EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday. April 13, 1910.
Cyjj Maisy aaixtuires are offered "SlfeS
Z as substitutes for Royal. W
fWg& None of tlaem is the same in composition JPbIIL
SJaP or effectiveness, so wltolesome and eco- ,t
y8ppPk nomicalj aor will make such fine food. Ss
jk Baking Powder jM
yY Aks&iuiefy Para im
JfffifLp Royal Is the only BaMxig Pow&e? made JjPJL
BfclF) from Eoyal Grape Cream ot Tartar (jPsLmr
ination of all inflences that degrade j
the morals of our young? men; I
Whereas, The keno games that are j
being operated in Jifarez, Mexico, south, j
detriment to the moral and material
welfare of our community, and by the
continued operation of the same, there
is a certain degrading influence cast
about the young men of our city; there
fore be it.
Resolved, Thai we heartily endorse
the method and action taken by the
Business Men's Protective association,
ant1 will gladly cooperate in the effort
being made by them to eliminate this
influence from our midst.
(Signed) C. L. Sirmans,
' Wm. R. Walker,
i W. U. Carre.
Any kind of sausage you want pre- (
pared daily at Robinsons market. J.
C. Peyton, successor.
I He Hath Not the Method
1 of Making a Fortune
All x afternoon trains are reported on
dragged and then suspended from a tree
and set afire. Blows resulted at the
home of James R. Axford. A crowd of
nearly 1000 people visited the homes of
people who testified against the Dick
inson, X. D. .
this morning. One venireman declared
lie would not believe the testimony of
a hired scientist and this question is
j now being put to all veniremen.
Throws Acid ia Girl' Face.
San Francisco, Cal., April 13. At
tacked by an unknown man in broad
daylight, Miss Ruth Frances Wilson,
IS years old, known for her beauty,
had a quantity of sulphuric acid thrown
ir hor face Thp ;i"-ht of one eve was
destroyed and the doctors say it is j
"hardly possible that the other eye will j
Woodmen to Initiate.
The Modern Woodman will have their
regular semimonthly meeting Friday
night, when there will be a class adoption.
"Walnut Bar 25 Cents. 4
Thursday only, we will sell our de
licious 40 cents a pound, own make,
Walnut Bar for 23 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
AValnut Bar 25 Cents.
Thursday only, we will sell our de
licious 40 cents a pound, own make.
Walnut Bar for 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
All the Ladies Should Attend
The free demonstration of salad mak
ing by Durkee's expert salad maker, at
our store this week-
Jacfcson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. J.' A. Hedrick new location room
4 Coles Bldg., over White House, with
Dr. P. H. Brown.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most reasonable prices. Over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed.
Free. Free. Free. Free.
Boys, come to) Kelly & Pollard's and
Paragon Candyl Co. Thursday o p. m.,
and get free sajmpies Wrigley's Spear
mint Pepsin chevying gum.
Come to the fnass meeting of all the
citizens tomorrow night at the court
house to heao the discussion of the
school board question.
John A. Rice, the mining engineer,
has moved Jhis office from the Mlllr
Bldg., to 51J8f Guaranty Trust Bldg.
Completes Taft Model.
Washington, D. C, April 13. The
.lay model of a bust of president Taft
has been completed by Robert I. Ait
ken, of Xew York. It Is said to Te
destined either for the Metropolitan
museum of arts in New York or the
Corcoran Art gallery In this city.
he has been called on account of the
serious iHness of his father. During
j his absence alderman Blumenthal will
preside m police court.
We have moved to main floor of Mor
gan building, on Mesa avenue, next to
Callsher's. Latta & Happer.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Ej'e and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
Free With Each Order.
During the free salad demonstration
at our store this week, a valuable re
ceipt book and a sample bottle of
Durkee's Challenge .sauce will be given
with each order.
Jackson's Sanftnry Grocery,
' Phone 353.
Turmoil Over Will Csee.
Melrose. Mass., April 13. Following
the decision adverse to the North Da
kota claimant in the Russell will case, j
ihis city was in a turmoil "last night.
