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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, November 16, 1912
Did You Know
That we carry the finest, freshest and most complete
line of yegetables and fruits to be found in El Paso in
our Jackson Grocery Company store. We have fresh
tomatoes, reen beans, spinach, celery, lettuce, arti
chokes, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cucumbers, pars
ley, green chili, bell peppers, Florida grape fruit, ber
ries, red juicy oranges, bananas, lemons, apples, etc.
We can give you perfect serviee if you telephone your
order in the afternoon for your next day's need. Don't
iorget to include a can of Chase and Sanborn's "Seal
Brand" Coffee, steel cut or ground. 1 lb. can 45c; 2
lb. ean ,85c.
Chase & Sanborn's
The WarH's Best Ceffee
Amber Blend, per lb. .30c
Sunflower Eggs, every one good, per dozen 40c
Gold Coin Flour, pure soft wheat .
24 pounds for ."..- 856
48 pounds for .' , ... 1 . . .;. .$1.65
Imperial or American Lady Fi&ur
Made from pure hard wheat
24 pounds for .- 90c
48 pounds for $1.75
Kneedii, a pure vegetable oil
duct, purer and better than
lard. 5 lb. can, 70c;
H lb. can.
3 cans extra tuM pack, red
rife tomatoes, for . . .
Per case ....'.
2 large cane Yarn Camp's
Golden Pumpkin for
(Told Rar Brand Peaches, uer
dozen $2.75: ner can SOC
Vew Heinz Saurkrant, Dill PfckleS;
Mince Meat, etc., just in.
Large mammoth Queen Olives, In
bulk; per jint. 20e; ACr
quart . T" 3 C
Holland Herring. rf- OJT
Alilehers, per kit wl &
Griffin ind Skelley's new pack As
paragus , No. 1 tall red cans, -S
tips, each JL O C
Per dozen $1.65
Oar Deliveries for East M Paso Ipave .each day at 11
- Vjlock, Smeltep-DeMYfitty each, day at 7:30 a. "m.
ORDER EARIT2V:BEEASE. '''
Oar phones are kept mighty busy these mornings, so if yon please, telephone
in. tiie afternoon for your next day's needs we can give you better service.
Mail Orders Promptly Pilled.
Jackson Grocery Co.
Standard Grocery Co.
MTH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan X. Jackson, Presiding.
H. E. Green vs. Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe Railway company, suit for
;2E,000 damages for personal injuries;
lury unable to agree on verdict was
James G. Jordaw vs. Anna B. Jordaw.
luit for divorce; filed.
41ST DISTRICT COIRT.
A. M. Walthall, Preflfdlag.
H. M. Mundy vs. Morris Freudenthal,
respass to try title; verdict for plain -
A. S. J. Brier, PtVbk.
Adolph Hoffman vs. City of El Paso,
luit for $30 damages; on trial.
X. B. MeCJIntoek, PreHidtag.
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0 lheonI'nsPowcrermae 1
W framRoyalGiapeC&ainofTarfar 11 jl
Is Madejrom Grapes if B
Altura Blend, per lb. .35c
Old Homestead, lb.. 40c
Seal Brand, per lb 45c-
2 lbs. for 85c
The purest and sweetest in Afj.n
El Paw, per pound fxiC
No. 2 tall blue cans ..
tips, for . .".
Per dozen '...'.
No. 1 square ease, ;
No. 2 1-2 square cms, whole
No- 21-2 square cans, whole, OA
large white OlC
15c, 35c, 65c and...
New Seeded Raisins, Currants, Cit
ron, Peel, Nuts, Pure Apple Cider
and Boiled Cider, Shelled Almonds
Blue Ribbon, 2 pounds
James Klaus, charged with assault to
murder; complaint filed.
Raul Valera. alias Raul Varela,
charged with assault to murder; com
Mariano Martinez, charged with rob
bery by assault; bound over to grand
jury on $500 bond.
Rosendo Araisa, charged with bur
glary: complaint filed.
Pedro BL Paredes vs. C C Ballinger;
suit for possession of a horse; Judg
ment for defendant
J. J- Murphy, Presiding.
Jess Robinson, charged with exceed
ing thespeed limit; fined $1 and costs.
