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EL PASO HERALD
Special Sale On
Logan Berries and Blackberries
Friday and Saturday
"We "will have an extra fine lot of Logan and Black
berries for preserving purposes, which will arrive
JMday morning. Place your orders now as the
supply will be limited.
Logan Berries, 15 boxes to the crate $1.25
Blackberries, 15 boxes to the crate .$1.50
iErne quality Snow "White, -J g
per rack -
Fancy Cantaloupes, 3 for .... .25c
G-resn Apples, 5 pounds for , f . . .25c
Kentucky "Wonder Green Beans, lb 10c
Fancy Apricots, 5 lb. baskets 60c
Phone 15L 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151.
OFFICERS HOT FOR
WEAIYTHX HCTT,!. OWNER.
K. J. Idxebsrgrer, Gestosis, X. C, DIs-
xppear Betw-eea Fort "Worth and.
OkJabeas City; FohI Play Feared.
Oklahoma City, Okla., June 24. Lo
cal authorities -with Ft. Worth police
Tie BIsr Stead
Is of two kinds conceit and the bis
head that comes from a sick headache.
Ioes your head feel like a gourd and
your brain feel loose and sore? Ton
can cure it in no time by acting on
vour liver with Ballard's Herbine. Isn't
It worth trying for the absolute and
certain relief you'l get? Sold by all
Why Not Use
Who Make Prompt Responses
2X 2TAJT & CO.
BUXT01T-LTNGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS
a C. J3LFER
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
CARR DRUG CO.
202 Texas St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
v TEXICO TRANSFER
GENERAL TRANSFER, STORAGE AND MOVING
JSST EL PASO BRICK C
Fire Brick fci -arfF b itivii 0&K and Wire Cut Brick
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
e The Automatic Telephone"
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S
115 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at" right price.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
UMBRELLAS RECOVERED AND REPAIRED
WE CAN FIX IT SHOP "S&f&B
Keys Fitted and Locks Repaired. Lawn Mowers Sharpened. We Repair Anything.
WE RENT AND FURNISH SUPPLIES FOR SEWING MACHINES
CASH or CREDIT SSe H. L. STEWART
Sole Agents for the Easy Running White- House Furnishings. 310-312 Stanton St
El Paso School
are working to locate H. J. Lineburger,
75 years of age, and a -wealthy cotton
mill owner, of Castonia, North Caro
lina, who has been missing since Tues
day morning, when he bought a ticket
at Ft. Worth over the Santa Fe for
Oklahoma City. He had several hun
dred dollars. Foul play Is feared. '
He was seen visiting Sam Wilson at
Longvlew, Tex., and said he was coming
here. His trunk arrived Tuesday after
noon. He is one of the most prominent
cotton mill operators in North Carolina.
Tomorrow leing the last Satnrday o
the montls, The Herald, carriers will irc
jwMit bills for the month of June. Sub
scribers will kindly note the abnie nnl
be ready for the boys.
the Phone ?
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 19s6
We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
20S S. EL PASO ST.
Dry Pressed Stock
Bell 1 Auto 1001
Upper intermediate, full high school, and ad
vanced elective courses. Theory, practice
and appreciation of music under the best
instructor. Resident director of physical
training- and outdoor sports.
3IISS SLATER 3IISS TAFEL, Principals.
020 Prospect Ave. El Paso, Texas.
1 T nr A T rnT?T"nTTlVT A T Q
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The Union Station Directors
Meet to Consider the
A meeting of the directors of the
"union station will be held Saturday
morning at 11 oclock to consider the
application of the Mexico North West
ern railroad for terminal facilities at the
I union station. The Mexico North West-
era, the present terminus of which is at
Juarez, plans to enter El Paso union sta
tion just as soon as the link between
Madera and Pearson is completea.
The matter of granting the applica
tion of the North Western will be a
formality and probably the voting will
be done by the resident members of
the board by proxy. .
The members are J. E. Hurley gen
eral manager of the eastern lines of
the Santa Fe, president; H. J. 'Simmons,
general manager of the Southwestern,
vice president; C. R. Hudson, vice presi
dent of the Mexicon National Railways
of Mexico City; L. S. Thorn, general
manager of the Texas & Pacific; W. W.
