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Telephone Directory
Copy for the June issue of the telephone direc
tory is now being made up.
Any changes or corrections in the present listing
should he telephoned at once to
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CONTRACT . DEPARTMENT
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IN ORDER TO INSURE PROPER IN
SERTION IN THE NEW DIRECTORY
The Tri-Sfate
Telephone and Telegraph Co.
STORM AND RAIN
IN EAST TEXAS
Cleburne, Tex., May 17 A thousand
dollars damage -was caused to
the A. X "Wright company, dry goods,
here by a storm last night- Other places
suffered snore or less damage.
The roof of the "Wright building was
partly blowm away, and the windows
broken.
Fruit and truck growers eight miles
east report severe damage, many say
ing the crop Is a total loss.
Rain Helps Crops.
Hillsboro, Tex.,, 'May 17. Kirty lake,
nortli of here, rose six feet today and
the creeks are overflowing as a result
of a three inch ram last night. Little
damage "was done. The rain -will be of
great, value to crops.
Good Texas Rain.
Tyler, Tex., May 17. East Texas had
a good rain continuing through last
might and this morning. It will be of
great value to growing crops.
OW TO FIND OUT
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine and let it stand twenty-four
hours; a. sediment or. settling usually In
dicates an unhealthy condition of the
kidneys. "Ego frequent desire to urinate,
scanty supply, pain or dull ache in the
back, should also convince you that the
kidneys or bladder are out of order.
"What to Do.
There is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, fulfills almost every
wish in relieving pain In the back, kid
neys, liver, bladder and every part of
the urinary passage. It corrects in
ability to hold urine, and scalding pain
In passing it, or bad effects following
use of liquor, w,ine or beer, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of be
ing compelled to get up many times dur
ing the night to urinate.
The mild, pleasant and extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
results in the most distressing cases. If
you need a medicine, you should have
the best. Sold by druggists - in fifty
cent and one-dollar sizes.
Tou may have a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
and a book that tells all about It, both
sent absolutely free by mall. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. T.
"When writing be sure to mention that
you read this generous offer In the El
Paso Daily Herald. Don't make any mis
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address. Binghamton, N. Y., on every
bottle.
SOMNAMBULIST WALKS
IX CARNEGIE SQUARE
Terrace Street Besidences
Will Be Improved for
Three Tears' Use.
TUESDAY'S GAMES POSTPONED.
National League New York at Cin
cinnati, rain; Brooklyn at "Chicago, wet
grounds.
7-ar y Your nerves must be fed with pure,
Poorly fed nerves are weak nerves ;
and weak nerves mean nervousness,
Ask yottr doctor if alcoholic stimulants en not neuralgia, headaches, debility. Weak
often cay disastrous when given to nervous nerves need good food, fresh air, and
people. Hcioill tell you ichy. &ffiSf,; Ayeis non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla,
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Mabel Richardson, "Who Has Been 111,
Found Monday Night by
Passersby.
Mabel Richardson, the lOyearold
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Rich
ardson of 40S 1-2 North Oregon street,
was found in Carnegie square shortly
after 12 oclock Monday night wander
ing aimlessly about, evidently walking
in her sleep. The child was barefooted,
bareheaded and scantily clad.
Reeves Davis, on his wajr home from
his place of business at the corner of
Main and Oregon streets, first noticed
the child and reached her together
with Frank Frickelton, 1123 North Ore
gon street, and J. V. Schurtz from the
Y. M. C. A. The men tried to wake the
girl, but could not do so. Po.liceman
,Thompson, of the plaza beat, took the
child to the police station, but she could
tell nothing more than that her father's
name was Richardson and a search
through the (telephone list finally lo
cated him. He was called J.o the sta
tion and took the child home, explain
ing that she had been ill, which was
assigned as cause for her strange actions.
Common Sense Remedy.
The manufacturers of Electropodes
thin copper and inc plates, to be worn
in the shoes have hit upon a novel, but
extremely effective, method of treating
bodily ailments. Rheumatism, neural
gia, nervous headaches, insomnia, stom
ach and liver troubles, are quickly cor
rected and permanently cured, by means
of Electropodes.
