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HERALD Thursday, Xot. 10, 1910. 3 TANDARD GROCERY CO. THE CASH STORE Kneedit "Purer than Lard" j 5 lb. can, . .75c (Better than Cottolene) 101b. can, $1.45 Gold Coin (Best on Earth )24 lb. Sack 80c FLOUR (Every Sack Guaranteed) 48 lb. Sack $1.6Q Barrington Hall, Pure Coffee, no chaff, 1 pound 40c Si 1 t1 jl f1 11 (2 lbs. Goes as Far as 3 lbs. teei tUt tOIiee jOther Coffees, 2 lbs. 75c 3 pkgs. Fresh Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, for. .25c Fresh Evaporated Pitted Cherries, per pkg 35c Fresh Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, per ib. . .25c 5 gallons Best Oil (for lamp or store) sp'l for. . .75c rresn Joiied Uder, A f quart bottle for TtU C Soft Shell English Walnuts or Almonds, c pf per lb ZOC Fresh Smyrna Figs, Od in 1-lb. boxes, for dtXjQ Fresh Shelled Almonds f f and Walnuts, per lb Dil C Strictly Fresh Pure Q g Creamery Butter, per lb. . 53 C Strictly Fresh Durham Q F? Eggs, per dozen JuC Horse .Radish. -s f per ibottle IDC 3 pkgs. Aunt' Jemima Pancake Flour, for . . . 18 lbs. Best Granu lated Sugar, for 25c 12 lb. sack Whole Wheat or Graham 'Flour ?0 for DfJC 4 2-Ib. cans Baltimore Tomatoes still selling c j for &ivL One half gallon crock Heinze p,.e.a:to;. 50c 2 1-lb. cans new packed Aapara gus, special, 7K 2 for iiJ Compare Our Prices See the Saving. No order too small to receive careful attention. STone too large for us to fill promptly. Mail us Your Orders. We de liver to East El Paso on Tuesdavs and Eridavs. STANDARD GROCERY CO! Bell Phones 367 and 348 208-210 Matrimonial Fees Show the Effect Of High Cost Of Living El Paso Minister Who Gets a Dollar for Uniting a Couple, Wonders Why the Good Old Days Are No More. Are bridegrooms becoming stingy or are they taking into consideration the hijrh cost of living? This is the ques- k Jgoaasked by a local minister who 17- n-n TTtpfnrf and found therein a dollar bilL It was his fee for per forming the ceremony, a small fee in comparison with the good old days when bridegrooms were wont to give as much, as $25 or $50, very often $50, when they could little afford so much. The usual fee offered nowadays is from $10 to 25, though of course the clergyman never fixes the amount, al ways leaving it to the groom to pay him whatever he thinks he is able to. Generally the more fashionable wed dings are all arranged beforehand and the minister receives his fee nearly al was in this case a generous one, before he performs the ceremony. Sometime Cash is Shy. However, sometimes couples are mar ried and they are a bit short on the long green, so they stand off the min ister and promise to pay later. Some times they do and sometimes their memories are very poor, or even if they do recall the Incident, the bill they send is small. This reminds one of the man who was married and told the minister lie would "see him later." He failed to Feet So Sore Couldn't Walk Down Stairs- JIZ Cured Her Quick. If you have sore feet, tired feet, sweaty feet, lame feet, tender feet, s smelly feet, corns, callouses or bunions, "read what happened to Mrs. Crockett, of Jeffersonville. TIZ DID IT. Mr. Crockett says: "After the second treat inent she walked doTrastalrs one foot at a time. She has not been able to walk downstairs before in past five years, except by stepping down oh each step with one foot at a time. This is remarkable. Send five more boxes." No matter what ails your feet or what under heaven you have used with out getting relief, just use TIZ. It's different. It acts right off. It cures sore feet to stay cured. It's the only foot remedy ever made which acts on the principle of drawing out all the poisonous exudations which cause sore feet. Powders and other remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ pleans them out and keeps them clean. You will feel better the first time it's used. Use it a week and you can forget you 'ever had sore feet. There fs nothing on earth that can compare with it. TIZ is for sale by all druggists, 25c per box, or direct, if you wish, from Walter Lu ther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111: Recom mended and sold by ELnohlauh Drug Co, Inc. 15c 25c 20c 25c 25c Baked Beans, for 2 lbs. Fresh A alley Comb Honey, for Fresh Heinze Chow Chow in bulk,, .per pint Heinze-Melon Mangoes, (simply fine) 4 for Large Queen Olives, per pint 2 qts. Fresh Cranberries for Extra Large Heinze Dill Pickles, per dozen 2 medium size fresh C F3 Z5C FEED Mackerel, for FEED DEPT. CLEAN FULL WEIGHT LOWEST PRICES. 