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L PASO HERALD
Thursday, Dec. 15, 1910.
for kodaks and
Only eight days
to choose gifts
Why Not a Kodak?
No Christmas gift will give as much pleasure as a
kodak. Give the hoy or girl a kodak at Christmas
and you Rave provided amusement for all the year.
Aside from "taking pictures," there is all the fasci
nating work of developing and printing. You might
begin with a "Brownie" costing only $1.00 and then
as skill increases a larger and more flexible kodak.
We carry a complete stock of Eastman Kodaks and
Kodak Supplies, There is this thing certain about an
"Eastman' whether it costs $1.00 or $35.00--IT
TAKES COOD PICTURES.
A kodak for Christmas is worth considering
"Brownie" Kodaks . . $1.00 to $12.00
Box Kodaks $5.00 to $12.00
Folding Pocket Kodaks $10.00 to $35.00
308 San Antonio Street
Do You Use "Kneedit"
Tt is better than Cottolene and "purer than Lard."
Eecomrnended by our best customers who hare
traded with us for the past eight years.
!TanJjflfpurer than Lard")5 lb. bucket for 75c
JUieeilUJBetter than Cottolene) 10 lb. bucket for $1.45
GOLD COIN FLOUR (Extra Quality J24 lb. Sack - 80c
iSiM (Extra Low Price )48 lb. Sack $1.60
Barrington Hall Steel Cut Pure Coffee, no chaff,
Silver Leaf Lard, 10 lb. bucket for $1.45
5 gallons Best Oil, for 75c
? pkgs. Presh Aunt Jemima Pancake Plour, for. .25c
Strictly Fresh Pure Creamery Butter, per lb 35c
Evaporated Pitted Cherries (fine for pies) pkg. .35c
2 lb. can Thick Sliced Pineapple (tastes better than
fresh' ones) for . .20c
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF
Fancy Christmas Apples
Order Your Xmas Cider
Here Early. It is Made Fresh Every Day.
Elliott's Apple and Cider Stand
Next Door to Nations
212 MESA AVENUE
18 lbs. Best Granu
lated Sugar, for ...
Quart Jars, Pure" Fruit
Jams, all flavors, for . .
Pint Jars Strained
2 lbs. Fresh uQXiib
2 cans Tall .Asparagus
Gold Medal Brand Aspar
agus Tips, per can
2 cans Good Peaches, Pears, Plums
or Apricots, Qg
Gallon cans Peeled Peaches, Plums
or Apricots .QECrf
1 gallon can Peal Ripe
Tomato Catsup, for ...
3 cans Indiana.
"Fairy" Corn, for
2 cans Country Gentle
men Corn, for
2 cans Sifted Early
June Peas, for
3 cans Marrowfat
Peas, for .....'
Full Quart Can Pure
Full Half Gallon Can Pure Im
ported Olive Oil
Full Half Gallon Can Best Quality
FEED DEPT. FULL WEIGHT CLEAN FEED LOWEST PRICES.
100 lb. sacks Bran or Clean White Corn for $1.50
100 lb.Wks Pure tf f 4 1-2 Bushel Sacks An Cf
Corn Chops, for ?"" Plump Grain Oats, for V 0 U
HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES
Xmas Candies (Special Low Prices) per rb flOc, 12 1-2c, 15c and 20c
Ped, Sweet, Xavel Oranges, per dozen 20c, 25c, 35c and 40c
Fine Dates, Figs, Raisins and all kinds of Nuts.
Highland ,Park Delivery on Wednesdays; East El Paso Every Tuesday
Out-of-town Orders for Christmas Supplies Promptly and Carefully Filled.
STANDARD GROCERY CO. '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
BELL PHONES 367 AND 348.
208-210 3HLLS ST.
Tomorrow, the Tenth
In "Toyland" you'll find five of the biggest bargains five lots of Toys and
Dolls at prices that will make the buying quick and lively. And then, fol
lowing our usual custom, there'll be the "Popular" kind of bargains all over
the house. "Economy Friday' ' is a fixed event and every Eriday finds more
buyers who have learned that the bargains on that day are all good ones.
