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Fridav. February 18, 1910.
ews- OUR SPECIALS SATURDAY ARDOiN'S Brevities EL 'PASO HEBAL 1 N MDOiH'S' EEGABDLESS OF THE BOYCOTTING- OF MEATS we will continue to give to tne people of El Paso the benefit of low prices on Saturday. From the thous and of people who visit our market every Saturday we know the people realize a' great saving. " BUTTER Sunny Side OJ "Special" only " DOC illN CE MEAT tomorrow only, 3 for d PICKLE ONIONS, to- - morrow only per pi Regular price 25c. c c MEATS Regular Rolled Roasts, -f Or tomorrow A fc C Prrme Kan Roast, railed, - only J. Oorned Reef. only MUC Pan Sausage, regular 15c, fr tomorrow IUC Columbia River Salt Salmon; regular price 40c; . g tomorrow A. JL O C Turkeys. Spring Chickens and Hens, the choicest ' stock ever. Young Lamb, Alfalfa Fed Mutton. Ardoin's famous Home Cured and Smoked Hams and Bacon. Fresh Water Fish Tfois market will place on sale the largest fresh shipment of green vegetables and fruits ever displayed by any market in El Paso- During the last few days our sales in this department alone -have been so great that we have been obliged, to employ extra clerks in unis department alone. EVERY SIGK LADY IN U. S. Says Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Arkansas. Should Take Oardui, The Woman's Tonic. Mountainburg, Ark. "After my doc tor had'done all he could for me," says Mrs. Wm. Hilldard of this place, "Car dui helped me so rau'b. "I Had suffered from female com plaint for six (G) years, but a friend told my husband about your medicine, Cardui, so I begun to take it. "It is a pleasure to me, to write ;ln praise of this wonderful woman's tonic for it saved my life, brought me relief, and I am now in good health." A tonic taken in "time, would save many a person's ilife if a woman, a woman's tonic, Cardui because it helps the system to ward off the at tacks of disease It stands., to Teason that it Is harder for any disease to get hold on a strong, well person, than on a weak, delicate one. Some folks look as though you could knock them down with a feather and diease Is a good deal more dangerous than a feather. -So, ..remember please, that what you saotild do, if you are jiot up to the nor mal standard of womanly health, is: Take Cardui, the woman's tonic ' Consult your druggist,'" He will tell you. Dole today.' X. B. Write to Ladies' -Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions, and '64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper, on request. URGES COBFTIfcOL BY UNITED STATES (Continued from PageOne.) governors can only confer and recom mend," he said. The need and purpose of federal con trol of corporations, the secretary stat ed, he believed to be "simply "to place a private business company in Its com mercial activity precisely where the constitution undertook to put the citi zens of the United States. The pur pose is to organize companies that may engage in Interstate commerce under regulations fixed by the federal gov ernment nad free from tne unnatural and uneconomical embarrassments which so far any state- has been at liberty to interpose." international Commerce. Another phase of the "question dis cussed by the secretary was the inter national commerce of the country. Up to the present time, he said, the country had rested on the belief that development of domestic commerce was sufficient Other countries felt the need of International commercial devel opment long ago and the United States, he urged, must do all that was neces sary to meet what its competitors were doing in that line. ""We are now engaged in establish dug relations with foreign countrler," continued the speaker "looking for the opportunities of our commerce in their midst. We are shaping our treaties to secure open doors and equal rights with other countries. In what form shall this commercial enterprise make Its appearance in other countries If not in the form of the accepted cor porate organization? "Does it stand to reason that we can successfully depend upon a cor poration large enough to engage in foreign commerce, and at the same time too large to be admitted by most of the states composing our own union? Will It be seriously con-tended that we will be blind enough to engage in for eign business under federal protec tion, and at the