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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, February 14, 1913
SAVE ONE DOLLAR
During the next 8 days we will make a special showing of our
$2.50 pumps and oxfords. Do not fail to see them.
Men's and Women's Pumps and Oxfords in All
The Latest Lasts
Women's Pumps and bpeciai Men's Oxfords, but-
Oxfords in Eussia fr O ( ton ani lace Russia
calf, gunmetal calf, P calf, gunmetal calf,
patent Md, vici Md. Special patent Md, vici Md.
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Texas A Pacific train No. 5, due at
9 05 p. m., is reported to arrive at
J 05 a. m. Saturday. All other after
noon and night trains are reported en
time for Friday
Prerojt Transrer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Poraeroys El
Paso Transfer. Phone 24.
Or. JaBdeaea, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills BMg.
Knkaser a Fnnil Booster.
Bob Krakauer boosted the chamber
cf commerce budget fund by $678 Wed
nesday afternoon .when he raised that
amount by personal solicitation In the
Dr. Jones, Feet Specialist, Mills Bids.
Opes at night by appointment. Phone 788
Dm. Brem, dentists. 2 Mill Bldg.;
Kxtend Treaty With France.
Washington, D. C Feb. 14. Secre
tary Knox and ambassador Jusserand
have Slgnea a convention to exiena
for another period of five years, the
arbitration treaty between the United
States and France, which expires
Dr. Reblnson. disease of children, and
obstetrics. 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. A. T. Still Ostcoathlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in ontef ;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Aster to Aid Agriculturists.
Albany, N. T., Feb. 14. Vincent
Astor has selected the field of agri
culture for aiding humanity. Governor
Sulzer announced he had appointed
Mr. Astor to head the delegation which
will represent New York state at the
meeting of the general assembly of the
international institute of agriculture, to
be held In Rome, Italy, next May.
For nafse nfrlns and fixtures see
the National Telegraphese and Supply
Company, 217 Mills street.
Dr. Nettle Sattcrlee, osteopath, 410
Mills BMg, phone 141.
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Asrees to Pay Doctor's Bill.
Jose Maria Hernandez appeared in
justice of the peace B. B. McClintock's
court Friday morning with a bandaged
Mussey's Cash Groci
912 Rftundy Avenue
AH claims to the contrary notwithstanding, we are in position to sell as
low as any retail grocer in El Paso, and for these impregnable reasons:
We own wr building, and have neither store rent nor house rent to pay;
we buy for cash and can buy at least as well as these 60 and 90 day
fellows; we sell oa a cash basis, and have never met with a loss; we
handle the business ourselves and "have no payroll to meet. The prices
below are regular prices.
No Other Prices Were Advanced Because
These Were Made Low
WHITE SUGAR, with every $4.00 order, 21 lbs. $1.00
3 caas Tomatoes, Corn or Salsa Pura --- 25c
3 cans Van Camp's Fork and Beans 25c
2 cans Faultless Sifted Peas - 25c
2 cans Burt Olney's Peas - 35c
YARD EGGS, from Rio Grande Valley 35c
Meadow Gold Batter, this week 40c
Fine, large Evaporated Peaches, 2 lbs. ., 25c
Extra large Prunes, 2 lbs. 25c
Evaporated Apricots, per lb. 171-2C
WHITE HOUSE OR PRESIDENT C0EFEE .'. 40c
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, 35c, 40c, and 45c
McMath's new brand, Paso del Norte Coffee - 50c
Many other brands, from 30c to 40c
Chase &. Sanborn's, Shilling's, and other Teas.
SHELLED WALNUTS OR ALMONDS 55c; PECANS 75c
Home Made Grape Jelly (no gelatine) .' 15c
Cottolene, 4 lb. buckets 55c
Silver Leaf Lard, S lb. buckets 45c
Baker's Chocolate .' 40c
PURE MAPLE SYRUP, our own bottling, 25c and 50c
J head. He charged Miguel Cordova with
I Uaving struck him over the head with
! a heavy watch in an altercation which
took place Thursday night in Kast SI
Paso. The defendant agreed to pay' a
doctor for attending to the wounded
' man and the case was dismissed.