100 lb. sacks Bran (with shorts included) for $1.50 100 lb. sacks clean white Corn or i Co 1. Corn Chops, for Heavy, plump Grain Oats, per hundred lbs 1 Wilbur's Poultry Food, the Hens Lay" 'Makes 15c per pkg. Auto 1901 MILLS STREET put in an appearance, and the minister met him oa the street one day and asked him if he did not think he should give him something for performing the ceremony. The bridegroom, who had been married but a few months, in quired what the customary amount was and the minister informed him that $10 would be about right. Then the groom, reaching in his pocket, said: "I will give you double that if you will untie the knot." He could not do it, how ever, and so, he lost his fee. Once It Was $50 Per. So it is that this minister, who has seen but very few one dollar bills dur ing his ministry, wondered what had happened to the lover of old, the man who used to give him $50. He is non extant, it seems, said the reverend gen tleman. The price of food is too high to pay so much for a mere wedding. Years ago everyone was married by a minister, but in this day and age when the law unties as fast as it ties the knot, the fee is not so large and many ministers who were wont to re ceive from $600 upwards in fees of this kind, receive only half that amount each year. THE HONOR ROLL AT LAMAR SCHOOL The distinction list for grades seven and eight in Lamar school, follows: Literature: Carmen Blessing, Mignon Cannon, Harold Detwiler, Ethel Hardy, Ida Hunter, George Hardaway, Inez Luce. Gladys Monk. Lloyd Peticolas. i Dora Vaughn, Kathleen Allen, Mildred Bishop, Edna Buie, Ethel Critchet, Helen "Fisher, Louie Haley, Hilda Light, Dorotha McCullough, Gladys Schwarz, Aeolian Sjtatham. Compos i'tio n Carmen Blessing,' Mignon Cannon, Ethel Hardy, Gladys Monk, Harold Detwiler. Physiology Rena Gillett, Gardiner Hawkins, Christian Schught, Arithmetic Harriet Bottorff, Car men Blessing, Harold Detwiler, Mar guarite Goering, Ida Hunter, Maggie M. Hodge, Ethel Hardy, Inez Luce, Orban Walker, Russell Worthington, Raymond White. Algebra Harriet Bottorff, Harold Detwiler, Marguerite Goering, Ida Hunter, Ethel Hardy, Russell Worth ington, Gladys Monk. History Harold Detwiler. George Hardaway, Carmen Blessing, Mignon Cannon, Mary Evans, Ethel Hardy, Gladys Monk, Gardiner Hawkins, Willie Litsworth, Kathleen Allen, Aretus Bradley, Louie Haley, Hilda Light, Dorotha McCullough, Aeolian Statham. Grammar Rena Gillett, Grace Wingo, Mildred Turbeville, Grace Robertson, Mayme Anderson, Mildred Bishop, Aretus Bradley, Ethel Crit chet, Fay Jones, Hilda Light, Dorotha McCulloi;-.-, Gladys Schwarz, Floy TVilson, Grace Faubion, Willie Lits wof, Dore Vaughn. Geography Bruce Struthers, Rena Gillett, Grace Robertson, Anna Pat terson, Gardiner Hawkins, Kathleen ! Allen, Genevieve Beatty, Louie Haley, Hilda Light, Dorotha McCullough, ' Willie Litsworth, Gilberson Baca, ' George Nold. J CHARGED WITH USING UP FUNDS OF UNION . t. ai. Wilcox, charged in Los An geles, CaL, with embezzlement, con tinued his Journey west Wednesday night in company with B. Cowen, a Los Angeles police detective, who ar rested Wilcox in Hutchison, Kans. The prisoner was placed in the police jail Wednesday in order to allow Mr. Cowen to obtain a short rest. Wilrox is charged with appropriating the funds of a carpenter's union in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. S-. B- Haggart have moved from 706 to 716 Myrtle avenue 2 1-lb. cans B. k The Story 'A Sandy Narrative By C. i Fifteen years aern T xuan hnt n mil lion large grains of sand in the bed of what is now the Rio Grande. One day a man came and dug- me up to gether with others, put me in a wagon and hauled me far away to a place where he poured water upon me and placed me in a mould from which I emerged in the shape that he desired. Then he placed me in a nry red furnace and I went through another process, coming forth a red brick of