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Monday, May 23, 1910.
Yarnioutli Bloaters, per can .- 35c
Herring in " La-Sardine" style, j)er can 35c
Herring in tomato sance, per can 25c & 35c
Preserved Bloaters, per can 35c
Mackerel in tomato sance, per can 25c
Broiled Mackerel, per can 35c
Genuine Frankfurter Sausage, per can 35c
Cape Shore Corned Cod, per can 20c
Dried Boneless Herring, in glass jars 15c
Shredded Codfish, in glass jars - 15c
Codfish Balls, per can 20c
!Fi'esh Haddocks,, per can 35c .
Fresh Mackerel, per can 35c
Fish Balls in Fish Bouillon, cans . .- 25c
Finnan Haddock, per can 35c
Ferndell Crab Meat, per can 50c
Tresh Strawberries, Kaspberries and Blackberries
Tularosa Spring Chickens and Eanch Eggs
WATSON'S GBOOEBIES ARE FAMOUS FOE,
The train of the Texas & Pacific due
to arrive in El Paso Monday at 11:40 a.
m., Is reported one hour and 50 minutes
late. All other afternoon and evening'
trains entering' El Paso are reported on
Didn't Fly Back.
Dover, Eng., May 23. On account of
the high wind count Jacques De Les
seps, who crossed the channel Saturday
in an aeroplane, abandoned his inten
tion of flying back to Calais Sunday.
local banks is too small, and that the
provision of the bill that passed the
senate "would be more effective to keep
deposits in the communities where col
lected. The westerners charge that
the bill as drafted is a "bankers' bill,"
and that under its operations their
communities might be depleted of
El Paso Housewives
Sedgwick Creamery butter is butter.
The tasty butter with only a butter
taste. Don't gt strong in hot weather.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
King George Issues Pardon.
London, Eng., May 23. King George
has commenced his reign with an act
of clemency, granting remission of
short sentences and reduction of others
t throughout the kingdom and in the
army and navy. It is announced that
King OJeorge intends to maintain a
royal racing stable at Xewmarket and
a breeding stud at Sandringham, and
that he will patronize racing on the
same extensive scale as his father.
Browns HI Rescuer.
Cures All Spring Ailments.
Mrs. Marion Bruce, Cumberland,
Me., writes: "I have taken Hood's
Sarsaparilla for a great many years,
and I think it the best blood medicine
in the world. I take it both spring and
fall. This last winter and spring I
was in very poor health. I was weak
and. had lost all my appetite and I was
all run down. As soon as I began to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla my strength
came back and my appetite returned.
I am now well, do my housework, and
I no longer have that tired feeling."
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated, tablets called Sarsatabs.
Pittsfield, Mass.. Mav 23. Some aSix
ift t pvnroecorl -frkr?crVif nTor tVio
liakeville, Mass., May 23. John Gal- Pittsfield Saturday noon, and. have not
lagher, a telegrapher, fell out of a boat J yet been heard from. William F.
reception and ball in honor of the
special envoys who are here to take
part in the celebration of Argentina's
independence. President Alcorta, his
cabinet ministers, and major general
i T-ponard Wood were amonsr those ires-
ucit-auuuu ul Liiree ikw iuir. meii i gjjt,
who made a balloon ascension from ,
W 29th W t X 29th W
lavffi Reduction $22(1
on Lake Assawampsett Sunday and h
and Adam Bopp, wh6 tried to rescue
him, were drowned.
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1161.
LIGHT, COOL BED ROOMS
Tend to make summer nights a pleasure.
We are offering exceptionally beautiful pat
terns tliis season at moderate prices.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
Tuiile Paint Glass de
See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
. SSBLTOff-PAYHE ARMS CO.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Dr. Gray, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
205 Caples Bldg., 2nd floor.
Pincbot Coming Home.
Liverpool, Eng., May 23. Gifford
Pinchot, the former chief forester of
the United States, was a passenger on
board the steamer Arabic, which
sailed for New York Sunday.
Chase & Sanborn's special blend of
tea for iced tea.
Jackson' Snnitnry Grocery,
Special, jadles" purses, shopptng bags.
EI Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Tornado In. Ill in o Ik.
Cairo, 111., May 23.' A tornado that
struck Cairo at 6:40 p. m. Sunday de
molished four homes, damaged a dozen
more, and destroyed several barns, be
sides tearing many large trees up by
the roots. No fatalities were reported.
