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EL PASO HERALD
4 Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1910.
Santa Glaus Says "Give Furniture and Save a Dollar with This Coupon
The New Year
Is Just Around
FREE COUPON! Bring This Coupon With You Tomorrow
It is -worth $1 (One Dollar) on any Ten Dollar ($10) or more purchase
made in our store if presented when purchase is made for cash or a charge
account. Cut it out and bring it -with you it's as good as a Dollar Bill
if you buy your gift furniture at Springer's. JEferald, Dee. 14.
' The Adv
Open Every 0iSf
'Til Xmas j pWJPEJl WlL
fiB RHHi iflHE f'PH i H
A 5-acre-Iionie tract in Yalley Gate Sub-Division, just 6 miles below EJ
Paso, facing on the County Read, offers the very best possible investment for
The suburban-homes of the future are going to be down the valley. A Yalley
Grate home tract now costs 'no more than a congested city lot.
Yalley Grate home tracts are, approximately, 150 feet wide and 1500 feet deep.
There is plenty of water, and the soil is adapted to growing anything.
It is the purpose of the owner to make Yalley Gate a strictly high class
residence section, no road houses or anything of a similar nature will be'permit
ted; in fact, it is just the place for a HOME. The number of these tracts is lim
ited investigate at once. , j
A Valley Gate Home Tract Costs $350.00 an Acre.
1-3 Down, Balance on Easy Payments, i
Robt. L. Dorbandt
Owner, Room 10 Stevens Building
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FRED. WAKDE C03CING
BACK TO Eli PASO.
Mr. Shaw, "Who ias annually heralded
the coming or some popular theatrical
attraction. Is here in advance of Fred
erick Warde, whose coming- he an
nounces for next Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. Shaw states that "Julius Caesar"
has been .selected -with a view to sap
plying him with the best possible me
dium In displaying his talents, ilr.
Warde's coming- will undoubtedly prove
to be a society, as well as a theatrical!
event of importance.
Five years ago Mr. "Warde spent his
Christmas week In El Paso and made
many friends while here.
HUMANE SOCIETY GIVES
PRIZE FOR HORSE SHOW
tWw Jk-ss a meetimr of the Humane i
society at the chamber of commerce v
Tuesday evening, at which it was de-!
cided to oiler a prize or $jlu lor -cne j
horse show to be given at W&shington
park Deen&er 26.
It was reported that the musical
pren at xhe El Pao theater several
weeks ago netted. 166".
3Irs. T. A. Bray, who represented the
local society at the meeting of the In
ternational society in Washington, D. C,
also made A report.
Frequently, castings and other sample
articles are received, at the local post
office but the tags have been lost from
them and they axe held by the assistant
postmaster. If -persons ordering these
articles fail to receive them they may
often find t&em. at the postoffiee.
DIBS DT-XEMFHIS HOSPITAL.
McTCinney, Texas, Dec 14. Fred D.
Heard, manag-er of the MoKinney com
press aad one of the most prominent
citizens here, died suddeniv of. pneu
rooaia tfiTis morning in a sanatorium at
Memphis, Tenn. He leaves a wife end
two children. j
WOMAX SBRIOTJSIiT RURXED.
Emory, Texas, Iec-. 14. Mrs. R, i.
Nugent was seriously and perhaps fa- j
tauy Duraea tais morning- at her home,
four miles south of here, when her dress
catss-nt from sparks as- she was kindling
a. fire in an -open fire place. Her hus
band1 wag burned on the hands, arms
and face in tearing off her clothing.
HEAVY FLOODS IN
Many Towns Are Inundated
and Great Damage Has j
Home, Italy, Dec. 14. Heavy rainfall
continued today and the floods in
northern Italy are becoming more ser
ious hourly. The Tiber river is 21
feet above the normal level.
So serious have the floods become,
particularly in the northern part of
Italy that the king has expressed his
intention: to visit the inundated dis
tricts and thereby give encouragement
to the inhabitants. Grave damage is
reported from all quarters.
' Many villages are practically isolated
and provisions are being carried to- toe
people by boats. Hundreds of soldiers
and private citizens are engaged inthe
work of aiding the sufferers. ..
A portion- of the city of Ieghorn is
under water and serious damage has
been done to the railway station. Res
idents in certain districts, are obliged
to us-e ladders to enter their houses. In
other districts firemen have been called
upon tojrescue the occupants' of buildings.
FIRE CAUSES INSURRECTO
SCARE IX C. P. DIAZ.
Eagle Pass, Texas, Dec. 14. Believ
ing that revolutionists' had attacked
the city, citizens at C. P. Diaz last night
failed to respond to a fusillade of six
shooters, fired to obtain help in extin
guishing a serious fire at -the customs
CapL Shafter and four guards fought
the blaze with buckets and saved the
buildings and adjoining houses. There
was a million dollars worth of freight
in the customs house.
