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EL PASO HERALD
12
Saturday, Dec. 31, 1910.
OUR THIRTIETH NEW YEAR
rnrni fimi i "
The California Rape Olive is constantly growing
in favor. "We have a new arrival of extra quality
35c Per Pint in Bulk
NEW YORE CREAM CHEESE
The best rich yellow cheese. Per Pound 25c.
FERNDELL SALMON
Large flat cans, the midle cuts of the fish, only 35c
FERNDELL LOBSTER
The best quality of whole lobster, per can 30 & 40c
IMPORTED CHEESE
Imported Swiss cheese, per pound 40c
Camembert, per can 50c
Edam cheese, each $1.25
Limberger, per pound 25c
Brick Cheese, per pound 25c
Roqueford cheese, per pound 65c
For E
! Paso and
Vicinity
We deem it fit that this New Year above all years we should extend more than a mere formal
greeting. The disaster to the Calisher establishment last August needs but to be referred to!
What we particularly wish to bring out is the quickness with which the store again entered inlo
its own. Of course, we realize our splendid success in' our Temporary Quarters-has been made,
possible only through the loyal support of the public, to whom we now extend thanks and wish all
prosperity during the coming year.
Our plans for 1911 assume mammoth proportions. In a way, we have only partially estab
lished Stanton Street as the retail shopping district. With the completion early in the summer of
the new Calisher store it is an easy forecast that the greatest ihings that will transpire during
1911 in a mercantile way will emanate from the Calisher establishment. "
iistlf i
rice Sale of Ready-to-Wear
BOARD OF TRADE IS
TALKING FINANCES
Bisbee Commercial Organi
zation Hopes to Lift Its
Debts Shortly.
Bisbee. Ariz., Dec 31. At a meeting
of the board of trade plans "were out
lined to solve the financial problem
which is troubling- the board. It is
hoped to be able to pay all debts in a
fe"w months by asking extra contribu
tions from the business men of the district.
highly satisfied at the unusually large
transactions here. Several purchases
running far Into the thousands were
made during December while other im
portant deals to be consummated at
the beginning of the next year are
pending.
The volunteer fire department has
elected officers for 1S1.1, the. following
being the result of the election: G. F.
Black, president; F. Heath, secretary;
John Carretto, treasurer.
The golf links at the TVarren Dis
trict Country club are being repaired j
and put in shape for a golf game which ,
will be played by the Douglas and j
Bisbee teams next week. j
After an engagement, kept since I
their childhood, J. J. Trembath, a min
ing man. and Ztfiss Annie Stick, of Liv- I
erpool, England, were married here.
Our present Half Price Sale of Ready -to-Wear and After-Christmas Clean-Up Sale continue until Thursday, Jan
uary 5th. These sales offer wonderful buying advantages, both in ready-to-wear garments and in hundreds of
articles both serviceable and ornamental. As we do not propose to carry any of our present stock of ready-to-wear
or Holiday goods into the new store, price concessions are unusually heavy.
W,
EL PASO
MERCHANTS
TO TELEP
Prompt Responses
E CALLS.
xBttr
STORE CLOSES A T NOON MONDA f M;x
J. Calisher Dry Goods Co.(lncorporatedj
i
RESIDENCE SOLD.
3L Ginsburg has purchased the six
room brick cottage at 511 Nevada
street from Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Piper
for $4000. This house has a frontage
of 40 feet on Nevada street by 120 feet
deep. Hawkins Bros, mad1 the fiIp
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Gosds Auto.
1954 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966
We store goods. Opp. Posteffice, across Plaza
WE .REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Key and Dock -work, Guns, Pistols. Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleveland
Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York, 999 miles,
in 3S hours.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP, 20S North. Stanton Street. Phone Bell 139.
Bell
818
ICE C
Auto
1188
&
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
. -I
LUMBER
J5TTR? OIT-LIHGQ CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS..
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
Bell
108 & C29
JL. E. RYAN & CO.
DRU G i STS
Auto
1068
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
A lW Or UUK
FROZEN DAINTIES
FOR
NEW YEAR'S DINNER
Montrose Pudding
Frozen Snow Balls
Tutti Fruitti Cream
Frozen Plum Pudding
Nesselrode Pudding
Strawberry Mousse
And Other Things Needed Are
Salted Almonds ,
Salted Pecans
Salted Filberts
Cream Mints and Wintergreen Wafers
54e
&&
wm'mm
new rati
OUTLAWS
0PJE1T ALL NIGHT.
CARR DRUG CO.