"Whitehouse piloted the balloon, taking
up with him Philip Carroll and Lari
Fort Bayard, New Mexico? May 7,
1910. Sealed proposals in triplicate for
the complete construction, plumbing,
heating, electric wiring and, electric
light fixtures, for one set of Field Of
ficers' quarters, and three sets of Com
pany Officers' quarters, will be received
until 11 a. m., May 28, 1910. and then
opened. U. S. reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids or parts thereof, or
accept any part of a bid that may be
advantageous toJ the government. Plans
are deposited in offices of Chief Quar
termaster at St. Paul, San Antonio,
Chicago, San Francisco, Denver, Omaha,
Depot Q. M. St. Louis, and Constructing
Q.M., Cheyenne. Specifications and in
formation will be furnished upon appli
cation at this office. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Public Buildings" and
addressed to Lt. C C. Winnia, Con
Dr. E. C. Frentis, practice limited to
diseases of the stomach and intestines.
Rio Grande Bldg.
Alamo Inn, 314 . El Pitsca at. Finest
furnished room In city.
To Head Guggenheim Concern.
Seattle, Wash., May 23. According
to a story published in the Post-Intel-llgencer
today, ex-governor W. B. Ho
gatt, of Alaska, is slated for the head
of the Morgan-Guggenheim subsidiary
Alaska corporations at the annual
meeting to be held here "Wednesday.
Amother Texas Storm.
Sour Lake, Texas, May 23. A severe
electrical storm accompanied by rain
and wind did extensive damage to der
ricks and other oil field property in
this vicinity Sunday. Lightning struck
a steel tank, destroying its contents of
30,000 barrels of oil. This is the sec
ond storm in this vicinity within a
week and the loss of oil In this vicin
ity is estimated at $150,000.
Refreshing Iced Ten.
Chase & Sanborn's special blend of
tea for iced tea is the nicest we know
of. There is no better tea and it's orilj
75 cents a pound.
Jackson's Snnitnry Grocery
Dr. Cameron dentist, over Guarantee
shoe store. Auto phone 1744.
Fighting In Xicnrapta.
"Washington, D. C, May 23. Two
I days' fighting near Rama, Nicaragua, J sell at New York prices.
Optimo Olive Oil the Ideal of Purity.
For those who want pre-eminently
the best olive oil, we strongly recom
mend "Optimo." It is bottled express
ly for us in Bordeaux, France, from
where we import direct and is from
the first pressings of the finest high
grade ripe olives. One way of deter
mining which is best is to taste it. If
it is perfectly sweet and very delicate
in flavor you may conclude that it Is
the first pressing.
This is the season when nearly every
body wants building up and vitalizing.
"Optimo" olive oil, besides being a
highly invigorating food, furnishes the
lubricant the body so much .needs,
cleansing and healing and stimulating
the digestive system.
"We just received 100 cases of "Op
timo" olive oil, probably the largest
shipment that ever came to El Paso,
and by Importing direct we are able io
K. W. MAGNETOS. G. & J. TIRrS.
WOODWORTH TREADS. KLAXON JX.OKSS
RED SEAL DRY CELLS. AUT03IOBILE CAPS AND CLOTHING
Wftixis uit wuw 3iiiJt-.vin1.xs JU.1JK SAJIE D-VY ORDER
"IF IT'S MADE WE HAVE IT."
JOBBERS AM) DISTRIBUTORS. r.K: Sun Anloulo SI.. El F:.
IS Cents a Pound
Mrs. Ben F. Holscher and two sons, of
50S Prospect avenue, will leave tonight
for Olney, 111., where they will spend the
summer with relatives.
has cost the Estrada forces 14 killed
and" 29 wounded, according to a report
to the state department from consul
Moffatt, of Bluefields. The casualties
of the Madriz forces, he adds, were not
Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg.. hours 9 to
11 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. . i
C. L. BIIHngton, TOOMagiffin. Tel. 14S9.'
Painting, paper hanging, decorating.
The Postal Bank BUI.
Washington. D. C. May 23. The pos
tal savings bank bill, which has been
reported from the committee on post
offices and postroads, is. ready for the
Republican caucus on "Wednesday.
Many western members believe the 47i
percent of deposits which the bill as
reported would require to be kept in
lasted apparently about two seconds
and caused considerable damage to
crockery, chimneys and old adob
houses. Slight damage is reported from
Jrthe towns of Bingham and Garfield.