At the Russell estate, the home of Wil
liam G. Russell an effigy was trod upon,
Call at our store this week and learn
to make all kinds of salads, free. Dem
onstration by an expert, representing
the famous Durkee salad dressing.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
liss Franklin Leaves.
Miss Ef. Grace Franklin, superintend
ent of t,lie El Paso Health League, who
has resigned her position, will leave
Friday for Los Angeles, where she will
I rest before taking up any further char
Lea's Father III.
Dr. Cameron for reliable dentistry.
,Use pure Lucca olive oil. Eagle Brand,
a Triolo, 419 S. El Paso street.
I Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
t - . i a. .. iAf efA nlort
City recorder Tom Lea, Jr.. leave this I El Paso irunK ii.Lur, iw4. ,.-.
afternoon for Independence, Mo., where
Grebe cleans clothes, 41S N. Oregon.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Dr Starker, 31S-319 Caples. Bldg.,
practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Now is the time to have your fotos
made, while the weather is cool and "you
are feeling fine. Dainty sepia pictures
In neat brown folder, only S2.00 per
El Paso Street.
Hyde Cae Exnsusts Pane!.
Kansas City, Mo., April 13. With, the
total of 25 men qualifying for tem
porary jurymen, the venire of 150 was
exhausted, and an equal number was
summoned for the opening- of the case
Mcadovr May Q.uit.
County road engineer R. B. Meadows
may resign his position before long, as
he is considering an offer with a pri
vate corporation. Meadows threatened
to quit the county four months ago,
having received another offer at that
time but after he had signed a contract
the commissioners secured his release
and raised his salary.
COTTON BELT TO
Is Planning to Reach Out for
Business in North
Waco, Tex.. April 13. President F. '
H. Britton, of the Cotton Belt, accom- j
panled by eh'ef engineer Eaton, is here j
today and olosed a contract with aco
for the immediate building of a line
from Matesvllle to Hamilton to connect
with the Stephemille North and South
railroad, which has just been acquired J
by the Cotton Belt.
TT it-Hi aim l-kifil1 frftm TToTnil nn tCi I
Comanche, a total distance of 67 miles.
The road will be completed and In oper
ation within 90 days.
The company will also probably ex
tend to Thurber.
President Britton said he will negoti
ate with the Santa Fe for the use of
its tracks from McGregor to Temple,
allowing the Santa Fe to use the Cot
ton Belt tracks from McGregor to Waco
REFUSED LICENSE TO SELL
LIQUOR OX EXCURSION' BOAT
Austin, Tex., April 12. The
state controler today refused to
issue a license to an applicant
from Beaumont to sell liquor on
an excursion steamer. He held
that the law doesn't provide for
such license, but doe provide
that minors shall not frequent
premises where liquor is sold as
would be the case on excursion
of Pound a Week
at 'least, is what a j-oung baby ought
to gain in weight. Does yours? If not
there's something wrong with its di
gestion. Give it McGee's Baby Elixir
and it will begin gaining at once. Cures
stomach and bowel troubles, aids diges
tion, stops fretfulness, good for teeth
, Price 25c and 50c.
Sold by all druggists.
Those who attend the school board
mass meeting at the courthouse tomor
row night will hear some interesting
things with reference to our public
Salad Season Here.
This is the time of year when salads
taste- good, and in order to show you
just how good salads should be made,
Durkee, the great sulad dressing man,
has sent an expert salad maker to El
Paso, who will give free demonstrations
of salad making at our store all this
vtcek, the following Is the program:
Wednesday, April 13 Salmon salad.
Thursday. April 14 Bean salad.
Friday, April 13 Japan Crab meat
Saturday, April 16 Potato salad.
Every lady in El Paso is invited to
call and have some salad, free.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
The Staff Of Life
WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY,, when the
whole of the grains are used in combination, (as they con
tain the various elements required for complete nourishment) "you have the future welfare of our
ti 11 1 1 r rt" r T T ! schools at heart you should make it a
may mny oe canea tne otarr or i-,ire. p01.10 auend ms meeting at the
! COUrtnOJlSO on Thnnco,. .!!...
oclock. The ladies are interested and
should be present.