same' time permit individual states of the union to cut the pins from under this same com mercial organization at home? "We cannot hope to succeed with such an Inconsistent and ruinous a system. State Legislation. "Apart from all the embarrassments which, antagonistic and conflicting state legislation has so far created it appears to me that contemplation of the future of our foreign commerce in Itself asbolutely settles the need for an intelligent, bold and comprehensive scheme for the organization of com mercial enterprise under the same authority under whose charge that en terprise is to go forward." The secretary agreed that confusion no doubt would result In the states with the adoption of a federal corpora tion law and that serious question of taxation, but he urged that it should at all times be re membered that the creation of a federal corporation was within the control of the people of the United States. Xo hard and fast rule he said existed as to the manner in which taxes to be paid by such an organiza tion shall be apportioned, but he an ticipated no insurmountable difficulty to be presented in this matter with respect to the individual corporation, and he saw no reason why the federal corporation law should not provide for the assessment of tangible property, and fOr the taxation of shares in such manner, "that exact justice and protec tion will be aforded individual states and localities." y Thinks Xone Will Escape. As to apprehension th.at a federal corporation statute would permit large concerns to escape some of 'the laws inhibitions provided against them, the secretary had no fear. "If the mere amount of capital," he said, "is in Itself to be recognized as an objection, then there Js no reason why the federal law should not fix such a limit as may be found reason able and safe. But it is believed that the real objection to large corpora tions in our country goes to the mon opolistic character of the concerns. In that respect a federal corporation law would prove, in my judgment, infin itely more effective than have the spasmodic, inharmonious" -attempts of individual states." GrLAVIS UNDER HOT ORO.SS-EXAMINATION Declares He Does "ot Be lieve Ballinger Is Square With Government. Washington, D. C, Feb. IS. Contin uing his cross-examination of Louis R. Glavis at the Ballinger-Pinchot in quiry today, counsel for secretary Bal linger drew from the witness the fact that up to the time Mr. Ballinger went out of office as land commissioner in . March, 190S, therp had been no evi dence of fraud iri the -Alaska coal cases presented to the department. The Cunningham "Journal," which contained evidence of an alleged agree ment had not been found at that time. However, the witness declared Mr. Bal linger, in Ms opinion, had not acted as a man would if tfie property had been his own instead of the government's. As to Mr! Ballinger's participation in the Wilson Coal company case, Mr. Glavis admitted that he had no first hand knowledge and had testified merely from hearsay. Mr. Vertress questioned the witness more closely than ever today, announcing that he was endeavoring to discover the mo tive of the witness as to whether it was innocent or malicious. Attorney Brandels rather heatedly 1 replied that Glavis had no other mo tive than to tell the truth. REYES'S VALENTINE IS FIXAL ADIOS TO JTUEVO LEOX Monterey, Feb. 18. The resignation of Gen. Reyes as constitutional gover nor of the state of Nuevo Leon has been received by the standing committee of the local legislature. This resignation was sent by Reyes from Pans. Congress will be convenes to appoint a governor for the unexpired period of the gubernatorial term. It is taken for granted that Gen. Mier will be the appofhiee, as during the short period in which ne has oc cupied the position of governor he has given proofs of capacity and tact. KERMIT ROOSEVELT DIVES FOR A BODY Risks Life in Crocodile In fested River to Rescue Dead Native. Gondokoro. Upper Nile, Africa, Feb. 1"8. Col. Roosevelt, Kermit Roosevelt and Edmund Heller, zoologist, left on the steamer today for a final week's shooting along the river banks. The party leave 'here about Feb. 26 and from then on Col. Roosevelt will de vote himself to the preparation of lec tures he is to deliver upon his arrival In Europe. Kermlt Roosevelt and