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Saturday, Dec. 31, 1910. ;$
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Brevities
Semi-Annual
A Happy and Prosperous
New .Year
Clean Swee
Train Bulletin.
The Golden State limited from the
east, due at 3:50, is reported to arrive
at 4:15. The Sunset Mail from .the
east, due at 4 will arrive at 4:40. All
other afternoon trains are reported on
time. .
EI, PASO HEBAJLD
'
1911 lj, 1911
Sal
e
NowGoin
Twice a year we hold this Semi-Annual
CLEAN SWEEP SALE in order to. avoid
carrying any stock over from one season to
the next. Our entire (high grade) stock of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes are
included.
The Next 30 Days
Reduced 25 per ct.
The following will give you an idea as to
the tange of reductions:
Actor Worthing Bnrled.
'att Tnrk. X. Y" Dftn. 31. T7"r.iTTc
! "Worthing, the English actor, who died
on the stage at Detroit, was buried
here in Greenwood cemetery. Services
were held in the little church around
the corner.
Genuine enchiladas andv all Mexican
dishes. Concha, 217 "W. San Antonio.
Opening of "The Store Beautiful" in
January. "Watch for it.
Horaan sanatorium for tuberculosis,
ward rates $17.50 and ?20 per week;
single rooms $25 to $40. Treatment and
i nursing included.
INSTALLATION OF BOILER, FORT
BLISS, TEXAS, Dec. 2S, 1910. Sealed
proposals In triplicate for furnishing
and installing additional 40 h. p. boiler,
with setting fixtures and connections,
in Dumping plant here, will be received
f until 11 a. m., January 7, 1911. Infor
mation on application. Address pro
posals to G. V. S. Quackenbush, 1st.
Lieut. 23d Infantry, Constructing Quartermaster.
Iadies' Gunmetal, Button, Perfor
ated Tip, Extension tf OfE
Sale; $3.00 value.... V 1 OOf
Ladies' Patent Colt Blucher, Welt
ed Soles and Calf Tops, regular
$3.50 value, &g AK
At Bargain Table
No.l
Ladies' Kid, Gunmetal and Patent
Buttijn and Blucher, values from
$2.50 to $4.00; jour Q
choice tpl.OJ
Ladies' Fine Kid, Button or Lace,
Hand Turned Soles, Stage Last;
$3.50 value,
at
$2.95
Ladies' Patent Kid Blucher, Hand
Turned Soles, Plain Top, Short
Vamp; $3.50
value
$2.65
At Bargain Table
No. 2
Odds and ends this season's styles
but broken lots; values from $3.00
to $5.00; your
choice
$2.15
r-
Lerner Shoe Co.
HI
215 S. El Paso Street
The Day Nursery.
The board of managers of the Sun
shine society announces that the nur
sery will open Monday, January 2, at
408 South Ochoa. street. The aim of
the nursery is to care for the children
of mothers who work out during the
day. It is conveniently located for the
white women and also near to the Mex
ican women.
Wanted.
Tour sick furniture to repair at
It. L. Daniel Furniture Hospital.
Dr. Deatly, Am. Natl Bank Bldg.
Dr 3Iengel has moved to suite 314
Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Notice.
This is to notify the public that the
estate of J. E. Nagley, or Mrs. J. E.
Nagley is no longer connected with the
undertaking business known as Negley
& Kaster.
3Irs. J. E. "Nagley.
..August 31, 1910.
Plan Aviation School.
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 31. The only reg
ularly established school of aviation in
J this country will be started here soon
j by the Wright brothers. Frank Coffin,
representing the "Wrights, who has been
here for several days, will complete
arrangements at a joint meeting of the
city's business organizations today,
wnen the city will pledge half of the
expense of getting a site.
C. L. Blllington, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9, painting, paperhanglng, decorating
Xo MIstnfce.
Robertson, the Druggist, will move
to 213 San Antonio and be open for
business January 1, soliciting your
patronage.
Robertson, the Druggist.
Col. Gilbert's Christmas.
Santa Claus visited Col. Ley Gilbert
this week and handed him a large sized
package of rheumatism for his Christ
mas gift. The colonel is trying hard
to feel .grateful, but finds it diffl-
j cult, as the gift confines- him to his
rooms.
GIG BUILDING
FOR THE PL
JA
lodern New Structure to
Eeplace the Present
Plaza Block.
Arrangements are nearinjj completion
for the erection of a six-story rein
forced concrete buildinjj to cost $150,000
or $200,000 and to occupy the land on
which the plaza block now stands.
It will have a frontage of 120 feet on
Pioneer plaza between the new Herald
building and the new Anson 3fills build
ing, while it will have a depth of nearly
200 feet along the alleys on either side.
