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Wednesday, May 18, 1910.
tgffHf11 .--, THWHini li t ? ' hrti Tropical Weight Clothes 1 rn gSg. mmnitj j$ P s 'VH rS xfos sapP wi w?ml j Everything to Wear From Neve Mexico. At the Sheldon It. J. Snowden, Albu querque; D. E. Fortus, Tecolote; H. Vincent Wallace and wife. Bent. At the An&elus J. Tfeonault, L.as Cruces. At the Orndorff H. Nordberg, Dern ins. At the Zieger Albert LiindaneT, Co lumbus; O. M. Lee, Sacramento Eanch; C D. Nelson, Deming; J. R- Xiucero, Las Cruces. "Prom AriroBa. At the Sheldon John P "Hampton. Clifton; Rapier R. Coghlan, Roosevelt; Thomas O'Neill, Roosevelt; Rex W. Dun lap, Ray; M. A. Peterson, Bisbee. At the Angelus James Ashley, Tuc son; G. W. Moore, Tucson; J. C. Mur phy, Douglas. At the Zeiger G. A. Coffey, Douglas; If you are not satisfied after using according to directions two-thirds of a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, you can have your mon ey back. The tablets cleanse and in vigorate the stomach, improve the di gestion, regTilate the bowels. Give them a trial and get well. Sold by all dealers. I IOT HOW CHEAP RUT HOW GOOD. 1 I AT THE BLUMENTHAL COEKSE. I People In El Paso Hotels Halley vs. Holmes Halley's Comet IS ON THE MOVE Holmes Cleaning Works HAS GOT TO MOVE The prices we are now giving on Cleaning should keep us moving to get it out 2 Piece Suits Cleaned For $1.50 DYEING oime DfJCi Southwestern Distributors for A. G. SPALDING & BROS. Athletic Goods. SHOES CAPS GLOVE SOFTENER TOE PLATES HEEL PLATES SLIDING PADS BALLS BATS MASKS GLOVES iJITTS UNIFORMS Send for Illustrated Catalog. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. W. G. WALZ COMPANY 101-103 SI Paso Street. - ' - F5 - zg3g Yes, it's hot, but that's no reason why you should have to feel like a baked apple. Ever try on our Tropical weight- clothes? They are made of light, cool, thin fabrics, some of them quarter lined and all as "comfy" as any clothing can be. Made by the very best tailors, and offered in many styles and all sizes to men who know the secret of keeping cool. In boys' suits we have never shown such values before. Just try one and you'll always buy of us. for Men and Boys. Tom Hood, Douglas; Been Copple, Doug las; Fred Moore, Douglas; S. R- Marga rell, Douglas; A."W. Lofton, Douglas; R. G. BIllups, Douglas. At the Grand Central R. R. Smith, Tucson. From Texas- At tha Sheldon-tto Elliott, Big Springs. At the Angelus George W. Ames, Comstock; Mrs. Ben B. Jones, Seguin; MrsfSranch Jones; Sguuv. At the Orndorff H. S. Glerin and wife, Shafter; P. F. Moore, Dallas. At' the Zelger Hiram Apel, MIneola; J. A. Martin, jr., Toyah; W. Bu Roberts, Llano. At the' Grand Central H. C. Daugh crK'. Valentine. At St. Regis H. M. Coleman, Mineral j From Mexico. At the Sheldon Chris Moffat, Pear son; E. W. Hockley, wife and children Sonora. At the Angelus C. W. Carpenter, Chihuahua. At the Orndorff Eduard R. Puenles, ING WORKS J f.liL SCORE BOOKS SUPPORTERS PROTECTORS BASES GUIDES ETC. El Paso, Texas. Chihuahua; Manuel A. Ramsey, Chi huahua; A. Munoz,, Cnihuahua. At the Zeiger Barnes W. Taylor, Casas Grandes. At the Grand Central Demetrio Gar mendis, Parral; Hbrado N de Garmen dls, Parral; Marin Avela, Parral; Jose fina Serret, Parral. At the St Regis B. M. Reckhart, Mapaunl. From the Pacific Coast. At the Sheldon F. W. "Wakefield, San rrancseo; Mrs. Hraard, Los An geles; Louis Valla, Los Angeles. At the Grand Central L Van Horn, Portland Ore ; R. P. Garland, Onlano, Cal. At the St. Regis E. M. Russell, San Franoisco; J. C. Regan. San Francisco. From New York. At the Sheldon Ike Need; H. Ham burger; E B Griggs.. At the St. Regis A. Chester Beattv; "W. TV. Lawson; R. Stroller and wife. From Chicago. At the Sheldon W. R. Ealison, N. P. Hall. At the Angelus T. TV. White, T. X. Jones. At the Orndorff C. T. Jones. At the Grand Central John Bamber- ber. j. From MissonrJ. At thA Sheldon G. Sickel, St. Joseph; J. H- Darnsife, Kansas City; A. L. "White, Kansas City; M. J. Morrin, Kan sas City. At the Zieger R. B. Pegrnm, Kan sas City. At St. Regis A. Hart, St. Louis. From Everywhere. At the Sheldon F. O McCune. Den ver, Colo.; F. R. Larelle, Denver, Colo, E. D. Bradford, Denver, Colo.; William A. Lamb, Denver, Colo. At the Angelus J. E. Kirksen, Hot Springs, Ark. At the Orndorff Edward McConnel, jr., Omaha, Neb , J. "W. Harrison, Oma ha, Neb , H. C. Doolittle, Denver, Colo.; Sade Larabee. Stafrord, Kans ; O. C. Barreos, Denver, Colo.; C. A. Melln, Denver, Coio. At