El Paso Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 25, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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El. PASO MORNING TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1907.
Fine Imported Wines and Liquors
We carry a full line of the celebrated Deinhard 4 Co.'* Rhine and
Laubenheimer. Bernoastler Doctor.
Nlerstelner Riesling. Winnlnger
Piesporter. Zeltlnger itothlay.
Varcobruiiner. Rudesheitner BUchofaberg.
,* EVARISTE DUPONT AND CO. BORDEAUX.
St. EraUloa. . Cha. Lafite.
St,. JulietL CUa. La Rose.
St. Seurin MeJoc. Potnmard.
Cha. de Corbiac. Ponlet Canet.
Cha. de Margaux. Cote* de Itourg.
SAUTERNES AND BURGUNDIES.
Chateau Yquem Chambertiii. Cbablis,
A lull line of Repsold’s tine California wine* and
gundy. All suitable for dlnne r parties.
HOUCK <& DIETER CO.
Wholeiele Liquor Dealers and Wine Merchants
Phone 65 220 tl Paso St.
SENATOR ALGER DEAD
FORMER SECRETARY OF
Death Due to Heart Disease From
Which He Had Suffered for Years—
Interview He Gave Six Years Ago
Now Given Out,
Washington, It. 0., .fan. 21.—United
liHaii's Senator Russell A. Alger of
Michigan died, suddenly at his home j
at H:i?> tills morning. “
FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
FOR MEALTMfAWD PI KASURE
ViftTort 1’bolnt*. Ornhum county. Arte. RMomuiwitW br physicians for the
ftire of Rhvuifi»tbi». Gont, Dropsy, Liver and Kidney. fitflmiwh Troubles, all
rkin Rt.d Blood IM.iorderr. Nervous Disc*#**,*. Women * ailments a apedalty.
HOT SALT WATCH
SODIUM WATER IRON WATER
The 314*1 Baths areVjuiii to any ,ln the!’world
Hulphur Baths and Electric treatments. Chronic
i aMtH ttiven speclal attention. First-class iteeom
mod at ions. lutes, including room, board anti
baths, 2.25, 250land 2 (W a day. Correapond-
enoe soUelUid. Inquire at rimes office for any
FORT THOMAS. ARIZONA.
s:3n the ALEXANDER BROS-, Props.
senator had a pleasant chat, with nls ; m. _ ........-..........—...... . , —... ■—..............1 , . , _....., , _
wit- and went down »(a!n. A ^ ! PBLXSJUN 111 LL IN HOI SE 'f r «<•* a *«!p should be submitted
niiicu amt • j to congress and the navy department
' eutil tlin n<iu.r>ifT/iottAnu t r, thn /tttntfft!
Driving Time is H(
What about a boggy?
If so, come around
and let me lit you
I can give you the
correct thing, for
my stock covers ev-
ery desirable and
proper style from
H. P. NOAKE
Cor. Overland and Santa Fe Sts
SWEETEN HAM TO
LOSE HIS OFFICE
((’antlnued from Kir: t Page.)
Finest Liquors ami Wines to be
found ill El I’tlSO. Fresh cool beer
tiles, porter anti cigars.
G, C. Kinmtn (Q. Co. Props
211 East Overland Street,
''Only u 'small guard was landed
with the working party which aved
Mi" archive* at the consulate, and
when ihew men had completed their
work they joined the general working
"Everything that Admiral Davis
did way with the full knowledge and
consent 01 the authorities.
"('tmdlHons are slowly Improving
here Theta1 )a no scarcity of food.
Cash allowance* to tin* needy are be-
ing made by the archbishop and the
joil, 4 etunruiltee. There are 2.UU0
pereoh- deslltiite turd without borltes
Many: bodies are being recovered
(Utilv; forty were found yesterday,
The exact number of bodies burned
or cremated Is not known, but it will
probably reach SOU, and it i- believed
that the total fatalities will reach Hub
"There la great consternation here
as a result or a. cablegram from Don
don saying that all the Insurance cone
pane t disclaim liability for lasses in
eured an a result ol the earthquake
"The earth shocks continue, hut
tbev are not severe."
