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EL, PASO HERALD
Of the Southwest
Fireman Trinkle, of the T. P., is lay
Brakeman May. of the T. P, has
reported for duty.
Ben Fruessner. engineer on the Santa
Fe, has reported for duty.
P. Doyle, brakeman on the S. P.. is
working on the G. H. for a fe wtrips.
Tower-man Benton, of the 6. H.,
has reported for duty after a short lay
off. Conductor Benson, of the Southwest
ern at Carrixozo, has reported for
J. E. Murphy, switchman on the T.
P.. has reported for duty after a short
Joe Kernell, conductor on the South
western, has reported for duty after a
C. Burkholx, brakeman on the G. tt,
has reported for duty arter being off
for several weeks.
Engineer A. Farmer, of the G. H., is
now running- one of the night switch
engines in El Paso.
Ed Harris, conductor on the South
western at Douglas, has left for a
three weeks hunting trip.
Frank Passage, brakeman on the
Santa Fe at San Marcial, has been
assigned to a regular car.
Engineer Kelly, of the G. H.. at Del
Rio, has been transrerred to the San
derson division for service.
Passenger engineer Charley Robing
son, of the Southwestern, at Tucum
oari, has reported for duty.
G. W. Savage, conductor on the S. P
has been assigned to a regular run be
tween El Paso and Lordsburg.
George Rice, fireman on the South
western, is now firing on passenger
between Tueumcari and Carrlzozo.
J. W. Miller, conductor on the South
western, has been assigned to a regu
lar car between Carrixozo and Duran.
Frank Faust, conductor on the Santa
Fe, has been assigned to a regular ear
on one of the ore runs out Of Denying.
Jarry Cane has rttarnad to Santa
Rita. N. M-, where he has a position
as engineer, after a short visit to HI
J. M. Gibson, switchman on the T
P.. has reported for duty and has been
transferred from the day to the night
Fireman Hepworth, of the South
western, has been assigned to a regu
lar run Between tn aso ana carri
xozo. Bill Collins, engineer on the South
western, who has been laying off on
account of being sick, has reported for
J. V. Dowtln. brakeman on the G. H.,
is now working on conductor Des
mond's car while the latter is on pas
senger. Roadmaster Flack, of the Santa Fo.
has returned to his headquarters at
San Marcial from a short visit to Albu
querque. Brakeman Gebo, of the Southwestern
at Tueumcari, has reported for duty
after a short visit to his farm, near
San Jon. X. M.
John Defonso, fireman on the T. P.,
is working as engineer on the day
switch engine, while engineer Martin
is laying off.
Engine No. 92 Is now pulling the
Saver City passenger .of -the Santa. Fe,
while No. 71 is in the shop under
George Haupt brakeman on the
Southwestern out of Bl" Paso, is npw
working as conductor between Carrl
toco and Duran.
Gus Collins, formerly a brakeman
on the Santa Fe running into El Paso,
now has a position as brakeman on the
S. P. at Tucson.
J. M. Rich, engineer on the G. H,
who has been learning the road, has
been O. K.'d for doty and is now
marked up on the extra board.
William WatJdns, engineer on the
Southwestern, has been assigned to a
J. C. Ballard & Co.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
$$.50 very fine All Wool Scotch
$&50 fine All Wool Plaid Blankets,
also gray and white, &A QO
1 special lot rf Hid Wool Blankets
llot of Pimid Wool Xap aty rQ
Gray Cotton Blankets at 50c, 75c,
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
Best Quality Pepperell QKg
Sheeting, per yard OC
12 l-2c, 13 l-2c
Large sizes, made of nice white cot
ton, silkoline top and bottom and
sateen top and bottom, for $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, fQ f(
$2.00 and .. .... M-UU
Sheets and Cases
81x90 Sheets, good quality; JC
doz. $7.66, each ODC
81x90 Good Sheets; doe. ?A
$7.00, each DliC
72x90 Good Sheets; do.
72x90 Tnvisibte Seam in
center, each ., OOC
I The Young Man's I
as well as the older man's store That's what
we are proud of Jetting clothes to all ages and
sizes ' 'A habit of ours. ' ' Nifty styles for young
rnen-MJonservative styles for older men and
everything for the future man All in fabrics
that we guarantee to last as long as there is a
thread in them We want your opinion on our
showing of ffinest of Clothing Ready to Wear,
so we invite your closest inspection.
regular engine and is now working
between Kl Paso and Carrisoso.
