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NEW YORK
VIA
NEW ORLEANS
Superior Service All the Way'
SUNSET BOUTE
TO
HEW ORLEANS
PALATIAL .
Southern Pacific
Steamships -
TO
NEW YORK
4. Delightful Trip the Year Bound
Send for copy of thanddome book,
free
"A Hundred Golden Hours at Sea"
Gall on Ioeal Ticket Agent.
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Jbl Paso,
EXAMINE
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we are the only Dentists
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EMAGRUDER &gtf APES
WE DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
References Ask Anyone. Our 9th Year in El Paso
PLAZA BLOCK
ILLS MEI M LOWER VALLEY
3
. Activity in valley lands resulted In
the t transfer of one of the larg-est
ranches In the lower valley Tuesday.
B. W. Farwell apd C- A. Keys, of Lin
coln, 111., have purchased 40Q acres of
land below Tornillo, Tex., from Ander
son, JLoretz and Grant, of El Paso. The
price was $10,S00 and the sale was made
by "W. D. L.ansden, of the Peterman
Landsdeh Realty company of Yslera.
SHELDON SITE IS
HELD FOR 8350,000
A price of 350,000 has been fixed by
the Sheldon company, the holding com
pany which owns the site and build
ing occupied by the Sheldon hotel. This
is the price which the owners asked
'for the building and site when ap
proached by the special hotel committee
W are now ready for business in
our new home. Our store is crammed
full of bran new pianos of all the dif
ferent grades, ranging in prices from
$150 and upwards. Terms from $5 a
month and upwards. If you are in
the market for a piano, or an inner
player piano, me in and look
through our large stock- Our prices
are right. Our terms are right, and
we guarantee to treat you right.
Ocme in today and select your piano.
Pianos for rent $4 and 5 a month.
s Piano
Company
The Big Piano House.
If. Stanton St., cor. Texas & Stanton
Texas.
J
OUR WORK
You Will Find It Perfect
During March We Will Make a
Specialty of
I Cast Alimifum
They are the lightest yet.
FIT BETTER FEEL BETTER
WEAR BETTER
Come (tin and let us explain them
to you.
in EI Paso that make a specialty of
Advance
Information
We are able today to announce
definitely that our annual spring
c fashion" Show" will begin
next Monday, March 14th. In
the past, we have confined this
event to a single evening. This
spring ,W6 make a departure a
Fashion Show will be held for
one week, March 14-19.
The Fashion Show
This spring we will eclipse all
our former successes. Every
imaginable kind of garment from
all the famous European and
American designers will be
shown. El Paso people have got
accustomed to looking forward
to our spring and fall Fashion
Shows. The one scheduled for
next week should be looked for
ward to with more than the
usual interest, as it holds more
in store than any event that
ever occurred here or elsewhere
in El Paso.
Window Displays
WillBeVonderfal
The purchasers of the, tract are plan
ning' to improve it with a largo ranch
house and will put the entire 400 acres
under cultivation this year for growing
alfalfa. Fruit trees will be planted
and other improvements will be made
to the property, which will be one of
the most complete alfalfa ranches in
the El Paso valley.
of the chamber of commerce, which has
been preparing a report on the proposed
sites for the new hotel.
PERMIT FOR A XEW
RESIDENCE OX BOULEVARD.
Franklin Heights, one of the older
residence districts of the city, is keep
ing up with the procession of building
operations. Thomas Mayflfld has been
granted a permit to erect a brick
residence on lots 6 and 7, in block 41,
of Franklin Heights addition, facing on
Boulevard.
LAYIXG SIDEWALK.
A cement sidewalk is being laid on
the west side of Durango street along
the building occupied by the Interna
tional Electric Supply company.
CALIFORNIA STREET SALE.
J. I. Hamilton has sold his residence
on -California street to I. B. Alvis for
$3100. The sale was made through the
Hawkins Bros.' agency.
Long Trouh
Coughs, Colds, Consumption
and All Diseases of the
x Throat anl! Lungs Can Be
N Prevented and Cured.
3fr. Walter Clark was restored to
health and strength after bemr unable
to wxrk for two months. Read -what he
saj-s: "After having been afflicted witih
a serious case of lung trouble and used
many remedies without result in fact
I was unaIe to do anv -work whatever
for tvro months Duffy's Pure 2lalt
Whiskey Tvas recommended and I com
menced taking the same. I desire to
state that I am entirely cured, havino--been
pronounced so by mv physician J
consider this the greatest medicine of
the present age, This testimonial is
conscientiously given and without any
lluofSw?V:"atSOeVer"-W!',terC,a
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
has to its credit
fifty years of pub
lic service. It 13
the result of years
of careful work
and is an absolute
ly pure distillation
of carefully malted
men, delicate women and sickly children
win una an iuwy s irure jxait tvnisKey
(the health and strength-giving parts
that are so necessary to them. You
should have it in your home. It is a
wonderful remedy in the prevention and
cure of consumption, pneumonia, gripne,
bronchitis, coughs, colds, asthma, ma
laria, low fever, stomach troubles and
all "wasting and weakening conditions,
if taken as directed.
