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L PASO HERALD
Thursday January 6. 1910.
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the next- V.'ho can tell? Sat -what the
M&nitlans are doing In an astronomical
way. we do not know" but what they
&re dOing in the matter of reclaiming
what corresponds in Marltian lan-
guage to "the Great American Desert-
we do know othins Ms given ou:
about It at Flagstaff however for that
is only where they study these things J
tL-nii make mans. Boston is where it
1s all given out. Dr. Percival Lowell
who knows all about the tars and
planets and milky ways and great dip-
pers la the man who does the talking.
What Dr. Lowell Says.
"Dr. Lowell says the observations at
Flagstaff have proved beyond a doubt
thai there is life on Mars.
"Animate will" is the term Dr. Low-
ell applies to the force which Is bring-
Irg about a remarkaable phenomenon
on the planet.
In the popular way of reporting what
Dr. Lowell has discovered the Inhabit-
ants of Mars are building a new sys
tem of canals from a known point to
a new oasis. Dr. Lowell says he is
watching them grow.
"New canals on Mars in the first
sense." said the speaker "though al-
ways Interesting and at times highly
Important are no novelty at this ob-
servatory. Inasmuch as at least 400
have been discovered here in the past
"When Schiaparelli lsttt his great
work he had mapped 117 canals with
those detected at Flagstaff the num-
ber has risen to between five and six
"To observe however a canal new
5n the sense that It had never existed
anteriorly and to prove the fact Is an
astronomic detection of a different order
and one the significance of which
speaks for itself. This is what has
happened at the last apposition at
"On September 30 1909 when the re-
gion of the Syrtis Major came into
view again after Its periodic hiding of
six weeks two striking canals were
evident to the east of the Syrtis in
places where no canals had ever pre-
viously been seen. Not only was their
appearance unprecedented but the
canals themselves were the most con-
spicuous ones on that part of the disc.
The Xerr Canals.
"The new canals ran from the bottorr
of the Syrtis Major and from a point
on its eastern side south converging
to an oasis. Itself new on the Cocy-
tus about two-thirds of the distance to
where that canal meets the Amenthes.
"The amenthes itself was not visible
except possibly as a suspicion. The
new canals -were recorded In independ-
ent drawings by assistant 13. C. Slipher
and the director and shortly afterward
were photographed as the "most con-
spicuous canals in the images.
"Subsequently examinations of the
records showed that Mr. Slipher hafl
drawn' one -of them iixe day before1 but I
not a trace 'of them was to be .foune j
in the drawings ox August -Juiy. June
or May. That they were Indeed new
was then conclusively established by
examination of the records -of previous
"The records of the observatory go
back to 1S94. Nor had any observer
previous to 1S94 recorded them. Schia-
parelli had never seen them nor bad
his predecessors or successors. This
determined definitely that no human
eye had ever looked at them before."
CsRaLs All modern.
The speaker took up the question o?
whether the canals might not -have
"been there all the time but unseen.
"This may be answered definitely in
the jiegative" he said "'when It is real-
ized that a canal of such size "while Ir
might not haye been visible .elsewhere
on account of the character -of the air
the Improved instrumental means ana
the long experience of the observers
could not have escaped the director's
The next point considered by the
speaker was whether the canals could
be due to the annual seasonal change
which affects all the features of the
"How can the observed phenomena"
continued Dr. Lowell "be due to an-
other cause which we have found op-
erative on the planet the special polar
association of particular canals? There
are canals which are quickened solely
from the melting -of the north polar
cap such as the Thoth and others like
the Ulysses which are beholden only
to the southern one. But the present
canals are not of that category foi
tliey did not appear in past Martian
years which. Jiad they been so condl-tioned.-they
would have done.
"The records are decisive on "the
point. They do not belong to the
class of Tfnihemisphexjc seasonal canals
for the records of Flagstaff covering
the seven or eight years needed to es-
tablish the fact are able to Ive an
The great furniture sale will soon
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nouncement. Globe Flour best by .test
and the payroll in El Paso.
