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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, July 8, 1910.
STILL FIGHTING TIE
More of the vital part of the grain and thorough
Through the demonstration of these principals,
thousands have been educated to the proper kind
of food end the proper way of eating it. Educator
crackers are hard, to induce proper mastication
and of entire cereals to get full food value. We
havethe following assortment FRESH.
Oat Meal, per box . . . v ." 25c
Bran, per box 1 30c
The Fruited, per box - -30c
Golden Maize, per box 25c
Graham, per box .' 25c
Barley, per box 25c
Entire Wheat, per box 25c
Toasteretts, per box 25c
Rye, per box . .-. - 25c
Baby Educators, per box 25c
Tularosa Dressed Chickens
Preserving Plums and Cherries
Fancy Apricots and Currants
Hi Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151.
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El Paso School
Tipper intermediate, full lilgrh school, and ad
vanced elective courses. Theory, practice
and appreciation bf music under the best
instructor. Resident director of physical
training and outdoor sports.
3IISS SLATER MISS TAFJSIi, Principal.
620 Prospect Ave. EI Pass, Texas.
Why Not Use the Phone ?
A Ttltphont Directory of
Who Make Prompt Responses
he will bitterly oppose any attempt to
exhibit the pictures.
At New Brunswick, N. J., mayor Mor
rison has notified the chief of police
that he considers an exhibition of the
pictures demoralizing- to children of
the city, and forbids their exhibition.
Governor Weeks, in a statement is
sue, says the showing' of the fight
pictures is against public morals, anil
he urges the suppression of the pictures
Mayor Lathrop says that he will not
approve of the issuance of a permit for
the fight pictures in Springfield, Mass.
The negroes of CovWgton, Ky., have
protested against the exhibition of the
fight pictures In that city because they
believe trouBTe with the whites might
result. Mayor Craig of Covington was
one of the first mayors of the country
to announce that he would not interfere
with the pictures.
Picture Contract Made.
At Hollldaysburg, Pa., Burgess Ja
cobs, of Huntington, has affected an
agreement with the proprietors of mo
tion picture places there for separate
exhibitions of the pictures for whites
Indians. Governor "Without Power.
That the power of preventing the ex
hibition of the pictures in Indiana lies
with the local authorities and not with
the governor, was wired to William
Shaw, general secretary of the Chris
tian Endeavor society, by governor
Marshall after he had examined the
Can Show In Montana.
Governor E. H. Norris of Montana
has wired secretary Shaw, of the Chris
tian Endeavor society at Boston, that
the statutes of Montana are not suffi
ciently specific to permit any interven
tion on the part of the state authori
ties with any exhibition of the fight
pictures in Montana,
TJtah Will Allow Them.
Replying to a message from an east
ern crusader urging him to prevent the
exhibition of pictures In Utah, govern
or Spry has telegraphed that there is
no state law under which the pictures
can be suppressed. He advised the cor
lespondent to take the matter up with
the municipal authorities.
Mayor Bransford of Salt Lake is ab
sent and chief of police Barlow says he
sees no good reason for interfering
with the pictures in Salt Lake City.
Minneapolis Stops Pictunres.
Mayor Haynes has ordered acting
chiefof police Moaley to see that none
of the fight pictures are put on public
exhibition in Minneapolis.
Announcement is made that the Paris,
Texas, city council will take the neces
sary legal steps to prevent the exhibi
tion of the pictures.
At "vTeatherford, Texas, the city coun
cil at last night's session passed an or
dinance, which is designed to prohibit
the exhibition of the pictures of the j
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 196G -
We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
608 & 62S
A. E. RYAN & CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO' ST.
BURTON-LIHGO CO., FIRST & ENSAS STS-,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc "Everything That's Canvas."
Ail Work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. Auto 1882
Bell 769 L
C. a KEIFER
fc Auto 1770
208 S. EL PASO ST.
Awning Shades and Curt ains
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
EL PASO TENT AND AWNING CO.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Texas St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
GENERAL TRANSFER, STORAGE AND MOVING
Mottled and PI DA&A SIIC IH Dry Pressed Stock
Fire Brick EI rS W E Im 1 &V. && and Wire Cut Brick
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
sole agent for THE EASY RUNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
H. L. STEWART
CASH OR CREDIT
Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
EL PISO SHEET METAL WORKS
321 Texas Street
"Let us give you an estimate."
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
HADLEY, OF MISSUKT,
HEADS NEGROES LECTURE
UR July Clearance Sale comes to a clone Tuesday night. For the three remaining days
mo ; mrthp many; remarkable offers. The following list is a fair examvle. Shon
here tomorrow. Bring this list with you or make a memorandum of the numbers you want.
Declares They Mnst Act so That "Whites
AVill Respect Them Johuson "Whip
ped Only a "Worn Out Man.