uncertain proportions and none too delicate lines. From the kiln I was taken and stored on a sidetrack for many moons and then I was loaded into a wagon with a number of my fellows and hauled to Texas street. There I was dumped into the muddy street, for they had no asphalt streets in those days. From the mud I went to find a resting place in the bottom of a large wall. They pasted me on top and bottom with white mortar. This substance stuck to me and for years I held my position as a part of that small building. where many mads their homes. My sides were plastered and I stuck to my place doing my duty as I should, standing on my head In the sidewall of the building and many sights have. I seen. Tears passed on and the street was changed. Xew buildings sprung up about me and my russet color showed -in contrast with the handsomer pro duct of the present day. The muddy thoroughfare on which I was wont to gaze with longing eyes, changed; they tore it up, hauled away the mud, per haps to make bricks of it and instead placed asphalt on the foundation that BEAVERS MAY NOT OPERATE BUFFET The new order of Beavers, which has just formed, will probably have some trouble establishing its clubhouse if it attempts to operate a buffet. The state of Texas, or rather the officials who are administering the law, are just at present opposed to such things and they are not allowing any new clubs to get charters for dispensing liquor. Only this week, the Amarillo lodge of Elks wrote to J. R. Bowman, pri vate secretary to the governor, asking whether or not under their charter the y might establish a buffet in connection with their lodge. In taking out their charter they made affidavit that they would not take out a government liq uor license, and chief clerk Little of the department of state called the at tention of Mr. Bowman to this. He an swered the letter accordingly. There is some doubt existing at pres ent as to -whether or not any new lodge under the new system of the secretary of state can now establish a buffet. The secretary of state Is requiring of all such clubs an affidavit similar to that signed by the Amarillo lodge in obtain ing its charter some time ago, and would probably make an effort to re quire the same kind of an affidavit from any new lodge. The question as to the right to do so would at once arise. Within a vprv short time it sppms tha exact rights of clubs operating buf- fets will be thrashe'd out in the higher courts, as their powers are considera bly clouded at present. MILLION'S OF RED CROSS SEALS DISTRIBUTED 75,000,000 to Be Sent Out By December; 40,000,000 Already Printed; 3Iay Sell In Postoffices. New Tork, N. Y., Xov. 10. Judging from reports at hand today, the Na tional Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis estimates that by December 1, not less than 75, 000,000 Red Cross seals will have been distributed -to selling agents in 40 dif ferent states of the country. Forty million seals have been printed and another large edition is being pre pared. Over 30 state societies have or ganized the sale on an extensive basis, and in about 10 more states, Red Cross seals will be sold in some places. All" told, including state, city, county and sub-agents, an army of fully 50,000 men, women and children will be en gaged in selling the bright Christmas .,. 1 Permission to sell seals in the corri dors of all postoffices has been granted by secretary Hitchcock. They will also be on sale In department stores, hotels, railway stations, drug stores, and in thousands of other places. Every seal is a bullet in the fight against tuberculosis in the community where it is sold, and a million dollars from the sale for the stamping out of j this plague is the object of the Christ mas campaign. V V V V V V V V V V V V v. . AUSTIN" AND WACO ARE AWAY BELOW EL, PASO El Paso is safe as fifth city in Texas and Galveston will hold her place as fourth. Austin is 10,000 less than El Paso and "Waco is 12,000 less. The figures of those two cities have been made public as follows, accord ing to the San Antonio Express: 1910. 