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Friday, July 8. 1910.
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Peerless Kolled Roast, - Oi
per pound X 4 2
Rump Roast, , 1 ?i
per pound. . . t. 2
Leg of Mutton, - ' 17L,
per pound A "
ChiK-k Roast or Steak, -j
per pound. . : '.
Beef Stew. 9Sf
3 pounds for . gsOL,
Corn Beef, Q
per pound .-
Home Dressed Hens. Ol
per pound a& 2
Fruit and Vegetable Specials
w Watermelons, ice cold, Tj J
per pound 4
Green Feas, i
iipi nmmri .......... 'L
12 pounds for
Sore Feet. Tender Feet, and Swollen
Feet Cured Every Time. TIZ
Makes Sore Feet 1VI1 No Mat
ter What Ails Them.
All afternoon and evening trains are
reported on time.
Boston, Mass., July S. On petition of
the International Paper companv, julcre
Colt in the United States circuit court,
appointed John Norris, of Ntn 1.1K,
an officer of the American Newspaper
Publishers association, and Charles F.
"Weed, an attorney of this city, receiv
ers of the Boston Herald company. In
cluding: a bond issue of $1,700,000, the
indebtedness is about $2,200,000.
ly pounds select white, 'tender as
paragus in a can, 30 cents. Jackson's,
.Tapksnn's delkatessen will heln vou
at lunch time. Step in and see. Phone I 5j
Ardoin s Market
The Governor's Dog
THE governor's poodle "was roam
ing through the streets of the
town after the manner of ordi
nary mongrels. As it looked like any
other dog, people did not pay any at
tention to it, but as luck would have
it the poundkeeper happened to pass,
and as the poodle had on no license, as
was hardly to be expected, considering
Are you contemplating a
HUNTING or FISHING
Axe you interested in
If so write Traffic Department
Mfixico Korihwcsiern Railway
Trains leave CIUDAD JUAE.EZ
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P. M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. M. (El Paso time)
DAILY SERVICE From
H. a FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYAN, Traffic Manager.
that it belonged to the governor, the
I poundkeeper took it up.
He looked at the dog for a moment
and said: What! Has not our good
governor forbidden dogs to run loose
without a license?"
With the agility of a lasso-throwing
j cowbov, he caught the dog and a mo
ment later it was inside his van.
The people made no protest whatever,
but its proud bearing worried the
poundkeeper considerably. He noticed
that the other dogs in the van made
for it, but slunk humbly away with
their tails between their legs after the
poodle seemed to whisper something
in their ears.
"There is something wrong," thought
the poor poundkeeper. "I must ask the
"Mr. Policeman," "he called with
trembling voice, and as the stern po
liceman approached he took off his cap
and stammered timidly: I have
caught a poodle but perhaps it be
longs to the police commissioner or
"Let me see how it looks." said the
policeman, and looked into the van.
"That one, you fool! You silly ass! Do
you think a general would nave such
a cur? Generals have pointers, grey
hounds, or wolfhounds. And it does
not belong to the police commissioner.
I know all the dogs of the police offi
cials very well."
The poundkeeper breathed easier and
Just then a dvornik' (janitor) 'hap
pened to pass, and when he saw the
poodle he respectfully removed his cap.
"What is the matter with you,"
growled the policeman.
"It is the governor's dog," said the
The ground seemed to rock and sway
under the policeman's feet-
"The governor's dog," he gasped, "and
you have dared take it up, you scoun
drel. !Let it -out immediately!" And he
SUMMER TOURIST RATES
From El Paso to the following points and return:
ys f mm
U. S. Cy.
Aguas Calientes $25.55
Celaya . 30.90
Mexico City . 36.30
U. S. Cy.
San Luis Potosi 29.15
Santa Rosalia 9.70
Tampico .; 32.50
Vera Cruz 44.95
Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week during
June, July, August and September, limit of thirty days from date of sale,
without stopover privileges. For further information call on or address
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Mexico i oaav maga;
MEXICO TODAY MAGA21
Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. P.
everyone who is troubled with sore,
sweaty, or tender feet swollen feet
smelly feet, corns, callouses or bun
ions can quickly make their feet well
now. Kere is Instant relief and a last
ing, permanent remedy it's called
TIZ. TIZ makes sore feet well and
swollen feet are quickly reduced to
their natural size. Thousands of ladies
have been able to wear shoes a full
size smaller with perfect comfort.-'
It's the only foot remedy ever made
which aots on the principle of drawing
out all the poisonous exudations which
cause sore feet. Powders and other
remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ
cleanses them out and keeps them
clean. It works right off. You will
feel better the very first time it's used.
