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Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1910.
9. rTTfVWSlHM aa2 1, Mil iilll Wafohsng a Stomas!. Digest Food Was Ihe Means Whereby Science Made I Possible the Cure of Dyspepsia. 32.L PASO HERALD 1 c&Taflafcvv'! (Continued From Page One) tuat for each of the Americans who died j duced his famous $50,000,000 appropria ting night, an hundred more would tion hill to he expended in preparation march from the north to avenge their for war. The bill passed without a cns daths. And that 10, aye 20, 30 Span- senting vote. War was inevitable. Good .... i- i- " 1... ! Tn-n T.o fha "YTTT rkfforAfl to inter- iaras wouiu pay wie yeiiu.iL,y. Event followed event With a slow ness that was exasperating to an in telligent people. A few of the bodies i. ere recovered to be buried in the government cemetery. From every part of the country the appeal of the grief stricken relatives must necessarily be refused. There could be no Christian burial for those 260 sailors. Their t mb was the sea and their bier the battleship upon which they had servsa A board of inquiry was appointed. Rear admiral W. T. Sampson, the man who was to be the victim of circum stances in the war to follow, was made chairman. With the deliberation oi serious minded men, the board heard tie evidence at Key West and at tne I sc""ne of the wreck. In the meantime a patriotically Intoxicated country de manded war and the freedom of Cuba Twin flags, the American and Cuban trl-colors, were hung from every post and tree. Volunteer regiments were organized and drilled. Every line of the newspapers were scanned for more Information about the ill fated battie sMp. The Verdict. At la&t the board of Inquiry reported. It was March 2S, yet the Maine was still the chief topic of discussion. The finding of the board agreed with the popular verdict. The ship was blown ur by an explosion from without. Things began moving more rapidly. Congressman Joseph Cannon Intro- Pope Leo. the XIII., offered to inter cede His kindly offices were refused by president McKlnley- The flying squadron sailed to sea with sealed or ders. Reports of the appearance of the Spanish squadron were heard. Finally when the tension could be stood no longer, the declaration of war was issued over the signature of the beloved martyr president. This was on April 26. On May first, admiral Dewey sailed Into Manila bay and sunk the Spanish fleet. The first move In avenging the Maine had been taken. The sea and land battles around the Pearl of the Antilles followed. A war mad country was -fighting to avenge the death of its countrymen. What the "War Accomplished. The details are familiar history. Much was accomplished for the world's good by this socalled opera buffet war. Another republic was added to the roster of free nations. A group of islands in the far east were freed from" the tyranny of an old world power. But best of all, was the results at home. People of one blood, one ideal, and one flag were united for the first time, by the war. This day, February 16, is the anni versary of the birth of this new union. Twelve years ago this morning began the birth pangs which gave this coun try the union of the nprjth and south. February 15, 1S98, should be written in red, for it marks an epoch in Unitea States history. CITY BUYS XEW BADGES FOR PAID FIREMEN" New badges have been purchased for ST TrfT J tL J l tl8 rire department by the city and VrlLJLi GayS are tile UayS I they are being distributed by the chief .L t x.L I today. The badges are similar to the WHen mOSt OI tile im- I old style, but are of a better quality. Tvf-orbf t-oUife - lika va. ' bein& made of nickeled German silver. pOliaill IiaDIlS Ol Ilie ate j The cap badges are made in the shape fnrmprl TVarr vnTif of Maltese crosses while the coat lUlUiCU, iCd.CH VUUl . shields hfLYP n. snrpnfl pastIa at tho tnn and are stamped El Paso fire depart ment on the edge