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prived, and arc lights were ordered in-
All afternoon and night trains are
reported on time.
Br. Cameron, Dentist, reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe Bldg.
ASKING- FOR LIFE -
FOR DR. GRIPPED
London, England, Nov. 17. Solicitor
Newton has secured several thousand
signatures to a petition for a reprieve
pf his client, Dr. Hawley Crlppen, sen
tenced to be hanged next "Wednesday
f pr wife murder.
The petition will probably be pre
sented to home secretary Churchill to
XEW TELEPHONE COMPANT
IS ORGANIZED IX DALI.AS
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 17. With a paid
up capital of $500,000, the Dallas Au
tomatic Telephone company has been,
incorporated in Austin. The direc
tors include a number of prominent
Dallas capitalists. The work of in
stalling the system will begin imme
diately. The company plans a $50,000
line system. Officers of the corpora
tion will be elected tomorrow.
stalled on Florence and
streets at Seventh street.
The application of Robert Hill for a
hawker's permit was granted.
The petition of residents of Denver
street. Highland Park, asking that the
thoroughfare be sprinkled, was re
ferred to the street and grade commit
tee. The petition of C. H. Shapley for
damages as a result of an alleged 'col
lision with a city wagon was referred
to the city attorney.
The communication of the El Paso
Suburban Railway company stating
that the company would cooperate
with the El Paso Electric Railway
I company in establishing a five cent
fare to the proposed new park on the
i mesa, was received and filed.
! The petition of the Mine & Smelter
I Supply company, asking for the re
moval of (a building at 110-114 South
Durango street, was denied.
The petition of Frank Molteni ask
ing for the opening of River street be
tween Ange and Octavia streets was
referred to the street and grade com
mittee. The petition of Z. S. Johnson, S15
East Overland street, asking that the
city reimburse him for opening a
clogged sewer, was denied. Frazer
Bros., who did the work, were ordered
instructed that the city has employes
for that work. The bill amounts to
The petition of Sam Buan to conduct
a news stand at San Antnoio and Ore
gon streets was approved.
The report of J. B. Comstock, city
sealer of weights and measures, was
approved. Collections of $4.65 are re
ported. ' City Clerk's Report.
The report of city clerk Fassett for
the quarter ending Sept. 30, announces
receipts of $242,435.15. Disbursements
dujing the same period amounted to
$344,984.86. The report was received
and filed. The largest fund, $109,800,
was expended for street opening work.
25c50c " '' AltaillHin ' Drjslrfs
Seattle. Wash., Nov. 17. Horace j
C. Hendry, banker and philanthropist,
has obtained a city license to do busi
ness as a pawnbroker. It is his pur
pose to lend small sums of money on
collateral at a low rate of interest, to
needy persons who might otherwise
fall into the clutches of loan sharks.
Turkey's Pride Comes Before His Fall!
Fancy cranberries, 2 quarts
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Oyster and enchilada supper given
by the ladles of the Guardian Angel
church will be (held in Hixson's old
building Saturday, November 19. from
11:30 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
North Campbell street, appeared before
the council and protested against any
change in the grade of the street. The
change was asked by J. J. Mundy. No
action Vas taken, as alderman Clayton,
chairman of the street and grade com
mittee, is I1L Those present included
mayor C. E. Kelly, aldermen McGhee,
Blumenthal and Hewitt.
MAYOR SAYS CITY
MUST GIVE THANKS
Original and Ginuini
The Food-drink for All Agts.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, krvigoratmg and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form,
A qikk Iinch prepared in a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S.
Others ore imitations.
WHOOPING COUGH CROUP
BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS
A simple, safe and efrecure treatment for bron
chial trcnble, trilhoat doting the Hornich with
drugs. Used with success for thirty years.
The air rendered strongly antiseptic, inspired
with every breath, makes breathing easy, soothes
the sore throat, and stops the coagh,assnring rest
ful nights. Cresolece is invaluable to mothers
with younj children and a been to sufferers from
Send as postal for descriptive booklet.
Try Cresolene Anti
septic Throat Tablets
for the irritated throat.
They are simple, efiect
ire and antiseptic Of
ioc in stamps.
Vapo Cresoteae Co.
