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EL PASO HERAUD
Friday, January 24, 1913
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
100 lbs. Fancy Potatoes $1.50
20 lbs. Pink Beans .$1.00
50 lbs. Fancy Empress Flour 7 . .$1.65
. 50 lbs. Fancy D. M. Flour -.$1.50
10 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard '. . . .$1.40
10 lbs. Cottolene $1 .40
15 lbs. Fancy Potatoes 25c
8 lbs. Fancy Onions tt 25c
3 lbs. Fancy Head Rice 25c
5 lbs. Broken Rice 25c
3 lbs. Fancy Evaporated Prunes ; . . .25c
2 lbs. Fancy Reaches 25c
2 lbs. Evaporated Apples '. .v. ; 25c
2 lbs. Evapdrated Apricots 30c
3 lbs. Cooking Figs v 25c
3 lbs. Cooking Raisins 25c
3 cans Fancy Tomatoes 25c
3 cans Fancy Sweet Corn 25c
1 doz. Strictly Fresh Eggs, guaranteed 35c
Plain Hams 9C
3 pkgs. good Oats 25c
3 pkgs.. Blue Ribbon Mince Meat .25c
Fancy Large Mackerel, 2 for .25c
Fancy Medium Mackerel .. JOc
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
Phones 2424, 2405
& JTJARBZ RACE ENTRIES &
& FOR SATURDAY, JAN. 25. .
First race, selling:, 3 year olds and up,
6 furlongs Amelia B. 83. Pretty Dale
S3, Jolly Tar 93, Tom G. 93. Laven
der Lass 16 J. "Auto Girl 10S, Free Will
103, Wilhite 106. Delena 106, Quick
Trip 108, Kaneuil Hall 108, Native Son
Second race, selling, 4 year olds and
up. 1 mile "Waasworth JI. 100, Crex
100, Compton 16. Dan Enrique 105,
lack Mate 15, Royal River 105, Gelt-
El Paso Theatre
Jan. 25-26--Mat. Each Day
TirOPAT Yoa Se Mutt and Jeff'
? f IEiH T1" vst Yn WU1 See
HIT IN YEARS,
THE OiVE BIG
If You Want
DON'T MISS SEEING
MUTT and JEFF
In their New Clothes
IT'S A SCREAM
And Don't Fail to Bring
109-11 S.Stanton St. I
co 105. Bit of Fortune 108, Orbed Id
Third race, selling, 3 year olds and
Dp f0f"rInffs Loan Shark 88, Azu
ft88,ReJ..V,3ow 8S- Quick SO. Hola
ui1.,93 Serald 97. Francine '98,
Highland Chief U06, Tallow Dip 10S
Pickaninny 108, Tim Judge 108. Sem
, Fourth race, handicap, 3 year olds and
up, 6 furlongs Kootenay SB. Seneca 98
Pawhuska 103. Ella Bryson 106, Irish
Gentleman 115, Jim Basey 118
Fifth '-ace. purse. 3 year olds, 6 fur
longs JWentworth 100. Pampinea 103
188. Panzareta 110. JThe Cinder 112
JSehreiber & Clark entry.
Sixth race, selling. 4 year olds and
lip; 1 mile Bl Pato 92. Mary Emily 95,
Rosevale 'SB, Flying 97. Little March
ment 102, Jim L. 102. Mazle Girl 102,
Suffragist 105, Eye White 109.
"Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race Six furlongs, selling, 4
yar olds and up, value $300. Roberta
lG?y)?,S',A to L 2 to 1, even, won.
Auto Girl (Steele) -104. 6 to 1. 3 to 1. 3
;?,.8econL Commendation (Estep)
hKto 1Vn7t0 5. show, third. Time.
riii4"?- T1!?'' .DIpu Lady Young,
Good Intent. Hannis, Bredwell, Hugh
Gray, Judge Walton, Evran. Ah Moon
Second race Sis furlongs, purse. 3
year olds, value $300. The Cinder (Tea
han) 105. 3 to 1. 9 to 10. 1 to 3, won.
Weyanoke (Hoffman) 113, 4 to 1 even.
loV s f0?1 ,Ke..nneth ((Burlingame)
, ;,; , , ' " " iv, tnira. lime,
TiLi"; ?' KoJf terA Col1utt. Wentworth,
StS Amella B- Valletta ran.
,il h,rd race One mile, selling, 4 year
oWs and up, value S300. Mary Emtly
eahan) 105. 13 to 15. 7 to 1 of 2 io V.
