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Friday, July 8, 1910.
Who has an eye for tlie
health of the members
of her family will buy
her meats here. Only the
finest obtainable is what
we sell. Our prices are
low enough to enable all
to secure the best. Here
are our proofs.
Prime Bib Eoast, per lb., only 12 l-2c
Chuck Eoast, per lb., only 10c
Chuck Steak, per lb., only . 10c
Corn Beef, per lb., only 10c
Sausage, per lb., only 10c
Home Dressed Hens, per lb., only 20c
(Successor to Stetter & Schneider)
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Many Cups Axe Put up For
Premiums; Also a dumber
of Special Awards New
Members Taken in.
It is some chicken show that the El
Paso association is planning for the
El Paso Fair and Exposition October
29 to November 6. Big1 chickens and
1 ttle chickens, Rhode Island Reds and
white Plymouth Rocks, with the varying-
shades, sizes and breeds will he
ihown at the big Tall fair in an array
of poultry that would make the heart
NEVER GOES UP
goes into Ice Cream
costs much more
than it used to , un
less it is made from
liThen it is made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder, Ice Cream does not
' cost as much as it did ten. years ago.
The price of Jell-0 Ice Cream Pow
der nei er goes up.
Ice Cream, made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream. Powder, is the lowest-priced
luxury on earth.
Flavors: Vanslla. Strawberry, Lcmoa,
Chocolate and UnSavorcd.
At Grocers', 2 packages 25 cents.
Beautiful Recipe Book Free. Address,
The. Gesesee Pure Feed Ce., Le Roy, N. Y.
of an Ethiopian glad beyond belief.
Last year at the first annual fair, the
poultry show ias one of the finest de
partments of the big fair and created
as much favorable comment as any
other single department. This year it is
expected That the poultry section will
be the mecca for fanciers from all parts
of the southwest. The El Paso asso
ciation members have made up their
collective and individual minds that it
Is to be some little chicken show (that
they will pull off at "Washington park
this fall. To resolve is to revohe with
the poultry folks. This was shown at
their regular meeting at the cham
ber of commerce Thursday night, w
the association made enough arrange
ments for the fair show to Insure Its
success if nothing more is done but
slick up the chickens for the exhibi
I . Many Cups Donated.
Cups, cups and more cups have been
donated by the merchants and those
interested in the breeding of fine poul
try, .to be awarded as prizes at the fair
poultry show. Cash prizes and mer-
cnanaise nave also been offered until
the chicken fancier who gets away
from the grounds after the fair without
a trophy of some description will have
to sneak out the back way with his old
jrfiantecler. A catalog is to be Issued by
the Poultry association in addition to
the regular fair catalog which will also
contain the list of premiums and special
prizes to be awarded at the poultry
show. These catalogs are to be sent to
the fanciers in different parts of the
soutftiwest who will be urged to come
to El Paso wilh their feathered friends
and get in the running. Not to be
outdone by the Fair association or the
merchants, the Poultry association itself
will offer a cup the like of which has
never been offered for a similar show
in this section of the uncut. The prize
committee was given authority to 50 as
far as it liked in the selection of this
trophj- cup, which -vill be offered for the
Another stirring march that is right up to
the Pryor standard. He has called it "The
Arcade Girl", in honor of the hosts of pretty
girls in the appreciative audiences who listen
to his band in the famous Asbury Park Arcade
Arcade Girl March
Victor Record 5778, ten-inch, 60 cents
Hear it today
Any Victor dealer will gladly play this brilliant selection for you.
Ask him for a Victor Record catalog which lists more than 3000
selections both single- and double-faced records. Same high quality
only difference is in price. Buy double-faced if the combination
New Victor Records are on sale
at all dealers on the 2Sth of each month
Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J.
To get best results, use only Victor Needles on Victor Records.
prize winner of prize winners at the
A Chicken Banquet.