Your Wedding Cake
Will be best if ordered from
The Belgian Bakery
Ask Governor's Removal.
Santiago, Cuba, .Ian 21.---The
vi a,m i Otari hits arrived from King
■ i<in wit h cm refugees, including the
tamity ol the the late Cuban Consul
I! Ik report etl that, a pH it ion Is lie-
lug circulated In Kingston I , nave
Cim-ruor .SwettenUtti.it removed.
110 Had Ov.rt.Dd Ttl.phon. 110 i
HI Fa no' lieer- Eight day Malt—
Oregon Hops- Mesa, water.....that is
Times Want Ads. bring reaulta.
Badger Fuel Company
Agentl for KANSAS P0RTI AND CFMtNT CO. of Tola, Kansas, auil
dealers in Fuel and all kinds of building materials.
Seoond and Chihuahua Bta. Phone 389.
THERE’S ONLY ONE
place, the Troy laundry, where you can get the
best work done. Courteous treatment and satis-
faction guaranteed. Phone 278.
EUROPEAN PLAN STRICTLY MODERN,
B, J. BRUN, Proprietor, EL PASO, TEXAS.
CORNER OREGON AND MAIN STREET*
UNBSR CAME MANAGEMENT A* MARIE ANTOINETTE, BAN FRAN-!
Japanese Question in the California
Sacramento, Cal., .Ian 2 1 A eon
current resolution strongly protesting
against the naturalization of any
Asiatic race, watt adopted b.v the lie-
publican stale senators in enueii, to-
day, and later was introduced-In n,u
senate by Keane of San Franc:-eo.
The Democratic senators adopted a
caucus resolution that the president’s
Interferenire in tho Japanese school
question was a violation of the state's
Until this notice is withdrawn Na-
tions' Meat and Supply company will
serve any poor person, bearing identi-
fication front any charitable associa-
tion or minister, with meat free of
charge during all business hours.
KAKTHQL'AKK FLAI SKTKST
Jury in San Francisco Gives a Verdict
Against an Insurance Company
minute., later his heart,
death came quickly. Senator Alger j
Itad not been feeling well for several ,
laya. but he wan In the senate cham-; ALL
!:cr Tuesday afternoon throughout, tho
discussion of the Brownsville affair, j
He hail stiffen', from valvular disease;
of the heart for years.
When the president was informed
of Senator Alger’s death, be address-
nil u note of condolence to Mrs. Alger
and accompanied it with a floral offer-
The formal announcement of Sen-
ator Alger's death was made to the
army by Secretary Taft in an order,
in which, after paying a tribute to
General Alger's character,, it in order-
ed that Mm ilags at all military posts
be displayed at, halt staff on the day
»f the funeral The order says:
"Secretary: of War Alger was the
ISHED SAVE ONE.
! sent the specifications to the eapitot
j earl vibis session. The cost of the
ABOL-jtwo battleships Is estimated at §10,-
A four-room modern brick house In
Highland Park. Easy terms.
NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO.
Phono 5550. 219 San Antonio 3t
WORKING 0\ A FAR BILL
Business to Be Done at Washington—
Naval Appropriation Bill Approved
—Two Monster Fighting Ships Pro-
vided For—Brownsville Investiga-
WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW.