Mr. Loring distinguished themselves "today. A na tive fell Into the river near the steam er and was drowne'd. Kermlt and Mr. Loring learned of the accident, and both repeatedly" dove into the crocodile infested river in an effort to recover the body, but without success. FIRE FOLLOWS ROBBERY OF A STORE AT TYLER Tyler, Tex., Feb. 18. Fire of an in cendiary origin destroyed the store of S- A. Brewster early this morning, pre- j ceding which the safe was broken open and g several hundred dollars stolen. The authorities have ntf clue. : : : - : : ALBUQUERQUE POST MASTER REAPPOINTED Washington, X. C, Feb. 18. The president today nominated Robert W. Hopkins to be post master at Aibuquerque. It Is a reappointment. ALAMOGORBO HAS COLDEST WEATHER OF WINTER Alamogordo. X. M. Feb. IS. The cold est weather during the .whole winter was experienced here when the ther mometer went down to 3 degrees above zero. Many hydrants were bursted. HOTEL COMMITTEE MEETS. The committee of nine, appointed by the directors of the chamber of com merce to consider and report on the proposed construction of a modern hotel in El Paso this morning at the chamber to organize and discuss the working plans othe committee. A re port will be made later to the directors outlining the results of the committee's investigations. Train Bulletin. The Texas and Pacific, due to arrive at 11:10 a. m., is five hours late; the Golden State limited from the west, due at 1:05 p. in., Is nine hours late; the Sun set limited from the west, due at. 6:00 p. m., is six hours late; iiie Californian from the west, due at C:10 p. m., four hours and 20 minutes late. The Golden State limited, from the east, aue at 5:40 p. m., is running in two sections. The first section Is on time, ana tne second section is 15 minutes late. All other afternoon and evening trains are report ed on time. All Mall Weighed. Commencing yesterday all mail ban died by the railroads in the United States is being, weighed. On the amount of mail weighed during the period of mall weighing the govern ment bases its contracts with the railroads. ' Cake sale by First Baptist church women at Boulevard grocery and Na tion's' market, Saturday, February 19. Woodmen of the World are requested to attend a social given by the Wood men Circle at the K. P. hall Saturday night, February 19. Drs. Tilagrnder nad Mupes, dentists. es, 3 We don't work for negroe Tramps Ordered off Const. New Orleans, La., Feb. IS. Advices received here today stare that all Amer ican tramps have been ordered to leave the east coast of Nicaragua, because of frequent brawls. Genuine SpaulHb. Dinner and all Mexi can dishes. Queen Restaurant, 403 S. El Paso street. Dr. Starker, 31S-31y Caples" Bldg. Practice limited to diseases of. the eye, ear, nose and throat. Probe Grain Marker. Washington, D. C, Feb. IS. The. grain markets came in for an Tnvestigation last night by the house committee on agriculture in the proceedings on the question of proposed legislation to abol ish speculative operations In New York. ! The nicest line of Lenten delicacies the city at Jackson's. ' in Hear Miss Fan Foster Bowman, the violinist, at the Christian churcn mu sical tonight. Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming. Withdraw More Land. Washington. D. C. Feb. IS. Secretary Jallinger, of the interior department, ias temporarily withdrawn from coal intry, 2,068,492 acres of public land. Dr. Cameron, Dentist, ror reliable den. tistry, reasonable prices. Office over Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed. Peanut Bar 15 Cent. Saturday only, we will sell our de licious 25 cents a pound Peanut Bar, our own make, at 15 cents a pound. Potter Drug Co. Sneclnl, ladies" purses, snopplng bags. El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza. No. 66 Quite in keeping with the magnificent bargains of the "Vital Question" Sale will be our offerings for Saturday night. And Hot only in this one After Supper Sale, but in every one of them you'll find helps in the solu tion of the question of how to "make both ends meet." It may be only a few pennies here and a few there, but they quickly amount to dollars saved "Air-float" Talcum 9c ''Air-float" Talcum Powder, absolutely pure, 'highlv perfumed; 20c value; After Supper spe- S":.1.?.: 9c Box Men's Neckwear 29c New Spring Four-in-Hand