After the fair is over and the prizes,
cups and auards have been made the
Poultry association is planning- to cele
brate the success of its .second annual
show by ghing a banquet to all of Its
members and the visiting fanciers, at
"uhich the piece de resistance will be
chicken and more chicken. Not any of
the common or garden variety of chick
en for the fanciers at their annual ban
quet. Nothing- short of blooded, stock
will be served at this banquet and may
be a prize winner or two will be offer
ed up as a sacrifice to the shrine of
old Epicurus, god of good things to eat,
who Is supposed to have mventer
The BuKfnesn Session.
The business session of the associ
ation meeting included the passage of
a number of motions appointing com
mittees to prepare for the show this
fall and to complete the necessary ar
rangements for making It a success. J.
if. Morrison, one of the most active
members of the association, made the
report of the special prize committee
and received a vote of thanks for his
committee when he announced that a to
tal of 11 silver cups and a good sized
bank account In cash prizes had been
donated. Miss Ruth TVilliams ,also
gave a brief talk on the importance of
the members belonging to the speeinlty
club and its good value in increasing
interest in the association. C. C. Han
ley, editor of the Business Farmer, an
agricultural publication, which is Is
sued In El Paso, was also present and
made a brief speech, after which he
was elected an honorary member of the
association. Nine new members were
taken into the membership of the asso
ciation after it had been shown that
the $1 in legal tender had been paid
to the treasurer. These new members
are: J. TV. Curd, F. J. McKamy, N S.
Corbln, J. O. Crowson, H. C. Marks, G.
T. Moore, F. A. Grace, D. G. Heineman
and F. G. Powrie.
The officers of the Poultrv associ
ation are: R. B. He-man, president; J.
G. Kenan, vice president: .T. A. Gumm, J
vice president; L.. E. Gillett, secretary
and treasurer; Lee O. Paddock, assist
ant secretarv and treasurer; J. M.
Morrison, superintendent of exhibits;
EL J. Sherwood, J. M. Morrison, profes
sor E. Stearns, "W. L. Odell, Leonard
List of Prizes Donated.
Following is the list of prizes:
"VT. D. "Wise & Co., poultry supplies,
Bryan Bros., hat, value $5.
R. A. Moore, hat, value $5.
Harry Swain, one dozen Everwear sox,
Highland Grocery company, poultry
food, value, 2.50.
Elite Confectionery company, five
pound box of bon-bons or chocolates.
East El Paso Fuel company, cash
Guarantee Trust and Banking com
pany, cash $10.
First Natlonal bank, cash 10.
City National bank, silver cup.
State National bank, silver cup.
Rio Grande Valley bank, silver cup.
Morning Times, silver cup.
A. H. Richards, silver cup.
TV. T- Hixon, silver cup.
El Paso Jewerly company, silver cup.
Snyder Jewelry company, silver cup.
O. G. Seeton, silver cup.
Frank Powers, silver cup.
BURG-ES STIRS UP
A HORNET'S NEST
El Paso Man Starts the Law
yers Talking Over His
TV. H. Burges has stirred up the law
yers of Texas, according to the Dallas
News. In.his address to the Texas Bar
association as its president, at San An
gelo, Tuesday, he assailed some of the
laws of the ,Texas legislature and the
method of "making laws" by party
conventions. Says the Dallas News, in
a dispatch from San Angelo:
Figuratively speaking, Hon. "William
H. Burges of El Paso, retiring president
of the State Bar association, hurled a
bomb among the members of that body
at their opening session and effectually
shattered the calm which had thereto
fore prevailed among them.
President Burges criticized the leg
islature for the steadily increasing num
ber of its enactments. He compared the
number of laws passed by each legisla
ture since 1S91 with the annual value
of corn, cotton and other crops of
Texas. The cotton crop, he said, had in
creased 83 per cent, but the biennial
cro pof Texas laws shtfws an Increase
of 278 per cent.
