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IWday, IvEay 13, 1910.
Are You Getting Good Food at Fair Prices?
That's a problem for every housekeeper, but v?e
try to make it easy for our customers by keeping
a carefully selected stock of only good and pure
Groceries and selling them at prices as low as
cost permits. Not " cheapest goods." but "best
value" is our aim, and some people say we save
them money on their food bills. Perhaps we can
TBY US AND SEE.
Cyff'mlSrM PUEE FOOD GOODS. YOU
(JJf t d KNOW WHAT THEY
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WHAT YOU GET.
Perndell Tiny Sifted Peas.
Pemdell Strfngless Beans.
JFerndell Sweet Corn.
Pemdell Sweet Wrinkle Peas.
PerndelT Tomato Catsup.
Perndell Sliced Peaches, etc., etc.
SEND US YOUE MAIL OEDERS FOE
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 115L
j SPECIAL OFFER
I We are making a special offer of 10 percent off on all
I framed pictures for the next 30 days in order to
make room for a large shipment coming in.
I Tuttle Paint Glass Co.
Ses Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHELTON-PATNE ARMS CO.
K. W. 3IAGXETOS. G. & J. TIRES.
WOODWORTH TREADS. KLAXON ilORXS.
RED SEAIi DRY CELLS. AUTOMOBILE CAPS AXD CLOTHING.
YVKLTki OR WIRE. SHIP3IENTS 3IADE SA3IE DVi" ORDER RECEIVED.
"IF IT'S 3IADE TVE HAVE IT."
THE STURGES COMPANY
JOBBERS A2fD DISTRIBUTORS. SI'S San Antonio St EI Psso.
COMET LOSES ITS
Peach Blossom Smell Has
Evidently "Vanished ISTo
Washington, D. C, May 13. Cyano
gen is now practically absent from the
tall of Halley's cornet, according- to a
dispatch received today by Georgetown
university from the Lowell observatory
at Flagstaff, Arizona.
This is a very simple little matter,
which, the people will be glad to know.
"Webster's Unabridged Dictionary gives
the following definition of cyanogen:
"Cyanogen, (a dark blue substance,
so called because it produces blue dyes)
a colorless. Inflammable, poisonous
gas with a peach blosom odor, socalled
from Its tendency to form blue com
pounds, obtained by heating ammonium
oxalate, mercuric C3anide, etc. It is ob
tained in combination, forming an alka
line cyanide when nitrogen or a nitro
genous compound is strongly Ignited
with carbon and soda or potash. It
conducts itself like a member of the
halogen group of elements and shows a
tendency to form complex compounds.
The name is also applied to the uni
valent radical (the half molecule of
cynaogen proper) which was one of the
first compound radicals recognized.
Cyanogen Is found in the commercial
substances, potassium cyanide, or prus
uate of potash, yellow prussiate of po
tash, Prussian blue, Turnsbull's blue,
prussic acid, etc."
We would like to
have you see our
Before buying your
Manager of the Majestic Theater. Fer
dinand I. Cabello engaging Melville and
DeVere, formerly of the Happy Hour
theater, and Mr. C. H. Coyle, the cow
boy poet. Melville and DeVere will pre
sent the much talked of Gypsy Curse.
Miss Jora DeVere is the only real Gypsy
actress on the stage today, assisted by
the Mexican actor in that strong play.
Mr. Coyle will entertain you In that
beautiful poem, Lasca.
A special matinee Saturday and Sun
day. Each one attending Saturday's
matinee will receive a photograph of
Miss Jora DeVere, the Gypsy.
Mr. Melville will have charge of the
stock company insuring the patrons
everything that is best in the theat
Mr. Melville has been associated with
Richard Mansfield and some of the best
stars of the dramatic world. This
speaks for itself. Come and see and be
The Melville Stock company, catering
to the ladies and children.
SXVDER'S SATURDAY SPECIAL
(Removal Snle Kow On).
Tomorrow only, we will sell "1847
Rogers" knives and forks, dinner sine,
worth regularly 5.55 per set, at $3.45.
Snyder Jewelry Co
208 xexas St.
k BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
IN TEST DAYS
The supreme beauty re
quisite, is endorsed by
freckles, pimples, liver
spots and other facial
case in 20 days. Rids the
pores and tissues of ell
impurities, leaves the
s'cin clear, soft and hcalthj.
