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It is better than Gottolene and "purer than Lard. Recommended by our best customers who have traded with us for the past eight years. tfJ:.) "Purer than Lard") 5 lb. bucket for 75c lUieeailf better than Gottolene) 10 lb. bucket for $1.45 GOLD COIN FLOUR (Extra Quality. J24 lb. Sack - 80c 83E:rixa Law Price j lb. Sack $1.60 Barrington Hall Steel Gut Pure Coffee, no chaff, per lb. 40c Silver Leaf Lard, 10 lb. bucket for . $1.45 5 gallons Best Oil, for , 75c ? pkgs. Presh Aunt Jemima Pancake Plour, for. .25c Strictly Presh Pure Creamery Butter, per lb 35c -Evaporated Pitted Cherries (fine for pies) pkg. .35c 2 lb. can Thick Sliced Pineapple (tastes better than fresh' ones) for . 20c 18 lbs. Best Granu lated Sugar, for $1.00 Quart Jars, Pure Fruit Jams, all flavors, for Pint Jars Strained Honey for 2 lbs. Presh Comb Honey for 2 cans Tall Asparagus for Gold Medal Brand Aspar agus Tips, per can 35c 25c 25c 25c 35c 2 cans Good Peaches, Pears, Plums or Apricots. OP for OC Gallon cans Peeled Peaches, Plums or Apricots for - 35c 1 gallon can Beal Pipe Tomato Catsup, for -- c FEED DEPT. FULL WEIGHT 100 lb. sacks Bran or Clean White 100 lb. sacks Pure tf f n Corn Chops, for ;lUv HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES Xmas Candies (Special Low Prices) per lb. . ' 10c, 12 1-2c, 15c and 20c Bed, Sweet, Navel Oranges, per dozen 20c, 25c, 35c and 40c Pine Bates, Figs, Raisins and all kinds of Xuts. Highland Park Delivery on Wednesdays; East El Paso Every Tuesday and Friday. Out-ef-town Orders for Christmas Supplies Promptly and Carefully Filled. STANDARD GROCERY CO. WHOLESALE AUJD RETAIL. BELL PHONES 367 AND 348. . AUTO 1901 208-210 MILLS ST. BTJLGrI HAS WELL FILLED POCKETS Evangelist Closes His Meet ings in El Paso and s Goes Home. Xr. Bulg-in, -with $1450 in his jeang, left Monday evening for Fort Worth, after concluding- the last meeting- of the four -weeks' revival held in the tabernacle. A farewell luncheon was given Dr. Bulgin and G. L. Rose, his singer, atthe Y. "W. C. A. Monday by the ministers of the city and the men who have been interested in the meet ing. A Christian Men's union was formed among the men present. This union will hold weekly luncheons and will organize to carry on the church work. James A. Dick of the First Presbyter Ian church was elected president; George B. Oliver of the Trinity Metho dist church, vice president; Ira J. Ayres of the Trinity church, treasurer, and E. E. Noe4 of the First Methodist church, s-acetary. Pr. Bulgin will join his family at yort "Worth and will go to Chicago wifh them to spend Christmas. George I. Rose, accompanied by Mrs. Rosq left for Muskogee, Okla., where they will spend the holidays with Mrs. Rose relatives. The evangelist and bis singer will return to Albuquerque in time to open'a revival meeting thero n January 1. The tabernacle has been sold to con Tractor J. C. Hansen and will be torx down at once. i For a ft Averts mH table, sugar-coated. A gentle laxative for all the family. Consult your doc tor freely about these pills and about alf medical matters. roilow his advice. He certainly knows best The V jJK S fc -Jrf &dlr i wi: v J -LK r 3 cans Indiana, 'Tairy" Corn, for 2 cans Country Gentle men Corn, for mDC &iDC 2 cans Sifted Eariy June Peas, for 3 cans Marrowfat Peas, for 25c 25c Pull Quart Can Pure Imported Olive Oil for Pull Half Gallon Can Pure Im ported Olive Oil for Pull Half Gallon Can Best Quality baiad OH for $1.00 CLEAN FEED LOWEST PRICES. Corn for $1.50 41-2 Bushel Sacks Plump Grain Oats, for' REAL NAME NOT JTECESSART XX A 3IARRIAGE LICENSE. Silver City Forester's Bride Has a Tilt With the License Clerk In Nevr York. New York, N. T., Dec. 13. A young woman caused a clerk in the marriage license bureau some perturbation when she told him that the name she had af fixed to her application for license was not her baptismal name, and that she could sign the application under any name she desired. The clerk ob