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EX. PASO HERALD
Saturday, January 4, 1913
Train No. 5 of the Texas & Pacifies, '
due at 3:06 p. m., from toe east, Is
reported to arrive at 2:05 a. m. All
other afternoon and evening trains for
Saturday are reported on time.
Dr. Ebcrt, Dentist. 316-218 Mills Bldgr.
For house -wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Keeping Tab on Parcels Post.
A check Is being made of the parcels
post business being- done at the local
postofflce. In one day there was
enough work to keep three clerks busy
handling the parcels, and the El Paso
office is expected to establish a rec
ord for the amount of business done.
have smashed all previous records as to price concessions,
and have drawn larger crowds eager to save from $1.00
tn ? 50 nn a nair of shoes than ever before.
You simply can't afford
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I YoiiiMjfs EI Paso Furniture Co. 1
I "BUY FROM YOUNG & BUY FOR LESS" I
I Phone 835 M 307 S. El Paso Street I
I Our 1913 Catalogue Is Now Ready. Write for It. 1
l(p. JI 4JIBZ RAGE ENTRIES
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First race, purse, eolts and geldings,
B ear olds, three furlongs L E.
Olak's b g.. Old Gotch 105. by Luck
Sd Chart:bllie Ward; J. Hal Wood
fords br g.. Brevity 105, by MHler
Gamet B.: P. T .Wood's ch. c. Shad
rack 108. by Atkins-Ojnah Wood: J. F.
Newman & Son's ch. c. Dick Dodie 108,
by Abe Frank-Mlnyon; A. Tobias &
Co's b. c. Blarney 108. by First Chip
Kittie Piatt; A. B. Spreckles's ch. c..
HiV 108. by Dr. Leggo-Norinne; W.
E. pple;rate & Co.'s b. c Old Ben 108.
by Ben Brush-Commune; O. G. Parke's
Jx c Geo. Parkbouse 108, by Conjuror-Tec
Second race, selling, 4 year olds and
ud 5 1-2 furlOBgs Gay 92, Amohalko
97 Mary Emily 97. Flying 98, Hugh
Gr y 99. Just Red 99, Anne McGee
Hidden Hand 103, Orsltolat 108, Crex
Third race, selling, 4 year olds and
-no 3 1-2 furlongs Sanel 102, FaneuU
Hall 103 Frank G. Hogan 103, Gemmell
103. Garland 104. Rogon 104, Parnell
Girl 104, Oakland 10, Minco Jimmie
OCE Dominica 108, Orba Smile, 108.
Fourth race, handicap. 3 year olds
fend um 1 mile Rio Brazos 92, Cracker
Box 92, Lady Panchita 93, Flying Feet
103 General Marchmont 106, Irish Gen
tleman 110. Melton Street 112, Inmry
IIS G. M. Miller 120.
Fith race, selling. 4 year olds and up.
B 1-2 furlongs Buss 97. Iron Queen 101
Zool 101. Pickaninny 101. Good Intent
M3, Evran 103, J. M. Stokes 10S Native
Sot 103, Mike Molett 103. Doll Maker
103. Doc Allen 103. King Earl 103,
Sixth race, selling, 3 year olds and up,
e furlongs Kiva . Butter Ball 103,
Caiethumpian 103. Mimorloso 168, En
CTayer 103. Sea CHff 10, Orlmar Lad
106. Ocean Quean 107. Swish 109. Sir
Five pounds apprentice allowance
T"irt race Three furlonge, purse,
iillies, 2 year olds, value $300. Ida La
vmia (Steele) 110. 4 to 6. 1 to 4. out,
won; Irish Ann (Burllngame) 110,3 to
1 6 to 5, 1 to 2. second; Stella ward
Buxton) 110. 10 to 1, 2 to 1, show,
third. Time, 0:35. Water Lilly. Ya-Hy-Tip,
Best Be, Mrs. Mc, Solid Bay, Ala
bama Bam ran.