Jess Snyder, the Southwestern
switchman who has been sick for some
time in Hotel Dieu, expects to be able
to return home in a short time.
Engineer Charlie Hanes, of the Santa
Fe, at Rincon, X. M., has reported for
duty. Engineer CSullivan, who has
been relieving him, returned to Sail
J. McMmdes, conductor on the S. P..
who has been off for several weeks,
has again entered the service and now
has a regular car between Bl Paso
T. H. Binkley, conductor on the Q. H..
who has been laying off for several
weeks on account of having to go to
Houston on business, is expected home
in a few days.
Jack Blankenahip, section foreman
for the Southwestern, has returned to
his station at Guadalupe, N. M.. after
spending about two weeks in El Paso
on the sick list.
Johnny Moss, passenger conductor on
the G. H., has taken a CO day layoff.
This gives freight conductor Harry
Desmond a chance to punch tickets for
a couple of months.
Switchman Clark, of the Southwest
ern, is working as brakeman for a
few days oh the G. H.. In temporary
service. Southwestern brakeman Har
ris has also been borrowed by the
A. W. Francis, formerly a brakeman
on the Southwestern out st Tueum
cari, has taken a position as brake
man on the G. H., and has been sent
to Sanderson to work out of that ter-
it k not your fault it
is your liver. No one
can be kl good spirits
whan tbekr system is
not carrying off the'
regulate tkeb3e ducts -and
put you in a good
Ltunor wkh yourself
ad tfce world. At
your druggist sugar
coated or plan.
Mrs. Willie Weed, wife of night en
gine herder Weed. of. the G. ft who
has been confined in Hotel Dieu for
several days on account of a broken
ankle, has returned to her home and
is improving rapidly.
Mrs. R. B. Trent, wife of operator
Trent, of the western division Of the
Southwestern, stationed near Douglas,
has returned home after a short visit
to friends in Bl Paso. She was accom
panied home by her ' daughter. Miss
The 107s and the 3S5 engines of the
Santa Fe have been turned out of the
shops at Albuquerque after a com
plete overhauling. The 3C5 is the en
gine that turned over several months
ago on the Santa Fe branch and killed
A. B. Campbell, brakeman on the
Santa Fe, accompanied by his wife, has
returned to San Marcial from a visit
to relatives in New Tork. Mr. Camp
bell has been off for several months
on account of an injury he received
K. J. C. Duval, brakeman on the
Southwestern, has been assigned to
conductor Dave Ageter's crew on the
main line between Tueumcari and Du
ran. Mr. Duval, who is an extra con
ductor, has been forced to braking
again, on account of temporary slack
Business on the roads running into
El Paso i heavy at present, on ac
count of the orange and cattle rush,
and lots of new men are beincr em
ployed. Any railroad man with a good I
clearance letter can secure employment i
in El Paso at present. The G. H. have !
been Hiring men for the Sanderson
division as well as for the El Paso dis
trict, and the Southwestern will have
to employ more men to man the trains
on the new extension that was re
cently built into Tucson.
Texas & Pacific train No. 5, due at
9:85 p. m., is reported to arrive at 11:05
p. mi All afternoon and night trains
are reported on time for Wednesday.
Dr. R. M. RatlUf, dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget & RaUiff. 204-5-6, Caples Bldg.
Investigate Soldiers Heme.
Los Angeles. Calif.. Nov. 20. An in
vestigation of conditions at the Na
tional soldiers home, at Sawtelle, a few
miles from Los Angeles, has started by
the senatorial investigating committee,
which was appointed just before the
adjournment of the United States senate.
$3 Kfi con nn
u.OU 10 $zu.uu
Did You Know
That we carry the finest, freshest and most complete
line of vegetables and fruits to be found in El Paso in
our Jackson Grocery Company store. We have fresh
tomatoes, green 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 service if you telephone your
order in the afternoon for your next day's need. Don't
forget to include a ean of Chase and Sanborn's "Seal
Brand" Coffee, steel cut or ground. 1 lb. can 45c; 2
lb. can 85c.
