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Friday, March 4, 1910.
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WHOLESALE V Cures Colds Kondon's breaks np a cold vtL I in a few hours clears the head relieves delicate nasal membranes pleasant to take abso-ra lutely pure and guar anteed. Don t neg lect colds and tret hay fever, asthma, deaf ness, catarrh, etc Get handy sanitary Zoc or 50c tube, or Free Sample at Your r7 uruggisi s Xomes, neaiE, cleanses, cures. A slnsrie application proves. 35,000 dru jrglsts sell Kondon's and recommend it under our positive guarantee. write lor Iree sample now. Kondon Mfg. Co. Minneapolis, Minn. Mexico Morthwestem Bail- way tompany fi Tbc- Xtl& Grande, Sierra Madr Pacific Railroad Co. SEW MANAGEMENT! NEW TIME CARD! NEW STATION! Ih Fnct EraRYTHIXG J.'EWI NOV. 14th, lOB. Effective this date Passenger trains will leave our NEW STA TION, corner Calles COMERIO and FBRROCARRIL CIUDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. X, Arrive XUEVA CAS AS GRAXDES 7 P. M. Returning: LcaTes XTEVA CASAS GRANDES 12:15 P.M. Arrive CIUDAD JUAREZ 6 P. 31. Thus bringing Nueva Casas Grandes and Intermediate points sev eral hours nearer El Paso and vice versa, and allowing patrons oppor tunity to transact veir business and be home next day. HUNTING and FISHING such as found nowhere else on North Ameri can continent. Write for full particulars. H. C. FERRIS. T. R. RYAN, General 3Jcr. Traffic 3Icr. Apartado 46. Chihuahua, Mexico. FOR Fare One-Third ROUND TRIP NATIONAL LUTES OF MEXICO HAVE HADE THIS LOW RATE TO THE WORLD RENOWNED Santa Rosalia Hot Springs TAKE SUPPER IN EL PASO, BREAKFAST AT THE SPRINGS Tickets sold on the certificate plan, good for 30 days returning. Most powerful and searching waters known. Most agreeable climate. Hotel accommoda tions first class in every respect. Rates varying to suit all purses. Tickets on sale at Union Station or City Ticket Office Postal Telegraph Bldg. A. DULOHEEY, City Passenger Agent. lb 35c for 55c Large size pkg- Gold Dust O C for lC 6 large bars Velvet Soap JP for OC 7 bars "White Star Soap 6 for wC VEGETABLES FRUITS 2 lame heads Lettuce for .". Q 1k: Srppf. Pnf.n trips fnr DC 2 lbs. fresh Tomatoes for R The TnrniTK for t)C 3 extra large Grape Fruit e g for " Juicy Oranges, fltf per doz "C Medium size juicy Oranges, ftp per doz DC Extra large Oranges, IA- per doz SrliC RhuW, Q per lb ivV Tangerines, Of- per doz TlnlC COFFEE 3p Blue Ribbon tf -f ff DCper lb., 3 lbs fort? A .UU Barrington Hall Steel Cut, 7f 40c per lb., 2 lbs. for OC AND RETAIL . J Must Hav Ho uily Eroin the Letter Recently Received From Mrs. E. Founder, of Lake Charles, La., Her .Suffering 'Must Have Been Dreadful. Lake Charles, La. "I had no courage or patience left," writes Mrs. E. Four nier of this place, "as a result of my great suffering. "I had backache, headache, heart pal pitation, chills, failing spells, - sck stomach nervousness, dragging sensa tions and thought every month I should die- "No doctor could relieve me and the month before I began to take Cardui, I could hardly walk. I could not wear my corset, and had a pain in my right side. "Since taking Cardui, I have no more pain. I can walk as far as I want and am feeling like a different woman." If you suffer from any of the symp toms described by Mrs. Fournler you are urged to take Cardui, for it should surely do as much for you, as it has done for her. If you are weak and ailing, suffer from lapk of appetite, lack of blood lack of nervous vitality, Cardui is probably just what you need to help you buftd up your physical and nervous j constitution. It builds , strengthens, restores and acts in every way as a Bpecific, tonic remedy, for womanly weakness. See your druggist about it. N. B. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga Terin., for Special Instructions and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper on request. J 3. Sutton Company Bell Phone 680 328 Texas 2t. The Only Exclusive ENGRAVING AND EMBOSSING CONCERN IN THE SOUTHWEST Use Herald Want Ads. THE Raymond and Whit comb Parties Returning From Mexico Other Parties. The special cars Superb, Bulgaria, Topeka, Sardinea and Glenwood, car rying the members of the Raymond & Whitcomb tour of Mexico, arrived in El Paso this morning. The Brentwood, carrying a party of tourists direct from New Orleans, under the direction, how ever, of Raymond & Whitcomb, ar rived this morning over, the S. P- The Superb, Bulgaria and Brentwood were attached to the second section of No. 9 on the S. P- for California. The Topeka and Sardinea go over the Santa Fe to the east. The Glenwood was