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L PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, January 5, 1910
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Sale Starts
Tomorrow
Following our long established polic7" of cleaning out our stock completely in order to
make room for new goods, we are going to start tomorrow a RAUS MIT EM SHOE
SALE on a larger scale than ever. In order to accomplish this we have cut the price
on certain lines deeper than ever and we call your particular attention to the special
bargains. In this sale we reserve nothing and all shoes, whether high or low, go at a
sacrifice price.
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Tomorrow
Raus Mit 'em Bargains in
Ladles' Shoes
ALL 6.00 GRADES, &A AC
Raus Mit 'Em Price tPe-
ALL .$5.00 GRADES, $5 QE
Raus Mit "Em Price tpOVO
ALL $4.00 GRADES, d0 AC
Raus Mit 'Em Price P- TfO
ALL $3.50 GRADES, ,
Raus Mit 'Em Price
ALL 3.00 GRADES,
Raus Mit 'Em Price
ALL 2.50 GRADES, ri q f-
Raus Mit 'Em Price P J. c0
S
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Mit 'j&m Clapp Sh
95 llnSH lfX wrmi ifKw
65 Isfes sSISn V x
Kaus Mit Jbm ij
Extra Special Bargains
In
ihoes
Laird. Schober 8.00 Bronze But
ton Shoes; extra special
5.50 and 5.00 Bronze and Suede tfQ
High and Low Shoes; extra special )0
4.00 Bronze and Suede High and (J
Low Shoes; extra special P
3.50 Bronze and Suede High and
Low Shoes; extra special
JpZ.lD
oes
X
: JJ
fie -tOA 28
to "-"qksS
Edwin Clapp 7.00 and G.50
grades
Edwin Ciapp 6-00
grades .'
or men
$5,85
$5.25
BARGAINS IN OTHER
MEN'S SHOES
BEXCH MADE & A c
SHOES ft.
BEXCH 3IADE
SHOES
GOODYEAR
WELT SHOES..
GOODYEAR $) QP
TYELT SHOES.. pf&Q
GOODYEAR rt&rt p
WELT SHOES.. PeOD
GOOD HEAY rt -a 5
WORK SHOES.. P L .UD
84.
3.45
iargams
$3.50
$3.00
$2.25
$2.00
$1.75
$1.50
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GOODYEAR WELT OAK SOLE dQ QP
CALF SHOES iDdio&D
GOODYEAR WELT OAK SOLE
CALF SHOES P
GOODYEAR WELT OAK SOLE fry OP
CALF SHOES didiQ
GOODYEAR WELT OAK SOLE
CALF SHOES :
McKAY SEWED STANDARD 1 tyC
CALF SHOES A "..,. $1 S D
McKAY SEWED STANDARD & PP
CALF SHOES $ 1 oOO
McKAY SEWED STANDARD & f QP
CALF SHOES j loOD
McKAY SEWED STANDARD -f Ofk
CALF SHOES & 1 J
.
H Misses and Childi
JgS Extra Special Shoe B
"T1C
&bvi ?
At Ridiculously Low Prices
L00 Ladies' Colored Overgait
ers. ail the latest 2E
shades, going at ODC
75c Ladies' Colored Overgait
ers, all the latest AJ!Lf
shades, going at jcw
L00 Ladies' Black Overgait
ers, Raus Mit 'Em 7 ff
at OC
75c Ladies' Black Overgaiters,
Raus 3Iit' Em F P
at 55c
50c Ladies Overgaiters, Q f
Raus AEt 'Em at 3DC
$L25 Men's Overgaiters in
black, tan or gray, OP
going at O tJ
$1.00 Men's Overgaiters in
"black and colors, gg
going at JJ C
75c 5fen's Overgaiters, A P
Raus Mit 'Em at 'tOC
$3.50 Young- Ladies Tan Button Shoe,
Raus Mit 'Em O A E
at . prO
$2-50 Young Ladies' Tan Button Shoes
Raus Mit 'Em d Q
$3.75 Young Ladies' Black Suede But
ton Shoes, Raus Mit 'Em d 5E
at t&dfdiQ
"$3.00 Misses' Button Shoes, tf f q
Raus Mit Em at PleDi?
$3.50 Misses' Bronze and Black Suede
Button Shoesf Raus Mit (ft 3 Q ?