Toul cs surprrsed -ar the results you
will get from n small want rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25c to 30c Phone Bell
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The Herald has provided a vis-
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patrons. Come in. any- time
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p. m. and see the best equipDed
newspaper plant in the south-
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About Herald Circulation.
II GOLD IT
The Bookmakers Forced
. From Their Pens Poor
Day for Favorites.
Col. Lane the weatner manT handed
the rats meeting across the river an-
other body blow "Wednesday. It was
so cold at the track that even the book
makers who are conceded to be the
coldest blooded crowd alive had to for- '
sake their fleecing pen for the enclosefi I
space under the grand stand -where the I
bar is located. The wind whipped j
arounu me tomD uite grano siana a.nu
nhnspti what fw horspmpn's wives
there were present back behind the
glass partition at the back of the
stand where the fire places furnished
sufficient hea to keep anyone from
suffering. It was the coldest and most
disagreeable day since the famous Fri-
day snowstorm and today is a dupli-
cate of yesterday with the wind a
I trifle tamer.
It was easy pickings for the bookies
Wednesday. Not a favorite finished
first in the six races and the boys
cleaned up a nice little bank roll each
from the regulars who -would go
through fire to play their choice. Tip-
ster a 20 to 1 shot finished first in
the first race with practically no play
on him. C. W. Kennon. a new horse at J
the meeting went to the post a strong:
favorite but was never in the running
at the finish.
First race selling 3 year olds purse
$300. 7 furlongs Tipster. 101 (Ramsey)
j won; Lord Clinton 106 (Kennedy) sec
ond; Judith Page 99 (Garner) third.
Time 1:29 4-5. Luke Cates Odd Rose
Banlady C. W. Kennon King Rover
Wolloby also Tan.
Second Tace selling 4 year olds and
upward purse $300 1 mile Orbed' Lad
105 (Mondan) won. St Kilda 100 (Gar-
ner) second; Ora Sudduth 98 (Ram-
sey) third. Time. 1:41. True Slf Play-
lit Sad News Gerona Donna. Elvira
Ollie Burnett The Thorn also ran.
Third race selling 4 year olds and
upward purse $300 5 furlongs Sil-
ver Stocking 98 (Benscoten) won:
Ocean Queen 104 (Garner) second:
Jolly 109 (McCahey) third. Time 1:06.
Meddling Hannah Joe Ehrich Valley
Stream also ran.
Fourth race selling 4 year olds and
upward purse $300. 1 mile Llsta 102
(Garner) won; Lighthouse 106 (Mc-
Cahey) second; Charlie Doherty 112
(Warren) third. Time 1:41 1-5. Mc-
Nally Contestee; Pelham Dainty Bell
Fifth race selling 4 year olds and
upward purse $300. 6 furlongs Light
Knight 116 (Molesw.orthX won; Cotytto
1D9 Beriscoten) second;''Don "Hamilton.
119 (Crowley) third. Time 1:13 4-5.
Judge Shortall Virginia "Lindsey Sea-
sick Bill Bramble Caesar Augustus
Chian Belle Elder Miss Gratitude Car-
dinal Sarto also Tan.
Sixth race selling 4 year olds and
upward purse $300 1 l-16th miles
Servile. 110 (Burlingame) won; Wen-
der 104 (Warren) second: Fantastic
108 (Benscoten) third. Time 1:47.
Howard Pearson Sensible Miss Alert
FROM BELL HOP
TO CRACK JOCKEY
Eddie Dugan May Gome to
The Juarez Races ISText
From an A D. T. kid to one of the
leading jockeys of the soft dirt track
is a "big jump for an SO pound boy to
make. That Is what Eddie Dugan.
who is now riding at Emeryville but
mav come to the Juarez traVk- -novr 1
year has done. Hopping messenger
calls at $5 a week and perquisites Ed-
die got on with one of the trainers at
Oakland and his earnings as a premier
jockey are said to total over $100000.
