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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, December 30, 1910.
DECISION DOES NOT
INVOLVE THE PLANT
No. 14
a Package
(Never "sold in bulk)
ifc
NATIONAL
BISCUIT.
COMPANY
Fresh in every climate: Hot or
cold, wet or dry.
Adapted to every condition:
Rich or poor, sick or well.
Suited to every color: White,
black, red, yellow.
Used ty every age: Childhood,
3'outh, manhood, old age.
Cood at all times: Breakfast,
lunch, dinner, supper.
And in all places : At wor or
play, by day or night.
Uneeda
Biscuit
El Paso Brick Company's
Buildings and Yards
iSTot Affected.
' Judge Frank W. Parker, of Las Cru-
ces has found in favor of the plaintiff j
in the suit of John H. McKnight vs. the
EI Paso Brick company involving the
ownership of 100 acres of land in Dona
Ana county, New Mexico, just west of
and adjacent to the El Paso brick
ni-int oomcc fmm thft smelter. I
Attorneys for the defendant have
taken exception to the findings aim
will appeal the case.
- The land in question is designated oy
the government as mineral land as it
contains fire clay. McKnight filed on
the claims, the Lulu, Agnes, Lynch,
Aurora and Tip Top, in 1906, and has
done the required assessment work of
$100 per year each year since then.
The property is located west of and
adjacent to 'the brick plant and does
not involve the land on which build
ings have been erected nor the land
which the company is using for brick.
The brick company bought the land
as "public land from the Las Cruces
land office, but the court held in favor
of the man who had filed a mining
claim.
EL PASO
SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS - ,
Sp ecial provision for
new mipils entering af-
ter the Christmas Holi
days. Session begins
Thursday, January 5
191L The , principals
may he seen at any
CLUBHOUSE FOE THE
E. P. & S. W. EMPLOYES
Saturday will be the last day for the
receipt of bids for the construction and
furnishing of the proposed new club
house for the' employes of the El Paso
and Southwestern railroad company.
A bath house, bowling alley and Mil
liard rooms will be included in the new
building.
The engineer of maintenance of way
is in charge of the bids and they must
all be submitted to him, together with
a certified check .for 10 percent of the
bid as a guarantee of good faith and
in order to secure a surety bond to
insure the performance of the contract
when let.
The old office building at 411 North
Campbell street, a two story structure,
Js to be remodeled for the purposes of
a clubhand will be devoted solely "to
the use of the' employes.
tion by appointment
J. J. OR3ISBEE, ,
President Board of Directors.
MISS ORA Y. L. SLATER,
3USS OliGA E. TAFEL,
Principal. v
1111-1115 Terrace Street,
Telephone 2929. SHHset Heights.
CHINAMAN TO BE DEPORTED.
Chin Chee Kim was arrested jPriday
afternoon, his deportation ordered by
commissioner George B. Oliver having
been affirmed by judge T. S. Maxey.
fZ-rr-x 7ffnr f-Js f.irra There are at present 41 Chinese prison
LlUie UUTIilg Lllfi UU1U. ers in the bounty hospital and it costs
the government 50 cents apiece to keep
them there pending deportation.
FOLLOW PHONE CLUE
AND FIND, DEAD MAN
Pueblo, Colo., Dec 30. A mysterious
telephone call last night directed the
police to a lonely road in the outskirts
of the city, where they found the body
of Paulo Aiello, an Italian. He had
been shot to death. Three empty rifle
cartridges were found near the body.
Despite recent black hand activities
here, the police do not connect that
mysterious organization with the mur
der. No clue has been obtained as to
the identity of the person -who telephoned.
GRANTS EXTENSION OF
WATER RIGHTS TO THREE
Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 30. Territorial
engineer Vernon L. Sullivan has grant
ed water rights extensions to Frank E.