Chase & Sanborn s 0id HomSUJT'ib;:
The Werld's Best Ceff ee Seal Brand, per lb .... 45c
Amber Blend, per lb. .30c 2 lbs. for 85c
PURITY BUTTER ?Er,TS.40c
Sunflower Eggs, every one good, per dosen . ... ,40c
Gold Coin Flour, pure soft wheat
24 pounds for : -..-.,. .. . v.-.. ...... . . 85c
48 pounds for -,..v.w.. .$1.65
Imperial or American Lady Flour
Made from pure hard wheat.
24 pounds for ,.. . ... .-..-.- -.-.-. . 90c
48 "pounds for. $1.75
Compare our Boys' Clothes with the other
"Ready-to-Wears," and you will see the differ
ence For there is a difference. Ours are in a
class by themselves.
Dr. Ebert. Dentist, 216-218 Mills Bldg.
TOltec Dinner and HJecilen.
The Toltee club will hold Its annual
election of officers and dinner at the
club this evening. This is the annual
gridiron event and a number of outof
town guests are expected.
Prompt Back Service.
Pomerovs hacks ara at th barn
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones, i
Tries Fear Times to Kill Self.
Seattle, Wash.. Nov. JO. Edward A.
East; who was dropped from the Seattle
police force a month ago for drinking,
shot and kHled himself by placing a
shotgun's mussle in his mouth and dis
charging the weapon. This was his
fourth attempt at suicide is a year.
Coo! Weather Comfort
is embodied in the very finest showing of Fur
nishings ever brought to El Paso. Underwear,
Shirts, Sweaters, Gloves and the other things
to keep out the Winter cold. Just see the line,
and we will see that you are satisfied.
Hat and Cap Department
is now replete with the newest of Winter
shapes and colors No finer line in the city
Some new Valours recently arrived 93asy
usually sell at $5 and $6.
Kneedit, a pure vegetable oil pro
duet, purer and better than lard.
5 lb. can, 70c; J1 QJ?
10 lb. earn .pl.50
3 cans extra rail pack, red nj"
ripe tomatoes, for Mt)C
Per ease fl-85
2 large cans Van Camp's
Golden Pumpkin for,....
Gold Bar Brand Peaches, per O j"
dozen 2.7fi; per can wOC
New Heinz Sam-kraut, Dill Pickles,
Mince Meat, etc, just fat.
Large mammoth Queen Olives, in
bulk; per pint, 30c;
Holland Herring, A rsp
Milcbers, per kit' ...... S A SO
Griffin and Skelky's new pack As
paragus; No. 1 tall red cans, -i j-j
tips, each . ... .... IOC
Per dosen .....
No. 2 taM blue cans Of
tips, for 1 AUC
Per doses ....... ---..-vw...... .$2.20
No. 1 square eaas,
No. 2 1-2 sawre ease, whole
No. 2 1-3 square i
large white .....
15c, 35c, 66c and....
New Seeded Raisins, Currant, Cit
ron, Peel, Nuts, Pure Apple Cider
and Boiled Oder, Shelled Almond
Bhte Ribbon, 2 pounds
for . ....
IOC . BaVu:
Dr. J. H. rapet. dentist, 501-562 Kob-erts-Banner
Bids., phone 16S0.
Get Square WHh Anti-Trust Law.
Washington, D. C. Nov. 3e. Negoti
ations, It is learned, are on between
attorney general Wickersbam and the
American Telephone and Telegraph
company regarding a friendly settle
ment squaring that corporation with
the Sherman anti-trust law. ,
I OUR PRICE $3.50
which, upon having their rates pro
nounced unreasonable by state author!.
! ties, resort to jockeying and delays In
ine courts, wiu nave tneir licenses revoked.
will soon be here let us
send you a little booklet
This booklet was compiled
after thirty-two years of
Alice Green, millinery, 34 Buckler Bldg.
Dr. Koblnsea, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
rlaas te Leeate Here.
W. C Ackard. of Dublin, Texas, Is the
guest of his brotherinlaw, Capt. A. P.
Watts, of the 18th infantry. Mr. Akard
is a ranchman of east Texas and is
planning to locate In El Paso and in
vest his money.