Dugan was just a kid as kids go
when he was hustling around Oakland
with messages to deliver and a living
to make; His parents wanted him to
go to school but Eddie just could not
see the school room for the dust of
the running track. He struck "Babe"
O'Connor for a job breezing colts ana
got it. He bad a fine line of thick
talk thanks to his varied and various
experiences as A D. T. messenger ana
he convinced the "Babe" that he had
the necessary sand In his craw to maXe
a jockey. He was allowed to gallop
horses for his feed slept in the stalls
and hustled spending money.
Cried After First Race.
His first race was the most excitin&
of his long career as a rider of thor-
oughbreds he says. He 'lost by but a
nose and he was so excited that he
blubbered and cried when he went in
the scale room to wejgh in. For this
be got laughed at by the other-jockeys
but he soon began shaking heel dust
in their eyes at the finish of the race
and they started to respect him for
His brother was a retired jockey
and he sa the little chap had the stuff
in him and started in to coach him. He
rode for Barney Schrieber over the
western courses and made quite a hit
with the man who was here for the
races this winter. Sam Hildreth later
bought the boy's contract and he has
been riding for him since then. Should
Hildreth decide to bring a part of his
string to El Paso next year for the
Juarez meeting Eddie will be with the
outfit and will do Sam's riding for
Like His Work.
The secret of his success Eddie says
has been that he liked the work.
New York X. Y. Jan. 6. The New
York American league has announced
a cut in its playing force to the legal
limit of 35. Second baseman Warnei
and outfielders Channell and Farrell
have been released to the Memphis club
of the Southern league.
Do you know that croup can be pre-
vented? Give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as soon as the child becomei
hoarse or even after the crpupycough
appears and it will prevenfcfthe? attaofc
IjIs also a certain cure tor" croup ana !
was never been known to fail. Soir?
by all druggists.
Poll Total of 2752 Pins
Against Dummy Opposi-
tion at Tivoli.
"With the safety valve plugged down
the Pirates broke all bowling records
last night by rolling a total of 2752
against a dummy opposition at the
Tivoli alleys. Three games were
played by the Pirates after the In-
vlnclbles failed to appear for the match
and each of these games went past the
900 mark. Doak rolled 605 for his total
of three games Bryan made 231 in
the third game and the total score was
The scores made were:
Pirates. 12 3 Total
Houck 200 200 170 570
Bryan 150 190 231 571
Doak -. 206 189 210 605
Lehman 127 163 171 461
Lewis 223 165 157 545
Totals 906 907 939 2752
Tonight the Ef Paso Y. M. C. A. team
will bowl the Childress team by tele-
graph. A match will also be rolled by
wire with Douglas and Bisbee. the same
results of the Childress-El Paso game
standing for the other two matches.
First race (5 furlongs) Milton B.
won; Necutel second; Jack Laxson
third. Time 1:13 2-5.
Second race (5 furlongs selling)
May Jane won; Harriet Rowe second;
Vanadium third. Time 1:06 4-5.
Third race (5 furlongs) Halifax
won: Sorrel Top second: Luck Mate
third. Time 1:05 2-5.
Fourth race (6 furlongs) Col. Ash-
meade -won; Catsowary second; Lou La-
nier third. VTime. 1:19.
j Fifth race (7 furlongs) Flora Riley
tjird. Time 1:32.
Sixth race (mile) Judge Durdon
won; W. I. Hinch second; Neida third.
Time 1:49 1-5.
First race (5& furlongs selling)
Billy Myer won; No Quarter second;
Ampedo third. Time 1:07 3-5.
I Second race (3 furlongs purse) Osso-
bar won; Welako second; Frank Fer
ris third. Time :36 2-5.
Third race (futurity course selling)
Madeline Musgrave won; Nagazam sec-
ond; Dareington third. Time 1:10 2-5.
