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o ill 12 Friday, February 18, 1910. Fish and Other Good Things to Eat FOR LENT Finn an Haddie, per lb. 25c Smoked White Fish, per lb. 40c Smoked Sturgeon, per lb. 60c BonelessCod Fish, per lb. 20c Smoked Salmon, per ,1b. 40c Bloaters, 3 for 25c Dry Herring, each 5c Spiced Herring, 3 for 25c Salt Herring. 6 for 25e ' , Salmon Bellies, per lb. 25c N Pickled Salmon 25c Extra Select Oysters, per can 40c Norway Mackerel, each 10c, 15c, 40c FAKCY, RIPE ASTD QUEEN OLFES In Bulk. 35c Per Pint TULABOSA EG&S EBESE EVERY DAY USE MEBRITT BRAND BUTTER The Only Kind That Gives Satisfaction Phone 161. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. THE FINEST GROWIf IS SOLD IN EL PASO BY iFocery We do not supply this famous brand of ours to any other dealer. You canonly be sure of receiving "SEAL BRAND" genuine and fresh by buying it at their store. Feb. h 1920. CHASE & SANBORN, Chicago. THE WEATHER" Forecast. For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and Saturday, fair; rising: Temperature. For Ne-sv Mexico: Tonight and Satur day, parts cloudy and -warmer. For YTest Texas: Tonight and Satur day, fair; "rising temperature. ADS BY PHONE. Call Bell 115, Auto 1115 tell what you wish to buy, sell or rent and The Herald "will do the rest. Yale Motorcycle FIRESrONE AUTOMOBILE TIRES C. D. FREEMAN 312 Mesa Ave. EL PASO CYCLE WORKS RRISOXER TRIES TO ESCAP.E, BUT IS XOTV' IX CHAINS After having his noon meal at the police station, D. D. Skinner, a one arm prisoner, fried to esctpe -svnen the city prisoners ivere "being taken out to -work this afternoon. Skinner "ws captured after a half block chase by patrol driver Warnock. A chain -with-a o:g ball at tached to it -was fastened around his ankle. El Paso Railroad Man Says ( James A. Cook Is Innocent of Charge Made Against Him. Sentenced to spend two years and 10 months languishing In a Mexican penal institution is the fate meted out to James A. Cook, an American raihray conductor, according to the statement made by H. J. O'Rourke. a well known railroad man of this c:ty -wno at pres ent is in the employ of the Southwest ern. Mr. O'Rourke has returned from a trip into the interior ir Mexico and says that Cook is entirely innocent of anv crimed Charged With Theft. y "The facts of the case are these, said Mr. O'Rourke. "Cook while mak ing his usual run to Guadalajara was charged with stealing merchandise of which he didn't know anything abou at the time of the thert. Cook at the time was In the caboose making out his switch list, a Mexican braxeman was on the top of the car, another was standing on the rear erfd and otliers were about the -train. "While enroute a car of merchandise was broken into and t:ie goods thrown out- "When and when; me goods went to was information not In possession of Mr. Cook, and even when arrested he was wholly ignorant of the details of the charge. "In the trial whloh followed after a six months wait in- a Mexican jail, it developed that two Mexican brakemen in connection with a Spanish merchant and a Frechman, among whom the goods were foynd, were released. "As ar as I know the merchandise 'might have been soap," continued Mr. O'Rourke, "yet Cook was convicted and sentenced to Jail while the real per petrators were allowed to go free." Cook Only SO Ycnrs Old. O'Rourke says he was employed by. Cook on the "Wabash lines several years ago and elso says that all who have ever come in contact with the American railway conductor speak in the highest terms as to his character and honesty. Cook went to Mexico anout two years ago accompanied by his wife who died but a month later of smallpox. He had been employed by the Rock Island Hues at Dalha.it before his departure for the foreign country. In Dalhart, Cook owns propertv and is a member in -good stand ing of "the Order of Railway Conduc tors. He is 30 .yeafs of age. A letter has been addressed to presi dent Taft by the O. R- C. of Dalhart ex plaining the situation and asking for assistance in the matter. wEiilMPifiP-'' illiffiHH JAMES A. COOK. IS I I fl We make a special showing tomorrow of all the new things in Suits. Hats, Waists, Wash Dresses and Veilings that have arrived this week. Be sure and come tomorrow, you will enjoy your visit. In addition, we offer for tomorrow and tomorrow night several extra specials. : : : : : MEXICANS FAVORED RETEN-i, TIOX OF AMERICANS MANGLED BOY Z5ZAY LIVE. Jesus Garcia, the lOyearolc Doy nearly ly cut in two by a freignt train hi Juarez, is still living, -2"he physicians hold some hope of his temporary recov ery. The boy will be a -..ripple without doubt- Medicines that aid nature are always most successful. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. - It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold J ay an uruggisis. AMUSEMENTS Spring Shirts E. & W. $2.00 to $3.50 E! Paso Theater Feb. fO-20 NIGHTS AKD SAT. MATINEE The Wild Fire Operatic Sensation $1.50 and $2.00 Eagle $1.25 to $2.00 Monarch SEE OUR WIN DOW DISPLAY Cor. Mesa and Texas 3JMBt4 irtBJr TffllH By Henry Blossom and Victor Herbert Presented by a Including JO. SWOR AS COX KIDDER FRANKER WOODS AS KID CONNOR and the Famous Butch Kiddies Augmented Orchestra and a Chorus of 40 Beauties SEATS NOW SELLttfG SPECIAL SALE ON OUR ' 50 Cents a Pound CHOCOLATE COVERED MOLASSES CHIPS 35 Cents a Pound SATURDAY ONLY ffb&sL Dr. Thatcher Says 3Iexican Employes Feared Their "Wages Would, Be Cut By Railvrayn If Americans Left. That Americans -were ravored by Mex icans in the recent strike situation in Mexico is the gist of a statement made by Dr. Frank Thatcher, city veterin arian, -who has returned from a tour of Mexico, visiting Mexico City, Orizaba and Puebla. The reason for this, he says, is because the Mexicans felt that If the Americans -were taken off, it would be "but a short time before their wages "would be cut. CAREFUL SCRUTINY OF ALL CHARITY PASSENGERS IX TEXAS If plans under consiCeration by the railroads of Texas materialize, a refor mation In the handling of charity pas sengers "will occur. Protecting the railroads against un worthy persons, central agencies, co operating Trith and representing the charity organization of the various cities, will be established and t -will be their business to pass upon all ap plications for charity tickets and to recommend their issuance or nonissu ance to the railroads. o CHANGES IX SOUTHWESTERN SCHEDULE ARE AXXOUXCED The new time card for passenger trains on he El Paso & Southwestern, to become effective Sunday, was an nounced this morning. No. 37. the Californian, will arrive from the east at -6:05 p. m., instead of 6:10 p. m. The Rock Island Golden States limited will arrive from the east at 3:50 p. m., as previously an nounced. No. 2, the Californian from the west, will arrive at 6:40 p. m., instad of 6:30 p. m., as formerly. No other changes have been made. .: o STUDENTS GO THROUGH RAILROAD SHOPS The basketball team of the senior class of the A. & M. of Mesilla park arrived over the Santa Fe this morn ing, and during the Cray made a tour of inspection through the Southwest ern shops. They are scheduled to play basketball with the Y. M. C. A. team tonight. RAILROAD 3LA.X MADE LOS ANGELES POLICE CHIE Alexander Galloway, "Well Known Anions S. P. Railroad Men, Also In El Piwo, Gets the Job. Alexander Galiowaj. veteran railroad superintendent, has been elected chief of police of L.os Angeles. Mr. Galloway is a Republican and a supporter of the Good Govern mem movement In Los Angeles. The mayor said, after the appointment had been made, that the new chief had been highly recommended by many influen tial citizens. Eight years ago last May Mr. Gallo way went to Los Angeles with his fam ily and continued there his work as a railroad man. For five years he was chief inspector of train and station service for the Southern Pacific, with his headquarters there. During that period he was traveling most of the time. At first his inspection tours ex tended from Portland to New Orleans, but later Fresno on the north and El Paso to the east became the limits of his division. Mr. Galloway's last, railroad position was that of genera!!- superintendent of the Ocean Shore, the railroad projected by J. Downey Harvey and his associates to be built down the shore line from San Francisco to Santa Cruz. Saturday Night Specials All Day Saturday Specials FREIGHT DERAILED OX S. P. TIES UP TRAINS Owing to a derailment of a freight west of Yuma on the Los Angeles di vision of the Southern Pacific, trains from the west have been delayed. The Golden State limited passenger is re ported eight hours behind time, and Nbs. 10 and 2, four hours. o SWITCH LIGHTS. The Sunset Limited on the G. H. ar rived in two sections this morning. The pay car of the Santa Fe made its joy trip to El Paso yesterday and the S. P. pay car will start on Its trip west tomorrow morning. The El Paso-Tucson division of the S. P. reports a large number of vacan cies in -the operating force to be filled Immediately. Passenger trains "contin ued today to come in late from the north and northeast on account of the cold weather and snow. ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPIJE. Bud Clark, formerly a fireman of tha G. H., is on duty in the section yards of the T. & P. John Laskins, passenger engineer of the Sandusky division In Ohio of the Big Four, visited the G. H. shops Wed nesday. Engineer Shields, of the G. H., who has been absent from railroad work for some time, has returned to duty. Fred Growder, the young machinist who learned his trade at the G. H. shops, stopped over in El Paso Wed nesday. John Brown, formerly of the G. H. shops. Is expected to arrive from Chi cago, by his friends. J. B. Haller, a switchman on the G. H., left last night for San Antonio on a -two weeks' vacation. He will visit Ft. Worth on his return trip to attend the graduation exercises of his sister. F. B. King, superintendent of the west division of the E. P. & S. W., arrived from Douglas this morning. Cards have been received in the city announcing the marriage of Mary A. Naugle to Robert D. Pringle, Satur day night in Cairo, 111. Miss Naugle is the. daughter of J. A. Naugle, for merly" general manager of the Sonora railway and well known In El Paso. ADS BY PHONE. Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell what you wish to buy, sell or rent and The Herald will do the rest. Lam as If Qvli es 4711 Rose Glycerine Soap, the 25o bars; on sale tomorrow night from 7:30 to 8:30; , 1 O per bar JL j? Colgate's Fancy Toilet,' Soaps, 3 cakes in a box; special OA tomorrow night, a box..fciVrC Colgate's Tcoth Paste, the 25c tubes; tomorrow Pf night IOC Honeycomb Wash Cloths, with tape hanger attached, sell regu larly oc each; on sale to- c ? morrow nisrht 7 for Wv 25c DIMITY 15c Fine, "Wnite Dimities in dainty striped and cross bar patterns. Sell regu larly up to 25c a yard; special tomorrow at 35c VESTS 25c Women's long sleeved, high necked Grauze Cot ton Yests; worth 35c; a Saturday special at 1 15c VESTS lie Women's Gauze Cotton Yests, taped at neck and arm noies; wortn 13e Saturday special at 25' a' CORSET COVERS 25c Women's Knit Corset Covers, light weight, well finished; good val ues ordinarily at 40c each; special tomorrow 11 c 25 c Extra Special Big Waist Value For Saturday Embroidered Linen Collars, all heights, sizes, styles and designs, worth regularly 20e each, are now on sale in the ISTeckwear Section, 12c each - 2 for 25c Waists Worth to $2.25 For $1.19 These are pretty lingerie waists. They are made of nice quality white materials and trimmed in different ways. Some axe hand embroidered. Xo woman ever has enough .waists, and it will pay you to buy just as many of these as you can. Waists that are worth up to S2.25; we give you choice tomorrow tomorrow onlr at $1.19 -Waist Section- , Monday Jf Calisher Dry Goods Co, Cnoorpaied) Monday THE POLICE GHfilE 1 119 tffl J John Weston Watklns wheu arrested. The grand jury adjourned until next Tuesdaj. Messenger Boy Discovers Men Coming From. Store Itfear Station. Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results, that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy will be found more satisfactory than mU J? f CONFECTIONERY COMPANY ' C- S. PICKRELL, Mgr. 206 N. Oregon St Phone 347 Pmeules Delays are dangerous. There is no more com mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature always gives due warning and failure to heed same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Bright's Disease, or some other serious affection of the Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving out the poison due to disordered conditions of the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood and invigorate the entire system. The first dose will convince you that Pineules will do all we claim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY. Pineules are put up in two izes; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar sixe contains BK times as much as the 50 cent size. JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A. Sold by Knoblauch Drug Company, Burglars sot a little too close to po lice headquarters Thursday nlgnt and as a result, six men are In jail charged with burglarizing the store of D. Tev ison, at 120 South Stanton street from which a quantity of goods was secured. The men who are confined in the city jail, charged with burglary, are Carlos Brisena, Saveriano Silva. Thomas Brooks, Luis Belarde, Carlos Carrion and Manuel Lopez. A messenger boy. passing Levison's store at 10 oclock. noticed the men com ing from the store laden with clothing and suit patterns