Seeding classes; See our optician.
Foster CO., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Gamersa, dentist. 2SS Mesa Ave.
KikK Initiate Tea.
Ten baby Elks Were added to the ros
ter of the local lodge Tuesday night
the initiation occurring at the regular
meeting-, ine new men are tieo. E
Cameron, A. B. Wood, P. J.Tibbetts, H
P. Hurley. Phillip Gibson, Frank Pick
rel. Tm D. Jones. J. J. Meuttmann, L J.
Lester and Dayton Phillips.
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg.
Per house tvjrliifi: and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
Pewer Companies MBit Be Good.
Washing ton. O. C. Kov. 19. Secre
tary of the interior Fisher flatly told
water power corporations holding fed
eral licenses that they would be forced
to grant reasonable rates to consumers,
regardless of ancient contract rights
to the contrary. Secretary Fisher said
that under the regulations, companies
Dr. Settle Satterlee, osteopath, 609
' American Bank Bldg., phone 141.
Eighteen Chinese Hurt In Wreck.
Moose Jaw, Sask., Nov. 20. Eighteen
Chinese and two railway guards were
injured in the wreck of a "Chinese ex
tra" section of the Canadian Pacific's
Soo Flyer at Rush Lake. Sask. No one
was killed. All the injured were taken
to a hospital at Swift Current, ft miles
beyond Rash Lake, on a Special train.
Information here is to the effect that
a freight train ran into the rear end
of the flyer.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases df stomach, in
testines, liver, 51S Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Mexican Herald on Sole
at Ward's Pharmacy, in J91 Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Discuss Sew Trade Treaty.
Washington, T. C. Nov. 3. The re
lations to be maintained between the
United States and Russia, after the ex
isting treaty becomes inoperative, Jan
uary 1, was the subject discussed by
president Taft and the Russian ambas
sador at a ' conference at the white
house. The announcement of an agree
ment upon a continuance of trade rela
tions is expected before January 1.
Dr. A. T. SUII Ostcopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In ehief ;
Dr. Amelia. Burk, Dr. Qraoe Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Recover Tito Bicycle.
Following the arrest Of Enrique Gar
cia Monday, the police Wednesday
10:00 A. M.
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NEW ORLEANS or
LIMIT THREE MONTHS.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAII
10:00 P. m
First Class Equipment
CITY TICKET OFFICE
206 No. Oregon St.
Tickets tO All Parts of Snnih AmfiriftA
morning turned over to Bagle Locke,
208 east Missouri street; and Eddie
Jersykowski, 711 Myrtle avenue, two
bicycles whlcK tney alleged bad been
stolen from them November 5 and Oct
ober 30, respectively.
Gem Blectrle Ce, S01 San Antonio St
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co., 119 N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Offleiates at First Wedding.
Judge Dan M. Jacksrn, of the 34th
district court Tuesday afternoon offi
ciated at his first marriage whan he
married William Craig and Willie May.
Dr. Jenes, feet specialist. Mills Bids.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach. In
testines, metabolism. 403-4 Roberts
Alleged Deserter Arrested.
H. Blaine arrested toy mounted po
liceman W. Simpson Tuesday night at
9:30 Odock, was on Wednesday morning
identified by the detectives as Alfred
J. Qunn, who is alleged to nave deserted
from the 22d Infantry on August 3,
1912. Dunn, it was said, enlisted in the
army at Chicago, 111., on April S, 1912.
When arrested, he was with Monroe
Childress, who was recently discharged.
Dr. JamleseH, diseases of kidmys.
bladder, rectum and skin; CIS Mills Bldg
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 107 Bi Paso street
Te Our Customers.
When our phone. No. 3C, is busy,
please call 210.
IleM Braii, Coal and Weed.
Meerc In Fined SS8.
T. Moor who. it was alleged, visited
the soldiers at Fort Bliss Sunday and
carried away four raxors, and arrested
Monday by detectives, was fined 325
Tuesday afternoon in the corporation
court The soldiers testified at the
trial that Moore was the visitor at the
camp. The razors were recovered.
Stuart makes good fotos.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Our Deliveries for East Bl Paso leave each day at U
o'clock. Smelter Delivery each day at 7:30 a. m.
f OKDBfo EAJSLY, PTJSASS.