E. W. Kayser. charged with exceeding
the speed limit; fined $5 and Costs
Ramon Membrlla, charged with as
sault; fined $6.
Tee Geo, charged with assault; com
Tidal Valdex, charged with malieious
mischief: complaint filed.
-Fred Hayward, peace bond proceed
ings, released on $3e bond.
CORNER IS SOLD
J. M. Wyatt as Trustee Bays From Mrs.
Hammett at $1000 a Front Foot
or $8.93 a Square Foot.
- Overland street property sold for
$120,000 Saturday. Mrs. B. F. Ham-
l roett has disposed of the two story
I building on the corner ot South Oregon
I and West Overland streets to J. M.
I Wyatt, aetinc as trustee for others, for
j.that amount, which is $1000 a front
toob or $a.a a square iooi. xne prop
erty has a frontage of 120 feet on Over
land street east from -the Oregon street
intersection to the alley between Oregon
and Broadway. It contains 13440 square
feet and is covered by a two storv brick
building, the second floor of which is
the Fraternal Brotherhood hall.
Associated with Mr. Wyatt, who acted
in the capacity of trustee, are said to be
C. A. Kinne and J. J. Watts. The deal
was arranged Friday evening, the earn
est money paid and the transfer will be
made as soon as the abstract is exam
ined. It is understood: that the property
was bought for the purpose of selling it
to Overland street buusiness men who
expect to erect a business block there
or remodel the "resent business build
ing. It is-known that . Klein, Ralph Tal
pis and others were -negotiating for the
gurchaee- of the property witn tbe ia
ntion of dividing- it and remodeling
the building for the use of their retail
dry goods stores. Other merchants were
associated with them in a syndicate, but
before the deal for the purchase of the
property could be closed it was pur
chased by Mr. Wyatt. acting as trustee
for Messrs. Kinne, Watts and others.
Mr. Wyatt declined to discuss the
r purchase, other than to say that it was
Dougm -j or principals wnose names Be
did nob care to disclose. He said, how
ever, that no new -building would be
built there, as far as he knew.
BULLDOG- PET IS
Will Tiat Permit Masherp to Approach
Bis 31 1 tress and Insists on Sleep
ing on Something "White.
According to Maj. C A. Davis, the
veteran theatrical man, MI63 Olive
Skinner, leading- woman of "Old Ken
l tucky," who will be hare Sunday and
i Monday nights at the El Paso theater,
r has a pet English bulldog. Boxer, that
I is her Inseparable companion on the
J streets and in the theaters where the
' The dog's devotion to his mistress is
almost pathetic, the major declares.
Boxer is Miss Skinner's bodyguard and
he fills the role effectively. His war
like appearance never fails to demoral
ise and rout all wouldbe mashers and
One night last week In Los -Angeles,
according to major Davie, Mies Skinner
was or the way to- her Hotel, after the
performance, when a man, oonsiderablj
under the influence of liqne made-bold
to apeak to her. Boxer OBServed the
stranger and noted his approach to his
mistress. He bristled up, showed his
ferocious teeth and gave a growl that
caused the individual to make a pre
Nothing would induce the actress to
part with her pet. although at times
Boxer is somewhat of a trial. He has
a habit of trying to sit on Miss Skin
ner's lap, but, as he weighs something
over 80 pounds, he is not exactly the
sort of a lapdog she desires.
Boxer is particularly fond of sitting
oh the white rug WMen Miss Skinner
has spread on the floor of her dress
jngrajon to protect -her costumes, but
Ire is -satisfies! when be can lie down
on one' of his mistress' white satin
J dresses, and he does it if he isn't
TEXAS TAX VALUES
Total Assessed Valumtlen In State Per
1813 Aggregates ?22ei,7T5, as
Shown by Corrected Tables.
Austin, Tex., Nov. I. 'The assessed
wealth of Texas is found tb be $6,0lS,
275 greater than at first announced
several days ago by the controler's de
partment. The first figures were based
Ik several instances' on summaries re
ceived by a few missing counties.
