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EL PASO HERALD
Fridar, December 9, 1910.
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Sunset Company Not Repre
sented, But Old Timers
All There. '
New officers were elected by the JEl
Paso volunteer ilre deDartment at its J
annual meeting and banquet in the hall
at the Central fire station Thursday j
night. Ed. Kneezell was elected presi-
dent; Stanley Bevan, T. W. Reckhart, i
TST. N. Small, G. H- Trost, C. M. Newman
and W. E. Lowe, vice presidents; Dave
Sullivan, first assistant chief, and Fred
Kiefer, second . assistant ' chief; Zell j
Helm, secretary; T. J. Holland, treas-
Speeches "were made by a number.
Ztfayor C E. Kelly said; "I:have always
been after big things, and in 1892 1
Joined the fire department, which at
that tme was the biggest thing in El J
Paso, i always naner aiier Dig men
and the honest bootblack is as big to
xne as the millionaire. The fire depart
ment has had as much to do in building
up El Paso -a has anything else, con
seauently it is one of the big things.
"We must all work together and keep j
boosting El Paso." ,
unij surviving urKanncr.
JOUI1 .Dliun. aaivi iuai uc - vj& w .
tne org&njzers oi me iire ueparuueui
and believed himself theonly one now
livlnsr in El Paso, there' Having been
IS or 22 at the first meeting, held on j
the balcony of the old Grand Central
hotel, where The Herald building now
D. W. Reckhart, C. C. Kiefer, judge
Peyton F.,Edwards, J. J. Connors, "Wm.
McCoy, Stanley Bevan, John Collins,
W. S. Clayton and AL Howard all made
short talks in praise of the volunteer
Alderman Sam Blumenthal said that
he would recommend to the city coun
cil that it purchase a picture of the
lat mayor "W. T1. Robinson and suggest
that ft be placed on the walls of the
firemen's hall if they promised to take
good care of it. They promised.
AH Kept Out of Jail.
Tim Lyon brought forth a laugh
when he said: "Nobody ever heard me
make a speech, but I believe I can
safely say that not a member of the
volunteer fire department has been in
the county jail during the past six
months." He didn't add that none of
them had been' on the jury either.
Tpasts were drank to the retiring of
ficers, to -"fcheTroayor and city council,
fire chief W.. TF, Armstrong, John Col
lins and, absent Jmembecs?
It was nearly 10 o'clock and a feeling
of unrest 'was -noticed among the as
sembled guests, for E. E. Koglmeier,
who had never before missed a fire
or a banquet, had seemingly not ar
rived, but finally be was discovered in
a corner rioting in sandwiches and
other refreshments. No fire meeting
was ever complete without a speech
from Koglmeier, so he was called upon
and said; "It Is -a little surprise forme;
Get One of These
Saturday Only 25c .,
I Our special Saturday will be a fine, delicious banana
shortcake that never sells tor less tnan rfo cents, ouz
in order to give everyone an opportunity to learn
what a splendid shortcake this is we offer them
Send your order early as the number of these cakes
will be limited.
Auto 1310. 210 E. Overland. Bell 310
22 sbs.Bsst Gran
ulated SugaVT for"
If purchased with $5 worth of
other Groceries or Frsh Meats
7 lbs. Onions'
12 lbs. Best. White
Potatoes for' .-?&. .
3 lbs. Prunes niee-$ize.
pernio a... -.i
I made moreroom and had another
table erected when the Mr. Toastmaster
called me' from the corner. Everybody
looks happy, but I was a little late; I
was trying: to serve two masters, but
that is sometimes the trouble. I go to
a fire and because I am serving- the
two masters I am too late and the fire
is out '
"We are still at the movement to
have people say we have a full paid
fire department. Well, if we have a
full paid department, we need, more
men. and who is the more men? "Why,.
the volunteers. Lots of the taxpayers
are small and the volunteer fire de
partment earns it to the city low
taxes fotf th esraall property owners.
As for myself personal so long: as I
live you can't drive me out from the
fire lines, because I will switch under
"I like to hear the oia iellows be
talking about the fire department, we
always need the volunteer fire depart
ment and we will stay with you so long
as we live, and then when we are dead
we can't help ourselves."