You get the best sherbets whon n
buy cf Wood, 405 Xorrh Oresron Rtr'opf.
i irrape, Jemon and pineapple 'flavors
Thursday and Friday.
Chops, steaks and roasts from mut
ton, veal and pork. Bobinson's market.
J. C. Peyton, successor.
CONSTRUCTION OF FIELD OFFI
CERS QUARTERS, Fort Bliss, Texas,
April 4, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate will bt
received here for construction, plumb
lnc hontintr Jinn1 Alpr.tric wlriner Of
1. ...-. .r- nfll 1 nni- "XTo-ir A I
LX1CAU quaiiuif uui.il J. iwi, .j.aj ,
1910. Information on application, U. S.
reserves right to accept or reject any
or all proposals, or any part thereof.
Capt. W. H. Waldron, Constg., Q. M.
GETS NEW HEARING
Austin. Texas, April 13. The court of
criminal appeals today overruled a mo
tion of the state for a rehearing of the ,
case of E. C. Gaines, state representative
from Hood county, which was recently
reversed and remanded. Gaines was
convicted and sentenced to serve three
years on a charge of killing J. W.
Reee. his Tival in the legislative race.
The state sought a rehearing on tech
CONE JOHNSON SPEAKS
TO COLORADO PEOPLE.
Colorado, Texas. April 13. Hon. Cone
Johnson, candidate for governor, spoke
here today to about 1200 people, and
was listened to with attention.
Buy a Maxwell. 3est automobile on
the -narket for the price. Rader tc
is a skillfully blending of these cereals appetizing, whole
some and strengthening. Ask your Grocer.
e are showing some real
-t . -K-r-r q
bargains m w omen s ox
fords and Ankls Strap
Pumps in tans, patents and
plain leathers, at
If you don't believe it let
us prove it to you.
Kinney Shoe Co.
$2.00 senia nitiir ic -ino-- u
thing for the school children to ex
change among their little friend
111 El Paso Street.
Dr. PrentUn, specialty diseases of
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
C. L. Billingtou, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 14S9
painting, paper hanging, decorating.
Dr. Cameron, dentist- over Guarantee
shoe store. Auto phone 1744.
Only Six ArrestH.
Only six arrests were made by the
police 3ast night, three of the men be
ing docketed on a charge of drunken
ness, and three on the charge of
vagrancy. Ponciano Pedragon, alias El
Sueno, who suffers from the sleepping
sickness was given 10 davs at his own
To Extradite Bauker.
Pittsburg, Pa.. April 13. The special
grand jury ,, probing councilmanic
bribery, has temporarily suspended its
investigations by adjournment until
Monday. It is expected, in the mean
time, that Frank N. Hoffstot t,c!
dent of the Pressed Stel Car company
.. wir octuiiu -anonai oank, now
under Indictment, will be brought from
New York to answer to the indictment.
The Baraca Class of Trinity
Church Declares Against
Resolutions were adopted by the
Baraca class of Trinity M.' E. church,
south, against keno. The resolutions
Whereas, The members e the Baraca
class of Trinity M. E. churhc, south,
to the number of 50 young men. are
in hearty accord with any end all
movements .that tend toward the moral
uplift of this community, and the elim-
WAXAHVCHIE LODGE FIRE.
"Waxahachie, Texas, April 13. The
two 3ory building occupied by
O'Reilly Bros., the Odd Fellows and
the Woodmen of the World, was de
stroyed by fire late last night. The
loss Is $3000.
Mrs. Navy of Walnut Writes
Interestingly About Her
Case, Which, After Drag
f or Years, Was Final
ly Relieved In
Walnut, X. C. "I suffered more or
les during, girlhood from female weak
ness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of this
place. "After I was married, I was
almost bedridden, and had to give up.