Our phones an kept mighty buy these aoransge, so if you please, telephone
in the afternoon for your next day's needs we eaa give you. better service.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Jackson Grocery Co.
Standard Grocery Co.
TlIK HIPPODROME SKATIXG RTKK.
Ladies may be admitted to the rink
club nights by filling out admission
blanks at Ryan's drug store and pay
ing the regular admission fee. Adv.
PATKB WKKKLT TODAY.
Pathe weekly will be seen at the
Crystal today. It is an interesting one
and shows the actual sinking at sea
of the "Helvetia," which was rammed
by the "Empress of Britain." The fall
hair dressing styles of Paris are seen
on living models. Three full licensed
reels make up the bill. Adv.
AT TH CRAWFORD.
The Burglar and the Lady" will be
played again today with matinee. Both
Mr. Taylor and Myrtle Vane are seen in
this play to the best advantage, as it is
a strong bill in every respect
Thursday. Friday and Saturday
nights, with Saturday matinee, Mr.
Taylor will play "Facing the Music."
CIIARCHbTJ WITH BBIXG XBMBER
OP SKOYXL SAI; FITTED ?.
Jose Rodriguez was brought into
the corporation court Tuesday after
noon by patrolman Leary, who charged
him with being a member of the Mexi
can grade gang that threatened him
last week with their shovels when
he attempted to arrest one of their.
The defendant denied that he was the
man, but John Connor, foreman of
the gang, testified that he was with
the shovel brigade. Judge Adrian
Pool fined the defendant f25.
SALOONS EETUBN TO
PECOS RIVER TOWNS
Artesia. N. M., Kov. 20. Towns alo
the Pecos river, with the exception -f
Lakewood. after having got rid of th
saloons with much effort, are see.n-,-them
gradually reestablished in the -rious
towns. First, one was started ni
the outskirts of Carlsbad. Then c
appeared in Dexter and a few da 3 as 1
another opened up business in Daytci
A ruling of judge McClure that tow;
have not the authority to vote out t
saloon, is responsible for the saloo-
at Dexter and X-tytoa. Rather than
fight the saloon is the courts, the ton
council of Dayton granted a saloon
license for $75d and requires the salon 1
to close at 9 odock in the evening, ex
cept on Saturday, When it must clo
by 11 oclock. The sentiment towa'
the saloons remains unchanged in th-towns.
WORKED LIKE MAGIC
Te Complete Work Saturday.
Thursday morning the members of
the board of appeals who have been in
session hearins; complaints relative to
raised valuation of property will con-
vene as tne city council for the regular
session of that body. Friday the board
of appeals will meet again. By Satur- I
day noon it was stated the board would
complete its work when adjournment
would be taken.
CARMI THOMPSON SUCCKEDS
MeCLUXG AS V. S. TREASURER
Washington. D. C, Nov. 20 Carmi
Thompson was appointed treasurer of
the United States today by president
Taft to succeed Lee McClung
Chas. D. HUles. who was secretary
to the president before the beginning
of the last campaign, will return to
RHD, SCALT HCBBKA YXM.DS TO
A Highland. N. T.. woman writer
Since 1901 I suffered from eczema ard
my skin was very tender, red and scal
and I could find no relief until I use.l
Saxo Salve. The first application
worked like magic in less than a week
the scales were gone and now the skin
Is healed and smooth, thanks to 9a
In all forms of eczema, and all other
crusted or scaly humors and eruptions,
Saxo Salve has given astonishingly
good results. The great improvement
that It makes in the first few days
shows plainly that you can place full
trust in Its curative power.
We have so much con f Hence in .t
that we give back your money if you
are not satisfied with Saxo Salve
Kelly ft Pollard, Druggists, El Paso,
What's Wrong With Your Chickens?
Perhaps they need a tonic after passing through the
We sell Model Egg Maer and Convey $ Laying Tonic, two
of the best egg producers on the' market.
"PERFECTION HEN AND CHICK FOOD"
Maes Healthy Chickens.
Retail Store, 105
W. D. Wise & Co.
GRAIN. SEEDS. & POULTRY SUFPLIES.
Office and Warehouse, Cor. 2nd & Chih.
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