John Collins, who became' a bride
groom but two weeks ago, was the re
cipient of a cut? glass water set pre
sented by the volunteer department.
judse Peyton F. Edwards making the
Following this there were several !
vaudeville turns "by actors from trie lo- I
There was plenty to eat Opossum and
sandwiches and trimmin's and a good
ly supply of liquid refreshments.
Many Present. -
Those present were: C. E.iKellyW. I
S. Clayton,. -Sam BlumenthaL "Dr. Frank
Lynch, J. R. Segall, Stanley Bevan, C
C. Kiefer, Fred Kiefer, Orvall Jones,
J. B. Blnkley,0. A. Danielson, Dr. G. H.
Higgins, Maurice Schwartz, C. W. Bretz,
David Andrews. C J. Maple, J. S. W.
Doupe, J. J. O'Rourke, Haymon Krupp,
James Marr, W. T. Hixson, P. J. Ed
wards, C. M. Newman, "W. H. Austin,
D. W. Reckhart, Ed. Kneezell. C. W.
Fassett, Zell Helm, H. G. Van Haselen,
"Wm. McCoy, D. Salas, John Brink, Joe
Peyton, Sam Robinson, Al. Howard,
Dave Sullivan. W. M. Grant, .Ben Lev',
fire chief W. "W. Armstrong and all the
members of the paid department.
Not one of the Sunset volunteer fire
company was present.
CHANGE OF VEIVUE IS
GRANTED IN PECOS CASE
Pecos, Texas Dec. 9. District judge
Isaacks today gil-nted la change of
vanue to Paul Holmes, charged with
the shooting and killing of Knox Crow
and wounding Crow's father awhile the
elder Crow was reading the marriage
service to unite his daughter, Dors&y
Crsw, to Holmes.
The trial is set at Barnstow, six miles
from here. December 13.
"WOMEN GIVEN IVID ARE-" ' . .
CLEANING THE COURTHOUSE.
1 "Women who have been helped by the
Woman's Charity association and the
county were set to work-Friday morn
ing cleaning the courthouse The coun
ty and the Charity association now re
quire all women who are able to work
to do so before they will be given
orders for groceries.
WE CLOTHE THE FAMILY
Come to the
K B B t 1
Our entire stock &f men's and Women's
and children's clothing, hats and shoes
goes into this sale at prices exactly one
third less than regular.
You do not have to pay cash. You mayJ
choose anything you want and have it
Up-to-date styles, guar
anteed qualities, and
splendid Christmas savings
ii i i
Read These Bargain Prices
$18 Suits.. $12.00
$24 Suits.. 16.00
$30 Suits.. 20.00
$3 Waists. 2.00
$6 Waists. 4.00
$15 Coats. 10.00
$20 Goats. 13.50
Men's $18 Suits. . .,. .$12.00
Men's $24 Suits...... 16.00
Men's $27 Suits 18.00
Men's $16 Overcoats 10.50
Men's $22 Overcoats 11.50
Men's $28 Overcoats 18.50
Men's $3 Hats.;..... '2.00
per Id. ..."-
7 lbs. broken head rice
for ..."L- --
2 cans Standard Toma
toes (not- second),
3 cans Standard Corn
Salad Dressing for
brothers Mixed Cookies,
legular price 25c ; per lb
Big Pkg. Gold Dust
3 Big Pkgs. Grandma's
Borax Powder for
10 lbs. Washing Soda,
5 lbs. Best Loosp Starch
5 gallons best Gasoline OP0
5 gallons best Coal Oil OA-
6 lbs. New Grits,
ft IKc Poarl ATW1
fnr ' DC
Fancy Xew Mackerel, 2 j
T-Bone or Porterhouse l
- Steak, per pound A
Loin Steak, E .
TV'f nnilTlfl . J J
Prime Rib Roast,
. Veal Chops or Steak,
Chuck Roast or Steak,
OEM GRQQERY m HET HflRKT
Cor. Wyoming and Campbell.
TiOd. SOURNESS. DYSPEP!
ALL STOMACH MISERY GOES.