Jefferson City, Mo., July 8. Govern
or Hadley has offered a reward of $300
for the arrest and conviction of every
person who engaged In the lynching- of
two negroes at Charleston last Snuday.
"Negroes have no occasion to feel any
satisfaction over the result of that
fight, said Governor Hadley. "It's only
significance Is that a negro prize fighter
whipped a worn out white prize fighter
who had impaired his constitution by
idleness and dissipation.
"Jeffries no more represented the
white race than does Johnson represent
such men as Booker T. "Washington or
Prof. Dubois. While I propose to do
all that I can to protect the negroes in
their rights and to prevent and punish
acts of violence against them, the ne
gro must understand that only by his
own conduct can he secure the respect
of the people."
10c and 15c FOLDING FANS 5c
Japanese Folding Paper Fans,
hfejhl-v and neatly decorated,
worth to 15c, Saturdaj- special, 5c
$2.00 AND $2.50 WAISTS $1.10
Women's Warm Weather Waists
of every description, in light,
sheer materials, low necks sailor col
lars, etc, worth to $2:50; all day
Saturday special $1.10.
FANCY PAPER LUNCH SETS
31 Table Cover, size 42x5b and 12
Napkins to match, July Clear
ance price 15c set.
Plain and crinkled, July Clear
ance price 25c per hundred.
PAPER DOYLIES, SIZE 12x12
Heavy crinkled paper, embossed
in pretty colored designs, July
Clearance' price 40c dozen.
35c CHILDREN'S MUSLIN DRAW
6 Embroidery and Lace Trimmed
Children's Muslin Drawers, ages
1 to 12, -worth to 35c, Saturday spe
cial all day, 23c pair.
$4.00 WOMEN o DRESSES $2.39
7 Women's one piece Lawn Dresses,
with over skirts, in light or dark
colorings, nicely trimmed with lace
and embroidery, worth to $4.00, Sat
urday special $2.39. (
WOMEN'S LAWN DRESSES
Black and white, blue and white,
Dink and white and lavender and
white stripes, square and V necks,
trimmed in solid shades to match,
worth $1.25, July Cearance price 79c.
"20 Mule Team"
Pure Powdered Bnniv for
household use. sells usually at
15c, Extra Special Saturday, 7
till 9 p. m., per lb. Q
Limit one box to a customer.
WOMEN'S LAWN KIMONOS
Women's Long Kimonos, printed
lawns, in Persian and floral de
signs, trimmed with bands and over
stitching, value to $1.00, July Clear
ance price 69c.
"Ozark" Overalls for children,
sizes 2 -o 10 years, every
pair guaranteed, values to 59c; July
Clearance price 30c.
FINE TOILET SOAP
'Flotilla" Toilet Soap, worth
5c cake; July Clearance price
3 cakes for 10c.
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS
Sizes 2 to 12 yeara, finished
with cluster tucks and hem
stitch ruffle, values to 20c; July
Clearance price 15c ; 2 pair for 25c
EVTD A ? From 7 to 9 Saturday night in
ZllTka -Fhp Trvilp.f. Rep.fjfm wp will kp.11
All Odors at 30c Per Ounce
Many, other extra specials wi'l be on sale in the Toilet -Sactiori all day
Saturday and Saturday nig-i
Children's "Keystone" Romp
ers, all sizes, in stripes and
solid colors, values to 75c; July Clear
ance price 49c.
75c INFANTS' DRESSES 49c
IO Infants' Longcloth Dresses,
& daintily trimmed with em
broidery and hemstitched ruffling,
worth to 75c; extra special 49c each.
(Infants' Goods Section.)
75c AND 85c VAL. LACES, THE
Dainty sheer French Val.
Edses and Insertions, in vari
ous widths and designs, worth to
85c ; Saturday night special 39c bolt.
j J Plain and with fancy colored
JL O borders, narrow hemstitch
hem, worth to a l-3c each; July
Clearance price 3 for 10c.
ALL SILK RIBBONS
In widths up to 5 inches, solid
shades, black, white and
fancy, stripes, moire and Persian de
signs, values to 35c; July Clearance
35c INDIA LINON 17 1-2c
Sheer white, full 30-inch India
Linon, our regular 35c quality,
Saturday night special 171-2c yard.
(12 yard limit will prevail.)
MEN'S HALF HOSE
g Black and tan, double heels and
& toes, worth to ISc; July
Clearance price 2 pair for 2oc.
yf Fine rib, extra length, double
vJ heels and toes, all sizes, black,
white, pink and light blue, worth to
19c; July Clearance price 2 paa: for
WOMEN'S FEATHER SILK PETTI
COATS ty Black and colors, also in
" stripes of black and white, blue
and white, red and white and la.ven
der and white, accordion pleated and
embroidered flounces, values to $1.50;
July Clearance price 98c.
