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Train Bulletin.
All afternoon and night trains are
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Italian Mnrder,
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Italian quarter is wild with excitement
jver the discovery of the body of one
of their country women, frightfully
mutilated, in a roadjiide ditch, si:
n'les north of Denver. Guiano Cel
lanti, a member of the colony, said
that he bel'eted the body to be that of
his wife, Mrs. Dorinto L.abata Cel
.anti, who has been missing nine days.
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Strawberries every day.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Cattle Importations.
The El Paso Livestock commission
'mported 444 head cattle from the
Casas Grandes district and the firm
of Bigham and Rose imported S15
head of cattle and 5 CO calves Monday,
morning. All of these are to beship
ped to eastern markets and come from
vhe western district of Chihuahua.
$3.50 "Women's Shoes, l.fl.l.
Tou can buy a pair of 3.50 women's
phoes for $1.95 for three days only,
Tuesday, "Wednesday and ThursCay.
Kinney Shoe Co.,
See our Snow "Window.
C L. BIMnston, 703 Magoffin. TeL
189, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Auto Runs Away.
A big touring car belonging to J. L.
Murdock crashed into the northeast
corner of the H. L. Stevens company's
contractlng-office on the Oregon street
side of the Mills bulldingSunday. even
ing. The car started while Mr. Mur
dock -was preparing to enter it and
struck the corner of the building be
fore it could be stopped. The prlass
wind shield, a lamp and thex steering
jear were broken.
Elliott's apple store. Phone 346.
Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
Kosher Meat
A fresh shipment o excellent Kosher
Tneat just arrived.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Phone 353.
aiore aiall Deliveries.
El Paso business houses and those
residing in the business district will
hereafter have five mail deliveries
daily instead of the four at present.
As soon as arrangements can be made
at the local postoffice the extra deliv
ery will be put on.
Dr. Crowder, eye, ear, nose and threat
S02 itio Grande Bldg.
Neve Band Leader.
The members of the Silver City brass
band are endeavoring: to complete ar
rangements for securing the services
of Prof. H. E. Alden, who arrived here
recently from El Paso, as leader for
the band. Silver City Enterprise. '
Dr. It. D. Robluson.v Practice limited
to diseases of children and orthopedic
surgery. Office and residence 700 Mesa.
Both phones 1897.
Elliott's cider. 212 Mesa. Tel. 346.
Held on Suspicion.
As suspicious characters. Max Vega
and Blaz Marquez are held at the po
lice station. Theodore Worley is the
complaining witness. He has lot five
bicycles and Saturday, he alleges he
caught Vega and Marquez attempting
to get away with his sixth wheel.
New Mincemeat.
"We have just opened a new barrel of
Heinz mincemeat, 20 cents a pound,
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Br. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
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Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell wfc-
you want. The -u.erald boy will collect
the next day.
All members of the G. I. A. are re
quested to attend the special meeting
"Wednesday, Nov. 30, grand officer will
he present.
(Signed) Eva Anderson, Pres
Dr. Scantier, 7eatsi, Roberts-Banner.
Cranberries.
pancy cranberries, quarts
cents.
'Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
for 25
Dr. J. A. Hedrlck. surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
Packer Dl-es of Pneumonia.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 28. -Michael
Cudahy, founder of the packing firm
bearing his name, died at S:45 oclock
last night at a hospital here of double
pneumonja.
Society and Business Stationery.
Engraved, embossed, printed. All
work done in El Paso.
J. B. Snttoa Co., 32S Texas St.
Svrcct Gherkins
A. new barrel of Heinz sweet Gherkin3
opened today.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Phone 35?..
Takes Horses to Orient.
Private Liouis J. Schober, battery C,
first field artillery, wso is now on spe-.
cial duty as orderly at the depart
ment of Texas headquarters at San
Antonio, will be relieved from duty
on November 30 and will be sent by
the way of Seattle, "Wash., having
charge of Lieut. Churchill's mounts, to
join his battery In the Philippine
islands. He will stop at El Paso and
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and plenty of it to keep one
rosy and healthy
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This Event of Distinguished Interest
and importance Continues Tuesday
With Unparalleled Savings.
