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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Not. 30, 1910.
9 1 aso to the Front
I . Make It a Leader
of such magnitude, of such general moment and being observed by such a splendidly estab
lished business as Springer's must necessarily be a fine success. There never was a time
when this great store was more inviting, more charming; never a time when stocks were
more complete, when America's products were offered at more attractive prices. Our Home Fuinishing Display is wonderfully com
prehensive, made all the more so by the expectation of a tremendous Anniversary demand. When you obtain here you obtain which
is best for everything in Home Furnishing ware and adornment. Prices unequalled for value giving, but at no time any sacrifice in
quality. We are celebrating this Anniversary with irresistible Bargains. For instance, tomorrow's offering
Most Famous Diningroom Outfit Ever Made In El Paso
S8Q uffit--ali rich golden
a Buffet, Extension Tab!
Leather Seat Chairs . .
YOU will open your eyes witih. astonishment at tihe sight
of these pieces of Dining Furniture you've never seen such
elegance for the low price quoted. And iwe count it rare
fortune that -we are able to secure 10 outfits for selling
at $54. The sketch gives you a fairly good idea of their
charming quality and and you'll find the material and
workmanship in fall keeping wiuh. the stunning appearance.
SIDEBOARD Of Golden Oak, handsomely finished.
Drawers, cupboards and bevel plate French mirror, -a. $30
TABLE-Of round top, claw feet and 6-ft extension, all
njcely poHshed, a rich Golden Oak, a $20 value.
6 CHAIRS Of handsome Golden Oak, box constructed seat
upholstered in genuine grain leather; regular $5; total
This price for this outfit is uncommonly low considering
the excellent quality of the Pumiture, and we advise early
selection on this extraordinary Anniversary special.
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Special Values in 10-oieee Oiooi
Sets for Tomorrow Only
is Now the Fifth City in Texas
City buildnig lias become an exact science.
Taken as a general proposition, those -who have
devoted some time to the work know that certain
given conditions may be controlled by a specific
plan of action. There is no individual living who
sooner or later cannot be converted from civic
heathenism to civic Christianity. He may not be
, willing to foot- the bills for his education, but if
yon have other sources from which to draw your
financial support and you keep hammering and
hammering into the minds of such men, not only
their duty toward -their city, but the actual benefit
that will accrue-to their city through expressions of
civic pride, we shall be able to whip them all into
line and make of your narrow-minded, non-progressive
citizen a radical and enthusiastic "booster."
Meet With the Chamber of Commerce and Help
"We are prepared to furnish at all
times pieces from open sets of
English semi-poreelain decorated
English ware and Austrian china.
We have -20 patterns in open
stock, thus enabling you to add
from time to time such pieces as
you can afford.
50 piece Blue Willow
Dinner Set .-.-.-. .
50" piece Flower Semi
i Porcelain Dinner Set,
$6 Fancy Parlor
This is another addition to our extensive
Anniversary Specials and one of the
best values we've ever offered. Made of
Golden Oak nvith. a lustrous hand rubbed
polish and designed on lines of durability.
Comfort giving and attractiveness. Just
as photographic picture shows, at the
-wonderful low price of almost half.
'216-18 San Antonio St.,
Jf T EL PASO- -TEXAS-
50 piece Austrian China Dinner Set,
rose pattern Tvith q
gold edges, for $1C
Hit ' ffh I
The actual value of this beautiful
dresser is not overestimated a particle.
An extra large size with top of 20x44
in. with 34x28 bevel French plate mirror,
wooden knobs and all finished a real
piano polish, showing the rich, genuine
The Chamber of Commerce Is A Business Necessity
Join It on December 1st at the Smoker.
The keynote to the success of a Chamber of Commerce is cooperation by the
Imsiness men to increase the total number of customers in a town. In this work
all should help because all receive a benefit. If the El Paso Chamber of Commerce
is not following the right plan to do this, if its officers are not making it a
success, attend the meetings, find out what the difficulty is. and help put it in
Letter working order.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
C E- MGHEHEAD, President. GIO. D. FLOXY, Cubier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pre. C. K. BASSETT, Vic Pub.
L. J. GILCEBIST, Asst Clu
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S81.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AKD PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its BrancbM.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 22EXICAN 2CONIY.
Bank on the Chamber of Commerce. Give It Your Sup
port by Joining Now.
Tne Chamber of Commerce should carefully consider and intelligently dis
cuss public questions, and -when the conclusions are arrived at, talk should
cease and work begin. There is wisdom in open council, but efficiency Is con
centrated direction. Above all interest in the work should not be permitted to
drag". The Chamber of Commerce is capable of doing- much for the city in whose
interest it Is formed. Its efficiency depends upon the people themselves.
