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Friday, Xovember 25, 1910,
A tender, juicy steak or a
slice of liain for breakfast.
Tempting isnt' it? See
that it comes from this
store and you will enjoy
youp breakfast. All or
ders ax3preciated, large or
FORCED SALE OF
m I iff
SIX STANDARD PIANOS
Every Piano Good as New
Bargain o. 1 $550 J. &. C. Fisher piano goes at $300
Bargain No. 2 $500 Crown piano goes at $275
Bargain No. 3 450 Lnchvig piano goes at $350
Bargain iNo. 4 $400 Wellington piano goes at $228
Bargain No. 5 $400 "Wilson piano goes at . . . $211
Bargain No. 6 $375 Cote piano goes at $237.50
EL PASO HERALD
fig' i r A
per pound ...
3 pounds ...,
I 5 lb. pail home rendered
Prime lib roast
I per pound
H. G. SCHNEIDER
"THE PIONEER MARKET OF EL PASO"
Bell 14 107 S. El Paso Auto 1014
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lean to the duty to respect the persons
as well as the property of foreigners.
(9) Such authorities as may re
sist the carrying out of this plan will
be imprisoned in order to be judg-ed
by the courts of the republic after the
close of the revolution.
"(10) The appointment of a gover
nor provisional of every state occu
pied by the revolutionary forces shall
be made by the provisional president.
"(11) The new authorities shall dis
pose of all moneys found in the pub
lic offices in ordefto provide for the
ordinary expenses of the administra
tion and for the cost of war, keeping
careful account. "When such funds are
not sufficient for military outlays,
voluntary or forced loans shall be re
torted to, but the latter only from
citizens or from national institu
tions." Sacking Prohibited.
The manifesto then continues:
"The most severe punishment will
be applied to soldiers who sack a set
tlement or kill defenseless persons. In
case the troops and authorities sup
NOW GOING ON
Our First Great Sale in the new
store is now- going on. Every de
'partment contributes values of the
very best kind. Attractively re
duced prices are made on plumes,
shopping and mesh bags, hair
goods, jewelry novelties, linens,
handkerchiefs, ribbons and furs.
Pattern Hats 1-2 Price
The biggest item of all is Pattern
' Hats &t 1-2 price. These exquisite
models "ere imported direct by us
to grace the opening of our new
store. By reason of the fact that
we imported direct, the original
prices at which we offered these
hats -were just the prices which
other milliners avould pay. Now,
they are on sale at One-Half that
original low price.
Plain and Fancy Ribbons, suitable
for opera bags, sashes or bows for
the little girl's hair, are included
in this week's special offerings.
We note today two of the best
30c Ribbon 15c
Extra Heavy Taffeta Ribbon, 5 1-2
inches wide, comes in every color,
including black and white, a nice
ribbon for hair bows, regular price
30c yard; our special price 15c.
$1.50 Ribbon 75c
Beautiful Satin Messaline Ribbon,
S inches wide, offered in beautiful
shadings. thU is a ribbon that sells
in a regular way for 1.50 per
jard; our special price 75c.
JjKxi& tffifciSL. IBSjjyPw" -jagX
per pound ...
3 pounds .
per pound . ,
Leg of Mutton,
porting Gen. Diaz should -execute the
prisoners of war, the same shall not
be done in reprisal to those that may
fall into our hands. The authorities
who shall have ordered, disposed or
transmitted In any form an order to
shoot any prisoners from our side
shall, within 24 hours, after a sum
mary process, be shot.
"Not the highest functionaries are
to be exempt from such punishment,
except Gen. Diaz and his ministers,
who will In case they order or permit
such executions, be punished likewise,
but only after they have been sen
tenced by the courts of the republic.
onc-e the revolution Is accomplished.
"In case Gen. Diaz shall order that
the customs of war be respected, his
life shall be spared but in any case he
shall give account to the courts of the
manner in which he has managed the
funds of the people and how he has
complied with the laws."
t Ths 3Iaclero "Uniform.''
The manifesto states that as It
would be difficult to provide the nu
merous forces of the people with uni
forms, volunteers or militia will car
ry on their headdress or on their arm,
the tricolored ribbon
XEW YORK HEARS TIHT
ALT, IS QUIET IX MEX.ICO.
Xew Tork, Xov. 25. The insurrec
tion in the state of Chihuahua, Mex
ico, lias apparently subsided to- a
marked degrree, according to dispatch
es received here by vice president
Kenna, of the ilexico Xorthwestern
railroad, whose lines run between Chi
huahua and Ztfadera and El Paso and
Dr. F. S. Pearson, president of the
railway, who is in Mexico City, wires
to that effect.
