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L PASO HERAL
PROTEST AT THE
A fresli carload just received. These Peaches are
extra fancy, packed in bushel baskets. In buying
this way vou get full weight and measure, and
we guarantee them to be the best Peaches on this
market. They are far superior to any peaches
packed in crates.
Bushel Baskets, each $1.1 a
Small Baskets, each .i 15c
A Few El Pasoans Dissatis
fied with Policy of
Austin. Texas. Julv 22. Telesrrams
J protesting at the amendment of the El
Paso city charter have been received
here by the governor and the speaker
of the house, signed by TV. H. Austin,
E. B. Welch, A. Schwartz, N. TV. Aims,
E. TV. Pew, John A. Happer, Burt Orn
dorff, TV. C. White, Lamar Davis, Hugh
A. McLean, W. T. Hixson, Aug. A. An
dreas, B. P. Michelson, S. J. Freuden
thal, A. P. Coles, J. Calisher, J. L. Marr,
Harris Krupp, T. H. Springer Estate,
Strauss, El Paso Times. .
We handle genuine Yalley Cantaloupes, sweet and
delicious in flavor. Sold according to size.
4 for 25c 3 for 25c 2 for 25c
- FRESH VALLEY PEARS. v.
FRESH SWEET POTATOES.
FRESH GRAPES AND PLUMS.
FRESH VEGETABLES, ALL KINDS.
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Phone 151. 210-212 Tesas St Autoll5L
El Paso School
Upper Intermediate, full high school, and &
vanced elective courses. Theory, practice
and appreciation of music under the bef
Instructor. Resident director of physical
training: and outdoor sports.
MISS SLATER MISS TAFEL, Principal
620 Prospect Ave. 1 Pas, Texas.
The signers, asked for their re'asons
for sending in the protest, had the fol
lowing to sayi
"I do not think we should raise the
mayor's salary." Harris Krupp.
"Personally I am opposed to changing
the time 6t election and also the ap
pointment' of school trustees by the
mayor. A. Schwartz.
"I do not care to give my reasons."
E. TV. Pew.
"I am opposed to the increase in the
mayor's salary." "W. T. Hixson.
"I am opposed to the increase in the
mayor's salary and the appointment of
school trustees." Burt Orndorff, S. J.
Freudenthal, Ben P. Michelson.
"I am opposed to increasing the may
or's salary anli other things." "W. C.
"I am opposed to increasing the may
or's salary, the appointment of school
trustees and taking in outlying addi
tions." Lamar Iavis.
"We are opposed to the whole thing
in general." J. U. Northman, for J.
Calisher Dry Goods company; Roy
Springer, for the T. H. Springer estate.
"We are opposed to having Govern
ment Hill brought into the city limits."
"W. H. Austin and J. L. Marr..
"I do not think outside additions
should be brought in when they object
to it and am opposed to the $6,000 sal
ary for the mayor." Otis Coles, for A.
P. Coles & Bros.
E. B. Welch is out of town, having
gone east Friday night.
J. A. Happer didn't care to give any
reason. It is understood that it is on
account pf-the proposed annexation of
YSLETA MAKES FIRST
SHIPMENT OF PEARS
Valley Fruit for El Paso
Markets Personal and
YsIeta, Texas, July 22. The first car
load of pears will be shipped from
here Saturday. The whole pear crop
of the valley will -go to New Orleans.
A load of fine fruit from the Jensen
ranch was taken to EI Paso Friday.
Dr. Whites' daughter, of Kansas City,
arrived Thursday for an extended visit
with her father.
Mrs. Mary Carger. of Kingsville, Tex.,
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Max
Mrs. Short, Miss Martin and Miss
Blochley are here from the mesa.
"W. H. Glenn and Miss Helen Street
rJTT"Vo rJrtTxrn -fjnrvy T To cr ir? r?lTiorI fit
Ranger D. M. Cox has gone to Pe
cos. Mrs. W. E. Curry entertained a num
ber of Tsleta's little folk at a lawn
party In honor of her little daughter
Helen's second birthday. Miss Ruby
Curry assisted in receiving and enter
taining the little guests.
J.Cabsher Diy Goods Co, (kccrgcafoj) '
Tou Will Greatly Facilitate Shop
ping by Calling for These Specials
J.Cahatmr Pixfcpod Co.
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UR Shopping List for tomorrow, while not so extensive as usual, will be
found to be of more than ordinary interest, because the value is bigger in
every instance. Items not marked f Basement are to be found on Main Floor.
Texas and Pacific train from the east,
due in El Paso at 11:40 a. m., is sched
uled to arrive at 5:30 Friday afternoon.