Fourth race (1 1-16 miles San Rafael
handicap) Silver Knight won; Raleigh
second; Jeanette third. Time 1:47 3-5.
Fifth race (mile selling) Ed Ba.l
won; Convent Bell second; Deneen
third. Time 1:41 3-5.
Sixth race (6 furlongs selling) Bal---onia
won: Banorella second; Dr.
Dougherty third. Time 1:14 2-5.
First race (5A furlongs selling)
Clem Beachy won; Captain Glore sec-
ond; Dave Nicholson third. Time
Second race (5 furlongs) C. W.
Burt won; W. A Waterbury second;
Baby Willie third. Time 1:08.
Third race (6 furlongs selling)
Grande Dame won; George W- Lebolt
second; Aunt Kate third. Time 1:14.
Fourth race (Lakeland selling stakes
5 furlongs; Booger Red won; Arlon-
ette second; Lady Irma third. Time
Fifth race (7 furlongs) Roseboro
:won: La Reine Hindoo second; Sally
! Preston third. Time 1:28.
Sixth race (11-16 miles selling)
J Topsy Robinson won; Endymion sec-
j ond; Belleview third. Time 1:48 1-5.
BIG FIGHT CANNOT
BE HELD IX UTAH.
Salt Lake Utah Jan. 6. Governor
William Sprey has put the fixings to
Tex. Rickard's scheme for holding the
Jeffries-Johnson fight in Utah. Gov-J
ernor Sprey says he will uphold the
law which does not permit prizefights
to be held in that state. This makes
it almost an assured certainty that the
fight will be staged in California ana
probably at San Francisco.
fUUlM". f-' -"Xl1- u- ttl" --"s- 1
ford has signed to fight six rounds wlth'
Jack Sullivan before the Empire
letic club here on January IS
The great year end sale begins at
Springer's Monday. It will pay you to
attend this great sale. It only lasts
WILL BE PAVED
George Look Agrees to Im-
provement in Front of
At the meeting of the South Stanton
street property owners at the court
house this morning. Park Pitman an-
nounced that D. Storms had Teceivecr
a telegram from George Look stating
that he would sign up for the paving
of the street in front of his three
blocks on this street and as other
property owners had agreed to do like-
wise the street would be paved.
Frank Spence said: "The most im-
portant thing is to arrange for the
double tracking for without that the
paving will not benefit us to any great
extent. If the company does not double
track this line at the present time It
never will after the paving is laid so
I think It would be well to have this
matter settled before the paving is
D. Storms has been called to Ft Worth
and Robert Silberberg tc Mexico City
so the meeting today was brief.
Only a few days to wait and then you
can get rurniture at a oig discount at
the Springer year end sale.
CRIMINAL CASES SET.
District attorney W. D. Howe has set'
the following criminal cases for trial
during the week: P. Murillo. charged
with forging the name of It. G. Gon
zalez to several checks; J. C. MacDon- j
aid charged with burglarizing the
Black Bros dental office In the Mills
building; and William Armsteaa"
charged with burglarizing the East
El Paso grocery.
APPLIES FOR CITIZENSHIP.
Leonard Emig 'a trained nurse at
Hotel Dieu has applied for his first
citizenship papers. He waj born at
Gadern. Germany. 28l years' ago and
has been a resident of El l?aso since I
November 1 1D08.
MIKE WRITES 0
Contributes to Chicago Trib-
une Interesting Skit on
Strangely out of tune with the har-
mony of boosts that are being sent out
by the correspondents that have gath-
ered here for the Juarez races is a stick
of stuff under the head "Uncensored
Juarez Dope" "which appeared in Hugh
E. Keough's column of sport comment
in the Chicago Trioune. The article is
under a Denver date line and is signed
"Mike." Says Mike:
Denver Colo. Dear Mister: Evident-
ly you have not heard the whole truth
about that race track opposite El Paso.