and Instead of rushing to the police station he ran to Broadway and notified the men on that beat. Policeman Valencia and Cooper start ed on a search for the burglars and rounded up three of them, but the others escaped. . Policeman Garner then joined In the search and within a half nour the police had located others in a deserted house at Niuth and Kansas streets, near the ca nal. They surrounded the house, the men were marched out, ordered Into the .pa trol wagon, which had been summoned, and taken to the city jail, wnere they are beln'g held pending the filing of complaints in the district curt. With the arrest of six men Thursday night, detectives express tne opinion that a gang, which has been operating in several places has been cornered. In their house on Kansas street" were found goods from Sawyer's grocery, at 317 "West Overland street, all of which were recovered with the exception of two and a half boxes or cigars. Some clothing and a suitcase stolen from a Sierra Madre engine, were re covered. A sack, marked $100 and oearing the name Central Missouri Trust company, Jefferson City. Mo., was recovered. It Is believed that this was fitted with money when they got It and detectives are en deavoring to locate the owners. FruKtrate Bnrsiary. A cleverly planned attempt to burglar ize the LeRoy apartments on "West Mis souri street was frustrated last night by T. J. Guinane, chler cierK in the Pullman office at the Union station. Mr. Guinane happened to arrive m a por tion of the house where he saw a burly looking ruffian prying around, appar ently on a tour of investigatton. He call ed one of his friends, Herbert Hassard, a registry clerk in the postofflce, and both men ejected the unwe:come in truder. On the sidewalk the wouia-be rob ber" shouted to a group or his pals, "beat it" and they darted cown a dark alley. Nothing was reported missing. Box Cnr Bnrsrnry. "Wednesday night, a box car on west San Antonio street was burglarized and several cases of lard consigned to Lo retz & Kepley were stolen. Reports Theft of Chickens. Jose de la Imt. Rincon -las reported to the detectives, the theft o several valu able chickens from his home at Florence and Seventh streets. XO ORDERS FOR JURY SCRIP WIL.L BE ACCEPTED. JURORS MUST CA1A. IN" PERSON AXD SIGN FOR SAME AT DISTRICT CLERK'S OF FICE. I. ALDERETE, DIS'T CLERK. TOWN" IS FULL OF SHOAV GIRtiS ANTJ BOYS Arrive From San Antonio, Storm the Rooming Ilcnses axxd Tnea Hike for the Mexican Cltj; A day ahead of the schedule, "The Bed Mill" company with all the red mil lers, red mllleresses and uno red mill it self stored away in the baggage car Ini scenic cross sections, arrived this morn ing from San Antonio. Biondes,, Brunettes anc all the fine distinctions between are represented ia the galaxy of "Red Mill" millers, or but terflies, or whatever the cairco contin gent, is called In Hollanc:, wnich is in Europe and not Michigan. Immediately after arriving in El Paso, pronounced El Pazo by xne Dutch kid dies and klddos, the "chorus ladies," im mediately began hunting tor rooms close In with hot and cold water and modern conveniences and inconveniences, rent about $1 per for two days. Tnis import ant matter attended to, the "on-la" girls, and the "ay-boy" boys invested 5 cents in a one way trip to Juarez, pronounced any old way but the only way, by tha visitors. Fully nine out o every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any Internal treatment. All that is needed to afford relief is the free application of Chamberlain's Lini ment. Give it a trial. You are qerain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords. Sold by all druggists THREE MEX INDICTED OX BURGLARY CHARGES Three indictments on burglary charges were returned by the srauc jury this morning against S. R. -Caugnn. Harry Bohn und John Henry "VVatson, the last mentioned having given the name ot CilSITS Model B67 is very popular. TOMORROW Yon Should Go To the Great Closing Out Sale OF ALL Shelf and Builders' HARDWARE There are many things you need which can be bought at a big discount.. You can never hope to duplicate the quality or price after these goods are sold. Gtis ftlomsen & Cob 110 S. QREGOH STREET We are getting quite a reputation on our pure PUTTY. We, as you are aware, have a fine putty mill and always have it freshly made. 5c PER LB. TUTTLE PAINT a GLAS; ww " 7-o, 0-ixiv.o, kjj-iulujjs, Am munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Gall and examine same, or write us. Mail orders o-iven prompt attention. PAYNE 301-303 EL PASO ST.