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Friday, January 28, 1910. IL PASO HEUALD IS I It l 8 Beai 8 OmP Tomorro l UvIV w Mornin OLD EL ICK J 2l3wB3BBMy B F. J BRAY, Manager Vogue pry om any s Stand MASRIED MEN TO HAVE THEIR SAY Will Be Given a Chance to Talk at Y. M. C. A. Forum - Meeting. Since the tminarTled men of the Forum were given an opportunity to explain away their sins of omission at one of the Forum meeting and -tell why they "mere not married, the married men have demanded the same privilege, and Satur day night they will tell -why they are married. Each married member of the Forum will be given a chance to square himself with his better half by telling how he just could not and would not think of reverting to the barbaric un married state. In addition to the mar ried men's talks, Ed Hodge will give his experiences on board a cattle boat cross ing the Atlantic, and Dr. John R. Mac Arthur, of the A. & M- college at Mesilla Park, will give an educational talk. The third of the four gold medal con tests which are being held by the Y. M. M. C. A. physical department will be held tonight. The four athletes having the high scores in the medal contest are: Miller, 17 points; Dorrls, 16 5-6; A. L. Pickens, 15; Roberson, 12 1-3. There will be six events in the aneet tonight. The first of the Intermedite medal contests for boys between 14 and 3 8 years will also be held tonight. The floor of the lobby at the Y. M. C. A. Is being oiled and polished caus ing the building to smell like a furniture factory. HOTEL ARRIVALS. x Sheldon J. M. "Webber, San Angelo, Texas; W. E. Ingraham, North Howel, O.; TV". H. Sanders, Los Angeles, Cal.; R. F. Crich, Pratt, Kas.; F. W. Harrison, Chicago, 111.; H. B- Holt and wife, Las Cruces, X. M.; J. Jones, Omaha, Neb.; E. Vdllars -and wife, Carthage, N. Y.; Horace V- Winchell, Minneapolis, Minn.; F. B. King, Douglas, Ariz.; L. C. Bar low, "White Oaks, N. M.; F. H. McLain. I St. Louis, Mo.; L. H. Darby, Denver, J Colo.; T. W. Thurman, Memphis, Tenn.; IV. E. Barnant, ,San Francisco; Mrs. H. ' R. Hindman. Banis: A. V. McDermott. New York; B. L. Donnelly, San Fran cisco, Cal.; A. W. Morningston, Santa Fe, N. M.; J. W. Hay ward, Vinton, la.; J. Li. Augustine, Lordsburg, N. M.; G. W. Linger, Denver, Colo.; E. J. Creel, Chihuahua, Mex.; A. S. Lacy, Owens boro, Ky.; G. W. Pettlt, South Bend, Ind.; Don Dardis, Burlington, Wis.: Arch Kyle, Duluth, Minn.; Mrs. Edgar Clear, Guadalajara, Mex.; J. F. Hilscher. I St. Paul, Minn.; J. W. Shephard. "St. I Paul, Minn.; Arch Baker, Crockett, Tex.; L. L. Hyman and wife, Wabash. Ind.: H. Vincent Wallace and wife. I Durango; Charles R. Boles. Hartford, Conn.; J. B. Gilchrist, Fierro, N. M.; J. T. Ray, Colorado Springs, Colo.; L. M. Evans, Denver, Colo.: Robert S. Fielder, Dallas, Tex.; M. G. taley, South Bend, Ind. Mammoth LOOK FOR THE RED CANVAS FRONT' r Removal Sale Shoe Barg SUPERIOR SHOES AT BAH&AiN PRICE& LOOK FOR THE RED CANVAS FRONT This week we specially feature shoes. We now ihave about one month in which to close out -present stock. They begin tearing down our present building on March. 