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12 Thursday, Sept. ,29, 1910.
Tomorrow We Inaugurate
8 i" r"F Tfi 0" a n 1JF
A Perfect Beverage
Van Houtens Cocoa
It Is the Best and Goes Farthest
"Ysltl Houten's Cocoa" is unequaled. It is the
standard.eocoa of the world, and has had the larg
est sale o any pure cocoa for over seventy years.
It contains all the nutritive properties of the cocoa
bean 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.'
The ladies of the
Eastern Star are
serving Breakfast and lunch at the Woman's
Exchange, 210 Mesa Avenue.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FEUITS AND
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTOKY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Antpr
1034 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966
We store goods. Opp. PostcfSce, across Plaza
508 & 62S
A. S. SYAK & CO.
OPE2T ALL NIGtfT.
212 SAlt ANTONIO ST.
LU EVE BE
BURTON-LIHGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.
BELL 50; ATJTO 1050
Awning Shades and Curtains
For Residence and Business Houses.
Bell Tent and Camp Supplies, Auto.
2044. EI Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Pasr 3t - 2044.
ICE C RE
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY, DELIVERED.
202 Texas St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
ESST EL PASO ERICH CO.&ISk
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
HACK and BAGGAG
Wi2I be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
5 BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there ia just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOM'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.
$ -BETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. " 307-309 E. Overland St.
109 N. Campbell St.
MATTICE-BUSH PLUMBING CO.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
300 S. SI Pasa St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware, Tools, all
kmd: Saddles. Harness. Cutlery Tents. O" Paint. Eic
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Mexico Today Magazine
MEXICO TODAY MAGAZINE
ApartacLo 5 Bis, Mexico D. F.
Abandoned by Prospective
Buyers iNTear Mines; An
other Narrow Escape.
Bisbee, Ariz., Sept. 29. Abandoned by
tnvo "prospective ouyers of bis property
in the Moctezuma" mountains, Sonora,
without (food or money, Domenico Gre-
Soraci, an Italian miner of Bisbee, was
eard of by some of his countrymen to
whom he appealed for help. Gregoraci
was obliged to walk from his property
to the Pilares mines, a distance of over
15 miles, through a rough country, and
when he reached that mining camp was
exhausted, having tasted neither food
nor water for nearly two days and one
night. Assistance was given him at a
miners' boarding house and later he was
allowed to board a freight going to Doug
las, from which place he communicated
with his friends.
A party of four, composed of T. B.
Heed and P. Meenan and blisses Wil
liams and Callahan, were caught by the
storm last Sunday in the Huachuca
(mountains. They had a very rough ex
perience and at one ttme were entirely
surrounded by streams of water rushinsr
down the canyon and ran the risk of
losing ."their lives. After an exciting all
night drive they reached Hereford, in
A "telegraphone" has been installed at
the local depot by which the railroad
personnel is enabled to talk with the El
Paso officials or any other station alon
the El Paso & Southwestern. The ser
vice is strictly private for the railroad
Tiburcio Estrada died at the Calumet
& Arizona hospital.
Miss Grace I. Hughes, a school teach
er, died at Lowell from consumption.
A drastic ordinance will Te hence
forth enforced bv the police of Bisbee,
prohibiting women of questionable char
acter from attracting attention in pub
lic places. The houses of the red light
district anaist also remain with their
doors closed at all times.
A meeting of the city council has been
called to consider the conditions on which
to accept the monev due the city by the
Warren Street Railway company.
The volunteer fire department of Bis
bee will hold a meeting in order to com
plete arrangements for its participation
m the Phoenix hose races at the Terri
torial fair next November.
A man who gave his name as Charles
Julian was arrested yesterday while
boarding a moving train to leave town.
He will be tried on the charge of iassing
A copy of an ol.l New York piper an
nouncing the death of George Washing
ton is 'being displayed at the window of
the Henkle store.
constipation permanently by proper
personal co-operation with the bene
ficial effects of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, when required. The
forming of regular habits is most im
portant and while endeavoring to
form them the assistance of Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna is most val
uable, as it is the only laxative which
acts without disturbing the natural
functions and without debilitating and
it is the one laxative which leaves the
internal organs in a naturally healthy
condition, thereby really aiding one in
that way. To get its beneficial effects,
buy the genuine manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for
sale by all leading druggists. Syrup
of Figs and Elixir cf Senna is never
classed by the well-informed with
medicines which make extravagant
and unfounded claims to cure habitual
constipation without personal co-opera
BALCONY IS SET
Banking Booms Will Prob
ably Be Beady for Oeeu
Xancy on November 1.