Dr. Merloni, obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren & kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. SIS Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Sentenced on Swindling Charge.
Portland. Oresron. Feb. 14. The our-
j tain was rung down in the great Ce
I lumbta river orchard swindle with the
sentencing by United States district
i judge Bean, of IL H. Humphrey and
R. H. McWhorter. Humphrey was
, fined 11MKI, which he paid. McWhorter
I was sentenced to two months in Jail.
A. J. Biehl, one of the principals in the
case, was sentenced recently to two
' years imprisonment in a federal peni
' tentlary. W. E. Delarm, the head of
, the swindle, is said to be dead, and a
, fifth man, G. C Hodges, is supposed to
i be in Canada.
Headquarters .for Mazda lamps.
Electric Co., 641 San Antonio St.
Dr. R. M. Ratllff, dentist. S4-5-6 Ca
Thinks Husband Is Here.
Mrs. E. Sigall, living at 64 West 118
street. New York eity, has written to
police chief I. N. Davis to locate her
husband, who she says disappeared
from his home about two months ago,
leaving her with five small children to
Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and
internal diseases. 43 Koberts-tfan. Bid.
Dr. Paget, dentist, S91 Roberts-Banner.
Martin Is Acquitted.
H N. Martin, white haired and 64
years of age, who was on trial Thurs
day afternoon in the 24th district court
on a charge of burglary, was acquitted.
The defendant was charged with hav
ing entered the residence of J. Y. Bas
com several months ago.
Chiropodist. Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
We are not in the electrical associa
tion. Oar prices are still 7t cents per
hour. Texas Electrical Supply Co,
House of Qnalitr. 110 K. Stanton St.
Flower Fairs Held.
Valentine flower mission fairs were
In progress in the hotels and on the
streets Friday under the direction of
the Woman's Charity. The proceeds
from the flower sale will go to the
charity fund to save the babies.
Dr. Bbert. Dentist, ZiC-218 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
Lovers of real melodrama will find no
fault with "Freckles." A fairly large
house full of El Paso an s witnessed tne
attraction at the El Paso theater Thurs
day night and the applause was fre
quent and hearty.
The play is In three acts and tells the
story of a boy who had been left an
orphan, with but one hand, and his bat
tle with the world. He finally wins the
admiration of the owner of a vast Um
ber tract and is set to guard the tim
ber from thieves, where he provs his
honesty and integrity and falls in love
with a girl, who returns the compliment
with equal zest. Then conmes an acci
dent In which a falling tree crushes the
lad almost to death and he is taken
by the girl and her family, who have
wealth and position, to the city to be
nursed back to life. There are start
ling revelations in the last act rela
tive to the ancestry of the young man
and. of course, these revelations set ev
erything aright and make him mighty
happy; there is another love story in
the play and it also ends just as hap
pily. The settings for the first trwo acts, i
wnicu are laid in the timber forest, arc
splendidly done and very natural. The
last act is the parlor of the home of
One of the enjoyable features of the
performance is the portrayal of the old
Scotch couple by John S. Marble and
Dignan Meredith. Both are exception
ally good in these characters and pic
ture two very lovable, tender hearted
old stage people. Mr. Marble has ap
peared in some of the best productions
of the past decade and Is known to all
American theatergoers. Miss Meredith
was for a time In the "Bunty Pulls the
Miss Carrie Bellemore. as "the girl,"
christened by "Freckles" as "the angel
of the swamp," is as clever as she is
pretty and easily wins the hearts of her
Julius Velle is the "Freckles" of the
cast While not as well cast for the
part as he might be, he got plenty of
applause Thursday night and his tenor
singing was very pleasing. He renders
three solos incident to the action of the
play. He was formerly tenor for the
Denver Post's Boys" band and also sang
in New York church choirs.
