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L PASO HERALD
JT r TL7 9 C "Economy Basement"
A Hi W 3 Spring Clearance Sale
BOTH UP AND
jk ii High Shoes and mm -
JrU Winter Footwear IVMUSt,
Feb. 17th to March 1st
'7'f w j can buy here High Shoes (and Many
A kJkJ styles in Oxfords, f x D
Pumps & Slippers) at strictly VsOSl iTlCCS
Women's Button Shoes
NEWEST LASTS AND PATTERNS
Patents, white or black tops; Gun Metals; Velvets
and Tans; all sizes and widths, regular gL CI?
$3. GO, $3.50 and $4.00 Values, at . . . $Z.OU
Women's Patent . Button Oxfords, white tops, $3.25
Women 's Patent Button Oxfords, dull tops, $2. 65
Women's Gun Metal and Tan Button Oxfords, $2.65
Women's Tan Russia Calf Button Oxfords, $2.95
Young Misses9 Button Oxfords
Gun Metal and Patent Leather, newest dc ZE
lasts, low heels, sizes 2 to 6 ..... . POD
Misses' Gun Metal Button Shoes
Solid Oak Soles, Sizes 8 1-2 to 11 . . $1.45
And Low Heel, Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 . . $1.85
Big Misses, Sizes 2 1-2 to 6 .... $2.25
Gun Metal Calf, ) 9 to 13 . . $1.65
$ Solid Leather Soles, J Jfig
9 Scout Shoes. 9 to 13 1-2 SI. 45
S Black Elk Hide,l to S 1-2 1.85
Jlyf Solid Work Shoes, Tan art rp
LWlen S and Black Elk, Special . . qtZ.ifb
To Save Shoe Money on Ytiur
Early Spring Purchases.
I St. STjiE"SATI5FACTORY SORT J - I
B ED. TV. PEW. H
Come Out With Me
(An EI Paso Keverle.)
Did you ever take yonr darning
out into the yard? Well, Just try it
some day soon, not In a. shady nook.
but right out in God's good sunshine.
Get your bonnet, tie it on securely,
put on a light- wrap, and of course
vou 11 have to remember to phone your
"morning order before going. Then,
Before you are filled j
iritn .uereury and I
Other Pelseneus I
Drags, see Dr. Che i
Hek. the botanist
specialist, who cures i
the following dis
eases without the
aid of minerals or
knife: Cancer. Blood
tism Heart Disease.
ana liver aerange
oi t nts. ConFultation
i . p 406 San An- I
i.oS: Phone 2910 i
you might put a piece of heavy paper
between the bells, so if some friend
calls up. just to hear how you liked
the new preacher, or to know whether
you have seen that beautiful hat, in a
downtown window, you will "darn on,"
in blissful ignorance.
These things accomplished, get your
basket of darning, and come on out
Take a few deep breaths of the fresh
morning air, look at the fleecy clouds
floating above you and then try to fill
up that gaping hole in the wee boy's
Bless his heart! He did that, when
he fell oTer that big stone, one day
last week, and you had to kiss it,
dirt and all, to make it welL It
doesn't really matter if you do stop
a few minutes, to remember how his
little arms went around your neck,
and how the baby face brightened,
and all was smiles again. If you don't
finish todav, you can tomorrow.
Per head some crows are flying,
ana calling to each other, and on a
nearby telephone post, sits a little bird.
sending up its morning song of praise
to its Maker, and you wonder what
oira it is an J wish you knew more
about them - on could tell the bo
Von -woniTfr ou had never thought
of it bi '.r. lut ihr-n, jou are alwa..s
in the house, you had hardly known
there were birds round El Paso nor
had you imagined the sun so bright
and warm In February.
But how about that darning only
three more pairs? What a lovely
morning it has been. Now I knew you
would enjoy it. just come out everv
chance you get. but remertber you
must put aside the little worries and
anxieties of the day. forget that you
EEL r,.la,8t ? hllt- turned
back to front, again this spring or
whiM " and eled to apeak
when she saw you yesterday. Don't
f w can't see. the sun shining
in u SJnai?y wrres. and afte?
all what does it matter7
Vf.T h Jf the bue sy- about
OU..Ahe brJSht sunshine, the birds, the
budding trees. Get your bonnet and
your low chair come out. and jut
HOTEL PASO DEL XOItTE.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid
night. Meals served a la carte ex
Train No. 5. of the Texas & Pacific,
due at 9:05 p. m.. is reported one
hour late. All other afternoon and
evening trains for Monday are reported
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Shoot Sloaher By Mistake.
