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la PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1910.
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Van Heuien's Cocoa
It Is the Best and Goes Farthest
"Yan Houten's Cocoa" is unequaled. It is the
standard cocoa of the world, and has had the larg
est sale of any pure cocoa for bverseventy years.
It contains all the nutritive properties of the cocoa
Lean in a highly concentrated and easily digested
form, and at a 'minimum cost per cup. You will
always find a fresh supply at this store.
25c, 50c and 90c per can.
A full assortment .-just received. "We call special
attention to the " Toast eretts" which possess a
charm and fascination wholly its own. It is the
same as the Educator Wafer, with the addition of
being buttered, salted and toasted. It stands
alone, being deliciously different from any other
cracker ever made.
,30c Per Box
All afternoon and evfening traln3 are
reported on time.
New sauerkraut S cents a pound.
Jackson's- Phone 353.
C. W. Geiger packed and shipped to
San Antonio, Tex., the complete fixture
for a barber shop purchased by G. H.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS A$m
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
Former Directors Arrested.
Arkansas City, Kans., Sept. 27. Three
former directors of the Citizens' and
Farmers' State bank? have been ar
rested here charged with receiving- de
posits -hen they knew the bank was
insolvent. The bank closed November
6, 190S. Those arrested were George
Luther " Brown, Thomas Baird .and
George T. Bascastow, all of this city.
All gave bond. Their preliminary trial
was set for Wednesday.
Dr. B. Staten, Roberts-Banner Bids.
In Jackson's Delicatessen
You'll find fresh bloodwurst.
Duffy shot and probably fatally wound
ed Clay Duffy with a shotgun at
Franklin, 111. The shooting is said to
have been the culmination of a feud.
Both men are from Kentucky.
Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
If you want some nice preserves next
winter, get a box of those Bartlett
pears and preserve them. Only $1.50.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Twn Tcmpiin-Ttniftti Ashore. I
Kiel, Germany, Sept. 27. A wireless
message received here reports that two
German torpedo boats have gone J
ashore during evolutions. Iso details
Dr. J. A. Hedrick, surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
Sale of Canary Birds
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Dr. W. -R, Wecics, chronic diseases!
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
Mrs. Christy Goes Home.
Zanesville, O.. Sept. 27. It is stated
that Mrs. Howard Chandler Christy,
! wife of the artist, left the Christy
home on the Muskingum, below here,
Sunday, and returned to New York. No
member of the family accompanied her
to the station, and she used a taxicab
instead of the Christy automobile.
Friends of the family say that all hope
of the expected reconciliation has been
In VJnckson's Delicatessen
You'll find the nicest hard salami
you ever ate.
C. L. Billington, 709 Magoffin. TeL
14S9, painting, paper hanging, decorating
To Ask Recognition.
Mexico City, Sept. 27. Dario Arel
lano, special representative of Juan
Estrada, the victorious leader of the
revolutionary forces in Nicaragua, ar
rived here from Managua en route to
Washington. It is believed here he "will
endeavor to induce the American gov
ernment to recognize the Estrada administration.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966 .
We store goods. Opp. PostOvfice, across Plaza
SCS & 629
A. E. 2YAW & CO.
0PE2T ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
HURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
Awning shades and Curtains
AVhite Rock Table Water
Is the purest and best table water
known. "We buy in carload lots. Make
New York 'prices.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocerr.
Colby Cannot Resign.
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 27. The com
mon council of Milwaukee has refused
to accept the resignation of health
commissioner Br. "Wm. Colby Rucker.
Dr. Rucker recently resigned following
charges brought by Catherine Helsorf.
The charges were dismissed In court
Dr. Anna Renn, lady physician, resi
dence S12 Magoffin. Both phones.
In Jackson's Delicatessen
You'll find the nicest new
Cleveland, O., Sept. 27. Harry IC
jDeveroux, president of the Forest City
Livestock and Fair company, and un
der whose auspices the grand circuit
races at the North Randall track, near
here were held in August, has been ac
quitted on a charge of permitting
gambling. Justice John C. Murphy
held that Deveroux could not be held
personally responsible, .and that it was
the fair company that should have been
Let us suggest a dainty., frozen desert.
Phone the Elite any time.
In Jackson's Delicatessen
You'll find the best weinerwursts.