A little Diapepsin will make I
yon feel fine in f h e
There would -not be a case-ol in5i
grestion here if readers -who are sub
ject to Stomach trouble knew the
tremendout anti-ferment and digestive
rirtue contained in D:apepsln. This
harmless preparation -will digest a
heavy .meal without tne slightest fuss
Qr discomfort, and relieve the scursst,
acid stomach in five minutes, besides
overcoming all foul, Nauseous odors
from the breath.
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula, plainly pr'ited on each
50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin, then
you will readily understand why this
promptly cures Indigestion and re
moves such symptoms as Heartburn,
a. feeling like a lump of lead in the
stomach, Belching of Gas and Eructa
tions of undigested food, water bra3h,
Nausea, Headache. Biliousness and
many other bad symptoms; and, be
sides, you will not need laxatives to
keep your stomach, liver and Intes
tines clean and fres'n.
If your Stomach is sour and f full of
gas. or your food doesn't digest, and
your meals don't seem to fit, why not
get a 50-cent case from your druggist
and make life worth living? Absolute
relief from Stomach misery and per
fect digestion of anything you eat is
sure to follow five minutes after, anJ.
besides, one case Is sufficient to cure
a whole family or such trouble.
Surely, , a harmless, inexpensive
preparation like Diapepsin, which will
always, either at daytime or during
night, relieve your stomach misery
and digest your meals, is about as
handy and valuable a thing as you
could have in the house.
Make this market yonr
headquarters for meats,
poultry and provisions of
all kinds and yon. will find
you can reduce your ex
penses and at the same
time get the best meats.
Specials for Saturday
per pound . . .
5 lb. pail home
rendered lard .
C 3 pounds for
q r Chuck steak,
&a C per pound - Iwv
Prime rib roast
per pound t . . -
Fine Fresh Home Dressed Hens
H. G. SCHNEIDER
"THE PIONEER MARKET OF EL PASO"
Bel! 14 and 893 107 S. El Paso Auto 1014
This Genuine Rogers
Orange Spoon FREE!
SHERIFF REMOVES .
POSTS SECOND TIME
Alpine Preparing for jMining
Congress and Expects
Alpine, Tex.. Dec. S. Sheriff Wal
ton, acting und.er instructions from the
commissioner's court, has -for the sec
ond time removed the posts set up
along Railroad avenue by the Galves
ton. Harrisburg & San Antonio rail
way as rightofway markers. He has
orders to remove them as often as taey
are placed by the company.
Committees are .active today com
pleting arrangements for the proceed
ings of the Mining congress to cffn:.
-lene here tomorrow, and for' the enter
tainment of the many visitors, ex
pected. The countv commissioners have pre
sented to the Methodist and Baptist
churches the -fliscarded benches for
merly used in file district courtroom.
Alpine lodge HNb. 423, Knights iof
Pythias, elected' the following officers:
G- TV Martin, C. C: TT. B. Phelps,
V C C. W. Livingston, chaplain;
Paul Vogt, M. TV.; S. H. McCullough.
M A.; James A. Burke K. of K. and
S.; John Weyerts. I- G.; TV. H. Lease.
O G.; Jim P. Wilson, trustee; A. B.
Burton. M. of F., SE. L. Gerhardt, M,
of E. ' -
Alpine camp, TV. O. TV., elected the
following officers: Walter Garnett, C.
C; J. L. Crawford, A. L.; L. N. Hal
bert clerk; Ja"mes A. Burke, banker;
Dave Patton, W.; Jim Beau, escort,
Ben Sowell and A. S. Justice , man
agers; Dr. J- A. Hardy and Dr. J. S.
Instalatlon will be held in January,
when a banquet will be enjoyed.