San Francisco. Calif.. Feb. 17. Mrs.
Marie "W. Henderson, former wife of
W. J. Henderson, musical critic of the
New York Sun, was accidentally shot
here by her daughter Mrs. F. H. Petrie,
who thought her mother was. a burglar.
The wound was slight and she will recover.
Dr. Jones, Foot Specialist, 31111s Bldg.
Open at night by appointment. Phone 783
,Dr. 'Jnmleson, diseases or kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Timber for North Western.
Bridge timbers and other material
for the repair of the Mexico North
Western railroad line have been re
ceived by the Texas & Pacific road.
Drs. Brown, dentists, 206 Mills Bldg.;
Dr. Roblnsoc diseass of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bids.
Deputy Sheriff Resigns.
Santa Rosa. N. M., Feb. 17. A. J.
Coury, chief deputy under sheriff Da
ran, has tendered his resignation and
will re-engage in commercial pursuits.
Camilo Sanchez, former treasurer or
this county, has been appointed his
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Auto Bandit Confesses.
Chicago. 111., Feb. 17. Robert "Webb,
highwayman and leader of the auto
mobile bandits. Chicago's most dan
gerouscriminal, according to the police.
has confessed that he shot and killed
policeman Peter Hart several weeks
ago. Webb was captured Friday.
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon. Oregon and San Antonio.
Dr. Morford. obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren & kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Fatal Fall From Freight.
Douglas, Ariz., Feb. 17. B. H. Pippin,
aged 25 years, died at the county hos
pital here as a result of injuries sus
tained early in the week when he fell
under the wheels of a freight train
near Benson. His left arm and leg
were crushed and lacerated by the ac
cident while he suffered also from con
cussion of the brain. Pippin was a na
tive of Weatherford, Texas, his rela
tives having been notified of his death.
Headquarters for Mazda lamps. Gem
Electric Co, 881 San Antonio St.
Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and
internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Plan Monument to the Indian.
New York, Feb. 17. 'At Fort Tomp
kins, near the Narrows, the highest
spot in New York harbor, ground will
be broken on Washington's birthday
anniversary for the erection of a me-
I mortal to the riorth American Indian.
' President Taft, attended by members
l of his cabinet, the statement says, will
I inaugurate the movement for the erec
, tion of the monument which congress
' has authorized.
Dr. Paget, dentist, 501 Roberts-Banner.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson. Herald Bldg.
Mexlcnn Shoots Up the Air.
At 11:36 oclock Saturday night
mounted policemen York and Finley
were sent to investigate a reported
shootine at the corner of First and
Hills streets. A Mexican -apparently
intoxicated, they learned, had fired sev
eral shots into the air with ne seri
State of Texas,
County of El Paso.
I. Sam Rowan, do solemnly swear,
that on the 15th day of February. 1913,
I was called into mayor Kelly's office
and asked if I had ever stated to any
person that if I was given a one hun
dred dollar marked bill that I would
guarantee that they would find this
bill In mayor Kelly's possession as
hush money. I repeat that I had never
made any such statement, either In
substance or effect to any person, and
further stated that I had paid two
fines to the city of El Paso for gam
bling since he had been mayor and had
only been arrested on those two occa
sions, and that any person who had
made made any such statement was an
infamous, malicious liar.
I furthermore swear I have not been
present when any raid on a gaming
house or the arrest of any person for
gaming has been made since I paid the
last fine something more than four
Subscribed and sworn to by Sam
Rowan, before me, this, the 15th day
of February, A. D., 1913.
CL W. Fassett.
Notary Public In and for the City of
El Paso. Texas.
We are not In the electrical associa
tion. Our prices are still 75 cents per
hour. Texas Electrical Supply Co,
Home of Quality, 119 X. Stanton St.
"Trust Busters" Break; Record.
Washlngton, D. CL, Feb. 17. A high
record in "trust busting" Is being es
tablished in the closing days of presi
dent Taft's administration. Attorney
General Wickersham and Jas. A. Fow
ler, his assistant, the "trust buster" of
the department of justice, filed four
civil anti-trust suits last week and two
similar suits in the preceding week,
making a new record of a suit a day
for six days, exclusive of Sunday.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist, nc-218 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
Former Senator Hale III.
