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EL. PASO DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1901.
PAGE SEVEN. THE RECORD BREAKER OF SPECIAL SALES. IiiAiirc tin I ailf AND that is the position that THE FAIR is placed in. We ex LOIllpUlSlOn lUlUYVb IIU LdYV"" pected to open the entire Spring Stock in our new store, but in this we have been sadly disappointed. ti r..,u riii 8ep ttit we cannot move into our new building before 30 days, and as we can't hold until then the new styles and inrae stock that Mr Schwartz has been purchasing in the East for the past six weeks We therefore have decided to inaugurate one of the createst sales th-t "the public of El Paso has ever had an opportunity to attend. We will begin with tomorrow, Saturday, to open up a Carnival m is money the morning crreatest sales th t the public of El Paso has ever had an opportunity to attend. We will begin with tomorrow, Saturday, to open up Sf DricPS which will esonish and delight all our patrons and friends. If you miss this sale you will be the lostr, for money savei made and to avoid the afternoon rushes, we will give an extra 10 per cent discount to all cash customers that' will attend this sale in i THE FAIR'S GREAT. RECORD SALE. $1 Will buy 22 yds Fine Cheoked Nainsoock, worth 7 1-2 cents per yard. . .... ,... 0...: A 4-o Per yard will ouy tseau'iTui quiuy wmw wioo. y Lib worth 15cts per yard. or 4-o Will buy TWO pair of Drop Stitch and Fanch CD CIS Black Hose worth 23 cts per pair 1C Will tuy ONE pair of Fancy Fast Black Hose with ID Ho White- Foot, worth 25 cts. . or Will buy one pair of extra heavy Turkish Towels, DD CIS size 45x24, worth 25cts each. 07 t O pfc Per yard will buy a 70-inch wide Fine Silver Di 1"Z CIS Ha'f Bleached Pure German Linen Table Damask, worth 75cts per yard. a bU-inch wide Guaranteed tar Turkey Red Table Damask. worth 45cts per yard Will b"y a Fancy Trimmed Aoolice I atteta Skirt, worth $11.50 Will buy a Beautiful 3-piece Boy's Suit, from 4 to 8, worth $2. Paneled Si k OC etc Per yard will buy CD tlo Absolutely Fast Co worth 45cts per y CO 1 O rc Per yard will buy a 72-ich wide atin Bleach? d DC vlo Pure i fnen German Table Damask, worth 75c $1 35 70 CtS Will bt,y a nce Boy's Suit in all sizes, worth $1 . OA pfc will buy a eood pair of Boy's everyday Pants. mmXj vlo wonh 35cts. in sizes Remember this Sale commences at THE FAIR tomorrow, Saturday. Come early and save your money. .T 35S S A. SCHWARTZ, Proprietor. 4.1 i 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mll'l 1 1 1 1 1 1 II II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Neighborhood Notes, f , w 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 TEXAS. NEW INCORPORATIONS. The following charters were filed In the secretary of state's office !n Austin Monday: Kxcelsior Sanitarium company, of El -Paso; capital stock. $0,000; pur pose, to establish sanitariums in Texas. Incorporated by A. Adolphus Lindsay, L. Ruckman Lindsay and Jeanne E. Francoeur. Fish burn Illustrating company, of Dallas; capital stock, $10,000; purpose, to manufacture photographic engrav ing, etc. Incorporated by S. A. Fish burn. F. E. Hudson. F. V. BJythe, L. Blaycock and S. J. ilunger. Darnell Lumber company, of Fort Worth: capital stock, $20,000. Incor porated by J. R. Darnell, S. P. Darnell, and F. W. Murphy. Oriental Textile Mills, of Houston Heights; capital stock, $50,000: pur poses to manufacture yarns, etxtiles. . and fabrics. Incorporated by Samuel K. Allen, Isaac W. Walker. John a. Radford. Joseph B. Bowles and Fred C. Robertson, of Houston. The Tioga Roller Mills and Elevator company, of Tioga. Grayson county; capital stock, $10,000. Incorporated by W. 4. McDonald. A. J. Mersham and W. W. Gilliland. The Church of Christian Scientists, of Denison. Texas; no capital stock. Incorporated by Mrs. Mattie B. Nevin. Mrs. Fannie Meeks. Mrs. Emma Gordon nd others. An amendment to the charter of the Pennick-Corbett-Hughes company of Stamford, Texas, was filed, changing its name to the Penick-Hughes com pany. Cre4rent Oil company, of Corsicana; capital stock. $100,000. The object of the corporation is to prospect for oil and to construct and operate an oil pipe line. The incorporators are all wealthy cil operators of Corsicana. TO INVITE MRS. NATION. Representative Dan Phillips intro duced a resolution in the house Tues day inviting Mrs. Carrie Nation, the Kansifi saloon wrecker, to visit Aus tin during the present session of the legislature and deliver an address be fore that body on her anti-liquor cru sade. The resolution was inspired by the fact that the present legislature has been deluged with petitions from all parts of the state. praying for the amendment of the local option law so as to prevent the shipment of liquors by express into local option districts; also by the fact that Mrs. Nation