Interstate Commerce Commission As- J
sistina in an Effort to Cure
Telegram Received Yesterday Says
Buffalo Will Get Here on Time,
Washington, .Ian. 24.—The Intel- j
state commerce commissioners have, j
at the request of the president, pre- |
pared a series of principles which, in
their opinion should form the basis
Wu hington, dan. 21- Testimony
concerning the affray at Brownsville,
Texas, will be taken by the full sen- ; of any legislation which may be ref-
ute committee on military affaire, be- ! ommended to congress on the car
ginning February 4. Subpoenas_ will | shortage question. They are the di-
.......... . ..... . ........... be irenerl at once for officers of the , reel 'outcome of1 the situation which
object of unjmd criticism because ol ; dUrliarged negro battalion and pots- has developed from the scarcity of
the’country's lack of unpreparediiess »JWy some of the enlisted men. j cars throughout the country, about
in order to expedite the taking of which so many complaints have reach-
lesllmon,", it was agreed that some j tin- commission and of tiio appeal
member of the committee, probably j made to the president about ten days
Senator Foruker, will conduct the ; ago by the executive committee of
cast1 on behalf of the enlisted men.
Other members of the committee
will be privileged to cross-examine
the men, This procedure was agreed
for war .then war came, although for
this ho was la no wise responsible.”
the National Demurrage convention
hold in Chicago. None of the com-
missioners would discuss the sitggea-
tiou made to the president, but it. is
known that among the recommenda-
tions discussed were. those penalizing
the railroads for unnecessary delay
Alger's Opinion of McKinley,
Milwaukee, Wls„ Jan. 21,—The .Mil-
waukee Journal today prints an Inter-
view with General Russell A. Alger,
old,'lim-d In Detroit, March 4. 1900,; „|h„, (n order to keep the examination
th ing inside facts regarding his res- , wRh|n tl„,
•»nn(.t >n from McKinley's rnblneL The question of -ending a sub-coni- nK. railroads tor unnecessary delay
•ciicral Alger exacted n promise that; t0 Brownsville was discussed, j |n moving loaded cars under certain
he niu-nii'vi- would not be-published ; |„n no ducislon was r>uichcd. None : Conditions and some plan for an inter-
intll nth r lil« death of tin- cofit rovers', which developed| change of cars. Tile result of the
t«om*ra| Alu:<‘r Kaiil f.har. owing to , clurinj^ the e<msi<l< ration of the rosolu- roinniiHSlonhs work will be laid before
the sc\i>ie criticism against him -1 ut-, tiori iu the senate, was manUebtcd in tip, president probably tomorrow.
ng tin Spanlxh-American war, he: oR, coinniltWe. 1 _:__
’luce times offered In resigti from Die; ____ij.n.^ni,•
■■’Uhlnei, but each time President Mc-J |n the House.
KIntel said he would quit the presl-1 Waslilngton, Jan 24.-The house to-
leney before lie would allow it. I day voted to abolish nil pension
General Alger said that the sequel j agencies throughout the country,
showed how' much McKinley's word t eighteen in. number and centralize
was worth; that, later, his '.resignation j tho payment of pensions In the city
was accepted because the president, pf Washington. This action was
otid- (lint lie was ‘‘embarrassed" and rtaken tin the pension appropriation
'annoyed" because of Alger's alleged j bill
!NOTED MERCHANT SLAIN
Prominent London Business Man Shot I
to Death—His Assailant Then
Felix Robert, Manager Juarez Bull
Will arrive with buffalo Saturday.
Have some one meet us at. El Paso.
The above telegram received just
before noon yesterday, as it clearly
says, stales that tjie buffalo which
are to furnish the main part of the
attraction in the Juarez bull ring Sun-
day afternoon, will arrive here Satur-
day. For a time it was feared that
the storms in the North might detain
them, blit the fear of that is now past,
and in all probability, barring some
unforeseen accident, the buffalo and
bull fight will occur as scheduled. No
attraction ever seen in Juarez or El
Paso has attracted the attention that
Is being bestowed upon this unique
exhibition. On every side people are
declaring their attention of going, and
some are even arranging to have cer-
tain seats reserved for them.
