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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday Dee. 3, 1910.
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Ail Kinds of New
Things to Eat
All the best things' of the season for every meal
Our Source of Supply was never so great, or the
good things you get here so varied. Of course,
there is no question about the quality. Watson's
Groceries are famous for quality.
This corn is cooked by -the new Automatic process,
during which the cans turn continuously, bringing
the com to the heat instead of the heat to the corn.
This means that every grain is cooked the same,
which is not the case with the ordinary process be
cause the com nearest the tin is cooked too much
when that in the center is done. The contents of
every can are exactly the same white, perfect,
and delightfully flavored.
15c can; $1.50 per dozen.
The physician who recommends,
the patient who uses and the
chemist who analyzes
have established it as pre-eminently
the best in purity, in perfection
and In results.
No other preparation has stood
such severe tests, such world-wide
imitation and met with such popu
lar and professional endorsement
To the babe, the child and the
adult it gives pure blood, strength,
solid flesh and vitality.
Raymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and
"That College Boy"
Evening performance ... S : 15
Mat. Saturday 2:30
Evening prices 25c, 35c
Matinee prices 10c, 20c
Seats on sale, Rvan's Drug "Store.
Phone, Bell 60S-G29
Bills Change Thursday, Monday.
SIMPLE SERVICE IS
HELD FOR MRS. EDDY
The Body of Churchwoman
Put in Temporary Vault
at Mt. Auburn.
Boston, Mass., Dec. 8. After services,
which were attended by her family,
relatives of members of her household,
officials of the Christian Science church
and publishing- societies and her per
sonal students residing in Greater Bos
ton, the boSy of Mrs. Mary Baker G.
Eddy 'was placed today in the receiv
ing1 vault at Mount Auburn cemetery.
The funeral services at her Chestnut
Hill home were simple, about 1,20 per
sons being- present. The casket of
bronze containing: her body was closed.
I Mrs. Eddy's son, her grandchildren and
ner aaoptea son having- seen her race
Judge Clifford P. Smith, first reader
of the mother church, began the serv
ices by the reading- of a lesson sermon
composed of selections from the Bible
and a correlative passage from "Science
and Health," with a key to the scrip
tures. The casket was then carried
to the hearse and taken to Mount Au-
j burn. The honorary pallbearers were:
John JL,. Bates, Boston; Edward P.
Bates, Syracuse, X. Y.; Arthur Bris
bane, New York-; jud?e Charles R. Corn
ing, Concord, X. H.: Frederick Dixon,
London; Samuel J. Elder, Boston;
mayor Charles E. Hatfield, Xewton,
Mass.; William B. Johnson, Boston; Al
bert Metcalf, Boston, and Gen. Frank S.
Streeter, Concord, X. H.
Xo services were held at the receiving;
vault other tlian to read the 23rd psalm,
which was read by judge Smith, and
the last verse in Jude. The casket then
was taken within by the pallbearers,
the vault sealed and there a guard will
be maintained until the mausoleum has
been built on the plot chosen for the
final resting; place of the bodv of Mrs.
Women's and Misses'
$25.00 Winter Coats
Friday there will be a sale of the utmost im
portance to those interested in Winter Coats.
A large express shipment of smart new coats, which
AVere bought by our New York City representative for
less than cost of making, reached us yesterday, and to
morrow they go on sale at a saving to you of $10.00 each.
' There are a dozen different styles! The-se are Full Length Coats of fine
chiffon broadcloth, prunella cloth and serge, magnificently
ON OUR -75c
jWe use HOT WATER to CLEANSE
with at qur fountain.
graceful lines. They come in black, smoke, reseda, myrtle green, cardinal,
and nay. Also tan covert cloth and grey mixtures. They are lined
throughout with guaranteed satin and .are made semi -fitted fer misses'
figures, and 3-4, 7-S and close fitting for women.
The charm of these coats lies in the .fineness of the mater
ials, and the exquisite tailoring, frnisji and fit. A few have
touches of velvet on collars and cuffs, but plain, simple
elegance is the keynote of most.
Women's sizes. 34 to 42 inches. Alisses' sizes. 14 to 20 years. .
EL PASO T.RU2 FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired ana Exchanged. 196C
We store goGds. Opp. Poatcifice, across Plaza
WE HEPAIR EVERYTHING.
Kev and Lock Work. Guns, Pistols, Urn brellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York. 993 .
Miles. In 35 hours.
EL, PASO REPAIR SHOP. 20S' North Stanton Street. Phone Bell 138.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
LU M 8
BURTOff-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
FOR TENTS AND OASVfP SUPPLIES
Before buying get our prices. "We can save you money. We are manufac
turers. el PASO TEST AND AWXESG C03IP.UY,
-,-. ni.nn. 312 S. El Paso St.
BOS & 629
A. . RYAN & CO.
OPKT ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
CARR DRUG CO.