Bury Americans at Granada.
Granada, Nicaragua, Sept. 27. It has
been definitely decided to bring the
bodies of the Americans Cannon and
Groce, who were executed by order
of expresident Zelaya, here for burial
David Arellane, the new Nicaraguan
minister to the TJited States, presided
at the meeting at which this action was
taken. A monument will be erected to
the memory of the two Americans.
Peach Ice cream delivered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
Iiltfle Hope for Stubbs.
Cleveland, O., Sept. 27. A fighting
chance for his life is all that the doc
tors will concede to Donald P. Stubbs,
son of J. C. Stubbs, of Chicago, traffic
director of the Harriman lines, who i3
lying In a hospital here dangerously
wounded as the result of a supposed ac
cidental shot with a revolver on Sun
A barrel of Heinz new sauerkraut
here, only 8 cents a pound.
Jackson's Snnltnrr Grocery,
Make Chnrses Aprainst Mayor.
Seattle, "Wash.. Sept. 27. The execu
tive committee of the public welfare
league went on record yesterday as fa
voring the recall of mayor Hiram C.
Gill as the result of allegations of
graft In connection with the police
system of handling vice in the re
stricted district and ordered that pe
titions be circulated at once asking
for the recall election in accordance
with the provisions of the city -charter.
The committee charges mayor Gill
with gross, wilful and persistent neg
lect of his duty as head of the police I
department of the city.
Dr. ieslye Hyde, osteopathic physi
cian, S14 Mesa.
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Paar St.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Tezas St
' SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
Motued and pi QAQA RIflC fA Diy Messed Stock"
Fire Brick Kk r HW PIHvil VW and Wire Cut Brick
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
In Jackson's Delicatessen
You'll find pure home made horse
radish. Phone 333. v
Feud Breaks Affnln.
Jacksonville, 111., Sept. 27-
Not a minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even
after the croupy cough appears, will'
prevent the attack. Sola by all druggists.
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 'San Francisco Si. Careful Men.
Bell 1Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minuf e." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOK'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
EASY RUNNING WHITE
H. L. Stewart Furniture Co., Agents, 310-312 S. Stanton.
Our Motto, Easy Payments, Fair Dealings. Good Goods.
?$ RETAIL 6R0CfliES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland Sty
109 N. Campbell St
MATTICE-BUSH PLUMBING CO.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
In Kodak Finishing and
FRED J. FELDMAN
El Paso, Tex.
309 S. El Paae St.
Guns. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders' Hard-ware. Tools, all
kinds Saddles. Harness. Cutlery Tents OI? Paint. Etc
OX OUR 40c
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
mQ jy &
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
'i06 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
Xotice to the Public.
T'e beg to notify our friends and pa
trons tliat we have opened the season
Avlth real vaudeville, wave a full show
this week, 12 of the best vaudeville
artists ,yet; "we also have organized a
full orchestra and guarantee our pa
trons the best music in El Paso; we
have this week a strong feature bill,
and will willingly refund the money to
any one who is dissatisfied. Prices
20 and 30c; children half price. Mat
inees Wednesday, Saturday and Sun
day, 15c; children 10c
The ITeal Vaudeville Theater.
Hay Steamer Afire.
Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 27. The steam
er A. "W. Sterrett bound from Tacoma
,lo Seattle, with a cargo of hay, caught
fire at her dock late Monday. After
burning 20 minutes she was taken in
tow by a tug .and beached. CJapt- Ma'
son and his crew of eight men were
taken off without mishap. The vessel
will be a total loss.
500 Singing Canaries on Sale Tomorrow
Last spring, at onr Opening, we introduced the novel feature of haying canary
birds placed throughout the store. They attracted a great deal of attention and
customers clamored to buy them. We recently had an opportunity to make a
s deal with a firm of Eastern bird importers to send one of their representatives
here with a collectipn of canaries. He has arrived and the birds will be on sale
tomorrow on the Second Floor. v
These birds come from the Hartz Mountains in Germany. They are all healthy young birds, and
each one is guaranteed by the company who sent them to El Paso. Each bird comes in a little wood
en cage, for convenient carrying. An expert Bird Man will have charge of the sale and can give you
anv information desired as to their care or characteristics. Such birds as will be jfj -y g
on'sale tomorrow usually sell at from ?5.00 to $7.00 at regular bird stores. You L M X M
have choice tomorrow, and the balance of the week, at .": ZfJ.mJS'
Each Day Adds to the
Completeness of Fall Stocks
We are making rapid progress toward getting the temporary store in order.