tained a ruling from the corporation counsel, who upheld her contention. The young woman is Miss 'Muriel Hennoen Morris, "formerly Emily "Weed Barnes," as she expressed it in her ap plication. Her mother is Mrs. Lewis Cass Dedyard, and her father Thurlow "Weed Barnes, capitalist and brother of "William Barnes, jr., the Republican leader of Albany. The mother obtained a divorce from Mr. Barnes several years ago and mar ried Mr. Ledyard. Before her first mar riage she was Isabel Morris. The prospective bridegroom is Bar rington Moore, 27 years old and in the United States forestry service at Silver City, X. M. REFERS TO POETI AS HIS REASON FOR DOUBLE CRDIE Detroit, Mich., Dec 13 . William Baker, employed in a telegragh office here, last evening shot and killed Mrs, Katherine Devine and then committed suicide. In a notebook found in Baker's pocket, the following had been written: "The reason for It all: See Kinllng Epilogue on the rag, bone and hank of hair." Jealousy is thought to have been the cause of Baker's action. Pills are liver pills. All vege-j J. C. Ayer Co.. Lotfell. Mure i 75 Weather Man Says jm x ear-jcna Clearing saie Tviii supply all tne needs or tne Hour m tne way 01 over coats. At prices we are now offering overcoats, they are the biggest bargains ever brouglit to your notice. SCHEDULE OF REDUCTIONS You know the "quality" of the clothing we carry? If you do not, come and convince yourself that there is none better to be found anywhere. Note these reductions $16.50 Overcoats $ 9.65 $27.50 Overcoats $19.85 18.00 Overcoats 10.85 30.00 Overcoats 21.90 25.00 Overcoats 17.90 '35.00 .Overcoats 27.85 . Irvin's "Union Made $22.50 Overcoats at '...;. $15.90 t ?"-?' - fit TWy X I 1 ' I IF IT'S A MAN I YOU HA VE 1 IN MIND I I and it's his Christmas I present that is worry- I ing you we'll help I you settle the trouble-. I No charge for expert I I advice. I 1 I I Bob. Moore & Co. 1 I Opposite the P. O. I oo . w We sell "Chesterfield" Snlt I and Overcoats. No better I knovra. If so tre vrould save i tberu. f. BOWLING. By the margin of 90 pins, team No. 3 defeated team No. 4 on the T. M. C. A. alleys Monday "night. Zozaya landed both high game at 185 and high total with 496. S. 'A. Fruit made an only strike out. Scores follow: Team 3 1 2 3 T. Zazaya 156 155 185 496 Alvarez 149 173 129 457 Peralta 150 165 149 467 455 Team 4 1 Learning 119 Moltane 147 L. A. Fruit 182 496 o 148 122 139 463 3 162 135 170 1414 T. 429 404 491 44S 409- 467 1324 At the Cactus Club. At the Cactus club two tourneys were held. The Independents with a 134 pin margin defeated the Campbells in Na tional league play, but broke even on points. Tuttle made both high game at 212- and total at 565, while Campbell landed a strikeout. In the American league tha Butchers butchered the Tigers with 64 pins to the fair. B. Blair gobbled up all the honors with 200 for game and 541 as a best total. Tuesday night games will be between the Beavers and the Juniors; the State Nationals and the Go Easys. Monday's scores were: Butchers Stelnweg . Page . Brown '. 1 .. 132 . 87 . . 156 3 145 14S 178 191 154 T. 404 366 47 S 497 496 127 131 144 167 182 " o 1.16 141 129 Abbott 139 Lindsey 160 674 Tigers 1 Johnson 129 Harvie .-.' 125 Parker., 134 "Warren 165 B. Blair, 200 816 2241 3 T. 117 101 193 362 367 456 451 541 2177 T. 557 439 506 565 51-4 131' 155 169 172 753 Independents 1 Sukerman 184 "Watson 187 Reeder .'!V. 187 Tuttle 174 White ! 1S9 6S6 2 189 128 177- 179 159 S32 2 1-69 195 165 147 173 738 3 1S4 124 142 212 156 818 3 157 156 168 185 167 931 Campbells 1 Krome 159 Thompson 144 Avena ...' 