George Rutledge, superintendent of
the El Paso division of the Mexico
Northwestern, telegraphs from Ciudad
Juarez that no foreigners have been
molested, that there has been no trou
ble of any kind on his division jand
that reports concerning disturb?ices
among laborers engaged in railVa
construction are absolutefy without
ASSOCIATED PRESS SEXDS
WAR CORRESPOXDEXT HERE, j
To cover the Mexican situation from
this side of the republic, C. D. Hag-
erty 3ias arrived from the Associated !
Press Chicago office. Mr. Hagerty has
done active field work in China, Cuba
and Nicaragua for the Associated
Press and is not green as a "war
B. F. Gurley. editor of the Denver
Post, is also here looking after things
for the Scripps-McRae newspapers. He
was at Santa Fe covering the consti
tutional convention and came on down
to El Paso to look for "war" news.
Mayor Francisco Portlllo, of Ciudad
Juarez, refers to press reports of dis
orders in Mexico as the result of "a
disease." He admits, hpwever, that
the Mexican press has be"en "just as
EVERYTHING IS REPORTED
QUIET FR03I LAREDO CONSUL
Laredo. Texas, Xov. 25. Mexican
consul Diebold nas received official ad
vices that quiet has been restored in
all places throughout the country ex
cept the Guerrero district In Chihua
hua, where 200 revolutionists are still
making' attacks on villages.
The consul says they are not revo
lutionists, but bandits who are in the
field to rob and pillage.
The Mexican government still main
tains a cordon of troops to guard the
border. On the United States side of
the Eiio Grande troops are on guard j
Old Men Retired
Industrial Concerns "will En
gage Only Young Men.
HOW7 TO LOOK YOUNG IS A PROB
LEM THAT CONFRONTS MIL
LIONS OF MEN.
In these days of strenuous competi
tion, when dividends count for more
than men, the man who retains his
youth is the man who holds his job
That is why one of the most suc
cessful dermatologists in7' Paris has
warned j'oung men to take good care
of the hair. If you grow bald at 30 or (
35 or even when you are older, that
bald spot will, so far 'as appearance
goes, add 10 years to your life.
Men who have hair should by all
means keep it. In later years It may
mean a livelihood to yourself and fam
ily. Dandruff means falling hair; falling
hair means baldness. Stop falling hair
and dandruff now. Go to Kelly & Pol
lard and get a large 50 cent bottle of
Parisian Sage. They will guarantee it
to stop falling hair, to drive out all
dandruff and kill the dandruff germs,
or money back.
Remember that the man with a bald
head who seeks a position Is handi
capped at th estart Parisian Sage will
make hair grow, will give it a lus
trous appearance that denotes health
and youthfulness. For, sale by Kelly
& Pollard and druggists everywhere.
Girl with Auburn hair on every bottle.
The above list of high grade pianos were purchased new from the Wiley B.
Allen Co. about two Vears ago. On account of customers not paying for
them as per agreement the pianos have been taken up and placed in Jenkins
Piano Co's. store, corner Texas and Stanton Sts., by Mr. Boyd, auditor of the
Wiley B. Allen Co.. where they will be sold for the balance due on each in
strument. There has been enough paid on every piano in the lot to reduce
the present selling price to less than the factory cost. The entire stock must
be sold this week. Every piano is marked in plain figures, and are without
doubt the best values ever offered on standard pianos east or west. . We
would advise those wanting the best to come early before the piano they
want goes to another. Sale begins Nov. 23rd and closes Saturday night,
Store open evenings.
Don't forget the place.
JENKINS PIANO CO.
from Brownsville to Del Rio, and ac
cording to Information covering this
stretch of territory, quiet prevailed all
If the whereabouts of Madero is
known, no intimation Is given out by
the Mexican authorities.
After a thorough scout of the coun
try a reply was sent to Gen. Villar at
Matnmoras that there was no indica
tions of an attack either in Matamoras
or its vicinity.
Gen. Trevino, who left Monday with
a train load of soldiers for Torreon
over the Mexican International rail
road had not arrived late last night. It
itf said he probably left the train to
march with his troops overland to
some point In the Guerrero district in
Coahuila, where Madero is supposed
POLICE UXCOVER ROMS
PLOT IX MEXICO CITY.
Mexico City. Mex., Xov. 25. The po
lice have arrested Maria Gonzalez on
an allegation that a machine for ex
ploding bombs, found in quarters oc
cupied by revolutionists, had been
brought here at his Instance by Coslo
The latter is said to have ordered
the machines and a supply of bombs
In Europe. It is not known whether
the bombs have reached Mexico. Ro
belo has not been arrested.