The president expressed the opinion
that many of the laws were passed
without due deliberation and Investiga
tion, and therefore many of them were
valueless. He said that others should
never have been passed at all, and cited
specific instances. The state had es
caped freak legislation, he said, but had
not escaped legislation that Is worse.
Among those that he placed in the cate
gory of the latter is the blacklisting
Demands for Specific Ie;rflntIon.
Taking up another phase, president
Burges deplored the growing tendency
of political conventions to incorporate
In their platforms demands for specific
legislation. In his opinion this was all
wrong; laws should be framed with
care and deliberation by men well qual
ified for the task, not b3- Inexperienced
and poorlj' informed persons assembled
"during the heated days of August" for
a brief political sessibn.
The legislature, he declared, had seen
the growing evil and had sought to
check it by adopting the amendment to
the Terrell electon law known as Sec.
120, which provides that no fiemand for
specific legislation shall be incorpor
ated in a party platform until it has
been first submitted to a party primary
and has received a majority of all the
votes cast therein.
"And yet," he exclaimed, "the very
Our window displays of
Round-Up values are
Don 't fail to see them!
turday to be One
"We fully expect to see the majority of the men in El Paso at the Round-Up Sale tomorrow. This stock-reducing'
sale is a most unusual opportunity ior men wo care to economize ana at tne same time want siuts ana rurnisn
ings of reliable worth. All prices previously advertised are still in force some of the most remarkable-values
are as follows:
$2.00 Satin Calf Shoes ;
$2.50 Satin Calf and Yici Shoes,
also a line of Welt Shoes; Summer
rd- - S1.85
$3.00 and $3.50 Welt ShoesJ in calf
and yici; Summer
$3.50 and $4.00 Hand Sewed Shoes,
all leathers; Summer dJO Or
$4.50 and $5.00 Bench Made Shoes,
all leathers, latest styles dJO Ofi
Summer Eound-Up. . . . ?00J
$5.50 and $6.00 Bench Made
Shoes; Summer QA 1 S
$) J. 3o
All 65c Underwear; Summer
$1.25 Silk Finished Underwear, in
all colors; Summer Bound-Up, a
"B. V. D." Silk Finished Under
wear, the $1.25 quality; Summer
Eound-U garment 79c.
"B. Y. D'." Silk Finished Under
wear, the $1.50 quality; Summer
Eound-Up, garment $1.10.
$1.50 Linen Mesh Underwear;
Summer Eound-Up, garment 90c.
75c Union Suits; Summer Eound
Schloss Bros. Clothing
$35.00 Suits $21.90
Schloss Bros. "Baltimore" clothing is so well
known that we scarcely need dwell on its merits.
We offer selections in the finest cashmeres and
worsteds in light and dark shades, also blue and
tblack serges, in regular sizes, stouts and slims, in
suits that sell regularly at ?27.50, $30.00 and up
to $35.00; Summer " $0 1 AA
Hound-Up , pdtLUJ
$22.50 Suits $15.90
This lot of Schloss Bros. Suits is, by far, the
largest we have ever offered at a. reduced price.
Every pattern and style of the present season is
included. Selecting one of these suits will be
the easiest and most satisfactory way to settle
the summer suit problem. Regular prices range
up to $22.50; Summer
Regular $1.50 Trousers; Summer
Regular $2.00 Trousers; Summer
Regular $2.50 Trousers; Summer d 1 CVt
Regular ?d.00 Irousers; Summer
Regular 3.50 Trousers; Summer
Regular $4.00 Trousers; Summer
Regular $4.50 Trousers; Summer
Regular $5.00 Trousers; Summer"
Regular $6.00 Trousers; Summer
Round-Up ........ ..... ...
" Ar..l, .1 frrr lil
$1.25 Shirts "Silver,'
brands ; Summer
$1.50 to $2.00 Shirts "Gold," "Cluet" and other
good brands ; Summer
$1.25 Pongee Shirt; Summer
$1.50 and $1.75 Pongee Shirts; Sum
50c Work Shirts; Summer
65c Work Shirts; Summer
All Underwear worth 50c a gar
ment; Summer Eound-Up 35c per
garment, 3 for $1.00. This in
cludes "Porosknit," "B. Y. D."