Eio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
BIG TIE ST THE
Many Speeches and Some
Stunts by Local
The get-togebher spirit will be rife
Thursday night when members of the El
Paso chamber of commerce and their
friends will be entertained at the long
planned get-together affair. Business
men, ranchmen and farmers from all tihe
southwest nave been invited, and it is
expected that about 400 will be present.
An attractive program has been ar
ranged, not only of music and oratory,
but stunts by professional theatrical
people. The program will begin at 8
Addresses will be made by D. 31.
Payne, president of the chamber; P. E.
Fuller, United States engineer in charge
of pumping investigations in Arizona;
W. 15. Anderson, Felix Martinez, Richard
F. Burges, W. A. Sutherland, of Las
OruceSjH. H. Schutz, of the Xew Mexico
A. & M. college, and judge J. 3L Goggin.
A quartet of singers' will be formed of
Parvin Witte, M. H. - MacCallum.
Mathews H. Lemen, and Arch A. CaTSon,
with Francis L. Moore at the piano. Mr.
"Yitte will also sing a solo, and Mr.
Moore will play a special number.
Theatrical people who will do a turn
each are Raymond Teal, O. J, Post,
George A. Burton, Will H. Cross, A. W.
Zinnand others. ISndig's orchestra -will
WaitJ Snyder Jewelry Co.
GHtL, 14, ACCUSES
WIFE DEFENDS HIM
Says the Denver Post: Sent to Den
ver, 18 months ago, from El Paso,
Tex., that she might avail herself of
the educational advantages offered by
the local schools,, and placed under the
protection o her married sister, Mrs.
W. E. "Windsor, 1444 ason street, 14
yearold Margaret Sullivan is now an
Inmate of the Florence Crittenton
W. E. "Windsor, her brotherinlaw.
and an employe of the Fry & McGill
Motor Supply company, has been ar
rested and placed in, the county jail
by special officer J. S. Phillips of the
juvenile court. He Is charged with be
ing responsible for the girl's condition.
His bond is fixed at 2000, which he is
He denies the charge made against
him by the girl, as roes his wife, and
both place the responsibility upon her
own 16yearold brother, Austin Sulli
van, who came from his home in-Chey-enne
to make a short visit at the
Windsor home last April. The juvenile
officers place no credence in the state
ments of Windsor and his wife.
"Wait! Snyder Jewelry Co.
GOES AFTER CANDLES FOR
WIFE'S BEER, IS ARRESTED
Coming to town to buy candles to put
at tie bier of his dead wife. Diomcio
Arriala. pf 212 Seventh street, got into a
difficulty and was arrested. In the
meantime neighbors had found his wife
dead and had notified the coroner, who 1
viewed the body and had it removed to
an undertaking establishment. An in
quest will be held, probably Wednesday
MAN LEAVES TOWN
JP A. Bordeaux, organizer for the El
Paso Life Insurance company, which
.had offices in the Trust building, has
moved his family to Albuquerque,
where he is said to be engaged in the
life Insurance business.' Bordeaux, ac
cording to Bert Ramsey, in whose
house he lived, left town with $50
house rent unpaid.
COOTS' MAY APPOINT
AX AIDITOR IF itf "WISHES.
El Paso county may have an audi
tor, if the county commissioners and
judges "Walthall, Harper and 'Eylar
NAME WAS TWISTED SOME
BUT CRAIG GOT HIS LETTER.
To Mrs. Allie Wetteroth of the gen
eral delivery department at the post
office is due the credit for delivery
of a letter to Marion Craig, who wait-'
ed for three days for transportation to
Centralia, Wash. A letter notifying
him that transportation was waiting
for him at the G. H. office was ad
dressed to Miss Marion Fraig. F is"1
very little different from C in tel
egraphy, and so the error was made in
sending a message to the El Paso rail
road office which resulted In the letter
being addressed as It was. He got the
transportation and left town.
SMITH GIVEN FREEDOM OX
PROMISE TO LEAVE TOWX.
Wait! Snyder Jewelry Co.
ONE SMALL BOY'S ARREST
CAUSES PLAZA COMMOTION
A commotion, attended with a hurried
run hv the patrol wagon, in response to
an alleged riot call, "was caused at the
plaza Wednesday when officer Parsons
iixi eaten j.tmxa-5 v eia, $;: i, xji juiuji-
WaitI Snyderv Jewelry Co.
MOB THROWS FISH AXD
EGGS AT CHURCHILL,
Colchester, England, Kov. 30. Riot
ous scnes attended the appearance
here of Winston Spencer Churchill, the
home secretary. Thousands congie
gated in the streets, jeering and shout
ing. Many of them gathered around
Mr. Churchill's carriage at which they
threw fish, eggs and other missiles.