va cated in El Paso. There were 64 tourists in the several cars upon the arrival in El Paso. The personal representatives of Raymond & Whitcomb, accompanying the tourists,' are Myron P. Browley, William. F. Smith and Frank E. Hammond. The examination by the custom in spectors of the trunks of the tourists who have been in Mexico, disclosed that several boxes of Mexican cigars and a number of pieces of fancy work were concealed. The tourists paid the duty and claimed their possessions. Rock Island train No. 1 of last night carried five extra coaches for the ac commodation of tourists, and No. 37 of today carried three extra coaches. All are bound for California. RAILROADS SHOW POSTAL RECEIPTS Ann "Ri rrlii-n r o-n-vr TTiorlnp'Hn'n XLiOJ.l&llUUlbUliJ Jr ,.. M.v,. J in Amount for Hauling the Mails. The charge made recently by a num ber of national magazines that the ever increasing postal deficit is due to the alleged exorbitant amounts paid the railway companies of the United States for carrying the mails, has resulted in a number of bristling replies in railway journals and railway employes' official publications. In one article, it is stated the rail roads received $49,859,374 in 1909 for carrying the mails; that the operating expenses of the rural free delivery sys tem were $45,586,779, and other expendi tures totaled 135,547,947. The postal revenue amounted to but $203,562,383. It is also stated that beginning with 1905, the railways have received a total in ciease of but $4,387,376, while the ex penditures of (the rural free delivery system have increased from almost $21,000,000 to over $35,500,000. Other expenses have increased from $101,093, 000 in 1905 to $135,547,947. The postal revenue from 1905 has increased from $152,827,000 to $203,562,383 in 1909. On this basis, the railway companies allege they are not receiviug a larger sum than should be due them and a bit ter fight will probably result in the event enough influence can be brought to bear on the postoffice department to cause it to seriously consider reducing tha rate paid the railroads for carrying the mails. WORK IS STARTED ON , MILLION DOLLAR STATION. Oklahoma City to Have Six Story Con crete Structure Erected by Okla lahonia Railroad. Oklahoma City, Okla., March 4 The Selden-Breck company, contractors of St. Louis, has started work on the Ok lahoma Railway company's new million dollar terminal building. The building will be located on Grand avenue, be tween Harvey and Hudson avenues, with a 45 feet front, by 246 feet deep. One important feature of the build ing will be that no wood will be used in the construction, doing away en tirely with the dangers from fire. The building is to be six stories and com pleted by December 1. o BIG BUNCH OF PEOPLE GOING TO SETTLE IN CALIFORNL. Over 300 colonists and nomeseekers with California as their destination, passed through El Paso yesterday on the Southern Pacific The first sec tion of No. 9, carrying about 250 of the number, comprised 12 coaches. There were 11 coaches on the second section. The first section also carried the spe cial car, Rocket, with J. E. Reagan and party. o OPERATOR TAKES NAP WHILE ON DUTY; IS DISCHARGED The demerit and credit circular for February of the Tucson division on the S. P., records the dismissal of a truck man, released on the charge of drink ing, and an operator who was discharged for taking a nap while on duty. o ROCK ISLAND HAS AN OFFICE IN EL PASO NOW. The Rock Island now maintains a freight office in El Paso, it having been established at 516 San Franciscostreet, by R. R. Seeds, a traveling freight agen The necessity for establishing an office in El Paso is stated by M. Seeds to be due to the Rock Island's increasing business In the southwest and west. o DALHART GETS REDUCTION. Dalhart, Tex., March 4. Through the efforts of the Dalhart Commerclalclub the Pullman rates have been reduced from $4.50 to $4.00 between this city and Kansas City. The rate to Chicago remains unchanged. Last year there were over 1100 Pullman tickets sold be tween this city and Kansas City. o MANY COLONISTS TRAVELING. The Sunset limited, No. 9, on the Southern Pacific, will comprise two sec tions again tomorrow, according to a An Appeal to Wives. Cure the Drinking Husband by UIng Orrine Can be Given Secretly. No more terrible affliction can come to any home than the craving for strong drink of husband and father. We appeal to wives, mothers and sis ters to save the riusband and father oi the brother with Orrine, a scientific cure for the drinking habit. Can be given secretly. Orrine is soM under an absolute guarantee that it will cure