The police also took into custo-ay
Xicholas Rhodaeseky, an employe of
El Imparcial, who It is alleged was
paid to place a bomb in a building oc
cupied by that newspaper. The bomb.
It Is stated, was to be exploded, at a
SAYS XO TROUBLE
AT MADERA AT ALL.
A telegram received from Ma
dera today declares that there
has been no real trouble there
and that the troops who started
there and were fired upon aft
er their train had been wreck
ed near San Andreas, did not
come. The message says there
is no trouble and has been
none. It is from W. C. Stewart,
chief clerk of the Pearson in
terests there, to his uncle H.
J. Collins. 312 South El Paso
street, and says:
"Had no trouble here and none
expected. Soldiers have not been
WATCH THE DATE OX THE YELLOW
Mail subscribers should watch the
date which follows their name on the
yellow label pasted on the wrapper or
first page of their paper. The date
there shows when the subscription ex
pires. When a remittance on subscrip
tion is made, this date is changed. If It
is not changed soon after remittance,
allowing, of course, a reasonable time
to reach El Paso, the subscriber should
call the attention of this office to the
oversight. By doing so when the matter
is fresh in the minds of all concerned all
further trouble and Inconvenience will
SULTAN OF MOROCCO STORMED
Last night an hour before Raymond
Teal started the show S. R. O. sign
was in evidence at the Happv Hour.
The show was a storm of laughter from
start to finish, the musical numbers
are great and the cast was well de
livered by competent artists. It Is
without doubt a pleasing bill and the
capacity house last night is the testi
monial. The matinee Saturday prom
ises to surpass any so far at the Happy
Hour. Sunday, new bill "Courrship
in Japan" most beautiful shows ever
presented in El Paso. The reserved
seat sale at Ryan's was 'neavrest yes
terday of any previous day. Matinee
Saturday, 10c, 20c. one show; night, 25c,
35c. A real dollar and a half show',
real royalty plays, charming orchestra.
LEAGUE MEETING TONIGHT.
There will be a meeting of the Re
tail Merchants League at 8 oclock to
night at the chamber of commerce.
Every member should be present, as
business of much importance will' be
FT! BOYS AND
About 50 boys and girls have already
been to The Herald office and entered
their names as participants in the big
distribution of Christmas spending
money, which The Herald will make
among the El Paso school children on
If you are attending school in the
city and are under 18 3-ears of age The
Herald invites you to enter your in me
at once and receive your part of this
mone3- when it is distributed. The con
ditions are plain ami very easy -to ful
fill. All you have to do is to ask youi
friends to sign a slip of paper agreeing
to take The Herald for a period of from
one to four months. You do not have to
flnv Tovfle Rr. .Cgfa-ntrvn -dfc
Doing Their Duty.
Scores of EI Paso Readers Are Learning
tie Duty of the Kidneys.
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kidneys
are sick. j
Backache and many kidney ills fol
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all.
El Paso people endorse our claim.
Mrs. Blanche Cleavenger, 1223 E.
Overland St, El Paso, Texas, 3ays: "For
eight years I -pras subject to attacks
of kidney trouble If I took cold. It
invariably settled in my kidneys and
caused a dull ache in my back and
right hip. There was also a soreness
across my loins and I had chills. The
kidney secretions were scanty and dis
tressing :n pa-srage and caused me
much annoyance. About a year ago
my complaint became worse. Doan's
Kidney Pills were finally recommended
to me, and procuring a box at Kelly ac
Pollard's Drug Store, I began their use.
Thoy strengthened my kidneys and
proved of benefit in every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-AIilburn Co., Buffalo.
New York sole agents for the United I
Remember tne name Doan's and !
take no other.
BEOWjST will push
LONGER TERM MOVE
Fort "Worth, Tex , : v l'". Marvin
H. Brown, the newly elected repreren
tatlve to the state l--rlsl.irure from
this district, today announced that a
will Introduce at the "Dnuig session, a
bill providing that all state officials,
including legislators, shall h.-ld officii
four years instead of two, as .it pres
ent. This is in line with th. "political
NEGRO HELD FOR MURDER
OF TWO MW HVVE CONFESSED.
Trenton, N. J.. Nov. 25. John Sears,
a half breed negro, who is under ar
rest suspected of the murder of Rev.
A. L. Armstrong and his wife at their
home at Dutch Neck, Wednesday night,
it is reported, has confessed. It is un
derstood that Sears believed some pro
vision had been made for him in the
minister's will and he was impatient to
receive the bequest.