Use it a week and you can forget you
ever had sore feet. There is nothing
on earth that'Can compare with it. TIZ
j is for sale at all druggists 25 cents
per box or direct, if you wish, from
Walter Luther Dodge & Co.. Chicago,
111. Recommended and sold by Knob
lauch Drug Co., Inc.
struck the poundkeeper in the face
with his fist. The poundkeeper bowed"
his head and began to open the door
of the van. He tried to induce the dog
to come out.
"I will get a carriage and send it
to his high excellency's house," he
I "What are you going to do with an
unlicensed dog, you Infernal fool,"
came suddenly from a police sergeant
who happened to pass. "Don'it you
know the rules?"
I The policeman seemed quite lost now
and could only stammer: "It Is the
His superior laughed out aloud.
"You idiot," he said, "do you think
the governor's dog would run about in
the streets alone? The governor's dog
is an aristocratic being that has a foot
man or a parlor maid to wait on it.
But it is no use to stand here talking.
Put the dog back and get out of here,"
he said to the poundkeeper.
The man took hold of the poodle bru
tally, gave it a kick and threw it into
the van "once more.
"It does not seem to be a common
dog," said a grocer's assistant. "You
can see on its fur that it is a thor
oughbred, and besides you can see how
carefully it is combed and washed."
The police sergeant began to thing.
"Perhaps it really is the governor's
dog." he thought, and suddenly getting
angry he shouted to the poundkeeper.
"Let the dog loose immediately! Can't
you see, you muttonhead, that it is a
"A thoroughbred dog," laughed some
body close by; "you are certainly an
expert on dogs."
Everybody turned around and saw
city councilor Pietrow.
"Good morning, councilor." cried the
police sergeant, greatly relieved. "So
you think It is just a common dog?"
"The worst mongrel I ever saw. Why,
look at its eyes! It may be mad for
all I can see."
The police sergeant seemed to have
lost his head entirely. Pounding the
poundkeeper with his fist he shouted:
"Get out of here, you beastly son of
night owl. I. will teach you to turn
mad dogs loose in the streets. Officer,
tomorrow this man goes to jail for
two days and you will hear from me
if he is not behind lock and key .at 7
in the morning."
The poundkeeper's van drove off at
full speed and was soon lost from sight.
But within half an hour two police
commissioners, three captains and five
policemen were on the spot.
"Has no one seen the governor's
poodle?" one of the commissioners
asked the patroling roundsman.
The man did not answer, but disap
peared with lightning- speed in the
direction taken by the poundkeeper's
The next day the poundkeeper was
sentenced to three months imprlson-ment-
The mayor "was fined 500 roubles and
denied the privilege of going to jail
instead. The chief commissioner of po
lice was removed from his office be
acuse of neglect of duty, but strangely
enough the editor of the local political
paper escaped punishment this time.
Did NeYelI See Roosevelt?
Washington. D. C, July S. F. H.
Newell, director of the reclamation
service, is back from New York.
The reticence of the director lends
color to the report that one of the ob
jects of his trip -was to consult with
Col. Roosevelt concerning the friction
with the secretary of the interior. (He
declined to admit or- deny that he had
had a conference with the former pres
ident. Mr. Newell said he had con
ferred in Baltimore and New York -with
B. N. Baker, president of the Second
National Conservation congress, which
will be held in St. Paul September fi
to 9. The purpose o f their meeting had J
been to discuss plans for the convention.
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Vegetables that are fresh and sani
tary at Jackson's, phone 353.
Dr. Oicron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
Bnllinprer on Inspection Trip.
