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Et PASO HERALD
12 Tuesday, January 17, 1911
RAILROAD NEWS.
;orn bran:
This Fruit is extra quality, packed in three pound
cans with heavy syrup. Every can guaranteed.
Regular 30c Goods for 25c
Pears sliced in halves, . .each 25c; per doz. $2.75
Apricots sliced in halves . each 25c :
Blackberries each 25c :
Peaches, yellow free each 25c :
Peaches, lemon cline: each 25c :
Peaches, sliced each 25c :
Golden Drop Plums each 25c :
Damson Plums . . each 2oc:
Egg Plums each 25c:
(xseen Graere Plums each 25c;
Muscat Grapes each 25c :
per doz. $2.50
per doz. $2.50
per doz. $2.50
per doz $2.50
per doz. $2.50
per doz. $2.25
per doz. $2.25
per doz. $2.25
per doz. $2.25
per doz. $2.40
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URGE PATRONAGE
FOR NEW TRAINS
Ferndeil Coffee
Our care in selecting and handling, Pemdell Cof
fee, makes it surpassingly excellent. The true cof
fee principal is retained, and the blend is exactly
right.
30c, 35c, and 40c pound.
bme Made Cakes a Specialty
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TWO WOMEN OI TRIAL
OK CHARGES OF MURDER
Wheeling, TV. Va., Jan- 17. Five hours
of searching cross-examination by the
defence in the case of Mrs. Laura Fams
worth Schenk, charged "with administer
ing poison to her husband, John O.
Schenck, failed to shake the story told
on direct examination Saturday by
Eleanor Zoeckler, the detective nurse
She had. testified that Mrs. Schenck of
fered her $1000 to put a poisoned pill in
the medicine taken by the patient at the
North Wheeling hospital.
A3bany, N Y., Jan. 17. Mrs. Edith
Melber pleaded not guilty to the charge
of murder in the first degree before
justice Cochrane in the supreme court,
after being indicted by the grand jury
for Idllinir her 5 year old son, George
Melber, by giving him carbolic acid to j
dnnk.
wisely directed, will cause her to
give to her little ones only the most
wholesome and beneficial remedies
and only when actually needed, and
the well-informed mother uses only
the pleasant and gentle laxative rem-
GL H. Not Getting the Busi
ness It Deserves on Sec
ond Daily Train.
In fear that the G. H. & S. A. -will
remove the new double train service
between El Paso and San Antonio, the
interests along the line are doing1 some
boosting for the new service. The road
has made no threat, but It Is known
that patronage of the new service is
not up to par.
The new trains, Nos. 7 and 8, are not
getting their share of the regular traf
fic on the old trains, Nos. 9 and 10.
The new service is the same in equip
ment except that mere is no observa
tion car.
The Alpine Commercial club is send-
edy Syrup of Mes and Elixir of ins out some communications along the
Senna when a laxative i? rennired line' with the view of encouraging
oeiuia iieu a laxative is required, iore trafflc on the new trains. The
as ic is wnony rree irom an objec
tionable substances. To get its ben
eficial effects always buy the genu
ine, manufactured by the California
Kg Syrup Co.
service is considered a valuable asset
to western Texas.
SPECIAL SALE
ON" OUR 40c.
PECAN GLACE BAR
We
WEDNESDAY ONLY
use HOT WATER to CLEANSE
with at our fountain.
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CONFECTIONERY COMPANY,
C S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
DINGALING CIRCUS IS
COMING TO TOWN A'GAIN
The second annual performance of the
Dingaling circus is to 'be held about the
.middle of 3Iarch, at the Y. M. C. A. The
preparatory nvork fox tfee circus has al
ready 'begun. The Highland. Fling, so
Domikr nnl last -nnar'; merfiormji.Tvv is tn I
be repeated this year by the high school
srirls. JLhe remainder of the program will
consist of gymnastic dances. A tug of
'war between the Southwestern shops and
the Smelter for the silver cup won by the
Smelter teanilast year, tumbling, drills
3y Larry Aooney-'s all-nation class.
Dutch dancers, and clowns.
In the afternoon inhere will be a
street parade.
Clearance Sale closes Saturday.
u El Paso Household Furnishing: Co.
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Don't forget it's made in El Paso.
