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EL PASO HERALD
The handicaps for the Thanksgiving
golf competition at the Country club
have been announced by instructor D.
S Livie and the sports and pastimes
committee of the club. Prizes have
been offered for the winners in the
handicap and a big turkey dinner will
be served for the golfers Thursday
evening in the dining room of the
The list of handicaps as announced
Is' -r -.r -r-o. n- a T. Hauck, 4;
C. H.Leavell. 2; .3.-'i j
ters tavis, . n -J-1, .'
McLean, 8; J. F. Williams. S E. E.
2Ceff. S; Garnett King, 8: W. "I. Ster
ling S. D. M. Sutor. S; J. A. "Sjt.
8. Lee Davis, 9: A. P. vColes, 12; Ot 19
Cole, 15; H. S. Potter, 13; W. H- Shel
ton. 13; R. G. Dunn, 12; G. A. Trost,
14- "W T. Hixson, 15; W. F. Payne, 1C,
1Y.' E. Race, 14; G. E. Trost, 15; C. A.
Beers, 15; J B. Buckner, 15; Wm. Feti
colas, 17; Van C. Wilson, 17; T. J. Staf
ford, 20; J. B. Kilpatrick, 20; J. P.
Prlmm, IS; J. H. Laurie. 20; V. R
;tile; IS- G. C. "Wines, 18; Frank
Soles,' 15V V B. Andreas, 22; Francis
Moore. 25; J. A. Happer. 2o; j. &
Stewart, 23; F. J. Feldman. 20; Lieut.
Quackenbush. 25; Dr. J. Dougherty, 25,
ROSWELL RAH RAH
BOYS IN THE CITY
The rah rah football players Invaded
El Paso Wednesday- The New Mexico
Military institute team from Rosweii
arrived Wednesday morning over, the
Southwestern and remained until even
ing, en route to Mesilla Park where
they will play the annual New Mexico
championship game with the A. &
CORSBLL A2SD PENNSYLVANIA
FBEPAKE FOR BIG CONTEST.
. J., -. x- T TSTn-c. 28. CaP-
tain Simpson, of the Cornell football
team probably will not be able to play
against the annual game with Penn
sylvania en Thanksgiving day. He was
called to his home at Terawanda, ..
Y-, by a telegram which said his father
was dying. kto
Coach Reed said it is not probable
ithat Simpson will be able to be In
Philadelphia Thursday. Wllleon. the
substitute fullback, will start the
game in the absence of Simpson.
Philadelphia. Pa.. Nov. 23. The TJni-
versitv of Pennsylvania football squad
-jvere taken to Wayne, a suburb, yes
terday, to complete their training for
the annual game with Cornell. A fast
signal practice was held this after-
I5ike" Murphy, the trainer, ex
pressed himself as well satisfied with
the condition of the men. The crip
ples in the back field have almost re
covered with the exception of Som
mer, whose knee is still bothering him.
DOUBLE HEADER. BASKET
BAIL GAME IS SCHEDULED
The X "- c- A- basketball com
mercial 'league will hold a double
header Wednesday night. The Walz
Bros- team, standing at 500 percent
will play Shelton-Fayne, now at mc
same standing- The International
Book and Sationery company, leading
at 750 percent, will meet Bryan Bros..
at 250 percent- Those having been se
lected for the "X" team will continue
play in the commercial league until
WATLAND BAPTIST IS
STILL UNDEFEATED TEAM
Plainview, Texas. Nov. 23. Wayland
Baptist college defeated the West Tex
as State Normal of Canyon in a game
of football on the local grounds by a
score of 22-0. The local team has not
met with a defeat this season.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 23. A. F- StraS
ser, of Pittsburg, defeated Capt. A. T.
Lawrence, of St. Louis, 50 to 46. in
one of the Intercity matches for the
national amateur championship at
three cushion billiards tonight.