second race Six furlongs, selling, 3
yea' olds, value $300. Mazurka (Bur
llngame) 110, 8 to 1. 4 to 1, 2 to 1. won;
Pretty Dale (Nathan) 100, 10 to 1, 6 to
1 "5 to L second; Loan Shark (Bobbins)
105, 4 to 1, 7 to 10, show, third. Time,
115 1-5 Tom G-, Green Cloth, Mercu
rium. Luke Van Zandt, Debutante. Lor
in!T Mnse, I-See-It, Vireo. Red Widow
Third race Six furlongs, seHing, 41
IbI I COMPANY
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY
50 Pound Box Gano Apples .... 95c
Phone Your Orders Early, as tfee Supply is Limited
to miss this opportunity;
year olds and up, value ?300. El Pato
(Halsey) 97. 2 to 1, 9 to 10, 9 to ,20, won;
Doc Allen (Schwebig) 107, 6 to 1. 5 to 2,
6 to 5. second; Tallow Dip (Burlln
game) 105, 6 to 1, 6 to 5, show, third.
Time. 1:14 3-5. King Lear, Native Son,
Helen Scott H. Williams, Mike Mollett.
Abihu, Mazing ran.
Fourth race Six furlongs, selling. 4
year olds and up, value $300. Chas.
Goetz (Gross) 103, 5 to2. 6 to 5, 1 to 2,
won; Visible (Ormes) 104, 3 to 1, 7 to
5, 3 to 5, second; F. G. Hogan (Buxton)
105, 2 to 1, 1 to 3, show, third. Time.
1:13 4-5. Cosgrove, Just Red. Trans
parent, Tim Judge, Descendant ran.
Fifth, race Five and one-half fur
longs, purse. 3 year olds, value $300.
Truly (Kederis) 100, 9 to 5, 1 to 2, out,
won; Gordon Russell (Small) 108, 2 to
1, 7 to 10. 1 to 2, second; Stout Heart
(Ormds) 108. 9 to 5. 1 to 4, show, third.
Time, 1:07 2-5. Quick, Missle. Roslris
Sixth, race One mile, selling, 4 year
olds and up, value 13(H). John Louis
(Burllngame) 110, 7 to 5, 3 to 5, 3 to 10.
won; Rosevale (Buxton) 108, 4 to 1, 2
to L 4 to 6, second; Black Mate (Gross)
110 7 to 2, 4 to 5, show, third. Time,
1:40 1-5. Masalo, Bob Lynch, Rose
CNeil, Compton ran.
BDSINESS SLOWS DOWN, BUT
FAILURES SHOW DECREASE.
New York. N. Y Jan. 4. Brad
street's today say:
After traveling at a brisk rate, busi
ness has slowed down, though less so
than usual at this season. Confidence
in the future is in evidence.
Retail dealers enjoyed an unex
ampie holiday trade. In a host of
industries consumption bids fair to
overtop production for some time, and
the iron and steel industry probably
never entered on a new 12 months un
der more auspicious circumstances.
Money is in demand and rate3 remain
firm but signs lead to the belief that
more comfortable rates are not a long
Business failures for the week end
ing Jan. 2 were 287, against 349 in the
like week of 1912. There were 24 fail
ures in Canada during the week.
Account of the presidential inaugura
tion in Washington. The Sunset Route
will make a rate of $60.50 from El Paso
to Washington, D. C-, and return, tick
ets on sale February 26th to 28th, with,
limit for return March 1st, with exten
sion privilege to April 10th. A large
number of people are arranging to at
tend this inauguration from the Salt
River Valley, and are arranging for a
Through Special Train via El Paso,
New Orleans and Atlanta. Any passen
gers from El Paso wishing to make this
trip and join this special from the Salt
River Valley can secure berths in same
by applying at the City Ticket Office
of the Sunset Route.; at No 206 North
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
"Why pay ?1.00 per our when you
can get your -work done for 75c per
hour? We employ union labor; lowest
prices on material.
anality House, 119 TX. Stanton St.,
Texas Electrical Snpplj- Company,
A series of s ermons on the Ten
Commandments will be delivered by
Rev. John E. Abbott at "Westminster
church at the Sunday evening services.