202 Tmc&s St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
Auto 1020
3B
"Will be up right away." LQNGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
Reasonable Prices.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
5 BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute.' Storage and racking by careful men at right price
, BELL 1054. ODOK'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
Bell
111
RETAIL OROCERIES WHOLESALE
Auto
1271
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
Use the
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
HEXRY SIOHIt
CUT RATE HARDWARE
389 S. El Pass St.
Guns. Ammunition. Wacon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tcoia.
kinds Saddles Harness. Cutlery. Tents O'i Paint. Etc
Continuing the sale of
Alfred Benjamin
CLOTHING
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats
at S30.75
35.00 Suits and Overcoats
at $26.75
32.50 Suits and Overcoats
at $24.75
30.00 Suits and Overcoats
at $22.75
28.50 Suits and Overcoats
at $21.75
27.50 Suits and Overcoats
at $20.75
25.00 Suits and Overcoats
at $18.75
22.50 Suits and Overcoats
at $16.75
20.00 Suits and Overcoats
at $15.75
18.50 Suits and Overcoats
at $14.75
16.50 and $15.00 Suits and
Overcoats at $11.75
Aged Denver Man Tells of
Murderous Escapades
of Espinosas.
In the summer of 1864 the Espinosas
came to Colorado. "Bad men" were
plentiful in those early days and bloody
scenes of violence frequent, but these
two Mexicans' set a new standard in the
art of murder, saj's the Denver Post.
There were two of the Espinosas a (
man in the prime of life and his t
nephew. The uncle Ifad been a mem- j
ber of the territorial assembly of New
Mexico. An American in that body had I
insulted him, and in the opinion of j
his friends, his mind became unbal
anced. Accompanied by his nephew, he I
set out to kill every American who
crossed his path. These murderers
came up into Colorado and got as far
as Middle Park. They are known to
have killed 27 men. It is thought that
more than that number of murders
committed by them never came to light.
In that same summer of 1S64 Nathan
S. Hurd. then a yourig man from the
east, was opening a mine at Mosquito, j
near the town of Fairplay, in Middle !
Park. He was one of the first men I
to encounter the Espinosas. And from j
that time he followed their trail re-1
lentlessly with the various posses un
til both men were driven out of the
country and killed. His reminiscences
of that famous man hunt are among j
the most interesting stories told by
the pioneers.
Early in 1864 Nathan Hurd came to
Colorado from Morrisson, 111. At that
time the town of Buckskin Joe, six
miles from Fairplay, was a mining
camp of 10,000 people; today it is a
place of decaying cabins and a few
grazing cattle.
The EsplMosas.
"One day in the summer of '64," Mr.
Hurd related, "I was going alone on
foot from my mining claim in Fairplay.
At a ranch not far from Mosquito I
came acros the bodies of two men in .
4.V.A -reA C-re. r-f -frVlrtm TVfl 2 tlio ro'nph- '
man, Lehmann; the other was a Ger
man boy who worked for him. They
had been shot within five minutes, for
I could see blood still running from
their wounds. I could see no living
thing in sight, but I was about as
scared as any man who ever crossed
the Missouri river. I hurried on to
Fairplay and told the people about the
murder.
"At that time no one had ever heard t-
of the Espinosas. But murders were
being committed almost every day. j
These crimes were mostly along a trail
coming up into Middle Park from the
New Mexico line. There was one
striking peculiarity about these killings
the victims were always men and
were found In pairs. There was never
just one body or more than two. This
led to an investigation by committees
of vigilantes. It was then that we be
gin to learn of the dreaded Espmosas.
Lincoln's Proclamation Saves Life.
"But less than a week after Lehmann
and his hired man were ki'lod the mur
derers came back into that same lo
cality. I rant a man numed Carter and
another chap from rhe mine f Fair
play for lumber. Right near .Lenmann's
house Carter was shot dead on the
seat of his wagon, and the other fel
low was shot and left for dead. But
this second man had carried a 'book
in the left breast pocket of his vest.
With this book was a copy of presi- i
dent Lincoln's proclamation freeing the
slaves; the two together made a thick
package. The bullet intended for his
heart struck this pocket and did notj
go through, but stunned him. When r
he came to he was able to describe the
assassins and tell the direction Vney had
taken. I
"The day after this tragedy the j
brother of Col. Shoop and a man named J
Blnkley were shot dead 30 miles from
Lehrhann's place. That set the country
on fire. Capt. McCannon, Who was
mining over in California gulch where j
Leadville is now located got up a j
posse and came over to join some of j
us from Middle Park. I was one of the
crowd. I
Trcckins: Desperadoes. I
"On swift horses we tracked the Es j
pinosas down Into the Wet rrouiitaix
valley. They we're still killing as they '
went. Then we knew we were getting f
close to them. One morning, just al .
daylight, we came to the head of a lit- I
tie gulch, and off above the trees we
saw a thin column of smoke lifting.