Washington, D. C, July 8. Secretary
of the interior Ballinger has left Wash
ington for a trip of inspection west
ward, whicli may cover a period of
several month. He was accompanied by
E. C. Finney, assistant to the secretary,
and a stenographer. During his ab
sence he "will visit several reclamation
projects, indian reservations and na
Welch's grape juice at Jackson's.
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Dcnth From Plajfue.
Honolulu, H. T.. July S. The first
death here from bubonic plague in three
years occurred Wednesday, according
to announcement by ihe health author
ities. There have been two or three
cases of plague in the last few months
but no deaths.
Dr. AV. R. Weeks, 711 Texas street.
3 cans nice cOrn 25 cents. Jackson's.
Government Aeroplane Tests.
Washington, D. C, July S. Fly
ing against -winds ranging up to 15
miles an hour, the government aero
plane purchased from the Wright
brothers and manned by Lieut. Foulcis,
has been undergoing a series of inter
esting tests at Fort Sam Houston, Tex.
A report received by chief signal of
ficer Allen says that during the early
part of June there were flights of from
j five minutes to 14 minutes duration
against wind. ork is now being con
centrated on perfecting the mechanical
parts for a system of whec for the
aeroplane and the flights will be re
sumed in a week of so.
Sedgwick creamery butter is fresh
butter Jackson's phone 53.
Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to
11 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Big Government Structure.
Washington, D. C, July S. Plans
have been completed for the new build
ing for the bureau of engraving and
printlnk -which is to cost $1,750,000.
C. L,. Blllington, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9. painting, paper hanging, decorating
Cool Cottage Cheese.
There is nothing nicer this hot weath
er than that nice home made cottage
cheese we have fresh every morning.
Jnckon Sanltnry Grocery,
TWO BOYS RELEASED,
AFTER A LECTURE
One Is Promised a eform School Term
and Given n Good Scare Before
Extremely penitent and bubbling over
w!th all kinds of promises about being
a good boy in the future, Howard
Luther, dirty, ragged and barefoot,
broke down and cried, trembling and in
fact "went the entire gamut of emo
tions when police judge Lea told him
Friday r rning i-e "vas bound Cor the
Luther was arrested in company with
Charlie Hoke, alias Hawk, the pair be
ing charged with taking $5 from a man
sleeping in the park, then hiring a liv
ery rig and proceeding ito have a good
time on the money. Hawk was given a
lecture by judge Eylar Thursday night
and turned over to his father, who
promised to see that he behaved In the
future. Luther was held at the police
"Please, judge, don't send me to the
reform school," whined Luther, with
tears rolling down his cheeks. "I never
was in jail before and will never do
anything bad again."
"You tried to lay the theft onto the
other boy, didn't you?" asked the judge
"Why aren't you man enough 'to stand
i;- and ake your iredicine You re goini.7
to the reform school until you're 21."
This brought forth additional sobs
and protests, the judge sending the bo
back to jail to await his mother's ar
rival. The mother will take him in tov
in an endeavor to compel behavior U
the future. Luther, however, was give
a scare he will not forgot in some timr
U. S. Recovers Lnndi.
Cheyenne, Wyo., July S. The United
States land office at Lander has ren
dered decisions in several contest cases
against 64 entrymen on the coal lands
of the Owl Creek and Debo -mines of
Big Horn county, involving 10,000 acres
valued at $1,500,000. Fifty-seven cases
were decided in favor of the govern
ment, four in favor of the entrymen and
two cases were set for rehearing.
Asparagus 30 cents a can. Jackson's.
Abbrurzi Meets Miss El kins.
Rome, July S. The Tribuine publish
es a report that the duke of the Abruz
zi, who is now director general of the
arsenal at Venice, recently motored
from Venice to Toblach, Austria, where
he met many Americans, including, it
is believed. Miss Katherine Elkins. This
has revived gossip concerning the en
gagement of the duke and Miss Elkins.
Giant Oak for Coffin.