the Grand Central H. J. Sloss and daughter, Meade, Kans.; James J. Carn gan, St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. A. B. Brandt, Denver, Colo. St. Regis A. B. Eagan, Philadelphia, Pa.; E. W. Redpth, Boston,. Mass.; W. Sloan, North Dakota; E. L. Chambhn, New Orleans. La. YOUTHFUL TELEGRAPH OPERATORS UNDER BAN. Denison, Tex., May 18. Telegraph headquarters of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas railway here today received orders from president Allen, of St. Louis, that no more telegraphers under 18 years of age are to be emploj'ed. This Is to avoid accidents, it is said. METHODISTS 1Y0T7IO BE DRAWN CLOSER TOGETHER. Asheville, N. C, May 18. The confer ence here today adopted the report of the committee on church relations, recommending that the Methodist Epis copal church south and the Methodist Episcopal church north and the Metho dist protestant church be brought into closer relations. TWENTY YEARS FOR MURDER. Waxahachie, Tex., May 18. Dave Sex ton, a negro charged with killing Will Blackshear, another negro here on April IS, was convicted today of murder in the second degree and given 20 years in the penitentiary. IRRIGATION ENTHUSIAST. George Arnet, a business man of Al buquerque, .arrived In the city Wednes day morning. Mr. Arnet was o&e of the members of the Albuquerque irriga tion meeting who championed the cause of the Elephant Butte dam and turned the indignation meeting into a love, feast for irrigation. ACCUSED OF THEFT. Francisco Gasbo, charged with theft under $50, was arrested by the police Wednesday morning. He is alleged to have stolen a cheese from a Santa Fe box car. A. L. French, a special officer repre senting the Denver & Rio Grande rail way, is in El Paso. One had Face Covered with Itching Eruption Eyesight was Affected Raw, Itching Humor Spread Over the Other from Head to Feet in a Single Day Dreadful SKIN-TORTURES YIELD . TO EASY TREATMENT "In 1907 my face broke out in a mass ot itching sores which finally affected g my eyesight. I tried a several highly recom : mended salves that cost one dollar an. ounce, but to no avail. A friend of mine urged me to try Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment as he was sure of good results from his own experi ence. I used the Cuticura Ointment for about six weeks, after "washing thoroughly with the Cuticura Soap. My face is in perfect health now which I owe to the Cuticura Remedies. I shall always stand by them as one of the greatest blessings to the suffering thousands. Arthur D.Gridley, 532 Dean St., Brooklyn, N, Y., Apr. 9, 1909." "In the middle of the night of March 30th I woke up with a burning itch in my two hands and I felt as if I could pull them apart. In tho morning the itching had got to my chest and during that day it spread all over my body. I was rea and raw from tho top of my head to the soles of my feet and I was in continual agony from tho itching. I could neither lie down nor sit up. I happened to see about Cuticura Reme dies and I thought I would give them a trial. I took a good bath with the Cuti cura Soap and used the Cuticura Oint ment. I put it on from my head down to my feet and then went to bed. On the first of April I felt like a new man. The itching was almost gone. I con tinued with the Cuticura Soap and Oint ment and during that day the itching completely left me. Frank Gridloy. 325 E.43rd St., New York City, Apr. 2709. Complete External and Internal Treatment for Eery Humor o Infanta. Children and Adults con sists ot CuUcura SoaD (25c ) to Cleanse the Skin. Cut'cura Ointment (50c ) to Heal the Skin and Cuti cura Resolvent (50c). (or In the form of Chocolate Coated Pills 25c per vial of 60) to Purify the Blood Sold throushout the world. Potter Dcup .fc-Chem. Corp.. Sole Props , 135 Columbus Ave.. Boston. Masa lalled Free. 32-pa;e Cuticura Rook, aa author ity oa treatment of bkin and Scalp Diseases. ' TWO BROTHERS ' a Purify Your Biood The cause of pimples, boils and oth er eruptions, as well as of that tired feeling and poor appetite, which are so common in the spring, is impure and impoverished blood. The best way to purify and enrich the blood, as thousands of people know by experience, is to take Hood's Sarsaparllla Accept no substitute, but insist on having Hood's. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs, Representative of State In surance Department Is Coming. v To consider the increase in fire insur ance rates and the best method of hav ing a reduction made in the ratings for El Paso, the Retail Merchants' league and the directors of the chamber of commerce met Wednesday afternoon for special sessions. The Retail Merchants' league met at 2:30 to discuss the best means of having the rates reduced and at 4 oclock the board of directors heard the report of the special fire insurance committee which iwas appointed to investigate the increase and report to the directors the best methods to pursue in getting the El Paso rates reduced. ( A representative of the state fire rating board is ccpected to come to El Paso "within the next tnvo -weeks to consider tie complaints which are being made agjynst the increase in fire rates" for El Paso. It is not known definitely when the fire rating representative "will reach here as he is now on an investigation trip through the western part of the state and will reach El Paso as soon as his work in the other cities of west Texas is finished. Insurance Men Coming1. Representatives of the fire Insurance companies operating1 In Texas will ar rive in El Paso Thursday morning on the Texas & Pacific from Dallas to take up the complaints against the new rates which have just been put m effect. The representatives will make a thorough investigation of the rates here and the local fire insurance conditions and it is expected to get an equitable adjustment of the rating for this city from the in surance companies. TRAVELING 2a PASOAXS. JMay find the El Paso Herald on sale M o out nf nn fnlloTHn T1nrjMr KANSAS CITY. MO. The Torn News Co.. Hotel Baltimore News stand, Coates House News stand. ST. PAUD, MINN. Tne Hotel Ryan. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Ths West hotel. DENVER. COLO. The Brown Pd ice, the Albany, S. TVldom and West ern Nws stands. SEATTLE, WASH. International News Agency, corner of First avenue south and Washington street; also southeast corner of Second avenue and Cherry street, near Alaska building. Aclne News Co. OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co. wagons, Hale News Co. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Book store. At Sam Rosenthal, S3C Houston street. MEMPHIS, TENN. World Toma News Co MEXICO CITY Blue Book Store. The CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO Roberto Schneider. American Photo and Sta tionery Co. JIMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co. PARRAL. MEX. Parral News Co. CANANEA. MEXICO D. E. Conner's News stand (La Mesa). NEW YORK Imperial Horel Newi stand; Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad way and 42d slreet- 14G Broadway. WASHINGTON. D. C. The Raleigh and the Ebbitt; Columbia News Agency and Nahl News Agency. CHICAGCMAudttnrlum. Great North ern News stands, yueen City News stands and Empire Nft'ws stands. PHILADELPHIA The Bellevue. Pena News Co.. S3 3 Pearce St. tITTSBURG, PA. The Lincoln ar tho Schenlcy Park. BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois. PARIS FASHION HINT. i Scott & Thornton's New Store The maai looking for something cool and summery will find just what he wants in our store. For the Remainder of the Week WE ABE SELLING THE FOLLOWING- GARMENTS AT REMARKABLY Fw -tffc We are agents for SCOTT & SUITS MADE TO ORDER. n . li I a M g"'' . . ' ' ARRESTED ON PERJURY CHARG3 Witness Against J. P. Casey, Jr., Arrested on Deputy Constable's Complaint. "W. J. Powers, one of the principal witnesses in the case of C. I. Bell vs. J. P. Casey, 'jr., now being- tried before judg-e Harper, was arrested at noon Wednesday upon the charge of perjury. The complaint was filed before jus tice of the peace B. B. McClintock and the arrest was made by deputy con stable Henry Hinkley. Powers gave bond in the sum of $50 for his appearance at the preliminary hearing, which was set for "Wednesday evening before the justice of the peace. Powers was one of the principal wit nesses for Bell against J. P. Casey, jr. The suit of Bell was for a dissolution of partnership and for an accounting. The complaint against Powers was signed by Henry Hinckley, deputy con stable, on information and belief. MEXICAX SUICIDES. Corpus Christi, Tex., May IS. Ava lina Canales, 23 years old. Is dead as a result of a self inflicted rifle wound yesterdav. The inquest today resulted in a veridct of suicide. Canales lived near Piedras Pintas. IXCOIV FOREST IS REARRANGED. "Washington, D. C, May 18. The pres ident has by proclamation stripped 63, 648 acres from the Lincoln