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Another Saturday Filled
We cannot advise too strongly your taking advantage of our Saturday bargains.
Of course, on other days we off err values of unusual merit but it is on Saturday
we center our efforts and produce bargains that are noteworthy.
These are fur length
Silk Kimonos the
plain, loose styles, as
well as the pretty belt
ed Empire effects.
I They come in Orient
al, Persian and flow
ered patterns, but are
edged with solid-color
ribbon. Our regular
$6.75 Silk Kimonos.
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We have grouped for tomorrow's selling 100 Linen Coat Suits and 75 Linen
Dresses. These comprise all late summer models. Colors are jDink, blue, lavender
and natural. All sizes in both Suits and Dresses. Regular prices up to $7.50.
Saturday Bargain Price is
G. W- Steam, manager of the, Dal
las office of the Colonial Realty com
pany. Is here ion business connected
with the Title and Guaranty company.
Where to buy hay, oats,
grajn, etc., etc. This question
is satisfactorily settled if
you decide to favzr us with
your orders. We cany a
large stock on hand which as
sures prompt delivery. Also
headquarters for fresh field,
garden and flower seeds.
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
$10 Silk Petticoats $4.95
Eive hundred Silk Petti
coats will be placed on sale
tomorrow morning at this
reduction. There are fully
20 different styles to se
lect from, tailored flounce,'
accordion pleated flounce,
etc., etc. These Petticoats
come in all the colors of
the rainbow, in striped and
flowered patterns and the
beautiful changeable ef
fects, as well as the solid
colors. Our regular $10.00
Silk Petticoats. Saturday
Window Display of Silk
Bargain in the
More to advertise our Corset Section'
than-f or any other reason, we offer from
time to time a "One-Day Bargain" in
well known brands of Corsets. Tomor
row we offer you "Royal Worcester,"
"Hedfera," "Bon Ton" and "War
ner's Rust-Proof" Corsets, full range
of models to choose fromr in the regu
lar $3.00 grades, as a Saturday Bar
Bargain of All
Linen Coat Suits and Linen Dresses
HAVE YOU SEErT THE ADVANCE
FALL SUITS WE AEE SHOWING?
ONLY EXCLUSIVE BEADY-TO-WEAR
BOY WANTS TO BE
BURGLAR, -HE SAYS
SaysJHe Doesn't Want to Be
Good His Father Wants
"I do not "want to be a good boy, I
have thought thevmatter over and -want
to ioiiow the Hie of a burglar, which
I have done for the past lour years."
This statement "was made in police
court Friday morning by Elmo Golf, a
ISyearold boy who was arraigned be
fore judge Lea on a charge of burg
larizing his father's store on J3outh
The youth was transferred to the
juvenile court, his father expressing a
Ready -to- Wear
Begins Monday Morning
J.Cahsher Dry Goods Co. GncorgwsW) '
ssai a"j ms i i ussgai
'TTv K I I lil 9 11 I LA1T ffT7.lufJ
Of fAe Better Sort
"We have just received
shipment of all the new
est ideas in Patent
Leather Belts. To in
terest customers in this
shipment, we offer an
Extra Special for to
morrow. 75c PATErTT LEATH
.' ER BELTS 39c
These are wide, narrow
and medium Belts. Come
in black, red, navy blue
and other colors. There
is a large variety of
buckles to choose from.
Values up to 75c. Sat
scehS.that b6Sedtto the reform
Large and delighted audiences seem
to be the rule at the Airdome this
week. The bill, "A Fictitious Nnhi-
t-lman, is giving better satisfaction than
I .ny COmedV VBt- nracnr, ra mi.
bright musical numbers interspersed
and the beautiful novelty, an elecfric
valentine with a real live cupid, elicit
hearty applause. The company is put
ting forth its best efforts and stage
director LeRoy is meriting great credit
for the splendid entertainment offered.
There will be onlj; two more perform
ances of the present play tonight and
"JONES" IS AT THE CRYSTAL.
Tonight is "Edison" night at the Crys
tal theater. All of the three pictures
were made by the "Wizard's" com
pany and all are said to be good. In
one of the two comedies, "Jones;" the
fat comedian who was formerly a bio
graph star, appears to advantage.
The cleanest, steadiest and most in
teresting pictures are now being shown
at the Crystal. Don't miss tonight's bill,
manager "Winch urges.
FEATURE AT THE WIGWAM.
"Christopher Columbus," a feature
film of European make, will be shown
at the Wigwam tonight. There- will
also be a long western drama.