CARLETON TO TALK
Railway men and shippers -will have
another opportunity to hear expert ad
vice on the transportation of explo
sives. Gv E. Carleton, chief inspector
of the bureau for the Safe Transporta
tion of Explosives and Other' Danger
ous Articles, -will deliver a free lecture
at 5 oclock Saturday night at the Y.
M. C. A. building- Mr. Carleton Is a
traveling lecturer for the bureau which
is operated by the interstate commerce
commission. Legislation on the danger
has caused great Interest, aside from
the humanitarian aspect- of dfsaster
Mr. Carleton's talk Is :aid to be com
prehensive to the layman; and of in
terest to any person. All interested in
the subject are invited o attend.
ORGANIZE TO EOXOR THE
MEMORY OP TERRY'S KAXGERS
Austin, Tex., Dec." 15. To perpetu
ate the memory of Terry's Texas
rangers, an auxiliary organization was
formed here today, with J. J. Al
bright, of San Marcos, president, and
Miss Stella Holcomb, of Luling, secre
tary. The reunion, adjourned at noon
after electing A. Y. King, of Belton,
president; W. H. Davis. Creedmore;
S. A. Biscoe, Austin; W. P. Holcomb,
Luling; T. M. Hector. Manor, vice
presidents; B- M. Phelps, Austin, secretary.
ROWING OVER A
Brussels,, Belgium, Dec 15. Princess
Louise of Belgium is suing for the re
covery of 58,000,000, which had be
longed to her father, the late king Leo
pold, and is now held by the Mieler
Fullback foundation. The Belgium
government also claims the money, on
the ground that it came from the Bel
gium Congo and belongs to the state.
The princess has also summoned Leo
pold's valet and other members of his
All afternoon and'inTgnt trains are
reported on time. t - ,
the lives of 12 of the 14 men In the
workings at the time. Only two es
caped, one of whom 'died shortly after
being taken out. Because of the
gaseous condition of the mine, the
rescue work had to be stopped temporarily.
Di". J. A. Hedrick, snrgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building;
Cuban Diplomat Recalled.
Mexico City. D. F., Dec. 15. Dr. Jose
Maria Solaaa,' Cuban charge d' affaires,
has been recalled by his government
and it is expected he will be assigned
to some European post.
Everybody can -nave a Christmas tree
this year. "We ave plenty of them and
they are dirt cheap.
Jack&on'H Sanitary Grocery.
A XEW RESERVATION IS
BEING PREPARED. IS T1EPORT.
Grading' and filling on South Broad
way has renewed the interest in the
redijght removal, which has been agi
tated for the past two months. It is
said that a number of reservation build
ings will be erected oh. the vacant
ground south of Eighth-street on Broad
way for the occupants ot the present
reservation and that the undesirables
will be moved there as soon as these
houses are completed.
agricultural 3ien are
Ihere gathering data.
H. M. Cottrell, agricultural commis--sioner
of the Rock Island lines, accom
panied by Alvin T. SteineL editor of
"The Southwest Trail," are in the city
from Chicago, gathering data about
farming in this region
RAILROAD MAN "ASSAULTED
AND ROBBED AT" TAYLOR, TEX.
Taylor. Texas, Dec 15. Martinez
Garcia, an J. & G. N. foreman, was at-
tacked and robbed by highwaymen onj
Main street at midnight last night. He j
was pounded into insensibility and his j
pockets rifled of ?40. He will recover. !
A Skin of Beauty is &. coy Tgrgyar.
,R. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Besutmer.
RemoTea Tan, Pimples,
Fraeiles, iiotk Patches,
3ash, ad Stla DU eases,
aaa crery Diemiffi
i gb beaatr. sad Ue-
1 es detectlea. It '
has stood the test
of fit years, and
is bo harmless tre
U properly made.
Accept bo counter
feit of similar
suae. Dr. L. A.
Savre said to a
lady cf the haut
ton ( patient):
"As you Isaie
srHl use them
nmiijc nnra' ni fha 1paj harmfal of all tLf
akin prmaratloEs." Tor sale r all drnjclts aadFfincy
Gooaa XJealeis in the TJnltedStates, Canads aad Ecropv.
FafcT.RtfWFrcs, 37 GnsUeia; Strait KwM j
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Nothing AVIU Please
Your friends more than a good pic
ture of yourself 12 dainty presents in
every dozen. Xmas" specials, '$4.00
The Texas State Humane society will
hold Its annual meeting January 12,
1911, i nAustin. Mrs. O. H. Butler is
general secretary. Her postoffice box
is 179, San Antonio, Texas.