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Yoitering 01 seusationad eeononues, trom our ric'h collection 01 aepenuaoit; numc x ux
nishings, is just as great as Saturday's, and tie day before that. This sale is growing
ijy leaps auu uuilllus increasing in ecununi y ujjpuibLuiiuico tu j-u.w.lh-c jv. v. j - -
this gala festivities of bargains.
We cordially invite your attendance at this memorable event. You're welcome to stroll through our three floors of display,
representing the best from the factories and mills of America. Everything is marked in Plain Figures on yellow selling tags, so
you can be your own salesman if you so desire.
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Oak Dresser I
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The headline gives you the
news in a glance. You know
the character ol Springer's
furniture. You know the
individuality, finish, style
and difference between
Springers Furniture and the
ordinary kind. Xo need to
go into details on this.
Same as illustrated, with
large oval bevel plate mirror.
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$15.00 Genuine Oak Mis-ffl f)
sion Library Table dlUiUU
This is distinctly a money-saving event. A mission
patterned, genuine oak library taile with, large top, as
illustrated, and all finished in the dull weathered style.
At almost a third off, you can easily realize what an
exceptional value the above is.
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Wilton
The sketch above of this stove k a perfect representa
tion of this worthy special. ' Excellent construction and
excellent baker and cooker. High back with warming
closet. This offer is good only Tuesday at above
exceptional price.
Jjifrociusliig Qur New Display of Waxed Oak Flemish Designed
Dining Room Furniture
"We realize that in an introductory sale like this the two strong
features must be pattern and value. We've been doubly careful
, in selecting this display wanted the right style and finish, the
proper proportion and construction; and to these we have added
the special incentive of special jDrices on the following, as illus
trated in the above picture :
Flanders Buffet &JIG Flandfrs Binine &M Flanders China IJifl
&HU Table Sncmal 0f & Cabinet t9fU
Special
Table Special
A sale in the sense that you will save handsomely on
the purchase of these rugs. The .pattern is specially
designed designs that show the best features for ap
pearance and durability. Of an extra high pile and of
this season's coloring.
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GLASSWARE
Very fine cut star 3 qt. t5
Water Pitchers special tj
Cut Star Tumibler to
match, special per doz JJ
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PASO
OTJR DISPLAY OF OPEN STOCK
DINNER SETS.
We are prepared to furnish at all
times pieces from open sets of
English, semi-porcelain Decorated
English Ware, Austrian China.
We have 20 patterns in open
stock, thus enabling you to add
from time to time such, -pieces as
you can afford; offered upwards
of 4 per set; 100 piece Dinner
Sets from $12.
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take the mount of Capt. DeLoffre to
the islands also. Private Schober will
leave Seattle on the United States
transport Bix, which will leave port
about January 1, 1911.
Office Construcnns Quartermaster,
Fort Bayard, X. M., November 25. 1910.
Sealed Proposals, in triplicate, will be
received at this office until 11 oclock
a. m., December 24, 1910, and then pub
licly opened, for the furnishing and in
stalatlon complete of two .compound
duplex steam pumps. Plans, specifi
cations, blank proposals and other in
formation furnished on application.
Bidders on proposal must state the j
name of the manufacturer supplying:
the pumps. U. S. reserves the ngnt to
reject any and all proposals. J. R. Mc
Andrews, Capt. and Quartermaster, U
S. A., Constructing Quartermaster.
in his room yesterday.
How's This For Breakfast?
Buckwheat cakes with some of that
"Blood of the llaple" syrup we have.
Jones Dairy Farm little pig; sausage.
Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand"
coffee.
TTe nave new buckwheat . flour for
the buckwheat cakes; Jones Dairy
Farm sausage. Chase & Sanborn's cof
fee, and the best maple syrup you ever
tasted.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Hot Chocolate with wnlpped vcream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
General Storms Expected.
"Washington, D. C, Nov. 28.
Storms and cold weather generally
throughout the country is the predic
tion t die weather bureau for this
week.