Washington, D. CL. Feb. 17. Former
senator Eugene Hale, of Maine, is re
ported to be In a critical condition from
Dr. R. ar. Rntllff, dentist, 204-5-6 Ca
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath, 416
Mills Bldg phone 141.
Alleged Wire Tapper Arrested.
Detroit, Mich.. Feb. 17. Frank Ad
ams, alias "Pie" Adams, alleged to be
one of the gang of wire tappers who
rigured in the recent failure of the
Klrby Bank in Chicago, was arrested
here and is held for the Chicago .police.
It is said Adams and three other men
succeded in swindling Dr. Kirby, presi
dent of the bank, out of $20,060 last
October, this loss together with others,
resulting in the bank's collapse.
Dr. A. T. Still Os'teopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief ;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
HOTEI, PASO DKI XOKTE.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Fa&o del Norte is open until mid
night. Meals served a la carte ex
I hc Domestic Coke
Suuthwistrn Fuci Co.
1 ne Domestic Coke.
Southnistom Fuel Co.
B'lrAti '. il .vt ci'oappr and better
than cottar. Lander Lumber C.
JUAREZ RACK BXTRIBS
-FOR TUKSDAY, FEB. IS
First race, selling. 3 year olds and
up, 1 mile Blue Beard 92, Ah Moon
106, Lawn 166, Adolaate 162, Lonia
116, Virginia Lindsey 118. Delena 110,
Chief Desmond 110. Layminster 110.
John Patterson 112, Ben Greenleaf 112,
6 V. Hough 112.
Second race, selling. 3 year olds-.nd
up, 6 furlongs Loving Mose 90, Ma
zurka 93, Hazel C. 166, Rose O'Neil 16J,
CBanticIor 163. Sir Barry 105, Tim Judge
165, Transparent 105. Judge Walton 10S.
Lescar 168, Colinet 108, Orbed Lad 109.
Third race, purse, 4 year olds and up,
7 furlongs Cracker Box 102, Puck
164, Mockler 105, Capitan Bravo 107.
Vml, 1AT PnnullA 112.
Fourth race handicap. 3 year olds
and up. 5 1-2 furlongs Flying Foot
steps 92. Nobby 92. Mona Canomann 95.
Furlong 102, Lady Panchita 102, Upright
102, Kootenay 106, Joe Diebold 112, Irish
Fifth race, selling. 3 year olds and up.
5 1-2 furlongs Motto's Pride 93,
Sprightly Miss 98, Dynamo 9S, Mayer
dale 102. Ancestors 163, Ardelon 163,
Moller 103, Amity 105, Mother Katcham
165. Bula Welsh 165, Hasson 110.
Sixth race, selling. 4 year olds and
up, 1 mile Mandadero 93, Free Will
96, Calethumpian 98. Sugar Lump 161.
Duncraggan 16S, Dutch Rock 106, Black
Mate 110, Balcliff 116.
Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race Five and one-half fur
longs, selling 3 year olds and up, value
5366. Hugh Gray (Irvin) 166, 2 to 1, 6 to
5, 7 to 16, won. Lee Harrison n (Hen
ry) 116. 7 to 1, 3 to 1. 3 to 2. second.
Good Intent (Cavanaugh) 116. 12 to 1,
2 to 1, show, third. Time, 1:10 3-5. Tal
low Dip, Magda 4- McAlan, John Pat
terson. Coed. Booger Battle. M. Cam
bon, Sadie haptro. Green Isle, Dr.
Second race Five and one-half fur
longs, selling, 3 year olds and up, value
$304- Serenade (Teahan) 168. 26 to 1,
8 to 1. 4 to 1, won. Minnie F. (McDon
ald) 88, 15 to 1. 6 to 1. 5 to 2, second.
Sterlin (Groth) 115, 3 to 1, 3 to 5. show,
third. Time, 1:09 4-5. Mercurium, Ga
lene Gale. Charley Brown. Shooting
Spray. B&lronia ran.
Third race Five and one-half fur
longs, purse, 3 year olds and up value
-$360. George Oxnard (Henry) 187. 5 to
1, 8 to 5. 4 to 5, won. Furlong (Kirsch
baum) 108, 6 to 1, 2 to 1, even, second.
Ymlr (Gross) 164. 6 to 1, even, show,
third. Time. 1:69 1-5. Mona Canomann.
Flying Footsteps. Lucille Allen, Rock
dale. Sly Lad. Stout Heart ran.