The actual rolls of these counties
have now been received and this shows
the increase from the first figures as
The first figures gave & total valua
tion for 1912 of ?2.52.S91,775, which
was a net Increase of $11,059,030 over
the previous year, while the figures
given out may show the total assessed
valuation to be ?2, 532,710,050, which
discloses an increase of J17.077.M5 over
last year, instead of Jll,e6t,S0.
State treasurer' J. M. Bdwards an
nounced today to the governor in his
annual report that the present tax r
of 10 eenu on the $100 valuation will
not be Sufficient to meet the expendi
tures of the state government for the
fiscal year ending Aug. 31, 1913. The
treasurer points out that the four cent
tax rate of 1910 brought on a deficiaacx.
Of about $750,000 in 1911, and the 19 1-1
cent tax rate of 1911 was not sufficient
to cover this deficiency and take care
Of the appropriations for 1911 and 1912,
consequently the state treasurer says
the result will be another deficiency
WEBBER DENIES HE
New York, N. Y., Nov. 16. In the,
trial of the four "gunmen" accused of
killing Herman Rosenthal. "Bridgie"
Webber took the stand today and de
nied that he shot Rosenthal or saw
him shot He also denied that any
thing was said In his poker rooms on
the night of the murder, when the four
gunmen were gathered there, concern
ing Jaok Hose desiring tbe gunmen to
meet police lieutenant Becker's men in
order to furnish proof that Rose had
nothing to do with "framing" Jack
Harry Vallon was called and cor
roborated the rebuttal testimony by
Webber. He did not, he said, shoot
Rosenthal, or see the shooting.
Sam Schepps next took the stand and
likewise denied firing a shot at Rosen
thal or seeing him slain.
"Bald Jack" Rose followed with sim
ilar denials. .
Cleaning, pressing; dyeing. AVrlght.
Old Mode of Transportation In the World's Latest War
V train of Serbian cobo wagons,
across the frontier to I skull.
50x200 ft. on G. H. track, in
' 2 lots on Oro St., near Piedras,
isrr.... ..: L seso.oo
E? : ".T:. s: w:. $6,000.00
l;T.brV.31! 3!!!!aDa $8,500.00
S-room liew-lSngalaw, 309 Lee ( A ebf ff
st e. ...,v. :...... :v.. $4,UU.UU
New 8-reom briek (under 'construction) on Hawthorne St.,
ZSUtt..v.. .'...'. $8,000.00
13-room brick, 29 Upson Ave., front- (H -fl ty AAA if
ing Cleveland Square, corner alley .. pI&UUUUu
8-room brick, 1280 San Antonio St., f"7 PAA ff
a very great bargain P ,0V.vr"
Latta & Happer
No. 207 Mesa Ave. Heal Estate and Insurance.
THAN "SOMETHING JUST AS GOOD"
l or a woman to aaorn ner neaa witn
, false braids, puffs and rats, or a man
. to wear a topee, is like buying an off-
brand -hair preparation Instead of New
bro's Herpicide. The "false hair" and
the "off brand" are both substitutes for
the real thing. The original is. always
conceded to be better tjjan any imita
tion or substitute. "Something Just as
gcod" is i heresy of the rankest kind.
Newbro's Herpicide is the original
remedy and does as -promised. Years
of success and thousands of satisfied
users have made it standard. Herpicide
kills the dandruff germ, kfeeps the scalp
clean and stops falling hair. Its proper
GAME IS A TIE
(Continued-from page- 1. J
Tiger's 40 yard, line; Dewltt plunged
inrougn ine line iur iuur -yarns ana
after Tale was penalized Jive yards
for offside, added five more. Yale .
strengthened, and after Sheldon -went
in for Bomeister, Dewltt kicked over j
the goal line for a touchdown. The
ball was put in play on Yale's 20 yard !
Wheeler gained four yards. Flynn
Sunted to Princeton's SS yard line and ,
:. Baker ran back 12 yards. S. Baker ,
added two yards through tackle, but
on a fake kick failea to gain. Dewltt
punted to Yale's 25 yard line.
Loftus took Wheeler's place for Yale i
and Arnold took Pendleton's place in
the Yale line. Dewitt punted to Yale's
46 yard line. Here the third forward
pass was made and It proved te be a
success, Flynn to Sheldon, putting the
ball on the Tiger 40 yard line. '
PBBipelly Tleo the Score. j
Pumpelly made a field goal from the !