Norway, and tj. s. cross
swords in diplomacy
Washington, D. C, July - 22. The
United States has crossed diplomatic
swords with Norway. The state depart
ment, replying to protests from New
Orleans commercial interests against
the Norwegian recognition of the Blhe
fields, Nicaragua, blockade, today de
clared Bluefields to be an open port
Norway, it was said, was misinformed
of conditions there.
if YouJKesd a HesSioins,
You Should Have the Best
Although there are hundreds of prep
arations advertised, there is only one
that really stands out pre-eminent as a
remedy for diseases of the kidneys,
liver and bladder.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the
highest, for the reason that it has
proved to be just the remedy needed in
thousands upon thousands of even the
most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root makes friends quickly
because its mild and immediate effect
is soon realized. It is a gentle, healing
vegetable compound a physician's pre
scription for a specific disease.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
A Swprn Certificate of Purity Is with
For sale at all drug stores, in bottles
of two sizes fifty-9ents and one-dollar.
sample bottle free by iail
In order to prove what Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder
remedy will do for you. every reader
of he El Paso Daily Herald who has
not already tried it, may receive a
sample bottle by mail absolutely free.'
Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton,
N. Y. Write today.
Declares He Eavored Smel
ter Trust in Preparing
t the Zinc Schedule.
Manhattan, Kas., July 22. Senator I.
B. Bristow, in a speech here-last night,
charged speaker Cannon and the "stand
pat" congressmen with the manipula
tion of the lead schedule of the tariff
bill in support of the "smelter trust."
"A duty not measuring "the difference
In the cost of smelting at home and
abroad, as promised in the Republican
platform, but from $2.50 to $6 higher
than the entire cost of smelting in this
countrj, was Imposed on lead," he de
clared. "This was not done in the interest of
protecting a struggling industry, but
in the interest of a monopoly, controlled
by the Guggenheims, backed by the
great Rockefeller financial interests.
"Because I presume to object to this
sort of a thing, Mr. Cannon calls me
a Democrat, a demagog, a lunatic and a
pickpocket. Instead of indulging in
vituperation, why doesn't he give rea
sons why he insisted upon Ignoring the
plain, specific declarations of the Re
publican national platform? Why did
he stand by the senate in the interests
of the Guggenheims?"
AT BOTTOM OF. SEA
Following Death of Eleven
at Ft. Monroe, "Enemy"
tort Monroe, "Va., July 22. Although
death had silenced one gun, and eleven
men were klHed or fatally injured by
yesterday's acciuen,t at Dv Russey
shore battery, during the firing on an
imaginary hostile fleet which was pass
ing up Hampton Roads to attack Wash
ington, the battle continued until the
enemy was sunk.
The practice, wnich was the most ex
tensive ever attempted, was completed
with flattering success to the coast ar
Officers who witnessed the test, say
the practice demonstrated that a fleet
attempting to pass the fort could not
have lived five minutes In such a fire.
ARE IN A FIGHT
Fate of the Primary Election jlethods
of the State May Be Decided On
Result of Fall Balloting.
Portland, Ore., July 22. The fate of
the so-called "Oregon system" of elect
ing United States senators by a popular
vote, Is nowjn the balance.
The convention of the faction of the
Republican party in this state, self
styled "assembly Republicans," now in
session In this city, has thrown down
the gauntlet to the faction of the par
ty which supports the "Oregon plan"
and has declared without qualification
that both at the primary election in
September, and In the pre-election cam
paign, they will knife every Republican
who Is an anti-assembly man.
The anti-assembly Republicans are
just as bitter and ready to lock horns,
and it is admitted that on the result of
the November election stands or falls
the "Oregon system" in this state.
PROTESTANT CHURCH $
TO FACE VATICAN fr-
Rome, Italy. July 22. The -
Protestant committee recently &
& formed here has decided to ask
the American Protestant de- '
nominations and the archbishop
of Canterbury to join with the
GerVnan and Swiss congrega-
tion' In the project to erect a '
Protestant church facing the -
Vatican, as a protest against
& the papal encyclical on St.
Charles Barrome, which of-
fended German Protestants.
STOP THAT SCRATCHING!
Just as Long as You Have Dandruff
Your Head Will Itch.
It's the little microbes that are gnaw
ing down into the hair roots. It may
take a long time for these persistent
pests to get down to the vital part, but
when they do they will destroy the life
of the Uair In a very short time.