Balhriggan and Bleached Lisle
Underwear also the elastic
All Schloss Bros. Sujts iworth $25.00; (? - f JC
Summer Round-Up tpJLO.O
Other good makes of suits light and dark worsteds
and cashmere?, also blue and black serges that
should sell at $20.00 and $22.50; (f - O C C
Summer Round-Up J)A3.0U
$15.00 and $16.50 Oasbmere Suits; (&Q QA
Summer Round-Up pO U
Suits worth $1S.00 and. $18.50 light and dark
shades; bhies and blacks; Summer ( -fl f QP
Men's Hosiery of all grades is
included in Eound-Up Sale
also all hats, hoth straws and
felts. In short, there is nothing
a man wears that cannot now be
bought at a radical Eound-Up reduction.
IpB All the 2-piece suits that sell regularly (p A J?f
jrfr kw at $10.00 and $12.50; Summer Round-Up $T.OU
if iP Many other special lots of suits at a trifle over HALF r t
M&Y V"- "Odd" Suits, worth regularly $15 to $20, far EZ( ''Hl5 tx
s?'"ft',i $3.00 Matting Suit Cases; d - OjT $7.50 Leather Suit Cases; fyf Qf iTi&wE&?m
&&J'ji S 5fe. Summer Round-Up pIoOU Summer Round-Up pft.OO I -'. 'fji'Ofel
t - d I $5.00 Leather Suit Cases; drt Q $10.00 Leather Suit Oases d - J gts JUrS
I5 f Summer Rmmd-Up tP&d.tU Simimer Round-Up O.i.O irfeZ CmTL
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
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Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Catalogs and Price Lists Furnished on Application
Made by Kelly . Pollard to Every I'er
xou Afflicted With Dandruff.
Kelly S- Pollard desire to announce to
the readers of The Herald that they se
sured the agency for Parisian Sage, the
marvelous dandruff cure and delight
ful hair dressing. '
Parisian Sage is the prescription of
an eminent hair specialist and derma
tologist, one of the gest known in the
world. Kelly & Pollard are glad to'
state that Parisian Sage is a rigidly
guarantee! hair restorer.
It cures dandruff in tw o weeks by
killing the dandruff microbes; it stops
falling hair; it cures all scalp diseases
or money back.
It is a most pleasant hair dressing,
especially for ladies, as it makes the
nair sun. a.nu lusirous. ine price is,
only 50 cents a large bottle at Kelly
& Pollards or by express, all charges'
prepaid, from Giroux Mfg. Co.. Buffalo;'
N. 1. Don t be flim-flammed. Ben are of
any druggist Mho offers jou a substi-5
tute for Parisian Sage. He is unworthy'
of your confidence. The girl with Au
burn hair is on every bottle.
next Democratic convention embodies in
its platform "a demand for specific leg
islation which had Just prior thereto
failed to receive a majority of all the
votes cast." This drew considerable ap
plause. jsOCet All o nc Mind.
Not all of president Burges's hearers
seemed' to be of one mind during the
delivery o- his address, but i hen he
began ip speak all of them speedily sat
uprignt rinK their; chairs, abandoning the
lawyers' custom of sitting on the shoul
ders. Some" of 'them smiled apprecia
tively artd occasionally laughed out
Mfeht. but others grew very solemn ln-
ffiAtkhe rio4m recess some of the solemn
fohes gathgftd in little knots to discuss
frlfat hadeen said, but while several
expressed the opinion that a reply ought
to be made7"no agreement with that end
in view was reached. They assumed
that the .platform demand referred to as
having failed to receive a majority of
all the' vo'tes cast was the submission
This afternoon, during the discussion
of a committee, two or three speakers
took occasion to interpolate in their re
marks what might be termed "side bar"
allusions to the fact that they did not
Undoree what Lad been said. With this,
however, it seems the incident is closed.
