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Saturday, March 12, 1910.
Local Performers Get Away
WithGoodsIn Musical Comedy
ALLARO & C
E!L PASO HERALD
Many grood reasons for Iiavinp; a eheek-
mg account. One is that it prevents loss of
money by thett, carelessness or accident.
This is valuable and shows the import
ance of paying by cheek.
Your account subject to cheek is cordial
Capital and Surplus $240,O0O.0G
Excelsior Auto Cycle
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Alien Arms & Cycle Co.
Dan't Buy Electric Fans
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i The Standard Electric Co,
107 S. Stanton St.
FAIE ARE FIXED
For Raising Money for i
The assessment which the business
-tuLuiti-giiti i-mzens ofEHPSSO are ex
pected to subwrlbe toward the $20,000 J
subscriptior fcr the support of the j
lair this fall, -was decided "upon at a t
See -the neto
wide toe -,
BlacK and tan
1 .Shoe Co.
Mexico Northwestern Rail
The Kio Grande, Sierra Mndre &
Pacic Railroad Co.
XEW TIME CARD!
XOV. 14tk, 1909.
Effective this date Passenger
trains will leave cur NEW STA
TION. Corner Calles COMERCIO
CIUDAD JUAREZ AT 1 P.- 31.
NUEVA CASAS GRAXDES 7 P. 31.
JTDEVA CASAS GRAXXJES 12:15 P.3L
CIUDAD JUAREZ C P. 31.
Thus bringing; Nueva Casas
Grandes ,and intermediate points
.several hours nearer El Paso and
vice versa, and allowing patrons
opportunity to transact their busi
ness ami be home next day.
"HUNTING and FISHING such as
found nowhere else on North Amer
Wrlte for full particulars.
JEC C. FERRIS, T. R. RYAN,
-General 3Isrr. Traffic 3I;jr.
, Apartado 46.
meeting . held yesterday afternoon by
C. N. Bassett, chairman of the ways and
means committee; J. G. McNary, Julius
Krakauer. A. Schwartz and J. "W.
Fisher. The amount of the various
assessments has not been made public
Messrs. McNary. Krakauer, Schwartz
and Fisher will at an early date name
the men who are to assist them in se
curing the negotiable subscriptions,
a anrass of the merchants and
citizens assessedi will be commenced at
an early date.
"The proposition is up to the people,"
Mr. Bassett stated this morning, "as
to whether or not they want a fair
in El Paso this fall. In the event that
$20,000 Is subscribed, part of which will
be used to wipe out the fair's Indebted
ness, I have the promise of ten $1000
donations, 40 percent of which Is pay
able oh demand."
President "Wyatt of the fair associa
tion, has not yet placed for collection
the accounts amounting to $3800 due
the assciatioo, which he was empow
ered to do at the meeting of the stock
holders and directors of the fair, at
the chamber of commerce on Thursday
night. He expects, however, to take
that action at once.
TO GRAND JURY
Women in House Where Sol
dier Was "Killed Are
Charles Phillips, charged with the
murder of Levin G. Cavender, was giv
en a preliminary hearing before justice
McClintock Friday afternoon and bound
over to the grand jury in the sum of
2000 in default' of which he was re
manded to the county jail. .
Maria Arriega and Cipriana; Relies,
the two women who were in the house
at 402 South Santa Fe street, when the
killing occurred, were dismissed.
For El Paso and vicinity: JTonight
and Sunday fair.
For New Mexico: Tonight and Sun
day fair; warmer southeast portion.
