L ' PASO HERALD
"Monday, January 10, 1910
On the Best (groceries Money Can Buy
l dozen large St. Charles
1 dozen small St- Charles
Globe Flour, 24-lb. sack, Cbff
and 1 box yeast free, each.. s vv
Cream of Wiheat Flour, 48-lb. sack,
and 2 boxes veast free. II ?
for ; jJL0
P. V. Maple Syrup,
P. V. Maple Syrup.
per 1-2 gal
P. V. Maple Syrup,
Cold Mornings, Buckwheat,
2 pkgs. for
P- & F. old fashioned
Molasses, per quart
35c Royal Salad Dressing
drop in the bottle guaran
2 lbs. Cottolene
4 lbs. Cottolene
10 lbs. Cottolene
25c can Jack Frost Baking eri
12 lbs. fancy Irish. Potatoes tt
100 lbs. fancy Irish.
8 lbs. fancy Onions
2 oz. bottle Mapleine
p A O
4 oz. "bottle Mapleine f
Out-of-town customers send M.O. with your lists
Standard Grocery Co.
"THE CASH STORE"
Bell Phone 901 219 S. El
MEXICAN' CENTRAL TRAIN
AT JI3IULCO IS ROBBED.
Torreon, Mex., Jan. 10. Superintend
ent Allison, of this division of the Mexi
can Central, -was called to Jimulco yes.
terday to investigate the robbery of a
freixrht train. He was accompanied
by six rurales.
The robbery is supposed to have
been committed while thetraln was in
motion. The case Is a similar one to
that "which recently occurred In Guada
lajara -which caused the long Impris
onment of the American conductor.
About $2000 -worth of merchandise "was
thrown from the moving train and
gathered up by accomplices along the
AMERICAN CONDUCTOR IS
STRICKEN DOWN'cAT TORREON.
Torreon, Mex., Jan. 10.. Conductor
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A letter to your friends -saying
more careful reading.
25c bottle Blue Label Catsup
7 'big -bars "Velvet" Soap,
8 bars W. S. Scap O
3 lbs. fancy Head Rice
5 lbs. Japan Head Rice
for . .".
3 2-lb- cans Blackberries
S 3-4-H). sacks 0. F. Meal
3 2-lb. cans Red Kidney
Beans, spacial for
2 34b. cans Red Kidney
Beans, special for
20a -bottle Chili Sauce Ig,,
on lfflo "TJprl Tint" "Relish II !
4 10c rolls Toilet Paper
3 cans Pioneer Milk,
(we nave it) for
Royal Sorghum (try it) -
per quart JL J V
1 doz. large Sweet or Sour
20c canned Fruits (just re
ceived) 2 for
50c gals. Peeled Peaches, '
(with syrup) for
COc gals. Blackberries, full,
heavy pack, for
Paso St. Auto Phone 1901 f
TV". T. Groves, -well known along .the
line of the Mexican Central, -was taken
suddenly and seriously ill yesterday
and -was conveyed to the hospital at
Aguascalientes in a delirious condition.
Mr. Grove had returned from his run
in good health. Shortly after leaving
the train, he -was stricken "With con
gestion and was hurried to the hospital
for medical treatment.
ROCK ISLAND TRAINS ARE
3IAKING BETTER TIME.
Rock Island trains today are running
on more regular time. Saturday the
10:40 p. m. local was annulled as such,
arriving at 8 oclock Sunday morning
as a section of No. 37. Extreme cold in
the north is understood to be the cause
of the delays.
OPERATORS CHANGE TRICKS.
There has been a general shakeupuof
operators at the G., H. & S. A. offices.
that you are sending them a-copy of the
H. "VT, Connolly, chief dispatcher, has
gone to Houston to attend a confer
ence of the O. R. T. "W. G. Reading,
chief night dispatcher is in his place.
"W. H. Taylor of Chocar is doing the
fill in shift here. Harry Bannister, re.
lief man at the local offices, has gone
to Del Rio to relieve C. H. Cole, called
to Houston. S. A. Thompson, operator
at Longfellow, also has Deen called to
FLAG AT HALF MAST.
The G. H. & S. A. flag is at half
mast today on account of the death of
M. Shaw, carpenter in the mechanical
department of the road.