1st and before that date we must be out. We are just closing another successful week. Removal Sale, like all successful sales, grows in favor as it grows older. People come, find out what splendid bargains they get, go home, and tell the neighbors. So it makes an endless chain of customers coming to our store to secure bargains such as are offered only for some cause like the present. Keep in mind the fact that we must move. Also, that we must sell goods before Tve do more. The big feature for this week is shoe bargains. It is a "well konwn fact that we carry the best line of shoes in El Paso and at present prices they are unquestioned bargains. BIG SATURDAY SHOE SPECIALS Sale of Mei5s Shoes We sell, and recommend, "MaanV Shoes. In addition, we carry many oiiher good makes. The following re ductions give you an idea of what good values you can now buy in men's, shoes. , -s $1.75 and $2.00 shoes, satin calf, hlucher style. $2.50'ajnd $3.00 shoes Blucher style, JLk $1,29 $2.90 in vici kid ,box calf and.j patent leather at. $3.50 and $4.00 shoes hand welt, in vici Md, box calf and patent leather at $5.50 and $6.00 shoes same leathers as above. Many other lots at the same radical price reductions Mammoth Removal Sale of 3Iens Clothing continues to give customers the best -values that-are now being of fered in El Paso. Not a suit is re served. From the ordinary grades up to our superior Sdhloss Bros. & Co. lines all are now on sale. Look for the Red Canvas Front Corner San Antonio and Mesa f i 1 BSIBIBHHB I jains j i i w ill FMjft) IcSEKM&SJI BIG SATURDAY SHOE SPECIALS Sale of Women's Shoes Women's and children's shoes form a big feature of our M ammoth Eemov al Sale. The four following specials in women's shoes are well worthy of your attention, so do not overlook them. Women's shoes worth $1.75 and $2.00; Eemoval Sale ( g 4 g price Jp is A Women's shoes, worth $2.25 and $2.50 per parr; Removal Sale price tomorrow Women's shoes worth $3.00; buy them now . Women's shoes that should sell for $3.50; Removal Sale tomorrow . . . ' Reduced prices on Children'sShoes range from 40c to 1.45 Our Mammoth Removal Sale of Men's Shirts offers values that you cannot possibly duplicate. Prices begin at 35c for work and dress shirts worth 50c and range up to S1.65 for broad olotili and flannel hirts worth $2.50 and Z. Buy shirts here tomorrow. Look for the Red Canvas Front Corner San Antonio and Mesa ggg5ggEPs'&!fc-H P JL Qfe?4ttP (&4 $EZ PafcB4Pw Angelus D. Rhea Foman, Tucson, Ariz.; G. W. Martin; Tucson, Ariz.; W. C. Walker, Tucson, Ariz.; Mrs. W. C. Rlcketts, Columbus, O.; E. G. M. Mon iger, Chicago, Ilh; Homer C. Schyred, Alamogordo, N. M.; W. P. Roerch. Douglas, Ariz.;F. A. Adams, Albuquer que, X. M.; W. F. Bullard, Tucson, Ariz.; E- T. Brawl ey, Chicago. 111.; J. Ashly, Tucson, Ariz.; W. H. Geraty, Tucson, Ariz.; E. Gordon, Tucumcari, N. M.; R JCaswell and wife, Cherokee, la.; W. Carmell and wife, Cherokee, la.; A. D. Willoughby and wife. Tacoma, ash.; H. N. Hotchkiss, Chicago, 111.; J. A Stone, Tucson, Ariz.; A. J. Bower, Get tysburg, S. D.; C. E. Bates, Gettysburg, S. B.; C. S. Upton, Torreon, ilex.; Jos Gonzales, Las Cruces, N. M. hamson, San Francisco, CaL; C. E. Lord, Los Angeles, Cal.; C. B. Chester, New Orleans, La.; TJ. B. Livermore and wife, San Francisco, Cal.; L. M. Evans, Den ver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer, Des Moines, la.; Mrs. Coit, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. McCoy, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. Pierce, Des Moines, la.; Mrs. Banesfield, Des Moines, la- Make