'Em at P I .ZO
$3.00 Misses Gray and Cream Cloth
Top Button Shoes, Raus (ft np
Mit 'Em at $I.7D
$2.50 Child's Bronze Button Shoes, Xos.
81-2 to 11, Raus Mit 'Em - f
at JLoU
$2.50 Child's Tan Button Shoes, Xos.
S 1-2 to 11, Raus Mit 'Em ( PA
$2.50 Child's Patent Tan Cloth Top But
ton Shoes, 8 1-2 to 11, tf - ij P
Raus Mit 'Em at P I O
$3.00 Child's Black Suede Button Shoes,
Raus Mit Em w
at
$2.50 Child's Patent Cream Cloth Top
Button Shoes, Raus Mit (Jj - wp
'Em at opl D
$1-75 Child's Bronze Shoes, turn soles,
2s os. 5 to 8, Raus Mit
'Em c tly
$2.00 Child's Patent Cream Cloth Top
-outton oiiues, us. o vo o, G? t I
PI mJJ
Raus Mit 'Em at.
$1.75 Child's Black and Gray Suede But
ton Shoes, Xos. 5 to 8, Raus 1 Cf
Mit 'Em at $1 .It)
$1.50 Infants' Bronze Button Shoes, turn
' soles, Raus Mit "Em f f
at UOC
$1.50 Infants' Black and Gray Suede
Button Shoes, turn soles, g p
Raus Mit 'Eni at DC
Bargains In
Ladies' and
Men's Slippers
All $2.00 Slippers now
$1.65
All $1.75 Slippers now
$1.55
All $1.50 Slippers now
All $1.25 Slippers now
$1.10
All $1.00 Slippers now
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I" m .yn, GREATER EL PASO7 5 " " I
M iL. CTh&M j GREATEST 'SHOE STORES T T I
JNotliiog kiJiriiT Every Pair I
I I Reserved f UUnj yW& Sacrificed I
TEACHERS NAMED
FOR THE SCHOOLS
Three Axe Ordered Dropped
ironi the Rolls Some
Resignations.
Deciding at 4 oclock yesterday af
ternoon to hold a meeting; the school
board got together last night. All
members were present with the ex
ception of "VT. L. Tooley and "W. I
Gaines.
The purpose of the meeting was tt
receive the recommendations of the
internal committee regarding the ap
pointment of teachers to fill positions
recently vacated by resignations.
The following report was accepted
without comment and the board de
cided not to hold a meering Monday
night, nor will they get together again
DR. N. G. CHE HOrc.
Cklaeae Pfcylclaa, Cure
j-ung trouble, asth-
i'&Qi
peart disease, kid
ney, liver and blad-
matism and vi
poison eradlnnf8
immediately. Can
cer cured. N0 m
S Minerals
used, evous de-
uniLy turea as by
masrie- itiM
Peculiar to women
tuxcvi witaout a
knife.
105 N. Campbell.
Bell phone 29x3.
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BE
I until the external committee is ready
j 10 maKe a report which will not be
j for some time:
We, your internal committee, beg
leave to report as follows:
We recommend the election of iliss
Hudspeth, an A. B. graduate of the
university of Nashville, and a teacher
of experience, as a regular teacher in
the public schools, at a salary of ?75.
We recommend the election of Miss
Clara Mundy. an A. B. graduate of the
university of California, and a former
teacher in our schools, to a regular
position, at a salary of $75.
We recommend the election of Miss
Elizabeth LeGrarl, at a salary of $37;
Miss Dorothy Virgin, at $20; Miss An-
.? TVfnCP Of ?A "M"ie?C? PWn IAmnn
i ana juiss Jtieien juucas, Docn ax $zu, as
substitute tffLchers.
We further recommend that the of
fice of assistant principal at the Aoy
school be created, and Miss Gertrude
Higgins be appointed to that position
at the salary she now receives.
We further recommend that Mrs. Lil
lie Howard, Miss Beatrice McGhee and
Miss Hallie Irvin, who were elected
substitute teachers on condition that j
they obtain competent certificates, be j
not further .retained, inasmucn as tney
hpve failed to comply with the con
dition upon which they were appointed.