The front will be the most modern in
this section of ihe country, says Felix
Martinez. Already arrangements have
been made for ifhe lease of the struc- j
ture but it cannot be stated at this J
time who will occupy it. However, it 13 J
the general understanding that a de
partment store nvill use the premises.
The plaza block is owned by Felix
'Martinez, H. B. Stevens, Z. 1. White.
J. J. Mundy, and L. M Mundy.
TAKING POWDER OUT
OF THE SLAGPILE
Pour Experts Are at Work.
Bodies of Three Men
UnreeoYered.
Excavating with the steam shovel for
the bodies of the three men in tunnel two
in the smelter slag pile, ceased Friday
night.
Saturday morning a crew of expert
powder men went in to take out the
charges of powder from the three holes
in whieh the charges remained unex
ploded. It is probable that three or four days,
perhaps a greater length of time, will be
required to remove the powder. Then
work will be resumed by the crews of
laborers digging with shovels, the steam
shovel being removed fromthe scene as
it will no longer be necessary to use it.
Jack Williams, J. R. Fitzpatrick, Ed
ward Harris and A. Gills are the four
expert's who came from Bisbee to locate
the unexploded powder.
Extra Special Price on Canned Tomatoes
"We viave a lot of the finest extra
Standard Tomatoes In two pound cans
we have ever eaten. Every can guar
anteed. -Just to let you try them at a
small price we "will sell for $1.75 a case
of two dozen cans.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
121 Paxo Dairy Milk
Contains plenty of nourishment- and
should be on every table in El Paso. .
Wanted.
Your sick furniture to repair at
R. L. Daniel Furniture Hospital.
New Year Greetin
And may-
The mere thought of buying a
diamond suggest Silberberg's
gs
TEXAS & MESA
S
the iHssourl Pacific, the St. Louis &
San Francisco, the St. Louis South
western & Pacific railroad calling
through rates with certain tap line
connections have been suspended by the
commission from January 5, 1911 to
April 15.
To Observe January 1.
Monday all customs offices will be
closed all daj on account of its being
a legal holiday. At the postoffice all
business will stop at noon. Carriers
will make two deliveries in the busi
ness section and one in the residence
section during the morning, but no de
liveries will be made after nooii.
"WATER CUT OFF N'OTICE.
WATER WILL BE CTJT OFF IX
TERRITORY BOUXDCD BY WEST
SIDE OF 'STAXTOV TO EAST SIDE
OF OCHOA STREETS AND RIO
GRAXDE AXD HIGH STREETS, FROM
S A. M. TO 12 M , December 31, 1010.
CITY WATERWORKS.
AVILL E. RACE, SUPT.
Try McCuIlough's
El Paso Made Candies
The Best to be Had in the City j
Both Phones. 0pp. P. 0. JJ
Not because It is an honored custom,. but
because of the sincerity of our appreciation,
we want to take this year-end opportunity to
thank you for the part, you have.played in our
business prosperity' during the past year.
"We have made an earnest effort to serve
our patrons, without discrimination to the best
of our ability, and we take no little pride-in the
fact that this service has been uniformly satis
factory. Where unavoidable deficiencies have
occurred, a3 will occur in any business, our
patrons have been generoustoa degree.
You may be sure that during 1911 your-interests
will continue to receive our most care
ful consideration.
"The Store That Is Making a Record"
Wanied.
Your sick furniture to repair at
R. L. Daniel ' Furniture Hospital.
Longwell's hacks are the nicest.
To Our Patrons In the Sainss Depart
ment. The semi-annual interest on Savings
Deposits is due after January 1, 1911,
our patrons are respectfully requested
to present their pass books to have in
terest credited on same.
Guaranty Trust & Banking Company.
Shot While Hunting. N
San Antonio, Texas, Dec 31. Emil R.
Stiler of San Antonio, trainer for Marshall-academy,
was. accidentally shot
while hunting on his ranch near Com
fort, by Lieut- Charles L. Stevenson,
United States army, stationed at Fort
Sheridan, 111.
City hack stand. Tel. 1 or 1001.'
Dr. Crovider, eye, ear. nose and throat
602 Rio Grande Bldg
Run From Census Men.
Vienna, Austria, Dec. 31, The peo
n1 nf "Vienna, are fleeiner the caDitol
temporarily to escape the city census
because of its inquisitorial nature.
Every conceivable question, including
minute particulars as to sanitary ar
rangements of households, are asked.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe Bldg.
Hot Clam Bourrron wrm salt sprays
Elite Confectionery Co.
gjg Your"-
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LmwAWMfofc$m))pM Biff
unlLA&CiQiMlWKftfA I 1 Til Ck
(1(1 M LEDGER til 11 aJIJE
Will need supplies on January first.
DONT FORGET
We
are
OFFICE OUTFITTERS
Let us show you our complete assortment
of blank books and stationery. We have
just what you want.
