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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 19, 1912
Save You Money
OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST. WE GUAR
ANTEE FULL WEIGHT AND
20 lb Best Granulated Sugar for $1 .00
1 5 ft) California Potatoes for . . , 25c
15 lb Dry Onions - -25c
Fresh Kansas Eggs absolutely guaranteed, doz.. .35c
H. C. Fancy Kansas Creamery Butter, 3 lb for $1 .00
Diamond M. Hard Wheat Flour, guaranteed to bake good bread,
24 lb sacUor,75c 48 fc sack for $ 1 .50 100 lb sack for $2.85
Fancy Gano Apples, per box $1 .35
Sao drift, better and purer than lard
4 fe can 55c lOfc-can $1.35
Lady Arundel Tomatoes solid pack none better
3 cans for 25c j $1.85 per case of 2 dozen
Marquese Sweet Com
3 cans for 25c j $1.75 per case of 2 dozen
Extra Stc-.dard Pumpkin. 2 large cam for 25c
Of the Southwest
Fancy California Table Fruit, Peaches, Apricots, Pfcsas. and
Grapes in heavy syrup -large 3 lb can ....... ...... . . 1 3c
Extra Large Queen Olives in bulk
Per pint 20c Per quart 40c
Griffin & Skelly's Asparagus, 1 lb tins
Per can 15c II Per
Griffin & Skelly's New Seeded Raisin. 2 pfegs. for 25c
New Citron, Lemon Peel and Orange Peel, per Jb 25c
Blue Ribbon Mince Meat. 3 pkgs. for 25c
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
! Lion Grocery
109-11 S. Stanton St.
Phones 2405, 2424.
SURVEYS AHE MiDE
FOR GAJTAL SYSTEM
K;cMh of Way For Half the Distance
Fr SeMen to XI Poao Seeareti
For ttic ObbhIs.
Mapping: of the Mesilla valley for
Glials under tbe Elephant Butte proj
ect now in progress, will be completed
some time next year. Two parties
of engineers are doing this work.
ne of them is at Salem, under the d'
ection of B. S. Thayer. Another, di
. ected b H. W. Yeo, is located at
The running of surveys is being
'one at ihe same time by a party un-
er Mr Hough at La Mesa, while at
a point opposite Garfield, 18 miles
..bove RIncon, T. H. Matson has a
iarty of eight engineers running sur
veys for the high line canal.
P. W. Dent, examiner for the recla
mation service is making, good prog
ress with the examination of rights
of way and already one half the dis
tance from Selden te El Paso has
been secured for the canals.
The work on the canals will not be
held up until the mapping is com
pleted, but is progressing right along
under the direction of H. J. Gault.
engineer in charge of all this work,
and of the surveys.
Buys La Union Land.
Cipriano Terrasas has purchased &2
acres of land near La Union, N. 1L,
from EL W. Parker, paying therefor
$7004. He has sold his twe lots for
$W and will more to the Mesilla val
ley farm to make his home. The deals
were made by the K. C Bailey Land
SPANISH POLICE! ATtBST
Cebare, France, Nov. 19. The Span
ish police have arested VHIar dc
Heurgo in the province of Asturlas. c
may who may have some connection
with Manuel Pardlnag, the assassin o
the Spanish premier, Canalejas.
The man is known as Rafael Fenian- '
dez. and has in hls possesion letter
from Pardinas nd rchist pamphlets. .
Brakeman May, of the T. P., is lay
J. M. Gibson, engine foreman for the
T. P., is laying Qff.
Conductor Comer, of the Santa Fe,
has reported for duty.
Victor Anderson, conductor on the
Santa Fe, is laying off.
C. Layman, brakeman on the G. H.,
has reported for duty.
C H. . Cooper has secured a job as
J switchman on the G. H.
Tom Smith, engineer on the Santa
Fe. has reported for duty.
Fireman Atkinson, of the G. II.. has
resigned from the service.
Jack Shaw, brakeman on the T. P,
is laying off for a few days.