Ties in a splendid va riety of colors in fancy silks. We offer tihe regular 50e qualities as an After Supper special 'limit 3 29c Eack Colgate's Toilet Soaps 6c Almond Cream. Oatmeal and Buttermilk Soap, worth regularly 15c a cake; After Supper special, limit 3 rakes, jE jL. JLVw&Jt nt Tooth Brushes 9c Good quality, soft bristle Tooth Brushes, as sorted sizes', regular 20c and 25c value; After Supper special, limit two. at 9c Each Remember the Melvin Meat Co. Dresses all its poultry to order. Umpire Theater. The management has installed a "Victrola" upon which will be heard during intermission the wonderful quar tet from BJgolette. sung by Caruso, Sembrich. Severina and Scotti. Vic trola selections" changed nightly. Not a bad egg if you order Sun flower eggs. Jackson's, phone 353. For Sale Four double sets and one single set of officers' quarters with out buildings, at Ft. Bayard. X. ?J. Sealed bids for these buildings will be received until 2 p. m., March 15, 1910, and then opened. Information furnished on ap plication. Successful bidder must re move buildings from the 'reservation within 30 days from acceptance of bid if required. Envelopes will be marked "Proposal to Purchase old Officers Quarters" and addressed to Capt. S. P. Vestal, TJ. S. A., constructing quarter master, Ft. Bayard, N. M. Dollar Handbags 58c Seal skin finished leather Handbag! shapes toid sizes with the ished trimmings. Regular Supper special limit one in the new oxidized or gold fin $1.00 values. After Linen Lawn Handkerchiefs 7c Women's linen lawn Handkerchiefs, embroide red and hemstitched, 15c value; After Supper aT": 7c Each White Skirts 79c White Muslin Skirts, with deep embroidered flounce, very wide and full. A $1.25 value; Sat urday night special 79c Chiidren's Muslin DfaWCrS 9c Grood quality muslin, hemmed and tucked; all sizes; a very special value Saturday night, special a pair JQ r The Vital Question r m : Tomorrow will be the final day, of this great imderpriee event. If, from day to day you have put of): coming, make extra effort to be here tomor row. The unexcelled bargains that await you vill amply repay you the savings will prove worth while. Every section is offering good things to help in reducing the "high cost of living." J of the mob were Ing. injurec in tne shoot- Amend Commerce Acr. "Washington, D. C. Feb. IS. "With a number of important amendments the administration railroad Dill amending the interstate commerce act nas been reintroduced by representative Town- send- f Miss Warren, the pianist, will use a Concert Grand at the Christian church tonight. x Good for Hot Cake. For hot cakes or biscuits there is nothing that makes them taste as good as Sedgwick creamery butter. JnckBon'.i Sanitary Grocery Phone 353. Attempt to IyncT ZVegro. Cairo, III., Feb. 18. Because he was charged with being a purse s,natchcr, an attempt was made here, last night. to lynch a negro. It resulted in a pitched battle between a mob and five deputy sheriffs who were guarding the jail. It is estimated that at least a half dozen Ask Your Neighbors So many people scattered all over the American Continent have been cured by Dr. PierceV Family Medicines that there's scarcely a hamlet where some of these grateful people are not to be easily found ever ready to saya good word for the medicines which cured them and which very likely may cure you, if similarly afflicted. Look them up. They are walking ad vertisements for' Dr. Pierce's medicines ever ready to pass the good news along that these' medicines cure when many others fail. Little advertised NOW, because their record of 40 years of cures makes great displays of their merits unnecessary. The great American people pretty generally know of their unequaled record. -l As a Stomach and Liver invieorator. and Blood cleanser "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY" THE REMEDY KEEBEO. Don't think that because this is the prettiest and neatest grocery store In El Poso that goods are higher, just the contrary, we sell for a little less ana guarantee everything we sell, so there Is no waste. Jackson's, phone 353 Drs. Jttagrnucr and 31apes, References: aAsk anyone. dentists. We still have some of that sugar cured corn beef. , Meliln Meat Co., 206 X. Stanton. Club House Osaucd Fruit. Club House canned fruit is all se lected .table fruit in extra heavy syrup. Try a can, you will then want a dozen cans. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. the banker to reply at the point of a senger train struck a carnage nere kill- revolver. The real estate man was ar rested. He claims Seelig owes him money. Lest vre forget let's keep our money at home a.nd still get the be3t- Globe Flour. Dainty Cooks Appreciate good things for the table. That is why Chase & Sanborn's Seal vBrand coffee is -so universally usedj for they know it is always good. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Ing one of Its occupants, Henry Boots, a coachman, and badly injuring 3Irs. Jessie Farnum and daughter, GladFs. of, Brockton, X. Y., and Mrs. Si B. Lang worthy, of this city. Lest wc forget let's keep our money at home and still get the best. Globe Flour. Peanut Bar 15 Cents. Saturday only, we will sell our de licious 25 cents a pound Peanut Bar, our own make, at 15 cents a pound. Potter Drug Co. "Why kick on tough meats HRD "Why Kick on Tough Meats? TVhen you can get tender and juicy cornfed meats at Melt in Meat Co. 206 X. Stanton. - ? b" Fop Woman's Peculiar Weaknesses and 0J7. PIERE'S FHVORITB PRESCRIPTION Stm Stands at the Head of the Line. Get the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M. D., the People's Schoolmaster in Medicine revised and up-to-date book of 1000 pageswhich treats of diseased conditions and the practical and successful treatment thereof. Cloth-bound sent post-paid -on receipt of 31 cents in one cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only, in strong paper covers for 21 stamps. Address WORLD'S DIS PENSARY Medical Association, R. V. Pierce. M. D.. President. Buffalo, N. Y.; Powder Explodes; n ve Killed. Oakland, Cal., Feb. IS. Five lives were lost and damage done to the extent of $50,000, today, in an explosion In the plant of the Trojan Powder works. Four other employes were seriously Injured and a dozen more burned or bruised, in cluding superintendent Martin. Fire fol lowed the explosion and nearly half of the 25 buildings were destroyed. For Sale Three frame ward . build ings at Ft. Bayard, N. ix. Sealed bids for these buildings will be received un til 2 p. m., March 15. 1910, and then zopened. Information furnished on ap plication. Successful bidder must re move buildings from the reservation within 30 days from acceptance of bid If required. Envelopes will be marked "Proposal to Purchase Ward Buildings." and addressed to Henry H. Robert, 1st Lieut. Corps of Engineers, Quartermas ter, Ft. Bayard, N. M. Fine program with piano, violin and voice at the Christian church tonight. C. L. BIIItegtoB. 70S Magoffin. Tel. 1489 painting, paperhanging. decorating. Battle Is Reported. rrr,m 'VJr'ji mETua. Feb. 18. It reported here that Gen. Vasquez com manding 300 government troops has f-iohPrt with Gen. Mena at the head or 1200 insurgents near Acoyapa forcements are on the way ito Vasquez. is Rein- Flanau Haddic. There's a big demand for this tooth some Xorthern Sea delicacy at our very reasonable price. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone' 353. Dr. "IVillLs R. Smith, skin, urinary and rectal .diseases, rooms 201, 202, 203 Caples Bldg. genito-Offce Challenrres Banker to Duel. St. Louis. Mo., Feb. IS Martin L, Dawson, a real estate dealer, challenged Simon Seelig. president of the Savings Trust company, to fight a auei, forcing R. B. 31a I"nel Co. Wood, coal. feeu.. cement, plaster, lime.' building paper. 1014 Missouri street. Phones: Bell 849; Auco. 1849. Drs. Masrnder aatl 51 apes, eentlsts. Carriage Run Down: One Killed. Leavenworth. Kan., Ie. iS. A pas- SOX OF GE.V.SAM HOUSTON' PATS A VISIT TO CITY ""Wm. R. Houston, third son of Gen. Sam Houston, accompanied by kis 'nephew, Hanz Howard Houston, was n the city en route for Arizona. While here .they were entertained by E. K. .Talbot, of this city. Desirous of Curing the Drink ' Habit. We are honestly desirous of curing all who are addicted to drink, and if you are interested in an$ one needing Or rine we invite you to write us. Our cor respondence is confidential and our re plies are sent in plain sealed envelopes. Orrine Xo. l, ls the secret treatment and Xo. 2, for those who wish the voluntary treatment. $1 per box. 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