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EL PASO HERALD
Fridav, November 15, 1912
November Sale of
Whenever we hoW a sale we
offer Ac kind of suits and"
make a priee that will interest
every nan who seeds a suit
Tomorrow we place, on safe
ow entire stock of high grade
suite at prices that will cause
every man to look up and take
notice. They're the best styles
and colorings of the season in
all the most wanted materials.
Every maw who wants a high
grade wk at a GENUINE
reduction should look these
Your Neighbor's Doin' It
and Saving Money. Why can 3t you ?
OrderYour Groceries & Meats from the Montana Grocery and Market
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lurney iomorrow Sl&CC
$30.00 SUITS FOR
$25.00 SUITS FOR
$22.50 SUITS FOR
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You will be sure to get a good one
MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS MEATS
Select Oysters Springers Hens
Montana Grocery and Market
"QUALITY AT THE RIGHT PRICE."
Corner Montana and Ochoa Sts. 'Phones 2848 and 2867
Out of Town Orders Carefully and Promptly Filled.
Central Market Co., Inc.
Sue. to Ardoin's Market
Fresh Pork Ham,
per lb 171-2c
Fresh Pork Shoulder,
per lb 17c
per lb 10c
Veal Shoulder .-...-.15c
Veal Breast 10c
Mutton Shoulder ?. 8c
Lamb Breast 10c
Leg Mutton 15c
Short Eib Roast. .-.-.18c
Loin Steak 20c
Corn Beef 121-2c
Dressed Hens 20c
large, per lb 25c
small, per lb 27 1-2
Dressed Turkeys . . -25c
Dressed Ducks. .271-2c
Fresh Eggs 35c
Fresh Butter 35c
Green Peas 15c
Green Lima Beans. .15c
Cucumbers, per lb.7 l-2c
Okra, per lb 20c
Bell Peppers, lb. . 17 l-2c
Brussel Sprouts 15c
Celery, 2 for 15c
Lettuce, 2 for 15c
Tomatoes . .v. 10c
Casaba Cantaloupes 35c
There's nothing so gratifying as to know that what we eat is clean
especially meat, because if meat k not handled right and kept fresh and
clean away from the dust and flies, it's the most dangerous of all food.
We ihvke your inspection of this shop. See the sanitary way of
Loin Steak, per Vb .. . .20c
Prime rib roast, per lb . J 5c
Corned beef, per lb . . .' . .,.... . . . .'. . . . 1 10c
Home dressed hens, per lb . ." :20c
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
H. G. Schneider
107 S. El Paso St.
1 ym I
iwi A, 3rK ff -5?
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Expert Shoe Fitters
215 El Paso St.
Half Block Sooth of Sew HoeI
Fish, Oysters, Lobsters, Shrimps and AH
Kinds of SeaFood When Obtainable
Central Market Co.. Inc.
SO STRIKE ORDER
GIVEN TO TRAINMEN
Thursday night was the time set by
the G. H. trainmen and switchmen for
the walkout of their strike against
the railroad system, but no strike oc
curred, although It was expected by
the men until after midnight Ko rea
son has yet been given for the failure
of the union officers to declare the
strike, but It is thought that the rail
road has asked for further time is
which to consider the demands of the
men. for the return of the desired
clauses in their contract.
ADS BY raoXE.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad. in
The Bl Paso Herald is 25 cents. It
reaches an average of about 7V.M4
readers eaeh issue.
Sue. to Ardoin's Market
ADlAMS IS BROUGHT FROM
HOPE Off FORGERY CHARGES.
J. G. Adams, who was indicted here
by the grand jury on a charge of
forgery, and arrested at Hope, N. M.,
several days ago, was brought to Bl
Paso Friday morning by state ranger
C H. Webster. It was alleged that
several months ago Adams had suc
ceeded in passing these checks on Aus
tin & Marr real estate firm - and the
Coney Island bar. After reaching Hie
ctty, Adams was lodged In the coun
SCHOOL MA'AM TO WEAR HALF HOSK
Men's white half hose will be worn
throughout the winter by Miss Cather
ine Henry, a young high school teacher,
of St Elmo, 111., because Theodore
Roosevelt was not elected. As a result
of Taft losing. Lester Wyeth promises
to wear his. old straw hat until spring.