"What's that? Globe Mills Flour
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Prompt
TO TELEPHONE
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
i34 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 196s
We store good. Opp. Poetcffice, across Plaza
? E, & W. Shirts
On Special Sale
Seize the Opportunity.
Buy a Year's Supply.
See What You Save.
E. & W. $2.00 Shirts, (?
Special Price J
E. & W. $2.50 and $3
Shirts, special price. .
E. & W. $3.50 and $4
Shirts, special price. .
All Jtfew Goods.
All New Patterns
Sale Prices on Suits and
Overcoats.
TO EXTEXD THE COMMON
POINT TERRITORY IX TEXAS
The Texas freight rate zone, known
"as the Texas common point territory,
will be extended westward to cover all
points as far as Del Rio and Eagle
Pass. This will reduce freight rates
at a few points outside of the zone, but
will not affect El Paso and Ticinity.
The change will be effective Febru
ary 6. v f
ADDS TWO EXTRA TRAINS
TO HANDLE ORANGE CROP.
The Texas & Pacific railway has
been compelled to put on two extra
freight trains during last week in
order to handle the extra traffic caused
by the orange rush. The two trains
will be kept in service until after the
orange seasnn is over.
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RAILROAD PERSONALS.
WE REPAXR EVERYTHING.
Key and Xiock work, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleveland
Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York, 999 miles.
In 38 hours.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP. 20S North Stanton Street. Phone Bell 130.
Ben
818
ICE CUE
Auto
1188
INITIATE FORTY-TWO AND
HAVE 100 APPLICATIONS
The El Paso dam of Beavers initiated
42 new members Monday night, bring
ing the membership to 312. However,
there were 100 applications reported
pipon favorably and with those already
elected, out who have failed to report
for initiation, the membership will
reach nearly 500. Six new applications
were received Monday night.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
LUMBE
BURTOK-LHTGO CO., FIRST & KAIfSAS STS..
BELL 50; AUTO 1C j
BeU
S08 & 629
A- E. RYAK fc CO.
DRUGGISTS
Auto
1C68
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEW ALL WIGHT.
Bell 20
Auto 1020
202 Tisu St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DEHTAL SUPPLIES.
HACK and BAGGAGE
W. P. McNair, chairman of the Ari
zona railway commission, was in El
Paso Monday.
W. R. Brown, general freight and
passenger agent of the E. P. & S. "W.
railroad, and Garnett King, assistant
general freight and passenger agent
of the same road, returned from Chi
cago Monday night.
G. S. Waid and R. M. Hoover, gen
eral superintendent and assistant su
perintendent, respectively, of the G.
H. & S. A. railway, left Sunday night
on a trip of inspection over the El
Paso-Sanderson division of the road.
W. C. Barnes, chief clerk to the gen
eral freight agent of the E. P. & S. W.
railroad, is in Little Rock, Ark., at
tending a rate meeting of agents.
"W. E. Douglas, claim agent of the
G. H. & S. A. Railroad company, re
turned Monday from Denison, Texas.
R. R. Nunn and Percy McGhee, jr.,
and Li. Lu Ferlet, of the G. H. engi
neering department, left for the east
ern end of the division Monday.
J. E. Kinney, a car repairer on the
T. P., has ben laid up during the past
week on account of illness.
R. B. Richmond, signal maintainer
on the G. H. & S. A., who has been
ill for some time with typhoid fever,
is reported to be improving.
H. B. Saville, a switchman on the
T. P., who has been laying off for
some time, has resumed his duties at
the local yards.
George Clarke, a yard man at the
T. P railroad yards, was taken to the
hospital at Marshall, Texas, last week,
suffering with rheumatism.
The E. P. & S. TV. pay car, which
was in El Paso last week, left Tues
day morning for its monthly trip over
the eastern division of the road.
J. W. "White, E. P. & S. W. conductor
nf the Tonal on the Dawson line, who
was injured last summer, has been j
compelled to lay off on account of the
injuries received at that time.
Harry Elliott, a car repairer at the
local shops of the T. P., has been lay
ing off during the last week.
F. B. Stewart of the local stockyards
has just returned 'from a trip through
Illinois, Iowa and other of the meddle
states.