SU35T TO OUST WOMAN
FROM THE BRISTOL HOTEL
Henry Pfaff an the 34th district court
this morning secured a temporary in
junction restraining Mrs. M. Barnett
from retaining possession of the 18
rooms in the Bristol hotel on San Fran
The" plaintiff alleges in his petition
that the defendant en Jan. S)Jt1910, took
the keys to the various rooms and re
fuses to surrender them, occupying room
Xo- 7. He asks tihat she be competed
to surrender control of the rooms and
ASK MORE MONEY FROM
CITY FOR CHARITY WORK
Mrs. W. W. Turney, Mrs. T- H.
Burges and mayor Jos. U. Sweeney held
a two 'hour conference Saturday relative
to the -work of the Woman's Charity
association. The omen argued that the
flnmvinfr. t'hev -receive from the citv at
i the uresent time, 65 per month, to
J gether with the money received from the
I county, is in&ui.iiv;ieiii w meet me iK-
mands made upon tnein ana requesteu
the mayor to anake an effort to secure
a larger contribution from the city.
SUITS TO TRY TITLE.
"FT "UjjstprsoTi has filed three suits in
I the 34th district court to try title to
j valley land. The defendants mentioned
; are Joan Adowson, w. v- xwauaeu, .a.
I J. Wilson and tihe unknown herrs o'f
John Adamson and W. . Twaddell.
A. Hirsch, Sidney Mayer, and L. n.
Greenberg went hunting on the mesa
Sunday. Casualties, 65 rabbits.
LINE OF DOTY.
"Officer, carA" you. compel these
autompbilists to be more careful?
Theyljs. knocked three people
down here in just five minutes !"
"Madam, I'm here keeping
wagons off the car track and push
carts on the move!"
Annual Review edition may induce
I lini 1 lu
rTew Mexico People Must
Build Eoad To the
County road engineer Meadows re-
t ported to the commissioners this morn
ing that the old Ft. Bliss-Courchesne
road, extending over a distance of 2 1-4
miles and 20 feet wide, would be opened
to the public at 3 oclock today. He
called the attention of the commission
ers to the cobblestone-cement culverts
which have been constructed to carry
off water from the Santa Fe right of
way and asked that they pay particular
attention to this when they take a trip
Mrs. Cadena's request for permission
to construct a dam drop acioss the
canal at Socorro was referred to com
missioner Perez with power to act.
County engineer Eubank was instruc
ted to go over the proposed road from
the Mea to the old Salt road, where it
is proposed to lay a caliche road.
IjOiver Valley Road.
Road eng'neer Meadows was ordered
to investigate and. report on .the best
route for the proposed county road from
San Elizario to Clint.
The claims of F. E. Hunter and Mrs.
Sarh Maulding for damages alleged to
have been done to their property in the
construction of the Courchesne road
Engineer Meadows was instructed to
determine whether the Camino de la
Rosa or the old Clint road is the better
one to build up.
At the Canutillo bridge, a man has
been stationed to keep driftwood mov
ing so as not to endanger the bridge
and the Southwestern Portland Cement
company has a man watching the Cour
chesne bridge. Engineer Meadows re
ported that there is no ice coming down
the river today, though there was a
little last night.
Property owners on the proposed
route of the road from Belen to the
foothills, a distance of about two 'miles,
have signed up and the construction of
a road will be commenced shortly.
Gailey and Clark were granted per
mission to sublet the contract for dirt
work on the cbnnection between the
CHnt depot and the new Glint-Ysleta
road to C. McKinney on condition that
this does not affect any other part of
ew 3IcxIco Must Build Road.
Judge Eylar reported that the mat
ter of the Guadalupe ditch on the
Island, which is a Mexican ditch on
American soil, had probably been set
tled, as the Americans agreed that the
owners of the ditch could use it pro
vided they put in headgates. This
caused some amusement for commis
sioners Smith and Perez, who said that
a headgate would not hold there, ow
ing to the fact that there was nothing
but quicksand and several had former
ly been washed away.
Engineer Meadows reported that
nothing had been done by the New
Mexico people in regard to the con
struction of a road to the Canutillo
bridge and the county .commissioners
resolved that they would get busy on
this matter, commissioner Smith stating
that at the time the bridge was con
structed, New Mexico residents had giv
en bonds guaranteeing the construction
of a road leading thereto and they will
be forced to do this or the bonds will
be forfeited and El Paso county will
build the road.
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opment of El Paso. In no other way
can you give your friends so much re.
liable information regarding- El Paso
and the Southwest.