at one time resided in Texas. ACTIVITY AT BEAUMONT. Captain A F. Liu-as. the oil-well ex pert who "bought in" the celebrated LLucas gusher at Beaumont, says that tne metal tanks which are being erect ed by the pipe line company will soon be completed and the big well will then be released. He says that it is unlikely that there will be any de crease in the flow of the well for some time to come. He reports that many new ells are benig bored in the new districts and that several of them are clogged with twisted pipe. This is due to the hard character of the formation through which the drills must pass. WANT FT. WORTH REPRESENTED. The president and secretary of the Texas baseball league have been in Ft. Worth for the purpose of working up a team in that city to be a member of the league. They met members of the proposed organization at Fort Worth and expressed themselves after the meeting as being well pleased with what they had so far accomplished. A . company is to be formed fcr the purpose of securing the team. When Ft. Worth is represented in the league it will bo composed of eight cities, among - which are Dallas. Waco, San Antonio, Houston and Paris. CHILD FATALLY BURNED. v The three-year-old son of a cotton nicker nemed McKinley. in the north west corner of Lamar county, near Di rect, was fatally burned. The child's clothing caugfiht fire while warming in front of an open stove. He died the following day. DIED WHILE COUNTING MONEY. James M. Orr. an octogenarian, and a retired grocery merchant, possessing considerable wealth, fell dead while counting his money at his home in Texarkana a few days ago. MEXICO. SNOW IN SIERRA MADRES. A Correspondent to the Casas Gran des Progreeso from Colonia Chiohupa. says? '"We-were looking for a light snow and we got it. From Thursday evening until Monday noon it fell wet and heavy, without scarcely stopping and. as a result it lay on the open valley two feet deep and from three to six fee on the ridges. Covering all the grass and working great hardship on the cattle. Our carpenter shops at once turned into shoe shops and a good many pairs of snow shoes were turned out which were very effective, enab ling the stockmen to gather in their stock and drive them into the deep canon where there is plenty of food.' NEW IRON FIELD. A dispatch from Guadalajara says that A. Cairn Hodge, a mining expert of London, England, has discovered and obtained title to one of the great est iron ore deposits in Mexico. It is situated in -the Coalcoman district, state of Michoacan. The ore is of high grade, and it is within a short dixtance of a railroad that is being built to the Pacific coast. Mr. Hodge has left for Pittsburg. Pa., where he will make a report of his discovery to prominent iron men, whom be is aid to represent. PURCHASED A LEAD CLAIM. Munroe Harper, of El Paso, and J. S. Eldridge, of Do sCabezas, have re cently purchased from John K. Friend, of El Paso, a promising lead claim lo cated about a mile from Leon switch. Mr. Harper left on the 4th with several machinists for Leon to install a large pump and hoisting works. A shaft has been sunk, on the property to a depth of eighty feet, at which, water was en countered and further work stopped until a pnmp could be installed. Casas Grandes Progresso. ARIZONA. NEW CORPORATIONS. The following articles of incorpora tion were filed in the office of the county recorder at Phoenix: The Mil waukee Gold Extraction company in corporators B. Kruse, George H. Sav age and Elmer A. Savage, Wisconsin; capital stock. $3,000,000. Paragon Oil and Development com pany, capital stock $500,000; incorpor ators. George Graves. W. C. Baker, W. H. Saunders. B. F. Saunders. T. W. Saunders. D. R. AlcConnell and W. N. Haskin. Mendocino Oil company, $1,000,000; incorporators. Gilbert J. Roote. W. W. Robinson. W. D. Alexander. W. F. Mills. I. F. Scott, William A. Upp, F. R. Orella, E. W. Armstrong and A. H. Yardi. The Territory Copper company.$600. 000; incorporators. John R. Holmes. John H. Cape and Frederick H. Rog ers. Rainer Oil company. $500,000; incor porators. E. M. Onion. Dewitt B. Lowe. Clinton A. Harrison. R. W. Heath, F. A." Shephard. William N. McCarthy and J. B. Olsen. Imperial Montana company, $10,000, 000: incorporators. John B. Holmes, J. H. Calderhead. Oliver M. Holmes. AMONG TILE LOST. Frank W. Wakefield, who is asso ciated with Ad Farish of this city in mining enterprises and who is well known in this city, is among the many whose hearts are heavy as the result of the Rio Janeiro disaster near the Golden Gate, Mr. Wakefield is in a hospital in Chicago, where he either has or expects to undergo a very try ing surgical operation. His mother and an only sister were on board the ill fated vessel and are numbered among the lost. A telegram from San Fran cisco was received here yesterday, an