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EL PASO HERALD
MS - Wednesday, 'August 24, 1910. epuoiic bin , These wafers are entirely hand made and in their manufacture only the hestand highest grade of in-" gredients are used. Packed in one and one-fourth pound tin boxes. 50c each Grant's Hygenic Crackers A Daily Regulator. A weeb-'s trial of these cejebrated Crackers will convince you, eaten daily in place of bread will help keep the system in "perfect order. Eeeom mended by all leading physicians and sold by Wat son :s Grocery. 20c per box Select Bartlett Pears, 40-lb. boxes -. .$1.50 Herring in Tomato Sauce, fine for lunch 25c Preserved Bloaters, imported, per can 35c Brpiled Mackerel, per can 35c Cape Shore Corned Codfish, per can ;.20c Dried Boneless Herring, per can. .' 15c IPresh Haddocks, per can .. : : .35c Pish Balls, in Pish Buillon, per can. '. : . . .25c I INSURGENTS IN CONTROL' Their Victory Is Complete. Gen. Estrada to Call an Election Soon. BHBHfiHBIHnnCflHMVHDHHIBMHiSHHBHESBmBEBCnBeiaBanBCHUESiaE HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS ATO VEGETABLES Phone 15L 210-212 Texas St AntollSL pypircflr I I JE I 1 I ft HI . 1 1IIH lift m mm s EL EL PASO 0 ME&rtJAMTGL Managua, Nicaragua, A.ug. 24. The victory of the insurgents la complete and the wor is believed to be at an end. Estrada's Iecree of Peace. In a lengthy decree, Jose Dolores Es trada. who temporarily assumed the reins of government -when Madriz va cated his office, and fled the country, gives full recognition to the provision al government formed at Bluelields last year -with his brother, Gen. Juan Es trada as president. In doing so, however, he stipulates that a regular and free election for the office oS chief executive must be held within six months. The decree also names the members of a commission, the duty of which "will be to dra-w up and have signed by the hostile factions a permanent treaty of peace. In part the instrument follows: "As a congressman and provisional president of the republic and by vir tue of my legal faculties, and realizing the necessity to put to an end the bloody civil war that is exhausting us, I, Jose Dolores Estrada, do decree: "First, to recognize as the provision al government of Nicaragua the one started by the revolution at Bluefields on October 10, of last year, of which the provisional president is Juan Es trada. Peaco Commission Xanied. "Second, the appointment of a com mission of peace, composed of Rafael Cabrera, Salvatore Castrlllo, Hildebran Castellon, general Leon Castillo and Thomas Martinez, Tvhich will make known this oecree to the military com mander oftiie revolution, agreeing to a suspension of hostilities until the ar rival of the new president at the cap ital. "Third, that if the commission shall meet Gen. Estrada en route to the cap ital, it is empowered to sign a conven tion of peace in accordance 1th this decree and will ask for a conference with this executive at once at a con venient place. "Fourth, that in case Gen. Estrada Already one large warehouse is filled with new fall goods. Another has been secured. By the time our tem porary quarters are ready we will have a fall stock worthy in every way of the Calisher Store. The insurance on our former stock was adjusted this morning and we become the owners of the Salvage. This Salvage will be put on sale at our temporary location, 107-111 N. Stanton Street. An nouncement of this sale will be made just as soon as we can get g in snape. 111 Stanton Previous to the completion of our new building the Calisher business will be conducted at 107 All N. Stanton St. (formerly occupied by the E. B. t Welch Co.) Remodeling will be pushed night and day. We have many difficulties to overcome, but confidently expect to maintain the Calisher standard even in our temporary location. TO T pi Hesponsas l iAs-LS' EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto. Made, Repaired and Exchanged. iS6S - We store goods. Opp. Postcace, across Plaza Bell 1034 Bell 608 & 62S A. E. RYAN & CO. g Auto 1068 212 SAN ANTONIO -ST. OPEN ALL NIGHT. E R BURT0N-LESG0 CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS., BELL 50; AUTO 1050 307 S.Ei Paso St, We