Many of the windows in the liberal
headquarters were smashed. A large
draft of police was sent out to patrol
D. C Smith, who was fined $2o in i ing on 'a street car. I he roat call was a
nolice court on a vagrancy charge ' ioke and the patrol wagon was not
Tuesday evening, was released V ed- ( needed.
nesday morning upon giving his prom
ise to. leave town. Judge Eylar fur
nished his wife -with a ticket to New
Orleans Tuesday evening and she left ESTRADA RELEASED FROM
Watch! Snyder Jewelry Co.
for that city.
Smith is the man who, it is said,
peddled talcum powder around town,
telling, it is alleged, a. hard luck story
of having a sick wife.
Wait! Snyder Jewelry Co.
Watch! Snyder Jewelry Co.
CTTSTOBY BY A TTJSTICE
Juan Estrada, charged with theft
of over $5U. has b?en reieaseu Jrom eus
tod- by justice MeCiintock. Estrada
-was arrested in connection with the
alleged taking of a tuba from a member
of a carnival company here.
1 Watch! Snyder Jewelrv Co-
A certain debating society is discussing
Jhe question as to which is the angrier,
he husband who goes home and finds
ihat th dinner is not ready, or the wife
rrho has dinner ready and whose husband
Joes not come home? It Is believed that
the debate will end in a draw. .
Bill Sikes (leaning over bed) Fork out
very cent you've got or Til
Hubby (half awake) Look here, Ma
ria, this is cominpr It too strong; didn't
! give you all I had "when I came home. '
QUALIFIED. ' !
Mother I am greatly surprised. Tom,'
o find that while you were away you
jecame engaged. I hope you have not
icted hastily. Has the young ladv of
rour choice the proper qualifications for n
joor man's wife?
Son Yes. indeed, mother. She's got
130.000 in her own right '
"She has a model husbaiv"
WILL HOLD OPEX 3IEETIXG
OP ASSOCIATIOX FRIDAV.
The Parent-Teachers association of
the Mesa school will meet Friday aft
ernoon at S fkVlnoTr Thia -n-tll Ya in
ueem lit to appoint one. This is in j open jineetlng for a general discussion
accordance with an opinion received j of the 'child conservation movement
by judge Eylar from attorney general j which has been started by the associa
Lightfoot, in which he construes the j tion.
ia.w governing tne appointment of au
ditors as automatic. The law provides
that auditors may be appointed in
counties having a population of 40,000
and containing a city of 25,000 at the
Judge " Walthall stated Wednesday
morning that he was disposed to leave
the appointment of a county auditor
to the discretion of the county com
missioners. J. A. Escajeda is slated
for the job, -which pays $200 per month.
Wait! Snyder Jewelry Co.
GIFT FROM MR. I1ERG.
Sol Berg has presented to the Scot-
tish Rite club a piece of' Swiss wood
carving which he secured while abroad
during the summer. The carving will
be hung in the club rooms of the Ma
Walt! Snyder Jewelry Co.
Wait! Snyder Jewelry Co..
Wait! Snyder Jewelry Co.
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Join the ranks of the men who are trviiiff to in
form the world that El Paso is alive and progressing!
Help to prove that El Paso may be old, but that she
4s neither dead or dying.
IT FOR EL FA
Five Hundred Members by January 1, 1911, is the
battle cry. ;
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AITD DIRECTORS:
S. Stewart Frank Powers C. H. LeaveH H. J. Simmonj
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta JL BIurnenhaI
J. F. Williams H. 31. Andreas J. U. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS LS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
DEVELOP AXD COXCEXTRATE PUBLIC SPIRIT..
Come to the El Paso 'Boosters' Meeting December 1,
1910, st S Oclock P. 31.
Hie man who questions: "What do I get out of the
Chamber of Commerce?" when asked to become a mem
ber or wants to resign, makes a mistake. His question
shonld be "What can I do to "nelp?" With 'that sort of
spirit the Chamber of Commerce can accomplish great
things. Every man who has the interest of El Paso at
heart should belo ng to the Chamber of Commerce, slrould
be active in the work; then If there are no results, te
fault is not his.
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
Cor. N. Oregon and Mills St
Sheldon Building -
SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
CAPITAL STOCK - - $100,000
R. M. TUENEE. Pres. F. P. JONES, V-Pres.
A. F. EEEE, Cashier. LEE H. CEEWS, Asst. Oash'r.
. HEX,RY 3IOUR
CUT RATE HARDWARE
309 S. El Pane St.
Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware. Tools.
addV: HamS" Out'erv Tent Ct'l Paint FJtc
COME TO THE SMOKER AT THE CHAMBER OP CO.MMERCEv -THURSDAY,
DECEMBER 1, 1910.
Build your home with brick of cooperation, have it stand upon a foundation
of unity, then El Paso will be made one of the strongest cities of progress In
The United States.
, EL PASO BRICIv COMPANY.
1 "What? 1910 or 10J