Policeman Shoot Policeman.
Houston. Texas, Dec. 15. Mounted
officer Lubbock, of the city police force,
shot and probably fatally wounded
James Fife, also a mounted bfficer of
the city. Fife was with Lubbock's
daughter on the streets when the lat
ter opened fire. Miss Lubbock endeav
ored .to keep her father from shooting.
The attentions of Fife to Lubbock's
daughter were objectionable to the
- Xmas Holly.
You can get all the Xmas holly you
want at this store. Carload hero to
day. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353. ,
Just to Have You
Get acquainted with our .fresh cut,
home grown carnations and roses, we
will sell carnations at 59c per dozen,
and roses for $1.00 per dozen until next
Potter Floral Co.
"West Better Off Than East.
Spokane, "Wash., Dec. 15 "Financially
conditions ivest of the Bocky mountains
are better than in the east," said James
J. Hill, of the Great Xorthern railway,
who passed through this city on his
way to the coast.
C. L.- BlHlHgrtoH, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
1489, painting, paperhanging, decorating
Fruit Cake Specialties.
Your fruit cake will be just to your
liking if you get everything to go In it
here. "We make a specialty of fruit
Jacksoa's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Starkerf diseases of the eye, ear,'
nose and throat. 319-320 Caples Bids?.
Dr. Crowdcr, eye, ear, aose and throat
602 Bio Grande Bldg
Rag Dolls 15c
Just about a hunderd of these,
the unbreakable rag dolls, with
painted faces and fully dressed.
ThcVe are girl dolls, Red Riding
Hoods, sailor boys and eskimos.
Sold last rear up to $1-25. To
morrow, your choice, 1 P-
Lions & Bears 50c
The Roosevelt Lions made of
velveteen and "with shaggy
mane, and white polar bears.
Very natural and absolutely
unbreakable. They sell regular
ly for ?1.50 and $2.00. To
morrow we offer them, extra
Iron Toys 15c
A big lot of Iron Toys such as hook
and htdder trucks, fire engines, ice
wagons, carts, wagons and scores of
other things. They're the kinds we
sold last season for 35c to ?L25. To
morrow you can take your 1 g
pick for, each Ai
Wheel Chimes 39c '
Clear toned bell, mounted on)
six-inch bicycle -wheels with
heavy rvvool tires, which, prevent
marring the furniture. A splen
did toy for a little fellow.
Regularly we sell them for 50c.
Tomorrow our QQ
price is JJ
Mechanical biplanes, ibobg
planes, dirigible balloons, im
fact every model of flying. Br
chines, strongly made, wiiii
clock .work. A large number
of these, worth regularly up to
75c, will be sold 1 A
tomorrow, each X 27 C
All Remaining Pyrography Patterns at Half
We have put all the remaining Pyrography patterns on a special table in
the basement, offering them at exactly half the regular prices. Among them
are many glove, handkerchief and necktie boxes, ,bread boards, placques,
panels, pipe racks, etc., stamped in pretty designs for burning. Eegularly
from 10c to $2.50, youcan buy them for half.
17 l-2c Galatea 10c 35c Pillow Tops 9e
Special lot of extra quality Galatea cloth in white
ground with neat black- and colored designs. Fast
colors and very desirable for children's garments.
The regular I7l-2c quality, on sale r
Friday only, a yard XvC
(On sale in the Basement. )
Special lot of full size pillow tops of art eteik,
stamped and tinted for working in pretty floral aad
conventional designs. This special lot is laade iq of
lands regularly sold for 2oc aad 3oc eaca.
(On sale in the Basement. )
At this store you will find the largest
line of fresh Xmas nuts.
Jacksoa's Sanitary Grocery
Notice is hereby given that I, as
trustee of the estate of E. R. Thornton,
bankrupt, will, at 11 oclock a. m., Tues
day, the 20th day of December, 1910.
sell at public outcry to the hfghest
bidder for cash, on the hereinafter de
scribed premises, all the stock, goods,
wares, merchandise and fixtures be
longing to said E. R. Thornton, and
situated in the brick building. No. 215
San Antonio street. El Paso, Texas.