We judged this was from the camp
fire of the Espinosas, and we sur
rounded the spot.
"Sure enough, the two Mexicans were
getting breakfast in a hol'ow. Capt.
McCannon ordered us not to shoot until
we were close In on the desperadoes,
but one of the boys got excited and be
gan to fire too soon. The nephew was
killed instantly, but the uncle made a
wonderful fight, and got away through
the trees and rocks. We followed him
for weeks, but got no further sight of
him.
"Later on, the old fellow was heard,
of in the southern part of the state,
in a locality known as Grayback can
yon. Tom Tobin, a famous old Indian
fighter, went out after him; I think he
went alone. After a long hunt, he lo
cated Espinosa, and they fought a duel
to the death. Tobin killed the outlaw.
Then he cut his head off and took It to
Fort Garland, where he received the
1000 reward that the government had
offered for the Mexican. That ended
that trouble."
IMMIGRATION MAN HERE.
J. B. Bryan, Immigration inspector in
charge of the district at Eagle Pass,
has been in the city for several days on
business, but left for home last night
Mr. Bryan was stationed at El Paso for
several years in the Chinese service,
and bears the reputation of being a
very efficient officer.'
SPENCER HOUSE AT
CANANEA DAi&lAG
Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. Dec 3
The Spencer rooming house, located!
mc Jiesa, near xiie water ionic,
been damaged bv fire. Three strp?
of water were played upon the biz
out the fire was not extinguished ui
after the roof had hfn rJostrnvofl
Tart Of th SPPOnd stnnr rTo-mocor? .J
siderably. The cause Is supposed.
oe raulty wiring- as thece were
stoves in the building: and th
started under the roof. The bulldim
owned by J. B. Spencer and Is lnsuj
Fred Gertz was runn-ne- th ronml
house. A number of roomers lest so
of their property. The loss was ab
buuo pesos.
The members of Masonic loderes
4 and 12 held a banquet at the Alex
aria hotel and officers were instai:
viii .Den no, auio. ixio. tell wi
you wish to buy, dell or rent, and
Herald will do the rest.
ALL KINDS OF GLASSES
Plate, Window, Skylight, Cathedral,
Automobile Shields, and Bull's Eye.
Tuttle Paint Glass Co.
BELL PHONE 206; AUTO PHONE 1206.
1IT
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I
A Bottle of
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is the very test kind of health insurance.
It is absoiutelv pure and safe and it3 re
sults are certain. This ias been conclu
sively proven during the past 57 years;
but prove it for yourself the next time
vou need a tonic and invi!?orant.
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH B3TTERS
is the ideal remedy 'or Poor Appetite,
Heartburn, Headache, Biliousness, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Colds, Grippe and
Malaria. Try it. Al Druggists.
We have a complete assortment
RIFLES SHOT GUNS
AMMUNITION
SADDLES, HARNESS
SPORTING GOODi
Come in and let us show you.
Shelton-Payne Arms Company
"SEE HOFFECKER"
FOR GLASS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Plate and Window Glass, All Kinds Rough Glass
The Largest and Only Exclusive Glass House inj the Southwest
WE RE-SILVER MIRRORS ;
i a. fci-AHiur sr. EL PASO, TEXAS
j EI Paso
I Theatre
Special New Year's Engagement Sunday & Monday Night
Jan. 1-2, Matinee Monday, Win. A. Brady Announces
"A Gentleman from Mississippi' '
THE GREATEST HIT IN YEARS
Night, 50c to $2.00; Matinee 50c to $1.50
CRAWFORD
THEATRE
Opening in Win. H. Crane's Great Comedy
Every Nite; Matinees, Wed., Sat. and Sunday
THE BIG- BITTNEE CO.
"COUNTY CHAPMAN"
MATINEES, 10c and 25c NITES, 15c, 25c, 35c
MAJESTIC
THEATRE
2 Shows Nightly
?rlce: 10-25c.
STARTING MONDAYrDEC. 25
The highest salary act in vaudeville,
JESSIE RUSSELL & CO.
and
4 OTHER ACTS 4
MATTICE-BUSH CO;
For your heating and pin
iner estimates. Our Eei
service is prompt and
liable. 109 N. Campbell,
El
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