1900. Inc. Pet. Austin 29,860 22,258 34.2 Waco 2G.425 20,686 27.7 I l Rev. Arthur CMarston is on a mis sionary visit to points along the T. & P. railroad and in the Pecos valley. The stomach is a larger factor in "life, liberty and the pur suit of happiness " than most people ire aware. Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys peptic "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The man who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomach will be a weak soldier and a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for good citizenship as well as for health and happiness. Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of Dr. PIEReB'S GOLDEX MEDIG71L DISCOVERY. It builds up the body with sound flesb aad solid muscle. The dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" is only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the 6ale of less meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Of a Brick of El Paso Growth. A. Brann. was left. The heat of the new pave ment burned my face but the cooling winds came and I was again refreshed and there were no blisters. But the march of progress would not be stopped. The men who made me and my fellows needed more room, they decided to tear us down. I heard the edict and learned that I was to lose my place as part of the support of that structure of which I had become one of the most important adjuncts. The workmen came and they brought with them heavy iron hooks with which they tore away the frame that had sur rounded me and then my fellows that had long stood beside and above me and were my companions these many vears were cast to the ground and I laid in piles about me. I saw in their j condition my ultimate fate and I ' wished they might overlook "-me and that I could be permitted to stand in my much coveted position, still form ing a part of the old street and also being included in the new, but it was not to be. ily turn has come. Complacently I watch the Mexican workman with his trowel tear from my sides the mortar which has stuck to me so long and here I am thrown ruthlessly aside into the pile with my companions. Tomorrow I will lie in that pile and perhaps the next day, but not for long. I am go ing away, I know not where, but I am going to be all plastered over again and to form part of some other per haps less pretentious, but none the less useful structure in another part of the city. I am after all, even though aged and torn by the -hooks of te cruel workmen, still useful, a useful brick. plaza block: may get big- building Offers Made for Property by Parties Eager to Build. A new concrete department store may be erected on the site of the pres ent plaza block and between the Anson Mills building and The Herald build ing. The owners of the Plaza block and site have received a number of of fers to sell the 'valuable site and also to build a modern department store building. One out of town firm is asking for figures on a building to be erected on the Pioneer place property for use as a modern department store building. Should this building be erected it will be at least five stories high and of con crete, fireproof construction. The property is owned by Felix Mar tinez and others. A theater company is also contemplating the erection of a modern theater building in the rear of the plaza block with an entrance through the Anson Mills building ar cade. TO PREPARE FOR ENLARGED OUTPUT For, the first time since it started to producing barrels of cement, the big Southwestern Portland Cement compa ny plant on the smelter road will be silent after Thursday. The plant closed down Wednesday evening for 30" days to allow the ma chinery to be inspected, repaired and put In condition for the overtime run which is expected when the contract for supplying the Elephant Butte dam project is secured by the El Paso com pany. The shutdown was not expected until Monday, but the supply of coal on hand ran out Thursday and the plant was closed. There are now 100,000 barrels of cement in storage at the plant from which the supply will be ob tained with which to fill the orders until the plant starts up again. DAILY RECORD. Building Permits. To Gaspar Cue to build porch, 2918 2920 Pera street; estimated cost, 35. To E. E. Koghlmeir, to build con crete building, lot 1, block 22, High land Park; estimated cost, $500. To