?lon- "ncraggan (Hoffman) 111. 2
i?i Sc,54,i 5- second. Calethum
pian (Steele) 103, 5 to 2, 2 to 5 show
rf,tUsd- Harlem Maid, Sleepland
Guy Spenser ran.
Fourth race Five and one-half fur-
S4M NEV T,ear oWs Mfl P value
? Sh gentleman (Hoffman) 108,
rt WLin0. .won- Florence Rob
erts (Steele) 103, 3 to 2. 2-to 5 out Ker-
Its' 2 f'f6 L'ore (Klrshbkum)
i-ah f 1 k,0?1 out show- th"-oU Time,
wi- Purlner. Amon ran.
iiE"l Sce five and one-half fur
lonfs. selling. 3 year olds and un value
00. Gemmell (Estep) lot, 4 toVatS
lblU15 7o0,V !0ntf tf foct- (Halley)
Pfadeson TclrteV0, lYoVl'Tt'o
5 show, third. Time. 1:07 i-B Comnton
Rosenta. Beds, Marsand ran." Cornpton
Sixth race Six furlongs selling 4
year olds and up. value saon Ui
Dolly (Robbins) 100. 8 to r 5 to 2 fiY
yurlkgin?e Ao 1. ?Q !
third. Time. 1:14 3?57 Ortalr llT
atnWnHaCn1dDralUCker- o. J..
NECKLACE SELLS FOR 82-11 oon
Paris, France. Jan. 24.At an auction
sale here today of a collection of jew"
elry belonging to a Parisian society
woman, a neckalce of 240 oriental
pearls brought 1,205,000 francs ($241
000), surpassing all records.
Hannah's C0.B. Met Market
1606 E. Boulevard. phone 1323X
Located in Whitfield Grocery.
We handle nothing but the very best Corn Fed Eastern
Meats A trial will convince you.
Veal Stew, j c r..
per lb ...: 1ZJ2C
per lb -.
per lb ...,...--,
per lb .-.-
per lb. 15c and .
Prime Rib Roast,
per lb .---.
DON'T FORGET TO
Hannah's C.O.D. Meat Marke
and they will all tell you that they are satisfied.
Don't buy a Suit or Overcoat until you have seen our fine line of woolens. WE HAVE NO
AGENTS. We deal direct with you. We own and control our own woolen mills. We save- you the
middlemen's profit. We save you not less than $ 1 0.00 and as high as $20.00 on a Suit. Our woolens
are positively the best. You will find the Union Label in all of our clothes. Our tailors are positively
the best in the country.
OUR CLOTHES ARE GOOD CLOTHES. . Good clothes kindle self-confidence. Nothing
helps more surely to give that "just right" feeling than a "JUST RIGHT" SMART FITTING
SUIT OF CLOTHES.
We speak with positive authority on the subject of dress. Our suits have the character, style, snap
that good tailoring should have and the fit is there, too. Remember, our guarantee .goes with every or
der to the extent of your money back if we don't fit you.
An Unlimited Assortment of New Patterns to Choose From New Woolens
A Suit or Overcoat to Your Measure
Our Woolens are
Our trimmings are
217 San Antonio St.
MOHAIR MEN ELECT
SUCCESSOR TO BAKER
Executive Committee of Association
Meets in 1 Paso and Makes
St O. Baker, of Silver City, K. 31., ia
no longer secretary-treasurer and a
member of 'the executive board of the
National Mohair Growers' association.
This statement was issued by F. O.
Landrum, of Laguna, Tex, who was
secretary pro tern, of the executive com
mittee which met in El Paso Thursday
in answer to a call by president U. S.
Grant, of Dallas, Ore. J. E. MeCarty,
of Dublin, Tex., was elected secretary
treasurer to take Mr. Baker's position,
it is announced. 3o reason was given
for the change.
The meeting of the executive commit
tee of the mohair growers was held in
the parlors of Hotel Sheldon, and was
attended by ten committeemen, repre
resenting 15 votes and proxies. J. E.
McCarty presided as vice president in
the absence of nresident Grant. W. C
HammeH, of Lake Valley, N. M., was
elected a member of the executive com- -mittee;
J. E. McCarty resigned as first
vide- president and A. B. Collins, of La
una, Tex., was elected in his place.
Among those who attended the meet
ing of the committee was Mrs. M. Armer,
second vice president of the assoeiation,
and one of its most active members
whose home is in Lake Valley, N. 5L
The other members present were: S. O.
Baker, Silver City. N. M.; Perrv a Witt,
Montell. Tex.; J. V. Hardy, Dallas, Tex.;
W. A. Heather. Silver Citv. W. M A-
bre? Gist, Little Elm. Tex.; F. 0. Lan
drum, Laguna, Tex.; A. B. Collins, La
guna. Tex.; J. E. McCarty, Dublin, Tex
and H. S. Scheffey, Three Rivers, N. M.