I WE REMT
m.Xz s Smoth
Li Ask For Prices c
CONFECTIONERY COMPANY &
n. Q PTCTTPKT.T. Wot NO NF.F.B TO
206 If. Oregon St Phone 34? BUY ONE
standard e.iecfrit.n. i i
Hanan ' 107 s-Stantoa St-
s y Both Phones
Uxrords p ll
' The Best mm MILK DRINK
UK B-Ktlfftt &(. C SEl.iJI
'! a prety hard thing to accomplish
when you're blue, bilious and out of
sorts. There is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and llyer complaints
cocs.tipation and .dyspepsia. Ballard's
Herbine is mild, yet aosolutely effec
tive in nil cases.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by
ays Mrs. raseaa
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Putting on Dog.
Vienna, May 23. In acquiring a lease
registered letters had baffled "officials,
the American ambassador, will De
more sumptuously housed than any
former representative at this court. The
palace was built by baron Albert Roths
child for his son. baron Oscar Roths
child, who committed suicide last July,
because of an alleged love affair with
a Chicago girl. The palace has spa
ciousstate apartments and occupies a
Killed by TVIfe As He Slept.
Stockton, Utah, May 23. Wm. "Wil
son was shot and killed by his wife as
he lay In bed eai;ly Sunday morning. Mrs.
"Wilson- then fatally wounded herself.
Her mind had become unbalanced from
illness. The Wilsons had been mar
ried 14 years and had three children,
one of whom, a boy 13 years old, wit
nessed the tragedy.
The 4th week offers many phenomenal values, but
none surpass that given on Dress Trimmings.
All trimmings will be sold fohis week at 1-2 price. This includes the more
staple trimmings, the kind that are used year after year, as well as all
the novelties of the present season. If you lrave no present need for
trimmings it would be well to anticipate future needs- All Dress Trim
mings this week at just
Our Vegetables Best.
"We claim our vegetables to be the
best in town because they are gath
ered every morning, brought direct
from the garden to us, put in glass re
frigerator cases so that flies, germs,
dust and dirt cannot reach them.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Nelson and "Wolgast fight, champion
lightweight battle, in four reels 4000
feet, giving complete detailed descrip
tion of the recent battle, Tuesday and
"Wednesday nights at the Happy Hour.
FOR Y. W. G. A. HOME
Appropriate Exercises Sun
dav Afternoon at Site of
The cornerstone of the Young Wo
men's Christian association boarding
'home was laid Sunday afternoon at 5
oclock by Miss Mabel'K. Stafford, gen
eral secretary of the El Paso associa
tion, at the site of the new home on the
corner of Missouri and Fisher streets.
The exercises were attended by a large
number of women who have been active
in securing the boarding home, and were
presided over by Mrs. Robert Bruce
Smith, who gave a talk in which she re
viewed the activities which had resulted
in the buildinir which is to be the'home
r of many of El Paso's young women.
Trvfvrl i n or Afi-a R.-mifli' -foil- Tvr
Henry Easter offered prayer, and "On
ward, Christian Soldiers" was sung by
the entire audience- Miss Stafford, the
general secretary, followed Mrs. Smith
by a violent rocking of the earth which i and talked of the building and its pur-
puses as uoorainate witn tnat or tne
Young "Women's association.
At the close of her speech, Miss Staf
ford spread the mortar for the corner
stone, a tin box of documents, records
and other things connected with the his
tory of the association was placed in
the opening and the stone was placed
In the tin box were placed clippings
from the local papers, the names of the
building committees, the record of the
first year of the association's history
and other valuable data.
Those who placed objects in the cor
nerstone were: Miss Xettie' E. Sitter
lee, Miss Grace Marston. Mass Ora Coker,
Mrs. Laura Bond, Miss Hazel Taft. Dr.
Isabel Homes. Mrs. J. E. Tonvnsend, Mrs.
S. B. Berher, Mrs. Flora Jones.
Utah Has Quake.
Salt Lake City, Utah, May 23. The
Sunday morning slumber of this city
and immediate vicinity was disturbed
Fort Bayard, N. M.. April 30. 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate for fur
nishing and installing the machinery
for power refrigerating, and electric
lighting systems, at this post, will be
received until 11 .a. m., May 2Sth, and
then opened. Information furnished on
application. TJ. S. reserves right to ac
cept or reject any or all proposals or
any part thereof. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked "Proposals
for .machinery," and addressed to 1st.
Lit. Chas. C. "Winnia, Constructing Quartermaster.
Jj. A. to B. of R. T. social.