All druggists, grocers and dealers, or
direct, $1.00 a large 'bottle. Refuse sub
stitutes and imitations: ihey are impure
and dangerous. Send for medical book
let rind rlvivr"i nlvipp linfli conf nn
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Roches-j
II START HOI
FOB eiflLSSUNDAY
Ground Will Be Broken and
Services Held Iminedi-
ately'After.
Sunday afternoon the Y. TV. C. A. will
hold a ground breaking meeting fol
lowed by the formal breaking of ground
for the new boarding homo at the Mis
souri street site of the new association
boarding home. Miss Helen F. Barnes,
one of the national secretaries of the
T. W. C. A., will be here from New York
and will remove the first shovel full of
earth from the Missouri street lots,
where the boarding home is to be lo
cated. Miss Barnes will address a mass
meeting of women at one of the
churches Sunday afternoon preceding
the ground-breaking ceremony at the
building site. Saturday evening Miss
Barnes will be the guest of the El Paso
association at a banquet to be given in
her honor.
"Work will start next week on the
construction of the new boarding home.
The revised plana for the hoarding
home have been completed by the
architects, showing an additional floor
on the building. A number of other
changes have been been made In the
arrangement of the home, sewing rooms
and kitchenette having been added to
the plan for the third floor dormitory.
TWO WAREHOUSES
ARE BEING BUILT
West Texas Fuel Company
Constructing Buildings
in City.
"Warehouses for the Vest Texas Fuel
company are being built in the Cot
ton addition. A grain house and a hay
house are being built by the ,Fuel
company east of Magoffin avenue in
the East El Paso addition. The hay
house is 50 by 40 feet, of brick con
struction with a concrete floor and
metal roof. The grain house will be
of corrugated iron with stone founda
tion and concrete floor. The buildings
will cost $3000 and the frame and
brick work is being put up this week.
BuiltUns: Permits.
To A. Livingston, to build brick resi
dence, 26x32x16 feet, on lots 12 and 13,
block 17, Highland Park addition; esti
mated cost $1200.
To Geo. Ferguson, 4o build a porch
on residence on lots 7 and S, block 69,
Franklin Heights addition; estimated
cost $50.
To Victor Blot, jr., to build a brick'
bread oven, 14x14x10 feet, on lots 18,
IS and 20, block 43, Campbell addition;
estimated cost $150.
To J. H. Bowman, to change front
in store, block 13, Mills map, at 207
San Antonio street: estimated cost $170.
To Vicente Alvarado. to build a stone
and adobe residence, 16x31x14 feet, on
lot 33, block 32, Bassett addition; esti
mated cost $100.
To C. S. Hill, to build one story brick
drug store, 15x19x45 feet, on lot 10,
block 103. Campbell addition; estimated
cost $1100.
To Tj. Li. Mundy. to build a brick wash
house, 9 feet 6 inches by 13 feet 6 inch
es by 9 feet, on part of lots 7 and 8,
block 1, Satterthwaite addition; esti
mated cost $300.
Deeds Filed.
San Ellzario, Texas C. H. McLena
then and wife to H. D. Camp, surveys
117 and 122, San Elizario grant; con
sideration $4000. Feb. 11, 1910.
Sierra Blanca, Texas Jno. N. Gil
crease and wife to S. G. Gould, lot 20,
block 32, Sierra Blanca, Texas; consid
eration $55. Feb. 25, 1910.
Tobin's addition James H. Knight
and wife to Mrs. Aletha E. McLane, lot
15 and south half lot 16, block 2, To
bin's second addition; consideration
$450. March 2, 1910.
Births.
To Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Varela,
Sixth street, boy, Mexican. Feb. 13,
"1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Melecio Acebedo, 9
Second street, boy, Mexican. Feb. 24,
1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Aldolfo Aguilar, 512
Virginia, girl, Mexican. March 1, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Percy L.. Osbourne,
Old Fort Bliss, girl, American. Feb.
23, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Augustin Anchonda,
1110 East Fourth street, gW, Mexi
can. March 7, 1910.