Directions and Guarantee in each package. 50c
and $1.00 by high class Toilet Counters or Mail.
Prepared by NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris, Ter.n
All afternoon trains are report
Cocoumit Brittle 15 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell our own
make of delicious 25 cents a pound
Cocoanut Brittle for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Has "Water Troubles.
City attorney TV. 2VL Coldwell has re
ceived a letter from the city attorney of
Uvalde. Texas, stating that the city
council of that place has been experi
encing some trouble with the water
company there and asking for certain
Heinz's new sauerkraut, 8 cents a
Wanted Small gentle mare saddle
pony for child. Longwell's Transfer.
Cocoanut Brittle 15 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell our own
make of delicious 25 cents a pound
Cocoanut Brittle for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Sweet and sour pickles, pickled
onions, sweet stuffed mangoes, mince
meat, chow-chow at Jackson's.
Dr. Starker,. 31S-319 Caples Bldg
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Draft Wasn't Paid.
Detective J. R- Ritchie was in El Paso
Friday, having In custody L. J. "Wood
bury whom he was taking from Chicago
to :Los Angeles. It is charged that
"Woodbury deposited a draft on a Chi
cago bank in the Hollywood National
barik of Los Angeles, then drew checks
upon it and the bank failed to collect
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Dr. E. C. Prentisa, practice limited to
diseases of the tomach and intestines.
Rio Grande, Bldg.'
Putnam Mineral "Water.
The best. Call at Kelly & Pollard's
after next Tuesday.
On the Police Docket.
One man charged with being drunk,
gave his name as Billy B. Dam, to the
police on Thursday.
A. Xew Departure
Bj our new arrangement of glass
refrigerator cases we are enabled to
handle a line of goods all during tho
summer months that heretofore could
only be handled in the fall and winter.
We have just received a large ship
ment of the following and you will find
them to be just as fresh and cold as
your appetite desires:
Large queen olives dn bulk, 25 cents
Nice, new, ripe olives, 35 cents a pint.
Heinz's dill pickles, 20 cents a dozen.
Heinz's new sauerkraut, S cents a
Sweet and sour pickles, pickled
onions, sweet stuffed mangoes, mince
meat, chow-chow, etc.
The glass cases in which "the above
are kept have an even temperature day
and night and the goods are always
fresh. Come in and sample them and
see for yourself.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Dr. Carpenter, office ac the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
Will Save the Doprsfies.
At the rate the joy riders on Mon
tana and Boulevard are killing pet dogsf
Alves Dixon lias a sufficient suppiy to
last exactly one work day week. Dixon
has six Boston terrier puppies at his
home on Boulevard and is thinking of
building a high board fence around his
house to keep the pups In and the joy
Alamo Inn, S14 S. El Paso St. Finest
furnished room in city.
Big queen olives, 25 cents a pint.
Jackson's refrigerator glass cases.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most reasonable prices. Over j
Guarantee shoe store, work guaranteed.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Sale Set Aside.
Upon application of Henry Crawford,
one of the creditors of the bankrupt firm
of the L. W. Hoffecker company,
Charles Loomis, referee in bankruptcy,
set aside the sale of the Hoffecker sash
and door business Friday and fixed the
time for holding another sale at 10
oclock Saturday morning. The business
was originally sold for $2500 by the
referee to A. Schwartz.
Ripe olives, 3S cents a pint. .Tack
son's. Phone 353.
Dr. Cameron for reliable dentistry.
Retail Merchants Meeting.
All members of the Retail Merchants'
League are requested to meet at the
chamber of commerce this evening at S
ociock to discuss Insurance rates.
A. Schwartr. Pre.
Dr. Cameron dentist, over Guarantee
shoe store. Auto phone 1744.
A Smile for Admission.
One smile, paid in advance will ad
mit any young woman of El Paso to
the entertainment of the Trielle club,
of the Y. W. C. A. -Friday evening. The
entertainment will consist of lantern
slides, showing scenes at the various
Y. W. C. A. conferences. It will be held
in the auditorium of the Y. W. C. A. at
Grebe cleans clothes. 418 X. Oregon.