If your druggist cannot furnish Elec
tropodes write to "Western Electropode
Co., 261 Los Angelas St., Los Angeles,
uai., ana tney will see anat you are sup
plied. If Electropodes faiL'to cure, the
?1.00 deposited with be returned.
The El Paso School for Girls has se
lected a location for the first three
years of dts existence. After that time
it is expected to havs a permanent home
for the educational institution. The
committee having the selection! of a site
for the school in charge has Leased the
three houses on Terrace street belong
ing to Mrs. Empress Arrington and they
will be fitted for the use of the school.
The announcement of the deal as
made Tuesday by Ij. E. Behr, chaUnnan
of the building committee, which is com
posed of himself, J. G. McNary and
Charles Newman. The selection was
made ofter the committee had examined
more than 10 prospective sites for the
location of the school, and will be used
until a permanent location is secured.
The buildings, which were leased by
the committee, consist of two 2 story
residences and a cottage. They will be
heated by a steam heating plant in
stalled for the group. Other changes
will alsoTe made to fit the building
for the use of the new school fpr girls
of Etl Paso and the southwest.
SOLDIER MAKES
STRONG STATEMENT
TRAVELEVG E2a ?ASOAXS.
Report of Auditors of School
Books Withheld by Presi
dent Carpenter.
Monday night the school board met.
accepted the resignation of W. L. Too-
ley, which has been In for some time
and selected Robert L. Dorbandt to fill
the vacancy. I
The report of the auditors, which is I
200 pages in length, was read and an
adjournment was taken until next Mon
day night when the teachers will be
elected for next year and the matter
of summer salaries will be decided
upon. Last year this matter was' left I
entirely to the internal committee, but j
the present board will discuss it as a
vihole before it is passed upon.
When a Herald reporter asked presi
dent H. A. Carpenter for the report
of the auditors Tuesday morning, he
declined to show it, stating: "The grand
jury requested that we present this re
port to It and we cannot give It to you
until after they have had it."
KANSAS WOMAN BUILDS
FORT STOCKTON HOUSE
OSI ALLEN'S F80T-EA5E,
The antiseptic powderto be shaken into the shoes.
If jon havetiredj aching feet, try Allen's Foot-Ease.
It rests the feet and makes new or tight shoes easy.
Ceres aching, swollen, hot, sweating feet. Relieves
corns and bunions of all pam and gives rest and
I Try it to-day. Sold everywhere, 23 cts. Don't
acdress Allen S. Olmsted, Ls Roy, X. Y.
May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any of tne following -places:
KANSAS CITY. MO.-The Tom
News Co.. Hotel Baltimore News
stand, Coates House News stand.
ST. PAUL,, MINN. Tne Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Tha "Wesf
hotel.
DENVER, COLO. The Brown Pal
ice, the Albany, S. "Widom and "West
ern News stands.
SEAXTLE, "WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenue
Eouth and "Washington street: also
southeast corner of Second avenue and
Cherry street, near Alaska building.
Aclne News Co.
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Ce.
wagons, Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Louis Book
store. At am Rosenthal, S3 5 Houston
street.
MEMPHIS, TENN. World Yoma
News Co.
MEXICO CITY Blue Book Store. The
Aztec. '
CHLKUAHUA, MEXICO Roberto
Schneider. American Photo and Sta
tionery Co.
JIMENEZ, MEX. Parral Tfews Co.
PARRAL, MEX. Parral News Co.
CANANEA, MEXICO D. E. CbngeVa
News stand (La Mesa).
NB"W YORK Imperial Hotel Nen
stand; Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d street. l-9 Broadway. ;
"WASHINGTON. D. C. The Ralelsfc I
and the Ebbitt; Columbia News Ageacy
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North
ern News stands, yueen City News
stands and Empire Nas tands.
PHILADELPHIA The Bellevce. Ponn
News" Co.. 833 Pearce St ,
tflTTSBURii, PA. The Lincoln aH
the Schenley Park.
BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois.