All B. of R. T. men and families are
invited to attend a social given by the
Ladies' Auxiliary at Redmen's hall
Tuesday evening, May 24r No admission.
Llllie Holford, President.
May Forbes, Secretary.
We would like to
have you see our
Before buying your
EL PASO PilE--iii.fi
There is more food value in one quart
of EI Paso Pure Milk than there is In
one pound of the choicest porterhousa
Bteak. El Paso Pure MiUr is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
end is Treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you In sterilized
EI Paso Dairy Co..
Phones: Bell 340; Autn 5J5.
Office 313 K. Oracos-
Riots in Ireland.
Cork, Ireland, May 23. The presence
here today of rival Irish factions, in
spite of elaborate police precautions,
led to serious conflicts, following de-
i mensurations which were addressed by
ufi.a rM-X, mi j. ' Thn E. Redmond, leader of the Irish
Iiei UTdier iieatanentS: narliamentarv nartv: John Dillion and
Illiam O Brien. Many people were
injured, including Daniel D. Sheehan,
M. P., for Cork.
Failed to Aid This Rock-
:ord Lady, She Is Fin
ally Relieved by
HYGIA is chosen because of its DIS
TIWCTIVE quality. It should not be
confounded with other" waters. It is
produced by a "vapor process, realizing
the highest degree of purity and
PASO ICE AND
Rockford, Ala. "I was taken with
nervous prostration," writes Mrs. M.
C. Paschal of this place, "and had
headache, backache, pains In my right
side, and smothering spells. I called
physicians to treat my case, but
without relief. Finally I tried Car
dui, and it gave perfect satisfaction.
I cannot say loo much in prise of
Cardui. I recommend It to every sick
Are you weak; tired, worn-out? Do
you suffer from any of the pains pe
culiar to weak women? Cardui has a
record of over fifty years in relieving
just such troubh3. Doesn't it seem
reasonable that it will help you?
Cardui acts gently on the womanly
organs, and has a strengthening effect
on the entire female constitution. A
remedy with such a long-continued
record of success, and praise from so
many thousands of ladies, should cer
tainly do you good, too.
Cardui is perfectly harmless, non
mineral, non-intoxicating, and will
benefit both young and old. Every
girl and woman needs Cardui, to over
come the weakness and ailments result
ing from the unnatural conditions of
Cardui has helped a million others.
"Why not you?
"Will you try it?
For sale by all druggists.
N. B. Write to: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., 'Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special. Instructions,
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for
h "Women," sent in plain wrapper, on re- j
A Special Sale of
W 29th W
W 29th W
Is one of the eoniing features of Anniversary
Sale interest. "Watch for details.
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k&Cali&s-DrvGoods Co. 0 jmini)
BURGLARS FORCE LOCK
AND ROB h. FOGG'S ROOMS
Sunday Night Intruders Relieve Theater
Manager of $370: Leave No Clues
An empty money sack, a broken truck
lock and a jimmied door are the evi
dences of a $370 robbery which occurred
early Sundav night in the apartments
of Howard Fogs', manager of tie Happy
Hour tfoeater. The cash was removed
between 9 and 10:30 oclock Sunday
night from INIr. Fogg's rooms over the
theater. There are no clues to assist
Entrance was made by forcing the
door from the 'hall and lifting a bolt on
a double door on the interior. The trunk
was broken by means of some sharp tool
The robbery '-was discovered after Sun
day night's performance, when Mr. Fogg
returned to his rooms, but it was not
until Monday morning that the monev
sack and a bank book were found in a
corner of the corridor leading to the
street stairway. There were no checks
contained in the sack-
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and
For Xew Mexico: Tonight and Tues
day, fair with rising temperature.
For west Texas: Tonight and Tues
day, partly cloudy weather; warmer to
night. River at El Paso: Height of surface
Sunday above fixed zero mark, 14.3
feet; this morning. 14.3 feet; this date
last year, 14.0 feet.
IRRIGATION EXPERT IX CITY.
Li. M. Bartholomew, superintendent of
(the irrigation system at Roswell, N. M.,
is in El Paso en route to Phoenix to look
over the irrigation work there.
Y. M. C. A. STONE AXE COUNCIL
WILL HOLD CEREMONIALS
Stone Axo council No. 1. ancient and
peripatetic order of cliff dwellers, a so
cial organization of Y. M. C. A. dormi
tory men. will hold a ceremonial session
Mcinday evening on the association's
A negro quartet, a vaudeville refresh
ment "booth and a. mine of red fire com
prise part of a unique program arranged
for the entertainment of tie stone axe
men. and tfceir euests.
