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10 Monday. November 28, 1910
FOURTEEN KILLED IN
The Store That Sells Wooltex.
Genuine Buckwheat Flour
AN OKLAHOMA MINE
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There's a difference in Buckwheat; one will make
cakes that fill the bill every time, and the other
sort "will produce something that is only an apology
for Buckwheat Cakes. TVe have just received the
genuine article direct from the Willow Grove
Mills, Burdett, New York State. We guarantee
this to be pure or your money back.
3 Pounds for 25c
Pure Vermont Maple Syrup,
Quality goods, quart cans
Park, Texas, Nov. -S. Fourteen men lost their lives as the result of a
gn explosion In the Jnmho mines, IS miles from Antlers, Okla., at 7
o'clock: this morning.
So terrific was the explosion that five miners Mere hurled out of the
shaft. Xlne more are entombed and there Is no hope to recover them
A. largre force of men is now at Work difrpTinsr for bodies of the men
who had just entered the shaft for the day's work. -
The dead are: Richard Palmer, Olen Mnlone, James Gould) Henry Self,
Charles Self, Dan 3IcCarty, Xev.lon Gillervraters, James Carpenter, pit boss,
William Brown, Tom Stevens, D. J. Jones and Horace Lax.
James Daugrherty, ased (-, a lumber hauler, died in his chair from the
shock of the disaster, while writing- out the names of the men killed. The
Choctaw Asphalt company of St. Louis owned the mines.
We invite comparison with any home made pud
ding, being confident that after tasting this, no
one will feel like making Plum Pudding at home.
15c 35c? 65c and $L00 Each
ISTew Stuffed Pigs, per box 45c
ISTew Stuffed Dates, per box 35c
ISFew Shelled Hickory jSTuts, per lb 75c
iSTew Shelled Black Walnuts, per lb.. .75c
Xew Shelled Almonds, per lb .t. . .60c
NEW COMPANY TO
DRILL AT TOYAH
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
ueix Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
1054 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 196s
We store goods. Gpp. Postffffice, across Plazs
Toyah Oil and Mineral Go.
Chartered May Open
El Paso Office.
Toyah, Tex., Nov. 2S. The Toyah Oil
and Mineral Co., of Texas, has been
granted a charter by the state of Texas
"K-itih a capital of $25,000.
The charter is "for the purpose of
the establishment and maintenance of
oil companies, with authority to con
tract for the lease and purchase of the
right to prospect for, develop and use
coal and other minerals, and petrol
eum; also, the right to erect, build and
own, all necessary oil tanks, cars and
pipe lines necessary for the business."
The company owns without encum
brance some land in the Toyah basin
not far from the Texas company's
holdings, on which it Intends to drill
wells on about the first of the coming
year, it announces.
J. M. Ware, the president, pros-
t pected in the Toyah field for several
! months the past spring and from tihe
' indications there he says he thinks
t the Toyah field will be fcne of the
greatest fields :et discovered. Prior
to prospecting In the Toj-ah fields he
was In the oil fields of Ohio, Penn
ss'lvanla and "West Virginia. The sec
retary and treasurer of the company,
J. H. Hislop, is from the oil regions of
Oh'o, his native state.
The company is now contemplating
openins: an office In El Paso.
DIE IN HOSPITALS
Cowboy Gets Fatal Fall and
Veteran Falls Beneath
Two injured men, arriving on a Sat
urday train, died in El Paso hospitals
before the close of the day. H. Dunn,
a young" cowboy succumbed to concus
sion of the brain as a result of a 'all
from his horse near Pumpville. Tex.,
and W. W. King, a veteran of two
wars, died after both legs had been
amputated by tine wheels of a train at
Accompanying Dunn -R-as 3i. A. Hart.
Ms employer. The young man had
been found on the range Friday night.
He evidently had fallen from his mount
and received injuries about the head.
He died late Saturday afternoon. Dunn
was 2S years old, and is survived by
his mother and father," who live at
Del Rio. The body has been shipped
there for burial.
