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Thursday, October 20, 1910.
RAILROAD KEWS. PANTS PRESSED WHILE YOU SLEEP Tomorrow, the Second 6 EL PASO HERALD Cur lr I V Grains Ill S-c -l . ff ose L Coat Sweaters We Are Showing Are certainly what you want to buy now. We also have some other Coat Sweaters at $3 that "will give you lots of substantial "wear. This is the store the onh' one where you can buy "Chesterfield"' suits and Overcoats. Bob Moore & Co. "THINGS FOR MEN" Opp. the P. 0. gWwr s I THIS PHYSICIAN HAD ECZEMA Dr. H. H. Griffith of Dayton, Texas, wrates:: I cured myself of eczema wirn Imperial Remedy and now use it in my practice. ' , "Imperial Remedy" is a nice, clean liquid, easily used; just pour a little on a piece of absorbent cotton and sop on the skin. All the itching-, burning or pain is immediately relieved. It penetrates the skin and goes to the seat of the trouble, purifies these parts; kills the germs, drives them to the surface and peels them off in the form of scales. The skin is then left pure and soft. Twenty-five years of continued suc cess proves the merits of this prepara tion. Thousands have been cured throughout Texas and tne South. Do not be annoyed with this malady an other day; go to the nearest drug store and sz-fil a bottle of Imperial Remedy. lf the druggist cannot supply you send us $1 and we -will send you a bottle by prepaid express. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston, Texas. AERESTS FOLLOW CTJLIACAN KILLING of the rurales along witn four others who were under suspicion. The wounded man is expected to die. He was a mozo in Mr. Ellick's employ, a man of hard character to whom suspicion attached because of the unusual revels in whicn he had indulged since the killing. An American who came in from tile scene of the crime today reports that there is little doubt the two who es caped will be -captured in the next few days and the full details of the crime be made clear. MEXICAN CATTLE Murdered American Miner. Presumably Shot for Pur- pose of Robbery. t Culiacan, Sin. Mex.. Oct. 20. The de tachment of rurales which was sent out from Culiacan by the secretary of state to investigate the killing of J. C. Ellick, ascertained that Mr. ElMck had made some display of the currency I e was taking out, in Santiago de los Ca ballecos, where ne secured the monev and openly stowed it away in a morral which he swung on the horn of his paddle. It was a monthly occurrence for him to take out approximately the same amount to pay his men at the mine. Following some clews which were se cured in" Santiago de los Caballeros. in dicating tnat a number of people at Alisitos, the point nearest Mr. Ellick's mine, could have connection with the killing as well as with certain oteer Irregularities -which had been noted for some time previous, It was decided to search their houses. At the approach of the rurales, three of the men tried to escape two of them successfully; the third being shot three times and dan gerously wounded fell into the hands 'FREE FROM TICKS A California Veterinarian Says They Are Almost Free From Disease. "Mexico is almost void of diseased stock," says Clyde Bruce Outhier, a California veterinarian, who is being employed on some of the largest Chi huahua ranches during the fall months. Dr. Outhier is at hotel Zeiger for a few days, but soon will leave for the Terrazas properties. "I am surprised at the absence of disease," he says. "Compared with Cali fornia and the east the conditions are excellent. It is not so much due to preventive methods as to the very newness of the country. Little stock from the states has been 'imported, and when that is begun the disease plagues will begin. I am not familiar with the conditions in the southwest, but Mexico strikes me as excellent field regarding the health of stock." Hot Clam Bouillon with salt sprays. Elite Confectionery Co. LOCKXEY FIRE DESTROYS XIXE BUSINESS HOUSES i Loss Is Estimated at $10,000; Important 3Iedlcal Case Results In a Hun. iury at Plainview. Plainview, Tex., Oct. 20. Fire at Loplfiiev destroyed nine business j houses on the east side of the square, causing a loss of about $10,000, partiy covered by insurance. The cause is unknown. i In Hale county court the case of the states vs. Otis A. Miller, a practitioner of suggestive therapeutics, charged with "illegally practicing medicine," aroused great interest, as it -was a test case for the entire state. It resulted in a hung jury. Sunset Route Instals Novel Department in Its Pull man Car Service. Here is a new wrinkle in travel lux ury, a wrinkle to get rid of wrinkles. Listen: "The travel stained tourist" of fic tion, will be confined to fiction here after, at least that portion of the tourists who come into El Paso over the G. H. For why, the G. H. has in stalled pressing and cleaning devices on the observation cars of trains 9 and 10. The devices have also been in stalled on trains 3 and 4 between El Paso and Los Angeles. The cleaning and pressing will be done" at night while all of the passengers are asleep and train porters will not be allowed to solicit trade. Hereafter one may place his shoes and his coat and trou sers outside of his berth and -wake up the next morning -with a brand new shine and a freshly pressed suit of clothes. Some class to this road, eh? No Longrer Any Excuse to Be Consti pated, "Weak Stomached, Keak Kid neyed, Weak Uvered, Brain Fassred, Thin or Haggard. NEW ROAD MAY BE BUILT TO GrUANACEVI Miners