Fourth race One mile. EI Paso
stakes, selling, 3 year olds and up.
value $1695. Console (McCabe) 167. 3
to 2. 3 to 6. out. won. Hatteras (Henry)
107, 3 to 1, 4 to "5, out, second. Dr.
Dougherty (Halsey) 105, 12 to 1, 7 to
5. show, third. Time. 1 :42 1-5. First Star,
Lady Rankin ran.
Fifth race Six furlongs, selling. 3
year olds and up, value $300. Eye White
(Gross) 111, 8 to 5, 3 to 5, 1 to 3. won.
Gimll (Forsyth) 106, 5 to 2, 4 to 5, 1 to
3, second. Inquieta (Callahan) 9S. 16 to
1. 7 to 5. show, third. Time, 1:17. Les
cas, Masalo. Anne McGee. Rogon ran.
Sixth race One and three-sixteenth
miles, selling, 4 year olds and up. value
$306. Flying (Nathan) 97, 7 to 1, 2 to
1. out, won. Shorty Notacut (Kederis)
165, 2 to 1 1 to 2 out, second. Rake
(Estop) 165, 3 to 2. out, show, third.
Time, 2:661-5. Whidden ran.
First race. 6 1-2 furlongs, selling,
three year olds and up, value $30.
Originator (Cotton) 111, 10 to 1, 4 to 1.
2 to 1, won. Mike Mollett (Hill) 168. 4
to 1, J i to 2. 7 to 10. second. Billy Myer
(Peak) 168, 6 to 1, even show, third.
Time: 1:13. Stonecutter, Baden. Nattve
Son, Definite ran.
Second race, 5 1-2 furlongs, selling,
maidens, three and four year olds value
$308. Hasson (Groth) 118. 7 to 5. 3 to S.
1 to 4, won. Lake "Van Zandt (Murphy)
168, 3 to 1. 4 to 5. 2 to 5, secend. Kali
Iflla (Haynes) 182. 1 to 1. 2 to 1 show,
third. Time: 1:12 2-5. Bl Sabio, Ada
Doyle. Bill Finn. Wolfress ran.
Third race, 1 1-6 miles, selling, four
year oMs and up, value $308. " Wads
worth II. (Halsey) 160, 6 to 1. 6 to 5, 1
to 2, won. Barney Oldfleld (Kederis),
110. 16 to 1. 6 to 1. 2 to 1. second. Sleep
land (Carter) 105. 7 to 10. out show,
third. Time: 1:55 2-6. El Toro, Flying.
Lily Paxton, Dick Baker ran.
Fourth race. 51-2 furlongs, selling,
3 year olds and up, value $308. Hola
bird (Estep) 103, 5 to 2, 9 to 10, 1 to 2.
won. Russell McGill (Kederis) 185, 6
to 5, 1 to 2, out, second. P. Henderson
(Groth) 185. 7 to 1. 4 to 5 show, third
time: 1K1 3-5. Galena Gale, Ernest H-,
Bonnie Bard. Edmond Adams ran.
Fifth race, 1 mile selling, 4 year olds
and up, value $36t. Balcliff (Peak) 119.
6 to 5. 2 to 5, out. won. C W. Kennon
Our Great Annual
Sale Easter Silks
Reaches a Value-Giving
Height Hard ttf Realize
New Interest Tuesclay
VERY few can realize what a great event
is this Annual Sale of Easter Silks un
til they are introduced to the splendid silks
that are heing offered.
It's not a case of a woman coming to buy a few
yards of silk, it's a case of where families are
supplied with silks for months to come.
Why, it's nothing uncommon for a woman to
buy six and seven dress patterns of silks at
this sale, and yet it's not surprising when the
economies are so apparent. Why, there is any
amount of this silk selling at prices that are
positively matchless, and every yard of it in
cluded in the sale is a bargain at the price.
The Sale Started Today With
And now for Tuesday. At the time of going
to press it is not possible for us to give exact
details of the items that 'are available, for a
quantity that may seem remarkable dwindles
quickly under such tremendous buying.
We know however that it will be almost" im
possible for us to dispose of even haSf the
quantity in the first day's selling. So- for
Tuesday and the rest of the week there -will
be values extraordinary for any -woman-whet
needs silks. .- - v
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company
EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKATJEE, Eresidefct-
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
C. B. BUSSELL,
Sept. of Affents.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Seety. and Geal Mgr.
(Kederis) 165, 2 to 1, 1 to 3, out. second.
Little Marchinont (Tehan), 1. S to 1.
out show theird. Time: 1:47. Ser
Sixth race, 5 1-2 furlongs, selling,
three year olds and up, value $366. Beds.