Importation of cattle
'AGAIN" ON INCREASE
Oattle imports are again .making new 1
records. Wednesday morning John T.
Cameron imported 54 cars of cattle from
Casas Grandes, and. aspects 12 more from
Ojo Caliente on the Mexican Xational
line in the afternoon. He will receive 19
other cars over the Mexican Xational
line "Wednesday nte-ht and 21 cars over
the Xorth Western Thursday morning, !
jwhile J. H. Nations will receive five cars J
Thursday morning ,over this line. 1
TWO LODGES OF MODERN
BROTHERHOOD ELECT OFFICERS
El Paso lodge Xo. 2177, Modern
Brotherhood of America, at its regular
annual election of officers, elected the
following for the ensuing term: Presi
dent, ' Thomas E. Worsham- vice presi
dent, W. H. Cain; secretary, W. R.
Stevens; treasurer, Mrs. Cora Amis
chaplain. Mrs. F. I. Farris; conductor,
A. G. Farris -watchman, J: "W. Caldwell;
sentry, C. C. Heid; lodge physicians, Dr.
1. X Bush. Dr. Geo. Brunner. Dn H. F.
Arrangements axe under way for pub
lic instalation of the officers the first
Monday night in January, at the Red
Harmony lodge Xo. 2648. Modern
"Brotherhood of America, elected,, the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing term:
President, S. L. Hughes; vice president,
Mrs. Lena '51. Hughes; secretarytreas
urer, W. EC Carberry; chaplain, Mrs.
Delia Willrich; conductor, AHss Laura
Davis: watchman, A. Kobell; sentry, L.
H. Richj lodge phvsician, Dr. Al L
Public instalation of officers will be
held, in East El Paso the first Friday
night in January.
There will be an initiation at the reg
ular meeting of the 'Eastern Star
Thursday night, after which there will
be a banquet.
MAX WHO FELL IS
BACK OX THE JOB
A.Ii.Fernandez, foreman of the brick
layers working on the American Xa
tional bank building, who fell from this
top story of the structure on November
14, has returned to work. Mr. Fernan
dez's fall to the ground was stopped by
alighting on the roof of a three story
adjoining building. He sustained a
compound fracture of the arm and
bruises about the face and head.
Continues a Festival- of Xmas Shopping
ACTSCAL presents can be selected to the best advantage I
wn J M B W C
Trom ine most corriprenensive mnu mosi uivvrmtoi nuuc rui-
nlshing and Toy Stock we have ever gathered. Gift furniture--
aii sensible and practicai--in qualities of guaranteed excellence, assuring an unusual
degree of long service. The following specials enumerated below mean real savings and
opportunely with the' above $3 Free Coupon.
of Genuine Leathsr Upholstered Chairs and Rockers at i-4 to
1-2 OFF Regislar Prices TOMORROW!
An unparalelled achievement m bargain givingnever have such values as fhest been 'offered ai such remarkably lew !
' pricss, in fact, they cannot under ordinary circumstances, be marked to sell at such figiires tnfy ikai wt are trer
siccked on chairs far ths holiday buying and must unload year profit our loss. See window display.
We enumerate a few f givs you an idea of the big bargains
S2a Golden Oak Rocker, -with black S40 Golden Oak Rocker -with sreen
$20 Mission Rocker in rt Q 7C leather seat iind lO S Spanish Grain &OO Tff 5Q all leather in 07 J? A
pjLJclJ jcj- plOi Leather . PiO 4 J black, Xorrfe Chair.. V' mJI
Kerfnsr's t!obrafed Kid Boc'y
Ooiis in Prises From . . . . .
$39 AxminBfer Bugs in 9x12
fisize again tomorrow ai
KILLED WHILE HUXTIXG.
Stamford, Tesas, Dec 25. Fred Col
lard, son of J. B. Coliard, a contractor,
-was accidentally shot and killed this
morning while huntlng-. The contenLs
of a shotgun entered his breast. His
companion, Bert Van Styne, summoned
aid, but'the boy -was dea'd -when a phy
Ready to serve from the pack
age, with cream.
When hungry children call f or
something, this delicious food is
satisfying and Nutritious.
Post Toasties are dainty and
sweet and ready to eat.
WE have just unpacked a large shipment
of these imported dolls that mothers cf
gDod taste always select. We advise early
selection on this particular make, as they will
have rapid selling. All at popular prices, in all
sizes, color of hair and eyes.
OXDAY and Tuesday sa-w excitement on
our third floor, -when eager housewives
selected the particular pattern that suited
their fancy in both floral and oriental designs,
at the above remarkable price.
216-18 San Antonjo St.,
EL PASO -TEXAS-
"The Memory Lingers
Tostum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, llich.
Zz?l-Limited Y 1
ON HOUSE RULES
TVashinston, D. C, Dec. 14. A re
newal of the fighting on the rules,
-which was signalized in the last ses
sion has been precipiated by repre
sentative Hughes of New Jersey.