C. TV. Croom, Trustee,
11 & 12 Coles Bldg.
Dr. CaraeroH, DeatVst, reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe Bldg.
A special lot of fine Xmas candy in
pretty boxes. Just the proper gift,
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Nothing Will Please
Tour friends more than a good pic
ture of yourself 12 dainty presents in
every dozen. Xmas specials, 4.00
entourage to give an accounting of the
contents of three trunks which were
mysterious turned over at Laeken
palace to baroness "Vaughan, the mor
ganatic wife of Leopold, who was since
married to Emanuel Burleux, a French
man. Lrouise alleges that the trunks
were filled with securities and other
valuables. Princess Louise is the most
litigious and spendthrift royal person
age In Europ'e. She is alwaj-s bringing
a suit or defending one. Since her
father died she has received over $1,
000,000 from her father's estate, but she
is said to owe 3,000.000.
Stock Brokers and Christmas.
New York, N. T., Dec. 15. The board
of governors of the stock exchange
voted to close the exchange on Satur
day, December 24, preceding Christmas
day. The exchange accordingly will be
closed from Friday afternoon until
Batter You Can Always Be Sure Of.
As a rule, butter is a most variable
foodarticle. Often It's the flavor that
changes. Not so with Sedgrwick cream
ers' butter. Its fine flavor Is always the
Jacksoa's Sanitary Grocery!
Floods la Spain.
Barcelona, Spain. Dec. 15. Storms
are flooding a large part of the coun
try and the situation is becoming des
perate in the provinces' of Malaga, Se
ville, Valladolld, Badajpse, Zamora,
Oviedo and Corunna. Practically all
the crops have been destroyed and the
people are threatened with famine.
Many villages are now submerged ana
countless bridges have been swept
away. V ' '
Every day we have fresh picked Mex
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353. '
Dr. Mengel has moved to suite 314
Indian Spirits Get No Feast.
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 15. The U. S.
district court at Valdez, has decided un
favorably to chief Goodlatch, of the
Copper River Indians, in ,hls suit
against the Copper River railroad for
10,000 for damages caused by the rail
road running its line throug-n- the An
cient Indian grave yard at O'Bren creek.
It was represented by the indians that
It would be necessary to propitiate the
spirits of the dead for the indignity to
their bones and they proposed to spend
the 10,000 In a Potlach, or feast, to
conciliate the disturbed spirits.
An Xmas Store.
If you want to get a glimpse of a
real Xmas store just step Inside our
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Special on Candies.
Next Saturday we will sell our. best
grade chocolate creams in 1, 2, 3 or 5
lb. boxes at 35c per lb; regular price
Potter Drue Co.
Witness Bribery Charred
Twelve Killed la Mine. pariSf Ky Dec 15 A SQnsati'on wag
Norton, "Va., Dec. 15. An explosion j sprung in the trial of the four men
in the' mine of the Bond Coal company J of Breathitt county, who are charged
at Greene, six aniles east of here, cost 1 with the murder of John Abner, when j
two of the leading common wealto wit
nesses, William Stidham and sf
Sizemore, filed affidavits that A. S. John
son, of Jackson, a friend of the ac
cused, attempted to bribe F. Stidham
oleave Paris and not testify against
the defendants. It was alleged In the
affidavit that the attempted bribery
took place In the corridors of the court
house last Monday, just before the trial
Homan sanatorium for tuberculosis,
ward rates $17.50 and 20 per week,
single rooms 25 to 40. Treatment and
Ome la Today.
We received today a shipment of
Jones Dairy Farm little pig ham and
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
j v.oir- THnflness and
to our inenua wi ..."
condolence in our recent bereavement
the death of little Lee Coker.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. CoKer.
Mrs. Belle Foote.
.Missions. M. Coker.
Xmas Shopping: News.
Holiday shoppers -who a5'1' "J
doubt as to what to give h01bJpaac101
means visit tee store of the EI Paso
Household Furnishing company at the
corner of Stanton and Mills streets.
reo the new shipment of leather
upholstered furniture time has just
been received there.
fter all there Is Bothing one could
e-ive at Christmas lime tc compare with
a nice- i-.iece of fu-nlurc.