For west Texas: Tonight and Sun
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"Wellvllle," in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
-Ever rend the above letter? A new
one appears from time to tlnie. They
are cenulne, true, and full of human
Musical comedy with Its clever chor- .
uses, charming songs, and breezy com
edy is always delightful. To see young
folks at play, especially El Paso young
folks. Is equally delightful To have
both combined in one rollicking play
is indeed a trear, That was what the
El Paso Shriners offered Friday even-
Ing nt the El Paso In "A Night in Bo
hemia." It was offered, by El Maida
temple and was accepted by the audi
ence which filled the theater with the
enthusiasm which is seldom shown at
Amateur in Its freshness and lack of
the threadbare bricks of the profes
sionals, but professional in its well
drilled choruses and character parts,
"A Night in Bohemia" was an agreeable
surprise to .the audience and was as
satisfying as many of the New York
productions. "A Night in Bohemja" Is
a truly Bohemian offering, for it is a
veritible weleh rarebit of catchS songs
dainty little dances ana a breezy com
edy between times.
The Real Hits.
Marguerite Darbyshire, as pretty as a
painting, and Oakley Sharpe, as swag
ger as he Is good looking, were the
cometa in the Bohemian heaven. Dainty
Miss Alice Mills in her "Violet" song
completed the trio of clever performers
who received the major portion of tho
applause.'' They were assisted by a
chorus of 24 young persons, all well
knOwn El Paso girls, and boys, with
Harry Ogg, Fred Hewitt, O. L. Jean-'
con, R. K. Smith, and C. A. Bailey fur
nishing the fun that was squeezed In
between the lines of the songs and
When Oakley Sharpe and Marguerite
Darbyshire did their clever singing and
dancing sketch in the first part they
were cheered repeatedly and were
forced to dance until they were out of
breath, and then dance some more.
Miss Laura Maude Fink and her
"Yankee Doodle" song and the pony
ballet assisting Harry Ogg in his
"Hinkee Dee" song, were as well re
ceived as (the initial dancing sketch.
The play was produced under the di
rection of O. L. Jeancon with Oakley
Sharpe as stage director and Adele Pax
ton as the musical director. The cast
of characters for the play was:
Edmund Keene, a retired actor, a
thorough Bohemian O. L. Jeancon
Dusts' Rhodes, the tramp manager of
a defunct comedy company
! Fred A. Hewitt
Officer Callanhan, "One of "the Fin
est," a little sore on tramps, but not
a bad fellow after all C. A. Bailey
Charles Frohman, an old fnlena of
Keene Harry B. Ogg
Tommy Jiggs, an uptodate boy, right
from the streets of New York
J. Oakley Sharpe
Georgo Thatcher, an old time min
strel, who finding a friend in
trouble, plays a servant just to help
him out V.R.'H. Smith
Dolly Nobles, the sunshine of Keene's
villa, a litle bit stage struck and a
good little girl. Marguerite Darbyshire
Violet Miss Alice Mills
The El Paso Girl . . .Miss Ceral Christie
Alice Neilson Miss Trust Pierson
Miss Frances D. Hughes
Alice Lynch Miss Anne Hughes
Mary Parker Miss Edith Le Masney t
Hallle Dalzelb .MIssEHzabeth Crawford
Lilian Carpenter Miss Estelle Collard
Babe Douglas Miss Ceral Christie
Carrol Sears Miss Loetta Roblson
Adele McLaren Mies Bess Pi gg
Nancy Grant Mrs. H. S. Burwell
Alta Daly Mrs. Lewis Gunn
Hannah Hoyt Mrs. Tom Finney
Sherma Dana Miss Ruth Critchett
Fritsfe Scheff Miss Wilma Elliott
Lillian Russell Miss Mona Frank
Anna Held .Miss Louise Sanborn
Maude Fealy...Miss Laura Maude Fink
Fay Templeton Miss Cathern Cox
Lulu Glaser Miss Rachel Harper
Blanche Ring Miss Lucille Frise
May Naudainl Miss Florence Cox
Lottie Faust. . . . Miss Margaret Klnnon
Clara Collier Miss Stella Brunner
Miss Martha Thurmond
Florence Taylor Miss. Katie Stoker
Hattie McCann Miss Marbry Henning
Hattie Deerheart...Miss Chloe Calhoun
Dot Nash Miss Ruth Forsyth
Pretty Girls whose bright smiles,
pretty faces -and graceful dancing add
much to the pleasure of "A Night in
Ray Teel B. P. Snure
Hesa Stayin Edward Blumenstell
Weary Worker Frank Springer
Willie Will Ashley T. Reed
Call Fornia S. T. Miliar
Press Idio W. W. Roach
Woodie Dale ? E. J. Maxwell
Al Ameda t J. R. Cavett
B. Erkley '. F. C. Gill
Frisco Kid W. B. Wilson
Brook Line T. A. Hewitt
Wall Nutland W. W. Click
U. Maw .'........ J. H. Kindred
Rosen Teln .'. Edward Perry
and s.-.nger," who will be heard In sev
eral new selections, and ' Leroy and
Eloise. who have made a name as sing
ing and dancing artists on the vaude
New opera chairs have been Installed
In the theater and several other needed
improvements have also been made so
that the new playhouse presents a most
Performances during the past week
have been very well attended and the
new theater is evidently Increasing in
1,-opularity each night so that it is ex
pected next week, with the new bill,
will prove this one of the most popular
playhouses in the southwest.