SIXTH JUROR IS SECURED
TO TRY SNKBD CASK
! Fort TVorth Texas, Nov. 15. A sixth
juror was chosen today in the case of
John Beal. Sneed. on trial charged with
the murder of Capt A. G. Boyee, sr.
Prospective jurors are being guarded
as carefully as jurors. Judge Swayne
has instructed the veniremen to "knock
down any man who tries to discuss the
case with them."
TJHE RESTLESS CHILD.
The principal causes of restlessness
and sleeplessness in children is indiges
tion, usually brought about by unsuit
able food, overfeeding, or irregular meal
If a child cries a great deal, is restless
and loses sleep, look to the food, and the
imes at which it is given.
Another cause of sleeplessness which is
frequently overlooked is too much light
in the room. It is natural to sleep in
the dark, and it fe particularly desirable
that children should do so, for they
are very sensitive to all impressions.
The tender eyes and brain need the
complete rest and relaxation that dark
ness permits. In spring and summer
when the sun rises at 5 oclock or earlier
children will waken unless the room is
A green- blind is beet for this purpose,
and it is advisable to use it in the child's
bedroom if nowhere else. Philadelphia
VERBECK IS TO
RETIRE WITH DIX
Albany. X. Y Nov. 15. Adjutant
', general Verbeck has announced that
he will retire from office with governor
Dix at the close of the present year.
j "I am not a candidate for major gen-
, eral, as has been reported," said Gen.
TjATER THAS "BUN5TY HUG."
Miss Eleanora Sears has added to
her repertory of originalities by pre
senting in Boston a new dance of Vr
own invention. She calls U "the
chicken flip." Harold Vanderbilt to
whom she has several times been re
ported engaged, was her partner. an2
according to those who witnessed the
first performance, the "turkey trot."
"bunny hug" and "grizzly bear" are
now relegated to the rear. The evolu
tions into which Miss Sears and Har
old entangled themselves made the
guests gasp, then applaud. Later all
Barter Oil Heater.
Laurie Hardware Co., MS Mills St
J 5 Extra
A, fa i at
k fry v $3,
We're bow showing Fall and
Wirter shoe styles for all the
family that you'll find it hard to
deplicate for the money. They
i eoote from the best manufacturers
and are especially adapted for
El Paso wear.
Wise men asd women will buy
their shoes now. Those who
wait will find stocks badly brok
en. Come in this week!
AMERICAN SHOE STORE
C. A. Sabine
1 10 Mesa Avenue
V&Xwn ffwV .OTVrgo
34Tn DISTRICT COURT.
San M. Jaeksea, rresldlnff.
H. E. Green vs. Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe Railway company, suit for
$15,000 for personal Injuries; with jury.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall. Presiding.
r i VinVsll t Rln Hrajide Railway
company, trespass to try title; in
structed verdict for plaintiff.
H. M. Mundy vs. Phobua FrudenthaJ,
trespass to try title: on trial.
A. S. J. Bylar, Presiding.
Sebastina V. Gomes, charged with
lestroying a bridge; released on ?S
Guaranty Trust & Banking company
s J. C. reterson. suit on ?4M note;
Guaranty Trust & Banking company
vs A, J. Murphy, et aL, suit on S 273.58;
filed. . . ,
Raul Barala, charged with carrying
a pistol; complaint filed.
E. B. McCllntock, Presiding.
Smith & Roberts vs W. B. Johnson,
suit for SU0: filed.
Smith & Roberts vs El Paso &
Southwestern eompany. Rock Island
Railway company, and Wells-Fargo
Express company, garnishment suits;
Brown & Brown vs Frank Brenk,
et al, suit for S2S; filed.