USES BARLOW TO
SLASH HIS THROAT
Traiingharfl's Condition Ser
ious Is Looked After
ENTER A PROTEST
AGAINST BIG GRANT
A- Forrner El Paso" Minister
Leads in More Against
Albuquerque, , N. z JjecL- y. Repre
sentatives off the local JProtestant
I churches have entered a protest agairst
congress granting 300,000 acres of Ian
to the Catholic archbishop at Santa T3
for the establishment 3f an industrial
school. The neetiu c is presuli oer
by Rev. C. O. Beclcn in of tho Metho
dist church, formerly of .-:i Paso, and
a committee ,appoin2d to draw jp a
resolution of.' protest to be, forwarded
Save 12 "Red Ball" Ofanje (or.
ixsaon; wrappers and send them
to us, with 12c to pay charges, etc..
ana we will presen t yon with a gen
uine Kogers Oranjre Spoon of
Deaamm design and highest qtial
lty. Begin saving wrappers to
day. Send 12 Red Ball" wrap-.
pers and 12c for each addition
spoon required. Send one-cent
stamps when the amount is
less than 24c; on amounts
above 4c we prcier money
order, express order or
banc drart. (Don't tend
cash.) We will be glad to
send you complete list of
valuable premiums. We
honor both Sunkist
ana Red Ball" wrap- ,
pers tor premiums.
orange is the most
luscioas and healthful
fruit. California excels in
ity of oranges. Cal
ifornia s choice oran
ges are now packed
in individual wrap-.
oers labeled Red
J? iv& thousand
orange farmers in Cali
fornia do their own pack-
shipping and selling.
They gradeand select their crop
firsts," seconds," etc.
The firsts are fancy, tree-ripened,
hand-picked, seedless oranges every individual
orange a choice specimen of the finest variety
of oranges. They are not only more health
ful and more palatable than other oranges, but they
are actually cheaper, for they are nearly all meat and
I Your dealer sells "Red Ball" Oranges.
them. Yon will know them by the tissue
paper wrapper in which each Red Ball"
Orange is packed, un tne wrapper.
note the label, 'Red Ball." Keep all
thfc wrappers. They are worth money.
Best California Lemons!
tome in "Red Ball" Wrappers'
- - 3 1AM.AM. . 111. f '.Iflf flttc" VlOTT lil
they wear"Red Ball" wrappers they are juicy and
, lUi. UiGjr uc uufc mv- ! ww. y j
:alifornia FRUIT GROWERS' exchange
34 Clark Street, CHICAGO, ILL.
IXSTALL, XEW MACHINERY
IX PECOS LIGHT PLAXT
Pecos, Tex., Dec 9. New machinery
for enlarging the Pecos Light and Ice
company's plant is here and is being
installed. It includes a 22,000 gallon
' fuel oil tank and six distilling drums
with a combined capacity of 25,000 gal-
Ions. Other new parts are arriving al
Ijnost daily and when all are in and in
! 'stalled, this city will have one of the
best plants between Fort Worth and
Clarence E. Overman, who for some
'jronths past has been connected with
-the-Pecos Valley Southern railway as
I bridge foreman, has resigned his posi
tion to take a similar position with
the line in Mexico, at Nancho, territory
Open Every Night Until Christmas
216 SOUTH EL PASO STREET
Dalhart, Tex., Dec. 9. Homer Wil
lingham. who, it is said attempted to
kill himself here on December 7, by
severing his windpipe with' a baro'v
knife, is in a precarious condition, and
is being taken care pf by friends. His
action, it is said, was the result of a
temporarily unbalanced mind. He
came htjre from Amarillo, where he
had been Ipr the past few weeks, and
had not drank a drop since his arivxl
at Dalhart. The young man has a host
oi friends among the oldtmi-j cowmen
of the Panhandle wno regret his con
dition and will do everything to pro
mote his recovery.
The poor farm and deep well propo
sition is being pushed .is mp'dly aa
possible by the county commibsioiiers".
A selection of the ground will be made
Monday and then the drilling of he
well begin. A ?20,000 contract for some
firstclass drilling outfit will be one!
of the fifs steps to be considered.
Mrs. William Jarrett, who has been
ill with pneumonia for several weeks,
and on the. Toad to recovery, has had a
relapse an.d Is very low with slight
chance .for er recovery.