All other afternoon trains are reported
If It's Good to Eat
It's In Our Delicatessen
A delicatessen department loaded with
the ( nicest things to eat is what you'll
see if you step Into
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Why No! Use the Phone?
k Telephone Directory of
Who tyiake Prompt Responsas
eUsi m si ffl Bel1
F5SS? U, i iJ J 1034
608 & 62S
A. E. RYAN & CO.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966 -
We store goods. - Opp. Postofflce, across Plaza
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
BURT0N-LIKG0 C0.7FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
T?AsiflPtice Awnlnes. Curtains, Etc. "Everything That's Canvas."
AU Work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. Auto 1882
406$. EI Paso Sit
EI Paso Sheet Metal Works
Bell 548 321 Texas Street Spouting Auto 1148
"Let us give you an estimate.' Roofing
Awning Shades and Curtains
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Paso St.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. -'
202 Texas St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
!S?&r EL PASO BRICK CO.dtlS
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
TV. Russell, car foreman of the G.
H., nsent to Deming, N. M., Friday morn
ing- on train No. 9, to meet a relative
IV. E. Thurber. inspector of the Pull
man for the southwest and Mexico, ar
rived Friday morning on the Mexican
National train from, the south.
Bill O'Shay, passenger conductor of
the Mexican National railways on the
Chihuahua-Torreon run, left for Chi
huahua Thursday afternoon, after a va
cation spent in the states.
E. B. Smith, jr., clerk in the G. H.
building- and bridges department, left
Thursday for Fort "Worth and Galveston
to spend his Tacatlon. He is the son of
E. B. Smith, terminal superintendent of
the Texas and Pacific
G. TV. Clary, secretary to G. S. Wald,
superintendent of the El Paso division
of the G. H., left Friday morning for
California on a vacation trip.
Thormrell Fay, first vice president
and general manager of the G. H., and
TV. G. Van Vleck, second vice president
and manager, Trill arrive In the city
Sunday morning on a trip of Inspection.
The G. H. motor car will be used by
the officials in inspecting the El Paso
division. Assistant superintendent L. M.
Hoover gave the car a trial run to
Ysleta Friday morning to assure him
self that the car -was in condition for
the inspection trip.
E. H. Target, chief clerk In the office
f the superintendent of the El Paso
division of the G. E., -will return Sat
urday night from a vacation spent at
Dr. TV. R. i Weeks, 711 Texas street.
Drowned In Texas Bay.
Corpujs Chrlstli Tex., July 22. M.
Smith and wife, of Hutchinson, Kans.,
were drowned when their skiff cap
sized In Corpus Christ! bay. Oscar Law
son, a sailor, narrowly escaped death
"While attempting to save Mrs. Smith.
Have Valley Cantaloupes.
TVhen we tell you we have valley can
taloupes fresh picked each morning we
have th,em. TVe never substitute.
Jack.son's Sanitary Grocery,
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Knight Templar Chief Dies.
1 Providence, R. I., July 22. Rev. Dr.
Henry TV. Rugg, grand master of the
grand encampment of Knights Templar
of the -United States and grand master
of Masons, of Rhode Island, died at his
home here late j'esterday of a compli
cation of diseases. He was born in
Framlngham, Mass., September 3, 1833.
It's Good Batter
TVe like to send Sedgwick creamery
butter to our customers these hot days,
for we know It's just as sweet in July
as December; never gets -strong.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
C. I Billlnsrion, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9. painting, paper haraing. decorating
IThe famous "Ozark" make Blue
with red and blue trimming.
Values to 59c ; Saturday Special 30.
35c HOSE 29c
2 Women's fine black Gauze Lisle
Hose, very elastic and of extra
good wearing qualities. These are
our regular 35c hose; Saturday Spe
cial, pair, 29c
10c NURSING BOTTLES 4c
Graduated Xairsing Bottles, the
10c kind; Saturday Special 4c
Slightly soiled. Made of fine
lawns and dimities: trimmed
with laee, embroidery, pin tucks and
hemstitching. Values to $1.00; Sat
urday Special 19c.