202 Tasfcs St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
(EL PASO SHOULD
Texan Believes "We Pay Too
Little Attention to Best
- of the State, n
TV. C. Barrickman. field ajrent for the
Texas Commercial Secretaries' associa
tion, is in the city conferring with the
El Paso chamber of commerce pfficiala
with a view to securing their coopera
tion in the work of the association.
"The association is workinsr for a
state mineral survey, for a suitable
mining law 'and for the repeal or at
least partial repeal of the notorious J
'I. & G. X. law,' in all of which, we f
think, El Paso ought to be interested,'- '
he said. "During the sessions of the
legislature we will maintain a bureau ,
at Austin that will keep the people
informed of the work the legislature is '
doing. We are also working for a uni- '
iorm good roads movement in Texas.
"El Paso ought to join more of these
state movements. El Paso scarcely
ever has any delegates at any of the
various state conventions held in Tex
as. The people of Texas are interested
in El Paso: they are not neglecting El
Paso, as some El Pasoans think, and it
would be to the interest of the people
of this city if they would join more
of the state movements and get better
acquained with the people in other sec
tions of Texas."
GET YOt'R. RED CROSS
Each Jay adds to the popularity of the
Calislier Annex Santa CJaus Headquarters.
The endless assortments of dolls and toys
hold? a fascination alike for the older arM
Santa Claus has another surprise in store
for the little folks next Saturday. Keep
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Win be p rigtt away."
116 to 120 San Francisco St.
Bell 1 Auto "1D01
BAGGAGE and MOVING t
"We're there in just a minute." Storage ana Packing b7 careful men at right price.'
BELL 1054. ' ODOK'S TRANSFER. AUTO-1966
CASH OR CRCDIT
A. XiITTIiE 3IONEY goes a long wa ys here.
H. L. STEWART FURXITURE CO.
d&'ZtS Sont StaHtoH. Bell G32j Aiito. 2108
ACEUS5 FOR THE EASY RTJXX ING WHITE SEWIXG 3IACHIXE.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
409 South Santa Fe St.
Bell Phone 1403. Auto. Phone 1405.
I "will teach you.
M. J. Ely's
102 N. Campbell St
El Paso, Tex.
T. O. Box 757.
I icenscd Operator.
PLAN TO BRING THE
Conservation Platform to Be
Suitable for Itoth Federal
and State Advocates.
Washington, D. C, Bee. S. A plan is
being- considered by the national con
servation commission, of which Gifford
Pinchot is president, to bring- together
the advocates of federal reg-ulation of
water power sites and those who stand
for state control, according- to an an
nouncement made today by the execu
tive committee of the association.
The object of the plan, which was
drafted by Phillip Wells, formerly law"
officer of the forest service, is to af
ford a "water power platform on which
both sides of the water power contro
versy may unite to protect public inter
est, and at the same time encourage
the development of many million horse
power now going- to waste in mountain
streams cf the far west and the greAt
rivers of the central and eastern parts
of the country."
These Prices oi
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats
35.00 Suits and Overcoats
32.50 Suits and Overcoats
at ..-- :.. .$24.75
30.00 Suits and Overcoats
at I $22.75
28.50 Suits and Overcoats -
27.50 Suits and Overcoats
at $20.75 .
25.00 Suits and Overcoats '
22.50 Suits and Overcoats
20.00 Suits and Overcoats
18.50 Suits and Overcoats
16.50 and $15.00 Suits and
Overcoats at $11.75
PL.AXS DRA1VX FOR. 3IEXICAX
FARM SCHOOIj IX YUCATAX
Mexico City, D. F., Dec. 6. The
first agricultural school to be estab
lished in the southern part of the re
public will be erected In Yucatan. It
will be known as the Lorenzo Ancoiia
Castillo school, and plans have already
bpen mfiflf for Mia hunrHnn?
L Vice president Ramon Corral ha3
gone to Tehuacan for the benefit of
his health. He, will be away several
ALVAREZ IS TO SUCCEED
GA3IBOA AS Sl'BSECRETARY
Mexico City, D. F, Dec. 8. Since
Federico Gamboa has been appointed
special envoy to the court of Spain,
VIctorniauo Salado Alvarez is said to
be slated to succeed Gamboa as subsec
retary of foreign relations. Alvarez
has acted in this position before, and
also occupied the position of first sec
retary of the Mexican embassy in
'EI Paso's Christmas Store.":
Kelly & Pollard Sell a Pre
scription That Means
Viger, Vim, Vitality.
Because MI-O-NA causes the blood to
get better and more nourishment it is
at all times a valuable tonic. It puts
vigor Into the muscles, clears up the
improperly nourished brain and makes
strong nerves that will stand the se
Men who feel that their vitality 'is
slipping away; that the vim and energy
that they formerly put Into all their
work is lacking; that ambitious im
pulses and clever ideas do not come as
they used to are the kind of men that
Besides being- a peerless remedy for
indigestion .I-O-NA is a most pro
If you have that blue, discontented
feeling through the day arid pass rest
less nights, trying unsuccessfully to
get a refreshing sleep, take -a month's
treatment of MI-O-NA stomach tablets,
and bring the sunshine into your life.