and each bears a number in the center. A Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Sent Free. The Abbe SpallanzanI was the first scientist to study systematically the chemical powers of the gastric juice, but it was by the careful and convinc ing experiments of Beaumont that the foundation of our exact knowledge of its composition and action was laid. Beaumont was an army surgeon, lo cated at an obscure military post In and was called upon to treat a gun shot i wound of the stomach in a Canadian voyageur Alexis St. Martin. When the wound healed a permanent opening was left by means of which food could be placed in the stomach and gastric juice taken from it. Beaumont made scientific experiments with his crude means and wrote a book, which today is recognized among the classics of physiology. Beaumont blazed the way for other scientists so that today medicine knows what the stomach does with food and what food does to the stomach. Science also knows what the gastric juices are and how to make them best for the system. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, thanks to the poor army surgeon and Alexis St. j food, replenishing the exhausted juices, soothing the nerves and correcting dys peptic conditions of the stomach. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are nat ural fruit and vegetable essences re duced in concentrated form and by tre mendous power compressed Into a tab let. These wonderful little digestors are known all over America and Can ada. Full meals have been digested by them in glass tubes and they are sold by every druggist. Physicians to the numben of 40,000 use them. They are meritorious and powerful. Go to your druggist and buy a package today, price 50c, or send us your name and address and we" will send you a trial package by mail free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. CURRY AM) MILLS ARE BOTH ENDORSED children the daily use of Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder and they will some day rise to call you blessed. It cleanses, SUIT FOR DIVORCE. Amber L. Barnum has filed suit for divorce from R. D. Barnum in the 34th her petition that she and the defendant co"fty was presented either by com- ,.. , ,. . ,. I mitteemen or bv nroxv. ivere marrcea in unicago Aug. Zb, lU3, Republicans of the Territory Heartily Approve Retiring and Incoming 5 j Chief Executive. Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 16. Approval J of the Hamilton statehood bill, and ac- I quiescence in that portion of the Bever- j idge bill providing for a submission of the state constitution to congress j and the president, were embodied in ! resolutions passed by the territorial Republican central committee In ses sion at the capltol. Nearly every m " irwaTT ": -' 1 E 1 13 Hc6v Tv cl K "v.;- v I x m StS"! k It ' a & vbk ; i i ft t 1 1 OPilK ft i 1 mil" li m iMmtill it i i I $5 SiEk Petti- and lived together until March, 1909. the statutory complaint 6t cruel treat EARLY MORNING FIRE. beautifies and preserves the J An overheated stove caused a fire i . .7 r to tne area I j . , tne Kitchen or a tenement at 622 Dallas leetil and imparts PUritV street at 7:40 oclock this morning. The an dfe aorance s .l J East El Paso and Mesa companies an tn ' swercd the alarm and the fire was ex tinguished by a bucket brigade, the damage being flight. mitteemen or by proxy. The administration of governor Curry was approved unanimously and the resolutions expressed confidence in the ability of his successor, chief justice Mills, both Curry and Mills occupying the speaker's rostrum. Governor Curry presided in the absence at Washington of chairman H. O. Bursum, who is at the national capital helping to fight for statehood. Lett we forjrex let's keep our money at borne '-.nd still get the be3t- Globe Flour. feftft 5 VELOX x I Fg $? NM DEMONSTRATIONS ' I l r03 ?