LEGATION ATTACHE FINDS
TRUNK ROBBED EN ROUTE
Laredo, Tex., Nov. 25. Juan Piedra
Didaph, an attache of the Mexican le
gation at Washington, xeturnlnjr to l.Is
post from Mexico City, liscoerei at
customs house today that his trunk
, had been opened and $n'Q and an of-
ficial uniform stolen. Thee -re no
Austin, Texas. Nov. 25. Several hun
dred applicants for office visited governor-elect
Colquitt today. Tomorrow
will be the last day for hearing ap
plicants. Delegations here today are
urging R. H. Beckham and Harry
Hutchins for adjutant generals.
WITNESSES FOR DEFENCE
TESTIFY IN FLEMING C VSE.
Dallas, Texas, Nov. 25. The entire
morning in the district court was
taken up by the defence in examining j
witnesses in an effort to obtain a
charge of venue for Fred Fleming,
former president of the Western Bank
and Trust company, which failed in
January, 190S. The state tomorrow
will Introduce testimony to show that
Fleming can secure a fair trial hero.
McKEE TRIAL STARTS.
Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 25. The
trial of Knox McKce, charge 1 with
the murder of M. C. Nerdhain -vi
commenced in judge Buck's district
court today, when the court overruled
a motion for continuance. The state
alleges that Needham, vh lived in
Longview, was shot whilf aslfep and
McKee claims self defence.
collect a cent of monej'.
Everv bo nr irirl v':n ertr, mil
styas in the contest will g?t a part of
the Christmas mone. Tlu re ar. extra J
prizes for the ones who do the boi., $50 ,
r 11.. .-v .. '. . I
iur liic one wno secures tne most points
$25 for the next, two third prizes of $10
eich, and ten fnirth prizes of $5 each,
ind the conditions are i .irranue.l h:i
the other boys and jrirls who enter will
acli receh? something -whether or not
they win on? of theo snpci.il tit-it-as
If you have not already entered your!
n-une. come to ine Herald ofnee any
afternoon between 4 and 5 oclock 4and
do so. for you might as well have a part
of this Christmas monev as not-
GIRLS ARE ENTERED I
The popularity of our 5 O'CLOCK SATURDAY SALES seem to
increase more as each week goes by. The reasonnot only am
our prices lower, but quality of the goods offered is oftentimes
amazing. Tomorrow we offer exceptional values for every mem
ber of the family. Come early and stay as long as you please.
You'll find scores of other good values not mentioned here that
will merit your attention.
$1.00 Boys' Pants 79c $1.50 Men's Pajamas $1.19
Boys' Knickerbocker Pants, made of Every man' appreciates good warm
English Corduroy, just the thing for sleeping garments these cold nights. To-
school wear; they come in dark brown morrow we feature men's flannelette
and are very neat looking as well as pajamas, in white, blue and pink
durable. Sizes from 6 to 16 years; reg- stripes; selling regularly at $1.50, to-
ular $1.00 values, on sale ' 7Qr morrow we off er them per tf 1Q
tomorrow C pair p . 1 7
oi nn TrTnrrvwn.c! ROn ie mm TD-n-xnc "crvenn 1fV
?.!.. uv AwaTivxww
Long Flannelette kimonos with yoke, front and back
in pretty Persian patterns of light blue, pink, red and
gray, with plain satin border to match; values ?0
up to $1.00; special tomorrow at OfciC
(Limited one to a customer.)
40c EIMOETOS 19c
Short flannelette kimonos in attractive Persian patterns
of light blue, gray, lavender and navy blue, with scal
loped edge-. In this lot are values up to $1.00; Q
on special sale tomorrow, each ItC
(Limited one to a customer.)
p. m. to
ROW IN ARIZONA
OVER STATE LAND
Continued From Page One.j
the state to purchase it. A proper of
fer being made, the state would select
the land the purchaser wants, applying
its right to school sections which it has
lost In other townships by reason of
reservations or land grants. This be
ing done, the land would be offered for
sale by the state and the man who first
suggested Its selection would have an
equal but no better opportunity to buy
It than any other person.