J. F. Murphy, switchman on the T.
P., is laying off for a few days.
C. R. Bockway, conductor on the
Santa Fe, has reported for duty.
"Smoky" Ryan, switchman on the
Santa Fe, is taking a short layoff.
VImia. 1?I1Yb ........ .1... m -n f-
I now acting as hostler for a few days.
Ben Prussner. switch engineer for
the Santa Fe, is laying off for a few
C. W. Taney, switchman for the T
P., has been appointed night engine
W. P. Peterson, contractor on the
Santa Fe at San Marcial, has reported
Sam Mayar. conductor on the G. H..
is now working on passenger for a
X; Scott, switchman on the G. H..
is now working as engine foreman for
a few days.
j im iiarris. conductor on the South-
western at Douglas, is laying off for
m. otuii m. weens.
Ben "Winters, engineer on the South
western, is at present running one of
the day switch engines.
O. A. Ash, conductor on the South
western at Douglas, has gone on a
two weeds' hunting trip.
. Jack Walsh, conductor on the G. H
at Sanderson, has returned home after
a short visit to Bl Paso.
Cirl Baldwin, brakeman on the San
iJZr&? reported for duty after
being off for several trips.
Al Conner, brakeman on the South
western at Carrizozo, has reported for
duty after a CO days layoff.
Tv!?,BJ.a,te,naI, brken on the
Lake Valley passenger out of RIncon,
- M., has reported for duty.
Frank Guv ftrAmon .. i o . .
1feturaSd to Albuquerque, after
spending a few days In EI Paso.
45? -Peterb engineer on the G. H.
tl "f1 - has returned home after a
short business visit to El Paso.
Bill Fisher, fireman on the South
western, has been assigned to the local
run between Tucumcari and Duran.
. J- "W- Lee, conductor on the Santa Fe
at San MarciaL has returned from his
hunting trip and has reported for duty.
B. Amoe. formerly a brakeman
on the 'Frisco at Springfield. Mo., has
taken a position on the S. P. at Tuc
son. niL 5oM.ns2)Bl formerly a fireman
located In El Paso, working as a car
Harry CNeiL porter on the South
western, who has been working on the
G. H. for a few days, is back at work
on the Southwestern.
J. H. Ludwig. conductor on the G. H
who has been laying off for some time
on the sick list, expects to report for
duty within a few days.
Brakeman Phlpps, of the T. P., has
transferred to the yard service, trad
ing with switchman Gunn, who will go
on the road as brakeman.
wJhJS' Pa tJ? inductor on the Santa
F utPf buinerque, who has been
m El Paso for several days attending
court, has returned home.
"Passenger conductor Watson, of the
Santa Fe, -has reported for duty. Con
ductor Pete Sly, who has been relieving
Mm, is now back on freight again.
.L-McLaIn brakema non the west
em division of the Southwestern, who
has been relieving brakeman C A. Nor
ton, is now back on the extra board.
Walter La Fluer, switchman on the
Southwestern at Duran,' who has been
acting as night yardmaster for a few
shifts, is now back at work as switch
man. J. M. Rich, formerly an engineer on
he Mexico North Western, has a posi
tion as engineer on the G. H. out of
Rl Paso, and is now busy learning the
Brakeman McEvans, of the South
western, who has been working on the
G. H. a few days in temporary service,
ecord-Breaking Bargain Specials
Tuesday and Wednesday The Big Days
A perfect landslide of bargains in every department. Everything for the men, youths and boys suits,
overcoats, hats, shoes, furnishings.
Here Are FOUR GREAT SPECIALS For Tuesday
SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUTHS
Men's and Young Men's New Fall Suits in fancy -vs -steds
and cassimeres, in all the prevailing shades and
styles. Kegular $15 to $17 val
ues. Quitting Business Sale
Price . : e JP 9
A lot of 250 Suits for Men and Young Men, in odd sizes.
These suits are worth up to $15.