Jay Mansfield, as camp cook, por
trayed a very good character part, as
good as that which he created in the
role of the German sergeant In "Ari
zona." Other members of the cast were am
ply satisfactory. The dramatization is
a very careful following of the book,
which made so many thousands laugh
and cry because it seemed to get so
close to human nature in almost every
element and the cast is equal to the
parts, and but slight criticism can be
offered to the manner In which the play
is acted. The management has in the
main been most happy in selecting a
very capable cast, and the many and
strong character portrayals which the
development of the plot permits could
hardly be improved upon over those in
As a rural melodrama, telling a story
that is different from the usual melo
drama and with a setting that is en
tirely original. "Freckles has a place
of Its own. The play is Nell Twomeys
dramatization of Gene Stratton-Por-ters
novel. The story Is a good one,
and many who have read the book say
It has galnned force In the transporta
tion from the leaves of a book to a set
ting behind the footlights.
CRAWFORD; TONIGHT CIRCUS NIGHT J
x .n.Ish,t is designated "circus night"
by the Great Griffith," who wUl put on
the greatest hypnotic features in his
mtolrLot marvelous accomplish
K,, T1,e serious side of scientific
?ir lled ?errJnient, and those who at
JZ Cr&w,frd nSht will have
riffltvSUS? for. -congratulation,
mfrl t8 c1 ot neSr0 subjects are
?,to.prov,de " the n that can be
some &. "rJnclr,CU8-iu theVi
slraSon ttYif to the G-l"ta demon -Klvt
a Lwi GtaBa rsnUlon will
fitw X? iw Prsram 0f entertainment,
wo?fh tt,WhIcn "tractions will well be
prIces.-lAdvfmaU Crawford admission
BIG NIGHT AT AUDITORIUM.
raUed .i?1 admk!on not be
dan.th? nsational skate ana
th rf ht,Ki the Auditorium tonight.
The SS5. ,?,ght for amusement goers.
hav of? P8 and the lower tife will
Audita. enjoabJe night at the classj
t0Thm tffEw- ood happen-
.. " orcnestra ana tne
molt SLean,a doubIe concert. The
be Elven Crl?al Z?d n,ht lil
me tonTeht i.te BI Paso !- Meet
e ' ? ln dreamland; get In the
rfvW,toiTeP aBe- pres will be
fnT,t"a!.vaIent,n!- Do not mask
your face. Advertisement.
FINB PROGRA3I TOMGIIT.
iTfh,t.WI8wamJ,as an ext-a nne lot of
oiiwT r l$y- They include "A
Clew to Her Parentage." another of
ihS.5re2. T. HPPned to Mary"
fle-?.: xTlrat?T GoW" a Blograph, and
"Twilight of Her Life, a Lubin.
Tonight is society night. Prof. Ver
gara has arranged a splendid musical
bill and the human voice pipes will be
used. During each show tl.e unit or
chestra will play automati. ill The
. elections are "Bumlile B,. an; -1'o.s
"id P..n- from "Tl-o Toll,. nf lru
The Walfz Lcsoori frm In,. Ki-s
STOCK REDUCTION SALE
SUA I fF jr
This Kite he n Cabinet
(just as shown in cut)
EACH day of our Stock Reduc
tion Sale we try and select
something in the way of an Extra
Special. For tomorrow we have
selected the kitchen cabinet shown
above. This cabinet is substan
tially made and nicely finished. It
has two. large bins for flour and
groceries and two drawers for table cutlery and the smaller kitchen
utensils. You have often paid $7.00 'for kitchen cab- . j - serf
inets not as good as this one. It is
ilncHon Kale Swcinl for tomorrow
Waltz." and "Come with me to the.Bun
galow" and "New Yorkers," from
Ueoree M. Cohans "The Little MlWon-
Toddy the Bijou will exhibit a splen
did two part special feature, "It is Nev
er Too Late to Mend." written by
Charles Reade, the famous novelist.
This picture is a real feature, produced
by the Edison company in England,
and should not be missed. It will be
shown today only, from noon to 11:15
p. m. Adv.
CRVWFORD SATURDAY MATINEE. I
The program at the Crawford Saturday
v. .11 be arranged to please the women l
rnd children. The admission to the !
Crawford matinees is 10 and 20 cents
only; 25 cents for reserved boxes.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
No roofing paper like Congo. Lander
r.Hiabcr Co. v
ROGERS H ROGERS 1
106-8-10-12 North Stanton Street I
f $5.75 f I
an Extra Stock Re- 'fek W
at. UJfm 9 JP
SQUARING UP WITH
THE LOCAL UNIONS
Itlnc Takes A. M. James, "Ted" Bart
lett's Friend. Into Camp as Mem
ber of Executive Committee.