Remember tho program. Cicillo Lo-
bato, "Complete," will kill three bulls,
the bull and the buffalo will fight
and’ a fifth bull for the pubic. The
biggest and best program ever put on
In the Juarez ring and the ' most
unique exhibition ever given on the
Western continent. Nothing ike it
since the days of the Roman gladia-
tors. Don't miss It.
London, Jan. 24.—A dramatic
tragedy, startled- London today, when
after a spirited debate on the Win W’iiiieiey, (nit- of the most, proud-
dllnnce willi Governor Pingree in a i bill. Dent figures ‘in ' the business world,
dan to elect t i the ft. S. senate j By a vote of 58 to 114 an amend- .was shot dead in his store by a youth
Viper over McMillan, even after. Ihe|menl offered by Air. Dalzell of Bonn- claiming to be bis son.
alter hud promised to give way to | sylvania, restoring the number of An unknown young man was ac-
■ enenil Alger after Ills (McMillan's! | agencies i o eighieeu. as id present, corded a private interview with Mr.
ft 111,,11 ,1 . ii-i.i, i : _i .....1 . in
lerin was up General Alger said that | was defeated, ami then an amend
McKinley lucked backbone. : m -m offered by Mr. Gardiner of
’I" related bow lie had finally learned! Michigan, eonsilidating all the. aged-
'lii'oiigh Vice President Hobart .hat ei"- into one was adopted without
VleKInlev claimed that lie had embar-! division,
vassed him and■ lvow he went to the The pension -appropriation bill, car-
ui e-lib'iii and asked it’ lie had really | ryiug $ LlS.umi.iiiiu in round numbers.
embfuTasHed him, I w’ils passed.
"Vos.” he said, "von have emhar- A message from Lite president rein-
a sued me and | am annoved.” ! ,iv» to insurance was read:- and at
"I t >l,| him that 1 could readily re-' "'eloi k, out of respect to the
Hove Ids embarrassment by resigning: memory ot t he late Senator Alger,
mm ids cabinet ; tee house adjourned,
" I Have not asked you to re- I ~ ~
vlg.n,' lie said. '| shall never ask von ; Another Message Sent
to resign.' ' I Washington
'But I wrote out my resignation I Koosevelt today sent to congress a
. . •. - .. ' • j | im*8Eag<‘ lavnriijg a iiumIfI insmancG
decided, in order to prevent a fight l'Iaw 1,1 (lu‘ ‘ <>r ('olmal,la' as
rccommiMHlifl liv llu* Kirj»rt>nu> s;u|um*-
ihI HFui ii to th«* prenldunt.
•vmong tho roiH'i^MontaMvu.s of Mi chi
gait a fight I should have won, bow- i 1»' 'n,i,,nl immranee of the District, | other written matter on his person
.V..I- withdraw as a candidate for i 'vho suggested an insurance law upon j to lead to his identification. I lie po-
Wlilt.eley in the latter's private office,
where tiie two man remained closeted
for q few moments. As Mr. Whileley
emerged it was observer that the
ymmg man was following and impor-
tuning him; .while Mr, Whiteley was
waving bis visitor off and threaten-
ing to cal! the police. Suddenly the
young man drew a revolver and fired
two . ut at Mr. Wliltrdey, who fell
dead. Before the assassin could bo
secured he turned bis weapon upon
himself and Inflicted a probably mor-
The personality of the assassin and
motive for bis crime are euvel-
The largest audience of the season
greeted that bright, sparkling and
tuneful musical comedy, "The Um-
pire,” at the Crawford last night. It
was one of the dressiest audiences of
Independent Assay Office
D.W. Reckhart, E.M
Agent for Ore ShipfN
Assays and Chemi -A
Mines Examined and
bullion Work a Specisit
P. 0. Box 88.
SEAMON ASSAY CO.
ASSAYERS, CHEMISTS AND
Agents for Ore Shippers
Car. S(i Fniclici aal tea* St*.