Immense quantities of fall merchandise are arriving daily, being unpacked and
placed in stock. Already the Second JPloor has reached splendid proportions as
regards selections. Some of the features are as follows:
This week we are emphasizing
medium (priced millinery especially
hats at $4.95 to $9.95. At tihis price
range we offer you a wide range of
If you desire the trimming on a cer
tain hat changed, or any special hat
made to order, our Millinery Work
room can do it for you.
$1.00 Plumes 50c
10-inch Ostrich Plumes, black, and
white only, regular price $1.00 each;
Extra Special tomorrow
and Thursdav -.
$4.50 Turbans $3.45
These are the new taffeta silk drape
turbans. Come in various styles and
colorings. Prices range regularly to
$4.50; Extra Sipecial tomorrow and
School hats for the little girls at an
attractive price reduction. AU the
new shapes in children's hats are of
fered and all the new color combina
tions. The variety is too large for us
to attempt further description. Come
tomorrow, or next day, and chorfse
the little iiirls' school hats. Values
to $1.50; special tomorrow Qp
and Thursdav '. . . . J C
$6 Silk Petticoats
Black silk petticoats of su
perior quality of silk- Have
nearsilk ruffle protector.
They are petticoats that
sell regularly to $6.00; to
morrow only, as an Intro
ductory Special, we give
U A OK
J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. QjKcrpcnrtwD
Women's outing flannel
gowns in plain colors, also
stripes and figured effects.
The outing in these gowns
is of exceptionally fine
quality. Regular prices
$1.25 and $1.35; Extra Spe
cial tomorrow and QP
N. Stanton Street
Ready -to- Wear
Every Eastern express now brings us
something additional inthe way of
fall ready-to-vear. We now have on
display and sale in our Eeady-to-Wear
Section, second floor, practically
complete selections in
y Children's Dresses
New "Hobble" Dresses,
The "Hobble" Skirts
In addition, we are now offering spe
cial inducements in ready-to-wear
garments. We note several for to
morrow and Thursday.
Sheer lawn waists, very dainty and
pretty, finished with Dutch, collar.
Such waists sell regularly for $1.75
and $2.00"-v we offer them tomorrow
and Thursday rfa -a p
These are very nice little dresses.
Made of gingham, gahitca, linene and
percale. Many pretty styles to se
lect from, and dresses are so neatly
made and so carefully finished.
Values to $3.50.; very special tomor-
J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. CncorpcrateQ
Bartlett pears for preserving-,
a box. Jackson's. Phone 353.
Review Chinese Troops.
Peking-, China, Sept. 27. The final of
the visit of Jacob Dickinson, the Amer
ican secretary of war; Brigadier Gen
eral Clarence B, Edwards, chief of bu
reau of insular affairs, and their party
to Peking, was a review of a division
of modern troops in the open country
north of Peking.
LIVE AVIRE KILLS MAX.
Galveston. Tex., Sept. 27. "While
painting a telephone pole here this
morning-, "William Gaynor, 20, was kill
ed by a live wire. He is a lineman of
whom little is known here'Tjxcept that
he has relatives in England.
Monday evening in the First Baptist
church the teachers and officers of the
city schools were given a reception by
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Smith and
the congregation of ifche church.
It Causes Much Misery if
not Kept in Condition.
Many women who would not tolerate
anything- but a scrupulously clean
kitchen continue day in and day out to
suffer from an unclean stomach, where
food ferments, turns sour and becomes
It is just as easy for a woman to keep
her stomach clean, as to keep 'ner
kitchen clean; in fact it is much easier,
and does not require hours of toil.
One or two Mi-o-na stomach tablets
after each meal will in a short time
thoroughly clean and renovate the most
distressed stomach. They will do more;
they will put strength and energy into
the walls df thetomach, and cause the
juices of digestion to flow freely, o that
all food will promptly digest.
"Women; keep your stomacn clean and
free from fermenting food, and you will
find 4hat other ailments such as nausea,
biliousness, sick headache, nervousness,
sleeplessness, constipation and palpi
tation of the heart will disappear.