"I write in short that my head was al-
m o s t running
me crazy, and I
saw your ad In
I bought a
bottle of Paris
ian Sage at once
and tried it, and
in a weekl could
see that my
head was almost
S-ell, and my
air was grow
and I continued
Sage, and now
m y hair I s
everybody admires it. My scalps al
ways clean." Tour customer, Mrs. S.
Dingle, Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 15, 190D.
Parisian Sage, the most delightful
hair restorer Is guaranteed by Kelly &
Pollard to stop falling hair, to cure
dandruff and all diseases of the scalp,
or money back. It is the most refresh
ing hair dressing in the world. Ladles
use it extensively because it makes the
hair beautiful, soft and luxuriant. 50
cents a bottle atKeily & Pollard's, or
by express, charges prepaid, from GI-
Vith the auburn hair is on every bottle.
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NICE CHANCE FOR
A NEGRO LYNCHING
Ex-Convict Kills Texas Offi
cer; Hundred Men
Belton, Texas, July 22. A young ne
gro, Henry Gentry, shot and killed
constable James Mitchell this morning
near the residence of Mrs. John Lamb,
a widow, after the woman had notified
the officer that the negro was trying
to break into the house at 2 o'clock
A posse is now searching for tho ne
gro, who fled following the shooting,
and a lynching is believed to be certain
if the negro is caught. A hundred citi
zens have joined in the man hunt.
Mrs. Lanlb was awakened by the ne
gro's efforts to gain an entrance to her
house, and telephoned the constable.
When Mitchell arrived the negro had
fled. Mrs. Lamb shot at the negro.
The constable returned to the city
after bloodhounds. As the officer and
two citizens approached the house, the
negro, who had returned with, a shot
gun, shot Mitchell in the back and the
constable dropped from his horse and
died in a few moments. Gentry recent
ly returned from the reformatory.
Before noon officers came to the city
with a negro, who was placed in jail.
The party entered the jail from the rear.
The fact that a negro had been placed
in jail soon gained currency and 1000
people congregated in the vicinity.
The officers declared the negro was
not Gentry, but, another negro, who
was wanted as sf' witness. A committee
of citizens was permitted to examine the
jail in order to satisfy the crowd that
the- negro detained was not Gentry.
Surrounded S3 Posse.
Advices received here at noon today
are to the effect that' Gentry is sur
rounded by a pesse in the river bottoms
three miles from here. One shot was
fired at him when he was seen, and he
darted into a thicket. He still carries
the shotgun with which he killed
It is believed the negro will be taken
shortly and there is little doubt but that
the crowd will deal out summary ven
geance. Saloons here have been closed on the
oufaeUUU Ul 1UO.J UA L1CUU.
MAEVEL TAKES A
RAP AT BRYAN
Judge Gray's Former Man
ager Says Democratic
Party Has ISTo Boss.
Denver, Colo., July 22. Josiah Mar
vel, of "Wilmington, Del., a member of
the finance committee of the last Demo
cratic national committee, who was in
charge of the campaign of judge George
Gray of Delaware for the nomination for
the presidency, believes it is none too
soon to lay plans for the next na
tional campaign, although there Is an
Important congress campaign ahead.
Touching on the influence TV. J.
Brj-an will have, Mr. Marvel said:
"Mr. Bryan will, of course, have great
weight in the councils of his party But
his wishes should be considered as
wishes and not obeyed as commands.
There is no divine right of domination
in the Democratic party. To the ex
tent that his urging principles and can
didates appeal to the majority of our
party, he should be fully sustained ana
approved, but when he goes beyoud this,
the duty of the party .to Itself Is to
proceed promptly to lick him. Mr.
Bryan is not Infallible a!nd his honesty
and earnestness makes his mistakes
the raore dangerous. Those who charge
him with being insincere and time
serving do not know the man as I do.
The leaders of our party who disagree
with Mr. Bryan should argue with him
and not about him."
Mr. Marvel stated that judge GraT
would not again be a candidate. HJs 70
years of age would prevent it if noth
Mr. Marvel stated farther that he be
lieved that the next national conven
tion would be held in Denver. He based
the statement on sentiment expressed
by national committeemen from the
states east of Chicago. He said he had
talked with many of them personally
and that they all expressed a preference
for Denver. So confident is Mr. Marvel
that the convention will come to this
city, that, while he is here on business,
he is looking for a site for a summer
home so he can have his family here
during convention time. ,
:VEW XICARAGUAX CABINET
IS BITTERLY WAMCIUCAX
Managua, Nicaragua, July 22. The
first complete cabinet formed during
the administration- of president Madriz
Is announced. It is notable that the ap
pointments are made from the civil
rather than the military element. With
the exception of Leon Arragon, the sec
retary of public works, the -secretaries
are lawj'ers. Benjamin Zeleden, the
present mayor of Managua, has been
made sub-secretary of the war funds.