Telephone 230. P. 0. Bo B7.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT A FERGUSON
So ceisors to Huches 4 Crtcfiett.
Assayers - Chemists'- Metallurgsts
AGENTS FOB 0BE SNIPPERS.
119 SAN FRANCISCO STREET. HONK 331
DOC SING, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS NOON MEALS 30 CENTS.
Short orders day end night. Ordors for
epecial dinnors receive prompt attention.
GEO. G. SAUER & CO.
210 San Francisco St. EL PASO, TEXAS Telepnone 85
MANUFACTURERS OL THB CELEBRATED
LA FLOR DE MEXICO, CLBANc,HaAAR1s.MAUE
We also make the well known El Paso McGinty 5-cent Cigar.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
ope I in mystery. He gave the name
of Cecil Whiteley, but relatives of
Win. Whiteley disclaim all knowledge
of him. The police found no papers
at El Paso Laundry.
901 Santa fe Street.
#BRYAN IN OREGON.
Omifilon Hip fight against M< Ml’lan j J * _ ___
In order to saw my plan.; in the cab , vvashinglou. D. c, .Ian. 24,-An ap
j."1 ,rw “ ter this I received | .ufift is uro
"'w*i '«'« "'''Ittrn ao- vll,(„, in imvrtl appropriation
we^Tn it and t^tln ! hl" """1 "*“«>’ ,h" 11 ",s,‘ I Ur- an today addressed the Oregon
-i , i i , , . i committee on naval affairs The hill i i ,. k-io,. , „ai: ass.-mhh-l in
'hat when | accepted a place in his ailrt,t„„iil, .r.'?1'*,'1 .',.w
Address the Legislature on Various
Salem. Ore, .Ian. 21. -Wiu. J.
Vk»*r sdol ho Itad (old tho
Handsome Aluminum Case will
l>«- given a way on
Saturday, January 26th,
WITH EACH ,V (’I T (>E
San l’r tnciM’c, .Ian. '! 1*1 !i> tail a-
«luaKc cliUiMf, niton which man.' of
tho iiisfirant > (Hdttpaaif:*-s !»hm i ih» ii
NdnsHl to jmv the* full umoniii of
jiolicU'8 mi losHt?fv urisim.! uni of Iii<■'
vt’f'Mit lisa>c,-i' in itii cit -. was cotv-
wi.h*iml not sufficient in I ho jnry
which In .fitl ilie evidem t in life e.aci1
of Thomas Hern-in against tin’ (‘oin-
niereial riimii Assnrum<’ cunipj.av of
London The ver ijci was re.» l* l f,i
loda> !u‘fore Who--on in ihe
circuit court. and jiniciii.-nt was i u
den' l in favor of t: -- jr! Hntitt tor
$*; 7 rs
■LrU VV hit son in is eiu'ir;:e t* &
the jn ry nave rat In ; -( nu;r mv l<»rso-
ni'cnt to tlfi’ eveinion t amr*' o t.ve
ea; ilffjiHfke clan- •. di; a tinu, Ute )uv\
fhar if it foiin I ihfti the fire orisiinaf
from carlhquakt , even r-:uotely. lac
judy,meut should he for i he dt u.'jluu
company, hut fin' judge specified that
in flcierniiiiiug the origin of the ific
Iht jury would have to a. certain the
exact., and fiartlculur origin of rhe fire
which caused tile loss of Heroin's
proiaudy a.id ihen deterniine il its
origin was from tin eartluiuake,
The case was wganled as a teat
of fhe . arUionake clause and to the
riglit of (he coinjumies lo evornpilou.