13S Lehman 158 Campbell 166 I 25S1 T. 485 495 471 490 506 765 849 833 2447 JIM BASEY WINS. Oakland, Cal. Dec. 13. Jim Basey again displayed his class when he took up 118 pounds at Emeryville Monday and beat some clever youngsters. He ruled an even money favorite and after setting the pace was headed by Win ning "Widow, but outgamed her in .the final drive, winning by a nose. c isa TMMP5II DEFEAT 1 AT SYDNEY The American Boxer Wins Easily Over South Afri can Lightweight. (By T. S. Andrews, Special Corres pondent) Sydney, Australia, Nov. 10. The third of the American boxersJohnny Thomp son, of Sycamore, 111. made his ap pearance at the Stadium last night and scored a victory over Rudie Unholz the South African lightweight, now of the states. Unholz was clearly beaten at the end of the fifth round, and in the first 40 seconds of the sixth the referee, Snowey Baker, stopped the contest and gave the verdlctto Thompson. The victory was not very popuular with the crowd, as Thompson was de cidedly heavier than Unholz, and nat urally the crowd was with the smaller man. Johnny was so anxious to scorn a knockout earty, that he lost his head a bit in the fifth when he had fttulie about out, and stood almost over him twice after scoring knockdowns, an-3 had to be warned away by the referee, but no foul was committed and the win was a clean ( out one for the Sycamore farmer. Frqm the way the men sized up in the ring ft looked as though John nj was fully 10 to 12 pounds heavier than Rudie, and if he expects to get down to the lightweight limit for the American champion he will have to work very hard indeed, but -Johriny must know that he can do it, or he would not be willing to post a forfeit of ?1000 to make the weight for a match with Wolgast. Crowd "With Unholz. The crowd was about the same size that saw Billy Papke defeat Ed Wil liams, but it was all in favor of Un holz, owing to the difference in weight, as stated before. The sea voyage over Increased Johnny's weight considerably, and he has found it hard to reduce in this climate; in fact, all the Americans have found it hard to reduce here. Fight by Rounds. In the first round Thompson started afterRudie as though he intended to make short work of it, but the little fellow was shifty and hard to corner. Rudie jabbed back with a left that found Johnny's face several times, but there was not enough power behind them to have any effect on the Syca more boy. It was Johnny's round by a small margin. In the second they came to mlxine: In the center of the riner. and exchanged wallops for ten seconds, during which Rudie's nose began to show claret. This was also Thompson's round. In the third, Rudie made the best showing of the contest. He fought clever and kept jabbing his left into Johnny's face and switching again to the bods. In the mixup Rudie's eye was cut slightly. It was a shade in fa vor of Unholz. The fourth began to tell on Rudie and he received a couple of nasty lefts to the jaw and rights to the side of the head, which made him grog gy. Thompson had him going and it looked as though the end was ap proaching. In the fifth Johnny went after his man hard, but received -a. hard left to the jaw. This did not even halt him, and he kept right along, finding Rudie's jaw with a hard left. Rudie went to the mat for the count of eight. This is where Johnny stood almost over Unholz until warned away. Upon aris ing, Rudie bumped Into another left, and went to the canvas again. He was put down the sixth time, just as the bell sounded. It appeared as though the seconds would have been wise to hoist the towel then, but they permitted their man to go into the sixth. After receiv ing a short left jolt to the side of the head Rudie went down and the referee stopped the, bout, ft being too uneven then. Knocks Finger Out of Joint. During the third round, Thompson knocked the first joint of his right hand out of place, and it pained him until it was pulled back into place after the contest. It will be a week before he can use it again, ftut the injury is not a serious one. Thompson's next battle will be with Hughie Meaghan, the local lightweight, champion, but Johnny will have to do under 140 pounds or Hughie will not meet him. Meaghan is a very clever lad end will give the Sycamore boy a much I harder oatue, as ne win oe naruer tu get at. He also carries a good wallop himself- MAT ATIXE TVlXS IL H Jacksonville Fla. Defc. 13. Grover Hughes, neglected in the bettFng at 12 eo 1, won the feature of Monday's card at Moncnef. a handicap at six furlongs for twoyjearolds. A new track record was made in the figth race when llalatine stepped six and a half fur longs in 1:21 2-5. DON'T DIE IN THE HOUSE. "Rough on Rats," the Unbeatable Ex terminator of Roaches, Ants, Mice, Rats, etc. The secret is, you. not the maker, do the mixing. 