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Headache "Cure' Kills.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 2S. Leroy
Scott, of Denver, a senior in the med
ical school of the University of Penn-
j sylvania, died today in the university
hospital from supposed opium poison
ing. He was 30 years old. The author
ities believe the student took an over
dose of some patent headache cure.
j He was discovered lying unconscious
Hot' Clam Bouillon with salt sprays
Elite Confectionery Co.
Constitution Brief.
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 28. Arizona's
constitution will be the briefest writ
ten in recent jears by any state. Ac
cording to estimates of statistically
Inclined members, it will contain less
than 16,000 words, as against 25,000
for New Mexico's constitution and
104,000 In that of Oklahoma.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may
be taken with perfect safety by the
most delicate woman or the youngest
child. The old and feeble jvill also
f'nd them a most suitable remedy for
aiding and strengthening their weak
ened digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale by all dealers-
TROOPS KILL HOSTILE
NATIVES IN PHILIPPINES
Manila, P. I. Nov. 28. Detachments
of troops and constabulary are operat
ing against the hostile Manobos In
Adavao, Mindanao IslandTOne column
has killed several of the tribesmen,
including two who were implicated in
the murder of Earl Gerr, a planter
from Seattle.
Another column has killed three im
plicated in the murder of Gerr, and
other planters, and has succeeded in
recovering Gerr's body.
A third detachment had two soldiers
wounded, while a fourth lost one s'ol-,
dier killed In ambush. The rounding
up of the tribesmen continues.
DRUMMER KILLED WHILE
TRYING TO BOARD TRAIN
Timpson, Tex., Xov. 2. E. W. Lacey.
a traveling salesman and for 40 years a
citizen of Shreveport, La., was killed
this morning here when trying to board
a Houston East and West Texas passen
ger train, which was slowing down.
Lacey's bod3' was crushed. He was a
confederate veteran.
LAD WHIPPED BY MOTHER;
SERGEANT FURNISHES AVHIP.
Santos Gonzaies, a lOyearold boy
who became intoxicated Sunday, was
given a thrashing at the police sta
tion Monday morning. On the other
end of the rawhide whip, which was
supplied by sergeant Davis, was the
lad's mother.
BONDS OF TWO OFFICIALS
TO BE FILED THIS WEEK
AH county officers elected at the re
cent election, with the exception of
George Harper, collector, and J. W. Ma
goffin, county treasurer, have liled their
bonda. They will file their surety guar
antee this week. At a meeting of the
county commissioners, !Mr. Harper was
requested to pay to the county treasurer
the funds collected as fasjas possible.
TAKE A SIIIVT.
Do your own mixing, pay for poison
only, "Rough on Rats," a powder, then
you get results, for Roaches, Ants,
Mice. Rats, etc 15c, 25c, 75c See di
rections how to use In out-buildings.
We Will Pay You 7 i c for Chestnuts
ALL YOU CAN GATHER
No difference how worn or worm-eaten they are or how long they have
been laying around. We have succeeded in making arrangements with the
Edison "factory whereby you can rum in your old Edison Records in ex
change for
BRAND NEW EDISON RECORDS
Write us for our "Specially Prepared Catalogue," showing a list of 500
Records, very careful- selected, and which, include some of the most pop
ular selections, vocal and instrumental.
Remember, we allow you 7 l-2c each for your old Edison Records, no
matter what their condition, so they are not broken or cracked.
QO!7"T A f e are lPrePare ve EREE to every Edison
j" HiXxTiJ-i owner either six four-minute or nine-two-minuto
Records, as they may select.
Don't fail to asfc us about this.
W. G. Walz Company
TALKING MACHINE WAREROOMS
103 EL PASO ST.
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Anson mills
Building
The largest all reinforced con
crete office building in the H. S.
A Business Building for Business
Men.
Hundreds of Offices all outside.
From $15.00 to $35.00
The best price to pay for an. of
fice is the price of the best office.
Ready Feb. 15th
See
Horace B. Stevens,
Agent.
122 San Francisco St. Phone 121
One of our new tenants,
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