May field Realty company, to erect residence, 1409 Arizona street; estimat ed cost, 4000. Deeds Filed. Plateau, Texas J. R. Day and Levi Anderson to Onus Feely, lot 4, block 11; consideration, $20; dated Sept. 20, 1910. Orchard Park addition, Tobin Place, between county road and Dunne Bou levard C. J. Palmateer to G. A. Zie rath, lots 21, 22 and 23, block 3; con sideration, $1500; dated April 6, 1909. Mills Map. tract 10x130 feet lying 120 feet west of northeast corner of block 43 Frank and Sadie N. Paschal to E. P. & S. W. railway; consideration, $1125; dated Nov. 3, 1910. Campbell's addition, Santa Fe street, between Fourth and Fifth streets Mrs. C. N. Euckler to Millard Patter son, undivided one-fourth of south 18 feet of lot 13 and the north 17 feet of lot 14, block 100; consideration,- $700; dated Nov. 8, 1910. East El Paso, Pera street, between Copia and Grama streets Mrs. Belle Dieter to Joe Allard, lots 15 and 16, block 10; consideration, $1350; dated Nov. .5, 1910. Licensed to Wed. Reagan Cartwright and Isabelle Branson. Samuel J. Fennel and Fanny B Smith. Augustine Gonzales and Aurelia Ro mero. Ignacio Moreno and Valentine Gon zales. Births. To Jesus Lopez, Mexican, 1008 Tays Patriotism A Bargain Day Which Should Attract Shoppers ROKEJST lots odds and ends remnants Tomorrow is our weekly 13 "clean up" day and all these are brought forward, priced to sell quick lv. A half even one-third is all many of these will cost you. Truly, the savings are worthy SALE OF Toilet Articles "La Tosca" Toilet Preparations, made ex pressly for this store. Abso lutely" pure and of high qual ity. On -Economy Friday" we offer all these regular 25c kinds at 15c Rose and Almond Cream "La Tosca" Tooth Wash Ego Shampoo Rose Toilet Cream Charm of Beauty liquid face powder "La Tosca" Cold Cream Jewelry Odds and ends of little jewelry novelties brooches, sash, belt and veil pins, belt -buckles, jew eled, hat pins, cuff buttons, etc., pretty styles in qualities (worth, up to 25c; Economy Q Fridav .'.. C Flannel Shirts $1.39 Tomorrow, to "clean up" a lot of odds and end of men's flan nel shirts, we place on sale $1.75 and $2.00 qualities, in Tiin grev. plaids and stripes, with collar attached or with neckband. rf QA at tplmOU street, girl, Oct. 4. To P. de la Rosa, Mexican, Findley stfeet, near Stevens avenue, boy, Oct 24. WORKING OX TENTH STORY OF ANSON MILLS BUILDING The contractors on the Anson Mills building have made a ten strike. The tenth story of the big building is now being built in boxing and will be poured before the end of the week. But two more stories will then remain be tween the top of the building and the flag and the blue sky. NEW RESIDENCE PLANNED FOR RIO GRANDE STREET The residence of Mrs. A. M. How land, which is to be built on Rio Grande street at a cost of $7000, has been planned and the plans submitted j to the contractors for their estimates of the cost of construction. BOYS PEEK AS A NEGRESS DRESSES Eva Crawford, one of the members of a negro show comprising part of the carnival on West San Antonio street, was acquitted in police court Wednes day afternoon of all charges in con nection with the mutilated appearance of a Mexican youngster. Eva, accord ing to her story, was in her dressing room when she happened to hear a snicker. She was not long in discov ering, she said, several pairs of eyes looking at her through a hole in one side of the dressing room. She "warn ed the boys to leave, she says, and also wadded a skirt in the hole. The boys pushed te skirt back in the room and again snickered. That was too much even for Eva. Grabbing a water bottle, weighing some 10 or 11 pounds, full of water, she ran out of the room intending to drown the youngsters. In some way, she says, the bottle slipped, and the Mexican youth, who "had just arrived and was listening to the music by the band.'Vwas hit on the head. He was taken Jto the police station for treat ment. r Special Sale of Beds and Child's Cribs $20.00 Brass $5.00 Cotton Mattress $4.00 Coil Springs Xo. 1 Brass Beds, satin finished, 2-inch posts, standard quality, just received and placed on display. They are regularly sold for $20.00. This week we offer the bed, with 30-4b. cotton" mattress, valued