Philadelphia, 0?a., Nov. 23. Camp
bell, of Philadelphia, defeated Mason,
of Boston, in a three cushion billiard
league match here tonight by the score
of 50 to 45.
ABLATOR'S CLOSE CALL.
Mobile, Ala., Nov. 23. While de
scending from a 500 foot flight this
afternoon, aviator J. A. D. McCurdy.
one of the men here flying in he Reg
ister aviation meet, dipped too near
the earth, one of the wing shields
striking the ground when going at a.
high rate of speed and turning the
machine over. He was not hurt.
Berlin, Germany, No 23. The
Birth game of the chess championship
match between Janowski and Lasker,
adjourned from Sunday, was again ad
journed Tuesday- The position of the
players was considered equal and a
draw is looked for. The present score
ts: Lasker, 3; drawn, 2.
TOrNG GOTCH WINS.
Willaasentic, Conn., Nov. 23. Young
Gotch won a wrestling match from
Bob Sommerville, of Boston here to
night, taking the last two of three
falls. By his victory Gotch becomes
the possessor of the 130 pound cham
pionship belt won abroad by Sommerville.
St Regis Hotel
BLUE POINT COCKTAIL
COXSOZVME AU VERT PRE POTAGE OF CHICKEN BRAGRATDsO
FILLET OF WHITEFISH, XOB3IAXDIE
LARDED TENDERLOIN OF BEEF. TRIANON
SWEETBREAD PATTIES, FINANCTERE
ROAST YOUNG TURKEY, CHESTNUT DRESSING
CAULIFLOWER AU GRATIN ASPARAGUS, BUTTER SAUCE
ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING, HARD SAUCE
ICE CREAM ASSORTED CAKE
CAMEMBERT CHEESE BENT'S CRACKERS
12 M. to 8:30 P. M.$100
We Hope Tomorrow Will Be Your
The Game of
This ffarne will be played at
I Washington Park, beginning
promptly at 3:30 p. rn.
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ST. TAES A IVDfXER-
Atlantic City, X. X. Nov. 23. Henri
St. Yves, the French champion, beat
Joe Trent, of Columbus, Ohio, and
Charles Galena, of Philadelphia, in a
10 mile Marathon race here last night
by one mile a-nd two laps.
RAISE THE PEXXAXT.
Cananea, Mex., Nov. 23. A ball game
was played between the two teams rep
resenting Boxiquillo and Cananea, dur
ing which the pennant was raised,
"floating majestically to the breeze."
Thanksgiving dinner at
the St. Regis, $1.00.
WHOLE FA31IL.Y CRUSHED
BY A FALLING BUILXJIXG
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 23. The wife of
Simon Frutkin, tailor, his two small
children and a customer were crushed
to death by the collapse of a new con-
ntiip huildinc: at Lorain
avenue and West Thirtieth street last
An explosion, is believed to have
caused the disaster.
A baby, youngest of the Frutken
children! was saved by the strength of
a bureau under which it had roUed
and which supported a weight of many
tons until "rescuers found the little one,
cooing and unharmed.
Frutkin's little tailor shop stood next
to the big concrete structure. He was
at work in the front room while Mrs.
Frutkin with the children was asleep
In a bedroom in the rear.
Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
Dr. H. A. M&grzider
I DONT WORK FOR NEGR0E2
Our 9th year in El Paso.
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The "old men's team," No. 5 in the
association league, defeated team No.
3 in play Tuesday night on the Y. M.
C. A. alleys. The "old men" not only
made highest total of the season, at
1499, but two of its men made all hon-.nT-s
Tr. Race took hish total of the
game at 54S, and White landed game
at 21o pins.
Team 3. TL
Zozaya 153 126 187 46C
Alvarez ...142 109 128379
Peralta ' 161 170 168 i99
Dr. Race . .
436 405 483 1344
180 197 54S
159 215 512
125 1G5 439
Danger tm Hats
No One Can Aflord f o Allow Thesm
Pests to Live.