Introductory sermon tomorrow night
on "What Purpose Does the Law Serve
in the Christian Dispensation?"
Hexiean Herald on sale at Lone Star
News Stand and at El Paso News Co.
Dr. J, H. Paget, 501 Roberts-Banner-Bids.
On Inspection Trip.
T. N. Schumacher, vice president of
the El Paso & Southwestern system, is
on the -western division of the road
making an inspection trip.
Dr. Anna Reum, Buckler Bldg.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldf.
Released On Bond.
Jack Teasdale, alias "the Overall
Kid" under arrest here in connection
with the charge of theft of United
States stamps, has been released on
$1500 bond. Teasdale Is alleged to
haTe been a member of the gang of
postofflce thieves here last year.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 22S Mesa Ave.
Dr. Jamieson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Trip In Auto.
W. A. Fleming Jones, of Las Cruces,
accompanied by T. H. Jenks. s. mining
engineer of Denver, drove down from
Las Cruces Friday afternoon in Mr.
Fleming Jones's car.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Jones Foot Specialist, Mills Bldg.
Open evenings by apointment Phone 78S
City Officials Invited.
Invitations for the governor's inaug
ural ball, which is scheduled for the
night of January 23, have been sent
out. Mayor C E. Kelly, alderman Percy
McGhce and city clerk C. W. Fassett,
have each received one.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Gem Electric Cu, 601 San Antonio St.
Change In Management.
Announcement was made today of a
change in the management of the Credit
Clearing House. G. C Richerson's In
terests have been bought by.C. H Hol
loway. Mr. Holloway and A. P. Michael
Narlian will continue the business.
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Fomeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Fiscal Agent Here
E. G. McCoy, a clerk in the employ
of the reclamation service at Elephant
Butte, has been appointed special fiscal
agent for the reclamation service, a
new office, vtvith headquarters In El
Paso. He will assume his new duties
Dr. A. T. Still Osteonthle Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In chief;
Dr. Amelia Buric, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Humane Society to Elect.
The El Paso Humane society will
hold its annual election of officers at
the chamber of commerce Monday eve
ning at 8 oclock. .
Elide Storage Batteries.-
Greer's Electric Garage, 708 N. Kan.
Anio Ambulance, Peak "Undertaking Co.
Woman Selling Cookies.
A woman, representing herself as a
widow selling cookies for the women of
the Christian church, is said to be vis
iting different homes in the city. Rev.
Perry J. Rice says the women of his
church have not cooked any cookiea
for sale and have not authorized any
body to represent them.
Dr. R. M. Ratllff, dentist, 204-5-6 Ca
Dr. Brynn, dentist, 107 El Paso street.
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath, 413
Mills Bldg, Phone 14L
Taft Receives Diplomats.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 4. A bril
liant assemblage, including the diplo
matic corps, crowded the white house
last night for the farewell diplomatic
reception of the Taft administration.
President Taft and Mrs. Taft. the
members of the cabinet and their wives
Rtonrl fn lhe reecivinr line in the blue
room, as the diplomats, garbed in the
gaily decorated uniforms of their
courts, filed through to shake hands
with the entire line. The guests then
overflowed into the big east room, the
ballroom of the white house, where
they promenaded and listened to the
music of the marine band.
Attention W. O. W.
Ton are earnestly requested to at
tend our nest regular meeting, Tues
day evening, January 7, at 8 oclock.
Instalation of officers and a general
good time. Visiting sovereigns especial
ly invited. .
C C. Kiefer. Clerk,
S. A. Vaughan, Con. Com,
AUTOMOBH.E PLUNGES INTO
RIVER; DRIVER IS DROWNED
Toledo, O., Jan. 4. Dr. Petter Don
nelly, prominent locaUy as a physician
and a brother of judge Donnelly, of
Napoleon, was drownedX early today
when his automobile plunged through
the guard chains of the docks and
plunged into the river. . .