15c, 25c, 75c See directions how to use in out-build- A-TVS Suits are offered during Year-End Clearing Sale at equally as great re ductions as the oercoats. There is nothing in clothing for either men or young men that cannot be supplied npw at money-saving prices. wai keep, your teeth whiteand sound, your breath sweet until old age. Removes tartar, will not scratch enamel 25c and 50c at all Druggists. TIZ-For Sore Feet Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweaty Feet. Callouses, Bunions and Chilblains, right off. At all druggists, 25c for a big "box. DANDRINE Frcdae thick, latxuriaBt hair rrhem all tker rciaedles fall. We naraatet Dandertae. All Draxsri'ta, 2.1c, SOc aad $1, or scad this Ad frith 10c (ataaapa ur ailrar) far a Iarxa fr saaaala. KNWLT8. DANDBRINE O. dUaajea, MHaaii JOHXSOX WILIiVG TO FIGHT IN' FRAXCE. Chicago, 111., Dec 13. Cham pion Jack Johnson agreed last night to meet the winner of the Liangford-Jeannette fight, sched uled to occur in Paris in Feb ruary In a 25 round bout to take place in France next April for a purse of $25,000, provided the money is posted in America and an American is referee. I don't want any lenoas I and ed me," said Johnson, "rf tbey don't come across wun my two conditions th'ere's nothing do- ing." T. T. r. : ' T. , ! . TVEDXESDAVS ENTRIES : JUAREZ JOCKEY Cf.IIB. ISth Day, Wednesday, Dec. 14. First race selling, maidens, 2 years old, five and one-half furlongs Beach Sand, 107; Hersaw, 109; Muey Bueno. 109; Owenita, 109; Morada, 109; Red Lass, 109; Strange D'Or, 109; Footfall, 109; Fritz Emmett. 109; Oblivion, 109; Beechmont, 109; Prince Withers, 112. Second race, selling, six furlongs !Miss Caithness. 103; Ed Holly, 107; Sink Spring, 109; Rio Pecos, 110; Pedro, 111; Gladys Louise, 111. Third race, selling, seven furlongs Marcus, 101; Invergarry, 104; St. Kilda, 106; McNally, 10ff; You Win, 106; Fa vora, 106; Cuban Boy, 106; Duchess of Montebello, 106; Spooner, 109. Fourth race, selling, five and one- nair nmongs fanneii, iui; rtoDerxaj Gene Wood, 106; T3r. Mack. 109; Joe Woods, 111; Tom" McGrath, 111; Elder, 111. Fifth race, selling. 2yearolds, sire fur longs Cat, 101; Butter Ball, 105; Com mendation, 107; Clay, 108; Sigurd, 110. Sixth race, selling, seven furlongs Ramon Carona, 101; Preen, 106; Tom Franks, 106; Lista, 106; Cobleskill, 106; Misprison. 106; Cheswardine, 106; Buna, 106 Mauretania, 112. T ' A FOOL AND HIS BETS. CWith apologies to Rudyard Kipling.) A fool theref was, and-he bet on the races. - t (Even as you and 1.) And the "ponies," led him 'some merry chases, (Eyen as you'and I.) His tips were hot and right off the reel. Though m at all times he lostv he never would squeal, For the race touts gave him an awful spiel, (Even as you and I.) O, the beans he bet and the beans he lost. Beans that he worked hard to get; And how often this poor mark was double crossed . Whenever hed make a bet. Lost on a horse that looked like a cinch, Lost on a nag that could win in a pinch, But one ,that is 'running; yet. f O, the coin we've bet and the coin wo've lost. TVhen we thought we surely would win; O, the hard earned mazuma in the air we have tossed, Until we were nearly all in. Shekels we bet. when we nestled the dough, Hoping to get back just a dollar or so, "With never a chance to win From Louisville Herald. PAY FOR MILITIA OFFICERS. Washington. D. C, Dec. 13. Serv ice pay for members of the national guard is provided in a bill introduced by senator Penrose, of Pennsylvania. All men xn the ranks who attend 4S drills each year or such equivalent