The interior finish of the banking
rooms of the American bank building
is now being done and as soon s the
fixtures arrive the American National's
new home will be put in ordr. The
interior finish is in severe, classic de
sign, in keeping with the exterior of
the bisr building, and it will be tinted
fin delicate shades of green. It is ex- .
peered to be at home to the patrons of i
the bank by the first of November. '
SPANISH AVAR VETERAN
BEATEN TO DEATH BY-INDIAN.
Guthrie, Okla., Sept. 29. Thomas Sim
mons of Denison, Texas, died at Ponca
City, Okla.. from injuries received at
the hands of a giant Indian. The Indian
practically beat Simmons to dearth. The
latter was a veteran of the Spanish
WHEN the digestive system
. needs toning and strengthen-
ling the bowels regulated the
liver and kidneys stimulated, take
the best remedy known to science
ON OTJR 25c
We use HOT WATER to "CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
306 N- Oregon St Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
This Part of Building Will
Be Poured With Fourth
Story Picture Taken.
The first balcony on the curve of
the Anson Mills building has been built
over the street above the fourth story,
and will be poured as a part of the
concrete work. The fifth story boxing
is now being built and the concrete
work on this floor will soon be run.
The carpenters on the building were
photographed "Wednesday in all kinds
of perilous positions among the upper
works of the skyscraper.
business on the Main Floor
We are gradually getting things in shape. Oar Introductory Specials tomorrow
on the Main Floor are seasonable and at the same time most unusual values.
As remodeling is as yet anything but completed, we are making prices that will
more than offset any little inconveniences.
Friday Specials on Main Floor
10c Outing Flannels 8c
.East Color Outing Flannels, in the newest fall patterns
stripes and checks. Values to 10c a yard; O
Friday special, on the Main Floor O O
18c Kimono Crepes 12 l-2c
Serpentine Kimono Crepes in the new fall designs, both
light and dark colorings. ralues to 18c yd
Friday special, on the Main Floor
12 l-2c Ginghams 8c
New Fall Dress Ginghams plain colors as well as the
newest ideas in checks and stripes. Worth to Q
121-2c yd.; Friday special, on Main Floor ... OC
$1.00 Dress Goods 49c .
Scotch Plaid Panamas, 44 inches -wide, just the material
for school dresses; would sell in a regular way A Q
If r for school dresses ; wouitt seu m a j
&'IZC up to $1.00 a yard; Friday special.
BOB MOORE'S STORE
HAS A NEWTRONT
The oak front is now being set in
the Rob A. Moore store in the Sheldon
building, and the interior work will :
be completed as soon as the front is
finished. The wrecking of the interior
of the Sheldon has been completed and
the rebuilding is now in progress. The
dormer sables are being painted and the !
woodwork enameled. The new Sheldon
will open on November 1, in time for
the fair crowds.
The informal opening of the tem
porary quarters of the Calisher store
on Stanton street will occur October 1.
The second and third floors of the.
Welch building have been finished, and
are now occupied by tha Cahs'ner com
pany, and the first floor will be cleared
by the carpenters Friday in time for
the business of Saturday. J". U. North
man, general manager, will return from
New York Saturday.
3 Gb t&R torn S ra a fc
To Mayfield Realty company to erect
five room brick residence, lot 14 and
west half of 15, block 102, East El Paso,
Bliss street, estimated cost S1975.
To Yloria Lozano to build adobe on
South Oregon street, between 12th
street and Rio Grande street; estimated
To Mrs. H. B. Small to build frame
residence, Rivera street, lots 27 and
25. block B, East El Paso; estimated
To J. A. White tp build wagon house,
lots 6 and 7, block 64, montana street;
estimated cost $40.
Ysleta grant, El Paso county
Sepamuceno Garcia to Juan Torres,
3 51-100 acre tract: consideration S::00;
dated March 22, 1910.
Campbell's addition. South Santa Fe
street, between Fourth and Fifth E.