We further Tecommend that Miss
Leona Black, who has procrastinated
from time to time the matter of ob
taining her diploma from the South
west Texas Normal, be giv.sn two
weeks time in which to complete her
examinations, and if the examinations
are not completed within" that tfme,
that she be dismissed from the service.
We have received the resignations of
Miss Flora McGee and Miss Josephine
Francis, both teachers in the San Ja
cinto school. We recommend that these
resignations be accepted.
Yours respectfully,
H. W. Welsch,
W. Tu Peabody,
Internal Committee.
MINER IS HELD
ON MURDER CHARGE
An attack of the grip is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance. Cham-,
berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex
tensively used and with good success
for the relief and cure of this cough.
Many cases have been cured after all
other remedies "had failed. Sold by all
J druggists-
Arrest Follows Killing at
Paradise, Ariz. jtfews
From Bisbee.
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. Z. Duncan Mc
Donald, a miner will "known in Bis
bee, has been arrested and brought to
the county jail accused of having killed
D. TV. Sinclair, also a miner, in Para
dise, Arizona.
The report of the charity committee
of the board of trade shows that since
Its organization- 91 cases 6t families
and individuals have been taken up
and provided for. The report states
that the committee has received
$1442.55 In donations by the leading
citizens of Bisbee. Of that amount a
Balance of $208.40 is still on. hand.
The reports of the Bisbee schools
show an increase In the number of
pupils attending the public schools.
In percentage the attendance during
the year 1909 shows 94 perceii against
90 percent in 190S.
G. Seymour, 35 years old, died re
cently in South Bisbee, leaving a wife
and one child.
H. Poppen, manager of the Copper
Queen hotel, has been notified, of his
mother's death at Whiting, Ind
A horse is reported to have died of
fright during the shooting celebration.
The horse,, belonged to the Copper
Queen Mining company and experts
who examined it stated that nothing
was the matter with it except a con
dition of the heart resulting from
fright.
You'll b- surprised at the results you
will get from a sTr.s-Ii -vant, rent or
or sale ad in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
115. Auo 1113 and tei iho girl.
Why Does It Cure
Not because it is SarsaparHIa,
but because it is a medicine of
peculiar merit, composed of more
than twenty different remedial
agents effecting phenomenal
cures of troubles of the blood,
stomach, liver and bowels.
Thus Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrof
ula, eczema, anemia, catarrh, nervous
ness, that tired feeling, dyspepsia, loss
of appetite, and builds up the system.
Get it today in the usual liquid form or ill
chocolated tablet form called Sarsatabs.
EUSSIA SEES WAR
WITH JAPANESE
Premier Urges the Building
of Another Meet Japs
Hare Maps.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Jan. 5.
Much uneasiness has been caused here
by reports of a projected Japanese
aggression, which are supported by
the discovery of native Japanese maps
plainly showing parts of Russia's Far
Eastern coast as belonging to Japan,
and bearing notos indicative of con
templated conquests in that direction.
A well known industrial magnate, just
returned from Japan, lecturing 'to a
large audience of ministers and mem
bers of the Duma, declared that Japan
will again be at war with Russia with
in the next three years.
The premier, M. Stolypin. is urging
the building of another fleet.
MAN" FOUND DEAD IN
A DESERTED HOUSE
Landlady Disappears and
Paris Police Are Puzzled
Over Mystery.
Health Oranks and
Food Faddists
Have Evolved Some Strange and Won
derful Theories. Concerning
Stomach Treatment.
Paris, France, Jan. 5. When the A Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspepsia
doors of a small flat In one of the pop- ; Tablets Sent Free.
ulous quarters of Paris were opened by f
the police, they discovered that it -a3
occupied by a mysterious corpse. Tbe
dead man's body, it seems, must have
been lying there for several monus,
and how it came to be there Is the ques
tion. The flat had been occupied by a
Russian woman, who disappeared early
in September last. She took some boxes
with her, and told the concierge that
she was going to travel. The furniture
tnat remained consisted only of three
folding beds and some chairs. ' I
The proprietress of the house learned
after some weeks that the woman was
staying with some of her compatrots
; in another part of the city, and went to '
i see her. She was told not to be un
easy about the flat, which the Russian
woman said she would continue to oc- j
cupy and pay for, as her furniture was j
still there.