The next meeting of the association
Will be held in Dallas, during the Dallas
State fair next fall.
THREE Anfe SENTENCED TO
FIVE YEARS; ASK NEW TRIAL
Jose Lopez, Manuel Lopez and Luis
Reyes, charged by indictment with
robbery by assault, were eaoh sen
tenced to serve five years In the state
penitentiary by a Jury in the 34th dis
trict court Thursday afternoon. They
are alleged to have been Implicated in
the robbery of Antonio Hernandez in a
Broadway saloon. A. motion for a new
trial was filed.
HOOK AND LADDER NO. 1
ELECTS AUSTIN PRESIDENT
The following were elected officers
of hook and ladder company No. 1
Thursday night at the central fire sta
tion: President W. H. AusUn; vice
president. C. B. Stevens; treasurer.
Maury Edwards; secretary. Charles
Schutz foreman, George Sweeney; as
sistant foreman, H. C, VanHaselln; di
rectors, Stanley Bevan. J. P, O'Con
nor, C. W. Fassett.
600 N. Stanton. Phones 16 and 897.
TJe Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
LAWTTERS TO BANQUET FEB. 8.
On the night of February 8, Bl Paso
lawyers will have their annual feast.
The place selected by the committee is
the St. Regis hotel.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
per lb .,.-
per lb , .-.-.
per lb .
Home Dressed Hens,
per lb .....'
Organization Knows No
Limitations Except That
of Fluids to "Work With. '
Answering many inquiries as to the
departments of work being carried on
under the Woman's Charity association,
and the various channels of outlay. The
Herald has prepared this brief sum
mary for public information:
The work of the Woman's Charity as
sociation is organized in the following
departments and divisions:
1. General relief:
a. Alms giving;
b. Division of investigation and
'c. District nurse;
--"d. Free employment bureitu;
e. Financial aid to Salvation
(Note The Woman's Charity never
gives money to an applicant for relief,
but instantly Investigates the need and
then provides food, clothing, fuel, bed
ding, medicine, employment, or what
ever other aid may be needed: the
aged, the bed ridden, the sick and dis
tressed, widows and abandoned wives,
and children in trouble, receive the first
attention. There is constant effort to
avoid any act that might encourage
pauperism, while at the same time the
hand of the Charity is Instantly ex
tended to help the deserving. The Dis
trict Nurse goes into the homes of the
people teaching sewing, carpentry,
cooking and decent living. She teaches
baby tending, nursing, and infant feed
ing, and shows the mothers of -the very
poor now to battle their children and
care for them to keep tbem welL The
District Nurse also attends Dispensary
days at the public free clinic, follows
up cases when asked by physicians to
do so, teaches mothers how to follow'
the orders of the physicians, and brings
babies to the hospital.)
A visiting nurse keeps in touch
with tuberculosis sufferers,
visits the poor families among
the health seekers, furnishes
clothing, bedding and fire, pre
pares special food for the bed
ridden, cares for the very lone
ly, supplies medicine, reports
needy cases to physicians and
to the Woman's Charity. This
department also conducts a tu-
Charity Home: i
a. Relief, giving meals in re
turn for work;
b. Laundry, fully equipped,
where women of the poor
are taught fine laundry work
and given breakfast, lunch
eon, and 50c per day.
a. Free hospital for babies and
b. Temporary and only home
for crippled and defective
c Temporary and only home
for lost children;
d. Temporary and only home
for delinquent children; Tex
as provides no place but the
jails for delinquent girl chil
dren, and no other charitable
agency in Bl Paso offers
refuge to them;
e. Temporary rescue home
the only home in El Paso
that Is open to unfortunate
girls and women;
i. Temporary home for preg
g. Maternity house for poor
h. Children's nursery, every
day of the week, including
Sundays and nights; no oth
er nursery provides care on
Sundays and nights;
1. Temporary home for old
3. Free baths for children.
Neither the city nor county of Bl Paso
provides any fit place to receive or
care for sick or poor women and chil
dren. The Woman's Charity exerts ev
ery effort to make all applicants for
relief self supporting as soon as pos
sible, and to create such conditions as
to make reourrent calls unnecessary.