62 Certltatft St., N. Y.
In tailormade suits and
pants. Mee selection.
E. V. PEAESOK"
110 Texas St.
Proclamation Issued by the
City's Chief Executive
to the People.
That El Pasoans snail be thankful is
the opinion of mayor C. E. Kelly, who
has issued his Thanksgiving proclama
tion. It says:
"Whereas, in accordance with ancient
custom and the susrestions of religion,
we should gratefully acknowledge the
many blessings we have received from
a beneficent providence, and .
Whereas, the -resident of the United
States and the governor of Texas have
by proclamation designated Thursday,
November 24. 1910, as a (fit day for such
Xcw then therefore. I, C. E. Kelly,
mayor of the city of El Paso. Texas, do
earnestly request the people thereof to
observe the day so designated in accord
ance with its intent and spirit.
All employers of labor in El Paso arc
requested to grant a holiday on that
day to their employes in order that it
may be (properly obesrved by all our
people, and for the same purpose, all
municipal offices will be closed thereon
and a holiday given on the same to all
city officers and employes, other than
to those whose services are imperatively
icquired hy the exigencies of the miblic
C. L. Blllington, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Desecration o Graves.
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 17. Vandal
ism at the graves of five American
sailors of commodore Perry's expedi
tion of 50 years ago, which opened Ja
pan to the world, has been reported to
the American embasy at Tokio, ac
cording to advices brought by the
steamer Mexico Maru. The American
seamen were buried at Napa, Lucliu
islands, in stone tombs, built above
the ground after the local fashion.
These have been desecrated, two of
them being destroyed. An investiga
tion is being conducted.
You will not be disappointed if you
depend on us for your Thanksgiving
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Many a choice suggestion for Thanksgiving is furnished by Springer's. Glassware, kitchen utensils, cutlery,
china and furniture, correctly designed, attractive and durable for the home. Anything one can need in well
ordered housekeeping the most and best money can possibly buy.
Special Prices in keeping with the spirit of Thanksgiving, wonderfully low prices that for the past quarter of a
century has made Springer's headquarters for Happy, Economical Thanksgiving housewives.
There is no other such assemblage, no such variety, no such satisfying selections
to be found elsewhere in El Paso. Upwards of a hundred different patterns are
presented, meeting every desire as to price, artistic quality and usefulness, giv
ing the greatest amount of satisfaction to the purchasers. 12 SO
Buffet to match
Dining Table of Golden Oak, special
China Cabinet k 4
rings at S
uu ............. f . a
t art ling Low Prices for Friday
Dr. Schuller, Dentist, Roberts-Banner.
Dr. J. A. Hedrick. surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
v Children Burn to Dentil.
Fairbanks, Alaska, Nov. 17. Three
v.nriT-on TCPrft humeri to death in a
H. Allen, -who owns property onl flrQ tjiat destroyed a roadhouse
crowded with travelers at aoiovano,
80 miles down the river from Fairbanks.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell What
you want. The xxerald boy will collect
the next day.
A fresh shipment of excellent Kosher
meat just arrived.
JncksonN Sanitary- Grocery
Chicago, 111., Nov. 17. State's at
torney "Wayman. was exonerated and
jury bribing charges brought against
him by attorney Charles E. Erbstein,
counsel for Lee O'Nell Brown, was dis
missed by the Chicago Bar association
yesterday. Previous o the announce
ment of the findings of the committee,
attorney Erbstein sought to withdraw
the' charges, but the bar association
.denied, his request.
A new barrel of Heinz sweet Gherkins
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Dr. Prentisw, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
One Democrat From California.
Chicago, I1L, Nov. 17. California
will send one Democrat and seven Re
publicans to the next house of repre
sentatives instead of a solid front of
Republicans as was supposed. The
completion of the official canvass of
the first district shows that Judge J.
E. Raker, Democrat, has a plurality
of 124 votes over "W. F. Bnglebright,
Republican incumbent. Englebrlght's
plurality two years ago was 6593.
VERED HIS FA
When a Baby Hair AH Came Out
Always Scratching Mother
Got Cuticuraand He was Cured
After 3 Years of Disease.
.Nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de-
oility; for icsctnnia;
now prepared in
most highly effica
ceous tablet form. S
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso only by
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
"My son was about four months old
when he was taken with dreadful ecze
ma. I had four different
doctors but they could
not nelp hira. The hair
all came out and his face
was totally covered. His
eyes were shut and we
tn ought be would go
blind. His limbs and body
were also affected. He was
always scratching; I had
to keep his little hands
tied down and he seemed
to have a great deal of
"We did not know what to do. I
used to get sick handling him, from the
way the corruption was always running.
"But I got some Cuticura Soap and
Cuticura Ointment and in a week or
1 ten days I could see the eruption drying
up and before long he was cured, after
about three years of the terrible disease.
Now he is nineteen years old and has
not a sign of the old trouble. You see
I learned to save three-quarters of the
doctors' bills by using Cuticura Soap
and Ointment and I will recommend
either to any one and advise them to
use them and receive a safe, speedy
cure. Mrs. Catherine Mocklin, Deck
St., Royalton, Pa.f Feb. 21, 1910."
Cuticura is the most economical treat
ment for torturing, disfiguring affections
of the skin of infants, children and adults.
A single cake of Cuticura Soap and box
of Cuticura Ointment are often sufficient.
Cutlrara Soap (25c). Ointment (50c ), Resolvent
(50c ). and Chocolate Coated Pills (25c). are sold
throughout the rorld. Potter Drug & Chem. Corp..
Bole Props . 137 Columbus Ave.. Boston.
ssilailed Free. Cuticura Book on SUn and Scalp.
"We have just opened a new barrel of
Heinz mincemeat, 20 cents a 'pound.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Iieslye Hyde.
jian, 814 Mesa.
Frisco Has Over 400,000.
"Washington, D. C, Nov. 17. The
population of San Francisco is 415,
912, according to the statistics of the
13th census. This is an increase of
74,130 or 21.6 percent over 342,782 in
Dr. Warnocfc, Dentist, over Postal
Telegraph. Gold crowns, ?5.
$3.00 Gut glass
$3.00 cut glass han
$3.50 cut glass 7-in.
$4.50 cut glass 8-in.
500 xieces in all forms
Hani Boilers, 1 T
special " "
Oval steel Turkey
Special square steel Roaster at
40c and 60c each.
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OrfpWi ''tSw CE5 Pw:::f:l'eS P ""'-SL
Offering of fine French China Plates, all in open stock,
most beautifully decorated, with gold edges, at the follow
Bread and Butter Plates, per doz $1.80
Dessert Plates, per doz $2.00
Breakfast Plates, a doz $2.40
Dinner Plates, a doz $3.00
EZCCIITSIVE AGENTS 'FOR GTJXX
OFFICE DESKS IX THIS TERRITORY.
IB ff ' a --
ir iiiimii g'g-tft San Antonio St.,
tP EL PASO -TEXAS.
Cut lery Specials
Silverware and Cutlery "are dis
played in a showing which we
have convinced, ourselves is abso
lutely without equal in El Paso.
iTo similar exhibition of cutlery
in fine Steel Carving Sets is at
tempted elsewhere. JFor instance,
Stag Horn Handles on Knif e and
Fork Carving Sets at the special
price of $2.25, $2.50, $3.00
For tomorrow we offer William
Eodger's Triple Plated "Ware at
Knives, f0 OJ?
per doz tp&ttK
Forks, d0 9C
per doz... xp&aJ
Teaspoons. SO Eft
per doz $OU
Tablespoons QA ff
ner doz '"koKJXjj
PRICES 3IARKED IX PIuUX FIG
URES. YOUR CHARGE JLCCOTJXO;
ties disclosed by a former employe ot
the firm, is the basis for the action.
Dr. V. R. Wccks, chronic diseases.
Taxi Strikers Cnuse Riot.
New York, Nov. 17. The attempt
of the taxicab companies, to break the
strike, led to a riot yesterday after
noon along Fifth avenue near the en
trance to Central park. Several hun
dred strikers and sympathizers at
tacked a taxicab driven by a strike
breaker. Bricks and stones were
thrown and much damage has been
done. Police reserves arrived and dis
persed the crowd.
Dr. Starker, diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. 319-320 Haples Bldg.
Austin Paper Sold.