(Gargan) 166, IS to 5. S to S, 3 to 5, won
Fanetril Hall (Kederis) 188. 2 to 1. eve.!
1 to X second. Bobby Cook (Callahan
ItS, 12 to 1. S to 5 show, third. Time:
1:11 2-5. Bells, Gift, Harlem Maid,
Roberta. Rosenta ran.
netEiwe 5 u S. Department of Agf&SltliTe,
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CTPT. AVATGRY. NOEES.
AV....Ati. dw. O a T-t 'ATAtT
.ittiiKrfA I'Jv nullum reduced tOSd&?IeT&
Isobass (eeaHaaoua lines) pa ""g?i eg
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teas tanftKh potetsof equal tsnBfir4wr$: arawa
only tarxeio. freAtoE, S0. and MB".
O clean Q paxuy cloudy: W etowtr:
rata: snow: report saisslM.
Arrows flriritti the wind. Pint &? ?T
ature; sweta. precipitation T eherjaere
ftr past 21 hours; tturd. majamum wind Ttloo-
WALKS INTO SALOON
AND FALLS DEAD
Douglao Finds Its School Buildings In
adequate and Plnns to Add a
Douglas, Ariz.. Feb. 17. Pablo Ca
nelez. aged 36, employed at the C &
A. smelter, who it is said, deserted
few months ago from the federal army
in Agua Prieta, entered a local saloon
yesterday, complained of being ill, sat
down on a chair and in a few moments
fell over dead. His case was diagnosed
as jicute pneumonia.
Impressive memorial services were
held at St. Stephen's Kpiscopal church
upon the occasion of the first anniver
sary of the death of Mrs. Beatrice
Paxton. wife of J. T Paxton, manag
ing director of the Sonora Land &
Timber o ltd., at Hacienda Mababi.
Rev. K. A . ;Mmon?on. assisted by the
choir rendered the service. A large
number of the friends of the family
wede pr-5fiit b invitation. anion?
them beiner Mr and Mrs. t, Colchester.
Who n entl arrived from England, and
a i unit i of will known pio.de fro n
t'r. a i -,r' . Z j i -iiSi l ati njaate j
SI Paso, Monday, Feb. 17, 1913.
r recasts. '
XI Paee and Yicimty Fair toaJgat aad
Tuesday; colder Tuesday.
New Mexico Fair taught and Tues
day; not much change n teaperatsre.
West Texas Fair tonight; -warmer w
east portion. Tuesday fair; colder ex
cept in southeast portion.
at the local public schools, the school
board has announced that a new school
building will have to be constructed
during the summer. In the meantime,
to accommodate the attendance, the
auditorium of the high school building
is being equipped with desks and seats
to be utilised by the overflow from
the grammar grades. This shift was
found necessary in spite of the fact
that the aheool board has had several
small frame buildings, each seating 35
puplte, constructed during the year.
A limtdaomolT ensraved silver lov
ing cup n received by the Y.
if r. a. to be presented to the C. A.
team which won the city championship
BROUGHT TO EL PASO
Valentine. Texas. Feb. 17. Inspec
tor J. T. Sitters was brought to Val
entine fro mthe Bunton ranch and
taken to the home of his brotherlnlaw.
Lewis oiosio. He was later taken to
Kl Pao accompanied " !.i wifi- an.l
1 1 '11 i !.- i- i 'lii.i ,l-i - n r
i r i ra,v , t i I Hi- v H . I
R Is! y ' . ih.r-. l .'ji t'le i. .wai
1 Pmo Readinrs
w viucvcr (eea level 6V.V8.
Ury thermometer 33
Wet thermometer 30
Dew point 2g
Relative hutniditv 71
Direction of wind ". NW.
velocity ot wind
State of weather .Clear
Rainfall last 24 hours q
Highest temp, last 24 hrs. ." Si
Lowest temp, last 12 hre.. 31
n the bowling tournament which re- L Height of Trier this moraine- ahovp
:ently mm to a close. f ffiwd aero mark 11.8 feet. Faff i W.t
24 hoars, 0.1 foot.
feet. Fall ia hut
S; l s .morning, accompanied by
ranger H. A. Carnes.
Ranger Powe. of Del Tuo. but now
foreman of the rangers stationed aT
, .WaS in t0wn this mornin
from the nver and stated all wai
quiet on the border.
tcri 1 I-om i: to Z p. mT