Twenty-five thousand copies of the
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supply, and all who wish to mail copies
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get pneumonia or consumption that's
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don't neglect it take Ballard's Hore
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time! The sure cure for coughsv colds
bronchitis and all pulmonary diseases in
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47 'Kuppenheimer Suits)
At Less than Manufacturer's Prices
Entire Surplus Stock of Men's Winter Suits Purchased
From This Famous M'aker at Our "Own Price
The "House of Kuppenheinier" closed its winter season with 347 high class suits
remainingunsold. We were given the opportunity to purchase this ; entire lot ; at
practically our own price. The result is that this morning we placed on sale 347
Hand-Tailored Suits in weights, styles and colors suitable for Present and early
-spring wear, at prices that' are really only half they shoiild be. This sale will con
tinue throughout the week or at least until the stock is exhausted. You can t
afford to let this chance go by! Three special lots are as follows:
Rtfids. rtheviots and tweeds, the Kuppenheimer make,
the most correct styles.
for $27.50 to $40.00; our
j O Serge, worsted, cheviot and tweed suits,
CO! JD in Kuppenheimer 's best styles for men
and young men. A splendid range of choice in business
suits" that regularly sell for from $22.50 z j? A
to $27.50; our special price WJU
i p 1S3 young men's Suits, the surplus stock of
JLOl s Eiderheimer, Stein &, Co., extra good
styles in the very best of cloths, are shown and priced at
practicallv half the real value. Suits in this lot are
worth regularly $15.00 to $22.50; ft CA
our special price. . v7Jt
"THE WORLD OF
Our annual sale of White
Garments anil Fabrics
will begin Monday, Jan
Hatless Brave "Wants To
Meet Gotch Unable To
Get in Sleeper Berth.
It was a "heap big injun" that alight
ed from the Golden State limited train
this afternoon and 'jarred the tower on.
the -union station when he stepped to
the station platform. An even 3G7
pounds of noble redskin arrived over the
Southern Pacific from Tucson, the same
being one John Middle Sky, wrestler and
chief of the Cocopah tribe of southwest
John is on 'his way to Xew York to
take a fall out of trank Gotch, Dec.
Boiler, Zybscho or any of the obher mat
artists who claim to be champion of
this or that world. Middle Sky is the
biggest indian afloat and his huge hulk
of a form looks like the flatiron building
moving down the street. He stands six
feet six in his bare feet, wears a Xo. 13
shoe, which must be made to order, and
if! he wore hatSfche would wear about a
number 12 on a"C last. But John, after
the fashion of his tribe, never wears a
hat and his long, straight black hair is
the ipnly protection he 'has from the
winds of winter and the suns of summer.
He wears a bright bow of red ribbon
around ,'his hair to keep it out of his
eyes and has a corduroy suit that would
make a blanket for an elephant with
enough left for a suit of clothes for on
ordinary sized man-
Not Looking for Trouble.
John is in charge of Ollie Donaldson,
who hails from Bisbee and who is ex-
Eecting to create a sensation with his
ig indian chief in New York.
Jolin says 'he is coming back to Yuma
to spend the summer, that being his
'home, but he will stay in Kew York un
til spring unless he -has some trouble, in
which case he will immediately beat it
back to the mesquite brush, for there is
one thing John is not looking for and
that is trouble.
Once in Yuma a rival tribe bothered
the big fellow as he sat in front of a
saldon (munching a watermelon. John
tolerated the Yuma as ht' would a fly
on the tip of his barflett pear ncse until
the rival hit him iif the face. Getting up
slowly, John p;cked the offending tribes
man up by the slack of his overalls and
pitched hmi in the river.
Too Big for Sleeners.
Middle Sky, accompanied by, his man
ager, will leave this evening on the Sun
set limited for the east, traveling in the
day coach, ab John "has never been able
to find a Pullman berth in which he
BEBEE GIRL. SAID TO
HAVE RETURNED HOME
Rhoda Bebee, the young Mesa, Ariz.,
girl, whose disappearance caused the is
suance of a warrant for kidnaping. Is
said to have returned to her Arizona
TIPS SCALES ST
-Men's and Young Men's hand-tailored
fiiii-f-r, rvf-' -nrvrplr-vr tfporfS ITrmortefl WOl'-
- " ' J O ' X-
Suits in this lot are usually sold
SAW EL PASO GROW
FROM A VILLAGE
Pioneer Woman Dies in This
City at the Age of 92
Having cone to El Paso m the
spring of 1S63, Mrs. Eduwljen Ruiz Tda.
de Lopez, who died Sunday morning at
the age of 92 years, had seen El Paso
grow from a border village of adobe
houses and winding streets to a great
city of the southwest with skyscrapers
and paved streets. Mrs. Lopez moved
to El Paso from Jesus Maria. Mexico,
soon after the death of her husband.