Having put into effect the eight hour
law in response to the requests of the
labor unions of the city, and selected
A. M. James, a member of the central
labor committee which called on mayor
C E. Kelly relative to that proposition,
as a candidate for membership on the
executive committee of the ring organi
zation, the leaders appear to think that
they are safe 'with the unions. James.
who is a member of the bricklayers'
union and a close friend of "Teddy"
Bartlett. city building inspector, says
the unions are now satisfied. James
was one of the men who helped to
overturn the H. M. Walker regime In
the control of the Central Labor union ;
and instal -what the old crowd calls I
"radical rule" for the Kl Paso unions. I
.James was present Thursday night j
Now Is The Time For
In Notions,, Dry Goods, Tinware,
Hardware, Crockery, Hosiery, En
aineiware, Ribbon, Glassware,
Lace, Embroidery, Soaps
Every Piece of Merchandise Dam
aged by Fire or Touched by Smoke
Rlusf be Sold Out
IN TWO WEEKS
To Make Room For New Stock
Already Being Shipped
Sale Starts at 9 a. m.
" iss n wk isBeH H9HBB I
Save You Money
OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST. WE GUAR
ANTEE OUR GOODS STANDARD
20 lbs. BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, $1.00
15 lbs. Fancy Potatoes . .j..w -t.-- ..w-m-..,.. -25c
14 lbs. Fancy Onions for . .. .--. .,".-....- -.--. .25c
Imperial Oats, 3 pkgs. for . .. .-.25c
Krinkle Corn Flakes, 4 pkgs. for ,. .- .,. . .i. .25c
Strictly fresh Yard Eggs, per doz. ,..,.. .30c
Sweet Clover Creamery Butter, 2 lbs. for .,. ., 75c
Genuine Mexican Pink Beans, 4 lbs. for .-.25c
Fancy Head Rice, 3 lbs. for . . .,.25c
Snowdrift, better than Lard
4 lb. pail for . .55c 10 lb. pail for . .$1.35
Diamond M. Flour, every sack guaranteed
24 lb. sack for .. 75c 48 lb. sack f or . .$1.50
Lady Arundel Tomatoes, 3 cans for ,. .., 25c
Fancy Iowa Corn, 3 cans for , .-.-.. . . .25f;
Fancy String Beans, 3 cans for o .25c
Evaporated Milk, all brands, 3 cans for. 25c
Fancy Prunes, 3 lbs. for :.. . . . ..-. .t. . J25c
Evaporated Apricots, per lb. . .-.,. .-.- . 15c
Evaporated Figs, 3 lbs. for t -. .25c
Pure California Table Claret, per gallon . ..... . .65c
Pure California Sweet Wines, per gallon .. 75c
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
109-11 South Sianlon.
at the brief session of the Young Demo
crats, and when called on for a speech,
he said first he 'was no speechmaker,
and then he said: "I don't think there
will be any opposition. From a labor
standpoint. I find at this time labor
is satisfied. Before it was not. The
union men I know will give me
their hearty support aad while they
are doing that. I don t think they will
forget the rest of the ticket."
Tom Newman, who goes on the ring
ticket as a candidate for chairmen of
the executive committee, thanked the
"Voung Democrats for their endorse
ment and knew that with their assist
ance, he could win out.
Robert Holliday, president of the
club, who has just returned from New
Orleans, presided, at the meeting .r.d
stated that he was glad to- return. He
urged all the members to continue their
activities along the lines of seeing all
the friends of the ring and having1 them
out on Feb. 30, the day of the primaries
On account of the election falling on
next Thursday, the Yoaag Democrats
will hold a meeting Wednesday night.
FOKM33R MINISTER TO SPATV
DISS AT 3TBW YORK HOME.
New Yerk, N. Y Feb. .Gn. Stew
art L, Woodford, veteran publicist id
former United States minister to Spa'
died at bis home In Mew York h s