50c SECO SILK 22c
Plain and fancy colored 'Seco"
Silk, in a, big varietv of pretty
shades for evening wear. Regular
price 50c a vard; Saturday Special
35c TOWELS 19c
Hemaned and hemstitched Huck
Towels, medium and large sizesj
excellent wearing towels, sell regular
lv 25c and 35c each; Saturdav Special
Sizes up to S years. Made of
chaimbray, in pink-and-fwhite and
blue-and-wihite stripes, also in solid
shades of blue, pink and tan. Values
to 75c; Saturday Special 49c
$1.50 WAISTS 98c
Women's Black Lawn. Waists,
made with embroidered and tuck
ed front; long sleeves finished with
Val. lace. Values to ?1.50; Saturday
Xew fall styles and colorings in
checks, stripes, plaids and solid
colors. Regular price 12 l-2c a yard;
Saturday Special 10c
Hemstitched and plain. Colors
are old rose, light blue, green,
pink and cardinal. Have Directoire
and Mission handles. Values to $1.50;
Saturday Special 69c
s IT"8 t
1 KxtfTl I
I HOSIERY I
3 Men's Half Hose in black and j
9 tan, Women's Hose in light blue
tan, Women's Hose in light blue
and pink, Misses' and Children's
Hose, all sizes, in white, black,
pink, light blue and tan. These
are full fashioned hose, with
double heels and toes, values to
19c a pair. Saturday Extra
35c AND 50c HOSE 20c
Women's plain Mercerized Hosp
m black and light colors, also
fancy embroidered and white lace
hose. This lot of hose is made up cf
wihat was left from several sample
lots of hose. Worth 35c and 50c a
pair; Saturday Special 20c.
75c GLOVES 23c)
16-button length Silk Lisle
Gloves, in black, white and
gray, all sizes. Values to 75c a pair;
Saturday Special 23c
Made of nice quality of muslin,
some tucked, some finished
with hemstitched ruffle. All sizes.
Values to 19c a pair; Saturday Spe
cial 2 pair for 25c
i HtXlPcll I
I "Calisher's Hote Special" Fine I
Toilet Soap used by the best I
g hotels and on Pullman cars.
jR SeHs regularly 3c a cake; Extra 5
E Special Saturdav night from 7
I to 9, 12 CAKES FOR I
1 19c 1
(Limit 12 cakes to a customer.) I
I (4On sale in the Basement.) m
Double width, iwith white
ground and neat colored stripes
or figures. Suitable for men's shirts,
also women's waists. Worth 15c a
yard; Saturday Special 10c
Rrker.'s Violet Cerate, the 50c
jars; Saturday Special 36c
"Sanitol" ToHet Powder, a 25c
value; Saturday Special 15c.
Yard wide, soft finished, worth
10c a yard; Saturday Special
12 yards for 98c
$1.25 SPREADS 89c
1Q White Crocheted Spreads, hein
O med and ready to use, genuine
woven designs. These are regular
$1.25 spreads; Saturday, Special 89c
$2.00 PARASOLS 98c
i Parasols for these hot summer
days. Come in white and all
the pretty light colors. Regular
prices ?2.00 and $2.50 j Saturdav Spe
cial 98c. '
2f The large 25e jars of Peroxide
v Cream; Saturday Special 15c
Comes 10 yards in a bolt, regu
lar price fl.25 per bolt; Sat
urday Special 89c
WHITE INDIA LINON
Full Tvidth and excellent 10c
quality; Saturday Special,
20 Made oia serviceable quality
3 of gingham, and good size.
Values to 35c; Saturday Special 19c.
NEW WASH SUITINGS
2 A In gray and natural grounds,
t with fancy colored stripes,
polka dots or figures. Also come in
invisible striped effects; Saturday
Special, yard, 10c
A 3IIIliouaIre'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
Special Sale on Our
lenvec Selects Engineer.
Denver, CoFo., July 22. The Denver
public utilities commission chosen at
the election In May, has named Hiram
Phillips, of St. Louis, consulting en
gineer. Mr. Phillips was formerly
president of the board of public Im
provements of St. Louis and for seven
years was connected with the United
States reclamation service.
Having- Trouble "With Errh?
It's not necessary if you'll order Sun
flower eggs, you'll have good eggs.
Jnekson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Cnicron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shce store.
Accused of Blgraroy. f
, Denver, Colo., July 22. On complaint
sworn to by special officer J. S. Phil
lips, of the juvenile court. Albert I.
Ives, well known mining man who owns
large mining interests In Ely, Nev.. has
been placed under arrest on the charge
of bigamy. Ives is charged with mar
rying 16yearold Hazel Barter, while
he had a wife and llyearold daughter
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
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
sole agent for THK EASY RUiNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
HI QTfT W APT CASH 0R credit
. L. 3 1 1- f f MI 1 Bell 632, Auto 2105. 310 Stanton St
"Mnil OrrJprc (Jittpt? Prnmnf a-nfi Snorial ifn)-;n
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
TWO CAR.S OF HORSES FOR. SALE "
Bel! INTERNATIONAL STABLES rAuio
618 v 215 S. Kansas St. g
We Sell Only Chase & Sanborn's
Hight Grade Coffee
Every grocer in America will tell vou
he has good coffee.