National forest of New Mexico and added 29,798 acres to the reserve. GAME POSTPONED. Tihe Detroit game at Boston in the American league was not played Wednes day on account of rain. El Faso People Should Not Walt Until It Is Too Late. The appalling death rate from kid ney disease is due in most cases to the ( fact that the little kidney troubles are usually neglected until they become serious. The slight symptoms give place to chronic disorders and the suf ferer goes graduallj into the grasp of diabetes, dropsy) Bright's disease, gravel or some other serious form of kidney complaint. If you suffer from backache, head achedizzy spells; if the kidney secie tions are irregular of passage and un natural in appearance, do not delay. Help ihe kidneys at once. Doan's Kidney Pills are especially for kidney disorders they cure where others fail. Over one hundred Thou sand people have recommended them. Here's a case at home: L. Hudson, 1317 E. Overland street, El Paso, Texas, says: "I, as well as other members of my family, have used Doan's Kidney Pills with satisfactory results. I was trouoled by dull pains In the small of my back, especially no ticeable when I sat down. I was finally J advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills and I did so, procuring a box at Kelly & Poulard's drug store. They gave mo tie desired relief and for that reason I can recommend them to- all kidney sutferers." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mi lburn Co., Buffalo. New York, bole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Visitors J f The Herald has provided a vis itors' gallery especially for the pleasure and interest of its patrons. Come in any time between 12:30 p. m. and 4:30 p. m. and see the best equipped newspaper plant in the south west. The Big Press Runs Between 3:30 and 4:30 No Press Room Secrets About Herald Circulation. SPECIAL OFFERINGS AT 215 SAN ANTONIO LOW PRICES. Men's fine Balbiiggan underwear, regular $1.25 suits Men's fine ribbed underwear, all colors, regular $1.25 suits Men's $1.25 to $1.50 shirts for remainder of the week, only 20 Per Cent Discount on the duett Coat shirts, Stetson and Eoelofs Hats. THORNTON a 15 eD an Antonio ox. AGENTS FOR GLOBE TAILORING CO. 5 rf m t H " "W i -t rL & i S S"0 - -- - m a&?' i i 1 liSL lHULLlUilUl JJPUifCK i Untied States Depository Capital and Surplus, $600,009.00 -- - OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: W. W. TUHXEY, Chairman. JOSHUA RAYNOLDS, President. . $ James G. McNarv, Vice-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. Cashier Jno. M- Ravcolds, Yice-President. EDGAR W. Assets WE SOLICIT YOUR C. R. MOREHEAD, President JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pxes. - L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't. T ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1&81. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000. A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY. CITY NATIONAL BANK EL PASO, TEXAS UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Ca ital, S150.000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00 ' OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons A G. Andreas E- Kohlberg B. BlmenthI J. F. Williams J- H. Mar YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED Rio GrandeValley W. W. Tnrcey, Prest. S. T. Turner, Vice Prest. W. Cooley, V. P. & Hgr. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS 1 f3j j51 t The Small Investor Xne smu.ll mveaiur & luuua ouuuiu uc aaicguaiueu , V Vr ,,-mrcj- pnncorToHcm Thin onmnn tit.- Vine fnr. BT.-; nished First Mortgages on has hundreds of customers Aith our methods and treatment. 's? AQUAS CALIENT-S VIA National Railways f Mexico Account Fiestas de San Marcos First class round trip tickets, $58.65, Mexican Cy. Second class round trip tickets, $28.40, Mexican Cy. Tickets on sale "at Union Station and. City Ticket office April 14th. to May 5th; return limit May 10th. El Paso, Texas. SI X1 .80c 1.00 S1.00 Suit Cases and Traveling Bags Francis J3. Gallagher, Aast. Cashier KAYSER, Cashier. BANKING BUSINESS GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Pres. Cash. Bank & Trust Co. W. E. Arnold, CasMer. F. M, Murchison, Asst. Czs. H. E. Christie, Secy. ileal Estate for years and it 'Sr; who are thoroughly satisfied JrS RAT TO . ' A. DULOHERY, City Passenger Agent. rnoro copraicnT zaio Br nctrrurCER CXCLUSIVE COPTBJCHT NEW OH UT.tHSJ) cu MH9a0WHe9MMHatiMIWVM9BWW?aMPn9i!HH