Dr. Donnelly was 111 yesterday but
continued at work against The advice
of fellow physicians. He speiit the eve
ning at a club and left there) early to
day in his high powered tojirlng car.
It Is believed that In a deliritVm result
ing from fever he did not realize his
danger as he approached theJock.
OFFICERS liRE INSTALLED .
BY TOE EL FASOSHIUS&
The El Paso Shrine met Frijfay e,ven
ing In the Scottish Rite haiJ' and '"
stalled the officers for the 7ce?r; TJ?e
new potentate Is S. J. Frudeatna,'
succeeds T. C Lea. who resijtn!;a- A1:
fred L. Sharpe Is the chief ri"50" an'
will succeed potentate Frad)PntJnal, at
the next election. Former iSP016111"6
Lea Installed the officers Ss actlnS
potentate of the Kl Maida lojpse-
TtT ...l,- -ni lr
600 N. Stanton. PhoneajMf and m"
"Use Domestic ColS;,,
Southwestern Fuel LO'
See the barrel race at thiVudIftrni"ln
tonight It Is real funny aiW ecltlng-
Phone 1 for automobile. &aswell.
Will save you more than that amount in loss of
time and may prevent the loss of valuable cor
respondence. We rAre Office Outfitters
We Know Out Business.
We have the goods in stock. No delay in delivery.
SECRETS OF LOSING FIGHTS
AGAINST DESIRE FOR DRINK
Helpful Thoughts Based on Judge
The Neal Treatment Knocks Out the
Poison Responsible for Excessive
"If the fellow who is rated as a
drunkard will fight off the desire for the
first drink he will become a sober man."
Desire for drink is what every ex
cessive drinker has to fight. For the
great majority, it is a losing fight.
Craving desire for liquor in nine cases
out of ten overcomes will power and
knocks out good intentions. This gnaw
ing, resistless desire for liquor felt by
all victims of the drink habit is caused
by the accumulated poison of alcohol
whieh isn their systems a poison that
more drink can but temporarily satisfy.
There is one sure way to neutralize
and eliminate this alcoholic poison. The
Neal Treatment does it and in three
brief days. With this poison gone, all
desire for drink is gone. This is the
happy result no matter how long and
firmly fixed the habit. Thousands of
confirmed drinkers have taken the Neal
treatment and had desire for liquor
quickly changed into dislike for every
6 room brick, .No. 809 N. Florence t EjfjA
6 room and basement, new, modern bungalow, j? Crk
1009 Prospect JU, OUU.
6 room brick, south front, 1311 Arizona t j C ff
St. .--- .-.....- . ... , t. .,. 4",
5 room brick, No. 916 Olive ' 70
5 room new bungalow, No. 709 Lee
St........ ...... ........ . -- Wi
5 room brick, No, 708 Wyoming
7 room trick, No. 1118 Los Angeles
8 room double brick 1015-17 E. Missouri
8 room brick (lot 68x258 ft.),
1405 Montana St
S room new modern residence, Hawthorne
8 room crick, No. 1312 Montana
8 room brick, No. 1280 San Antonio
8 room brick, No. 811 Magoffin
(lot 65x120 ft.)
8 room modern residence on Montezuma
2 south front lots, corner of Montana and
52x120 feet warehouse site with
4 south front lots on Bisbce
40 feet south front on Tularosa
Biggest bargain in city modem residence, corner of Prospect Ave. and
I'utnam tit-, at ?1,000.00 less than
COSt .....uj... ,. . ........ . ..