it a point to visit Ardoin's special sale tomorrow. Grand Central M. Acosta, Chihua hua, Mex.; A. F. Morse, Humboldt, la., P. C. Gahin, wife and baby, Boston, Mass.; H. T. Spearman, Hillsboro, N. M.; William Bray, Mexico, D .F.; A. C. Mc Mahon, San Francisco, Cal.; C. D. ' Stuart, Seattle. "Wash.; R. P. Flynn, Dunsmuir, Cal.; O. L. "Williams, Duns- f muir, Cal.; B. H. "Whitmer, Big Springs. :Tex.; Thomas Gilster. Big Springs, , Tex.; A. L. Ryan, Big Springs, Tex.; i George J. Ryan, Big Springs, Tex.; L. S. Stem, Chicago, 111.; D. E. Mon-tes and wife, Moxiccf City; F. P. H. Garcia, Mexico Citj-; Theodore Clark, Bisbee. Ariz.; E. Weagle, Salt Lake City; C. M. Glover, The Dalles, Oregon. $ & AMERICA' STORY TELLERS $ & AXD 'THEIR. YAHXS. - EDNA MAY. $ $ Edna May, or Mrs. Oscar Lewisohn, tells a queer little story. "I was a patroness " she said, "or some amateur theatricals gi-.en by I about behind the scenes, I came upon a utt'e girl seated all alone In a. dark: corner. " '"Why are you lelt oat, my dtarT X asked. 'Aren't you playiij, too?" " 'Oh, I'se not left out; said the child, Ise the baby waiting to be borned. WOMAN" HIJXS; MAX SHOOTS; ARREST IS MADE Following a row with. Victoria Rod riguez late lost night, Barnardo Her nandez is alleged to have pursued the woman up the street emptying his re volver as h- ran. The commotion oc cured near the barracks in. Juarez. The police arrested Hernandez, who carried a revolver w:tn four empty chambers. He will be tried at a later date. The woman was uninjured. See Ardoin's ad and attend the big meat sale tomorrow. r Zelger B. F. Hahy, Rifle, Colo.; C. E. Shultz, Llano, Texas; R. P. Brown, El Tigre. Son.; Tom Miller, Newton, Kas.; Mrs. A. Jones, Oakland. Cal.; E. M. Meyers, Oakland. Cal.; T. E. Mitchell, Albert, N. M.; W. P. Hurt, Van Horn. Orndorff. H. D. Moore, Chicago. 111.; F. F. Taylor, Chicago. 111.; J. M. Davis, city; H. C. Applegate. St Lou 1 5, Mo.; M. O. Stallon. Monte Vista. Colo., W E. Thurber, City of Mexico, Mex'.co; Charles E. Adams and wife, Chicago. 111.; Charles T. Tryon, wife and child. New York; Herbert R. Shafer iaa vife, Cedar Rapids. la.; E. Bergman. Cedar Rapids, la.; W. D. Gillaud. New York city; C. W. Fisher and son, Aguas Cali entes, Mexico; E. E. Everett, San Francisco, Cal.; H. L. Walden, Eureka. Cal.; H. D. Langworthy, jr., 'C:nsas Citj', Mo.; Theodore Gilison. New Or leans, La.; C. O. Reed, New Orleans, La.; B. CJ Reach and family, Mexico City, Mexico; C. W. Thompson. Kalama zoo, Mich.; Otto Kroyer, city; L F. Wurzbach; Mrs. E. B. Long, Hopkins ville, Ky.; Miss Jenny Bell, Hopkins ville, Ky.; Miss Van Hites, Hopklns ville, Ky.; Harry Cole. Benson, Ariz.; J. F. Boyer and wife, Chona, N. "I.; A. B. Livermore and wife. San Francisco, Cal.; Mrs. I. McVoy, Chicago, 111.; C. C. Gelvin, Carlsbad, N. Mv; Charles E. Whalen and wife, Denver, Colo. ' " lllif . 3s I St. Regis W. L. Brown and wife, St. Joseph, Mo.; A. Lowenthal, Chicago, III.; Louis C. HIP. Phoenix, Ariz.; F. D. Qulgley, Chicago, 111.; M. Kinegar.