All go during this Quitting Busi
ness Sale at -. .-.-
OVERCOATS AND CRAVANETTES
1 lot Men's and Young Men's Overcoats and Crave-
nettes, in all -the latest and nest
materials. Kegular $12.50. Quit-
tin o- Business Sale Price Q
1 lot Men's and Young Men's Overeoats and Crave-
nettes, all sizes and colors.
Kegular $15 and $17.50.
Quitting Business Sale
vercuum auu vrve-
RIGHT NOW THIS EVENING TOMORROW You can supply your Fall and Winter
needs in everything to wear at the lowest prices on record. It would take pages to tell of the thousands
of bargains.- You must come here today, tonight and see for yourself to get fully posted. Look for the
cut price tickets they denote the bargains.
Come TodayCome TonightGet Your Share of This
Genuine Quitting Business Sale
9 p. m.
Clifford J. Halpern
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A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder
Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer of
Health of the City of London, Eng., was good
enough to say that a long and universal experience
has proved a cream of tartar powder the most effi
cient, safe and economical, making food which could
not be deleterious to the most delicate stomach.
In England the sale of baking powder
containing alum is absolutely prohibited.
WHEN BUYING BAKING POWDER, READ THE LABEL.
is now back at work on the South
Day engine herder Goodall, of the G.
H.. has reported for duty and engine
foreman Holford, who has been re
lieving him, is now back at work in
Lloyd Rogers, brakeman on the San
ta Fe. has reported for duty after a
short layoff, during which time he was
married to Miss IOttie Brown, of San
Marcial. N. X.
J. J. Johnson, formerly a switchman
on the G. H., will leave El Paso Tues
I day evening for a visit to Portland.
I Oregon, fie expects to be away for
, about SO days.
I Passenger conductor Bittrem. of the
Santa Fe. who has been laying off
i sick, has reported for duty. W. J-
Hanna, who has been relieving him, is
,' now back on freight.
'DaJI T.nnlnrt MlnHltPtAr An the
Southwestern, who has been working
on the Dawson branch, for some time,
is working on the main line between
Tucumcari and Duran.
E. B. Jones has returned to Tucum
cari, after a two weeks' visit to El
Paso. Hr. Jones was formerly a con
ductor on tbe Southwestern, but is now
in business for himself.
G. P. Stravens, passenger brakeman
. 4-i.a c T ha. ranArfMl for dUtV
after a short layoff, and Frank Tyler, j
who has been relieving him, is now i
back at work on freight. ;
Jim Velsie, brakeman on the South
western at Douglas, has been trans
ferred te the El Paso division and has
been assigned to a regular car, with
conductor Thompson's crew.
Bob Covington, formerly a conduc
tor on the Santa Fe out of San Mar
cial, now has a job as brakeman on
the San Antonio & Aranasas Pass rail
road, out of San Antonio, Tex.
Jerry Cane, engineer for the Chino
Copper company, at Santa Rita, N. M..
is visiting in Bl Paso for a few days.
Mr. Cane was formerly an engineer
for the Santa Fe at San Marcial.
Mrs. W. A. Weed, wife of night en
gine herder Weed, of the G. H., had
the misfortune to fall Saturday morn
ing and break her ankle. She is now
in Hotel DIeu and Is resting easy.
Mrs. K. B. Trent and daughter. Miss
Viola, are visiting Mrs. ft. Levlston, at,
700 West Main street, for a few
days. Mr. Trent is an operator on the
western division of the Southwestern.