duty as ,is prescribed are to be, en titled to 25 percent of the pay of a man in the regula'r army. All officers below the rank of general officers are to have 15 percent of the pay of a regular army officer of like rank. Hurt In a Fall. JI. A. Dolan, 34th district court in terpreter. Is nursing a badly bruised right leg as a result of his horse fall ing on it Saturday evening. PILES CURED IN G to 14 DAYS. Your druggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c. "1 am pleased to recommend Cham berlain's Cough Remedy as the best thing 1 know of and safest remedy for coughs, colds and bronchial trouble," writes Mrs. L. B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. "We have used It repeatedly and It has never fulled lo give relief." For Dr.EX. IJ I BEAUTIFUL M M I fat aaav, 'U M I BaBBBBaalBaBa!aaBBalaBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBaBl bZBBBBBBBbVM aBBBBBBBBBBBBBalaaaBBBBBaBBBBBBBaaBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBH Women's $3.50 and We have picked all broken sizes from- our, stock, about 300 pairs, nothing cheaper than regular 3.50 .and $4.00 shoes; widths A, B and C, and will close them out, $1.95. KINNEY SHOE COMPANY J. Rackam, Mgr. rVHM"H"MMM ' "1 -mLJLAmma m mlm,mlntmmymmmymyjyjyrLryjj, StefcalfcvK' ' AT FOUNTAINS. HOTELS. OB ELSEWHERE Get the Original odd Genuine HORLICKS MALTED MILK TheFoodDrinkforAUAges RICH MUX. HALT GRAIN EXTRACT. IN P0WDEX Not in any Milk Trust Insist on "HORLICK'S" Take a package home fcftbLiSli BO&S Imported by Ellet-Kendall Shoe Co. Sold by EL PASO SHOE CO. "208 TEXAS ST. Try Burke's Home Made Bread BeU 570 " 211 Mills St. Quality and Service We never get tired of talking the Quality of the Meats we sell. We find' that exercising care throughout is our best investment. Customers are absolutely protected on Quality. When it comes to Service this market stands without a rival. ( J. C. PEYTON, Successor to Robinson's Market. 114 M". Stanton St. . 3oth Phones. Prompt Service. WHY NOT LEARN MOVING PICTURE OPERATING? I will teach you. M. J. Ely's Moving Picture School, 102 N. Campbell St El Paso, Tex. P. 0. Box 757. Licensed Operator. IF YOU WAXT GENUINE Gallup Lump Coal PHONE BELL 3235 ALSO FIRST CLASS ALFALFA 3 AND ALL KINDS OF GRAIN. EAST EL PASO FUEL CO. RTIBBER STAMPS Manufactured Daily. FJLLI5 BROS. Printing Co. "Rush Jobs Are Our -Especial ;iiguu Crawford & Gottwald Planing mill and office, 120O Ho. St. Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank, Store and Office Fixtures. Drink Lots of it It's pure, rich, sweet. It's good, and good for your sys tem. It's nature's purest food drink. It's a health fcod. Many families use three to five quarts per day. EL PASO DAIRY CO. fi'honei: Mel! 340i Auto. 1158. Office 313 N. Oresron. m gn 1 T M IflT I $4.00 Shoes for $1.95 ',& THERE'S PRESTIGE, ADVERTISING VALUE, BROAD GAUGE BUSINESS ECONOMY, In Locating in MILLS BUILDING Horace B. Stevens Agent V. 9 Phone 121 El Paso Brick Co. HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES Dry Press, Stocky Wire Cut, Mottled and Fire Brick MATTIOE-BUSE CO. For your heating and plumb ing estimates. Our .Repair service is prompt and re liable. 109 N. Campbell. BeU 956; Auto 2356 ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS Independent Assay Gffiea ESTABLISHED 18X8. D. W. RscrEAxr. E Jt, Proprirtc Agent for Ore Skipptrs Aassts ai Chemical Analysts. Mines Examined axd Reported ipes. Bullion W&rk, Sfeclalts. v Office and Laboratory: Car. S& FrsKCbea & CUfeaa&acSfe. EL PASO. "TEXAS. Custom Assay Office CRITCHETT & FERGUSON. Assayers. Chemists, Metallurgists. Agents for Ore Shippers. 210 San Francisco St. Phone 324. Try Herald Want Ads. "Will find they caii fill their orders for feed, grain seeds, etc., etc., to their entire sat isfaction here. If you have never bought here, it would be to your advantage to give us a trial. & av1 ' ' .x ''r'-asaasw--' Wm&r SSEiS HiM "-.! I jhabHI 0. G. Seeton 8l Sou Third and Chihiiamia Sis. sale by all d.