S. Caj-ce to Nicholas Abraham and H.
K. Ayup, International hotel property,
on the south 25 feet of the west half
of block 100; consideration $5000; dated
September 18, 1910.
Highland Park addition, Aurora
street, between Louisiana and Ala
bama avenues Highlands Realty com
pany to Mrs. T. B. Taylor, lots 13 and
14 block 86; consideration $500; dated
July 20, 1910.
Highland Park . addition, Savannah
tetreet, between Kentucky and Ala
bama avenues Highlands Realty com
pany to Mrs. F. B. Taylor, lotsN25 and
26, block 111; consideration $500; dated
July 20, 1910.
Licensed to "Vetl.
Bruno Calzado and Miss Begin? Gon
To John B. Carothers, American, 1527
Upson, boy, September 17.
To T. H. Schneidau, American, .'"-Z
Boulevard, boy, September 26.
To Severiano Nunez. IvTfc-kVrsn, 444
Stevens avenue, girl. September 26.
To Manuel Mondival, Mexican, EI
Paso, Tex., boy, September 26.
To George Allen. American, East El
Paso, boy September 27.
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ElM&iililfe Warn Ja 1
Sale of Canary Birds
We continue, tomorrow and Saturday, the sale of Canary
Birds. These are young, healtny Diras ironi tne xiurt. .uumi
tains in Germanv. All are in full song. A special '-"Bird Man '
is incharge of the sale and he will tell you anything you
want to know aibout the care or characteristics of canary
birds. These are birds that sell at regular bird stores for
$5.00 to $7.00; on sale here tomorrow and Saturday
For convenient carrying, each bird
comes in a little wooden cage. t
Sale Takes Place On the Main Floor '
Complete stock of "Butterick" patterns now ready.
Pattern Department is on the Main Floor
October Delineators and ''Autumn Fashions" with, free
pattern coupon now on sale on Main Floor
Friday Specials, Third Floor
Our Third Floor, when completed, will in a measure correspond to the former
Calisher Bargain Basement. We have selected for tomorrow's selling four sea
sonable "Third Floor" specials, as follows:
15c Scrim 10c
Yard Wide Stenciled Scrim, in handsome Oriental and
floral designs on many colored grounds, such as dark
red, green, gray and many others. Regular 15c A
scrim; Friday "special, on the Third Floor JL U
50c Sheets 39c
72x90 Linen Finished Sheets, have 3-inch hem. regular
price 50c each; Friday special, on the Third
Floor, limit of 6 to a customer
tJ.CalisKer Dry Goods Co.(IncorPratea.)
i f i
40c Curtain Nets 25c
Full width Curtain Xets in a wide variety of new and
pleasing patterns. Colors' are white, cream and ecru.
Values to 40c a yard; Friday special, on the Og
Third Floor - fiUi
75c Pillows 49c
2 1-2 lb. Feather Pillows, covered with, a good quality
of feather ticking, worth 75c each; Friday i Q
speeiakon the Third Floor TC
' BEING- HARVESTED
he Yield Below Average;
Driver Meets With Acci
dent; Homes Are
Cloudcroft, X. 3L. Se.pt. 29. Harvest
ing has begun in the country and the
yield is awav below the averaee owing
to the extremely dry weather this sum
mer. , . . v -o
Oscar Brantley has moved to the Jkvans
farm in James canyon. ,
Miss Kate Kearney left to join her
family in Alamoeordo.
Mrs. Harvey Holden visited a few days
Jose Garcia met with an accident that
might have proved serious. He vras
loading lumher on a wagon at the painp
station when the horses became frignt
encd and started to run. Garcia was
thrown down and the wagon passed over
him, but he was unhurt, except for a
few scratches and bruises.
Mr. and Mrs. Moody of Alamogordo
spent fco days here.
Alii r.ivic Pender, who is employed
in Alamogordo, visited her mother here.j
Work on Mr. hitte's new DiacKsmicn
shop and house is being completed.
Th- Ellmores have bought the prop
ert3' latelv ooeupjed bv the Espinosa
family and liave moved in. TJie- have
made several improvements on it.
Mrs. Pender has been on the sick list
for some time.
W. J. Hendrix made a business trip to
El Pao. . .
R. A. Hanson and family ot bixteen
Springs Canvon have moved into town
for the school year. They occupv tat
west side of Sunn'side.