PLANS NEW HOME
Every Friday night -will be amateur
night at the Qrawford, after the last
show, when prizes worth while will be
given. Manager Rich says get your name
and style .of act in early; leave them at
the box office. '
VAUDEVILLE AT THE CRAWFORD.
Starting Monday night March 14, a
short season of vaudeville will be In
augurated at the Crawford, "The House
of Safety and Comfort." Two shows a
night with matinees Tuesday, Thursday,
Saturday and Sunday will be the rnle,
and the prices will be 10, 20 and 30
cents. It will be 20 and 30 cents to the
lower floor; the entire balcony 10 cents.
Among the acts to be seen the opening
week will be Grace Huntingdon and com
pany in adramatic sketch, "Why He Re
formed;" La Mont brothers, in a sing
ing, talking and dancing act, the Mal-
i combes comedy jugglers; Leonard Lohr,
song Illustrator, and "The Great Hough
ton company," of three people, expert
and comedy cyclists, direct from the Ma
jectlc theater at Denver. Manager Rich
says this Is without question the best
vaudeville bill ever offered to the El
Paso people, and if you want good seats
to be there for the first show. He gives
two shows nightly 7:30 and 9:15 but
patrons can come and go when they like.
It will be a continuous show from 7:30
Building and Fiirnisliiiigs
Will Cost $130,000 Mex
Chihuahua, Mexico, March 12. Jose
R. Arguellas and Corredor Latorre have
completed the plans for the new club
house of the Casino Chihuahua, the
leading Mexican club of this capital.
It is to be a two story brick and stone
structure with basement to cost $100,
000, Mexican money, and will be erected
on the site of the old club house fac
ing Victoria street and running clear
through the block to Aldama street. "
The work of tearing down the old
building is proceeding rapidily so that
the work on the new one can be com
menced next month and pushed through
to completion at as early date as prac
ticable. The basement will contain the bowl
ing alleys, barber shop and baths, etc.
On the first floor -will be the salon
de la cantina on the left and a fine
billiard hall- on the right. The bar
will be in the rear. The manager's of
rt Trrm YiP. t& the rear of the billiard
hall and facing- the patio, which will be
open right up the center of the build-
ing and covered with a dome covered j
roof sufficiently high above the rest
of the roof to permit thorough light
ing through glass.
On the Aldama street end 'of the first
floor will be a large reading room and
library; also a small room for the board
of managers. There will also be a
gallery around the patio.
On the second floor there will be a
ball room 19x15 meters facing the front
or Victoria end of the building. On the
Aldama street end will be the kitchen,
lunch room, etc, and in front of these
and ' facing the patio will be a large
THE DAILY RECORD.
Tobin, Texas Ell Nations to Jesus
Mesa, lots 35 and 36, block 95, Nations's
map of Tobin, Texas; consideration ?40.
March 11, 1910.
To C. S. Hill, to tear down the one
half of the northwest building known
as the Columbia hotel, on lot 122. block
30, Mills map, on corner of Chihuahua
and Sonora streets; estimated cost $200.