Turney, of El Paso; W. A. Hawkins, of
the firm of Hawkins & Franklin, gen
eral attorneys of the Southwestern, and
G. S. Waid, superintendent of the El
Paso division of the G. H. & S. A. Mr.
Hurley and Mr. Hudson and probably
Mr. Thorn will not be present.
S. P'S AEW PLAN TO
GET INTO GUADALAJARA
Mexico City, Mexico, June 24. When
the Southern Pacific tracks are com
pleted to Grendain, the company will
run its trains into the oity of Guadala
jara over the National Railway of
Mexico. An agreement to this effect
was reached today after anumber of
conferences between officials of both
J. C. Stubbs, vice president of the S.
P.. left tonight for Chicago and Epes
Randolph, vice president of the S. P.
holdings in Mexico, left for Tucson,
LIGHTER TRAINS ORDERED
ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Southern Pacific train No. 9 will go
west with not more than 10 cars here
after on Mondays and Fridays. Orders
have been issued to this effect by the
superintendent of the-Tucson -division.
Inasmuch as 12 cars is the limit of the
train, the number from El Paso is lim
ited to 10, the Douglas sleeper picked
up at Benson and the Phosnix sleeper
picked up at Maricopa making 12 cars.
SOUTHWESTERN TO RUN
" MANY FOURTH EXCURSIONS
The general passenger department of
the Southwestern is busy making out
seneaules and rates for Fourth of July
excursions between points In Arizona
and from northern Mexico points. The
Inquiries and applications for excur
sions this year has been in excess ol
previous years. The Fourth this year
will have a deeper meaning for Arizon
ians and the excursion picnics will be
the occasion for statehood jollifications
in the near-state.
TRAIN SERVICE ON '
NogaleSj Ariz., June 24. Trains are
now running on the Tucson-Nogales
railroad, newly completed. This will be
a great convenience both in hours and
fare to the two cities.
NEW SOUTHWESTERN RULING.
On the Southwestern, women passen
gers will not have to go throusrh the
smoking car when leaving the train
hereafter. Orders have been Issued to
have the vestibule door between the
chair car and the smoker opened at
even station to obviate the necessity
of traversing the length of the smoker
through a vapor of smoke to leave the
XEW SHIP IX PACIFIC OC.EAX.
The schedule and Itinerary of the
steamship "Luella," of the Southern
Pacific interests in Mexico, between
Manzzanillo and San Bias, has ben pub
lished by the company. The ship -vvas
to any costume.
We would like io
have you see .our
Before buying your
put on to accommodate the mining men i
and others who are flocking to the west
coats of Mexico.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
H. Mebus, a brakeman on the G. H.
at El Paso, has resigned.
S. C. Gardner, assistant district super
intendent of the Pullman company, re
turned Thursday morning from Chihua
hua. Frank C. Tays, car inspector for the
Southern Pacific . railway, arrived In
the city this morning in his private
Frank Harkens, assistant storekeeper
of the G. H., at El Paso, has returned
from Oakland, Cal., accompanied by his
little sister, Mabel Harkens, who will
make her home in El Paso.
Brakeman H. J. O'Rourke brings in
the information that Stoddard John
son, a conductor on the eastern division
of the Southwestern, ought to be a mar
ried man by this time, if he carried out
his Intentions when he went up to Cor
ona the other day. Johnson fe known
as Diamond Dick, but most of his
friends will be a bit slow about believ
ing he is yet a benedict.
MAN AT SAN ANTONIO
Believes Wendling in Mon
terey Accused of the
San Antonio, Tex., June 24. Instead
of returing to Louisville, as was an
nounced, detective chief Carney scoured
the country about the city and said
this afternoon he will leave tonight
for Monterey, Mex., hot on the trail of
Joseph Wendling, accused of killing 8
year old Alma Kellner, of Louisville.
Carney's announcement that he would
leave for Mexico tonight followed tele
graphic communication with, the police
at Monterey. He declared he had evi
dence that Wendling was here on
March 9, working in a department store
and that Wendling applied at an em
ployment office for a position on April
All afternoon and evening
reported on time.
Fruit and Vegetable .Headquarters.
When you want the very best fruit
and vegetables phone us or step into the I
store. We have everything that's grown i
fresh every morning
Jackson'a Sanitary Grocery,
False Fire Alarm.