FORMER EL PASOAN
DIES AT TUCUMCARI
a visit of a week with friends in Texas.
He will assume his old office at once.
Beta Baca has returned from a busi
ness trip to San Jon and neighboring
George W. Carpenter, J. M. Carpenter
and Columbus Becker of Poplar "Bluffs,
Mo., were in Tucumcari prospectina for
a future location.
ARE FED TO CATTLE
Crop So Larsre That There Ii Xo Mar-
ket for Product; New Railroad
Lays Track; Fair Proves
Dalhart. Tex., Sept. 29. Watermelons
proved one of the greatest crops Dal
lam county has produced this season.
While no figures have been compiled,
several hundred carloads were grown
and fully establish this county as the
banner one In the plaims country. So
plentiful Is the crop that farmers are
unable to market them from any dis
tance and are piling them upr in the
car load lots to feed to their stock.
Dalharfs seventh annual fair was
a huge success.
The grand jury for Dallam county
is In session and will be busy for 10
Miss Alice Lasley, of Stratford, Tex.,
has returned to her home after a visit
with the family of Reese Tatuni.
The 26th car of steel for the Enid,
Ochiltree and Western road has arrived
at Dalhart. Active laying of steel Is
now in progress and it is expected
trains will be running Into Wlllcox at
an early date.
Homer Rowe, president of the Dal
hart Commercial club, is in Austin on
official business; during his absence
W. X Clarke, secretary and treasurer
is handling the pass book.
Miss Bertha Stanhope, who is mak
ing her permanent home in El Paso,
has returned from Chihuahua. She will
"sing for the Congregationallsts meet
ing at the T. 3L C. A. Sundav.
Skin of Beauty is a C37 ysrover.
R. T. Felix Gouraua's Oriental
' Cream or Magical Boautlflor.
Ileoves Tan, Pimples,
nd bkln 3A cases.
and every blemlfn
on oeautr. ana uc
fie3 detection. It
has stood the test
of C2 veara. and
Is so harmless tve
taste it to be sare It
Is rroperlj made.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sarre said to a
lady of the haut
ton (a patient):
"As you lcaicr
srili US3 them,
'Goorand's Crcnm m the least harmful of all the
skin preparations." For sale by all dri'SRMs and uncr
Gcoas Dialers la the United btatcs, Can?di and Europt.
fEBDJ.HQPHHSjFros 37 GrsstJcnss StteKewTort
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New Bridge Built Over Creek- Militia
Returns from Maneuvers; Plans
-j Made for Another Building.
Tucumeari, N. AJL, Sept. 29. Mrs. A.
Faulkner, residing on bouth becond
street, and a former resident of El Paso,
died after a prolonged illness from ty
phoid fever. She leaves one young son.
J. TV. Bullington, precinct supervisor,
is building a GO foot briae over Blue
Water creek three miles west of town.
This crossing becomes very bad at cer
tain seasons of the vear and the build
ing of the 'bridge will give an all year
crossing to a large acreage of farm Jands
in this part of the county.
Company L of the 2sew Mexico na
tional guards has returned from the ma
neuvers at camp Atascadero, Cal.,1 com
ine from Albuquerque by way of
Vaughn. During the entire camp the
coimpany had not a serious case of ill
ness or accident, and onh one slight
case of heat exhaustion.
Representatives of Tros-u & Trost, ar
chitects of El Paso, are in Tucumcari
conferring with Adolph Vorenberg rela
tive to the plans for the new hotel which
he will build on the corner of Main and
Constable John Cox has returned from
Flax Seed, Sept. 1909,
Max Seed, Sept. 1910, .
In consequence Linseed ,Oil is now $1.25 per gal
lon. In sympathy with Linseed Oil, mixed paints
have advanced and our Imperial Paint is now $2.25
Tultle Paint Glass Co.
Have just received CARLOAD OF AMMUNITION.
.Also full stock of Winchester, Remington, Sav
?ge, Marlin and Stevens Rifles and Shot G-uns, Febi
ger 22 Automatic Rifle, Fox Shot Gruns and many
other new goods. Call and see them.
SHELTON-PAYNS ARMS CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
ATTENTION, REAL ESTATE MEN.
Get Bnny On This. Quick For Sale for 5500.00.
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 write to J. P. care of