Real Estate and Insurance
CITY S0300LS TO RE
SUME WORK MONDAY
All this happy New Year stuff that
the fClks have been pulllns this week
will end at midnight Sunday for the
school kids and kiddles. The winter
term of the city schools will start
Monday and the Christmas skates,
balls and dolls must be ditched for
spelling books and grammars. The
public schools will open Monday morn
ing after a two weeks' holiday, with
the same teaching force as the fall
semester, with but two exceptions. Miss
Docla Cowan, of the San Jacinto school,
resigned and her place will be taken by
Miss Ruby Cole, of San Antonio; Miss
Mary B. Kelly, of the Lamar school,
also resigned, and Miss Maud Lee
Woods, of Houston, will take her place.
The floors and interior finish of the
Alta Vista school have been completed
during the holidays, but the additional
rooms will not be used until later In
Wright' Cleaning "Works, phone 343.
Auto for hire. Phone L,ong-vclI.
Vhc Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
The Neal Treatment is a harmless
vegetable remedy, taken internally,
ethically administered by regular physi
cians, with positively no hypodermic in
jections. Investigation is not only in
vited, but urged.
THE NEAL TREATMENT has been
officially adopted by the government of
Australia and other state governments
and SIXTY INSTITUTES are now in
operation in the United States and for
LITERATURE AND FULL IN
FORMATION WILL BE FURNISHED
The Neal Three-
Call or Write
Meal Institute of El
915 Mesa Are.
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trackage, d?C i
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207 Mesa Avenue
DOG POISONERS AT
WORK ON NORTH SIDE
Dog poisoners are causing great
grief and woe among the pet pup own
ers on the north side. The residents
along Arizona street and In Golden
Hill have lost a small sized wagon load
of more or less expensie dogs this week
as the result of the poison distributor's
work The canine arch enemy has also
been on Sunset and Mundy Heights.
The pet dog belonging to Bruce Pow
ers, the little "joy" of The Herald joy
ride to Las Cruces. was poisoned Fri
day night and the "glooms" again have
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. Wright.
600 N. Stanton. Phones 16 and 897.
Couples' night, Monday night, at the
T7 Tlnmnxtle Coke.
yathwestern Tiei uo.
LadlesXarments cleaned. Wright.
Auto tiT hire. Phone I,ongTrelI.
Good defining, moderate Drices. Wrijrht.
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to buy the right furniture
at the right price
$105 Brass Bed, Cathedral style.. $75
$0S Square Post Solid Brass
$S5 Square Post Solid Brass
Bed '. $54
$50 Square Post Solid Brass
$420 Velvet Brass Bed...-. $32
$33.50 Satin Brass Bed ,u $29
$26.50 Satin Brass Bed $20
$15 Satin Brass Bed $20.50
Many other patterns in Brass Beds
at similar reductions.
$15.00 Golden Oak Dining Table v. $12
$17.50 Golden Oak Dining Table,
solid pedestal $13.50
$2650 Quartered Oak Dining Table,
solid pedestal $20.00
$30.00 Quartered Oak Dining Table,
solid pedestal $23.00
$25.00 Goldefi Oak Dining Table,
solid pedestal $18.00
$25.00 Golden Oak Dining Table,
solid pedestal $15.00
$26.50 Mission Dining Table,
solid pedestal $20.00
$3-i50 Mission Dining Table,
solid pedestal - $24.50
$40.00 Mission Dining Table,
solid pedestal $30.00
$63.00 Mission Dining Table,
solid pedestal $48.00
$70.00 Quartered Oak Colonial
Dining Table $55JX
$36.00 Mission China Cabinet $27.00
$25.00 Golden Oak China
$17.50 Kjtchen Cabinet .- $14.00
$2000 Kitchen Cabinet $15-75
$30.00 Kitchen Cabinet i... $23.00
$30.00 Mission Hall Tree .$22.50
$21.50 Mission Hall Tree $16.75
$33.50 Quartered Oak Hall
$26.00 Quartered Oak Hall Tree $20.00
$40.00 Quartered Oak Hall Tree $30.00
$37.50 Quartered Oak Hall Tree $28.00
$20.00 Quartered Oak Buffet... $220
$27.50 Quartered Oak Buffet
$39.00 Quartered Oak Buffet .