To C. S. Still, to extend depth of drug
store building 65 feet, instead of 45 feet,
on lot 10, block 103, Campbell adddltlon;
estimated cost $200. 1
To H A. Brockmoller, to build two
porches on residence built on lots SI
and 32. block 45,. East El Paso addi
tion; estimated cost $100.
To CF. Elliott to repair fruit stand
by adding fireproof roof,' open back of
stand and cover cellarwaj' with wire,
on lot 77; block 14, Mills map; estimated
To Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Maglallon-es.
1004 South Campbell street, girl, Mexi
can. March 9, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Guadalupe Quintana,
604 Campbell street, boy, Mexican.
March 10. 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Matilda Oreona, 605
Fifth" street, girl, Mexican. March 10,
PLAY BASEBALL: HAVE TROUBLE
AXD GET IX THE CITY JAIL
Three little Mexlan boys got into
jail last .night because of their fond
ness for the great American game of
baseball. The youngsters, who gave
the names of Eduardo Beltran, Carlos
Enciaas and Jacinto Nunez were ar
raigned before Judge Lea this morning
on a charge of disturbing the peace.
From the stories they told It would
appear that they were engaged in a
game of "rounders" wrien a negro boy,
older than they, stole their bail and
ran away. They followed him and
pelted him with rocks.
LAST APPEARANCE OF BAILEY CO.
Tonight the Bailey stock company will
be seen In "Rip Van Winkle." Sunday
matinee and night there will be a fare
well performance of this excelent com
pany In the screaming farce comedy
"Who Owns the Baby?" They ' expect
all their friends to turn out and give
them a big farewell house. Seats are
"THE HAPPY HOUR."
There will be an entirely new, bill at
"'the Happy Hour theater" Monday and
continuing throughout the week. The
new acts for next week are Cole and
Cole in a novel acrobatic stunt; Clar
ence "Val5aco "the premier monologist
WATCHMAN CHARGED. WITH
RUDELY DISPLAYING PISTOL
Will Murray, a negro employed as
watchman "at the Happy Lour theater,
was arrested about 11 oclock Frlday
nlght on charges of carrying a pistol
and shooting within the city limits, but
the charge was later changed to dis
turbing the peace and rudely displaying
The watchman claimed that he shot
at a Mexican who was attempting to
enter tha theater.
YOU CAN'T EXPECT
to be strong and healthy if the stomach
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and in order to overcome this weakness
you should begin each meal with a dose
You. will be agreeably surprised at its
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Deiieuu"" iimua. iviu itppeme Will
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digested. Try it today for indigestion
uosuvenK!, jjixiuuaucas, v,oias, tinppe
and Malaria, Fever and Ague. The gen
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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'
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Office 313 N. Oregon.
112-114 South Oregon St,
ILL continue their Muslin Underwear -3ale
Mondav. All 2ood!s left in this sale wnl be
sold Monday at the regular sale price. Big values
in all garments.
1 Muslin Underwear Bargains.
LOT A Contains ladies' and chil
dren's Drawers, Gawns, Skirts,
Corset Covers; sale OJ?
jvp c Contains large line of
ladies' Gowns, Skirts, Drawers,
Corset Covers, Chemise; lyg
LOT E Contains garments of
high class Gowns,"Drawers, Skirt3
and Chemise & 9C
. m tp XvMv
LOT B Big range of styles in
ladies' Gowns, Drawers, Chemise,
Corset Covers and Skirts A
LOT D Certains great values in
Gowns, Corset Covers, SJo'rts,
rChemise; sale " AA
LOTS 1, 2 and 3, some special gar
ments. Corset Covers. 15c
Corset Covers 10c
Ladies' Ruffled Drawers '.18c
LOT 1 Contains children Draw
ers, made 5 tucks, hemstitched,
Waists and Skirts, in
LOT 2 Contains children's Draw
ers, made with hemstitched tuck
and ruffled, and Skirts
LOT 3 Contains Drajwers made
with ,lace embroidery ruffles,
Skirts and. Gowns Ofi '
$4.-50 and $5.00 Muslin Petticoats. $3.75
$4.00 Petticoats on sale at .$3.2o'
$3.50 Muslin Petticoats on sale at. $2.65
$3.00 Muslin Petticoats on sale at. $2.45
$2.50 v5islin Petticoats on sale at. $1.98
$2.00 Muslin Petticoats on sale 'at. $1.68
$1.75 Muslin Petticoats on sale at. $1.38
$2.00 GoTvns on sale for $1.68
Waist Specials for Saturday and
$3.50 waists, your choice of any Jap silk
.n .tt ffivr Tnafri!jln TOT ....