Publishing' Company Also Lets Contract
for Building; Now Store and Other
Improvement Notes.
Fort Stockton. Tex., May 17. Mrs.
Dacy, who moved here from Kansas,
has let the contract to Stackhouse &
Curry, for the construction of three
residences, one a two story, to cost
about $7000. She will put down a well
to supply water for -the neighbor
hood. J. E. Lilly, of Commerce, Tex., who
has moved his family In his new house
north of Fort Stockton, will open a
stock of dry goods on Stockton street.
The Pioneer Publishing company has
let the contract for Its printing office
to Rev. Mr. Clark, and when completed
it will instal uptodate machinery to
cast over $1500.
James Rooney is havipg a deep well
bored on the old Fort addition to fur
nish water to the hotel and other es
tablishments. The commissioners court met Mon
day to equalize the taxes of the county.
J. B. Cope, who ha! delivered the last
of his cattel expects to retire from
the business.
F. A, Hornbeck, of Kansas City, gen
eral townslte agent for the Kansas City,
Mexico and Orient .railway, has bought
additional real estate in Fort Stock-
tea.
John Lynch, Is an Inmate of the
Soldiers Home at Monte Vista, Colo.
In a recent communication, which he
desires to be giv&n the widest possible
publicity, he says:
"Cooper's New Discovery medicine
was a Godsend to me, and I am recom
mending it to ray old comrades ha the
Home here I Bad stomach and llvec
trouble for years. My sleep was so bro
ken that I never ot a good night's rest.
My entire system became affected. 1
felt weak and tired out jtffi the t&ne, and
was declining rapVdly In spite of treat
ment by doctors ltx6. other remedies
which I used. For twenty years I took
more or less medicine of various kinds,
with little benefit.
"I was finally Induced to try Cooper's
New Discovery, and it has mado me
sound and well- There is not assign of
liver nor stomach trouble left, and I feej
wonderfully strengthened and invigor
ated.M All the vital org.ns, the blood and
nervous system, the -cuperatlve forces,
are supported by th stomach, which ia ,
therefore the conservator of life and
health. "When the stomach has been
abused, all sorts of disorders ensue,
maladies of most kinds being due to de
rangement of its functions. Indigestion
and dyspepsia are the most common re
sults. The liver becomes Inactive, cre
ating biliousness and worse; the bowels
become constipated, and their failure to
out the fecal matter poisons the entire
system. The kidneys also pay the pen
alty of this neglect suffering and dis
ease soon gain control.
If your health ia not all that it should
be, get a treatment of Cooper's New
Discovery at oace. Don't delay; the
germs of disease work all the time. "We
are agents for the Cooper medicines.
Kelly & Pollard.
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SEE IT THIS SUMMER.
Coroeado Tent City
The best place in all Cali
fornia to spend your Summer
vacation. Good general store
and meat market. Delicates
sen, abundance of good Traits
and vegetables. Firstclass
cafe, restaurant and lunch
counter.
OPENS SATURDAY, JUNE IS.
CoroEado Teat City Band.
Boatius:, FihiHK
BATHING, Children's Pool
Bowling:, Danciugr,
Fine 700 Foot Pier.
New $30,000 Pavilion
"Write at once for Booklet Giving Full Information.
J. S. Hammond, Mgr., Coronado ent City, Coroaado Beach, Cal.
Or H. F. NORCROSS, 334 S. Spring St. Los Angeles.
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BLACK RANGE COMPANY ADDS
3IACHINERY AT CHLORIDE.
The Biack Range Reduction com
pany Is having- surveys made near the
hot springs, in the vicinity of Monti
cello, preliminary to the instalation of
electric maehinerj- for producing about
zuu norsepower ior tne company s
properties in the north bend of the
Black Range district.
The owners of the Gpld Dollar prop
erties expect to instil a large plant
of maehinerj, including an air com
pressor and other Surface equipment
soon.
A. telephone line has been completed
a "distance of about three miles from
the office of the TJ. S. Treasury Co.,
at Chloride, to the company's main
workings at shaft Xo. 1.