Chas. S. Nasits, president of the "West
ern Coffee company, has returned from
a two weeks' business trip in New
York and other eastern cities.
Grebe cleans clothes. 4 IS X. Oregon.
Dr. Cameron foi reliable csentlstry.
Louisville, Ky., ?ilay 23.-J3etween
3000 'and 4000 employes of the Ameri
can Tobacco company here have been
given a wage increase of 10 percent.
This is the outcome of a strike of the
stemmers some weeks ago. They re
turned to work on the promise of the
local officers that an attempt would
be made to get tlvem an increase.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most reasonable prices. Over
Guarantee shoe store. "Work guaranteed.
Are now at the union depot at all
times. Please call for them.
i" Mysterious Death of Girl.
Peoria, 111., May 23. Miss Minnie Al
ders, 20 years old, a school teacher of
Princeville, 111., was found dead in bed
at a hotel here today with three bul
lets in her body. Her companion, S. T.
Easterly, of Chillicothe, 111., a freight
conductor, is detained by the police.
Easterly and Miss Alders came to
Peoria on Saturday and registered as
man and wife.
Mnil Carrier Arrested.
Chicago, 111.. May 23. Albert C.
Gordon, for 19 j-ears a Chicago mail
carrier, was arrested today by order
of postoffice inspector James E. Stuart,
who says Gordon has confessed to rob
bing the mails for more than four
years. Complaints from all over the
country of the loss of money from
of Kolowrat palace. Richard Kerens,
Buenos Ayres. Mav 23. Charles H.
Sherill, the American minister, gave a
NTJNN MAY BE NAMED FOR
COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER
The county commissioners will meet
Tuesday morning and will probably
name Herbert Xunn for the position of
county road engineer to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of R. B- ;
Meadows, who left Sunday night for j
DaJlas, Tex., accompanied by his wife, j
Xunn has been assistant countv road en- j
gineer for the' past yeaiT under Meadows.
FORUM HOLDS MEETING.
Saturday's bimonthly meeting of the
forum was heLl on the Y. M. C A
building roof. IT W. Brcwder spoke on
his native state. Tennessee; H. C. Craw
ford gave a toast, "'The Ladies," there
being a number of feminine friends pres
ent: Charles Owen s-poke on Lloyd's Lon
don; and Vance Stewart gave some
jrlimpses of undergraduate life at
Princeton. Garland Lvnrin played the
mandolin. Refreshments were serveJ.
f. BLOOD HUM01S
When vre see persons "with soft, smooth skins "we know at ones that their
olood is pure and healthy, that the cuticle is being sufficiently and properly!
nourished by the circulation. But when the "blood becomes infected "with any
unhealthy humor the effect is shown "by eruptions, boils, pimples, or some mora
definitely marked skin disease such as Eczema, Acne, Tetter, etc. Humors get
into the blood usually, because of a sluggish condition of those members whose
duty it is to collect and carry off the waste and refuse matter of the system.
This unhealthy matter, left in the system, sours and ferments and is soon ab
sorbed into the circulation, filling the "blood with an irritating humor. Eemove
these humors and the skin disease can not erist, because its very cause is then
destroyed. S. S. S. cures all humors of the "blood because it is the greatest of all
"blood purifiers. It cleanses the blood of every particle of unhealthy matter,
enriches the circulation and causes it to supply healthful nourishment to all rWtt
tissues. Then the skin becomes soft and clear, local applications can not cure,
they can only soothe by temporarily reducing the in ammation. but the cause
remains in the circulation and the eruption will he no nearer well when the ex
ternal treatment is left off. The humors must he removed and nothing equals
S. S. S. for this purpose. Pure blood makes healthy skins and S. S. S. makes
pure "blood. Book on Skin Diseases free to all who write and request it.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLA2TTA, GA.
See the Nelson and Wolgast pictures,
Tuesday and Wednesday nights at the
Twelve hundred awl thirtv head of
cattle, consigned to Price & Head, were
passed through the local pert Monday.
The shipment comprised two trains and
111 of the shipment are bulls.
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio St.
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. R P. JONES, V-Pres
A. F. KERR, Cashier LEEH. CREWS, Asst. Cash'r.
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K , M , j BATS
H) BLi I 2$) GLOVES
is a ner one.
Southwestern Distributors for
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Send for Illustrated Catalog.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
1Q1-103 El Paso Street. El Paso, Tesas.
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