Asincle rat will sometimes do more than tea
dollars damage in yournomeor store In a night.
And the rat is never single, but raises large fami
lies to destroy property and endanger health.
At the first sign of rats, drive them out of fas
house to die. i7ith Stearns Electric Rat and
Roach Paste. Guaranteed to absolutely ex
terminate them or your money b3ck. Also sura
death to cockroaches and other vermin.
Stearns' Electric Paste is sold bydrurcits or
sent express prepaid on receipt of price. 2 oz.bos
25c. 16 oz. box $1.00.
Steams' Electric Paste Co., Chicago. 111.
Totals ...... 458 464 577 1499
On Cactus club alleys Tuesday night
the Junior walloped Campbell's team
to the tune of 154 pins. The game
gives the winners iliree points and the
losers one point in the Cactus league.
AVeaber made game at 211, and
Thompson total at 560. Score:
Juniors l 2 3 T.
Vaber 182 148 211 541
Ha'rdiker 196 150 148 494
Barela 158 192 166 516
Carr 185 136 141 462
Brvan ".."- 174 147 180 501
TliniiksgiviHir flinne at
the St. llegis, ?1.00.
In damp, chilly weather there is al
ways a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience its great re
uieving power in rneumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price. 25c, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by Scott White & Co., 201
I Mills, and Depot Pharmacy.
BROADWAY and 11h ST.
NEW YORK CITY
Within easy access of every point of in
terest. Half block from Wanamaker.
Five nunutefl" walk of Shopping District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rooms $1.Q9 per dsy snd erg
With privilege of Bath
SI .50 per day and up
Table d'Hote Breakfast - GOo
WM.TAYLOR & SON, Ino.
TRV DR. CZTE HOIC'S VEGETABLE
hereditary debli- j
Ity or weaknesj
of men. women
an d children.
all Skm Diseases
tarrh, Heart Dis
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EYSTER'S CO. D. GROCERY
THE PLACE POR QUALITY
THE PLACE FOB LOWER PRICES
Order Early for Your Thanksgiving Dinner.
Bell phones, S23-S44-S84r-Meat Dept., Bel1 865; Auto 1691
Highland Park and East El Paso Wagons leave at noon
Tuesday this week on account ot Tnanivsgiving aa .
Thanksgiving. Turkeys, alive, per lb 23c
Thanksgiving Turkeys, dressed and drawn, per lb. 30c
Sealshipt Oysters, fresh every day, per pt 25c
Chickens, home dressed and drawn, per lb 20c
Extra nice Pork Eoasts, per lb 20c
Home Eendered Lard (pure) per lb. 17 l-2c
IS lbs. Granulated Sugar, for .... , &1.UU
3 lbs. Best Rice, for 25c
10 lbs. Best Colorado Potatoes, for 25c
10 lbs. Best Valley Sweet Potatoes, for 25c
Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts or Filberts, per lb. 25c
Shelled Walnuts and Shelled Almonds, per lb 60c
Shelled Pecans, per lb 70c
New Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, per lb 25c
Heinze's New Pickles, all kinds in now.
Heinze's Sourkraut, per lb 5c
Heinze's Minee Meat, per lb 20c
Cranberries, per quart 10
Mt. Park, or Winesap Apples, 4 lbs for 25c
Mexican Oranges, per dozen 25c
Eresh Lettuce, Celery, Cauliflower, Egg Plants, Cu
cumbers, Wax Beans, Cabbage, Piunpkins
and Hubbard Squash.
New Dried Fruits all kinds.
Shipment new Plum Pudding and Emit Cakes just in.
