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Saturday, November 16, 1912
The Greatest and Most
Bring the Little Folks to See
The Doll Show
Legitimate Quitting Business Sale
EtHier Held in E?t "Paso
at the 23.z.r Old Stand
, In the Basement
EL PASO HERALD
Every man should attend this sale this evening. Every mother of a boy should bring the son up this
t evening. The best tailored suits and overcoats for men, youths and boys are on sale AT A MERE
FRACTION OF THEIR WHOLESALE COST.
We Say to You that you never bought such good dependable clothing, shoes, hats and furnishings
so ridiculously low. There is a chance coming today to save money as you never have saved.
GET HERE EARLY, BE HERE WHEN THE SALE STARTS AND .GRASP THE
OPPORTUNITIES THIS GREAT QUITTING BUSINESS SALE AFFORDS YOU.
COME AND HAVE YOUR CHOICE OF THE MANY BARGAINS.
COME TONIGHT -EVERYBODY COME
ntil II p. tn.
Clifford J. Halpern, Sales Manager
Jntil II p.
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Most Humane Way To KS Cattle Servian Off cers Proudly
isplaying Spoils of Victory
St 4.1 GHTEK IIS Q A BILI,
London England, Nov. 16 The prize of 100 pounds offered b the English
council of just.ce to animals for the most humane way of slaughtering ani
mals has been won by Mr Ransome, of the Roal College of Veterinary Sur
geons. Demonstrations with the new Instrument have been most successful.
The instrument is operated by compressed air. carries no cartridges, and
causes instantaneous death.
Head Aches? Co To Your Doctor
Headaches. Headaches. Headaches.
Btteusnesc. KHousness. BKousaess.
Constipation.' Constipation.- Coastipatfcw.
AVer's Pass. Acer's PHb. AVer's Pitts.
If your doctor says this is aH right, remember it !
Lowell. If ms.
If you pay as much attention to your advertising as
to your bank balance, you will soon be doing better
advertising and the bank balance will take care of
A v f
Prince Arscae, at Vranja, staadlBg beneath Tnrkish standards captar cd at Ugkah,
stuff officer; to his left, a British war correspondent.
Copyrighted by International News Service.
To his right is shown a
BALTIMORE FINAXC1KK OIKS
AT THE AGE OP 72 YEARS
Baltimore, Md.. Nov. 18. Dr. David
H. Carroll a leading financier of this
city is dead at his home here of Brlght's
disease. aged 72 years.. Tip to middle
life Dr. Carroll was a minister of the
Methodist Episcopal church. When
health compelled him to give up act
ive work in the ministry n 1872. no
engaged In business. At the time of
his death he was president of the Na
tional City bank and of the Consoli
dated Cotton Duck company.
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Bern hart, a local official, to Dayton,
but I said I would do the job alone.
"Having kept the dynamite in my
house that night, I took it the next day
to Dayton, where I placed it on a
bridge over the Miami river. It was
raining bard, so I left my umbrella over
the bomb to protect It, lighted the fuse
Received $97 Prom Hockin.
"The next day in Cincinnati, Hockin
did not appear anxious to pay me the
$100. He had a newspaper account of
the explosion. Finally he gave me $97
on the street.
"When the question of blowing up
the Harrison avenue viaduct in Cin
cinnati came up. Hockin said he was
not going to let me do it. as McK&mara
and Ryan were not pleased with the
way I had done th Dayton job. I had
left behind an umbrella with my ini
tials on it. he said, and they were like
ly to catch me.
"But he sent mr out to Compbell for
more dynamite. I took it home in a
basket and the next day, packing it in
a telescope case, delivered It by ap
pointment to Hockin and another man
at Fifth and Vine streets. That was In
August, 190S, and the explosion on the
Harrison avenue viaduct occurred on
AuguBt 6. Campbell had procured more
dynamite at the time he got the last
lot for me, going about four miles from
the place we met him to get it Two
more explosions occured in May. 1909,
and another in August, all on the
brldae which Ryan had pointed out,
but I did not do them.