Every grocer in El Paso will tell you
.this; but no merchant will look you
straight In the eye and say his coffee Is
better than Chase & Sanborn's "Sea.1
He may muster up courage and say
his coffee is "just as good" but he stops
Tou cannot buy Chase &. Sanborn's
high grade coffee in any other store in
"We are sole agents.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
died In the Copper Queen hospital from answer to the message stating the
blood poisoning. A few moments be- J terms under which he would plav with
fore her death her sister arrived from the Phillies and if he gets a favorable
Manager Horvitz, of the Miner's store,
has gone to Chicago and New Tork to
A new confectionery and delicatessen
store has been opened by "William "Wolf
in the place formerly occupied by the
The school board has selected eight
new teachers for the Bisbee public
J. J. Bowen has goneto Tombstone
to attend a meeting of tKe board of su
pervisors. Li. Rantol has gone to Eos Angeles,
Cal., to be married to-Miss Helen Pratt.
Fred Mace has gone to Douglas .to locate.
reply he will resign as manager of the
El Paso club and leave for Philadel
phia at once. It is understood that
the offer came through Eeo Kahn, of
the Shreveport club, who is In close
touch with F. Harbuck, former man-:
ager of the El Paso team. '
RUX.VWAY EXPRESS WAGOJT.
An express wagon driven by a Mexi
can ran Into a coach owned by the Pom
eroy Transfer company and driven by
T. J. Bunch at 10 o'clock Friday morn
ing. The horse attached to the express
wagon took fright and ran down Mesa
avenue, striking the other vehicle at
the corner of San Antonio street.
Ardoin's market has established an
Try a pound of El Paso's Bon Ton enviable reDutation of handling th
butter, "Ardoin's Sunny Side Special" I choicest and freshest of fruits and vege
fills the bill. tables.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
onjsale this Week for
jT " ' i
Free Cake OCfcr.
In order to make our "Silver" cake
better known we will give a 50c size
free for 60 labels taken from our But
ternut, Snowflake or Home Mace bread.
This offer expires August 31. Bj' tak
ing advantage of this offer, you not only
get the best bread, but also the best
white cake free.
Note All grocers sell our bread, bnt
the labels can only be redeemed at
either of our stores.
Purity Baking Company.
"Watermelons on ice.-ket.
Worth up to $27.50.
See Our Window.
Meet in Benson at County Convention
Aupnist 20; Democratic Committee
ai-eetsj Woman Dies; Per
Bisbee, Ariz., July 22. At the Repub
lican meeting in justice Highs court. 34
delegates were chosen to represent Bis
bee at the county convention, which will
be held in Benson, August 20.
A meeting of the Democratic, central
committee was held in Xeale & Sutter's
office. Finance committees were appoint
ed and organization plans discussed.
James Keverne, a miner of the Copper
Queen, died after a long illness.
Miss Mary Minor, of Lancaster, N. .H.,
is somethng we hear or read about
every day of our lives. Burns and
scalds eitreh slight or serious ire
bound to happen In your family, be pre
pared by having a bottlf of Ballard's
Snow Liniment handy. It relieves the
pain instantly and quickly heal3 the
burn. Sold by all druggists.
Attorneys Present Views in
District Court Friday
Attorneys representing sheriff Flor
ence J. Hall, who applied to the 34 th
district court for a writ of mandamus.
and attorneys for the defense, Peyton J.
Edwards and others, argued the ques
tion before judge James B. Harper, of
that court, Friday afternoon.
Hall, the anti-ring candidate for sher- ,
iff, asked that the judges for the pri- j
inary election De caused to appoint su
pervisors to look after the Interests of
each of the contending parties in the
It is contended by the applicants, who
are rj-presented by judge J. M. Goggin
an others, that the judges selected had
declined to swear in the supervisors.
However, the defense, represented by
W. H. Barges and T. A. Falvey, contend
that the judges had no authority until
after they were sworn in, and before a
mandamus could issue, they must have
some authority. The judges will not be
sworn in until the morning of election.
Manager Jackson, of the baseball
club, has been offered a position on the
Philadelphia Nationals to pOay first
base for thatf club during the remain
der of the season. Jack has wired an
ml About Bargainsk
Sf f The biggest ones you can tB
BI find tomorrow are at our lB
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CHEAPER THAN WHITE LEAD AND OIL
Tuttle's Imperial is a high-grade paint and at
$1.80 per gallon is much cheaper than paint can be
made from Lead and Oil. '
le Paint Glass Co.
Begins Monday Morning
J.Calisbor Dry Goods Co. (WrcseS '
m 4 1 g& ; ft&eS;
See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or SportinGoods Line.
SHELTON-PAYNE ASMS CO.