-K-T EXHIBITION j r BY ATTENDING THE Friday and Saturday, Monday and Tuesday Afternojons and Evenings PROGRAM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21 ST TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND 2 to 4 P. M. 2 to 4 P. m. Velos Printing Film Developing Re-Developing Wet Negative Printing 4' to 6 P. M. 4 to 6 P. M. Velox Enlarging Velox Enlarging Dry Mounting Tissue Dry Mounting Tissue 8 to 9 P. M. ' 8 to 9 P. M. Film Developing Post Card Printing Wet Negative Printing Double Printing 9 to 10 P. M. 9 to 10 P. M. Post Card Printing Velox Printing Double Printing Re-Developing Kodak Demons tration and Print Exhibition This Exhibition FREE to Everybody FRED J. FELDMAN CO. invites you to attend this Free Exhibition of Kodak Work at corner of Texas street and Mesa avenue Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday afternoons and evenings. It will be interesting even if you are ncixa Kodaker or amateur picture taker. The EASTMAN KODAK CO. will have a corps of Demonstrators to teach you all about how to photograph, print, enlarge, etc., and will Exhibit Hundreds of Enlarged Prints of the Finest Quality. Many Have Been Prize Winners. Don't fail to be present and enjoy the exhibit. FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY i ! siS iPta t&s Jyr M. las i- While other stores are still advertising Winter Goods The Boston Store is loading up with the best, the brightest and finest Spring Merchandise we have ever shown. New Wash Goods,NewSilks,NewDress Goods,New Suits,NewMiIIinery. We mention a few specially priced for end of the week selling Women's Tailored Suits Klw Spring: W!odIs In the new materials ?-nd trimmings. The season's latest styles ful models, handsomely made, man tailored and trimmed Bought to sell at $27-50; End of the week price Beauti- .75 ew ai ?ew Spring Styles NEW SILK DRESSES New spring styles. One-piece, in phvn and change, able effects. All the new spring colorings. Trimmed with gold braid with lace yoke; $26 00 values; 1 Q K( End of the week price. pe.0V Woman's and Hisses1 Ons Pless Wash Brasses WOMEN'S AND MISSES' ONE-PIECE WASH DRESSES Materials of ehambrcvy, percale, madras and linen; all colors and winte; nearly mace values up to ?.uu; "I OL? . ?K OR iUUD toj-'' and trimmed. End of the week price coats $2.95 Women's Separate Skirts They come in all the nerw spring colors; splendid qualities, Jtand somely flounced; bought to sell at $5.00;" End of the Ag week price 5ift0 WOMEN'S SEPARATE SKIRTS New shipment just received. The lat est spring models, in the latest spring materials. Black and colors. !Made with the new overskirt effect and other new styles; pleated and tailored; Je1rlC Tr. $5.95 up to $12.50 Mercerized Jacqnards A new and pretty wash fabric, have been added to our immense stock. This new .and pretty wash nov elty reached us yesterday. The colors are Kght blue, Alice, Copenhagen, amethyst, old rose and heHo. A pretty material for waists and early spring dresses. Priced for End of the week selling J? 88-Incli Black and "Wnite Shepherd Checks ) Assorted size checks for early spring suit6. Fast col ors; will wash; also suitable for children's O ? wear; End of the week price - 03C Beautiful New Spring Silks CORDED SILK TUSSAH One of the new spring fabrics for wata and dresses in shades of Alice, light blue, old rose, amethyst, gray and black; , special at CHEENEY BROS. CELEBRATED FOULARD SILKS in many new and pretty patterns. Colors are old rose, Copenhagen,, marine, navy, reseda, brown, etc. All pure silk; End of the week price SUISSE SILKS Black, white, cardinal, tan, light blue, old rose, amethyst, nile, green, helio, Alice, Co penhagen, pink and other pretty shades for street and evening costumes. Usually sold at 50c f Q yard; End of the week price fai 4 C 50c End of the Week Prices on "New Wash Goods Fine Printed Foulards and Batistes in many new styles and colorings; usually sold at 20c and 25c vard; End of the week price 1 ?9 iScand 17C PLAIN AND MERCERIZED POPLINS in a dozen and