AUTOMOBILE HOUSE FOR SALE.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
$125,000 yearly automobile business
for sale. .Five agencies of standard
make cars. Five years business pres
tige. Best automobile business in soutu
west, also automobile supply hpuse,
complete line. Must sell in next thirty
days. Write or wire C. 2d. Barber &
Co., Bl Paso, Texas.
RICH SAYS THE
TRUST IS BUSTED
TEXAS MINERAL PRODUCTION.
VT. Phillips says in the Mining Sci
entific Press that in 27 years, ending
with 190S, the mineral output of Texas
had amounted In value to $151,676,346.
He estimated the output for 1909 at
Slo.OOOOOO' additional. He also says
the Presidio silver mine at Shafter Is
famous; the El Paso tin deposits show
distinct " promise, the Plateau zinc
properties are now shipping, and the
discovery of an adequate water supply
has put mining in the Quitman moun
tains on a new basis.
Confirms Advices Prom STew
York That Managers
Are Organized.
Frank Rich, who returned today from
L.os Angeles, where he signed a com
pany for the summer season at the El
Paso Adrdome, confirms The Herald's
New York advices that the theatrical
managers of the country uave at last
formed an organization which will suc
cessfully combat the booking trust.
"In future," he said, "the .bl Paso
theater will be open for all attractions
bound to or from the coast and wjiI play
them regardless of whether they arts
backed by the trust or the Shuberts.
The managers of the country have at
last freed themselves from the domina
tion of the booking agents. "We are
doing our own booking and acting direct
with producers of shows."
Mr. Rich's new company, headed by
Ollie Mack, noted as one of the Murray
and Mack team, will reach here Wed
nesday from California, for rehearsal
preparatory to opening the Airdome
next Tuesday evening.
rTew Caples Building Takes - g. waiz building 1.90
Rate of 62 Cents WMe the I MuncyblbYoCk ".'.'.'.I'.'.'.'.'.'.', til
Springer -Store Takes Rate j SrSSLi V I: IS
of $1.07 and Coles Block lSTZ,..::::::::
S1.92. Plaza block 2.20
. i Orndorff hotel 2.40
The chamber of commerce insurance MascnIc temple 1.60
committee is at wor. on the report ; Springer building 1.40
which is to he matte to the- directors of ' Buckler building .. 1.60
the chamber of commerce Wednesday j These risks are all of the brick and
afternoon. In this report the recom- j wod construction which prevailed in
mendations of the committee arfbointed ' Paso before the advent of the nsw
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commerce, the Retail Merchants league
and citizens at the chamber of com
merce Friday evening, will be made as
to the best method of proceeding
against the enforcement of the new
rates.
In the course or Its work gathering
this data. Interesting comparisons, of the
old and new rates are shown. The rates
which f6rmerly applied under the Hart
ford tariff and the new rates as ap
plied by the rating book recently sent
out, ace as follows on a number of well
known buildings downtown:
Hartford Xew
Building Rate Rate
First National bank bldg. $1.65 $3.12
concrete method of building.
The Concrete BnlldlHgj.
The Caples building, the only one of
the new type of building to which a
rating has been applied in the new rat
ing book, takes a rate of 62 cents for
the building and 65 for the contents. Xo
rate has vet been applied to the new Rio
Grande building. A comparison of the
rate with some of the old style brick
and wood construction buildings down
town, showsthe difference in rates on
the new style structure and the old.
On account of H. J. Slater, chair
man of the committee, being at Cloud
croft, W. E. Anderson was made chair
man and J. F. Williams was appointed
to fill the vacancy on the committee-
DEATHS AND BURIALS. f- livLIn.F ? 25 ? h?r
inn r -ii. .11. n iiiivn 1 it 1 . iyTTir
RUSH FOR MEXICAN GOLD.
There has been a rush, says the
Torreon (Mex ) Enterprise, at the min
ing agency in the ,Santa Maria de Oro
district. A prominent mining man who
came to Torreon to buy supplies states
a number of new mining claims have
been taken up. The properties are rich
In gold, silver and copper.
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PARRATj CAMP PRODUCTION.