Judge.I. B Hill, of- the 69th jud'eal
district,, is spending his "vacation with
his. family .inalhart- At the recent
state election judge Hill's election was
The TJalhart hotel, the first hostelry
of-Dalhart, has been sold to W. V-
Smffli "who will Tnrv thn hiillriin'- tn
, .. .....-,
his Jots on Denrock avenue to make
room for the erection of a $40,000 con
crete building for the First National
bank of Dalhart- '
FT. DAVIS FRIENDS GET NEWS
OF MRS. W. KEESEY'S DEATH
Fort Davis, Texas, Dec. 9. News has
been received here of the death at
Wellsburg of Mrs. W. Keesey, of Ft.
Davis. Mrs. Keesey's health has been
bad for several years and she was pre
paring to enter a sanitarium in Ohio
when death came. Mrs. Keesey had
lived in. Ft. Davis for 20 years, was a
member of the Presbyterian church and
past president of the Catherine Rebekah
TEXANS WANT THE
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. i9- Tho
United States circuit court for the east j
district of Pennsylvania decided that
there is no general conspiracy
among the anthracite coal carrying
roads or coal companies to restrain
commerce, to monopolize the. trade or
to maintain certain prices, but it did
decide that the Temple Iron company
Is a combination of anthracite coal
carrying railroads in violation of the
Sherman an tl-trust law.
The court granted the prayer of the
government for an injunction restrain
ing that corporation from continuing
violations of the act. The sum and
substance is that the government wins
only one of several points, that in the
Temple Iron company case and that
the defendants will not be compelled
to change the present prices of coal.
TWO MEXICAN COINS
WILL GO INTO DISUSE
In conformity with the federal decree
of May 4, 1910, the banks are notifying
the public that after January 1, 1911.
th hanks will not receive the big Mex
ican cent and the small silver five cent
' pieces as legal tender. On December
J 31 of the present year the national
j bank will cnange these coins for the
n&i&ii mill u I
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. It's nature's purest --food
drink. It's a health food.
Many families use three to five
quarts per day.
EL PASO DAIRY. CO.
Phoaes: Bell 348s Ante. 1159.
Office 313 N. OresoB.
The Watch for HustHng
TO EXAMINE M.ILIO COWS.
Major Schofield, of the .bureau of
animal industry, left j,Thursday morn
ing for Arizona. He will spend a week
or two in the territory,, examining all
mlUi cows a't the", government indian
The G. M. Wheeler Model Elgin
keeps railroad time, stands hard knocks
and rough weather, and lasts a lifetime.
If it says the train is due in so many
minutes, you can be dead sure it's right.
You know that a minute may mean
a make or a miss. Catching trains is
too important to risk to an unfaithful
watch. This timekeeper gives you
absolute certainty at a medium price.
G. M. WHEELER MODEL .
These are some of its vital parts 17 Jewels, protecting all pivots from
wear ; Compensating Balance, which automatically adjusts to changes of
temperature; Micrometric Regulator, which cannot be accidentally moved;
"Strong mainspring, rigid construction and handsome case. Cased and timed
at the factory. Take a few minutes to-day, and go examine this famous
timepiece at the nearest jeweler's. He will be glad to explain every part.
The Movement alone coats $17.
In Filled Gold Cases, $S0 and up. In Solid Gold Cases. S50 and up.
Every man and woman ought to own an Elgin Watch. There are many
models, priced according to case and works, all fully guaranteed. They're
sold by jewelers everywhere.
ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO.. ELGIN, ILLINOIS
DR. A. T. STILL OSTEOPATHIC
The founder of Osteopathy, Pres. Amod
can School of Osteopathy. Dr. Ira "W".
Collins. Physician in Chief, Pres. Na
tional (Osteopathic Association; Dr.
Amelia Burk, Consulting Physician; Dr.
Grace Parker, Dr Paul Collins, and staff
operators, all graduates of Dr. A. T.
Still's Osteopathic School, Ejrksville.
Mb. Lina D. Collins, secretary and treas
urer; 201- W. Missouri St., Ei Paso, Tex.
I When you buy feed or flour here, you an
getting thd best you can secure for the
same as you would pay eisewnere ioi
inferior grades. We have a large supply
and cair fill your wants whether large
or small and you'll, be hard to please il
we cannot please you. We are alsc
headquarters for Seeds. Mail orders giv
en prompt attention.
0. G. Seeton & Son
Third and Chihuahua Sts.