We had three doctors. All the time,
I was getting worse. My trouble would
last from 7 to 28 days. T gave ;Cardui
a trial, and in one week I could eat,
sleep and joke, as well as anybody. In
S weeks I was well. I was an invalid
for five weary years. Cnrdui relieved
me when everything ele failed."
If you are weak and ailing, think
what it would mean to recover as
rapidly and surely as did Mrs. Navy. In
over 50 years, this strength-building
remedy has been used by thousands of
ladles, who found it of untold value in
relieving womanly pains and ailment?.
No medicine without merit could re
main in such constant use. and show
such a continual increase In sales, as
Cardui has done. It is common-sense
to judge a medicine, as well as a man,
by success. Cardui is successful.
X. B. Write to: Ladies Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenu., for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
YOU know him. We all know him. The poor, pitiful shiftless fel
low. The idler about town; the man who is always changing; the
The man who overlooks his duty and fails to grasp his opportun-
The man whose family is supported by his relations.
And frequently he is such a good fellow.
Often he is so successful for others.
Perhaps the fault was in his early bringing up; perhaps he never
had it in him.
But, at any rate, he should be an example to others.
Don't let us fritter away our time and money, our ability, our op
portunities. Our family and the world have a right to expect more of .us.
Money Paid for Rent is Wasted
It is not necessary to pay rent, when the opportunity is at hand to
own a home and get it for Half the Money You Are Now Giving to a
You can go right out into Government Hill and get two of the pret
tiest lots you ever saw for $20 down and then pay only $10 each month.
You can at once build a nice little house for your family and be
fore you realize it you
ill Own Your Own Home
We would like for Every Eent Payer in El Paso to call at our of
fice and talk this matter over.
We have placed More People in their Own Homes in this city
than an- other fimi here and would like to place you.
Caples Bldg. Austin & Marr Phone 352
207 Mesa Latta & Happer Phone 271
B " S
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I FIEST, LAST AND ONLY APPEAEANCE IN AMERICA
I 150 ! Paso Peoeie The Great
Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium
Friday aaid Saturday Evenings, April 15 and 16
Every Act A Feature! 20 Bi&f ActS Every Feature A Sensation!
A MARVELOUS ASSEMBLING OF ACROBATS, CONTOR
TIONISTS, AERIAL ARTISTS AND TUMBLERS, IN
CLUDING THE JUNIOR FAMILY, AND THE PARAL
LEL0PIP0D0N SEXTETTE IN STUPENDOUS WON
THE VAN V00KLANBERG TROUPE OF DUTCH DANC
ERS, A SCORE OF SCOTCH LADS AND LASSIES IN
THE HIGHLAND FLING, FOLK DANCERS. AND OTHER
TOE-TICKLERS, SHOWING AMAZING SKILL, GRACE
IMMENSE ZOOLOGICAL EXHIBIT, WILD ANIMAL
FROM THE JUNGLES OF AFRICA THAT ROOSEVEL
COULD NOT KILL, TRAINED FOR THE DINGALING
CmCUS BY MONSIEUR L'DUPE.
GRAND GALAXY OF SIDE-SPLITTING CLOWNS, IN
CLUDING SLIVERS OAKLEAF, DICK OWENS, WHIST
LING RUFUS, MARSEILLE AND OTHER WELL KNOWN
TUG-OF-WAR BETWEEN A DOZEN OF EL PASO'S IN
DUSTRIAL GIANTS. THIS FEATURb AL0JE WORTH
DOUBLE THE PRICE OF ADMISSION. . " w-
GRAND ENTRY OF SURPASSING BEAUTY, ENTRANC
ING MUSIC BY DINGALING BROS.' BAND OF WORLD
FAMED ARTISTS, LEAP-FOR-LIFE, ROYAL ROMAN
HIPPODROME, AND A MULTITUDE OF MARVELOUS
Gorgeously Brilliant; Uniquely Original; Surpassingly Entertaining; A Dslight tc Old and Young
Admission 25 and 50 Cents
700 Comfortable Seats. Doors Open at 7:30. . Performance at 8 Sharp.
BRING- THE FAMILY
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