W. O. Meredith and E. S. Ragsdale,
brakemen on tbe Southwestern at Tu
cumcari. have been assigned to conduc
tor D. E. Hails car, and are now j
wurjuiig u;Lwen luvuuiuiii auu iu-
J. B. Chaver, operator on the G. H..
who has been sick in Hotel Dleu for
some time, has been discharged from
the hospital and has left for Pennsyl
vania to visit relatives for a few
Mrs. R. Turleyville has returned to
her home in Kl Paso after a short visit
.to her daughter, Mrs. L. O. King, at
Carrizozo. Mr. King is an engineer fTr
the Southwestern between Carrizozo i
and Duran. j
A. W. Francis, formerly a brakeman i
on the Southwestern at Tucumcari, but
who has been working for several
months in California for the Santa Fe.
has arrived in El .Paso and experts to
Remember there are one hundred
and ten more pairs of skates at tbe
rink now and don't forget, ladies,
that you may come free of charge any
morning after 10 oclock and learn to
skate with instruction. Adv.
AT THB CRAWFORD.
"The Burglar and the Lady" pleased
a big audience at the Crawford last
night. The play itself was. bright and
amusing. Mr. Taylor with Myrtle
Van as his support was at his best
and even Mr. McCracken's orchestra,
which is always good, did a little bet
ter than usual. This same play is to
be repeated tonight and Wednesday
with Wednesday matinee, and cannot
afford to be missed. Adv.
AT THB GRHCIAX.
Get the habit go where the crowds
go that's to the Grecian. You can
spend a delightful evening at this
theater beautiful, this palace of mov
ing pictures. Ton will find at all
times the highest class of attractions
and you will enjoy the utmost com
fort. This is the attraction of attrac
tions. Hear the Grecian Ladies' or
chestra, and make your life -worth liv
ing. The Grecian is the place. Every
afternoon and night is the time Adv.
R. R. EEATURB AT CRYSTAL.
Five pictures will be shown at the
Crystal tonight. They will Include a
Kalem railroad drama in which there
is a race and a collision and Ar
thur Johnson in comedy.
The actual sinking of a ship
at sea -was caught by Pathe for his
weekly, which will be tomorrow's
Ssr ek iag . Fitry9
Alpine. Texas, Nov. IS. R. B. Slight,
proprietor of the Alpine Drug store,
has been appointed postmaster of
Alpine try president Taft. His final
papers have been sent to Washington,
and he will soon take over the office,
although his tenure may be short, un
less the senate confirms the presi
dent's appointment. L. W. Dun-ell, the
present postmaster, retires after a long
term of office, and will probably go to
Saa Antonio to live. The postoffice has
recently been installed In comfortable
quarters in the Holland building, at
the center of tbe shopping district.
Arthur Williams and company, saddle
and harness makers, have sold a half
interest in the business to George
Yates, who has a fine apple orchard a
mile west of Alpine.
Frank Rogers, a ranchman whose
land lies between Alpine and Leoncita.
was acquitted at Eagle Pass on tbe
charge of cattle stealing. The jury
was out oniy tnree minutes. i
Lv B. Caruthers. appointed as re- j
celver by Huddleston and company, has i
closed out the business and paid all '
the debts of the firm. Mr. Huddleston ;
will take the remnant of his goods and !
start business again at Sinton, Texas.
E. F. Higgins. justice of the court
of civil appeals in El Paso, and until I
recently county -judge of Brewster
county, with headquarters at Alpine
has been appointed by governor Col
quitt as delegate to the meeting of the
American Society for Judicial Settle
ment of International Disputes, to be
held In Washington. Dec 20 and 21.
J. H. Sanxbrd, who lived in Alpin
until his removal a year ago to El
Paso, has gone to Winkelmaan, Ariz.,
for the benefit of his health.
SNOW DELAYS TRAIN
ON G. H. FROM SOUTH
Snow near Palsano, on the G- H.
railroad delayed the passenger train.
due in El Paso at 6:35 Tuesday morn
ing, so that it did not arrive until 4
oclock. The train from the west did
not arrive until 8 oclock, due to delays
in the mountains of Arizona where
rough weather was encountered. Th
trains did not bring any of the snow
with them to Bl Paso.
Use Domestic Ceke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
PRBPARTXG TO BEGIN WORK
OX NBTW STATION AT DOICHS.