Charity Headquarters. -The
Woman's Charity association
maintains an office in the county
courthouse, and also maintains a Char
ity Home and Baby Hospital at 406
South Campbell street which has been
fitted up on modern hospital and set
tlement plans and is in the care of a
staff of physicians, nurses, and neces
The employed force of the Woman's
Charity includes a director of relief
work, a keeper of books and case
records, a district nurse, a tuberculosis
visiting nurse, a cook, a laundress and
assistant, and three hospital nurses for
the Baby Hospital (a day nurse, night
nurse, and assistant). None of the ad
ministrative officers of the Charity re
ceive any compensation.
Charity Clearing House.
Through the complete system of
Case Records, the Woman's Cha'rity
headquarters is able at any time to re
port upon the worthiness of any appli
cant ror reiier and it will Investigate
any case called to Its attention, and J
A new batch of
The nobbiest ever
shown in this city.
iajvWM i I, iiH ml, m ITWTIJm
Half Store for Rent
Best Retail Location in
Town. Rent $160.00.
, Phone 311.
Ask for W. T.
render what aid is found to oe required.
Through this agency business men may
save themselves all unnecessary outlay
upon individual cases applying to them
for aid. and may have the active co-
r operation of the Woman's Charity in
investigating aDDlicants. all of whom
f should be referred to the Woman's
Charity before a dollar is paid out to
any applicant, in order to guard against
frauds and unworthy applicants for
i public relief.
THE LOTTERY MAN."
"The Lottery Man" played to rather a
small audience at the El Paso theater
Thursday night, but there was a great
deal of applause, and judging by this,
the audience seemed to get a consid
erable amount of entertainment out of
the show. The plot unfolds the esca
pades of a young newspaper man, who,
as a feature for the paper and, to make
some money for himself, puts himself
up in a lottery, at one dollar a chance,
the winnlnsr woman to take him smA
. the money; meantime he falls in love
with a girl and when an old maid wins
mm m uie lottery, were is a good deal
of a mixed situation. Neither the lines
nor the company are exceedingly bril
THE LOTTERY MAX."
Tonight will be the last opportunity
to witness "The Lottery Man." This is
a comedy dealing with the securing of
a husband. The prices are: Lower
floor, 51.50; balconay, 75c and $1. Tick
ets are on sale at Ryan's. adv.
"MUTT AXD JEFF."
The funniest of funny shows "Mutt
and Jeff." the two great funny men.
in actual life, selected purposely by
"Bud" Fisher for this onlj- original
comedy, will appear Saturday and Sun
day night at the El Paso theater, with
matinee both days. Do not miss this
funny show; every child should see this
great comedy. Tickets are now sell
ing at Ryan's. The lower floor price is
51.o0 night; matinee, lower floor 1;
balcony, 50 and 75c Fun galore and
something new in musical comedy is
Jan. 27 and 28, matinee 28. in "The
Typhoon." Walker Whitesides will ap
pear at the El Paso theater. The night
prices ore 50c to J2.50; matinee. 50c to
?2. It is the greatest play on the road
"Dare Devil" Frank received a se
vere sprain Tuesday which prevented
his carrying out his week's engage
ment. He will possibly appear later.
Next week, the great .Patsy Blondon,
'the king of the tight wire," will ap
pear. Women folk and girls are in
vited to join the class at the Hippo
drome every morning. They will bo
taught to skate and furnished with
good Richardson fiber roller skates.
The best skaters can not skate well
on cheap extension skates. There Is
as much difference in skates as in an
Elgin and an Ingersoll watch. The
Hippodrome is where they all go; if
the instructors prove incompetent, the
management lets them go and tries
others; whenever you see a former
Hippodrome man elsewhere, you may
know he did not suit us. We appre
ciate the women telling us of any un
gentlemanly conduct; we could not
learn of it otherwise. Join the merry
whirl, get Into the Hippodrome circle,
the best to be had- Who can skate
without music? adv.
SOCIETY NIGHT AT WIGWAM.
Tonight Is society night at the Wig
wam, HI Paso's most beautiful and most
popular photoplay house. For the oc
casion there will be a two-reel special,
"The Power of Silence," a feature Selig,
"Roderick's Ride," and a high class mu
sical bill by Prof. Vergara on the unit
ochestra. The human voice pipes will
sing the quartet from "Rlgoletto."
Sarah Bernhadt will be seen at the
Wigwam Monday and Tuesday in her
latest play, "Queen Elizabeth." It is in
four reels and has never been snown
before in this state for less than 25
cents. All who can are urged to go to
the matinees, as the long length of the
production will make if Impossible to
handle the night crowds. adv.
CRAWFORD GREAT CARD TONIGHT
Those who attend the Crawford to
'liplit will fl themselves indebttd to
t' . niimigcmt nt "The Crisis" .Uone is
vrth spiral V nes the admission, bat
Main Store Grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
Three Years Ago One Little Store
Some of the Many Reasons.