"I went into dynamiting then, lis
tening to others, I was so inflamed
with the foolish idea that that was .a
good way to carry on a campaign
against non-union work. I certainly
knew I was committing a crime."
Bargains. Secondhand Pianos.
Dunn s Music Store, Trust Bldg.
Cleaning, pressing, dyeing. W rlekt.
ARRESTED AFTER FAI.SB
FIRS ALARM IS SOB.VDKD
Friday night at 10 oclock an alarm
was turned in from box "it." at the in
tersection of Second and El Paso
streets. The central fire company re
sponded but was unable to locate any
blase. Sam Kua. who conducts a lunch
stand in that vicinity, and Jose Men
doxa, who It was said were standing
near the box. were arrested, and
docketed at the station as suspicious
characters. The fire department, it was
stated, has been compelled to make
numerous runs for false alarms, and,
despite all efforts of the police, the
offenders have always evaded arrest.
a.uv (rioBDui tosc, ii i,ch auiieu, WQU1U
is shown that the defendants had any
connection with turning; in the alarm
i Friday night, a severe fine would be
rKACE BOND FOR MAX
AS RBSULT OF SIGX "W VR
The sign painters' war which was
launched judicially Friday morning in
Justice of the peace James J. Murphy's
court, following the issuance of sev
eral warrants for arrest, took a new
turn when Friday afternoon Fred Hay
ward, an employe of the Tut tie Sign
company, was placed under a $200
peace bond. The warrants for arrests
were issued on a complaint sworn out
by H. R. McClintock. of the McCllntock
The trial of the case against the
defendants which was scheduled to
come up Saturday morning at 9
oclock was passed until Monday. The
defendants were released on their own
Bargains. Serondhond Pianon.
Dunn's Music Store, Trust Bldg
CUaning, pressing- dyeing. Wright.
NEW RAILWAY POSTAL MEN.
Claude P. Chastain. of Ovalo. Tex.,
has been appointed transfer clerk at
the El Paso office of the railway mail
seriie. Lloyd B. Hammond, of Clayton.
X. M., lias also been appointed a postal
clerk on the Amarillo and Pecos run, re
porting to the Kl Paso office.
THE MOST beautiful
dolls you ever saw!
Yes, there are hundreds of
them! The pretty ones as
big as a real baby the co
quettish "flirt" doll the
dainty flason haired ones
the dashing brunettes
the quaint character dolls.
Every size and kind to de
light the heart of the little
We are making this early
showing for the convenience of our customers
that they may have ample time for preparing
the doll's outfit before Christmas.
GIVES A TITLE
Justice Court Holds That He,rse Bepght
at "Smuggler Sale" Cannot Be Re
covered From Parekaser.
Upholding the decisions of the fed
eral courts on the proposition that a
sale by the customs officials passed ab
solute title, justice of the peace. E. B.
McClintock Friday afternoon rendered
judgment in favor of the defendant in
the case of .Pedro A. Paredes vs. C. C
Ballinger, a" suit for sequestration of a
The plaintiff in the case testified
that the horse involved in the suit bad
been purchased by him at the time he
bought another. One was a domestic
horse he said, the one in the suit, and
the other was a Mexican product. Pa
rades said that both horses carried the
same brand, and the brand was regis
tered here and in Mexico. The duty on
the Mexican horse, be claimed, had been
Un September 1 both horses got out
of the plaintiffs corraL On September
15. Abe Molina, It was stated, was noti
fied that the two norses hau been cap
tured after they had crossea irons the
Mexican, side to the Texas side, and the
informant wanted to know what to do
with them. Molina, It was testified, ad
vised notifying the customs officials,
who, it was said, sent two guards out
and brought in the horses. The notice
of the sale at public auction was pub
lished and the horses were sold on
September 24. C. C. Ballinger purchased
one and the other was bought in by
The plaintiff claimed that the ani
mals strayed from this side and were
not subject to seizure, and that there
fore they were improperly sold. Fol
lowing the decision of justice McClin
tock, plaintiff gave notice of appeal to
the county court.