Austin, Tex., Nov. 17. The Austin
statesman has been sold to Fort Worm
and Houston newspaper men. The
price Is not stated. The purchasers
are supposed to be Fort Worth Record
and Houston Post stockholders.
Dr. F. S. Cary, Roberts-Banner Bldg.
CarneKle's Big Gift.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 17. Andrew
Carnegie will celebrate his 75th birth
day anniversary this week by making
a gift of $3500,000 to the Carnegie
Technology schools in Pittsburg. Of
this, $1,500,000 is for building and
equipment, and 2,000,000 for en
dowment. Mr. Carnegie has previouslv
given $20,000,000, which went to found
the institution here, including a li
brary, museum and concert hall and
for the technology schools.
Portuguese Republic Condemned.
New Orleans, La,, Nov. 17. Princi
pal among the resolutions adopted at
the concluding session here of the an
nual convention of the American Fed
eration of Catholic societies was one
of bitter deunciation of the ad
ministration officers of the neV
republic of Portugal and of com
mendation of the state department at
Washington for delaying recognition
of the new government. Horror was
expressed at the "barbarous incep
tion" of the new republic and presi
dent Braga and his assistants were
scored for alleged persecution of
New York, Nov. 17. The entire stock
of Joseph Brooke & Co., an English
woolen firm, which has maintained a
branch house in New York city for
25 years, was seizdd by the govern
ment last night in an action to re-'
cover $200,000 damages "in conse
quence of fraud and other wrongfful
acts." Alleged evasioa of customs du-
How's This For Breakfast?
Buckwheat cakes with some of that
"Blood of the Maple" syrup we have.
.Tones Dairy Farm little pig sausage.
Chase & Sanborn's "'Seal Brand"
We have new buckwheat flour for
tne buckwheat cakes; Jones Dairy
Farm Sausage, Chase & Sanborn's coffee
and the best maple syrup you ever
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. R. D. Robinson. Practice limited
to diseases of children and orthopedic
surgery. Office and residence 700 Mesa.
Both phones 1S97.
ELECT EL PASOANS
OFFICERS OF ROAD
Axmual Election of Colorado,
Cohnnhus & Mexico Ry.,
Held at Deming.
Deming, N. M., Nov. 17. At a call
ed meeting yesterday of the officers
and direotors of the Colorado, Colum
bus and Mexico railroad held In Dem
ing, the following officers were elect
ed: J. J. Crawford, of El Paso, presi
dent; J. J. Keevil, of El Paso, secre
tary; George Estes, of El Paso, con
sulting attorney for the corporation.
The company expects in a short time
to be in position to give out. some im
portant information relatne to tuJ
building of this road. Col. A- p. Bai
ley, of Columbus, attended the meet
DINER TO ALAMO GORDO
OX EVENING TRVIN
With the new schedule of the El
Paso & Southwestern, which cuts two
hours from the Chicago-Los Angeles
run, comes announcement that the
dining car chain will be completed
between those points. Now there is no
service between El Paso and Alanio
gordo, because the train departs after
the hour of the evening meal. But
with the new schedule, the eastbounJ
train will leave at 5:25 p. m. The ad
dition of a dining car between this
city and Alamogordo will complete
the chain of service on trains Nos. 1
BEGIN SURVEY WORK ON
1 PROPOSED PORT LGBOS ROAD
Tombstone, Ariz., Nov. 17. Work on
the survey of the Port Lobos road out
from Sasco commenced when two
parties of engineers numbering 22 per
sons left Sasco with their instruments.
This is the remaining lap of 60 miles,
preliminary surveys having already
been completed on the balance of the
It is understood that stockholders of
the road will meet this week at Silver
Bell to formulate -definite ' plans.
BETTER SERVICE URGED
FOR PECOS AND CARLSBAD
Pecos, Tex., Nov. 17. The matter
of securing better train service ot
the Santa Fe-Pecos Valley lines oe"
tween Carlsbad and Pecos, has beeJ
taken up here by the Commercial club
direct with manager Avery Turner.
The service at present consists of a
mixed daily train. Carlsbad has for
some time been complaining of the
TRACK LAYING FINISHED.