Downs of Carlsbad to permit an appeal
to be taken to the district court, and
to William Benson of Artesia to per
mit the making of hydrographic meas
urementsj also to J. W. Lewis of Carls
bad. Certificates of construction were
granted the following: Samuel B. Cox,
of Hope; Fred J. Lukins, of Artesia;
T. Banks, of Hagerman; Blanche I.
Major, of Artesia, and Eugene F. Hard
wick of RoswelL
PYTHIANS HOIiD SMOKER,
GIVE CHANCELLOR JEWEL
The Knights of Pythias held a
smoker and get-together feast at the
castle hall, Thursday night, as a fare
well to the old year. The members at
the meeting presented to chancellor
Robert Love a beautiful past chancel
lor's jewel made of solid silver. The
presentation speech was made by at
torney U. S. Goen.
There were over 60 knights present.
Late in the evening refreshments were
served and speeches were made by the
different members present.
PLAN
TO RESTORE RIVER
TRAFFIC IN EAST TEXAS
Shreveport. La., Dec. 30. A delega
tion representing Texas, Including con
gressman Morris Sheppard. of Texar
kaha; mayor B, JF. Sherrill, of Jeffer
son, and Capt. A. E. Waldron, govern
ment engineer, of Dallas, is holding
a conference here today
rERMIT FOR TWO MORE
STORIES TO BE COMPLETED
Building inspector S. B. Haggart' is
sued a permit Friday afternoon for the
finishing of the seventh and eighth
stories of the Mills building, the es
timated cost of which is to be $19,500.-
Only eight stories are to be finished
at the start, it being the intention of
Gen. Anson Mills to complete the other
four stories when tenants can be se
cured therefor.
The Mills building is the largest
concrete office building in the world
end stands out as a landmark.
f SATURDAY
s&t SALE
A List of Bargains Without Precedent
Your Holidays are about gone---profits are taking theirs at this store tomorrow.
Some of the best values we have offered yet are to be had at our 5 O'CLOCK
SALE, ft lis your opportunity to buy what you need most at the prices you
want to pay prices that will be easy with your post-chtistmas purse.
$3.50 Ladies Shoes $2.69 "
This is one of the best $3.50 shoes
that it is possible to buy today; not
only 'stylish appearing, but comfort
able and long wearing; tomorrow all
$3.50 values. (-0 2Q
go at ip&OU
$2.50 LADIES' SHOES $1.79
We acre positive that this shoe cannot
be equaled elsewhere at our regular
price of $2.50; tomorrow we cut our
already low price of 4T1 7Q
$2.50 to, per pair tj) 1
$3.50 MEN'S SHOES $2.69
Both Burton made and Beacon men's
shoes are recognized as the best to be
procured; not only are thev neat and
crtylish, but they cannot be beat for
wear; tomorrow we offer in these
lines all $3.50 values &0 02 Q
.... pdJ&
35c Short Kimonos 15c
Ladies' short kimonos made of good
quality flannelette and in a wide va
riety for selection. Kimonos that sell
regularly at 35c, 1 P
lOt
each
85c LONG KIMONOS 39c
Ladies' long kimonos, made of extra
quality flannelette in a great many
neat and attractive patterns; regular
S5c values, on sale, OA
tJ7l
each
$1.75 SWEATERS $1.29
Misses' sweaters and children's
sweaters for girls from 3 to 14 years
of stge; they come with two lower
pockets, very closely knitted, choice
of three colors, red, white and gray;
regular $1.75
values
$1.29
$1.75 .COMFORTS $1.29
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
Begins "Wednesday, t January 4th.
El Paso Household Furnishing Co.
TO HOLD watch meeting .
AT HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
Saturday night the members of the
Highland Park Baptist church will
hold their usual watch meeting and
with the Cad- ! contrary to former customs the women
do levee board and chamber of com
merce relative to the construction of
a government dam at the foot of Cad
do land at a cost of $100,000. The dam
is one of the improvements for a sys
tem of locks and canals to restore riv-
I er transportation between Shreveport
I and east Texas points.
and not the men will bring refresh
ments for the social hours, prior to the
prayer meeting, which commences at
11 oclock.