Muncie, Ind., July S. 'A giant oak
tree that he had watched grow since
he came, an infant, to the farm where
he died, "will encase the body of Cary
Fenwick, aged 77. His sons todaj' cut
down the tree that grew in the door
yard and will fashion It Into a coffin.
The outside and the lid will be of the
unfinished wood. A special hearse -will
be required to convey the coffin and
its contents to the cemetery, where the
coffin will be buried In a grave of
Good Iced Ten.
When yon drink iced tea why not
drink the best? t costs no more than
Inferior tea and j-ou'll enjoy it much
better. Chase & Sanborn's special
blend of Iced tea is known to be the
best in the world, that's why we sell it.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
HEARD POKER CHIPS, BUT
OXLY FOUND PITCH GAME
Although otficer Henderson heard a
noise like poker chips rattling, money
-lii'king and cards fluttering and snap
ping in a room occupied by "James
Johnson" in an alley between Stanton.
Overland, Utah and Second streets, yet
-rben a raid was made at 4 oclock Tues
iay morning, just Johnson and a woman
vho gave her name as Mary Jones were
"ound engaged in the innocent game of
itch, with three others who gave their
ames as Albert Jones, Jack Kelly and
Toe Wilson, looking on.
T 1 t-v cilm that 'they w re in'
nving a Utile picnic of their own in
fvr of it being the Fourth. They gath-
ad in the room to discuss the Jeffries-
HAT a tale of bargains these two headlines tell and what a grand
combination of nnderprice events! The July Clearance Sale has
proven -its worthiness every dav of this week through its splendid
money saving offerings the After Supper Sale has firmly established itself in
the hearts of evrey careful buyer in the city, through its weekly bargains.
Come anv hour on Saturday and you'll be well repaid come to the After Supper
Sale Saturday night and you'll find a busy, happy crowd of people who have
learned to take advantage of our 7 to 9 o'clock sales.
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jcvvc ry iuvci lisz-
Dutch collar pins, brooches, shirt
waist pin sets, and many other
neat articles in stvlish designs,
plain and set with a variety or
stones. Values tip to 50c, on sale,
7 to 9 o'clock. t Q
100 dozen women's Shamrock lin
en handkerchiefs, hemstitched, em
broidered, lace edge and colored
border styles, worth regularly up
to 15c. On sale. 7 to ! JJ
o'clock, each C
Only 6 to each customer)
French and German Valenciennes
laces and insertions, in matchel
patterns. Bolts of 12 yards, worth
up to 50c, on sale. 7 to 9 o'clock
(two to each customer), fl
a bolt JLC
One sale from 7 to 9 o'clock,
eadi Qustomer limited to two
of each article advertised.
Quality in every one is guaranteed.
4711 Violette Talcum
Sanitol Face Cream,
regular 25c jars
bottles - -
Mennen's Skin Soap,
regular 25c cakes
Men's good quality white, twilled.
drill drawers, with elastic ankles
and seams, all sizes, in the regular 1
50c quality, on sale, 7 to 9 o'clock
(only tnvo pairs to each OP I
customer) , a pair wOC I
Boys' Blouses J
Boys' unlaundered. blouses, wath. j
collar attached, in a good variety
of light and dark color patterns.
Sizes 5 to 15 years, the regular 50c
quality, on sole 7 to 9 3Q
(Only two to each customer)
Extra qualrty apron check ging
ham, in all size checks, wiH be
on sale in the Basement from 7 to
9 o'clock, the regular 8c grade, ten
yards to each, customer SQ
Sunburst and Accordion Pleated Skirts $1.89
Silk and Wool Batista Skirts, full accordion and suiburst p cated styles, in btack, tar,. jrrv, navy
and white. Both misses and women's sizes, m qualities worth to $7.50. Only 45 skirts
in the lot : while the last (on sale 7 to 9 o'clock)
ALL DAY SATURDAY SPECIALS
N addition. to the hundreds of marvelous bargains that the July Clearance
Sale offers, we have prepared a number of extra specials for all day
Saturday. Visit each section of our store tomorrow scores of good things,
not advertised, bear the mark of a lowered price.
Summer Dresses $1.98
Very neat style dresses for bosh house and street
wear, made of fancy lawns, ginghams and percales.