One of my side kicks just blew in from
there (box car) anu tells some rrible
tales." It appears that the rubes are
wise at least the ones that have shown
so far are. They actually refuse to
plunge when some of tne fraternity
chalk up evens on some old pelter that
ought to be about 20 to 1. The track is
' inches deep in Mce real ice too and it
takes three hours to -warm up a skate to
get him off a walk. The suckers are un-
' kind enough to make remarks about the
! noble thoroughbreds gathered there.
j and they even notice .-e fact that the
same gee gees run every day so you
can see that It is pretty bad.
The paid attendance runs about 113
per day but there is a large gathering
I of the El Paso anvil chorus who get in
on-comps. They say that any old thing
will let you through the gate an old
railroad ticket any kind of a card or
even a street car transfer. One guy
got in on a card reading Rev. Timothy
Smythe." (Timothy is agin the noble
pastime and lives in El Paso.)
Any night in El Paso around the St.
Regis hotel you can hear all kinds of
I Triters are 1vearing ready made clothes
swear words and some or the sheet
aud have rented furnished rooms
too bad to see the old game in
Even the street car conductors-on the
Juarez line have fun kidding thegang.
One of them abked Mark Hellbron if
it wouldn't seem nice to eat a steak
once more. Mark got awfully mad and
went out on the front platform and
whon the motorman asked him if he had
had a good day he wanted to murder
Just to show how glad the locals are
to have the exhibition of a once great
sport In their midst "owners" are on
deck cadging feed money from any-
body and boys don't eat at all. Every-
body Is disgusted and If enough money
ever shows to get the bunch out they
will have to add about 40 day coaches
to the Rock Island train thnf: departs
every 24 hours for civilization.
Every one wants to know how the
weather is up around Toronto and Mon-
treal the only two spots left on earth
where they still bite freely. Tours.
fr XEDSOX AXT KETCHELL
f" TO TOUR. THE WORLD.
4" Grand Rapids. Mich. Jan. 6.
Battling Nelson and Stanley Ketch-
ell are planning a trip around the j-
world together. 4
In a general way the agreement
is to go to Europe first and then
tceei tout; eye osr
THE YELLOW LABEL
All subscribers to Tje Herald
should watch the yellow label nasted
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mcu uu.uw.1.. j-"- ue.it uiiinen rnsrft.
on is tne oats 01 exDlratlon of sub-
scription. When a remittance on sub-
f5hn.rld he chan6fl. Wh it
changed soon arter remittance is made
allowing of course reasonable time
to reach El Paso the subscriber
should immediately call the attention
of this offico to the oversight. By
doing this when the matter is fresh In
the minds of all concerned all further
trouble and Inconvenience will ba
CAR AND HOSE
Horse and Two Men Are In-
jiued Similar to Acci-
dent of a Year Ago.
While making a run to answer a
fire alarm from the Hotel Dleu box
this morning hose wagon No. 2 from
the Central fire station collided with a
westbound .Boulevard car throwing !
driver Bob Widman and John Sullivan
to the ground injuring Nigger one
of the fire horses seriously and slight-
ly bruising the leg of Teddy the other
horse of the team.
The run was being made north on
Stanton and the wagon was attempt-
ing to cross Boulevard when the acci-
dent occurred. On the bose wagon
were Bert Lagros. S. E. Jackson Jess
Widman and Fred Kiefer while Sulli-
van sat with the driver on the front
seat. None of the men were Injured
although they were thrown from their
Nigger the horse that was injured
in the collision. Is one of the two horses
that the electric railway company gave
to the fire department to replace the
two horses that were killed in a simi-
lar accident last year on the Boule-
vard line. He will be unable for ser-
vice for several weeks as Dr. F.
Thatcher the veterinary surgeon says
that in addition to the injuries on the
horse's head and right front foot he
ls injUred Internally and may never be
able to run to fires again
The alarm to which the hose wagon
was responding was false.
Two Fire Alarms.