the drink habit or money will he refunded. Save the happiness and prosperity of th. home with Orrine. $1 per box. Orrln is sold by Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel. II II SI l!11!! i I WiMi-l 1I1 S pair message received from the general offices this morning. The second sec tion' is due to the heavy traffic of colonists bound for California. PAYMASTER TO TUCUMCARI. A. P. Averill, paymaster for the Southwestern, left last night for Tu cumcari on a short trin. The retrular trip for the payment of employes of the I road will be mado on March 14. WATER SCARCE AT BOAVIE. Owing to a shortage of the water supply at Bowie, fredght engineers on the Tucson division of the Southern Pacific have been notified to take water at Simon and W-lllcox. DECLARE POSITIONS VACANT. The positions formerly held by two freight conductors and five freight brakemen on the Southern Pacific, are declared vacant, according to a bulletin issued from tn"e superintendent's office of the Tucson division. o PRIVATE CAR DEADHEADED. The private car, Nacazori, of Dr. James Douglas, of the Southwestern, has been returned to El Paso. Dr. Douglas and manager Simmons are still in the east. ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. William Church Osborn, general coun sel for the Southwestern system, is in El Paso, conferring with local offi cials. D. D. Willis, the Southwestern's claim agent, is In San Antonio on business. Mrs. Nellie Gardner, stenographer for the past three years to general agent McCormack, of the G. H., has resigned, to accept a position with the Mine & Smelter Supply company. Jack Taylor, formerly with the Southern Pacific at Mazatlan, Mex., has accepted the posi tion as stenographer for Mr. McCor mack. Freight and passenger agent Hostet ter, of the K. C, M. & O., left last night for a business trip to Cananea, Mex. Dr. W. Seward Webb, of New York, a director of the Pullman company snd his party, passed througn El l-asohjs morning on the S. P. for California. His equipment included "his private Pun man, Knuckerbocker, and a New York Central car, Elsmere. The special car Independence, carry ing W. K. Sturgis and party, arrived in El Paso this morning- from Mexico, and was pulled out over the Santa Fe for a tour of the Grardl canyon district. W. S. Winter, San Marcial, N. M., in spector of transportation for the Santa Fe, has been in El Paso on business. S. M. Shattuck. of Denver, represent ing the B. & O.; Walter Shipley, of Houston, the Southern railway, and A. W. Turner, Chattanooga, also repre senting the Southern, have been In El Paso this week on business. The Mexico Northwestern, from the south, arrived two hours late in Juarez last night- Globo Mills Graham Flour and Whole Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls. Nuff Sed. Try a sack. At ail grocers. "THE RACES BBDTG GOOD MEN HERE." Police Believe Racetrack Followers Have Com mitted All Burg laries. Geo. German, formerly owner of the race horse, George Guyton, and Grover Pickrell, were fined S25 each n.-fcor, ,,. entered pleas of guilty to the charge of vagrancy in the police court Thursdav. "For -some time past" said detective Stansel this morning, "we have been handicapped in our prosecutions of vag rants because they have invariably claimed that they were employed at the Juarez race track. However, now the races are over they will no longer have thi3 excuse. "We believe that many of the burg lars and thieves in the city came hero with the races dr used the racetrack as an excuse for their being here, claiming that they were employed there. We are going after them and intend to clean the town up." G. A. TACET ARRESTED HERE. On information from the Philadelphia chief of police, G. A. Tacet was arrested hero Thursday. The letter to the El Paso police stated that Tacet was wanted on the charge of wife desertion. He has been racing "Niblick" and "Hay market" at the Juarez track. Globo Mills Graham Flour and Whole Wheait Flour. Fresh from the rolls. 