Prank Hickey, machinist apprentice
at the T. P.'s local shops, was re
moved to the hospital at Marshall,
Texas, on account of Illness.
Sam Adair has resumed his duties in
the yardmaster's office at the T. P.
yards, after a short vacation.
TV. J. Lewis, ab rakeman on the west
end of the E. P. & S. TV., has been laid
up for a wek on account of illness.
Delivery horses for sale.
Ardoin's market.
Inquire at
WHITE OR TELEPHONE
For Pratt & Lambert's ISTo. 61 Floor Varnish book
let and we will take pleasure in sending it.
Tuttle Paiit Glass Co.
Dell Phone 200.
Auto Phone 1206.
"Will be up right away." LQNGWELL'S TRANSFER
118 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
Reasonable Prices.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
Bell
1054
AGGAGE and MQVl
Auto
1966
"We're there in just a minute." Storage ana Packing fey careful men at right prira.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFX2. AUTO 1966
Use the
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. COIfTSACT DEPT.
HENRY MOHR
S09 S. El Pas. St.
Gums, Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
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We have a complete assortment
RIFLES SHOT GUNS
AMMUNITION
SADDLES, HARNESS
SPORTING GOODS
Come in and let us show you.
Sfaeitoii-Payne Arms Company
"SEE BOFFECKER"
PorStore Fixtures and Glass. I just completed new
windows for Guarantee Shoe Co., in new Buckler
Block. Plate glass show eases a specialty.
We silver mirrors.
214 North Stanton Street, El Paso, Texas I
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January Skirt Sale
fegins Tomorrow Morning
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L PASO
500 Skirts-Including New Spring Models
At 1-3 Less Than Regular Prices
For months we have been planning for this annual sale. We have succeeded
in securing a remarkable collection of well tailored skirts, embracing more
than 50 new spring models.
Skirts for Women,
Misses and Girls
In this sale you are offered Panama, serge and
soft finished -worsted skirta of black, navy blue
-and brown, also cashmere and serge skirts in gray
mixtures and stripes, and black voile skirts. Also
included in the sale are girls and misses' skirts in
plain colors, including black, and the new checked
effects.
More than 50 new spring models are shown
some plain or self trimmed, others trimmed with
piping or folds of silk, satin or cloth, stall others
have silk embroidered panels.
You mustn't miss -this opportunity to purchase a
new spring skirt for just 1-3 less than the regu
lar price. t
Read these prices
offered beginning tomorrow
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Skirt values to $8.95; vSkirt values to $10.50; Skirt values to 13.50; Skirt values to $15.00;
Sale price, Sale price, f Sale price, Sale price,
5.00 $6.50 $8.75 $1000
First Showing of Spring Suits
$28.75, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00
Several express shipments of spring suits ave reached
us, giving us very good assoTtments at the above prices.
These advance arrivals . show the jaunty jacket 26
inches in length, and rather close fitting skirts, gored
effects or pleated at two or four of the seams. Sailor
collars are much in evidence and many of the skirts
are finished around the bottom with a wide cloth' fold.
The general effect is plainly tailored with little sug
gestions of bright color here and there on the jacket.
White serge is very much favored, also gray and tan
mixtures and stripes. In the solid shades, navy and
cadet blue, brown, tan, mode and, of course, black are
prominent. At $18.75, $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 we are
showing very good assortments of spring suits. Even
though you may not intend to purchase a suit right
now, we shall be glad to have you see the new styles.
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Odds and Ends Sale
7 lots of "Women's Shoes. $2.50 to $5.00 grades, broken
lots and sizes, 50c, 75c, 95c, $1.45, $1.95 and $2.45.
4 lots of Men's $2.50 to $7.00 Shoes, -in broken lots and
sizes, $1.45, $2.45, $2.95, and $3.45.
GREATER EL PASO'S
y GREATEST SHOE STORE
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At 203 Mesa Ave. Monday Morning, January 23rd.
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Seats Sale Wed.
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THE BIG BITTNEE COMPANY
PRICES: 15c, 25c, 35c
Matinees Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday,
MATTICE-BTJ3H CO.
Heating and Plumbing Contractors
"BEST BY TEST"
Our Service Is Prompt and Reliable.
109 N. Campbell St.
Bell 956 Auto 2356
PRICES: 10c and 25c
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