A. Mm? nassed. however, ana TJie
"Within the last 20 years there has
sprung into existence theories by the
score relative to the kinds of food that
human beings should eat, and should
avoid. With the tremendous increase
in nervous and stomach diseases which
are caused by the strenxrbus life of this
neurotic, neurasthenic age In which we
live, we are constantly having our at
tention called to some food faddist's
"new idea" on the subject of alimenta
tion. Most prominent among these theo
rists is the vegetarian who insists that
meat was never Intended for the hu
man stomach, despite the fact that his
ancestors for 6000 years or more, used
it as their principal article of. diet; and
the old patriarchs of Biblical History
who lived to prodigious old ages, were
meat eaters. All of ithe great nations of
history have been users of meat, and
Russian woman disappeared altogecner, ' all of the most powerful and advanced
the proprietress of the bouse called tin j countries of today employ it extensively
a locksmith, who opened tho doors, and i In their dietaries, and their superior de
who, after examining the rooms, was , veiopraeni ana mgn aegree ol civiiiza-
strong ana striking con-
astonished -to find the corpse o a man
in one of the beds. The police were at
orce informed, and papers found in the
clothes of the deceased seemed to In
dcate that he was a Bulgarian, who may
have been a lodger taken In by the Rus
sian woman.
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PLAN TO CONSCRIPT
SERVANT GIRLS
GremaiL Women Discuss a
Law Making Service for
Girls Compulsory.
Berlin, Germany, Jan. 5. It Is pro
posed In Germany to -introduce a form
of conscription to compel all girls to
undergo a period of training as domes
tic servants.
The idea was put forward at the
conference of women's associations
which has just taken place here un
der the auspices of the German Evan
gelical Women's league. The confer
ence discussed the difficulties which
arise between mistress and servant,
and various delegates argued that fric
tion was often due as much to the ig
norance of the mistress as to the in
capacity of the servant.
A proposal was advocated in all seri
ousness by a number -of Influential dele
gates that just as all German men are
compeled to serve in the army, so
In the same way should all German
girls be compeled by law to serve for
a certain minimum period In the kitch
en and in the household.
DIVERTS HURT;
WOMEN FAINT
Equilibrist Misjudges Dis
tance and Is Seriously
Injured.
Lrisbon, Portugal, Jan. 5. A terrible
accident occurred at the coliseum here
when jo. Antoine. an equilibrist, was
fatally Injured while diving from the
roof.
M. Antoine, who was making m
first appearance in Usbon, intended
to jump from a trapese suspended from
the roof of the amphitheater, a height
of more than 100 feet, and land on his
chest on a polished board placed at a
steep angle some distance below, and
then slide to the stage.
He miscalculated the distance, and
fell sidewlse against the plank, striking
It with such violence that he turned
a complete summersault and was
hurled Into the middle of the amphi
theater. When picked up he was unconscious
and covered with blood. Several wo
men fainted at the spectacle.
tion are in strong and
trast to the decadent and degenerate
nations of Asianand the tropics, whose
inhabitants are vegetarians.
Another fallacy which has lately be
come a fad, is the so-called "Iow-pro-teid"
diet. Xow, the foods which are
rich in proteids are the ones which
build up nerve, brain, muscle and blood,
so that any great reduction in the
amount of proteid used simply means
semi-starvation for the most important
centers of the system the ones on
which, we depend the most to enable us
to successfully fight the battles of life.
Those nations whose people use foods
containing but lltle proteid are never
of large frame or well-built. The Japa
nese, who have always been small of
stature, have, since adopting a more
liberal proteid diet, shown a remark
able Increase in size, vigor and general
development; and it is only since Japan
became a meat-eating nation that it
has developed into a worldpower.
Still another theory lately advanced
Is that sugar, pepper and salt are gas
tric irritants and irritate the mucous
membrane of the stomach, although It
is known that sugar possesses a high
caloric Value, while pepper and salt
assist digestion rather than interfere
with it, as is claimed.
The no-breakfast plan, the two-meal
per day, and even the one meal daily
has been advocated, whilesome advise
a two or three weeks fast, during
which all food is withheld from the
stomach "to give it a rest," completely
ignoring the fact that the system's tis
sues are being constantly torn down
and cast off, and new material to re
build them must be supplied from the
food.