There are scores -T beautiful pi-'ces
on display there, Aullman couches,
chairs and rockers, in tne mission styles,
and the Early English finish and up
holstered in genuine Spanish leather,
if you want to make a gift that is dis-
.. .. ..omant'il nnrl USelUl
tiucuve, yet wi-w"'".- , i
something that, will be an everlasting
reminder of the giver, you couldn t do .
better tnan setecL w. w
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CINCINNATI Fountain News Co.. 51b
INDIANAPOLIS Paul Seigle. Illinois
and Washington streets; Yoma News
and Walnut streets.
COLUMBUS Central Ohio News Co
6S North High street,
PITTSBURG Tho Lincoln, Fort Pit
BALTIMORE World. News Co.
WASHINGTON, . C Raleigh, Eb
bltts, Cblumbia News Agency.
PHILADELPHIA Bellevue; Quaker
News Co.. 600 Green St.: Arthur Hj fil
ing. Broad Street Station.
BOSTON Young's, Eagle News Co.
76 Summer St-
n The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays as well asii
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THE LOCATION 7 '
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thur Hotaling, No. 1 Park Row. Broad
way and 32nd Sts.. Broadway and 42nd,
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Agency, 6th and Champa Sts.
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ky, Chas. McGIHIs. H. W. Hamson.
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HOLLYWOOD Hoffman News Co.
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Los ANGELES Independent News
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Bcok Store. Am. Photo Co., Ave. San
Francisco No. 25.
CHIHUAHUA Am. Photo and Sta.
Co., Roberto Schneider.
AGUAS CALIENTES A. B. Culter.
PARRAL Parral I'Cews Co .
is negotiating for the purehase of th
vCitlzens Street railway of Waco. Pres
ident H. C. Scott of the Citizens' com
pany is here from Kansas City, but is
BOSTON SYNDICATE SAID TO
BE AFTER WACO CAR SYSTEM.
Waco, Texas. Dec. 15. It is reported
here that the Stone & Webster syndi
cate of Boston, which owns traction
lines in a number of large Texas cities.
MUCH UTCEBEST IN
DONA ANA EOADS
Las Cruces, N. 2.r Dec. 15. A big
meeting fo tjood roads was held hex a
today. RepresaHfatives were present
from every town In the county.
There will be a meetilng at La. Me?a
schoolhouse at 2 ocIcx SntHrdajv at
Berino schoolhouse at 7:39 p. n Sat
urday. There is much lateral in the El
Paso-Las Cruces road.
Other meetings are schedulei.
RED CROSS STAMPS PLACED
ON SALE ONCE MORE.
Red Cross seals are again on sale at
the pestoffice. Wednesday afternoon
20,008 were received from Dallas, and
In order that there may be no shortage
ano'.her 2O,0flO have beea erdered by
Miss H. Grace Franklin. Xlssee Walker
McLellan and Lillian Lindsey were in
charge of the sales 2urtrs the morn
ing Thursday, while is the afternoon
Miss Janle Lindsey relieved her sister.
WOODMEN ELECT OFFICBRS.
Manzanea camp 247S, Woodmen ot
the World, elected the following offi
cers a.t its meeting Wedseeday night:
T. J. Sparks, consul commander; J. w.
Word en, advisor lieutenant; J. Snyder,
banker; C. C. Stapleton, clerk; Henry
Taylor, escort: A. W. Keasel watch
man; F. P. Gotwald. sentry; H. F.
Stacy, C. S. Weeks and N. F. Owen,
managers; W. R. Weeks and W M.
We oSer Oae Huadred DeHars Reward fer any
eae el Catarrh that maset be eure4 sy Han't
F. J. CHENEY CO.. Tte4e. O.
We. the tndersigaed, have kaown F. J. Catsey
f the test 13 years, aad beNeve M perfectly hon
orable ta all buslaew tra&saetteas as4 flnnnrinlly
able to carry out any cM!f&t!es aaade by bte ftnn.
National Bamx or Coxmsrct.
HaH's Catarrh Ctze Is taken tateraaUy. acting
directly upon the blood and ratteeus surfaces ot the
syatera. Testimonials seat free. Price 75 casta pec
betUel Sold by all Dro?tsts.
Tate Hall's Fasiily Pltia tor csastipatlea.