at $5.00, coil springs valued at $4.00, tf s op all for 3lt7eOO Xo. 2 Iron Beds, brass trimmed, in standard and 3-4 sizes, either ' white or green enameled, a very handsome bed, H a pj p this week only j)t"o0 No. 3 Child's Iron Cribs, enameled white or green, folding sides, size 2 feet 6 inches, crib alone generally sells for $7.50, tf Q P f special this week, crib with good cotton mattress, only. JpOOU YOUNG'S EL PASO FURNITURE COMPANY in 1: Bell 835 L Auto 1882. B. Tomorrow, the Fifth w m i mj i Bir of your consideration. "Economy Friday" Shirting Cheviot Extra quality, linen finish cheviot, a splendid wearing material for men's shirts and boys' waists. New light color stripes. The regular 15c quality on "I O f Economy Friday 3L& 2C Feather Pillows Good quality feather pillows, ity blue and white striped tick. reguiarry ror boc will De specially priced Economy Friday ....M ....... ''Economy Friday'" Bargains Broken lines from different departments, selected and priced to sell quickly on "Economy iTiday." Dress Trimmings Odds and ends of fancy trimming braids, Persian bands and many other seasonable trimmings, the remainder of many of our best selling styles. In this lot are many pieces worth up to 75c a yard on Economy Fri- "j Q day, a yard IOC Women's Underwear Incomplete lines of sizes of wo men's merino vests and pants, me dium weight in natural gray. Ex tra sizes worth regularly $1.00, special 75c. Regular EC sizes worth 75c, a. garment OOC Tomorrow is Remnant Day And hundreds of remnants of Dress G-oods, Silks. Linens Laces, Embroideries, White G-oods, Ging hams, Madras, Percale, Flannelette, etc., will be displayed on special tables and marked at about HALF PRICE oBeSl GITY HAS TWO BIG sewer jobs aoma Construction of the Main street storm sewer has been started by the city under the direction of E. D, Mar tin, a cement plant mechanician. The sewer, which will De 6x8 feet, Is to be extended 660 feet west along the north line of Main street, and Is to be a con tinuation of the North Oregon street storm sewer. A. force of Mexicans Is now engaged is the expectant mother's greatest help. It is a remedy which prepares tha' muscles and tendons for the unusual strain, renders the ligaments supple and elastic, aids in expanding the skin and flesh fibres, and strengthens all tha membranes and tissues. It is especially valuable where the oreasts are trouhle some from swelling and congestion, and its regular use will lessen the pain. "u u.tui5Ci wiieu uue xiTrue one comes. Women who use Mother's Friend are assured of passing the crisis with safety. It Is for sale at drug stores. Write for free hook for expectant mothers. KRAPFTELD BEGTJIiATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. THOMSON'S I"01 CORSETS Bed with 2-inch Posts ) F. YOUNG, Prop. 307 S. El V All for P ")I?:Ar iwi Basement Bargains Madrasene Handsome curtain material in a large varietv of desisms in light and dark colors. About 20 ieces of the regular 15c quality will be on sale on Economy Q Friday, a yard .... cO 18x25 inches with good qual A pillow which we sell 49c Men's Shirts Good quality white shirts with pleated fronts, in both wide and narrow pleats. On Friday we of fer an incomplete line of sizes in a regular dollar quality, ? two for $1.25, or one for. ."C Men's Neckwear Special lot of reversible and wide end fourinhand ties, new cofors, new styles and of extra good qual ity. On Economy Friday iwe offer a regular 50c quality, rf ff THREE FOR P 1 UU in excavating for the sewer trends. The cement work -will be commenced at an early date. The laying of the deep sewer from the Mills building to San Antonio street is progressing under the super intendency of J. W. HaHo.cJc, city sewer commissioner. Owing to danger from a cavein, the work is not being; done as fast as it would otherwise be possible. The workmen, are protected: by board walls placed on ither sld of the ditch. No married soman's iapplnsai Is complete "without children; aba yearns with the deeper longings of her nature for the joys of mother iood. Bnt women who hear children, should prepare for the coming of "baby "by properly caring for their nhvKiryj.t Rvvframg TUVi'haf T,ayT I733 Paso St., Opp. "The Buggy People"