To Mr. and. Mrs. Esteban Sambrano,
boy, Mexican. Feb. 2S, 1910.
3IAKIXG A CHURCH
INTO A FIRE STATION.
From a church to a fire station Is
the metamorphosis the old Highland
Park Baptist church is undergoing. The
old church of the Highland Park con
gregation was purchased by the city
and contractor L. F. Clark is remod
eling It for the use of the Highland
Park paid department.
V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V
RAILROAD NOTES.
: : : : .
The Mexico Northwestern has ordered
10,500 tons of rails for the Casas
Grande-Madre extension from the Ten
nessee Coal, Iron and Railroad com
pany. The National Rallwnvs of Mexico and
the -Mexican railway have pooled their
traffic between Vera Cruz and Mexico,
and the office of the Mexican railway
In New York city has been closed.
The railway commission of Nevada
has ordered extensive reductions in
freight rates on the Southern Pacific.
The Order flnos nnt en Intn offsM fnr
at least 30 days, and there Is talk thatj
mi) rauway will resist the order.
The Rock Island lines on March 1
established a telegraphic news service
on the Rocky Mountain Limited be
tween Chicago and Colorado points,
similar to that previously established
on the Golden State Limited. These
trains also have Yictrola musical re
citals and complete stock market quo
tations. Lewis Kingman, assistant chief engi
neer of the National Railways of Mex
ico, the Mexican International and the
Interoceanic at Mexico City, Mex., has
been appointed engineer maintenance of
way, with office at Buenavista, succeed
ing C. G. Delo, resigned. H. B. Reese,
division engineer at Chihuaua, succeeds
Mr. Kingman, with office at Mexico
City.
According to press reports from Mon
clova, Mex., a contract has been let
for building a line between Monclova,
Coahulla and Chihuahua, 410 miles, and
work is to be started as soon as the
necessary equipment and the laborers
can be obtained. The new line will
reach extensive coal fields, 120 miles
west of Monclova, the entire output
A FTER the dentist has re
i paired the damage your
teeth have suffeied through
neglect, the daily use of
Dr. Lvoii s
PERFECT
Tooth Powder
will clearise, preserve and
beautify them, without in
jury, and impart purity
and fragrance to the breath.
RAILROAD NEWS.
G. H. TIN
-HITS MULE T
One of the Mules Is Killed at
the Piedras Street
Crossing.
As a result of a collision this morning
between the Sunset limited, on the G.
H., and a team of mules and a wagon,
belonging to George Brady, a con
tractor, one of the mules was killed and
the wagon was practically demolished.
The accident occurred at 7:15 on the
G. H. tracks at Piedras street.
A Mexican, who has driving the
mules, was thrown into tn mr by the
force of the collision, but escaped with
a few bruises. Brady, the owner of the
outfit, is team foreman for the Texas
Bituflithic company. He had started
the Mexican to the Caples stone crusher
for a doad of rock.
SPECIAL MILEAGE
TO BE PUT CN SALE
Santa Pe and Other Eoads
Arrange Jointly to
Use It.
The Santa Fe nviil on April 1 place on
sale an interchangeable 2000 mile coupon
ticket good on practically all roads in
the central and western part of the
United States, according to a bulletin
received at the city ticket office this
morning by James S. Morrisson, agent.
from J. M. Connell, general passenger
agent. The coupon ticket will be hon
ored by 59 railway companies. The par
ticipating carriers in west Texas are the
Southwestern, Rock Island and Pecos
Valley lines.
The coupons, which have a baggage
permission condition, are printed to con
form to the existing railroad fare In the
several states through which the roads
of the participating carriers run.
"The ticket is intended So fill the de
mand made by traveling salesmen who
cover considerable territory on different
lines of railroads." Mr. Morrisson stated
this morning. "It has been under con
sideration for some time, and will go
into effect on April 1."
o
BIG BOX OP MACHINERY
SHIPPED ITO MEXICO
The 4200 pound box of machinery,
shipped from New Tork by express to a
mining company down in Sonora, Mex.,
and which arrived in HI Paso over the
Santa Fe Sunday night, wilL be for
warded to its destination by freight,
J. E. Elliott, TTells Fargo agent, being
unable to locate an S. P. express car,
the doors of which are large enougn
to admit the box. It will be shipped
over the S. P. to Nogales. Since Its
arrival in El Paso the box has re
mained on a high truck on the TVells
Fargo platform.
o
CANADIAN PARTY HERE
IX PRIVATE CAR REPUBLIC
The private Pullman, Republic, occu
pied by G. TV. Greenwood and party, of
Montreal. Canada, is in the union sta
tion yards today, arriving last night
over the Rock Island. The car will be
pulled out tonight over the National
Railways of Mexico. Mr. Greenwood and
his guests expect to spend several
weeks In the Mexican republic.
o
DIXIXG CARS OX ALL
S. P. TRAINS INTO CITY.
The dining car service on S. P. trains
west making connections here with
trains 1 and 2 on the Rock Island
Southwestern, has not been discontin
ued. The dining car has onjy been
taken off these trains on the South
western. The S. P. runs diners on nli
its passenger trains.