■"iIdiict I lent not surrendered mv cit I l’nuil1'’" l01' a!1 aGHlftonol linttlcsUlp | j,)ln) ijsD.-n to him. TIlC
" ' 11,1 n0t su,tencHrod m> t|„- tyj,.- agreed upon in the naval j •X(,.,M1,k.l ,,ai.'sman urged upon tie’
Bppropi latmii bill ol last year II also | l.-gisliihu -i the necessity for railroad
iitvsldent iui,,,makes provision for two torpetlo boat i ],.Kisjation and favored the creation
SSS srxsr:.............................11 - - —** ■*.................1 ,<%
hi, to McKhilc\ i ! wutnuarmcfi. I!:.> governor. Mr. Bryan stated (bat
Asked f ,1 ill "Siiniiiie of UcKlnicv'e ! Tl'" ,".'w DatiIt-ship provided for iu t.ho best results im-.dldc arc to be
"iu, inclc General Vigor replied * - \ !,,u' 1,111 |s *«’ a. s R,<’r stl,P nf Ul(! , - 'Hire 1 b> giving a commission wide
,..... H„ -|,n : ra01,s,l'r “mhori/,M' b> ‘’«»“»ress last , po.vcrs and bolding one man respmi-
:'V, , .7" , H" h»s I year, which the bill required should | Mble to the people. Mr. Brya.t also
■I I 1„‘, j1 ,h!.7 e" i ; be a "first class battleship carrying as : Usoussi-d the initiative and reforen-
'! ' f , ' , J 1! 1 a "’ UP | heavy armor and us powerful anna- dnm. advocated short hours of labor,
., ’ : mem us any known vessel of its class niaxlmnni dividend:- for corporations,
Vlge would not tell (he haV(, |liKiH,st practical speed an I , ,orr term franchises.
ton i mil the inside lac s ot Ins re a- ; #!.eal(.:.. practical ratlins of a,-: ’-----
-oils gob President McKinley until tioll- Made in a sanitary bakery, Butter
> pledge ot sectcev bad been made. ; ,.H,t vem-s Wll p,-ovided that plans Nut Bread.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
PURE MILK AND CREAM
•» Producer* and Dealers In
The largest and moat complete dairy in the Southwest. We are pleased to
have visitors on any afternoon fro m 2 to 4 o'clock to inspect our methoji
of handling milk.
Office and Depot, 313 North Oregon street, Dairy, Rand’* Grove, foot o'
Second street. Take San Antonio street car to Tomillo St. Telephone 151
J. A. SMITH, Manager.
the season and tin- most thoroughly
satisfied. In the costuming and stage
setting “The Umpire” is gorgeous,
the music is catchy and Fred Mace
in the title role is a whole show
within himself. The company is a
good one. the chorus splendid and the
duet by Katherine Bunn and George
Damerol was a gem. Miss Bunn made
a hit and received a handsome floral
offering over the footlights.
GOING TO JUAREZ?
—HO NOT FAIL TO FKK——
Porfirio Diaz Hotel
Ladies Free at Crawford.
A lady will be admitted free-at the
Crawford theater with everv 50-cent
ticket tonight to sec the Columbia
Comic Opera company in "Fra Diu-
volo." Ben Lodge is seen in one of
ilia characteristic parts.
"I will tell von," lie said, "lint votl!
'nasi promise me not t > publish, while
I nut alive a word of what I say1. It !
is something not published, even ini
in- book ”
The promise was given and kept.
John II Duncan and Adah H Loo.
DKXOIM’KD BY VATICAN
New French Church and Archbishop
Viiatte Are Declared to Be
Thu Gem Cigar Store
The npfiortmihy in the. 1iU*
tor of 121 Ha-o to hm high gi'Hdo
ladies’ laitor made odts and ooats at
biiHi low priee.s at'-the Popular Satur-
Pioneer Hardware House of El Paso
FASSETT & KELLY
Home, dan, >1 The Vatican an* j
t borit ies denounce as non-Catholic j
; m "Fri nch Aimshdic (’athollc |
('hurrh ' or new national French;
Catholiilc church, urbanized under the j
leadership ol Henri dc Honx, the con-
stitution ‘of which as a cultural asso* :
j elation had been accepted- by the
j French government.