King lost his legs Wnile crawling un
der a freight car in going from his
home to the station at Valentine. A
I switch engine backed into the freight
stationary cars just as the old man
was underneath. He was about 65
years of age, and before his death Sat
j urday night, said that he had no rela
I tives. King was a veteran of rne civil
and Spanish wars( and lived on his
pension, Officials? of tne ii., n. & a. a.
are attempting to learn more of the
man's history, and the body Is being
held for burial.
tire Stock of Dresses
' at About ifl
With the exception of fancy costumes,
ranging in price above $5G.OO, toe offer
you this week choice of our entire stock
of dresses at approximately half price.
These ai-e women's and misses' dresses, suitable for all occa
sions except the most formal. There are serge, panama. broad
cloth, velvet, corduroy, messaline, crepe de chene, voile and
aeolienne dresses. There are. also. Persian taffetas veiled
in cihiffon or marquisette, also? beautiful dreses combining
messaline and velvet, and chiffon and velvet.
Vg Have Too Many Dresses
We find that we are a trifle overstocked on dresses and in
stead of choosing a few dozen garments and selling them
at a reduced price we prefer to hold a big sale and give
you choice from our entire stock.
Advance Your Christmas Buying
And then, too, we desire to jnduce you to shop now. to
make the necessary purchases and at least a part of the
Christmas purchases now and do away, in a measure, with
the strain of those last few days before Christmas.
Our whole -stock is embraced in the five following lots:
Iff I- ?P-3Bi
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
SOS & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPFH ALL NIGHT.
BURTON-LINGO CO.. FIRST & KANSAS STS..
BELL 50; ATJTO 1050
WE RjSPAJLR bverythixg.
Key and Lock Work, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York, 999
Miles, in 35 hours.
EI PASO REPAIR SHOP, 208 Korih Stanton Street. Phone Bell 138.
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES
Before buying get our prices. We can save you money. TVe are manufac
turers. It PASO TENT AND AWXEVG COMPANY,
Both Phone. 312 S. El Paso St.
Eaymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Thursday. Friday. Saturday, and
Saturday latinee, "
"The Sultan " of Morrocco"
Evening performance S:15
Mat. Saturday 2:30
Evening prices 25c, 35c
Matinee prices 10c. 20c
Seats on sale, Ryan's Drug Store.
Phone, J?ell 60S-629
Bills Change Thursday, Sunday.
ON OUR 25c
Assorted Cream Taffy
FO&MEI EL PASOAN
DIES IN CALIFORNIA
Robert W. Spence, a former El
Pasoan. is dead at 1627. Todd .street,
Berkeley, Cal., as the result of a double
stroke of paralysis and apoplexy.
Death came suddenly last Wednesday
and was -wholly unexpected.
Mr. Spence was well known In El
Paso 10 years agro as a machinist, and
while here married Miss Liida H. Her
vej", at that time a stenographer in
the law office of judge Peyton F.
Edwards. Shortly .after his marriage
he engasred in the real estate business,
but about six years ago abandoned
that field and moved to Berkeley. Cal.,
where he founded the Port Costa
brick works, of which he became man
He was a native of Canada, 42 years
of age and, besides his wife and 14
monthsold son. leaves several brothers
in the east, one of whom Is a promi
nent minister and another a physician
in Pittsburg. Pa. He was junior dea
con of Charter Rock lodge, A. F. and
A. M., of Berkeley.
Mrs. Spence's family resides in Tuc
son, Ariz., whence her father went to
Berkeley to attend the funeral.
Dresses in values
to $18.75: you
have choice at
Dresses in values
to $30.00; you
have choice at
Dresses in values
to $37.50; you
have choice at
Dresses in values
to $45.00; you
have choice at
Dresses in values
to $49.50; yoTi
have choice at
Announcement--FIT LI5 Dna
and Instruction in Stenciling. Everybody is cordially invited to take ad
vantage of this demonstration. Stenciling offers ideas for many accept
able Christmas gifts.
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE
with at our fountain.
.T. C. VAX DYKE.
J. C. Vanbyke. a farmer in the Boer
colony at La Mesa, died Saturday in an
El Paso hospital where he had been
confined for six weeks. He "was a
farmer by occupation and 28 years
of aee Van Dvke was a native of
I South Africa, and a veteran of the
I Anglo-Boer war. He was a nephew
of Gen. B. J. Viljoeu. The body was
shipped to Berlno.
wO J7 1?
202 Tertt St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLD2S.
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
Bsll 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and racking by careful men at fight price.