WOMEN'S RIBBED VESTS '
High grade, .fine gauze Under
vests. taped neck and shoulder
straps, worfk 18c; July Clearance
75c CHAMOISETTE GLOVES SAT
URDAY NIGHT 39c PAIR
OQ Kayser's Genuine Chamoisette
0 Fabric Gloves., worth to 75c;
Saturday night special 39c pair.
25c LA VALLIERRES SILVER
A The newest novelty Necklaces,
fci fine silver chains with imita
tion pearl pennants, worth to 25c;
Saturday special 10c
fl fa tzgt
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25c Table Oilcloth
15c a Yard
Saturday night, 7 to 9, regular
25c grade table oilcloth, all
Tacotna Stadium, Where
Public Schools Hold Sports
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POSTAL SERVICE IX
TEXAS TO BE BETTER
Washington. D. C, July 8. Postmas
ter general Hitchcock said today that
following an interview which he had
with congressman John N. Garner, of
the 15th Texas district, regarding rural
free delivery, the postmaster general's
department is now busy investigating
the resumption of service in a number
of instances and the slntalatlori of
other routes in Texas, as well as oth
er portions of the country.
The postmaster at LaPorte has writ
ten asking that his postoffice be des
ignated as a reserve for postal savings
bank deposits. He said his patrons
are anxious to open account with Un
We would like to
have you see our
Before buying your
after a political job before. There are
others after the job, Including Will
Mitchell, former police captain ar:- for
a short time police chief ar.ri before
that a Rough Rider witu Roosevelt. Al
though about the only member of ihat
famous regiment not In a public Jobn it
doe j i.t i ii to tne politicians isr if
he wonid gci on just j-et.
This settles trie list. Jim Clifford
will oe a new face in the courthouse,
but he goes In without opposition. Jim
Is going to be county commissioner in
the place of S. J. Freudenthal, and
then maybe there won't be anybody to
make motion; to go Into executive ses
sion, but Jim will be on the job. He
is without an opponent and Is in the
same class with Billy Bridgers, George
Harper brother of James, district
judge, and of John, school trustee
George Huffman, A. S. J. Eylar, C. B.
Kelly, J. W. Eubank and J. E. Ralner;
likewise senator Claude Hudspeth and
repre&onatlve W. C. McGown.
"The Rlnpr" nnil Colquitt.
So it is plain that "the ring" v?
never more certain of victory than now.
With only one place to worry about and
pretty well satisfied that they can lanu
there and put "old man" Hall bnck on
tne ranch, they are all feeling good, o
good in fact that they have gone Into
the gubernatorial campaign and decided
who shall be El Paso's choice for gov
ernor. It's Colquitt, of course, for Col
quitt is th e"wide openest" candidate in
the lot as the negroes back in east
Texas say referring to his "liberal'
ideas on prohibition, saloons and thin--?-of
a like character in general. "The
ring" doesn't want a "puritanical El
Paso" so the ring is for Colquitt and
woe be the man who says nay.
Davidson Men Afraid.
An El Paso property owner, who ha-
in the past figured quite a good deal in
politics and is still supposed to nam
With the "rihg," is not for Colquitt, bur
for Davidson, the man who swatwd
Bailey a jolt under the belt and made
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the Waters-Pierce company pay a big
fine but didn't drive it out of the state.
He tried to form a Davidson club, bur
not a club has he yet. "Every politi
cian I went tc," he said, "was afraid.
Some said they were for Davidson, but
they couldn't come out and say so be
cause they were afraid of 'the ring.'
One man told me that he had pledged
his wife to vote for Cone Johnson be
cause she favors prohibition, but said
he was really for Davidson, but couldn't
join the Davidson club lest his wife learn
that he was not exactly on the square
with her. So I haven't formed the club,
but Davidson is going to get a lot of
El Paso votes."
The Colquitt Leader.
The Colquitt leadership in El Paso
county appears to rest In B. M. Wor
sham, a member of the "non-p.-litical"
school board. The doctor used to run
the state lunatic asvlum up at Austin,
and as a politician he is said to have
been able to teach even Will Burges
and Henry Kelly several things in the
line of the little game so persistently
played in El Paso all the time and other
Texas cities every once in a while. He
came out to El Paso and immediately
rented an office over Henry Kelly's
drug store and was ailmost immediately
put by Kelly on the school board. Then
came the information that the ring was
for Colquitt, then the information that
the educational doctor was going to fc
state health officer if Colquitt wins.
That sounds all right to El Paso, Inas
much as this city has been grievlously
overlooked In the distribution of the
state plums In the past and whether El
Paso as a whole likes Mr. Colquitt or
not, many El Paso people are going tc
vote for him just to help El Paso's new
ly adopted school trustee knock his persimmon.
Douglas vs. EI Paso
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206 N. Oregon St Phone 347
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Tuttle's Imperial is a high-grade paint and at
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made from Lead and Oil.
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