About 3:15 Thursday afternoon some
one telephoned to fire headquarters
that there was a blaze at 715 Montana
street. The quick response by the de
partment was unnecessary as the lo
cality, occupied 'by a school house, did
not need their services. The author of
the false alarm could not be found.
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Sauerkraut in Hot Weather.
Our new way of keeping sauerkraut
keeps it just as good in June and July
as in December. Some in and see it or
phone for a pound or two, 8 cents a
pound. New barrel just opened.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Gottlieb's 21 day extra special.
$5.00 Sepia folder photos $1.90 per
dozen. This grade of work has never"
been offered as special before. See ex
hibit. Mrs. Dan Kelly's home made cakes
fresh baked every day, 75 cents each.
Jackson'H Sanitary Grocery,
Accused oi Vagrancy.
Ethel Harris, -who says she is mar
ried, was arrested on the downtown
streets Thursday night on a charge of
vagrancy. In defeault of bond she re
mained in jail until her hearing in po
Dr. W. It. AVeelwJ 711 Texas street.
Dr. Gray, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
205 Caples Bldg., 2nd floor.
Those fresh mackerel -we have make
a nice breakfast.
Jaclcson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Gallagher, Trusi Bids., hours 5
11 a. m.. 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Home boiled ham in our delicatessen
department. Splendid for lunch.
Jackson Sanitary Grocery.
C. L. Eillinprton, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14 39, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Like Cottage Cheese?
We get fresh home made cottage
cheese every morning. Might- nice.
Jackson's Snnitnry Grocery,
Dr. Cameron, reliable dentistrly, rea
sonable price. Over Guarantee Shoe
(Fresh Holland herring and big fat
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Accused of FIjrhtlnjr.
Three old offenders. Jack Kelly, Tom
O'Mara and Jim Dolan, were arrested
by officer Staggs early Friday morning.
They are alleged to have engaged in a
three-cornered fistic encounter. They
will be tried this afternoon.
Good Things In Our Delicatessen.
Fresh shrimp, dill pickles, Queen
olives in bulk in our glass refrigerator
cases in plain sight just as nice as in
Jnckson's Snnitnry Grocery,
' Phone 353.
FUNERAL OF BAUY STATEX.
Funeral services for Mary Elizabeth,
infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bur
leson Staten. -will be held at 4:30 Fri
day afternoon. at the residence, 1417
Montana street. Rev. R. B. Smith of
this city and Rev. W. F. Hatchell, of
Juarez, will officiate. Interment will
be made in Concordia cemetery.
Mrs. Sam Lewis and Mrs. Sam Kaiser
ard baby are the guests of Mrs. O. T.
Simon, 817 North Oregon street.
You can easily seii it.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115
tell the girl what it is
and The Herald will sell
it. No bother, no formality.
r'HE most important and interesting bargains for Saturday
appear in our Saturday Shopping List below. While most
of the items are in the Basement, the sections on the Main
Floor have not been overlooked.
$1.50 V ASH SKIRTS 98c
Women's khaki -wash skirts,
pleated back and front, .new
overskirt effect, worth $1.50 Base
ment special Saturday 98c.
WOMEN'S DRESSING JACKETS
Fine quality lawn in pretty flor
al designs, finished with, beading
and baiby ribbon, worth $1.25; Base
ment special Saturday 89c.
WOMEN'S LONG KIMONOS
Fine printed cliallie, fancy floral
designs, trimmed with Persian
bands to match, worth to $1.50; Base
ment special Saturday 95c.
25c RUBIFOAM 15c
A Best liquid tooth wash Rubi
TT foam 25c size; 'Saturday 15c.
75c FACE VEILING 45c
5 -Fine crepe chiffon with border;
also shaded effects; extra width.
Regular 75c value; Saturday 45c yd.
For boys and girls 2 to 5 years;
only a few left, worth to $1.75;
Basement special Saturday 98c.
MEN'S HALF HOSE
Black and tan, warranted seam
less, double heels and toes, elas
tic instep, worth to 19c pair; Base
ment special Saturday 2 pair for 25c.
CHILDREN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
Fine gauze summer weight vests
and pants, worth to 15c; Base
ment special Saturday 5c.