Douglas. Ariz., Nov. 19. Contracto
Stanley Bevan with a force of laborers
has arrived from El Paso and at once
began the preliminary work of con
structing material sheds and otherwise
preparing te start on the new K. P. &
S. W. Depot
Zbo Curse Worst Cases and Is
Wonder for Every Form of
Set the S5.Cnt Trial Bottle Today.
FREE Lecture On Christian Science
By Virgtt 0. Strickler, C. S., of New York.
A Member of ike Board of Lectureship of the Mother Chares, the
First Church of Christ Scientist, of Boston, Mass.
EL PASO THEATRE
415 TEXAS ST.
Thursday Eve, November 21st, at 8 P. If.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY nTVTTED TO ATTEWB.
RBCOVERS SILVER WORTH 1O,0GO
WHICH WAS STOLEX IS YEARS AGO.
Bar Harbor. Maine. Nov. 18. A larce
amount of solid silver table ware stol- j
en from George W. Vanderbilt's sum- )
mer home here IS years ago was founil
hidden in the rocks at the base of j '
cliff by Simon Violete. a teamster
Violete went to the cliff for a load 01
ptorte and in handling the inattti.l '
came upon the silverware. It Is worth
$10,000 or more and is part of plunder
valued at many thousand of dollar
stolen frn'ii the Vandtrbilt l.-.denn
la'm hipi ,,! iron, v un' mac h ,. 1
I'llk jmdJl .. tl"Uf"'VtuJ.
The positive proofs that ZEMO eura:
c.ay and all forms of skin afflictions have
aroused tho entire community.
The wonderful way in which raw. flerj
c-2zcmc, quickly heals by the magic toueh
cf ZEMO Is marvelous.
You simply apply It to the afflicted parts
It doesn't smart. 13 not a ncsty. greasj
pajte or ointment, but a wonderful disap.
poorlng liquid that sinks right In, quickly
allays all pain, all Itch, all distress. It
does tho worlz and does It in a way that is
astonishing-. Too regular price of ZEMO
13 l.oo for tho largo bottle, but you can
now Kn n liberal trial bottle of ZEMO for
only 25 cents which Is fully guaranteed,
ZEMO is so'd and guaranteed by drug
arits iwijiilui, and in I'l Paso b
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'Iran.' 1 . i , kr 'li'ioh liruirCo
1 'du l'i ,a ' v. i.V!t.rr '-K:t
What Causes Indigestion
and Stomach Troubles?
About nine persons out of every ten suffer at times, and many of them all
the time, with Stomach trouble in some form. INDIGESTION, " DYSPEPSIA
and CONSTIPATION' are among those more commonly complained of. All victims
of these troubles know they have them, but it isn't everyone who' know the
. AUSE or WHY they suffer from these maladies. There are of couif many
:eientihc and technical theories on the subject, but the more common sense, asilv
understood reasons are: Over-work, Over-eating. Excessive Drinking of Coffee
Tea or Liquors. Lack of Exercise, and' the mot commonly ascribed and gen
r-?h jeet tel of all causes is an inactive or torpid Liver.
The Liver is the source and manufacturer of Bile, which is oue of the essenti il
secretions used by nature in the digestion of food. When the Liver is inactive it
Luis to supply the necessary bile, and, food instead of being digested in the
rroner manner, ferments (rots) and from it poisonous gases are formed whic-L
cause SOUR STOMACH. SICK HEADACHE. SWELLING and other disagreeable
troubles as well as INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA and CONSTIPATION. The rem
e.'y i-: Arouse the Liver. This cannot be done with Saline PurjMtne. Castor Oil
or i,.i-t mineral waters they only flush out or dynamise the Bowels and their
constipating after effect is generally worse than the trouble thev were used for
PODOLAX is a LIVER. STOMACH and KIDNEY Medicine" that has all or
the good effects of Calomel without anv of iN e il-. guaranteed not to gripe n
-i k.-n t.-t,. glHHi. T.ike PODOLAX for the I.l KR I'OMAC H an1 K'DXEVS.
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