MI-O-NA cvosts but 50 cents at Kelly
& Pollard's and druggists everywhere.
Guaranteed to cure, indlcrestioit and !m-
J mediately relieve all sjtomacn misery,
1 or money b'ack. . V' i -.
teaaers oi The iieraia-should bear in
mind that nothing will set the" stomach
right so quickly as MI-O-NA. tablets.
Take two after a hearty meal, and you
need have no fear of stomach distress.
A free trial treatment of MTO-NA
-tomach tablets will be sent to any
-uMress free 3h request, address Booth'
Ml-o-na, Buffalo, N. Y
75c Christmas Slipper Sale 5c
The truth is we bought too many $1.25 Felt Slippers
for the kind of weather we are having.
It is not our fault, it is not
vour fault, it is the fault
of the weather man and
we blame him entirely.
But we .have to get rid of
our Slippers and therefore
following the usual cus
tom of The Guarantee, we
propose to give our cus
tomers the benefit of it
right when they need
All our $1.25 Low Opera Pelt Slippers, in. black,
Christmas Sale Price -.. . . . .75 Gents
,U1 our $1.25 Fur Felt Slippers, in -black, wine and
gray ! ". . . .75- Cents
GREATEP L PASO9 5 '
GREATEST SHOE STORE
ITALIAN HELD ON A
Shreveport, La., Dec. 8. The arrest of
Frank Dispenza, an Italian waiter, who
confesses to writing a "black hand"
letter to the wealthy Defatti Bros., de
manding $1000 under threat of death,. is
the latest development in the case
which stirred Italian circles here yes
terday. Dispenza declares Peter Lithis
is, a Greek, who delivered the dummy
package and who is under arrest,
forced him to write the letter.
Mrs. Belle Foote is convalescent at
her residence, 1717 Montana street.
DOU&LAS TO SPEND.
$85,000 ON WATEE
Douglas, Ariz., Dec- S'.At a. speH
cial session of the city council ?So,00(
was appropriated for the improvement
of the waterworks.
Following the finding of the body of
Doc Rlnehart near Pirtleville; L.
Bonebrake and "Walter Griponwere
arrested 3'esterday. It was at first
supposed that Rlnehart had committed
suicide by hitting himself over the
head and jumping into a well.
Cochise Aerie 951, the Douglas lodge
of Eagles, have elected N the following
officers: President, John C. McGarty;
vice president, Francis M. Ames: chap
lain. C. LeRoy Miller; iecretary, A.
Goldthorp; treasurer, TV. De H. Wash
ington; inner guard, John H. Rodell;
outer guard, Granville G. Orrlson; phy
sician. Dr. L. B. Robinson: trustees,
Thomas Simmons, George Wilco and
The Christmas Shoe Store
WIFE MURDERER ESCAPES
AXD IS RECAPTURED.
Corsicana, Texas, Dec. S. Sheriff
Claj'ton today received a message that
Ben Myatt, a prisoner who escaped jail
here in company with others, had been
recaptured at , Singer. La. Governor
Campbell has offered a reward of 250
for the capture of Myatt, who is under
sentence of death for the murder" of his
"You are as well as your stomach."
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I CUT RATE HARDWARE I ItflMlFWMfil I
I Guns. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware. Tools, all Si 3ilfcTlIBP, I I1U1 . 1 1 ILK. I I
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pleasure in putting it in.
Tuiile Paint Glass Co.
BELL PHONE 206; AUTO PHONE 1206.
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Sporting Goods, Grims, Ammuni
tion, Saddlery, Cutlery, Golf Goods,
Carving Sets, Skates, Parlor Games,
Athletic Equipment, Pennants, etc.
See us before buying.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
X8, WANT A JOB?
"We have more calls for oSce help than we can
supply. Your hands earn from 50 cents to SLoO a
day. Your head, when properly trained, can earn
from $5 to $20 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your
bead qualify you for the $5 to S20-a-day class
and find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or phone DBAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
El Pas. Texas, 107 Soath El Faso St. Pnone 1481.
11 ana 12
rw aMia-rm.i,Tll. -,.f
Prices Lower Floor, $1.50 ana $1.00; 1 IIC iUd.il 111 LliC flOUi
Balcony, $1.00. Matinee, Lower Floor,
$1.00; Balcony, 75c, 50c.
By George Broaolhurst. The Play That
Has Maae All America Talk.
THE LITTLE MINISTER
A Play Never To Be Forgotten.
25 ana 35 cents.
Until Thursaay, MUSICAL COMEDY,
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