS secured. Catalogue FREE. Adaress
R. F. DAVIS e Paso. Tex., h Douglas. Afz.
(107 S. El Paso St. Phones 1484.)
FIRE CHIEF'S AUTO IS l
NOISIEST OF THE NOISY J
El Pasoans will soon be hearing a i
NDiGESTlON GOES I
Kelly & Pollard Sell Best
Stomach Prescription on
'the Money Back Plan.
Almost everybody knows tnat sick
headache, nervousness and dizziness, aie
caused by a disordered stomach.
Upset stomach and indigestion happen
just because the food you eat does not
digest but lies in the stomach and fer
mencs or tirns sour.
You can stop fermentation and stom
ach distress in five minutes bv mi;
MI-O-NA stomach tablets, -i prescrip
tion that has clone more to cure Indi
gestion and put the stoma.'h In fine
condition than all the stOTach special
ists on earth.
A large 50 .cent box of MI-O-NA stom
ach tablets is all you need to g t ouick
and lasting relief. Kelly. & Pollard
guarantee them.
Mrs. Altie Cson, of 01 Dun Head,
Battle Creek. Mi.n., js.ed 511-O-NA and
within two months was in as goo I
health as ever, and has i good tron?
stomach, and eats anything the likes.
She attributes her good health to MI-O-NA.
If you have heartburn, belrhinsri?
gas, heaviness or any stomach troulu
no matter how chronic. :ry MI-O-NA J
stomach tablets on inonev back plan. ,
Sold by Kelly & Pollard and leading
druggist everywnere.
People who suffer from constipation
should not forget that when the stom
ach properly digests food that constipa
tion disappears. The instructors thit
come with every box of MI-O-NA will
tell you how to cure constipation.
WK0TE AND JAPALAC
Both Modern and Convenient Finishes.
1-2 pints 25c Pints 40c
1-2 gallons $1.35 Gallons $2.50
Quarts 75c
STAIN AND VARNISH COMBINED
! Turtle Paint H Glass Co. I
' "
Have just received CABLOAD OF AMMUNITION '.
'Also full stock of Winchester, Remington, Sav
?ge, Marlin and Stevens Rifles and Shot Guns, Febi
ger 22 Automatic Rifle, Fox Shot Guns and many
other new goods. Call and see them.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
The EI Paso School for Girls
Announces the opening of all regular courses Special classes in Physical Ed
ucation and in Music are now being organized. Th Principal may be seen at
any time by appointment
llll-lllrt Terrace St., Sunset Heights. Telephone 2020 31.
ATTENTION, RE L, ESTATE MEN.
Gtt Busy On This Quick For Sale for 5500.00.
A No. 1 established tent and awning business. A good chance for some one
with little cap'tal to get into the best coming business in El Paso. Good
location, cheap rent. Call quick on Auto phone 1SS2 or writ to J. P., care of
Hrald.

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