Want Ian Extension Prom the Town of Tepe- huanes and May Get It. Torreon, Mex., Oct. 20. The en gineer's plans and specifications for the new railroad from Tepehuanes to to Guanacevi, both in the state of Du rango, have been completed. A commis sion has been named to canvass the Guanacevi mining camp and determine just what amount of freight willbe shipped in the event the road is built. If a sufficient amount is pledged work will be commenced at once. The dis tance between the two points is about 75 miles. The road will also connect Durango City with a rich agricultural and tim ber district as well as the mining. The 'miners and business men of Guanacevi have been clamoring for a railroad for several years, and they are all will ing and ready to lend financial aid to the undertaking. Health Is Frgg Send Your I"aue and Address Touay For a Free Trial Package and Learn the Grand Truth. tgjpHAPPlWEg 3$ SOUTHWESTERN TO SHORTEN ITS TIME From one to two hours will be clip ped from the Southwestern's time be tween Los Angeles and Chicago, on trains 1 and 2, when a new time table is put into effect for those trains on October 30. The operating department of the road is now engaged in figuring out the new schedule. Coincident -with the change in sched ule for trains 1- and 2, a cafe "service will be placed on trains 1 and 2 east. o SERVES PAPERS IX SUIT AT STOCKHOLDERS' MEET. Ayers Sarsaparilla I Power - I Illinois Central Stockholders Have a Iiively Experience During the Annual Meetinpr. Chicago, 111., Oct. 20. Stockholders of tne Illinois Central railroad com pany were given a lively hour and a half at their annual meeting Wednesday through the efforts of attorney Max well Edgar. Holders representing 784,866 shares of stock were present. Mr. Edgar ar rived, armed with proxies for 60 shares, which enabled "him to takepart in the meeting. He was accompanied by two deputy sheriffs -who added to the con fusion by serving subpenas during every lull in the meeting on the various directors. The subpenas were in a suit for $10,000,000 damages, wnich Mr. Ed gar, constituting himself as attorney for the road, has started in the circuit court. The defendants to the suit are the directors of the road whom Edgar seeks to hold responsible for alleged financial loss through car repair "graft," general mismanagement and al leged rebating. . If you are sick or ailing- it is because the very foundation of your existence is gradually being dried up, the nerve force which radiates through every atom of your being is perishing. The brain and the nerves require nourish--ment just as much as the rest of the body. The marvelous discovery, Curo Grains of Life, puts the stomach and bowels in perfect condition, restores your vitality and' renews your old time strength and vigor by giving your nervous system the food it is craving. Rheumatism, neuralgia, headache, kid ney disease, liver trouble, catarrh qf the stomach and bowels, insomnia, and all weakened conditions of men and women quickly disappear, the hollows vanish, energy returns, and life is worth living once more. 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An improvement that results in a new tone-quality sweeter and clearer than ever before. Putting two selections on opposite sides of the same record means a saving in materials and labor and gives you two records in one almost, at the price of one. There's no two sides to this fact: that every Aictor Record, double-faced as well as single-faced, is a record of quality a musical masterpiece. Victor Double-faced Records 10-inch 75 cents; 12-inch $1.25. Victor Single-faced Records 10-inch 60 cents; 12-inch $1. Victor Purple Label Records 10-inch 75 cents; 12-inch $1.25. Victor-Red Seal Records 10- and 12-inch, $1 to $7. New Victor Records are on sale at all dealers on the 2Sth of each month. Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. To pet best results, use only Victor Needles on Victor Records. STFIWELL TRAIN FIRST TO CROSS THE NEW BRIDGE Orient President Sajs Del Rio Bridge Will He Built in Three Years. Brownsville, Tex., Oct. 20. The first passenger train to enter Mexico over the international bridge here crossed it last night. The train was the spe c'al carrying president A. E. Stilwell and 55 officers and stockholders of the Karsas City, Mexico and Orient rail road company on an inspection tour of the company's lines in Mexico. President Stilwell said that his com pany expected to build a bridge across the Rio Grande at Del Pjio wilhi three years. o WILI. ENFORCE LONG AND ' SHORT HAUL PROA1SION Washington, D, C, Oct. 20. In a for mal order the interstate commerce com mission nas announced its intention to administer strictly section four, the long and short haul provision of the in terstate commerce act. By tne terms of the order there will be no change in the existing status or in the present rights of carriers until February 17, 1911. They may file with tl i commission such changes in rates as ordinarily would be filed in the course of their business, under the present rate basis or adjustments. This accords to the transportation companies the right even -to file higher rates or fares to intermediate points, and througn rates or fares higher than the combinations of the interstate rates or fares, provided that in so doing the dis eombiuatlons of the intermediate rates or s not made greater than that in ex istence on August 17, 1910. o SUNSET APPOINTMENTS ON THE PACIFIC COAST The following