1 . The church authorities say that '
; Vreahishop Viiatte. head of the iiule |
| pendent Catholic movement in Unci !
who is now in Paris lending his ■
aid and authority to establish the i
spiritual jurisdiction of the church,
j and who. according to the Paris dis-
| pat clip*, comes from Texas, but really i
; resides in Chicago., is a well-known
apostate and that, therefore, hia ordi- 1
| nation of priests is invalid The vat 1-1
j can officials describe Viiatte as he
| in^ a French priest who renounced
i PathofieUtn. was ordained a bishop I
| by a sect, of the Fast Indian Protes- !
j nuts, known as "Old Catholics/' and
went to Cauadft and the United States
Pnilder’e Hardware?, Mantles, Steel Heiffes, Studebaker Wuroux,
Miner’s and Ranch Supplies of all kinds.
If Hungry and Thirsty
•hi,’ Young s Cafe. 217 £
V .V’' 2*^
Blue Valley Butter—pure pasteur-
ized creamery Irntter. Call for the
Blue Package. Nations' Meat Market.
Phones 138. 158 and 1245.
Foreigners Regard It as an Opera
Tangier, Jan. 21.—Raisuit al night-
fall yesterday was surrounded by
Kald Mehalia's forces in Zellal's
stronghold. El GhaJnH, a brother cif
Zettal. was driven out of one of the
villages yesterday. Several of Ids
moil were killed and lit* was wounded
Ralsnli has personal command of
Ze Hal's fortress, and it was an-
nounced that he would again lie at-
tacked today. There is much skep-
ticism among the foreigners here, who
gem rally regard the pursuit of Ral-
-■till as being an opera bouffe per-
ormattee. believing that the bandit
chief will be allowed to escape.
Mexican dishes ii specialty. The
only first, class restauiuut in town.
Nice ftirnished rooms and swell
bar. Phone 1112
to El Paso
.•mil wifi ot coarse sUj|» at th»
Grand Central Hotel,
wit urn street cars fi« all pails of
iIiw fity nii'l tt» I'nion tHtpoi
JtJiSS lU GCy t Dll IllinUlllS I D'Rt -
oil in Vmsi-neiis v«nt«r. Mexican
Terms: 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50 Per Day.
A First Class
Lobular Mualw and Short Ordors sprvad The m-il
i^l dilihifc' rofilii iu llto cii v, Prices Moderate.
Kntr(iim> thwnuli IIiHdJ I^.bby and 40.'»-l07 Mesa
MARK QHOY and MARK ,MAU, Props.
The Silver King Restaurant
In the HnseinciH, on San Antonio
Street. No 209 is the place to get a
Fine Meal and Quick Service
STtIM 6. UtlUG, Proprietors
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed-
ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14
days or money refunded. 50c.
For ‘‘Goodness Sake" eat Butter
BAR and CAFE
316 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Oldest whiskieR arid purest wines in
city. Clean and cool. No Loafers
LAHRY FORD, Proprietor.
THE II. IESINSKY COMP’Y
The Old Reliable
The Place for Low Prices.
Go to Phi! Young's Cafe. 217 131 Paso
sire,!. The only place in the city
where you can got fresh, cmil Moor-
: loin Cincinnati beer. Lunches served .
i at all hours day or night. Fresh ovsv j
| u*rs served in any style.
Russell A, Alger.
Always ^K. cm ember
the Full tN:oe
JUAREZ. I Cum a Cold in One Dry, Crip m2 Day;
gramo c: n,/,
One Dr y. Clip is 2 Day; V£/. /f- JZsyy
Have moved oor business *o hcr bnilding corner of Main and
Santa Fe Sl?.- (ne;r San Francisco St.) Call and see ns.
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El Paso Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 25, 1907, newspaper, January 25, 1907; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth582326/m1/2/?q=yaqui: accessed March 30, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.