These comforts are of unusual-quality
that cannot be bought at any
other store at the regular price of
$1.75 and now lust when thev are
needed most we offer
them at each
$1.29
I lit
at -, -
$4.00 MEN'S SHOES $3.29
Those who know what Burro-Jap
Shoes are will be quick to realize
what a real bargain this is. The
Burro-Jap $4.00 shce is the best sold
anywhere tor tne money ana tomor
row we reduce tnis price
-'o
PyOailc7
5 O'clock
Sale
From
5 p. m. to
9 p.m.
" The Store Thafls Making a Record "
219-221 S. EL PASO STREET,
5 O'clock
Sale
From
5 p. m. to
9 p. m.
m
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE.
Begins "Wednesday,, January 4th.
El Paso Household Furnishing Co.
The Hall Room Boys
ccpjnshu ijiu
let -Nnv Yoxk ccrium Jur t
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THERE'S PRESTIGE,
VALUE,
BROAD GAUGE
BUSINESS
ECONOMY,
In Locating in
MILLS BUILDING
Horace B. Stevens
Agent
Phone 121
New Hots! Fisher
40 rooms with bath,
40 telephones.
Running -water in very tooth,
Hot and Cold, Elevator and
All rooms outside. t
"More individual haths than
Any hotel in the city.
All newly furnished and
Rates only $2.00 per day.
Special rates by the month.
J. W. Fisher, Prop.
Formerly of the Sheldon.
RTJB3ER
STA3IPS
aianufactnred Daily.
BLI.1S BROS.
Printing Co.
"Rush Jobs Are Our Especial
Delight."
COOD nORN.NQ AlARjQHT- - j WO MORE ., GFNT- ( vn r f
MR HSU.-OOM. WE'VE REMH FCR oP THE oL ) )
RESCUE DOWN VM THE V -" HOUSE BVJRMiMQ ,rS QOOD Vf V
6AC WD. SO LET'S J JR I BUSINESS NOW. OVEVAjr I
t bust. JJ ijps J m- to corner IVY lr ? $J
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COLD WEATHER FOR ! 1
T 48 HOURS
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INJCj..
Almost Entii'e Country Will
v Be in Grip of Severe
Blizzard.
"Washington, D. C. Dec 30. Cold and
storms will prevail throughout most
of the country during the next 4S hours
according to the weather bureau. From
Florida to Maine, along the Atlantic
coast, the storm warnings are snapping
in a rising gale, and winter's grip is
tightening in the northwest, where the
mercury is standing at 20 below at Du
luth, Minn., and Devils Lake and in the
territory. From the Applachian range
to the Rockies the meury is falling
steadily and conditions are aggravated
by another storm brewing In the ex
treme northwest. The thermometer
registered 42 below at Winnipeg this
morning.
South Is Cold.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 30. Unusually
cold weather with freezing tempera
tures almost to the gulf, prevails
throughout a large portion of the
south. Snow fell early throughout the
Texas panhandle and a severe wind
storm prevailed along the coast. South
east Texas experienced the first heavy
rain in five months. Iii Houston sev
eral street car lines were pijt out of
commission and other damage was
noted.
CliEttKS GET MORE PAY.
Following tne promotion of railway
mail clerks, several other promotions
were received at the postoffice Thurs
day afternoon.. Carrier Louis U. Rusta
mier Is raised from $1000 to $1100, and
carrier George T. Stanton from $S00 to
$900. Clerk May P. Brick is raised
from $1000 to $1100, John C. Hill from
$900 to $1000, and Stella Levy from
$800 to $900. At present but two sub
stitutes are employed in addition to
the regular force. They are Mrs. Ysa
bel Conway and Lyle Perkins.