appointments are an nounced by the Washington-Sunset route, in the Pacific coast district: T. F. Fitzgerald, traveling passenger agent at Los Angeles. vice Grovo Ketchum, resigned; F. J. Tretheway has been appointed traveling passenger agent at Los Angeles, vice James H. P. Mason, transferred. Mr. Mason has been appointed traveling passenger agent at San Francisco. The appoint ments were made by Jos. N. Harrison, Pacific coast agent of the Washington Sunset route. The full size package of Curo Grains are only 50 cents and are sold in El Paso and highly recommended by "Kelly & Pollard, 201 X. Oregon; Scott White & Co., 204 Mills; Potter Drug Co., 4 Pioneer Plaza; Knoblauch Drug Co., 300 Mesa avenue." Paso on the wrecking train Wednes day evening. A. W. Cnester. resident engineer of the Mexican Northwestern line who Is in charge of the tunnel work on the big tunnel below Casas Grandes is in El Paso on business. The tunnel is almost a mile long and the tunnel crew is now j started into the rockwork of the big hole. F BID AY a busy day -a day filled -with money saving opportunities from the minute the doors open in the morning until they are closed at 6 o'clock. Friday is our " clean-up' ' day. All odds and ends, remnants and broken lines are brought out and priced to "clean them up7' quick ly. Friday is a mutually helpful day with its money saving chances for you and the clearance of "odd lots" for us. CHinailk White Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries of every kind Hundreds of them in the Dress Goods department, the linen department, the basement. The remaining few yards of our best selling materials are displayed on the counter and special sales tables, marked at practically nan fi-io vpfll wnvfh Von '11 find nieces in the lots that you can use for dresses, N Flannelette Petticoats waists, skirts, children's garments, undergarments and other purposes. Fri day is our big Remnant Day Four Extra Specials in Our Basement We cannot fill telephone orders for these Dress Ginghams Good quality, fast color ginghams m pretty, dark and medium color plaids and small checks, suit able for school dresses or for little folks clothes. A regular 12 l-2c quality, special Fri- 4 day onlv, 12 YARDS FOR oiay 12 yards to each customer House Dresses Children's Dresses Xeat style dresses made" of good quality percale, gingham and linene in plain colors, trimmed with plaid, neat small figures and plaids. Sizes from two to six vears. Regular 98c values, each Short petticoats made of good fleeced flannelette in light color stripes. Made with deep flounce, scalloped and buttonholed. A garment you'll need for winter wear, in a quality regularly Ci g Bold for 40c; each "v Percale and flannelette house dresses in a variety of good colors and designs, yery neat styles in well fitting garments for house wear. All sizes in the regular $1.25 styles are offered in. tomorrow's sale, at....... ffered in Q Four Extra Specials on the Main Floor On Sale all Day No Limit on the Quantity Slumber Slippers Good .warm slippers made of cotton eiderdown neatly finished, "with ribbon ties. Colors red and "Tav. Jtveep vour ieet wanm wane vuu sicep. Regular 40c values, on sale in the Shoe department, tomorrow 29c "Women's Drawers Cotton ribbed and fleeced drawers (no vests) in a medium weight for fall wear. Ankle length, sized correctly and neatly finished. A quality worth 25c; on sale in Aisle three tomorrow, "j Table Damask Extra quality, all linen table damask, silver bleached and full 68 inches wide. A variety of good designs in this good wearing quality. A regular 75c value; on sale in. the Linen A Q Dept. to morrow, a yard. .v.. TT7C Dimity and Nainsook Good quality checked and cross barred dimities and nainsooks for waists and child's dresses and undergarments. A number of pieces of the 15c aualitv will be on sale in Aisle tiwo to- f morrow, a vard IvC I! J apair... av jj morrow, a vara j. v w i j Remnant' vfey Remnant HOW ABOUT A FALL. HAT? "Get under a. Roelof fs and smile." Thornton's, 15 San Antonio. STANDARD Oil, "SOW HAS THE FIGHT OF ITS LIFE. New York, N. T.. Oct. 20. No quar ter is being- asked and none will be given by Standard Oil in its ng&t against the Shell Oil company, its 5200,000,000 British rival which as pires to wrest from it the control of the retail markets of the world out side of the United States. In its determination to force the fighting and set a pace for its big rival. Standard Oil has followed its favorite plan when preSsed by its enemies, of cutting its prices, and it is not improbable that it will be selling petroleum below ac tual cost abroad by the end of the year, if an adjustment of the trouble is not reached meanwhile. The British company is suspected to have established inside connections with the American company, so it is a case of tit for tat all around. The support given to the Shell com pany by the Royal Dutch and Asiatic companies and their threat to broaden the fighting zone, which has been re stricted in India and China, by en tering the markets of the United States, makes the fight the most for midable ever- waged against the world wide dominion of the Rockefeller corporation. THIS COIiD WEATHER Means heavier underwear. Get it s. Thornton's, 215 San Antonio. Hot Chocolate with, whipped creanj and cake. Elite Confectionery Co. City, Hack Stand. Phone 1 or 1001. 5"T1 ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. 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