KrinQe Kom Flakes, frerpkg 5c
Cape Cod Cranberries, per quhrl 10c
Rolled Oats, 3 packages - .25c
Quaker Oats, 2 packages , 25c
National Biscuit Co.'s 10c pkgs., 3 for 25c
Mountain Park Eggs, per doz ...., ,50c
The best that is possible for eggs to be.
Bananas, choice fruit, per doz . .,20c
Grape Fruit, very choice, 3 for 25c
Del Monte Preserves, any variety 15 to 16 oz.
glasses, of extra quality; per glass 25c
Del Monte Catsup you never had better
Small size (7-oz.) 10c Medium size (15-oz.) 20c
Tall Asparagus (2 1-2 lb. white) per can 25c
Asparagus Tips, 2 for 25c
Cream of Wheat, per package 1 5c
California Canned Fruits any variety or assorted,
3 lb. size 3 for ., . 50c
Pearl White Soap 7 bars for . .25c
Toilet Paper, 4 rolls (4000 sheets) 25c
after the play there will be the ama
teur contest. Make sure about seats
early 25 and 35 cents. adv.
MORE LOCAL TALBXT WAXTBD.
Manager Glass wants more leeal tal
ent for tonight's cash prise contest. Ap
ply Crawford theater up to 7 oclook,
when rehearsal takes place. adv.
BREAKS ARM IX FALL
FROM FURNITURE WAGOX
Thursday ofternoon. in attempting
to arrange a chair that was in danger
of falling off a moving van heavily
loaded with furniture, E. Bird lost ate
balance and feu to the hard pavement,
sustaining a fracture to his right arm.
The falling chair frightened the team.
The hors8 ran for several blocks,
scattering fnrnitnre. -oefore they were
overtaken anj stopped.
TWO AVIATORS ARE, KILLBD.
Etampea, France, Jan. 34. Two
French airmen were killed here today
while making a flight in a monoplane.
Charles Nleuport and his mechanic
were flying at a considerable height,
when their machine doubled up and
fell to the earth, killing both of them
instantly. Nieuport was a wealthy
manufacturer and inventor.
WILL COME HERE FOR BROPHV.
Police chief I. N. Davis is In receipt
of a message from sheriff T. C Weir,
of Abilene. Tes:, to the effect that of
fieers of that place would come to 1
Paso for George Brophy, who was ar
rested here by the city detectives. Bro
phy is alleged to be wanted at Abi
lene on a check charge.
ear 70 -Feels Lik 50
MRS A. CAMPBELL
suosuuKe lor Duffy s, but the doctor
told me to insist on the genuineffi that some dealers tried to sell something else to
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street, Spokane, Wash.
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Sold in SELED BTTLES ONLY by druggists, grocers
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' RESIDENCE SOLD
Humphrey Draper has sold George S.
Johnson, the 14-room, two-story, brick
residence at 701 Mesa avenue for $15.
750. The W. F. Payne Realty compan
made the deal.
A new Methodist Episcopal church is
to be built soon in block 4, Orchard
Park. It is to cost 51000 and w:ll bs
of brick. This church is to be incor
porated: with Adolph Hoffman, Dr. J. E.
Keltaer and J. T. Rowe as trustees.
Boys Manhattan Lota.
Dr. C. P. Brown has bought six lois
in Manhattan Heights, on Federal street
from C H. Leavell for ?24i0. Mrs. L. H.
Barclay has bought two lets in the
same addition on Federal street and
John Clary has bought a building sue
of two lots on Memphis street, ilr.
Leavell also made these sales.
May Delay Building-.
Because the Chinese restauranters
in t&e Bronson block hold a lease on
their room until June, the First Na
tional bank may not be able to get pos
session of the building sooner and the
new First National building mav be
delayed four months in consequence.
ARRESTED OX VAGRAXCT CHARGE.
Harry Roy was arrested by the po
lice early Friday moraine in his room.
in a rooming house on Bast Overland
street. He was docketed at the station
on a charge of vagraney. Following
the arrest of the man, it Is saW, a com
plete "dope" outfit, consisting of co
caine, needles and other incidentals
that go with the "snow," was recov
ered. Mrs. Campbell's doctor
advised her to take a table
spoonful of Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey before each
meal. She did so and re
covered health and youth
"Eight years ago, wlien sick, I
lost my appetite. I could not eat
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Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey before
each meal as a stimulant, as it was
good for the system. It did much
more good than the doctor said. I
feel more like fifty years old than
sixty-nine. My appetite is splendid,
ind I find a tablespoonful of Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey k very invigor-
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