Catarino Lopez, and for 47 years she
was a resident of the city. To her
grandchildren she told stories of the
Indians who infested the foothills to
the northeast of El Paso and of the
stirring times along the border dur
ing the civil war.
Mrs. Lopez -lived for a number of
years on Anthony street, near the old
EI Paso foundry, selling this when
property in that section became valu
able for building purposes and moved,
to the east part of the city. Mrs. Lopez
has two children, Mrs. Guadalupe Lo
pez and Francisca Lopez, both living in
El Paso. She also has five grand
children, one of whom is Catarino Lo
pez, jr., who Is employed in the com
posing room of The Herqfcl.
The pioneer woman -would have been
93 years old on July 13, and was one
of the oldest residents of the city at
the time of her death.
FUXERAL OP C. A. DYKE.
F. M. HIggins has returned from
Prince'ton, 111., where he went as es
cort to the remains of C. A Dyke, chief
clerk in the customs service, who died
here last week. The funeral of the
El Paso young man was held at the
family home Tuesday afternoon and
was attended by a large crowd of Mr.
Dyke's friends In his home town. A
blanket of flowers which were sent to
Prii.ceton by the friends of Mr. Dyke in
El Paso, completely, covered the casket
i?nd a number of other floral offer
ings decorated the grave of the popular
young El Pasoan.
M. Shaw, a railroad .carpenter, died
at a local hospital Saturday. Funeral
arangements, in charge of the local
Odd Fellows, have not been completed.
BISHOP VISITS CITY.
Bishop, Gavilan, of the Catholic dio
cese of Cliihuahua, Mexico, was in El
Paso Sunday en route home from Her
mosillo, Sonora. where he attended a
jubilee of the Catholic church.
He said mass early Sunday morning
at the Sacred Heart church, on South
Oregon street, and left for Chihuahua in
the evening, accompanied by his secre
tao Rev. father Rizsk,, after visiting
ithe Catholic churches in El Paso and
PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION MEETING
''The Business Men's Protective associ
ation will meet this evening at its office
in the City National bank building to
consider a -number of important matters
conected with the association. One of
these wjll be the curtailing of promis
cuous advertising solicitation among the
Dr. 0. C Irvin is seriously ill at his
(home on "West Rio Grande street.
The last two days of the
January Clearance Sale.
Extra special prices in
EL PASO FIRM BUYS
. 5000 TEXAS STEERS
Sierra Blanca Deal for $130,
000 Largest in the
In purchasing 5000 head of steera
from Linear Bros., of Sierra. Blaaca,
Tex., for $130,000, A. "W. Wllsoa & Co.,
of this cJty, have closed the largest deal
in Texas this year, according to 3fr.
"Wilson. The stock is for April and "iCay
delivery and will be shipped to Colorado
and Kansas pastures.
Mr. Wilson recently purchased ajiom
on Xevada street and Is now making"
preparations to move Into It.
The firm also maintains an office at
the Union stock yards In Denver.
Brown, Bogel and Gohlke shippe'd 50&
head of Mexican cattle to their raaca
near Pecos yesterday. The cattle wer
bought from A. I. Boyd, of Mexico.
SKATIXG OX THE RTVERI &
2VOT THAT ANYBODY KNOWS
The report that there was skating by
small boys oji the Texas bank of the
Rio Grande Saturday, must have been
started by- a man with, a different sort
of skate, according to Immigration of
ficials. Neither these officials, nor any
body else seems to have noticed any
skating, with, the exception of a few
Latin-American skates over in Juares
Managua, Nicaragua, Jan. 10. That a
ispilt has occurred in (the ranks of the
revolutionists and that one faction will
reject all overtures of peace is the re
port received here. Dr. Madriz Is great
ly cast down by the death of Gen. For
nos Diaz, who was droivned while on his
way to the capital io discuss a peace
"Wiho will some day hold positions
of responsibility require right
food for the development of "body
-made of wheat and barley, con
tains the phosphates of potash
grown dn the cereals for building
sturdy tissue cells especially
those of the brain and nerves.
Read "The Road to WeUville," in
There's a Reason" for
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