Heinz's new dill pickles,
20 cents a
Dr. Gallasrher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to
11 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Waco Lioses College.
Fort Worth, Texas, May 13. Accept
ing the proposition made by For
Worth, the Texas Christian Missionary
convention by unanimous vote and
much enthusiasm declared for the re
moval of Texas Christian University to
tLe site to be provided in Fort Worth
from Waco, where lit was recently par
C. T.. Billinfcton, 70J) Magiff in. Tel. 1489.
Painting, paper hanging, decorating.
ICE PLANT. Fort Bliss, Texas, May
11. 1910, sealed proposals in triplicate
will be received until 12 in., Mav 31,
1910, for construction of Ice plant here.
Information furnished on application.
Proposals to be addressed to Capt. Wil
liam H. Waldron, Constructing Quarter
master. V V
CI, amber of Commerce Meets.
The l-oard -of otectors of the chamber
I 29th RIUHiraflHHI 29th I
wiy-llifPPll Last Saturday broke all records for business this JfM
Call for these Spec
ials by number, it
year. for tomorrow, cne secona aaruraay in uur
Anniversary sale,, we propose to do an even bigger
business. For all day and until 9:30 tomorrow
night, unusual bargains will be offered. Note par
ticularly the 29 Extra Specials.
offers something of
Here Are 29 Extra Specials For All Day
10c PEROXIDE 5c
Tomorrow we will sell a 4 ounce bot
tle Peroxide, a special 10c size, 15c
in many stores. Saturday
a bottle -?"
40c SILK RIBBONS 15c
Wide Taffeta and Satin Ribbons,
also plaids and fancy striped hair and
trimming ribbon; rfil colors; light
and dark, worth. 35c and 40c 5 J?
a yard, Saturday a yard liJ-'
$2.00 ana $2.50 STRAW SAILORS
The new styles in large rough straw
sailors in several different sthapes, in
white, burnt, and black; regular $2,
$2.25 and ?2.50 hats,
$3.50 KID GLOVES $1-59 PAIR
Our best make, long kid gloves, all
colors, 'Terfection" brand, j.2 and 16
bufcton length; regular (J - E?Q
price 3.50; Saturday... Pi 0
$2 EMBROIDERED WAISTS $1.19
Beautiful white embroidered and lace
trimmed waists, dainty patterns, new
fresh arrival, no soiled or mussed
among the lot. well fitting and exijra
well finished; ail sizes: ri fl f Q
Saturday ..... P I 1 e7
121-2C LINEN TOWELING 81 -2c
Pure Linen Crash Toweling, colored
border, for roller towels and kitchen
Regular 12 l-2c grade; QlU-
We announce for Monday a sale of 35,000
yards of Embroidery. Full details tomorrow.
$2.50 AND $3.G0 PETTICOATS $1.88
Wlute Petticoats, lace and embroid
ery trimmed watili wide fluffy flounce
made of the better quality white
fabrics in all the new (fr -9 OQ
styles; Saturday V 1 .OO
$1.50 BRASSIERS 98c
De Bevoise Brassiers, embroidery
.trimmed, large sizes only, 42 and 44,
1.50 values; Satur- AQ
$1.25 AND $1.50 SHIRT WAISTS 69c
Two large tables full of nobby waisfs v
that are worth $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50,
all at one price- The lot consists of
madras, percale, linene, zephyr ging
ham waists. White and colors, light
and dark, also neat lawns in black
and white. Tailored and other styles,
1 all sizes worth to $1.50; flk r
75c SILK ANKLE HOSE 49c PAIR
Women's gauze cotton mercerized
hose with Italian gauze silk ankles,
double 5ieels, toes and soles. Colors
are light iblue, light pink, tans,
browns and blacks, worth A Q
regularly 75c ; Saturday... .fvt
25c AND 35c LINEN TOWELS 20c
Linen huck towels in wnite and col
ored border, hemmed and hemstitched,
medium and large size, regular 25c
and 35c kind; Satur- fr
50c AND 65c SAMPLE HOSE 24c
Women's sample -hose in a great va
riety of lace, gauze, cotton, mercer
ized cotton and embroidered fancy in
step hose; all colors repre- C
sented, worth up to 65c. . . &
$1.00 BRASSIER 6Sc
De Bevoise Braasiers, regular $1.00
styles, sizes 42 and 44 only, ?f
Saturday . OJC
50c FEkRIS WAISTS 39c
Children's 50c grade Ferris waists,
sizes 6 months .to 14 years ; O Q.