$40.00 Quartered Oak Buffet .
$1S.00 Quartered Oak Serving
Corner Mills and
THREE ItEStDEVOBS SOLD
" BASTEltlf PART OP CITY
Mrs. Julia Butts has sold to Mrs.
John Kell the six-room residence at 411
Treniont street. In Highland Park, for
$3150. The deal was made by the New
man Investment company.
Mrs. A, M. HJlpert has sold to S. J.
Andrews a four-room cottage at the
corner of San Marcial'and White Oaks
streets. In Alta. Vista, for $1800.
Mrs. B. A. Mo8g has sold to James
Barratt the four-room house on Rose
wood street. In Basset addition, for
$2000. The last two deals were made
through the Lone Star Land company.
Plasters and paperhangers are at
work In the Angel us hotel making gen
eral repairs in the rooms upstairs. No
general change in construction are
planned, but several repairs are to be
made in the lobby, as well as the upper
TKe depositors in the savings department I
are requested to bring in their pass books I
and have the SEMI-ANNUAL interest I
entered therein. I
$33.50 Circassian "Walnut Princess
$34 Circassian "Walnut Princess
$35 Quartered Oak Princess
Dresser . ...$26.50
$37.50 Quartered Oak Princess
Dres3er, very large base $280
$40 Quartered Oak Princess Dresser,
very large mirror and base $30
$35 Quartered Oak Swell Front
Princess Dresser ........$27
$31.50 Colonial Oak Dresser $230
$31 Swell Front Quartered Oak
$40 Colonial Quartered Oak
Dresser ,-. $30
$25 Massive Colonial Dresser.... $19
$20 Colonial Princess Dresser.... $15
$22 Satin Walnut Dresser. ..$1650
$34 Birdseye Dresser ..,,.,.. , . , $75
$32J0 Mahogany Dresser ....- ..$24.50
$33 Mahogany Dresser $25
g?,?,50 Birdseye Dressing Table $16.75
$24 Satin "Walnut Dressing Table $18
$17.50 Quartered Oak Dressing
Table . .. $13
$75 Mission Library Suit, Spanish.
Leather .-..... .. .S57
$26 Mission Morris Chair ...$18
$65 Mission Bed Davenport. - .$49
$73 Golden Oak Davenport... ...$55
$37.50 Solid Mahogany Colonial
Library Table $23
314 Waxed Oak Desk Table $9.50
$11 Fumed Oak "Writing Desk... $85
$27.50 Axminster Rugs, 9x12 $21
$24 Axminster Bugs, 0x12 $19.50
$19 Brussels Bugs (seamless). ...$14
$27.50 Fumed Oak Library
$2.00 Fumed Oak Tabourette. . .$1 .35
$6.00 Sanitary Couches $3.50
$37.50 Brass Crib and Mattress. ..$24
$31.50 Mahogany Chiffonier... .$230
$40.00 Mahogany Chiffonier ....$29.00
$39.00 Mission Chiffonier .. $29.00
$31.00 Birdseye Chiffonier . $24.00
$35.00 Birdseye Chiffonier .$26JX)
$30.00 Birdseye Chiffonier ....$23.00
$28.00 Quartered Oak Chiffonier $2L50
$18.00 Satin "Walnut Chiffonier $14.00
$49.00 Carcassian. "Walnut
Chiffonier 1- .$37.00
$5.00 Leather Seat Dining Chairs $3.75
$4.00 Leather Seat Dining Chairs $3.00
S5.50 Leather Seat Dining Chairs $4 35
floors. About $S000 will be expended
on the Improvements.
Just received, a carload of odd sash
and doors. lender Lumber Co.
Suits and overcoats cleaned. Wright.
Phone 1 for automobile. LonsnU
I Buy Your Soft Hat iVon.
1 $3.50 and $3.00 hats go at
9 End-of-Season Clean-Up B
I THE BOB MOORE CO. I