'Nuff Sed. Try a sack. At' all grocers. HA3IMOXD MADE A FIGHT FOR GEX. VILJOEN Minlns Enjriueor and Former "Jnmleson Raider" Opposed Reappointment of Sharpe as Collector. A Washington special to the San An tonio Express says that it now develops that tho nomination of A. L. Sharpe as collector of customs at El Paso was op posed by John Hays Hammond, promi nent in the political world as president of the League of Republican clubs. The dispatch says: Mr. Hammond, it 1s understood, was actively supporting Benjamin Viljoen of New Mexico, between whom there sprang up a fast friendship during the Eoer war in South Africa. Mr. Hammond was one of the Jamie son raiders, and would have been exe cuted by order of Oom Paul but for 'the opposition of the then Gen. Viljoen commander of artillery. In the fight for the collectorship the Boer general also had the support of the Republican organization of New Mexico POULTRY MEETING POSTPONED The meeting of the poultry associa tion which was scheduled for to night has been postponed until March 18. at which time there will be an in teresting program of speeches. ale of Manufacturin Jewelers Samples - Including Many Articles worth up to $L50 MOTHER one of this store's unmatchable offerings! A manufacturing . ieweler sold us his samples consisting of several hundred Brooches, Bar Pins, Cuff Buttons, Dutch Collar Pins, Snake Bracelets, Jet Pins, Shirt Waist Pin Sets and a lot of other novelties at an astonishingly low price. Aa usual we propose to give our customers the full benefit of a grand bargain to offer you these at a seemingly impossible price. After Supper, from Z to 9 O'clock Saturday, Jewelers' Sam- 23 pies, Worth $1.50, Twenty-Three Cents Each 23c (That all may share in this we limit each customer to two articles) AdJ W Toilet Accessories After Supper Sale, 7 to 9 O'clock, Saturday Hind's Honey and A'lmond Cream. Qf Regular 50c bottle (limit one) each OttC Colgate's Dental Cream. Regular 25c "I C r tube (limit one) 1QC Mennen's Talcum Powder, genuine, 25c gf box (limit one) a box JLOC Spanish Pure Castile Soap, 10c cakes A (limit three) each "C Manufacturers Samples of Women's Hosiery Nearly two thousand pairs of women's hose, in black, white and all new colors, in the plain, lace and embroidered effects, will be one of the big attractions of this After Supper Sale. Values up to 50c will be offered from 7 to 9 o clock Saturday night for JLjC (Each customer limited Shoe Sa1e in the Basement i Main Cause Of From The " JHY so many accidents on our railroads?" The an swer to this question Is given by master mechanic F. P. Roesch, of the El Paso & Southwestern railroad. In one word "chancetakers." And he says emphatically that the chance taker must go; having eliminated him, wa shall also have done away with our accidents. The fundamental cause of railway wrecks, Mr. Roesch told the railway surgeons at their recent an nual meeting, is tho human element. He gives an "honor list" of roads which did not kill a single passenger during ths last fiscal year, but omits to men tion the Lackawanna, which has not killed one in 10 3'cars. We read as follow:! in Railway and Locomotive En gineering (New York, February): "Mr. Roesch said that m former years it was not uncommon to hear the state ment that in proportion to the number of men engaged there were more fa talities on American railways than In any one battle in the civil war. At the present time railroads afford great er safety to the passengers carried by them than by any other means of trans portation. "In support 'of ithis, Mr. Roesch point ed out that the Pennsylvania, the Bur lington, the Santa Fe, and the Chicago & Northwestern ran their passenger trains for the year ending June 30, 1909, without a single fatality to passengers. In 190S. tho New York city street cars killed 4.44 persons and injured 36,060. With regard to steam railroads very few accidents can bo set down to de fective equipment. Railroads are still striving to improve conditions further by constantly adopting, at enormous outlay and expense, any new equipment or appliances which have stood tho test and are proved to be efficient safety devices. "When one comes down to the only phase of railroad operation that so far has been beyond absolute control, the element of human fallibility stands out as the primary cause of accidents in 99 cases out of every 100. The whole matter, therefore, in Mr. Roesch's opin ion, resolves itself 'Into a campaign of education. Every one connected with railroad work must be taught that he is a valuable cog An the railway ma chine, and that any failure on his part may jeopardize the lives of hundreds. "Mr. Roesch is emphatic in what he says of how to deal with the man who is habitually careless. On this subject Mr. Roesch says: "The chance taker, regardless of position, must be weeded out, and if he cannot be brought to a realization of his respon sibility in any other manner, then statu tory laws should be enacted and en forced, treating the proved chance taker through whose carelessness, in difference, or neglect others have been subject to injury, as a convicted crim Have you a weak tnroat? If so. you cannot be too careful. You cannot be gin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another