.t 6:20 Wednesday evening the Mesa
fire company was called out by an
alarm from 904 North Oregon street
where an overheated stove had set fire
to the floor. The blaze was extin-
guished with buckets of water and the
damage was slight.
At js:ud this morning the Mesa and
Sunset companies were called to 1003
A big feature of the January Clearance Sale will be this extra special sale of
shoes tomorrow. This imderprieing includes many of the most desirable
styles in this section.
WOMEN'S SHOES Patent kid dress shoes in the
newest short vamp styles with French heels. Regu-
larly retailed for $5.00 and ?6.00. fo2 QQ
Fridav. a pair pOoO7
WOMEN'S SHOES Gra-v ooze and French bronze
kid button shoes made "on the
Our regular 5.00 styles are
for Friday a pair
WOMEN'S SHOES Extra quality patent leather
shoes with welt soles. Newest styles for street
wear. On Friday the $3.50 styles
$2.9S ; the $3.00 styles for
Manufacturers' samples of
all leathers. Sizes 3. 31-2
ular $2.75 $3.00 and ?3.50
values j a pair
Plain Rep Portieres in red green
and brown with handsome figur-
ed border. Regular $5.00 values.
Specially priced Friday a pair
Pancy Tapestry Portieres in
green and brown and red and
green with extra heavy frince;
$4.00 values; specially priced Fri-
tfot only in these two departments will you iind genuine bargains but all
over the store. All special lots previously advertised will remain on sale until
January 11th (unless sold out before.)
The u World of "White" will be the most elaborate showing of white gar-
ments and fabrics ever made in the great southwest. Yalues offered in this sale
will be phenomenal.
MENT OF OTJR
Norta Oregon street where the roof
had caught fire from sparks from the
chimney. A little damage was done to
JUAREZ JOCKEY CICB
Twenty-seventh Day Friday Jan. 7.
First race selling six furlongs
Bright Skies 97 Be Brief 99 Dick
Vestal 104 Gerrymander 104 Myrtle
Dixon 105 Gladys Louise 105 Bill
Bramble 107 Margaret Randolph 108
Ina Gray 108 Bitter Hand 110 Sibari
111 Hidden Hand 113.
Second race selling six furlongs-1-Salntasa
94 Odd Rose 94. May Day
99 Muxlow 99. Tug Boat 101 Cantsel
104 Eben Holden 104. Banlady 107
Mary Genevieve 107 Pick Point 109
King Rover 109 Billy Mayhue 112.
Third race purse five furlongs Sil-
ver Stocking 105 Galinda 105 Sevenful
105 Sugar Maid 105 Al Muller 107
French Cook 110 Vf. A. Leach 110.
Fourth race selling six furlongs
Master Clarence 101. Ed Keck 101 Ladv
Paret 102 Cesarilass 107 Dixie Gem
107. Malitine 107 Catheryn Scott 107
Lord Clinton 109. Rounder 112 Siscus
112 Luke Cates 112.
Fifth race selling six furlongs
Mauretania 99. Anne McGee 102 Tre-
margo 109 Blagg 109 Lomond 109 Ko-
Sixth race selling six furlongs
Lady Ethel 100 Marjorie K. 102 Resti-
tution 102. Feckless 102 Sansamon 102.
Regards 104 Convenient 105 Max Nal
107 Sunline 107 Dr. Coleman 107
Bonnie Reg 107 Deuce 110.