The approximate production of the
Parral camp for last week was 11,490
tons, of which 3670 tons were shipped
to the smelters and 7820 tons were
treated in local mills.
Any man or
woman suffer-
CELEBRrarring from con-
vSTOMACHstipatea bowels
or imperfect di
gestion will be
benefited by
the Bitters. It
is for
Sick Headache,
Sour Stomach,
Indigestion,
Constipation
and Malaria.
TALKING PICTURES.
The Majestic will reopen Sunday
night with human talking pictures.
Frank Rich, who has just returned,
closed a contract while away for the
greatest novelty tnat has ever been
seen in the picture business, he says a
company of actors who have played all
the principal theaters of the country un
der the management of A R. oleman,
will play the comedies and dramas and
make the entertainment one of the mos't
novel of the century, he declares.
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If you want the best
meats at the lowest
prices, call
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Both Phones
MEXICAN SMUGGLERS
S"WIM THE RIVER
Chinamen Are Captured But
Men Who Smuggled
Them, Escape.
"Safe."
A line of Chinese characters, much
resembling a laundry sign, but meaning
"safe," was found written on paper
slips carried by each of the seven Chi
namen arrested Monday night by immi
gration Inspectors.
From their station near the stand
pipe, inspectors Keep and White wit
nesed a party of celestials fording the
Rio Grande from the Mexican side.
When the men arrived they were
promptly siezed bj' the officers. Two
Mexicans formerly unnoticed, leaped
back into the water and started for
Mexico. It is alleged that they were 1
minus their clothes. The seven Chinese
are now in jail.
In the possession of each Chinaman
wasfc mysterious piece of paper bearing
its hen scratch of assurance. It Is ex
plained by the officials that the paper
Is a waybill, to have been returned the
king smuggler In case of a successful
passage.
MRS. J. R. SALAS.
Mrs. J. R. balas, wife of a merchant
tailor of that name, died at midnight
Monday, at the family residence, 611
South Virginia street- Mrs- Salas had
been ill six months- She was a native
of Las Cruces, and is survived by seven
children. Mrs. Salas was -II years of
age. Funeral services will be held at
3 oclock Wednesday in the Sacred Heart
church.
MISS MARIE 3IcGXv.IIi.
Funeral services for Miss. Marie Me
Grail, who died at San Antonio May 14. I
were held Tuesday afternoon an El
Paso at the Immaculate Conception
church. Interment was made in Ever-
street. For three years she had lived
dt the St. Frances home In San Antonio,
FORMER S3IEITErt MANAGER
PLANS MINE IMPROVEMENTS.
Robert S. Towne and associates, who
I are owners of the Flojonales copper
mines In the Hidalgo district. Mexico,
are figuring on the erection of a smel
ter near Bncarnacioa to treat their
ores and also for custom smelting. An
electric railway to Sayn, on the Na
tional, is also planned. The Flojon
ales mines were purchased, says the
Torreon Enterprise, last year from W
R. Vacher and associates, for $100,000.
The Towne Interests had the mines
for some time before purchase and
spent a large sum in exploration and
development. Mr. jTowne was the or-
green cemetery.
Miss McGrail, who was 6S years
f iginal manager and inaugurator of the
of El Paso smelter.
Crisp, Golden Brown
its of Corn
Pos
WOMAN CHARGED WITH INSANITY.
Mrs. Paukin was arrested Tuesday
morning by the police and a charge of
Insanity registered against her at the
police station. She was formerly em
ployed as a domestic at the home of
postmaster J. A. Smith but left several
weeks ago. She returned Tuesday. morn
ing and attempted to take possession of
her old room.
TJ. S. STEWART IMPROVES.
U. S. Stewart, president of the City
National bank, who has been In Port
land, Oregon, for the benefit of his
health, is planning to spend the summer
in Honolulu. Mr. Stewart is much Im
proved in health and has almost entirely
recovered from the etiects of the nerv
ous breakdown, which caused him to re
lire from active business.
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Old and Young-.
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Packages 10 cents and 15 cents. Sold by Grocers.
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