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SPECIAL RATES AXXOUXCED
FOR VARIOUS COXVEXTIOXS
L,ow rates have been announced on a
number of the railways running into El
Paso for various conventions over the
state1 within the near future. For the
meeting of the Scottish Rite Masons in
El Paso on March 21 to 26, the National
railways or .Mexico win place round trip
tickets on sale from as far south as
Torreon, for one and one-third fare,
on March 17 to 23, return limit March
30.
The T. & P. is offering a round trip rate
of $22.10 to Fort "VTorth for the meeting
of the Fat Stock Feeders and Breeders'
association, on March 14 to 19. Tickets
will be placed on sale March 12 to 17
The Rare .
Flavour
Of Crisp, Delicious
Golden-Brown
Post
Toasties
Wins Appetite and
x Appreciation
"The Memory Lingers '
Pkgs. 10c and 15c
&m
2
'0i
t ,'"fjii:
Special
For a Few Days We Will Sell
Solid Silver Bon Bon Spoons
Solid Silver Slive Spoons
Solid Silver Cream Ladles
Solid Silver Sugar Spoons
Solid Silver Pickle Forks
Solid Silver Eelish Servers
For $1.00 Each
In New Patterns
This is an exceptional
advantage of it.
W. T. Hixson Company
'The Gift House
Inclusive, return limit March 20- The
T. & P. is also advertising- a special
round trip rate of $23.20 for the meeting-
at Dallas on March 17 to 21 of the
state Sunday school convention. Tickets
will go on sale on March 1ST IT and IS,
return limit March 23.
o
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
C. P. Hostetter, commercial agent for
the Orient, has received a message from
Mrs. Hostetter announcing- the birth of
a son. Mrs. Hostetter is at the home
of relatives In Omaha. Mr. Hostetter
returned yesterday from a business trip
in Mexico.
J. M. Jefferies. assistant freight agent
for the G. H., has returned from a short
visit In San Antonio.
E. C. Cunningham, storekeeper for the
S. P. at Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, is in
El Paso for a short visit.
W. Q. Hodgson, commercial agent for
the Missouri Pacific, -with headquarters
m Fort Worth, Is in El Paso.
H. C. Ferris, general manager, and T.
R. Ryan, traffic -manager, of the Mexico
NorthTTestem, who returned to Juarez
vesterday afternoon after a three days'
inspection trip OTer their road, going
as far south as Casas Grandes. left last
night In their private car for Chihuahua
over the National railways of Mexico.
Webster's definitions of the -word
"Smile" are:
1st "A pleased expression of the
face"; (that's us.)
2nd "A pleasant or joyful aspect"
(that's the wearer.)
3rd "Expression of joy or pleas
ure" (that's the hat.)
The harmony resulting from
this combination has increas
ed our business.
Get under a "Roelafs" and smile.
Sold By
Scolt &
Thornton
El Paso, Texas. Douglas, Ariz.
f?ntirflTii1 Atvt-
t
The
"Smile"
Hat
i
Here is something that ex
perience has developed.
The more exact and exten
sive your knowledge of fine
tailoring, the greater will be
your enthusiasm over our
tailoring service.
The less you know in de
tail about tailoring, the
greater is your need of the
organization that does know
that has in its stocks the
best the world affords and
that can be depended upon
to give conscientious, faith
ful service at right prices
and at one profit.
Suits to Measure,
$20, $25, $30
tjsmmw
offer and you should take
of the Southwest"
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COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE.
LAXATIVE BROMO Quln'ne, the
world "wide Cold and Grip remedy re
moves cause. Call for full name. Look
for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
You can easily sell it. Call Bell 115.
Auto 1115, tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell It. No bother, no
formality.
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DAILY
Fresh Texas Yard
Eggs 25c Per Doz.
Why Pay More?
ibles
Testaments
AND
Prayer Books
in cloth and leather
bindings; mediiini and
large print; also, Bibles
and Testaments in red
letters
CURRAN'S
Book Store
108 Mesa Ave.
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