It Is utter nonsense to concern one's
self about all these absurd and illogi
cal theories, as life is entirely too
short, and there are other things re
quiring our attention. Eat what you
want when you want it, and as much
as the system needs to replenish its
waste, and then take one or two of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and forget
all about food fads and stomach trou
bles. They digest all kinds of food so
thoroughly you won't know you have
a stomach. They are powerful diges
ters of every kind of food through, harm
less to the system, and may be taken
-fct any time and in any quantity.
Get a box from your druggist for oOc,
and send us your name and address for
free sample. Address, F. A. Stuart Co.,
150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Michigan.
Less ttc forget, let's Keep our money
at home and 3till get the best, Globe
Flour.
DOG PLAYS PART IN
AUSTRIAN ARMY SCANDAL
Vienna. Austria, Jan 5. A rough-;
haired terrier named Troll seems des
tined to play an Important part In the
trial of its master, Xileut- Hofrlchter,
who is accused of murdering a brother
officer by posting to him poisoned
pills, and of attempting to kill others
in the same way.
When the prisoner came from Linz
to "Vienna with the intention, as? the
prosecution alleges, of posting the fatal
powders, he declares that he brought
his dog with him. Tired of confine
ment in the railway carriage the dog.
he says, disported itself rather wildly
outside the Western railway station
In the course of its gambolSjlt ran be
tween the feet of two women, nearly
upsetting them.
These women are now begged to come
forward and confirm the lieutenant's
story. Their evidence, it Is thought,
should prove useful for his defence,
for it Is considered unlikely that a man
setting out on a criminal mission would
burden himself ith a dog. which in
Austria means trouble and delay at
every turn.
$3.50 Recir- Cures
eakMei -."REE
SWISS TOWN IS SAVED
FROM LANDSLIDE.
Geneva, Switzerland, Jan. 5 The ad
vance of the northern face of the Volr
ons mountain, which has threatened the
village of Marchllly with destruction
for several weeks,, has been checked,
and French engineers who are working
night and day to save the village, now
believe that the landslide can be
stopped.
By constructing a tunnel the pres
sure of wate'r which caused the lanrt
-siide has been partialis relieved, and
the mountain Is moving forward more
' slowly.
Send Name and Ad -ress Today
-You Can Have It Free and
Be Strong' and Vigorous.
I have in my possession a precsrlp
tion for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened man hood, failing memory
and lame hick. bn-iKV on by sxn33J
ih.'.Atui drtrn. or the follies of
youth, that has cured so many won.
and nervous men right in their own
homes without any additional help or
medicine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
have a copy. So I have determined to
send a copy of the prescription free of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write me
for it. M
This prescription comes from a phy
sician who has made a special study of
men and I am convinced it is the surest
acting combination for the cure of de
ficient manhood and vigor failure ever
put together. M ,,
I think I owe It to my fellow man
to send them a copy in confidence so
that any man anywhere who is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I
believe r he quickest acting restora
tive, upoailding, SPOT TOUCHING
remedy ever devised, and so cure him
self at home quietly and quickly. Just
drop me a line like this: Dr. A. E.
Robinson. 4049 Luck Building. Detroit.
Mich., and I 'Will send you a copy of
this splendid recipe In a plain ordi
nary envelope free of charge. A great
many doctors would charge 53.00 to
$5.00 for merely writing out a prescrip
tion like this but I send it entirely
free.
EMPEROR MAY OPEN
MONTE CARLO MUSEUM
Monte Carlo, Monaco, Jan. 5. Tha
magnificent Oceanographical museum
of prince Albert of Monaco, is to be
opened on March 27 by, it is believed,
the German emperor. His majesty was
present when the foundation-stone of
the monumental building was laid ten
years ago.
The museum is destined to house the
prince's oceanographic collections, and
has just been completed. It stands on
a superb site on the southern extremity
of the rock of Monaco.
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Hours at Sea, 7 9
YOURS FOR THE ASKING
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pleasures of a trip on one of
magnificent
the
the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
STEAMSHIPS
Between
New Orleans and New York
Luxurious Accommodations, Suite,
Staterooms, Baths, Promenade decks.
Excellent Cuisine.
Send
free
for copy of handsome book
"A Hundred Golden
Hours at Sea. ' '
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ating a system of over 10 000
subscribers at a $3.00 and $2.00
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