BELL 1054. ODOH'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1986
CASH OR CREDIT
A LITTLE 31 ONE Y goes a long wa ys here.
H. L. STEWART FURNITURE CO. '
810-312 South Stanton. Bell 032; Auto. 210
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RTJNN ING AVHITE SEWING 3IACHINE.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St,
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Eatex
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
409 South Santa Fe St.
Bell Phone 1403. Auto. Phone 1403.
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
.Under the Electric Fountain.
MISS NETTIE CATT
THROWN FROM HORSE
Miss Xettie Catt, who resides at 71S
North Santa Fe street and is employed
at the Popular store, -was injured by he-in-r
thrown from ? her horse Sunday
evening on the county road in front of
the residence of fieore Pence. She is
now confined to her home but suffered
no fracture. When ZNIiss Cati's horse
fell, she was taken into Mr. Pence'
I home and Dr. X. V. Mitchell summoned
I from Ysleta.
303 S. El Paso St.
fJiirm. AmTrintiftton Wnfnr P.Tirorc T?iW!i . -r , ..
i7,--iT i ' "ro...r'"r"""" aaroware' J-oois. all
o'"1" .-iiijuirs. nennc v. uuery leniS u;7 Paint, Etc
EL PASO T
THREE NIGHTS COMMENCING-
Dainty Sewing Aprons. Made of
a nice quality of India linon, in
round and square styles. Some
hemstitched and lace-trimmed,
others with ruffle of embroidery.
These aprons should sell for 25c
each: we "make a special Christ
mas price of O 5
2 for uOC
Santa Clans Notes
Santa Claus has been a very busy
man since his arrival Saturday
morning, but says the Calisher
Annex meets his approval abso
lutely. The children are cordially invited
to come and see him, also to get
their Santa- Claus letters in early.
Parents are again reminded that
toys and dolls can be selected now
and held for future deliverv.
Children's Pretty Sweaters, in
sizes 1. 2 and 3 years. These are
all-wool sweaters, in red and gray.
These are regular 75c sweaters,
and tie number is limited. To
morrow, as long as they last, we
give you choice at the x special
Christmas price ns
of oniy OtC
jtmk m -
I 1 SH(8HAfV and held lor tuture deliverv. f -mil i n In tn Vf-n
.III '' I MTJfcnKl rwif JmTiMilirfWMl tTC- mm till
EEB The Store That Sella AVooltex.
MAYOR WILLING- TO
"The establishment Saturday of a
restricted district was due to the exi
gency," mayor C. E. Kelly stated Mon
day morning'- "The location is not to
be considered final, how,ever," the
mayor continued, "for the council and
myself will, I think, consider a loca
tion elsewhere in the pvent proper ac
commodations are made.
"Ei Paso cannot afford to have the
women driven from the district and
allow them to settle wherever fchey
please in the city."
Cut glass Pieces for the dining"
table and dainty receptacles for my
lady's dressing table. Snyder Jewelry
Co., 227 San Antonio, 103 Mesa.
SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY
SAMUEL E. RORK'S SENSATIONAL MUSICAL PRODUCTION,
DISTINCTIVE NOVELTY IN AMUSEMENTS
Music by John T. HalL . Lyrics by vincent Bryan
FAMOUS ORIGINAL APACHE DANCE
ight Life In Paris
Correctly Portrayed in 150 Minutes, Without Waste of Time or Monev
SWIFT SMART SAUCY AND GORGEOUSLY G&LY
Snitz Edwards & Harry Short
THE LARGEST MUSCIAL ORGANIZATION EN TOUR
Nite Prices-50C to $2.00 Matinee-50c to $1.50
CONDUCTOR FALLS FROM
TRAIN, IS DECAPITATED
Texarkana. Tex.. Nov. 2S. Francis
Moore, a Cotton Belt freight conductor,
aged 26, and married, fell from the top
of his train today and was killed. The
car wheels severed his head from the
body. The accident was not discovered
until Moore's ab.-ence was noted and a
CONFERENCE AGREES TO
$50,000 FOR A COLLEGE
Wichita Falls. Tex.. Nov. 2S. The
North Texas" Methodist conference this
morning pledged itself to raise $50,000
for Weslev college at Terrell, to meet
the conditional gift of $50,000. The con
ference will sojourn after the announce
ment of the appointments oi ministers.