Some- of those who do not like the tenor
of the address say that as it is not a
report and therefore been merely filed,
"they do not feel called upon to discuss
It. All agree that the document was
"Work is progressing rapidly on the
new telephone buHdlng which Is being
erected on Texas street, adjoining the
old Southwestern exchange. A large
basement is being built for the use of
the supply department of the Trl-Stata
Telephone and Telegraph company,
which is building the addition to the
local exchange. It will be two stories
and will be the general offices of the
CREDITORS OF A. L
The first meeting of creditors of A.
H.. Michaelson, who was adjudged a
bankrupt, will be held Monday in the
offices of the referee, Charles R. Loom
is. A committee of creditors which was
appointed to appraise the value of
the bankrupt stock, will report at this
fcV '.''.T.-i- X.
Philip j. Hamlin, vice president of
tbr Tri-Slate Telephone and Telegraph
company, js here from his headquarters
The Great Texas Realty company has
sold a two story brick house on "West
Boulevard to Miss Mary Stanton, one
of the instructors in the El Paso high
school. The price of the house and
the lots was $S500.
Tornillo street, between Third and
Fourth streets: consideration $1S50;
dated June 27, 1910.
Tobin, Tex. Frank R. Tobln to Mrs.
P. M. Armijo, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block
33, Tobln, Texas; consideration $300,
dated February 26, 1909.
Van Horn, Tex. John E. Cox to B.
C. Breeding, lots 5 and 6, block 26.
Van Horn, Texas; consideration $200;
dated February 22, 1910.
Van Horn. Texas Ida and C. W.
Goedake to John E. Cox, lots 5 and 6,
block 26, Van Horn, Texas; considera
tion $90; dated January 25, 1910.
San Elizario, Tex. John L. Dyer and
A. H. Goldstein to Robert H. and James j
A. Espey, surveys 125 and 126. on the
Island, out of San Elizario grart. San
Elizario, Tex.; consideration $2403.50;
dated June 6, 1910.
Military Heights addition to El Paso
Lizzie and "VT. O. Milllcan toNCharles
E. Napp, lots 13. 14, 15 and 16, block
3, Military Heights addition to El
Paso; Grand avenue, between Cour
chesne and Martinez streets; consider
ation $400; dated April 10, 1910.
Government Hill addition to El PaaoJ
flnvorniriont "Will rfnriTa -r.tr frt T r
and Julia Mathews, lots 13, 14, la and
16. block 48. Government Hill addi
tion to El Paso; corner La Luz and
Bowie streets; consideration
dated June 8, 1910.
licensed to "Wed.
Diaz and Jxiana Sillas
and Fidel Ra-
.T. R. Fistc of the Great Texas Realty
company has gone to Calirtrnia on a
is somethng we hear or read about
every day of our lives. Burns and
scalds eltreh slight or serious -tre
bound to happen In your family, be pre
pared by having a bottle of Ballard's
I Snow Liniment handy. It relieves the
pain instantly and quickly heals th
burn. Sold by all druggists.
Magoffin addition to El Paso Pedro
and Carlota Plnera to MIneola B. and
Frank A. Chalmers, lots 3 and 4, block
61, Magoffin addition to El Paso,
A Millionaire's Baby
attended by the highest priced baby
specialist could not be cured of stomach
or bowel trouble any quicker or surer
than your baby if you give it McGee's
Baby Elixir. Cures diarrhoea, dysen
tary and all derangements of the stom
ach or bowels.
Price 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold by
BROADWAY and 11th ST.
new yorx crnr
Wkhia easy access of every ooint of in
terest. Half block from Wanamaker's.
Five minutea walk of Shopptns District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine.
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rooms $1.80 per tfay xd w
With privilege of Bath
$1 .50 per day and up
Table d'Hete Breakfast . . 60
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