The point raised was whether tne
bill considered in the regular order
In the last calendar Wednesday could
be taken up again today simply on the
call of the chairman of the committee
reporting the measure. The bill at issue
-was one for the codification and re
vision of laws relating to' the judi
ciary. It was" declared by Democratic mem
bers that the bill, which is long, might
be used as a buffer to prevent the
house from taking up any other bills
for many calendar Wednesdays.
By a vote of US to 51 the house
Toted to take the bill up.
FIRMIX MURDER TRIAL
STARTED AT HILLrSBOUO
Hlllsboro. Texas, Dec. 14. The case
of PnJllip M. Firmin. charged with thw
murder of A.-B. Puckett, who was shot
and killed on an M., K. & T. troop train
August 14, wis called at 10 oclock this
morning and both state and defence
announced ready for trial. The Selec
tion of the jury will commence this aft
ernoon. Firmln's home 19 in Dallas.
Gas in the stomach comes from food
which has fermented. Get rid of this
badly digested food as quickly as pos
sible if you -would avoid a bilious at-,
tack; HERBINE is the remedy you
need. It cleanses and strengthens the
stomach, liver and bowels, and restores
energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c.
Sold by Scott White & Co., 204 Mills
street, and Depot Pharmacy.
One is Being Organized.
Perhaps this report Is a joke, but on
hlng is certain a baldhead is no joke
to the man who wears It.
A club of baldheads formed in every
city in America would be a good thing
if its members could be Induced to pa
rade hatless, through the main streets
The writer would suggest that some
of the members carry banners with In
scriptions of such a character as tc
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IX)C03IOTIVE EXPLODES AXD
THREE 3IEX ARE INJURED
Palestine, Texas, Dec. 14. The Inter
national & Great Northern locomotive
on a freight train exploded this morn
ing at Aldine, injuring engineer Leigh,
conductor Chapman 'and the fireman.
Brakeman Lakey, wno happened to bu
on the engine was probably fatally in
jured. The cause of the explosion is
Cut glass for gifts buy at Snyder
Jewelry Co.'s auction.
GRANT) JURY IXDICTS y
SHAFFER OX TWO' CHARGES
Houston, Texas, Dec. 14. The grand
jury today returned two indictments
against Dloyd B. Shaffer, who at
tempted to cut the throat of himself
and his former sweetheart, Bertha
Woodworth ten days ago. Shaffer is
charged with burglary and assault to
LOUISIANA LUMBER MILL
DESTROYED BY FIBJB
Shreveport, La... Dec. 14. The Porter
Whadley company's sawmill at Cotton
Valley, Louisiana, was destroyed by fire
latex last night and the loss Is esti
mates at $66,000. The cause of the fire
is unknown. A planer and much lua
ber was saved.
WIFE ADJUDGED INSANE,
AND FARMER DRINKS ACIB
Hillsboro, Texas, Dec. 14. S. D. 3C
Thomas, & famer who resided several
miles west of here, committed suicide
last night b- taking a dose of carbolic
acid. His wife is In jail toere, having
been adjudged insane last week.
I .don't believe there is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Cnamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
writes ilrs. Francis Turpin, Junction
City, Ore. Tnis remedy is also unsur
passed for colds and croup. For sale by
AMERICANS ARRESTED FOR
FIGHTING IN JUAREZ SALOON I
Oscar Stewart and Jack- Tablerven
gaged in a fight Tuesday night in the
saloon of the gambling pavillofi in
Ciudad Juarez, and as a result both
are in the Juarez jail. A bottle wan
used, according to the poljce, and Tab
ler has a cut scalp. Both are held un
der jurisdiction of. the Juarez court of
CHANGE OF VENUE.
Palestine, Texas, Dec. 14. District
judge Gardner today granted a. change
of venue in the cases -wherein eight I
white men of Slocum are charged with j
kiKlrg negross during-race riots in An
derson county, near Slocum and Crock
ett, last August.
warn those who still have hair, that
baldness is unnecessary; that in nearly
every case it is the result of careless
ness. Banners inscribed as follows would
"We let the dandruff germ do It."
'The time to save the hair is when
you have hair to save."'
"When we were young, the dandruff
germs worked every blessed minute.
They dug our hair out by the roots, and
jaow we aren't in it."
The best banner of all would be this,
"We didn't use Parisian Sage." Kelly &
Pollard sell Parisian Sage for 50 cents
a large bottle, so do live druggists ev
erywhere. It is guaranteed to stop fall
ing hair, itching scalp and to destroy
dandruff, germs and remove dandruft
in two weeks, or money back.
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HOT CAKE MIXTURE
MUFFINS PASTRY WAFFLES
is indispensable in the pantry. A varied menu can be- quickly cooked.
"Just Add Water and Bake"
At All Grocers But One.