W. W. Lewis vs V. L. Snyder, suit
on notes for $102; filed.
Pomroy Transfer company vs E. C
Peering, suit for JJ1.59; filed.
Calisher Department Store vs G. A.
Bush, suit on account lor ?141; niea.
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
TV H. Tuttle, Fred Hayward. Baric
MUKr and lUchard, charged with ma
licious mischief; complaint filed.
J. S. Curtis, charged with exceeding
tb speed limit; acquitted. '
Santa Fe Fuel company ts. Sam Les
kOTitz, suit on account for $36.64; filed.
Becilio Otero vs. Emll Strauss, suit
for conversion, ?47; filed.
H. Danneberg vs. R. E. Allen and J.
H Hurxthal, suit ofr conversion,
Mariana Zuneya vs. Santa Fe Fuel
company, suit for wages due, ?13; filed.
Bonficio Rojas vs. Santa Fe Fuel
company, suit for wages due, S14 50;
Severiano Camiago vs. Santa Fe Fuel
company suit for wages due, S19.50;
Martiano Morales vs. Santa Fe Fuel
company, suit for wages, due. filed.
Marcino Ibano vs. Santa Fe Fuel
DON'T GIVE UP
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ADJUTANT GEWERAI. VKRnECK
Verbeck, "or for reappointment as ad
jutant general." Gen. Verbeck has been
actively identified with the national
guard since 1S0, when he enlisted in
the Fifth California infantry. His con
nection with the militia of this state
riatex from 1SSS. The name of Omi.
! Samuel M. Welsch. of Buffalo, has been i
mentioned for appointment as the new
COMMERCE COURT SUSPENDS
ORDER OF COMISSIOX
Washington, D. C, Nov. IS. The com
merce court today permanently sus
pended and enjoined the order of the
interstate commerce commission in the I
New York sugar lighterage case. The
order required the railroads concerned
to cease the payment of allowances to
Arbuckle Bros, for the lighterage
of sugar from Brooklyn to the New
Jersey terminal of the railroads when
such allowances were not paid to the
The court held the interstate com- I
.nerce commission had eceeded its au-
Discouraged Citizens Mill Find Comfort
In the Experience et aa
Kl Paao Man,
Experience is the modern instructor.
Profit by the experience of others.
It may save your life.
The experience of friends and neigh
bors. The test'inrny of Bl Paso people
Will bring renewed encouragement.
Here is a case in point:
B. Louis, 167 Overland St., Bl Paso,
Tex., says: "I used Doan's Kidney
Pills for various kidney troubles and
they did me more good than all the
other remedies I used put together. I
suffered from weak kidneys and had to
get up at night In the morning I was
all tired out and my back ached. I
heard how effective Doan's Kidney
Pills were and I got a supply and used
them as directed. After using two or
three boxes I was cured. Since then I
have not had any further trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo. New York,
sole agents for the United States
Kpmi mber ttr name Doan's and
iae no ui&'.r. -Au.v. .
phone 4340. Every Good Buyer Will!-
Appreciate These Regular Prices
Just received a new and complete line of fresk nuts
per ft .-
Soft Shell Almawdo,
Imported Smyrna Figs, ng
Florida. Grape Fruit,
3 fiae ones
Apples, for cooking or
eating, per lb
Frait Cake, - -fk
5 lbs. net PJl
Cauliflower, fine aad -i fU.
pec lb -. OC
BLUE ETBBON EGGS
Every one guaranteed, per dozen.
Heine's Chow Chow, if
per pint IOC
Heias's Soar Piektes, " fg
per dozes Wv
Heinr's Sow Mixed 1 P
Pickles, per pint JLOC
Heisrfs Sweet Mixed IP.
Pickles, per pint A Zj C
Heinz's Mince 'Meat, Q f
per lb ttUC
2 btroefees .....
California Bead Lettuce,
2 for .
2 for .--.
s Jfyr Afa- Oul
M9H, TtTmtm XVv CSW
per lb ...