and the last is always the harder to cure. If you will take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at the outset you will be saved much trouble. Sold by all druggists. Dollar Corsets Special lot of new model Corsets, the long hip styles, in a regular dollar quality; After Supper F7Q special, 7 to 9 oclock C Samples of Men's Sox Men's fine lisle thread and cotton half hose in plain and fancy styles, all the new spring colors. Styles worth 50c and. more, offered from 7 to 9 OQ o'clock Saturday night, a. pair tjfr (Only three pairs to each customer) I5c Women's Summer Vests Cotton ribbed vests, low neck and sleeveless, full taped around neck lar 15c values, from 7 to 9 oclock, ( each customer limited to three) each Until Noon Saturday Boys' Spring Suits . at Less Shop early and save 10 per cent on Boys' Suits. The celebrated Ivan Frank suits in light and medium colors and dark blue serge3 t'he new spring styles some with two pairs of knickerbockers will be sold to Saturday morning customers at a Discount of 10 Ask for booklet of prizes offered to boys wearing Ivan Frank suits. to three pairs) it i VrTmft 1-dw & at MtArJk Railway Accidents Literary Digest. inal, as much so as one who commits a felonious assault. " "When men can be taught to realize that indifference to the safety of others may in the course of events some time place-his own life or that of a member of his family in danger, a longer step will have been taken toward Increased safety than all the mechanical appli ances that can possibly be adopted.' " SMEN INJURED IN OVERTURNED RIG Globe People Sustain Cuts and Bruises in Accident in a Ditch. Globe, Ariz., March 4. While com ing In from .Miami last night a party of seven Globe men occupying a two seated rig went into the ditch about four miles north of town and all of them were moro or less injured. While making a turn, the driver lost control of the four horses attached to the vehicle and it went over an embank- a cer gives you Burnett Vanilla voluntaruy, rest assured he is a high class grocer who is look ing out for j'our interest. Burnett's Va nilla is as superior to ordinary vanilla as rich cream is superior to skimmed milk. Remember to ask for it and see for yourself. Burnett's Vanilla 223 DRINK MiLK DRINK EL PASO PURE-MiLK There is more food value in one quart of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in one pound of the choicest porterhouse steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk. It comes from inspected, contented cows, and is treated by the most scientific methods. Delivered to you in sterilized air-tight bottles. El Paso Dairy Co., Phones: Bell 340; Aut 1158. Office 313 N. Oregon. and axons, and in full sizes. Regu 8c ShoeSaTe in the Basement J meat, throwing out all of the occu pants, several of whom were painfully injured. Those -who were hurt the worst were Doc. Curryi who sustained a bad scalp wound and an injured eye; Emmett Gaynor, suffering- from a sprained ankle and lacerated knee and I. S. Claiic, badly cut about the knee. Others in the party escaped with minor bruises. Col. Bill Eidson, the duke of Ala mogordo, is expected to arrive on the pay-as-you-enter limited this evening" from Chicago, III. Directory Herald Building BASEXENT, Palace Cafe, H. B. Thompson, Prop. FIRST FLOOX. El Faso Herald Offices. A. H. Richards. Jeweler. International Book Co. Wm. Moeller, Real Estate. Lobby Cigar Stand. SECOND FLOOR H. L. Howell. ReaL Estxte. agent Herald Bldff. Y. W. C. A. Lunch, and Beet Rooms. John Brunner. Tailor. J. F. Milner, C. E. E. 5L, repre senting the White Sands Co. Miss Pauline Hilpert, Dre making Parlors. THftiD FLOOR. R. L. Nichols. Attorney at Law. Colorado National Life Assur ance Co., E. McMillan, Gen. Agent. Southwestern Iortland Cement Co. The Public Stenographers Co Irs. Jessie B. M. Howe and Ml as Ruth Will'ams. Proprietors. The Wm. Jennings C Inyl neers and Machinery merchants. First Church of Christ. Scien tist. Read-ng Rooms. Mrs. A. P. Thompson. Mrs. Wia. Noble, China Decorations. Drs! Satterlee & "Satterlee. Os teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee and Dr. xsettie S-tterlee. Carter & Robertson. MI1L Mine and Smelter Supplies. The Standard Home Company. E. L. Joseph, District Manager. Mrs. J. B. Cass and 3ilss Garra, Dressmaking. ne Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co. J. E. Robertson, Mngr. Royal Jackman, Upper Valley investments. A. Courchesne. Lee & TVoodyard, contracting engineers. El Paso Printing Co., Herald umiuiujr, racing G. H. & S. A. tracks and Main street. : 17c PER D1Y BUYS THE BEST TYPEWRITEk ELLIS BROS, PR1MTERY