25c GRAVE'S TOOTH POWER 14c
9 Dr. Grave's tooth powder, regu
lar 25c size; Saturday 14c
6c HANDKERCHIEFS 3 FOR 10c
1 r Fine lawn handkerchiefs, col
X 3 ored and fancy stripss; regu
lar 6c value; Saturday 3 for 10c.
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS
1 Sizes 1 to 12 years, finished
JL plain -with three tucks, worth
15c pair; Basement special Saturday
FRENCH VAL. LACES
Icy Edges and insertions (match
a sets) various widths, dainty
patterns, worth to 50c bolt; Basement
special Saturday 12 yards for 25c.
WOMEN'S MISSES' AND CHIL
y Plain black, tan, light blue,
i. 3 pink and white, worth to 19c
pair; Basement special Saturday 2
pair for 25c
10c CAMPHOR ICE 7c -
ChesboTOUgh's camphor ice,
large tin box, always 3ells at
10c; Saturday 7c
25c ORRIS ROOT 19c
1j Orris root powder, regular 25c
O size; Saturday 19c
1 Plain white and white with
O fancy colored borders, worth
to lOcjich; Basement special Satur
dav 3 for 10c.
AFFIDAVIT FILED IX
SWOPE MURDER CASE
Kansas City, Mo., June 24. In a de
position supporting- the claim of Elmer
Swope of Martinsville, "W. Va., to the
estate qf Col. Thomas H. Swope, John C.
Ponry an old soldier, formerly of New
Jersey, said today that Col. Swope was
known in his boyhood days as Peter
Moss Swope and that he married in New
Jersey or Pennsylvania about the time
of the civil war.
El Paso For
Visitors To Know
El Paso has 35 miles of street
El Paso has 20 miles of asphalt
El Paso city has an assessed
raluation of $30,000,000.
El Paso has eight railroads and
a $500,000 union passenger term
inal. El Paso has 25 mail carriers,
and the postoffice receipts last
year were $108,030.
El Paso has never had a sun
stroke, a panic, or a- strike that
tied up any industry.
El Paso is one cf the most im
portant ports of entry and export
in the United States.
El Paso has the best lighted
business district of any city in
Texas; see for yourself tonight.
El Paso, railroads handled 600,
000 cars in the local yards last
year and their p'ayrolls aggre
El Paso -will invest $2,500,000
in now buildings this year and in
vest $2,500,000 more in improve
ments and industries.
El Paso has eight banks, five
national and three state, with a
combined capital of over $2,000,
000 and deposits of $10,000,000.
El Paso has $00,000 invested
in school buildings and grounds,
and $25,000 in manual training
and domestic science equipment.
El Paso is in the center of a
tract of 225,000 acres of land that
will be irrigated by a $10,000,000
dam which the government is now
El Paso has three steam firo
engines, five combination hose and
chemicaX wagons, one aaitomobile
combination wagon, and extension
Call For Specials By
FINE TOILET SOAPS
Oatmeal, hazel cream, butter
milk, Turkish bath, clover
blossom and fine milled household tar
soap for hard water, worth to 10c a
cake; Basement special Saturday 6
cakes for 25c
$1 and $1.25 French
Batiste Corsets 69c
These are corsets that are es
pecially designed for medium
and slender figures, have me
dium bust, long and straight
skirt, and lightly boned. They
are made of French batiste
This is an extraordinary corset
bargain for Saturday only v
(Limit 1 to a customer)
Beautifully embroidered waists
of fine quality French batiste,
mercerized, embroidery fronts
and sleees trimmed witih lace.
These waists are exceptionally
good values at $2.00. For an
extra good special we offer
them Saturday .
EXTRA SPECIAL SATURDAY
NIGHT FROM 7 TILL 9
Choice of Lonsdale or Fruit of
The Loom Domestic, worth 12
l-2c a yard, at 12 yards
(Limit 12 yards to a customer;
Saturday night from 7 till 9)
J.Caiisbar Dry.O?od Ga tmmrti
3IASOXIC COTTZVCILS INSTAL
OFFICERS FOR TWO LODGES
Exercises In Masonic Hall Followed liy
Banquet Attended by 3Ianj- Mem
bers of the Organization.