$1.25 RAJAH SILK 88c
Yard wide Rajah silk, natural color
only, high luster finish, for suits,
skirts and coats. Regular OO,
$1.25 value; Saturday, yd.OOC
BORAX 9c PKG.
Regular 15c pkg. "20 Mule Team"
borax soap. Housekeepers Q
special for Saturday. . . . t C
25c HOSE, 3 PAIRS FOR 50c
Women's mercerized gauze cotton
liose in blacks only with double heels,
toes and soles. Deep reinforced
hemmed tops, very elastic, factory
mended, worth to 2oc parr; F f
$1.00 SAMPLE HOSE 35c PAIR
20 dozen women's sample hose in
mercerised lisie lace and embroidered
styles in all sorts of colorings and
designs including whites, tans and
blacks; every pair is worth over 75c
and up to $1.00; extra spe- QP
cial for Saturday, per pair. .OOC
$1.25 BLACK PETTICOATS 69c
Summer weight silky moreen petti
coats in black only; extra well made,
wide flounce. A good value ?Q
at $1.25; Saturday 02?C
75c SHIRT WAISTS 29c
Fancy lawn shirt waists, mostly dark
colors in white polka dots, OQ
worth 75c; Saturday faicC
See special window display of Toilet Articles
tomorrow evening. Many Extra Specials will be
offered. As examples, note the two below:
From 1 to 9 p. m. $1.00 size
Newbro's Herpicide, v spe
18c KIMONO CREPES 9c
Fancy Japanese kimono crepe In a
wide range of patterns, fastcolors,
worth 15c and 18c limit 10 Q
yards to a customer; Saturda-y C
5c 'TOILET PAPER 3c
Our regular large 5c size toilet Q
paper; Saturday, per roll OC
. NUMBER 23
$1.50 BED SPREADS 99c
Full size white crocheted bed spreads,
tie kind that wash nvell; ft
worth $1-50; Saturday .. .U&Q
$5 AND $5 TRIMMED HATS $3.00
A limited- number of stylishly trim
med hats, large and small shapes.
! Late summer styles; d0 ff
wortfc $5 & $6; Saturday $t5UU
.HAIR NETS 6 FOR 25c
This is an unheard of price tot good
hair nets. AH colors, limit 6 to a
customer ai 5c each or Off
6 for ZDC
25c WILLIAMS' TALCUM 16c
Williams' violet and carnation tal
cum powder, large size cans; -9 f
Reg-. 25c size; Saturday IDC
35c VEILINGS 19c
For Saturday only all 25c and 35c
face veilings, all kinds, will 1 g
be included Saturday, a yd. . A a C
5c AERIAL WASH CLOTHS 3c
The best wash cloth, made. Atway3
sells at 5c each. Limit; 5 to a
25c BRADLEY'S VIOLET AMMONIA
Large bottle Bradley's vicilet ammo
nia for the bath and hard water; reg
ular 25c size; Satur- il f
s&CsdisEar Dry Goods Ca CUaTwfaa
From 7 to 9 p. m. Regular
25c bottle Listerine, special
of cor.-nierce vili meet F id?y eve.
fur :.ic lVfjiiiyr monthly session.
Hold baggage checKs for Liongwell;
get your baggage today, not tomorrow.
SXYDER'S SATURDAY SPECIAL
(Iteraoval Sale Xow Ou).
Tomorrow only, we will sell ''1847
Rogers" knives and forks, dinner Size,
worth regularly $5.55 per set, at $3.45.
Snyder Jewelry Co.,
20S Texas St.
SET WRONGr DAY FOR
VOTING; CALL IT OFF
TTater Bond Election Now
Set for June 21. Coun
cdlmen Had Old
, Because the members of the city
council looked at the wrong month on
the calendar when fixing the date for
the water bond election as .Tune IS,
which will be Saturday, the ordinance
was vetoed Friday morning by mayor
Robinson, and his action uas approved
by the city council. A new ordinance
fixing the date of election for Tues
day. June 21, was placed on its first j
rciiumg ana win De nnaiiy auopieu ucai
It was not the intention of the coun
cil to fix the day of election for Sat
urday as many business men object on
the score that it interferes with trade.