$2.50 waists, your choice of any lingerie,
lawn or Jap silk wsust tor
$2.00 waists, your awn selection of any
m-itftT-l in lfmrArie. silk or laiwn for. .
$1.25 waists, you have choice of any materials QC
or styles of our $1.25 waists for VJ
2 Lots of Ladies' Hose Specials
1 special lot of full finished, black hose for .OA
ladies, 25c values, Saturday mght and Monday. VW
1 special lot of seamless light -weight,, fast colors, nice
spring weight hose, 25c values, Saturday night OfJc
and Monday AiVw
Special Value In White Madras and India Linon.
1 special lot of 15c value
India Linen for,
1 special lot of 20c India
Linen, 3 day sale .'
1 lot of Mercerized "Waisting,
121-2c value, for
1 special lot of36-inch Dress Linen,
assorted colors, 25c values, ni
1 special- lot of "White
Waisting, 25c value, for..
1 special lot of 36-inch All 07
.mil CM M aiaiiir uctl ru.. .
HOUSE TALKS OF
He Was Purchasing Agent
Before He Resigned,
J. G. House, former member of the
school board, who recently resigmed,
said this morning-, in referring to the
Henry "Welsch matter: "I was purchasing-
agent for the school board during
tho time that I -was a member thereof,
and I never purchased anything- for the
schools from the Henry Welsch company
or -the E. B. Welch company. However. I
did nurchase jroods from T. H. Rogers
and he had ithem delivered direct from
the E. B. Welch company.
"The first week that I was a member
of the school board, I sold some frames
for use at the chamber of commerce ex
hibit, but the finance committee declined
to O. K. the bill, and I have never col
lected for the material. This did away
with the possibility of anyone on the
schcol board" selling stnff to the schools
during the present administration."
TAX COLLECTOR. TO 3IAKJ3
REFUND OX PENALTIES
About $250,000 in county taxes for the
year 1909 were collected up to March 1
and. they are still coming- In slowly.
Owing' to the fact that the city council
has granted an extension of the time in
which to pay city taxes until March 31.
city assessor Louis E. Behr will have to
refund about $53 already paid In on
ATTEMPTS MADE TO ,
PASS RAISED BILLS
- -Two more attempts to pass raised
' DUI3 nave ueen repurceu iu icuciai a.u-
thorltles. A 'man purchasing a ticket
at the Union station presentea a one
dollar bill which had been raised to
$50. The ticket sellers left the office
to get an officer, but the stranger dis
Another attempt is reported in con
nection with a bill raised from one 'dol
lar to $5. The one attempting- ta pass
it, also escaped.
recently filed a petition in. Ijankruptcs
in the federal court, will meet March 21
atlO oclock at the office of referee in
bankruptcy Charles R. Loomis.
TO 3IEET OX MARCH 21
Creditors of I W. Hoffecker, who
"BLEACHED FLOUR CASES
DROPPED BY GOYERjraEXT
Council Bluffs, Iowa, March J12.
What are known as the "bleache&flour"
cases were dismissed" in federal court
here today by Pierce Butler, special
counsel for the government
Four seizures of flour belonging- to
X)maha and Topeka mills were Involved
in the suits.
'Exgovernor George Curry of New
Mexico, rough rider chief, and other
wise prominent New Mexican, is at
Hotel Zeige Mr. Curry is taking a
little vacation after his years of public
service. He soon will return to Santa
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