-San Antonio, Texas; W. C. Marshall, Steeple Rock, Ariz.; William Deutoche. Vinton, la.; R. H. Drake, Kansas City, Mo.; Lyden Haynes, Jax, Florida; Dr. p. m. Bernestine. Detroit, Mich.; C. W. Cobb, Mexico City; H. A. Coomer, Santa Fe, N. M.; W. J. Milliken, Los Angeles. Cal.; L. C. Scharkay, New York; P. A. Allain and wife. San Antonio, N. M.; R. M Smith and wife, Washington, la.; Mrs. J. C. Smith, San Anselmo, Cal.; A. Abra- FORMER EL PASOAX IS NOTF COUNSEL FOR CAPITAL CITY J. A. Richardson is now assistant city attorney of Austin, his old home, and -where his father, W. H. Richard son, is one of the leading citizens "Bun" is well known in El Paso. He was as sistant county attorney when Maury Kemp was the county attorney and he made many friends while he wag here as a candidate for township trus tee in a close district just before election. Fine home dressed hens, all drawn. 20c per pound at Ardoin's. arawB SENATOR SMOOT. OP Tinr-Axr WOULD DIVIDE ARIZONA Washington, D. C.r Jan. 28. Senator Smoot. of Utah, has introduced a bill to annex to TItnh to- v,t . . ... I -- wiu... putt Vi Arizona jnorth and west of the middle o the , Colorado river. TMs territory is separ- ated from the greater part of Arizona by an enormous gorge. E.DNA M2&T, eaxrra. enr f?u children at a party in Belgr ; v- Square. During the first act, as I wandered You'Il be surprised at tne results you will get froma small want; rent or lOr Salt .- i 1rt ?Iio TTamu -m:i cost more than 35c to 50c Phone Bell 15. Auto His and in thr sir- STOMACH mm or human" Lire ALL ELSE SECONDARY The immense success which has fol lowed L. T. Cooper during the past year with his new preparation has exceeded anything of the kind ever before wit nessed in most of the leading cities where the young man has introduced, the medicine. Cooper has a novel theory. He believes that the human stomach is directly responsible for most disease. To' quote his own words from an inter view upon his arrival in an eastern city: "The average man or woman cannot be sick if the stomach is working properly. To be sure, there are diseases of a viru lent nature such as cancer, tuberculosis, diabetes, etc., tvhich are organic, and are not traceable to the- stomach, but even fevers can, in nine cases out of ten, be traced to something taken into the stomach. All of this half-sick, nervous exhaustion that Is now so common, is caused by the stomachic-conditions, and it is because my remedy vrill and does regulate the stomach tnat I am meeting with such success. "To sum the miatter upr-a sound di gestive apparatus that is-doing its full duty getting every particle of vitality out of all food by transferring it to the bowels in a perfectly digested .state this above all else brings health." Mr. A. C. Brock, chef of the Brock Restaurant, Market District, Boston, Mass., who is a staunch believer in Mr. Cooper's theory and medicine, has this to say: "I had chronic Indigestion for' over three years. I suffered terribly, and lost about thirty pounds. I was a physical wreck when I started this Cooper medicine, a month or so ago. To day I am as well as I ever was in mr life. I am no longer nervous, my food does not distress me in the least and I have a splendid appetite. I am gaining flesh very rapidly in fact, at the rate of a pound a day. I would not believe any medicine on earth could have done for me what this has done. It is a re markable preparation, and Mr. Cooper deserves all his success." Cooper's New Discovery is sold by all druggists. If your druggist cannot "sup ply 5ou, we "vill forwerd you 'the name of a druggist in your city who will. Don't accept "something just as good." The Cooper Medicine Co., Dayton, Ohio.