International Book & Stationery Company
Herald Building
Dr. G. A. Reherd, Dentist, formerly
associated with Dr. P. H. Brown, has
been spending a vacation in Mexico. He
will occupy his new office. No. 308
American National Bank Bldg., Janu
ary 1, 1911.
Postoffice Ghost Walk.
$ Saturday the ghost walked for all
the employes, in the postoffice and in
the customs and immigration depart
ments at the customs house.
Ripe om ea.
Fancy ripe olives in bulk, 25 cents a
pint.
' Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
Milk Is Healthful.
There is no drink as healthful -as El
Paso Dairy milk.
Money To Loan
On Diamonds, YVIatches and Jew
elry at 3 percent a month and up.
Unredeemed Diamonds at half
their value.
THE DIAMOND SHOP
S. Lefkovitz, 314 San Antonio St.
division, has been promoted from class
1 to class 2.
LilHs Quits Banking.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 31. Jere S.
Lillis, who John P. Cudahy cut with 3
knife last March, has retired as presi
dent of the "Western State bank here.
Lillis made no announcement in regard
to his plans for the future. His hold
ings in the institution were bought by
J. Z. Miller, jr., who will succeed Lillis
as president.
Wanted.
Your sick furniture to repair at
R. L. Daniel Furniture Hospital.
No Meats
Too Good
For this
Market to
Handle
Saturday Specials
Prime Rib Roast, per lb 12c
Tfrunp Roast, per lb : 10c
Shoulder Roast, per lb -. 10c -
Sirloin Steak, per lb .' 15c j
Home Rendered Lard, per lb 174 I
Home Dressed Poultry, Pickles,
Kraut, Olives
OPITZ MARKET
213 N. Stanton St.
Bell Phone 136
To Start Five Deliveries.
Tuesday the carriers will start the
five delivery " system in the business
section, makinjr the first delivery abour
S o'clock in the morning-.
Wanted.
Tour sick furniture to repair at
R. L. Daniel Furniture Hospital.
Lonswell takes best care baggage.
Hold bag-gage checks for LongwelL
Get your baggage today, not tomorrow.
The patrons of our Savings Depart
ment are requested to leave their pass
books to have the semi-annual Interest
entered therein.
EI Paso Bank and Trust Company.
Postal Clerk Promoted.
Charles T. de la Beresford. a railwav
mail clerk on the El Paso-Los Angeles !
BIDS FOR CIUB HOUSE
WILL. CLOSE JANUARY 31
Bids for the construction of the new
El Paso and Southwestern railroad em
ployes club house will close on Janu
ary 31 instead of December 31 as pre
viously stated.
THE
RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK AND TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS,
WISHES FOR YOU! A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
1911.
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GALVESTON EXPORTS
EXCEED $200,000,000
Galveston, Tex., Dec 31. Forergn
exports atf this port for 1910 are valued
at $202,091,430, which were composed
of cotton, packing house products and
flour. Cotton exports were 2,42S,401
bales worth $137,231,661; packing house
products were worth $2,902,324, sent
principally to Cuba and Mexico. The
figures do not .include 502,451 bales of
coast wise trade sent to Isew York and
Boston.
We always keep on hand a Iarse
supply o small change with which, to
accommodate customers and others.
1 Paso Bank and Trust Ceayaay.
Open today until 8 p. m.
Mutt and. Jeff are with us. Another
appearance today on Classified page.
Every day in The Herald hereafter. ,
l
Have
You
Got Your Free Lot Yet
Lovers of Good Milk
Always have El Paso Dairy milk, be
cause it's pure and clean.
Wanted.
Your sick furniture to repair at
R, L. Daniel Furniture Hospital.
Give Longwell your baggage checks.
Card of Thanks.
"We wish to thank the friends and B.
of R. T. lodge for the floral offerings
and kindness s'nown in our late be
reavement. Mrs. Emmett Clark.
Mrs. Margaret Clark.
Dr. Starker, diseases of tjhe eye, ear,
nose and throat. 319-320 Caples Bldg.
Ochra From Mexico.
Nice fresh tender ochra from Mexico,
20 cents a pound.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353.
When You Want Milk
Order El Paso Dairy milk and you'll
get good milk. Both phones.
Tariffs Suspended.
Washington, D. C., Dec 31. Tariffs
filed with the interstate commerce com
mission by the .Kansas City Southern,
If Not, See Yesterday's (Friday's) Herald
For Full Particulars Then Beat It Up to the
ATONAL REALTY CO.
508, 509 Caples Building, El Paso, Texas
OFFICE OPEN' TONIGHT 'TIL S P. M.
BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE
OFFICE OPEX TOXIGHT TIL S P. M.
FREE For Today and Evening Only, Saturday, Dec. 31st, 1910

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