will move with Young's El Paso Furniture Co. to 307 S. El Paso St. "We make Awnings, Tents, and "Everything That's Canvas." All work guar anteed and at a cheaper price. Auto. 18S2. El Paso Sheet Met ai Works Cornices Bell 548 321 Texas Street. Spouting Aato 1148 Skylights "Let us give yon an estimate.' Roofing Awning Shades and Curtains For Residence and Business Houses. Bell Tent and Camp Supplies. Auto. 2044. El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Pa3C St , 2044. i is too iar away irom trie iront, me i j commission is authorized to -propose to the military chiefs that they select a person "who in the name of the revolu tion and associated with the provisional executive, shall organize a governmen tal junta to act as the supreme power until the arrival of president Estrada. Election in Six Months. "Fifth, that Gen. Estrada must call avfree election for the office of presi dent of the republic -within a reason able time, not to exceed six months, said election to be in accordance with the principles of the Liberal and Con servative parties. "Sixth, that if any of the commis sioners chosen are unable to accept this humanitarian and patriotic mis sion the remaining commissioners "will j choose substitutes with full powers to act. (Signed.) "Jose Dolores Estrada, "A. Falla, Subsecretary." Senor Estrada said he would await the return of the peace commissioners to Managua, when the revolutionary and government soldierls would be dis armed and sent to their homes. The ad vance gnard of the provisional arms consisting of 100 cavalry, has arrived here. The acting president issued instruc tions that beginning September 1, corn, bans. Tice, lard, ugar, flour, kero sene, gasoline, candles, soap, tallow oils, acids and disinfectant be given free en try into the, republic Confirmation of Chance. Mexico City, Aug. 24. In further j confirmation of the surrender of the 1 presidency of Nicaragua bv Madriz to Jose Dolores Estrada, Santiago Ar guello, one of the special envoys ap pointed to represent Nicaragua at the The salvage sale should be looked forward to with great expectancy. This salvage stock is now being as sorted. We can promise you in advance bargains of an unusual character will be offered. m. m cr JWl O cation J.Calisher Dry-Goods Co. Caecc?9 Bell 18 G 1a !ra Smith Ice Cream Co. FAMILY ORDERS PRGMPTLY DELIVERED. BeU-20- CARR DIIUQ CO. t.102. 202 Tezag St. "' SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES. Sfa EL PASO BRIOC CO. ? HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery HACK and BAGGAGE "Will he up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices. 116 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men. Bell 1 Auto 1001 5 BAGGAGE and MOVING 1& "We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price. . BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966 .sole agent fqr TH: fcASy RUNNING WHITE Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings HI T!?W APT CASH 0R CREDIT . j. i31JLffIl Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St Bell BCT1I1 O tf f t" S38 I E? 5- ui to n -!. &n niKAL r n w mfk a ja nni fm u "w .! UftWMaiE ....wta- 12?1 ' Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309'e. Overland St. Use the AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates. RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT. Special Candy Sale Cents a Poun Orange and Lemon 20c lb WEDNESDAY OITLY CONFECTIONERY COMPANY, I C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr. 206 N. Oregon St . Phone 347 Special Shirt Sal HENRY MOHR CUT RATE HARDWARE 300 S. El Paso St. Guns, Ammunitio. Wacon Cavers. RniiriT-c tto.o ni.. kinds Saddles Harness. Cutlery Tens O Paint. Etc $3.50 Shirts, now $2.65 8"jjjj) Shirts, now'$1.8S $2.00 Shirts, now $1.50 $1.50 Shirts, now $1.15 $1.25 Shirts, now $1.00 E. & W., Cluett and Monarch Brands Mexican centennial ceremonies, received a telegram from Madriz, statins that he had taken such action. Arguello declared that he would con tinue to act in the capacity in which he came here regardless of the change in administration. Reuben Darlo, the other envoy appointed by the Madriz government, has not yet arrived in Mexico. Americans