Consequently city attorney Coldwell
recommended the vetoing of the ordin
ance, after which he drew up a new
CAPTURED IN A UTO
$50,000 FOR A SHORT RAILROAD
E-ownwood, Tex., ilay 13. A $50,000
railroad bonus was raised at a mass
meeting here Thursday night and a con
tract signed with R. A. Love to build
from here to the Rockwood. coal field. 35
miles southwest. The grading contracts
will be signed next week.
Phoenix, Ariz., Mny 13. It va two lioys, still in their teens, who held
up the Arizonn Eaitern passenger train near here Wednesday eveHing and,
who after a chose across the desert, were captnred last niprht. The boys jyive
the mimes of Ernest Woodson, aged IS, nnd Oscar Woodson, IT, and say they i
reside in Oklahoma City, Okla., and had been In Arizona only a short time.N
The boys were preparing to make camp live miles south of Casa
Grande when a pursuing automobile ca me alongr. Oscar thinking? the car con-
tained tourists, stepped out and. aslc ed for water. He wni immediately cov
ered by revolvers and surrendered and his companion then submitted to ar
rest. ) Sheriff Hay den, of Phoenix, and sheriff Xelson, of Tucson, who headed the
posse, declare the trail of the bandits was marked alons the way by rifled
pocketbooks and purses qf the passengers who vrere on the train. The purse
of deputy sheriff Sturges, of Gila county, containing: SJfi.1, was found where
the baRtlits had dropped it in their flight.
The younsr bandits were veritable walking: arsenals. They carried a rifle,
four revolvers and two bo-vie knives. Both are 'tendcrfeet" and were too
weak after an SO miles deert ride to make a fight.
HAVE YOU SOMETTrrrG TO SELL?
Tou can easily sell it. Call Bell 115.
Auto 1115. tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell it- No bother, no
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TEXAS .MURDER CASE
Wentherford, Tex.. May 13. The jury
in the Stokes Clark ca4 reported this
morning that it was unable to agree and J
returned to the jury room by order of j
ther effort to reach an agreement. Clark
is accused 01 killing ranger White at
the railroad station at Weatherford
over a year ago. The trial consumed
San Angelo, Tex., May 13. One hun
dred and tventy members of the cham
ber of commercfe of Wichita, Kas., were
hero on the annual trades excursion, An
elaborate entertainment was given the
IfUE UtAU OjLlSJLJU
Normal, healthy Wood contains millions of tiny red corpuscles, which are
the vitalizing and nourishing element of the circulation. These corpuscles are
constantly forming in healthy systems "by the extraction of nutriment from food
oaten, and this nourishment is then supplied through the circulation to every
portion of the system. Any system which does not receive the proper amount of
"blood nourishment is not prepared to withstand the countless disorders that assail
it. Bad "blood can not nourish the "body, the circulation must "be pure, rich and
strong if we would enjoy good health. Bad "blood manifests itself in various
ways. With some it takes tho form of skin diseases and eruptions, others become
hilious and malarious, with sallow completions, torpid liver, etc. If the germs and
impurities in the "blood are of a more virulent nature then had blood becomes more,
serious and produces Bheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, and like troubles.
Nothing equals S. S. S. for bad blood. It is Nature's own blood purifier, made
from roots, herbs and barks. It goes into the circulation and removes every im
purity or poison, strengthens and enriches the blood, and in this way supplies the
body with the proper amount of nourishment to maintain good health. S. S. S.
is likewise the finest of all tonics and while purifying the blood builds up every
portion of the system. S. S. S. cures every ailment coming from bad blood, and
it does so simply because it purifies the circulation. Book on the blood sent
free- to all who write, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.: ATLANTA, GA,
,1 Douglas I
m EI Paso
I Friday and Saturday I
9 3:30 P3 M. M
SUNDAY 3 P. M. M
25 Cents a Pound
C S. PICKRELL, Hgr.
205 N. Oregon St. Phone 347