BLUE RIBBON BUTTERr
Better Butter is impossible, pound 40c; two "for 75c
Heine's Dill Piekles, ftn
per doz avC
Heinz's Sweet Piekles, 0"-
per pint sUC
Heinz's Sweet Midget Ofl,,
Piekles, per plat OlC
Heinz's Sauer Kraut, C
per ft OC
Extra Large QneeH ?fl
Olives, pwt .. 6llC
Ripe Olives, ?fi
per pint twC
Stuff ed Sweet Peppers, "t(n
lOT mm " B
per ft .,..-.-tjtt n -if,, JLVC
Fresk OBatoee, ig
2 lbs ;.... IOC
Oregon Pooe8, op
12 lbs ....40C
Sweet Potatoes, y f
12 fts OC
Oyster Cocktaai Saaee, ff
AH NatJoaal Biecrat Co.'a O r
lepkgs. 3 for mOC
Home Made Grape JeSy, Of?
new, 2 for j. r, aOC
BLUE RIBBON FLOUR
A Perfect Family Flour :.
24 lbs. 85c
.48 lb6. $1.65
3 pkgs ..
Creaaa of Wkeat,
2 pkgs .-.
AabtoB'B Pancake Floor,
Flour, 2 pkgB
Noodles, Spaghetti, Ver
micelli, Macaroni, 3 Tor. .
Blue Ribbon Coffee,
For tibe Laundry
largest sice ..
1 lb. Sddy's Staxi
3 pkgs .
24 Male Team Beraz,
2 pkgs .- .
3 bars ... .
AH White Soaps,
Pearl White Soap,
4 fts ;
TURKEYS TURKEYS TURKEYS
We will have the choicest lot of turkeys that will be
in El Paso this season. We had the best last year,
and we're getting our supply from the same grower
as before. Place your orders in advance of Thanks
giving and be sure and get just what you want.
We handle nothing but
best, at prices as low as
of far superior quality.
Belted Roast, -s (
Eastern Meats. T3ie very
native slaughter stock and
per lb ...
Prime Rib Roast,
per lb .
Ig f Lamb,
per ft .-.
Leg of Mutte,
Swiff s Premntra Bacon, o f .
per ft kJ
Swiffe PreAhm Hasaa, n)
per ft Aj6C
Hen, dressed and drawn,
and drawn, per lb
company, suit for wages due. J10; ftlei
Ponclano Loaiza ts. Santa Fe Fuel
company, suit for wages due, J4.33:
Margarito Del Rio ts. Santa Fe Fnel
company, suit for wasres due. $15 S2.
Marcas Rivas s Santa Fe Fuel com
pany, suit for wages due, $17.25; filed.
John Garcia, charged with disturb
ing the peace; fined $1 and costs.
HAD OXB GOOD QUALITY.
"Did you notice any suspicious char
acters about the. neighborhood"?" the
"Shure. er honor," replied the new
policeman, "I saw but one mac and I
asked him what he was doing there at
that time o' night9 Sex he, u nave no
business here just now, but I expect
to open a jewelry store in the vicinity
later on ' At that I says, 'I wish you
success, sor." "
"Yes," said the magistrate in a dis
gusted tone, "and he did open a jewelry
store in the vicinity later on. and stole
"Begorra. yer honor," answered the
ooliceman after a pause, "the man may
have been a thafet but be was no liar."
DEATHS AND BTTEIALS
MRS. TOMASO I K I.OSAXO.
Mrs. Tomaao U de Loiano, aged :
ears, died Thursday night at 7 oclock
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Francisco Escobar, at the intersection
of Tornillo and Fourth streeas. There
was no physician in attendance. Coro
ner E. B. McClintock. who held the in
quest at noon Friday, pronounced death
due to senility. The deceased was a
native of Guadalajara, Mexico, but had
lived here for a number of years. Her
daughter here is the only known rela
tive who survives her.
He I never dispute with an old man.
She How about an old woman '
He Oh. I never dispute with a wom
an of any age. Boston Transcript
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