Kelly& Pollard and drugg-ists every
where sell lui-o-na stomach tablets for
only 50 cents a large box. They are
guaranteed to cure indigestion or any
stomach trouble, or money back. They
stop belching of gas and after dinner
distress in five minutes. Give them a
fair trial they won't disappoint you.
One woman writes:
"I had been bothered for eight years
with gas, belching and bloating- of tae
stomach. MI-O-NA cured me."
STATE G-RANTS TIME
FOR LAND PAYMENTS
Efforts of Senator Hudspeth.
in Behalf vf Settlers
Through the efforts of state senator 1
Claude B. Hudspeth, of El 1'aso, tne sez
tlers on the public school lands of west
Texas will not be required to pay the
annual 3 ercent interest on the school
land holdings until July 1. 1911. These
payments on 'public school land holdings
will be due in Novemlber, but owing to
the drouth in the western part of the
state, the 3 percent payment would have
been a hardship on the settlers of the
trans-Pecos country and would have
forced many of them to have abandoned
Recognizing this fact, senator Hud
speth laid the matter before governor
Campbell and asked for an act of the
legislature extendinjr the time of pay
ment on this land. To this the governor
demurred, senator Hudspeth says, be
cause he did not wish to do western
Texas countrv he injustice of advertis
ing it as a droutfiy country when the
drouth through which i, is passin- has
been an unprecedented one. Instead gov
ernor Campbell suggested that it be
placed before tax commissioner J. T.
Robinson, who issued, an order in August
that the 3 percent payment would not
be required until Jury 1, 1911, and that
no land would be forfeited to the state
for non-paj-ment during that time. This
permits the settlers to use the money
that would have been paid in interest to
improve their ranches and get the crops
in, which are expected to more than re
imburse, them for the losses they have
sustained because of the drouth.
Big feature bill. Happy Hour.
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a water rate. He did not say that un
less the water rate was granted people
would likely move from parts in the
Panhandle because of a shortage of
the water supplj. resulting from the
drouth, which has been general over
Texas and many other part's of the1
United States this year.
Protest Prom Dnlhnrt.
Dalhart, Tex.. Sept. 27. Commis
sioner of agriculture Cone, chief clerk
Sam M. Dixon, and director of insti
tutes J. TV. Neil, of Austin, after a 10
days' auto trip aver all the plains
country, reached Dalhart last night,
and are authority for the statement
that there is 40 foot strata of water
underlying- all the Panhandle country
and enough artesian water near Dal
hart and nearby territory, if controled,
to irrigate the state of Texas. The
Rock Island and Denver roads are not
hauling water to the Panhandle coun
Childr.ess Has Water.
Childress. Tex., Sep t. 27. The in
quirv at the offices of the Fort Worth
& Denver railway here failed today to
confirm the report from Austin yester
day that the railroads are applying for
permission to carry water at reduced
rates in parts of northwest Texas. Cit
ies and towns of this section are well
I supplied with water.
Big feature bill. Happy Hour.
NEGRO CHARGED WITH THEFT.
John Spriggs was arrested by the i
lice Tuesdav on the charire of a theft of
-property valued under $50. He is charged
mnth taking a pair of pants from
Robert Uliinan's store atNthe corner ol
.Overland and Oregon streets.
That jolly old maid. Happy Hour.
Flax Seed. Sept. 1909, ' .
Max Seed, Sept. 1910,
per bushel v.- ,
In consequence Linseed .Oil is now $1.25 per gal
lon. In sympathy with Linseed Oil, mixed j)ahrts
have advanced and our Imperial Paint is now $2.25
Tutile Paint Glass Co.
Have just received QAELOAD OF AMMUNITION.
Jso full stock of Winchester, Eemington, Sav
?ge, Marlin and Stevens Eifles and Shot Gains, 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 El Paso School for Girls
Announces the opening of all regular courses. Special classes in Phvsical Ed
ucation and in Music are now being organized. The Principal may be seen at
any time by appointment.
1111-1115 Terrace St., Sunset Heights. Telephone -020 31.
ATTENTION, REAI, ESTATE 3IE3T.
Get Busy On This ftuick For Sale or $o00.00.
A No. 1 established tent and awning business. A good chance for some one
with little capital 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 oi