Pecos, Tex., Nov. 17. The work of
laying the tracks of the Pecos Valley
Southern railway into the city was
completed Wednesday, and unless some
agreement is reached within the ''next
week or 10 days as regards the pro
posed union station, work will alsa
start on a new brick and stone station
for the new road.
! MISS MOON PLZZLES PEOPLE
AS SHE HIDES HER FACE
Several El Pasoans on their way
home to supper Wednesday evening
wondered what was the matter "with i
the moon, which seemed to be hiding
its face. It was, for there was an
eclipse of her majesty and the shadow
of the earth covered the vision of
Senorita Luna from a few minutes
after a until 7 oclock. Then she was
full; as full as a lady moon should be,
and as brilliant as ever.
Antonio. R. Lt. Martin and Robert
Martin, of El Paso. C. W. B. ?,TrHn
.. t and G. D. Martin, of Las Cruces.
formed a party in the Pullman car
bound for the International fair. None
of them- are related but they formed
a Martin club on the train and. Mar
tinis are said to have been the choice
of the crowd when they reached the
union station preparatory to starting
on their journey.
BUNCH OF MARTINS LEAVE
FOR SAN ANTONIO FAIR
Martins were plentiful on the G. H.
train Wednesday night, bound for San Punishment of Crime,'
FORUM TO HAVE DEBATE.
Y. M. C. A. debaters of the forum
will meet Friday night with the fol
lowing program: "The Art of Sales
manship," Sam T. Miller; "The Cryt-ig
Needs of El Paso," R. W. "Fa fey: "The
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
SURVEYORS PUSH WORK.
Pecos, Tex., Nov. 17. Ward has
been received here from H. W. Dean,
general manager of the Palacios, San
Antonio and Pecos railway, that the
surveying corps of his railroad Is now
working between Carancahua and Ed
na and pushing work rapidly to San
H. J. Simmons, general manager of
the El Paso & Southwestern," return"!
Wednesday from Chicago, where he
attended the meeting of general man
agers of western roads. The request
of railroad engineers for increased
pay, presented to the conference, was
not acted upon.
A strong man is strong all over. No man can be
strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its
consequent indigestion, or from some other disease
of the stomach and its associated organs, which im
pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach
is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition
contained in food, which is the source of all physical
strength. When a man "doesn't feel just right,"
when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable
feeling in the stomach after eating, is Jinguid, nervous, irritable and despond
ent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength.
Sach s man should use Dr. Pierce's Goldes Medical
Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood,
invigorates the liyer, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes
the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH 2LSD STSEXGTH TO
THE WHOLE BODY.
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this aoa
alcoholic medicice of known composition, not even though the urgent dealer
may thereby make.a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper.
ATTORNEY GENERAL ASKS
5102,000 EXPENSE FUND
Austin, Tex., Nov. 17 Attorney gen
eral Lightfoot today estimated the ex
penses of his department for the next
two years, asking for $56,000 the first
year and $46,000 the second year.
Last year's expenses were ' $59,000.
Attorney general Lightfoot asks for
$10,000 annually to enforce the anti
trust laws instead of $12,000 to enforce
the land laws.
We Will Pay You 7ic for Chestnuts
ALL YOU CAN" GATHER
Xo difference how worn or worm-eaten they are or how lonsr they have
been laying around. We have succeeded in making arrangements witft the
Edison factory whereby you can turn in yoozr old Edison Records in ex
BRAND NEW EDISON RECORDS
Trite us for our "Specially Prepared Catalogue," showing a list of 500
Eecords, very carefully selected, and which include some of the mo3t pop
ular selections, vocal and instrumental.
Remember, we allow you 7 l-2c each for your old Edfson Records, no
matter what their condition, so thev are not broken or cracked
SPFfTAf We ar 1)reP:ai"ei to ve PREE to every Edison
VXl.i-i owner either six four-minute or nine-two-jnimite
Records, as they may select.
Don't fail to ask us about this.
W. G. Walz Company
TALKING MACHINE WAREROOMS
103 EL PASO ST.
EL PASO THEATRE
tie Night Only, Tiiursday,
m 20 PeopSe Special Scenery
Prices 50c to SI. SO
BY REX BEACH AND PAUL ARMSTRONG.