Seme are the fancy" lingerie styles, ouhers with Dutch
neck and short sleeves and others in plainer styles
for house wear. Tomorrow we offer ri 3 Q Q
values up to $4.00 for : $ 1 sjO
Summer Dresses $2.95
Dainty lingerie dresses of fine batiste, lace and em
broidery trimmed dresses with the Dutch neck and
eibow sleeve style, made of ginghams and percales
dresses of .pretty fancy lawns in summery styles.
For tomorrow sale we offer many really (f ey Qj J?
worth up to $6.00 for $di & O
Special lot of fine quality linen
dresses in both white and colors,
liandsomelv trimmed with heavy
laces, braided and hand embroi
dered, styles worth up to $18.50,
priced $ .tD
Handsome style black dress skirts,
made of extra quality voile, trim
med wi. silk bands, and chiffon
panama, elaborately braided. In
this special lot are manv garments
Extra quality all silk taffeta pet
ticoats, made in good full styies,
with deep flounce, ruffled or pleat
ed. All colors, in a regular $5.00
quality, are specially d0 7Q
priced wum 4 nj
ercerized Table Cloths
Pattern table cloths. 10-4 size, made of extra
quality mercerized damask in a variety of
A regular $1.50 quality, specially priced
Saturday's Special Shoe Bargains
ALTHOUGH we mention in this advertisement only four special items,
all the special lots advertised in the July Clearance Sale will still be
on sale. In every pair of shoes you buy youTL get "Popular" quality, re
gardless of the lowness of the price.
Canvas Oxfords Barefoot Men's Shoes
Women's white canvas oxford . . Broken lines of men's fine shoes.
Ties and Pumps, good styles, well Sandal? mcludmg all remaining pairs of
made, aud perfect fitting. Every Jc3,llU,aiV tje Floersheim makes of both
pair in our stock marked at a re- Cool and comfortable footwear for shoes and Oxfords in all leathers.
j,,.ni -;,o ,-, -r , - , - For tomorrows sale we offer
ducea price. summer the Bareioot Sandals tor sfes worth to $6.00 fcO OQ
$3.00 Cam-as Oxfords and every member of the family. Made for ZoilO
WT Canvas Oxfords' and' ' ' of extra quality Russia calf, with "FELLOWCRAFT" SHOiSS
Pumps $1.95 real qlkhide soles. All styles in -our special $3.50
S2.00 Canvas Oxfords and ,, , , , . . shoes, the "Fellowcraft" brand, in.
Pumps $1-65 Men s and sizes. . . .$1.59 vid g and a1 ten
$1.75 Canvas Oxfords and blisses' sizes, 111-2 to 2... $1.39 leathers, made over the newest
Pumps $1.45 m.j oi o .t ii e-i -o lasts, are specialhr priced in
' "' r , , Children s sizes, 81-2 to 11.. $1.1 8 oi. ,'j " 5.
$l.o0 Cam-as Oxfords and ' Saturdays HQ ! P
Pumps $1.35 Infants' sizes, 51-2 to 8 95c sale tpOtlU
Saturday Sale in Mens Department
Every man should think of his summer clothing needs now, while the op
portunity to save from one-fourth to one-third awaits him. H. S. & M. and
Kuppenheimer two and three-piece suits are thus reduced the best clothes
, it is possible to buy. Then, too, shirts underwear, neckwear, hats, hosiery
in fact, everything a man wears is specially priced in the July Clearance
Store Closes at .ifffi Jffo ft July Clearance
9 p. m. JOjtlM Sale Continues
Saturday 9hlM3UhkW!f$?W All Next Week
Johnson fight, eat some, drink a little
beer and chat. Johnson and the woman
played pitch, and that was all.
Officer Henderson and mounted pa
trolmen Smith and Stevens made the
arrests. Thursday night the trial in
police court came off, and as officer
Hendertson didn't actually see them
playing cards for money, judge Lea ha.d
to turn them all loose.
E! Paso Pasteur Insiifuie
For Preventive Treatment
325 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res 3457
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