The new ministry is likely to be un
friendly to the United States.
The new war minister is bitterly anti
American. $ FOREST FIRES IX
J. WISCONSIN STILL RAGE. 4.
A Wausau, Wis., July 22. Fires J
at Galloway, which yesterday 4
caused damage estimated at half
$ a million In that vicinity, are re-
ported today to be fairly under 4
v control. 4.
fr The flames are still extend-
4- ing for five miles east of Eldron 4
to Pike Lake village and large 5-
i- crews of men are fightino- the 4
3 fires. a
3- 4 4"f"'4"i'4'v"$"l
Is not so much to the point that he is not
capable of conducting his office as that
HE DOES NOT CONDUCT IT AT ALL
Isn't That Charge Enough ?
Tf nur a quit
No Time Like the Present - - - No Place Like HERE
Our reductions on Tailored Suits are indeed radical,
when you consider the High Class Suits we carry.
Not a Suit in stock has escaped price cutting. If you
will only come in for a few minutes and examine our
lines of Summer Suits, we shall need to make no
further argument. All Summer Suits (Adler-Ro-chester
and other famous brands) JTOW AT JUST
10 ABOVE ACTUAICOST.
ONE EXTRA SPECIAL-
English CfSrenetted Morehair
$18.00 and $20.00 values, now
ALL SUMMER FURNISHINGS AT REDUCED PRICES
Take Note of These:
"B. V. D." Underwear, sold regu
larly at 50c; QC
Isovr at ! 03C
Our price now is .......
Genuine Scrivens Drawers; regu
lar price 75c. & f
UNION CLOTHING CO.
"Best By Test3'
Prime Rib Roast, per lb. only 12 l-2c
Round Steak, per lb 12 l-2c
Chuck Roast and Steak, per lb., only 10c
Pork Sausage, Saturday, per lb -. . 10c
Corn Beef. per lb., Saturday onlyl 10c
Fresh Dressed Hens, lb ". 20c
(Successor to Ststter & Schneider)
WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.
PHONE BELL 1 PHONE AUTO 1014
BBEE3S-3E.L', , Wf .aWT,.THLVPSBgg
S. P. BREAKS AVXTII
A JAPANESE UXE
Relation Several With Oriental Stenm-
xlilp Company I,oiett Deellnes to
DiscuMH the Seiernnee.
New York, X. Y., July 22. TVall streef
heard today that relations between the
Southern Pacific railroad company and
the Toyo Kison Kaisha. the Japanese
corporation which operates the biggest
line of steamer? between San Fran
cisco and Yoyohama, had been severad.
The manager of the Yokohama "Specie
bank in this citj- said:
-I believe the report H substantially
correct. I have no official confirmation
of it yet but many circumstances lead
us to believe ifIs true. I believe the
Toyo Kisen Kaisha -will establish rela
tions with one of the Gould lines."
President Lovett of the Harriman
lines, said: t
"I must decline to discuss the mat
Suits, Actual & 1 1 7 C
at $ 1 1 . I J
All 50c Ties, now 35c
each, and 3 for. .-
Silk Lisle Hose, worth 35 per
Now 3 pair -for
Negligee Shirts, $15 values
now on sale Q Cf
111 El Paso St.
Is worth following. Our
advice to you is to pa
tronize this market. The
delicacies of 'the table in
the meat line arevall to
be found here in the
pink of perfection. It
is so hard to get meats
that are .-just right, that
you will appreciate this
j TAL.LKST BUILDING IA"
THE SOUTH FOR WACO
Waco. Texas. July '12. Announce
ment ?as made this morning that a
contract for the 21 story, steel frame
office building of the Amicaole Life Ia
turance company here has been award
ed to the Westlake Construction com
pany in St. Louis and the work on this
-which will be nio zallest ouilding hi
the south, will begin next week. The
structure wlH be fireproof and modern
in every particular. It will stand at
Fifth and Austin streets.
RAILROAD RATES SUSPENDED.
Wshington. D. C, July 22. It was
announced today after a conference of
j chairman Knapp, of thei Interstate com
merce committee of traffic officials of
western trunk lines that the advanced
rates filed by the roads would be volun
tarily suspended until November first