The land once passing to private
ownership, it will be assessed its pro
portionate tax and thus brin? revcrxie
direct to the state, while at the same
time lending much to the development
and value of the country and add.ing
to the population of the state
The propositions adopted Thursday
were: Creating a bureau of legislative
research similar to that of Wisconsin
as an aid to the legislature and the
people in drafting laws; Juvenile courts
with a maximum age limit of IS; a
The first proposition creates the of
HUMORS IN THE BLOOD
Nature has made ample provision
in the moisture and sunshine of the
air for the outward protection and
healthy condition of the skin. But
the more important work of nourish
ing the cuticle has been left to an in
ward source the blood. It is from
the circulation that the pores and
glands receive their stimulus, and
the fibrous tissues are all preserved
in a healthful state because of con
stant nutriment supplied by the blood.
It is only when the circulation be
comes infected with humors or acids
that we are troubled with skin affec
tions. The humors producing- these
troubles are carried through, the cir
culation direct to the skin, and their
irritating or inflammatory effect re
mains until the blood is cleansed.
S. S. S. cures Skin Diseases, because
it is the greatest of all blood purifiers.
It goes into the circulation and
acids and humors
which are caus
ing the trouble,
bu i 1 d s up the
blood, and com
pletely cures Ec
zema, Acne, Tet
ter. Salt Rheum,
pimples, rashes, aud all eruptions of
the skin. When S. S. S. has driven
out the humors every symptom passes
away, the skin is again nourished
with cooling, healthful blood, natural
evaporation is renewed, and the skin
becomes soft and smooth. Book on
Skin Diseases and medical advice free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga
9 p.m. 9 p. m.
. 219-2 21 S. EL PASO STRE1 A,
values ror men
jw J.UU JJLLUiJiJ- W JJ.W-r.ti j-ww.
Boys' and Girls' Hose, heavily ribbed in. tie medium
and heavy weights; they come in black and. tan. colors;
This hose sells regularly at 15c per pair and at some
stores more; a special here tomorrow at 1 fl
per pair XJ
50c BSF ANTS' SOFT SHOES 39c.
These are the celebrated. Stork Infant Shoes; they come
with patent leather vamps, light blue, pink and white
tops, in both button and lace stales; sell reg- QQ
Ularlv at 50c; a special tomorrow at JZ?
fice of legislative librarian, who will
also be the state librarian, at a sal
ary of $2500.
SIX HOUSTON PREACHERS
SLATED FOR TRANSFERS
Houston, Tex., Xov
tMurrah, of Mississippi will arrive here
i tomorrow en route to Galveston to
preside at the annual Texas Methodist
J conference. It is announced that six
! Houston preachers will be transferred.
, Rev. W. F. Andrews, of St. Paul's
J church, likely will be sent to Dallas,
i The removal of the Southwestern uni
j versity to Dallas will be threshed out.
and If the movement is defeated it is
l reported that fi. new choo will be
founded by Methodists at Dallas.
SflAVE AS WELL AS
Au unstrapped razor "will not shave properly and you probably know it from
: having tried one or seeral of the usual type of ''no-stropping" safety razors.
! We sell the only razor which automatically strops itself, keeping its edge
I with barber sharpness, and it's safe, too: so that any man, no matter how inex
perienced in shaving or stropping, is able to ha-ve at all times, shaving as smooth
and gentle as that he would get from the barber, and he saves money and time.
It is called the Auto-Strop Razor, and besides automatically stropping itself with
out removing the blade or any part, it is cleaned a conveniently as the barber'a
razor a wipe and it is dry, ready for the next shave
AutoStrop Users have
shaved 100. 200. and
even 300 times with a
single blade. Nothing
wonderful about this,
when one considers how
lonir a barber is able to
use hv? razor with strap
ping before having to
M 1 ?iTns3fcrram
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
Smoke one La Pref erencia and you
enjoy the richness of its Havana to
bacco. Smoke many and you can
still enjoy them, for they have a
mildness all their own.
Platter Tobacco Co. Distributors Dallas and San Antonio
ADVANCE RUSH OF GIFT
SENDING IS STARTED HERE
Some wise El Pasoans have already
purchased their Christina? presents and
are sending them away. The po5tJric
is crowded these mornings and many
packages and letters are being mailed
there by the early shoppers.
BANKER ENDS LIFE.
Lynchburg, Va., Xov. 25. Samuel
T Withers, aged 55, second vice pres
ident of the First National bank, com
mitted suicide in a hospital here to
day by shooting himself in the head.
He., had been sick, on leave from tha
bank, since last July.
Select can oysters. 35c Ardoln's.
AN EXPERT BARBER
We sell the AutoStrop
Razor on 30 days trial.
This means that we will
rerund your money any
time within 30 days
should you for any rea
son wish to return tha
razor. Ask the clerk at
our cutlery counter to
show it to vou.
- and Retail
DRUGGISTS AND JEWELERS-