Five pounds apprentice allowance
Friday Shoe Bargains-
WOMEN'S SHOES Odds and ends of the best sell-
ing styles of the season in ail leathers. To clean up
the remaining pairs we 'have made a spe- d0 AQ
rial lot of all worth up to S4 for pair. . P rO
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES Vici kid bluch-
er cut shoes with heavy extension soles- Extra good
for everv day wear. Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 d 1 Q
$1.39; sizes 81-2 to 11 P 1 1 i7
BOYS' SHOES Extra quality patent leather with
welt sole in both button and lace xery stylish nexr
last3. Our special $3.00 quality on. dQ OQ
Friday a pair ! P03
very newest lasts.
s for street
women's shoes in
To entirely close
and 4 only. Res-
fine shoes tor
$5.00 and $6.00
JAMJAB.Y CLEARANCE SALE -
Decisive reductions have been made on the
m keepers and hotel-keepers will serve their inter
ests best by taKmg aavaniage 01 tnese special 01-
ferings. The line is made np of a great variety of styles
in Renaissance Irish Point Battehberg IsTotting-
gjk ham" T$et Arabian Louis XV. and Erench Eflet.
A saving 01 at leasi one-iourtn in many in-
stances it is as much as half.
While Net Curtains
White Net Curtains trimmed ef-
fectively with Bajttenberg and
flat braids; 21-2 yards long and
worth $5.00 a pair d0 7Q
Irish Point and Filet Xet Cur-
tains in verv new designs-
Tnree vards lonir and full width.
Worth $7.00 a pair
Arabian Cluny and ilarie An-
toinette Curtains handsome in de-
sign extra quality Q OQ
worth $12.00 a pol. tJJO.O V
INTEREST YOUR FRIENDS
IX EL PASO'S GROWTH
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Sky Scraper Edition.
The yearly review edition of the El
Paso Herald to be published early in
January will give a most compjehens-
Ive summary of the growth and devel-
opment of El Paso. In no other way
can you give your friends so much re-
liable information regarding El Paso
and the Southwest.
Twenty-five thousand copies of the
edition will be published. Orders are
on file covering a large part of this
supply and all who wish to mail copies
You'll be surprisea at the results you
will get from a small want rent or
for sale nd in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c Phone Bell
U5 Auto 1115 and tell the srirL
Glebe Flour Dest by test
and the payroll In-"El Paso.
-Produces thick luxuriant hair trhe all
ether reaieaiea Xall. e ibuuici
Danderine. All DruTgitt 25c 58c and
tfl or scad thla Ad rrlta 18c (ataatae mr
llrer) for a Iars:e ir aaaaale.
KNOWLTO.V DANDERINE CO
ESTER S PILLS
THE UIAJlUi'W iULNO.
lMHa In Kcd sd Gold tnrtalKcN
botes sealed -iriSh Bice RJblra.
j oito no oiaer. jay or year
DIAilO.f B i:XANI PILLS for 25
j tin known as Best Safest Alwtrs Rel!abl
out our line of the Florsheim
men we oner tne remaining
of Lace Curtains
Ecru Net Curtains
Irisih Point and Cable Xet Curtains
with flat and Battenberg braid..
Three yards "knag; regular $7.00
Imported Arabian and Battenberg
Curtains very handsome new-
styles three yards long and worth.
$17.50 a pair &1 1 OQ
at PI 102
Finest French Cable Xet trimmed
with Arabian hand made lace.
Very new in style and worth.
$30.00 u pair
An Inhalation for
Coughs Golds Catarrh
Cresetene Is a Soon to Asthmatics
Docs it sot .seem more effective to breaths ia a
rejeedy for dc&se3 of the breathing orgaaa thaa
Cresaleae cores because the air resdered
strongly antiseptic ia carried over the diseased
surface viti every bretth gixingf prolonged sad
constant treatment it a ln-raiuaoje to
with small cMldrea.
For irritated throat
there is nothing better
than Cr?solens Antiseptlo
Send c in postage
for sajiple bottle.
Send postal for de
im aaiton Street
LoulsYlHe & Nash-
ville R R
C nil X ATB B
Offers the merchant the hest servici
and the quickest time to Hew York and
other eastern markets.
New Orleans-New York Limited an
all Pullman train leaves ICew Orleaaa
daily 8.00 P. M.
Excellent service to Birmingham.
Louisville Cincinnati and Chicago
through sleepers to above points.
J. F. SULLIYAN
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