Things for men snaving pads, mili
tary brushes, shaving sets, umbrellas
with handsome handles, watch fobs
and chains, scarf pins, cuff buttons and
signet rings. Snyder Jewelry Co.
TWO DEAD AND ONE
DYING EEOM BUENS
Santa Fe, X. M., Nov. 28. Word has
been received from Cl5de. a little set
tlement in Socorro county, that two
children are dead and one is dying
and their mother is in a precarious
condition from burns received in the
explosion of a lamp which she tried
to fill while it was burning'.
The family is that of Emiterio Go
mez, who is in abject circumstances
on account of illness. A public sub
scription was taken to aid the family.
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ETHEL LEXEVE AVI LI,
BJE TUH-YSD BACK.
Xew York, Xov. 2S. Immi
gration inspectors at all ports
have been ordered to watch for
Ethel Leneve, reported coming
from London. The authorities
are hard put to construct a
charge for her deportation.
4 4-'f' 4' 4''35 4-
FORMER POSTOFFICE CLERK
IS GIVEX FIXE OF lO0.
East Las Vegas. X. M., Xov. 28.
Arthur Lonez. formprlv n V7ot-l- ;, .
local postoffice, pleaded giiilty to a I
charge of extracting money from the
mails and was fined $100 and costs!
by judsre M. C. Mechem in thP Mom!
IS LET TO KEOEG-SR
Work on the new Calisher building
will begin Tuesday. The contract for
tfoe construction of the five story de
partment store building; on Texas and
Stanton streets has been let to Otto
P. Kroeger, who is completing- the new
American Xational bank building-
The building- will cost between $95 -000
and $100,000, and will be the most
modern department store in the
southwest. It will have five stories
above the ground with a mezzanine
floor on the first story and a mezza
nine floor in the, basement.
The building: will " be of reinforced
Excavation work will begin Tuesday
on the site which has been cleared.'
I "will teach vou.
M. J. Ely's"
102 N. Campbell St
EI Paso, Tex.
P. 0. Box 757.
SHOT BY MOTHERINLAW,
MESSER DIES FROM INJURY
Terrell, Tex.. Nov. 2S. Lonjr Messer.
liot by his motherinlaw, Mrs. Kate
Earle, at Hiram Friday, died Sunday. A
(preliminary hearing for Mrs. Earle will
be held before justice Samples at Elmo
today. Me-er, who had separtaed from
his wife, went to Mrs. "Earle's home to
see his two children, when an altercation
led to the shooting.
PRESCOTT BUSINESS MEX
ORGANIZE BOARD OF TRADE
Prescott, Ariz., Xov. 2S. A board of
trade is being organized in Prescott.
Local business men are greatly inter
ested in the movement and a strong
organization is assured.
A clock whether a handsome one
for the mantelpiece or a tiny travel
ing clock is an acceptable Christmas
gift. Snyder Jewelry Co.
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Owing to Flax Seed $1.37 per bushel a year ago,
and now $2,85 per bushel we are compelled to raise
Imperial Paint to $1.25 per gallon.
Tuttle Paini Glass Co.
BELL 206; AUTO 1205
Heavy Team Harness. Stoek Saddles
wauiro -aLOLiii.e loaacues, Express
Harness, Busrsrv Harness. "RitIa Sh.
Manufacture and brk PistoV Scabbards, Belts, and
fWv In Swlr See us or write for prices.
lfILin btock SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
EL PASO THEATRE
Prices 50c to $2.00.
Sam S. & Lee Shubert (Inc.) Present
Clyde Fitch's Last and Greatest Plav.
DIRECT FROM ONE YEAR'S RUN AT
THE LYRIC THEATER, NEW YORK.
The Sensation of the Past New York Season!
A Drama That Grips and Thrills You!
"The Child of the Regiment"
EL PASO THEATRE 5.r&3,&.2t 1 M4 2;
THE QUEBN OF THE MOULIN ROUGE
Samuel E. Rork's Sensational Musical Production
NIGHT LIFE IN PARIS Correctly Portrayed in 150 Minutes without waste of time or
money, .races rute, ouc to $2.uu: Matinee, 50c to S1.50.