50 yard line, tieing the score, six to six.
Princeton kicked off. An incompleted
forward pass was made. Another for
ward pass also hit the ground. '
On the first scrimmage "'Stew" Baker
made three yards through the center ,
and the game then ended with the ball t
in Princeton's possession on her own 30
ard line and the score 6 to 6.
! POOTDAI. RESULTS.
Harvard 3; Dartmouth 0.
Navy 4: North Carolina A. &. H. 0.
Pennsylvania, 34; Indians, 36.
Brown, 21; Lafayette, 7.
Williams, 12; Amherst, 0.
Army, 16; Tufts, S.
Wale freshmen, 17; Harvard fresh
Chicago, 10; Illinois, 0.
LORIHBH UNDERGOES OPERATION.
Chicago. Hl Nov. 16. Surgeons
operated on Wm. Lorimer, former
uuitea auiies smnniur, xor apifQuurcjiw
today. The operation, performed un
der the direction of Dr. Arthur Dean
Sevan, chief surgeon at the Presby
terian hospital, was declared to be a
HEAVY SNOW AT ROSWBLL.
Rosweil, N. M., Nov. 16. Three inch
es of snow fell In Rosweil and vicin
ity today, the first of the season, and
the heaviest in November In recent
i Mr. Jawback My dear, I was one of
the first to leave. Mrs. Jawback Oh.
! yoa always say that Mr. Ja-svback I
can prove It this time. Look out in the
hall and see the beautiful umbrella I
' brought home, Toledo Blade.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad. in
The El Paso Herald is 2S cents. It
reaches an ave-age of about 70,000
readers each Ijaue.
drawn 1 bullockw gladly given up
East El i?aa ((
COSTS NO MORI
use before baldness appears makes
false hair and wigs unnecessary.
Newbro's Herpicide In feOc and $1.00
sizes is sold by all dealers who guar
antee it to do all that is claimed. If
you are not satisfied your money will
Applications m?y be obtained at good
barber shops and hair dressing parlors.
Send 10c in postage for sample and
book on "The Care of the Hair," to
The Herpicide Co., Dept. R, Detroit,
Kelly & Pollard, Special Agents.
NOT IN DANGER
that B. T .., Sullivan.' the famous
j st side leader of Tammany hall, was
BIG TIM STJLI.IVAN
dying and that he would never occupy
the chair in congress to which he has
just been elected, is denied by intimate
FORMER GOVERNOR MUR.VBEK
DIBS AT HIS HOME HV IOWA.
Clermont. Iowa, Nov. 1. Former
governor William Larrabee, of Iowa,
died vat his home near here at 10:35
this morning. Mr. Larrabee was born
at Ledyard, Conn., Jan. 20, 1832. and
was the son of Capt. Adam Larrabee
and Hannah Gallup Lester Larrabee.
He was a member of the Iowa senate
from 1868 to 1886 being elected gov
ernor of the state in 1886 and serving
Sunday School TeacherWhat Is
conscience. Tommy? Tommy Ah in
ward monitor. Sunday School Teach
erAnd what is a monitor, Johnny?
Johnny An ironclad boat. Chicago
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Richard V. Pearson
The Local Home of Royal Tailored-to-Order, Clothes.
110 TEXAS STREET
ROUSSEAU'S YIEWS OH LOVE
New Discovered Latter Writte te a
'end of the Philosopher
Has Been Found.
A rensrkabte autograph letter oi
Jean Jacques Rousseau, showing in a
vivid light hie views on the subject of
love, has just been made public is
connection -with the Rousseau centen
ary, and is considered by the critics
to be an important addition to our
knowledge of the great philosopher.
The letter was written in 1759, the
year in which "Nouvelle Hetoise" wa
published, and is addressed to Deleyre,
Comte de Croiseul's secretary, who
had just become engaged to he mar
ried. It nme as follows:
"Dear Deleyre: "Fou have Bade aa
Idiotic mistake, for if yon continue to
love a. promise is superfluous, -while
if you cease loving it is useless, and
you may cause yourself the greatest
embarrassment. But perhaps your
promise has been paid for in spot
cash. If so, I have nothing more to
say. You have signed it with youi
blood. That is almost tragic. How
ever, I do not know that the ink
wherewith one writes makes any dif
ference in the faith of tbe person who
signs. I quite see. that love makes
children, of philosophers, Just as it
does of the rest of us.