more pretty colorings. Splendid material for waists and dresses, worth everywhere 25c Q yard; End of the week price .1 A 27 C 1 LOT FINE WASH GOODS Consisting of fancy waistings, soisefete. peplin and other fashionable ma terials. Plain and highly mercerized, in all the lead ing shades. Values in this lot up to 39c OC!,, yard; End of the week price OC New Veils and Veilings Just received hy express shipment of the new style veils and veilings for early spring' wear- Pattern veils and veilings by the yard in maline. chiffon, etc., plain .and fancy effects, long and square. Black, wh&e and the new shades at end of the week prices. New Spring Millinery Beautiful models and trimmings reach us by every express. Xew dainty and exquisite creations from foreign and American milliners. 3fany new and at tractive hats, tailored and trimmed, are here for your inspection; also, the celebrated "Fiske' Tur bans, specially priced. ''Announcement of our Milli nery opening in a few days." Beautiful New Spring Neckwear IN A NEVER ENDING STREAM OF THE LATEST NOVELTIES 2Cew Lace Collars, new Embroidered Col lars, new Dutch Collars, new Stocks, Ja bots, Coat Sets in lace and embroidery in manv new and striking designs The prices range rrom 2oc up to .. 2iisIIb Underwear Spgstais WOMEN'S TWO-PIECE COMBINATION SUITS in cambric, nainsook and cross bar jaconet. Lace trimmed; worth $L50 End of the week QO .price 4OC WOMEN'S TWO-PIECE COMBINATION SUITS of fine English nainsook, lace and embroidery trimmed; neat and dainty garments woith $2.50; End of the Tveek J yf Q price .. PI i Best quality Dress Ginghams, new spring stylcs,N over a hundred pieces to select from, worth 15c; End of the week - J price .1 J. 2C r 1 lot "Wash Batistes, light and dark colorings; some with side bands for trimmlncr: End of the week price oC m i 1 E , -home op low rmees ; SaSjjjKljgj)jj!jpyMiijMKiggBByilMB 1 lot French Satines, Kght and dark; full yard wide; some with pretty side bands; cheap at 15c; End of the week ! A price IvC 1 lot Embroideries, Edges and In sertions; all new 1910 patterns; specially priced for tne end. of the week at . ., 5c HOTEL ABBIYALS. Sheldon Miss A. Britton, I,os An geles, Cal.; Miss R. Howe, Los Angeles, Cal.; James J. Woodslde, Los Angeles, f-Cal.; Ina Holmes, Los Angeles, Cal.; Miss Glrard, Los Angeles, Cal.; Helen Keers, L03 -Angeles, Cal.; C. McArthur, Los Angeles, Cal.; L. Shatmeyer, Los Angeles, Cal.; D. X. Braley, New York; W. B. Mack, Thurston, Neb.; C. Hanson, Ft, Worth, Texas; C. L Breeth, and family, Tucumcari, N. M.; T. N. Nester, Prescott, Ariz., Jack Campbell, Agent Tempest and Sunshine; "W. M. Bowman, Denver, Colo.; N. J. Spencer, Denver, Colo.; C. G. Phelps, Ca.ro, Mich.; M. P. Bowman, New York; A. "W. Wins, Salt Lake City, Utah; W. C. Harris, Sterling, Colo.; Millard Hay more, Dublan, Chih.; W. A. Weiswangcr, Topeka, Kas.; Sam H. Smith and wife, Llano, Son., Mex.; H. R. Catun, .rmiadelphla. Pa.; Mrs. Frank Dawson, Orogrande, X. M.; Sam uel Gallardo, Parral, Mex.; p. Phillips and wife, 331 Rout; Myron B. Rice, New York; B. M. Bulkley, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. G. M. Williams; B. Landan, New York; W. E. Washington and wife, Oklahoma; John L. Gibson, New York; W. H. Callon, Dayton, O.; O. M. Jones and son, Danville, 111.; W. T. Gunn, Danville. 111.: G. N. Rand nni -r Midland, Texas; Mas C. Bonn, Globe', Ariz.; J. x. reison ana wife. Los An geles; Dick Ferris and wife. Los An geles; Maj. Sam Hunt, Ft. Worth, Tex. John J. Lyatt, Denver, Colo. ' Kodak Dealers 308 San Antonio Street Nelson, New York; Sam Haas, Cleve land, O.; C. "E. Hart. Oklahoma City'. George Werghton; Miss V. "Monague, Cananea, Mex.; W. Rowland Cox, Xew York; Charles D. Beckwith and wife, Schenectady, X. Y.; Charles C. Beckwith, Schenectady, X. Y.; J. Van Houten. Raton, X. M.; H. Kochlcr, St. Louis, Mo.; S. R. Gump. Chicago, 111.; S. S. Phillips, Chicago, 111. Orndorff: L. M. Kmgbulin and wife, Santa Clara, Cal.: Inez Girard, New York; T. P. Getz, Duluth, Minn.; W. A. Murray, Tucson. Ariz.; Mrs. L. B. O'Brien, Denver. Colo., Frank O'Brien, Denver, Colo.; F. M. Klein, Jersey City. N. J.; May G. M. Klein. Jersey City, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Greene. Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Moorse. Seattle, Wash., W. D. Ster retit and wife. Washington, D. C; W. C. Harris, Sterling, Colo.; Sam H. Smith and wife. Llano, Sonora, J. D. Browder, Memphis, Tenn.; A. L. Loder, Chihua hua, Mexico; A. J. Galley, Ysleta, Tex.; B. Landan, New York; L.H. Russell, and wife, New York; S. T. Hathaway, Den ver, Colo.; O. H. Blaslnghaan, Pueblo, Colo. Dave Patterson, Gainesville, Tex.; Chas. DeBand, Wilcox. Ariz.; E. W. Johnson, Jn, Wilcox, Ariz.; Stephen Collels. Wil cox. Ariz.; M. H. Bunn, Atlanta, Ga.; C Hanenkeatt, Portland, Ore.; A. Hanen keatt. Portland. Ore . J. R. Livesay, La Mesa. N. M.: G. Hart, New -Torlc city; E. Morgan, New York city. M. Morgan, New- York city; C. Abila, Mexico; Mrs. Annie. Essary, Sweden, Tex.; D. Thomp son, Bancroft, S. D W. E. Washing ton and wife. Oklahoma; Charles Wal ter and wife. Newark. N. J.; F. M. Claugh. Tucumcari. N. M : S. E. Merrill, Agricultural College, N. M.; Paul Broun vill, Agricultural College, N. M.; R. E. Crcxton, Alamo, N. M. St. Regis John O. F. Delaney and wife, St. Louis, Mo.; Kelly R. Johnston St. Louis, Mo.; F. E. Wedland, Bars tow' Tex.; A. La Tourette, Milwaukee, Wis ' P. M. Shaw, jr., Duluth, Minn.; J a! Mahaurer, Deming, N. M.; w. S Cox. Silver City, N. M.; W. G. Sloan, wife and daughter, St. Louis, Mo.; W C Harris, Sterling, Colo.; C. H. Brown and wife, Sterling. Colo.; C. L. Hill, Las Cruces, N. M.; Mrs. J. H. Atkinson and daughter. Las Cruces, N. M.; J. h Williamson, San Francisco, Cal.; j. v. Crick; Mrs. Predletnollenberg; L." B. Stenfling, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. H. C. McElvain, Amsterdam, N. Y.; J. w. Angelus: C. H. Ball, Chicago; L. Vishena. New York; Mac Russell, New York: Ross Lum and wife, New York; H. Henry, New Yotk; F. O. Ravena, New York; B. Singer, New York; C. Van Beseghy, New York; George Acker. New York; James Clav, New York; Wally Helston, New York; Miss A. Britton, New York; R. Rowe, New York; James J. Woodside. New York; Lina Holmes, New York; Myron B. Rice, New York: R. B. Hilton and wife, Louisiana; B. M. Bulkley, Pittsburg, Pa.; G. Y. McDowell and wife. Falrburg. 111.; Ben McDowell, Fairburg, 111.; S. W. White. Chicago; E. G. Winter, Oakland. Cal.; a T. Wilson, Tucson. Ariz.; W. J. Musgrove. Tucson, Ariz.; Ed Zuschlag, Chicago, 111.; E. S. Walker, Orogrande, N. M.; H. F. Greene, agent, "Wine, Woman and Song;" E. F. Randolph, Morristown, X. J.; J. V. Goin, Morristown. N. J. Grand Central: Charles G. Keck, Freeport, 111.; Oscar Lohman, Las Cru ces, N. M.; E. K. Craft. Linton, Ind.; Miss A. Brittin, New York; Miss R. I Howe. New York; James J. Woodside, 1 New York; Lina Holmes, New York; Zeiger Marie Sheldan, New York; Lydia KaHne, New York; H. B. Whit aker, New York: A. G. Bess and wife, Waco, Texas; W. N. Gibson. Animas, N. M.; H. Tyler, Hermanas, N. M.; J. M. Dudley, Neuva Casas Grandes, Mex.; Alexander Smith. Shreveport, La.; J. H Thatcher, Puebio. Colo.; M. E. McHenry New York; J. W. Taylor, Casas Grandes ' Mex.; C. H. Weldon, Eastland, Kaa. 5. d B A model for every figure DRIVES THROUGH FUNERAL PROCESSION; IS FINED Harvey Kent, driver of a dairy wagon, when arraigned in police court on the charge of violating a city or dinance by driving through a funeral procession, pleaded guilty and was fined $5. ATTii TION! Poultry Raisers! We izvejost received acocsisameat of PUR2SA POULTRY P2ED5. CalJ tad examine thein. PURIM POULTRY FEEDS are a mixture of overa oseavarxetfe l craps and seeds. They contaia absolutely no grtt which make weight. They contain absolutely no Durntapr smutty wheat. Yourchlci sou us $cr a sample of it. 0. G. Seeton & El Pan