Masonic officers elected June 9 for El
Paso Council, No. 3S. Royal Scottish
Masons, and El Paso Chapter, No. 157,
Royal Arch Masons, were duly installed ?
in the Masonic temple. Following- the
ceremony, n banquet was served to
about 50 Masons.
Officers -of the chapter are: John
Hughes, high priest; Scott C White,
king; George E. Trost, scriber John
Carpenter, treasurer; J. C. Mollinary,
secretary; J. C. Ross, guard; T. C.
Llddell, captain of the host; Colonel
Lewis, principal sojourner; E. C. Hitch
cock, royal arch captain; L. P. Atwood,
master of the third vail; E. S. Parham,
master of the second vail; W. W. Click,
master of the first vail.
Officers of the council are: James
Phipps, thrice illustrious , master;
George E. Trost, deputy thrice illus
trious master; J. C. Mollinary, recorder;
J. C. Ross, sentinel; E. S. Parham, con
ductor of the council; Gus A. Trost,
steward; John Hughes, principal con
ductor of the work; John Carpenter,
Is the only fit description for the man
or woman who is crippled with rheu
matism. Just a few rheumatic twinges
may be the forerunner of a severe at
tack stop the trouble at the start with
Ballard's Snow Liniment. Cures- the
rheumatism and all pain. Price 25c, 50c
and $1.00. 'All druggists.
VHX3tita 2 31
IT IS A FACT
All factories in the United States "have advanced
their honsp na.ints 90 fn
tie's Imperial is still selling at $1.80 per gallon.
Tutile Paint H Glass Co.
See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots,
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
$1.00 RUBBER GLOVES 72c
I Best quality rubber cloves.
regular $1.00 values; Satur
day 72c pair.
4711 GLYCERINE SOAP
-TVihite Rose Glycerine soap,
1-2 pound bara; Saturday 25c
25c GOLF QUEEN TALCUM 15c
OA Ricksecker Golf Queen talcum
a3 powder; Saturday 15c
WOMEN'S JERSEY RIBBED VESTS
Taped neck and Moulder
straps, fine gauze, worth 12
l-2c; Basement special Saturday 3
TORCHON LACES AT 3c YD.
) Edges and insertions, all lin
en; various widths and good
patterns; values to 10c a yard; a
Basement special 'Saturday 3c
85c BABY CAPS 25c
20 Soiled baby caps of fine lawn,
O dimity and silk mull; chil
dren's hats, chambray and pique
trimmed with lace and embroidery;
values to 85c; Basement specian Sat
59c BATH MATS 39c
2 A Extra good bath mats in a va--T
riety of patterns and colors;
will not fade; 59c values; Saturday
25c PACKERS TAR SOAP 15c ,
2E Regular 25c cake Packers tar
w soap for hair shampoo; Satur
day 15c cake. '
72x90 SHEETS 39c
2f 72x90 linen finish sheets,
w hemmed and ready for use;
Basement special Saturday 39c
(Limit 4 to a customer)
$1.25 BED SPREADS 98c
07 Full size white crochet bed
spreads, hemmed and ready
for use; nice soft finish; iwoven de
signs; worth $1.25; Basement special
TWILLED CRASH TOWELING
-Full width and full bleached
fine for rollers, worth 61-2c;
Basement special Saturday 10 yards
(Limit 1Q yards to a customer)
75c WOMEITS UNION SUITS 47c
O Q Fine ribbed union suits, fancy
2 crocheted trimming around
neck, extra well finished, plain and
trimmed at knee; all sazes; a regular
75c garment for Saturday, 47c suit.
HATS AND CAPS
Bovs' and children's hats and
caps; straw, canvas and duck;
white and colors; values to 50c; a
Basement special Saturday 10c.
HEMMED HUCK TOWELS
-With fancy colored borders,
worth 81-3c each; Basement
special Saturday oc
J. R. Harper, Presiding:.
Higley Horse & Mule company w
Texas & Pacific Railway company:
damages to cattle shipment, filed.
State of Texas vs. John S. Leech,
murder; called for trial.
E. B. ZHcCIIntock. Presiding.
State of Texas vs. George Darling,
Alphonse Munoz, S. Fuentas, Lorente
Munor and Ben Garcia, burglary, held
to grand jury under $300 bail each.
Regular 25 Cents
a soft chewing
15 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mr.
206 N Qrecon St. ?koe 34?
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