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Saturday Specials
Prime Eib Eoast, per lb : 12c
"Rximp Eoast, vper lb-. 10c
plioiilder Roast, per lb 10c
Sirloin Steak, per lb . 15c -
Home Rendered Lard, per lb ....-.:' 17 c
Home Dressed Poultry, Pickles,
, Kraut, Olives
OPITZ MARKET
213 IT. Stanton St. Bell Phone 136
JAXTJARY CLEARANCE SALE
Begins "Wednesday, January 4th.
El Paso Household Furnishing Co.
4$""&"$M&"$M&-
$ INCREASES GRANTED -
$ TO RAILROAD MEN
& Chicago. 111., Dec. 30. Con-
$ ductors and trainmen on 50
railroads running north, south
and west of , Chicago were -
& granted a ' flat increase in
wages of 10 percent yesterday.
- The increase was granted -
C- after a month's negotiation
& and affects 75,000 members of
& the Brotherhood of Railroad
O Trainmen and the Order of
0 Railway Conductors. It will -
mean an added expense of
$5,000,000 a year to the rail-
road. Tne increase becomes
& effective at once.
$ $
Biliousness is aue to a disordered
condition of the stomach. Chamber
lain's Tablets are essentially a stom
ach medicine, "intended especially to
act on that organ; to cleanse it,
strengthen It, tone and invigorate it,
to regulate the liver and to banish
biliousness positively and effectually.
For sale by all dealers.
DATE DEFINITELY DECIDED.
January Clearance Sale of The EI Paso
Household FnrnishlnRT Co. Begins
Wednesday, January 4th.
It has been definitely decided that
the January Clearance "Sale of the El
Paso Household Furnishing Co. will
begin "Wednesday, January" 4th. Full
details, with items and prices, will ap
pear a little later. It is a certainty
that this sale wiU supply all present
furniture needs at a considerable sav
ing. In addition to reducing, stock
generally to prepare for spring busi
ness, certain departments will be com
pleely closed out. Watch for opening
.iiinoupcement oi this sale, and be sure
to read the succeeding announcements,
as new lots will be offered from day to
day.
MOVING INTO THE OFFICES.
The E. P. and S. W. freight offices,
which have been undergoing recon
struction have been put Into shape fox
occupancy. Already the upstairs por
tion is occupied by the different of
ficers and they are moving in the oth
er offices. All the offices will be occu
pied .by Moncay, January 2.
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
Begins Wednesday, January 4 th.
El Paso Household Furnishing Co.
MARRY IN EL PASO AND
SURPRISE HOME FRIENDS
Albuquerque. X. M-, pec. 30. With
the return of Mr. "and 'Mrs. Ralph D.
Merritt to this city the first news of
their marriage was made known. The j
couple were married in El Paso,
Christmas eve at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Frank Brown, 1021
Rio Grande street. The bride was for
merly Mrs. N. Leotha Long, a steno
grapher at the Occidental offices. The
groom is employed by the Finnigan
Brown company.
VAN HORN INSTALATION
TO BE HELD JANUARY 7.
The instalation of the Van Horn
lodge of Masons will not be held next
Saturday but on January 7, that date
having now been decided upon
FI ICIM WAY ARRAIGNED.
Fi Kim Way was arrested by immi
gration officers Friday and arraigned
before United States commissioner
Oliver who set his trial on a charge of
being an illegal resident of the Unite!
States, for January 16.
Good Time?
Last eight eating big dinner is oftea
Jie maker of a BAD TODAY. Why not?
Over-earing means extra -work for the
stomach and bowels. You've got to
suffer if you don't help nature unload
with CASCARETS. "They Tvorh zvkile
you sleep" you're O. K. in the A. ISiV
Tonight's the night to take care of to
morrow, ggj
CASCARETS ioc box week's treat
ment. All druggists. Biggest seller
in the world. Million boxes a month.

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