Safe. New York, Aug. 24. A cablegram re ceived late Tuesday from Juan Estrada, now occupying the presidency of Nie arragua, states that no Americans have suffered loss of life or property In Managua. tinued that the Chinaman might pursue his search for "lost papers," which was in vain. A TAX MAY BE PLACED OK SENG CHIXA3IAX DEPORTED. . "Woo Hung, arrested by immigration officials on the charge of being Ille gally in the United States, was arraign ed before United States commissioner George B- Olliver Tuesday afternoon and oidered deported. The case was set for a number of days ago and was con- I Poor, Harchvorked, Overbur dened Keno Men Are in Pear and Trembling. Suggestion that the Mexican federal NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT 'wiRES MUST GO UNDERGROUND. Throujrh the police department, com panies having telephone, telegraph and trollev wires and poles within the busi ness section of the citv have been no tified that the eity will require their l wires to be placed underground, benn- government may ask for a piece of nin two years from the time of the j -money which daily leaves the pockets coiincH's order, three weeks ago. Xo j of ..nIVAf... MTMf K.. -. ,- wie E1 pasoans has thrown the keno element tne j of Juarez into a turmoil of misgiving. I It has not been done, but suppose It objections on the part of any of companies have been received" b city. CITY COUNCIL HOLDS will be. I A TATT QTf n fm fnn-A.M.4..-. "I- A. . y, i. tfFimsavW'SSr JESS'S Members of the citv council were m ! nr.un ir t.. -r . . ,, ,. c , , , , i "".-iu .ucuvu, w&nea Juarez on nis consultataon for several hours Tuesday ' periodical trip of inspection It is afternoon, discussmjr matters which are J said that z-e visiting official raised the to cor.e up for decision at the recnilar question., "why are not the keno games f-' meeting to be held Thursday lotteries?" Ditnr, Quonr Lee Fonor Hy Sing Quen, Quong Hing Wah, Wing Wah Hlng, Quon Ye Wah and Hing Ying. FIGHTING-NEGRO IS CALLED COWARD Sam Langford, the negro pugilist of Boston who has Incurred the Tasting wrath of Philadelphians by refusing re cently to fight Al jKaufman, after week morning. Hal Chase Back In the Game I There is a federal tax on lnttorv gambling, always has been. It applies in general to the national lottery, a form of ticket gaming. The difference between buying a lottery ticket and playing a lottery by placingbuttons in a row heretofore has been vast enough to exempt the Juarez keno houses from other than city and state taxes. In interest of the poor, overburdened keno promoters of Juarez, It Is under stood that a defegate will be .sent to argue with the federal tax department at the' national capital. The federal tax on lotteries is 5 percent of the ctos re- ceipts, and would mean terrible hard ship to the struggling Juarez gamblers, Yet it is hardly feared that the new : tax. if levied, will mean the depriving i of El Paso youth of spending weekly I pay money in placing buttons in a row for the. benefit of the men who conduct the game. v ii' s...r. . v&i.' Hnl Chave, the Yankee enptnin, who Is expected to rejoin the team nt the first Hrnme to be placed on the Hilltop. The absence of Chase has been xeriously felt, anil his return is looked forward to aj carrying ulth it tenfold more as surance of Yankee "victory than before SEVEN CHINESE ARRESTED c - ON GAMBLING CHARGES. Constables Make Raid on South Oregon Street Homes of Chinamen and Arrest Seven Celestials. Seven Ohirtamen were arretted Tues-diiA- night by constables Brown und Hinckley, all on chirgcs of gaminr. The arrests were made on South Ore son street. The ehanres were sworn to by Mar Lee Chung, head of the faction winch nn tseen opposing ilar Wing Kee and his tong. The cases have been set for FonfTav afternoon, to be heard in histice Wat- l sun s cuuri. t nose arrested are: Qupnir Xv j'W :f N9HMHiSsv r Baaat W$fc v, J SiY, mMzt. v T T& Av .-. v llip'--, ml . .- iA. of preparation and with no notice until a few hours before the fight was to come off. Some say the back-down was the result of a dispute over monev and others ascribe it to a "yellow streak." 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