"Without being your friend, my
dear Deleyre, I have a friendly feeling
lor you, and I am alarmed at your
present condition. For heaven's sake,
consider that love is only an illusion,
and that one sees nothing as it really
is when one loves."
It is pointed out as showing a curi
ous trait in Rousseau's character that
"Joe letter was written at Montmo
rency, in the house in which Madame
Deurney, one of his admirers, had Just
built for him,
KBRIXO FOLK ARK HOSTS
FOR MANY GUKSTS.
Berino. N. K.. Nov. 18. Misses Bettie
and Florence Quesenberry, of Las Cru
ces, u.re visiting Miss Hilda Creamer of
J. P. Pickens has been in El Paso for
a few days attending to business.
Mr. Pratt, one of the Mormon refu
gees from Mexico, has located here and
is staying with W. P. Brooks.
H. C Rawlings received a letter from
his son. Dr J. A. Rawlings, stating he
sailed from Liverpool. Noy. 7. En route
Porch Curtains, Lawn,
Porch and Camp
El Paso Tent and
312 South 1 Paso Street.
Phone 2044. H. J. Collins, Mngr.
Wide Duck for sale by the yard, bolt
to pay an extra price to a lo
cal tailor for imitating the same
result that you'll get in your Royal
suit, or overcoat. I am having a
Royal Display here next week for
the benefit of good dressers, A
tremendous. display of the newest
Fall fabrics. Prices, $18, $20,
$25, $30, and $35. Don't miss
How about that Tuxedo or Full
Dress Suit you woe beenplanning
so long to get?
Don't be caught again with an
invitation you can't accept vfor
want of the right formal clothes.
And if ever a garment should be
tailored right it's a Full Dress,
or a Tuxedo. The famous Royal
Tailors build formal clothes on
the same famous Six-day schedule
on which they build all other
clothes. With a $1 a day For
feit for Delays ?and a guaraatee
of perfect fit and satisfaction or
your money back.
Prices surprisingly low.
home be will visit la Bridgeport, Conn.,
and Kansas City, Mo., and will arrive
here to spend Thanksgiving on the
Mr. and Mrs. 3C P. Gibson asd son,
Vyron. and Mtorne Snyxa&n have re
turned from a month's camping trip in
the Black range.
Mr. Abraham's family has moved up
from Bl Paso and is-now settled on the
ranch lately parch need from F. G.
J. Clarke Rlshaberger is In Bl Paso.
George Dorsey. of Las Cruces, is
staying at the Moasman ranch.
Mr. Crabtree, of Bl Paso, spent a day
with Ford Bros, at their ranch near
Allen J. Papon, of Las Crnees, su
perintendent of a mining company, has
been here fora. few days looking after
some mining claims in the north end
of the Franklin range.
OPINION OF ONE
Regarding Plant Jaice
What It Has Done for
Him in a Short. Time.
Mr. R. P. Brant, a brakem&n en the
Texas & Pacific Railroad and who lives
at 139 Magoffin Street in this city,
"You cannot speak too highly of that
Plant Juice or recommend it too strong
ly for stomach trouble. I have had a
severe case of stomach trouble for over
two years. When I bought my first
bottle of Plant Juice I did not have
much faith in anything helping' me. I
had tried so many treatments that
seemed to be all right for other people
but would not help me. My stomach
was so bad that I would throw up
clear green bile. Nothing seemed to
digest. At first I was afraid that Plant
Juice ras going to fail, but its action
was different from anything I had
tried. It got right to the seat of the
trouble; got my liver and kidneys to
acting as they should as well as my
stomach. I surely look and f'el like
a different man. I am telling all the
boys about Plant Juice and am glad to
Plant Juice clears the liver, eradi
cates biliousness, indigestion, and all
stomach disorders, dissolves and re
moves uric acid and other poisons from
the blood, thus relieving rheumatism
and kindred ills. It will put new life,
energy and hope into you. Call at
Kelly Pollard's and try it Adv.
, FOR 1913