Eancv Large Celery and Lettuce, 2 for 15c
Blue Ribbon Butter and Eggs. 2 for 75c
Fancy Norway Mackerel, medium size, 3 for 25c
Fancy Norway Mckerel, large size, 2 for 25c
New Florida Grapefruit, 3 for 25d
3 pkgs. Seeded Raisins, for 25c
Currants, per pk 10
Comb Honey. 2 for 25c
Eyster's C. O- D. Grocery
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard. Leaders in Lower Prices
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Grand Opera Concert
Selections from: Aida. La Boheme, Madam But
terfly, Tosca, Sapho, Faust, La Traviata and II Trov
atore. ARTISTS I
Caruso, Melba, Schumann-Heink, Scotti, Tettrazzini,
Constantino, Eames,-Farrar, Journet, etc., etc.
6th Victrola Concert
W. G. Walz Company
TALKING MACHINE WAREROOLIS
103 EL PASO ST.
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COST YOU H0THING, AS WE TREAT UNDER A
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VARICOCELE, which we cure
in twenty minutes without
pain, operation, danger or de-
tention from business.
HYDROCELE in thirty min
utes, without resorting to sur
gery, no inconvenience experi
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RUPTURE in from one to
five treatments, without opera
tion, pain or danger. We cure
any case that can he retained
with any kind of trus or plas
i STRICTURE without cut-
,w,K"y', tmjj, dilatintr (stretcmng).
e?- i ' M sounding or cauterizing, ine
&fr1gmWmi cawd is restored to a penect-
"s, L'MV lv sound, healthv condition.
The cure is permanent. The
treatment practically painless.
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FOR A FREE EXAMINATION AND ADVICE, if you have been treated
by Home Methods, Electric Belts Free trial treatments and other fake
methods without obtaining relief, you are the very man we want to
see. "We are curing men every day who have been treated by so-called
specialists for months without obtaining any benefit. To all such we
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LEAST ONE VISIT IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY. This will not
cost you as 'much as patent medicines, home-treatments, etc., and it
will pay one to come hundreds of miles rather than subject themselves
to experiments and consequent delay in securing relief.
BOOKS Describing our methods will be sent to any address in a plain
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T?r,,r,c i5 -HnTmnPtt ( formerlv Van Blarcum) Bldg., corner of Texas
and Mesa avenue. Entrance opposite Rio Grande Bank Bldg., El Paso,
We Can t
in too strong terms the
values we are giving in
Men's and "Women's
$3.50 and $4
Let us prove it to you.
In The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays aa well as in
regular office hours.
THE JAlsHTOE SERVICE
in The Herald Building is the most efficient m El Paso.
THE LOCATION '
at the very heart of the business center, where every car goes
by the door.
have the highest ceilings in town, and are bright i and airy,
thoroughly warmed by steam in winter.
as low as consistent with the highest standards of service.
First National Bank
Capital $ 600000
Surplus and Profits.:. . . .: - '222
Deposits : 3,500,000
We cordially invite new business connections.
Our new savings department pays 4 percent on deposits.
OEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
a B. M02SHEAD, President. G0. D. rLOEY, CuW
10SEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Tim. C. 2T. BASSKT, Vi Pr.
J L. J. GILCHKIST, Aaat. Cask.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APEIL, 1S81.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS ABD PROFITS, $175,000.
A Ldtimate BanHnj Busineas Traasactti ia All Its Braachw.
IHGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN HO KEY.
Rio GrandeValley Bank &Trast Co.
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, "Sice Brest.
W. Cooler, V. P. & Mgr.
"V. E. Arnold. Cashier.
F 1L Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
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CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart . Frank Powers C. H. Leavell H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blrnnenthal
" J F. Williams H. M. Andreas J. H. ray
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
Efficient Service and Safety
The management of this institution spares no effort in
making its service broad and suited to the requirements
of its patrons. Moreover, every precaution and safe
guard is adopted so that absolute safety is afforded
for deposits. Uniform and courteous attention is ex
tended to all depositors and new accounts either sub
ject to check or at 4 percent Interest are invited.
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
Cor. N. Oregon and Mills St.
SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
CAPITAL STOCK - - $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. P. P. JONES; V-Pres.
A. F. KERR, Cashier. LEE H. CREWS, Asst. Cash'r.