It was stated by the justice that in a
case of this character, the only recourse
left was to apply to the secretary of
the treasury and. if ownership is
proved, the purchase money paid the
government would be refunded, but not
Jose R. Rochin has been arrested here
on an extradition warrant charging Kim
with embezzlement of funds in the state
of Chihuahua. He was arrested Friday
afternoon and will be held for 40 days
pending the production of proof by the
To Sufferers From
Tour attention is Invited to an Eng-
Hah Remedy for tuberculosis which for
sometime has been used in Europe with
'wonderful success. Its claims have been
investigated and are vouched for by
reputable authorities and the benefits:
derived by Its users are little short of
marvelous. It is prescribed, by Eng
lish physicians. It' costs nothing to
investigate and it certainly will Wen
repay sufferers from tuberculosis, in
any form, to do so.
Inquiries addressed to C 958 Herald
will be promptly answered. Advt.
ARRESTED IN PHOEHIX AND
BROUGHT HERE FOR TRIAL
Jack Teasdale, alias, "the Overall Kid,'
is now in the county jail awaiting trial
on an indictment charging him with
having in his possession postage stamps,
alleged to have been stolen from United
States postof flees in different parte -
the country. Teasdale was indicted at
the same time that James Lynch, Harrv
Burke, alias Walter Clark, Harry Miller
and Albert Witten were arrested here
and taken to San Antonio for tria1.
Lynch was released on $1000 bond and
forfeited his bond. Miller was released
and the others were given prison sen
tences. Teasdale was arrested in Phoenix and
brought here to answer the charge
against him. He was supposed to have
been in Joares at the time the alleged
accomplices were tinder arrest here.
MKXICAX ACCXJSBD OF
BBJOTMG HIS TWO MULES
Because his two burros, which were
heavily laden with wood, did not move
fast enough to suit him. it was alleged
that Vidal Valdez, aged 5 years.
seised a club and beat the animals
over the head. That method falling to
increase their speed, it was asserted
he then beat them with the axe he
carried. Valdez was arrested on a war
rant for malicious mischief, issued out
of justice James J. Murphy's court.
Friday, and lodged in the county jalL
At the time bf the alleged maltreating
of the animals he was on the county
road between El Paso and Canutillo.
Gets Great Benefit
IssssBsssssssssssflisssssssflRL. 0- J
JAMES EGGAN, Myr
Merchants Distributing1 Association.
"It is the beet tonic a man
can take for a rundown
condition," he says of
Duffy's Pare Malt Whis
key. Men of positions of kapottaBce are
not free with testimonials of indorse
ment as a rule, and when they do speak
k is generally because they ate deeply
We find this is especially so in
matters pertaining to hearth.
Men as a rale pass over trifling ail
ments, but when they find themselves
seriously ill they see in a new light
where those dependent upon them
When men recover from condi
tions or serious illness they are
thankful and wish to help then fellow
men. It is in this generous spirit
that Mr. James Eggan, Manager of
the Merchants Distributing Associa
tion of Boston, Mass., so highly
VHOMS WIRES DAMAGKD.
The strong wind during the rain
storm Frldav crippled the telephone
lines brtnfi" Yslcta and El Paso the
" ' i He ll"nn donn in some
Duffy's Pure Mali Whiskey
There are thousands of hard working men and women who do not
break down altogether, but who are near it, who can profit by Mr. Eggan's
advice. At first they are merely run down and tired out Perhaps you
are one of these. If you are, begin to-day to use the greatest tonic stimu
lant known. It will improve your
appetite and digestion, which will
help make new rich blood and re
build the wornout tissues and feed
your starving nerves, which are send
ing out warnings.
All druggists, grocers and dealers.
$1 00 a large bottle Medical booklet and
doctors acHice scut fret on mpin-ition
The Duffr Malt hlskry Co. R.whcv-
ter, . Tt.
Mr. Bggan's Letter
"I have been taking Iuff s Pure
Malt Whiskey for the last 6 months
and find it a errand tonic to build up
a person who is run down as I was. I
find It is the r-est ton c. a man can
take for a run on condition."
JAMES EGGAN. Mg-
Mt rcnants Pisiributins Association
'V poer St, Boston Mass.