nouncing that their bodies had been recovered. Mr. Wakefield has himself spent some time in the orient and it was planned that after he was able to leave the hospital he would accompany his mother on a tour around the world. But a few horrible moments on Friday morning last changed this happy pros pect to the saddest possible bereave ment. Phoenix Republican. GIRL KILLS A LYNX. Miss Elizabeth Van Fossen. a 16-year old ranch girl of near Phoenix proved herself a plucky female nimrod the other day by silling an immense lynx. She returned home from school and found no one there, so she sat down to read. In a short time she was dis turbed by a commotion in the barn yard and looking out she saw a lynx. Grasping her father's gun, which had both barrels loaded with big shot, she hurried out. Instead of running the lynx crouched as if to spring on the girl. She was about forty feet from the cat and fearing an attack from it she threw the gun to her shoulder and fired. ' She pulled both triggers and the gun kicked her down. She did not I710W anything about the kick of a gun and she thonght that it was the cat that had knocked her down. But she sprang to her feet and was re lieved to see that she had killed the cat. KILLED HIS BROTHER. Leon Enrique Soza. aged 17 years, was accidentally shot and killed at Temne by his 11-year-old brother. They had out a 22-caliber rifle and were playing around the house with it. Tne younger brother, who says he did not know the gun was loaded, pointed it at his elder brother and pull ed the trigger. It was loaded and the bullet pierced the heart of the elder brother, producing instant death. There is no question about the killing being purely accidental, as the boys were not quarrelsome and were always on the best of terms. The deceased was a popular young man and his death causes much sorrow In Tempe. THE SUFFERING ZUNIS. : A dispatch from Phoenix says That an appeal has been sent to the depart ment of the interior, Washington, for aid? for the suffering Zuni Indians in eastern Arizona and western New Mex ico. Last summer the drouth destroy ed the Zuni crops and an unusually severe winter caused" much sickness and many deaths. FOR HIS. RELIEF. "I cannot stand your indifference. he said. "Have a chair." she replied. Phila delphia North American. LA UNION CIGAR FACTORY. The best grade of Mexican Cigars. The Victoria Colon a specialty. We do a strictly wholesale business. Mail orders promptly filled. A. ALVAREZ. Prop.. 204 Mesa Avenue, El Paso, Tex. IN THE GRAIN. "Young Lush ley is looking seedy." "Yen? Wild oats?" "No. Rye." Philadelphia Pre?s very There is. always danger in using counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. The original is safe and cer tain cure for pnes. It is a toothing and healing salve for sor?s and all skin diseases. Fred Schaefer, druggist. MERELY A TRUCE. She "I understand that they have made up their quarrel." He "It's only temporary. They're going to get married." Town Topics. Railway tickets bought, sold and ex changed. Cut rates to all points. Members of American Ticket Brokers' association. Silberberg Bros., the Ticket Brokers, 102 San Antor.io street, next to First National Bank. THE PRINCE SS OF WALES. . , j : X ' I Her royal highness the Princess of Wales, cdmires Americansso her ap proaching visit to the United States in company with her husband will be as agreeable to her hosts as to herself. AT THE CLUB. D. K. Moke "I say. old man, have you aw heard that Cholly Van Du senbilt had actually eloped with a bal let girl?" O. L. Man "Creat Scott! You sur prise me. How evah in the world can she support hiin?" Harlem Life. PUBLICITY DESIRED. She "I have often wondered what is the secret of beauty." He "There couldn't possibly be such a thing. Any woman who had beauty would'nt think of making a secret of it. Til FOR TAT. 1 Mrs. Kingsley Wasn't your husband out very late last night? Mrs. Von Blumer (sweetly) yes; but I felt sure he would be. He told me he was going to meet your hus band. Tid Bits. POPULAR WANTS, 10 cents a line, once: 20 cents a line, three tirac3. Six words to line. RECALLING OTHER DAYS. Cobwiggei "How do you know they haven't been married more thaa six months?" . Mrs. Cobwigger "Because whenever he goes out he says: 'Isn't there any thing I can bring you home, my dear. HIS DEEP LAID SCHEMES. "Yes. that's my wife down ia the cellar chopping kindling." "How does that happen?" "She's got the idea that she's a sec ond Mrs. Nation, and I am encouraging her to learn to use the hatchet." Ohio State Journal. CLOSING OUT SALE. Entire stock and fixtures, including groceries, shelving, and counters. Four scales. One Refrigerator. One Large Fire Proof Safe. One Letter Press. Office Furniture. Horse, wagon, and harness. In whole or part to suit the par chaser. R. B. Bias, 203 North Stanton street.