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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, July 26, 1910.
T" T M
Uur Delicatessen oepan
Fresh Goods Every Day
Weinerwurst, per pound 25c
Knackwurst, per pound 25c
frankfurters, per pound . . - 25c
Ring Bologna, per pound . . . '. 25c
Salami Sausage, per pound 40c
Cerrelot Sausage, per pound. 40c
Corned Beef, per pound . . 50c
Cooked Smoked Brisket, per pound 50c
Smoked Tongue, whole, per pound. . .". . 30c
Bologna Sausage, 'per pound . . .' . 25c
Bloaters, each 10e, 3 for 25c
Boneless Codfish, 3 pounds for, v 50c
Sordellorm, 1 pound. . . . 80c
i Holland Herring, 6 for 25c
Anchovies in kegs, each 35c
Bismark Herring, per. can ' 50c
Msh .Flakes, per can 15c and. . .;.".'. 25c
Ferndell Shad Eoe, per can ' 25c
lobster in Glass Jars 50c
Fresh Smoked Bloaters,' 10c, 3 for. '. 25c
DEMOCRATS HI NEVER
P LATF 0 R M PLEDGES SAYS REPUBLICAN
In Taking Chairmanship of
Nebraska Convention, the
State Leader Makes Hot
Home Cooked Meats, All Kinds.
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stances of the Republican party re
deeming Its platform pledges, the speak
er giving the credit to president Taft
for the success of the measures
Tariff Law Imperfect.
Of the new tariff laws he said: "No
one has ever pretended that that act
was perfect. Its warmest friends have
always admitted its imperfections. But
notwithstanding its imperfections with
the information congress had then, It
was a better law than the one It super
seded and is entitled -to the commenda
tion and support of the American people
as a step,, toward the relief of the pi.
He from theIuties f the'Oingley law,
which the country had outgrown."
"I am glad to say," he continued,
"the entire Nebraska delegation in
congress, those splendid fighting, cour
ageous and progressive Republicans in
the house Kinkaid, Norris and Hin
shaw and your two senators voted for
the law. They did it because it Is a bet
ter law than the one it replaced. They
dld it because it contained the provision
which taxed the incomes of the corpora
tions what one has brought into the
federal treasury In the first year of its
operation more than $23,000,000. They
did it because it contained a redemp
tion of the platform pledge to estab-
j lish a maximum and minimum tariff, a
dual system employed by every larm
country, of any lportance in the world.
They did it because it reduced the duty
onmany necessities of life and because
the principal increases of the law touch
ed luxuries of life."
The senator told of the amendment
of the law passed under the Roose
velt regime and perfected under the
direction and urging of president Taft,
increasing the powers of the interstate
commerce commission relative to rates.
He closed with a warm tribute to the
ALMOST ft- FOLL '
Some Boxes Still Missing.
Submission Badly De
feated in Countv.
Mrs. Roosevelt Almost Fails
To G et Into Husband's Office
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St
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tv wmrm rj mm a h a mtfe va
TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
EL PASO TETOTK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Anto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 19G6 -
Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
We store goods.
608 & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
BURTON-LIHGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050 j
E.P.& S. W. AWNING CO. 406S.E!PasoSt.
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc "Everything That's Canvas."
All Work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. Auto 1282
EI Paso Sheet IVIetai Works
Cornices Bell 548 321 Texas Street Spouting Aato 1148
Skylights "Let us give you an estimate." Roofing
Awtiiifg Shades and Curtain:
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.
Bell 20 -
202 Texas St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.'
SKST EL PASO BSCK CO. ,&
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
HACK and BAGGrG
Will he up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
( With returns in from all Dreeincts ex
cept Kent, Sayles' Ranch, and The
Figure Two ranch, and those from Vin
ton, which may not be counted, al
though 25 votes were cast there, the
result of aSturday's primaries is .shown
as follows: ; j
For district attorney. Nealon, 2056;
Howe, 1132; majority for Nealon, 924
For sheriff, Edwards, 1743; Hall 15S5;
majority for Edwards, 158.
For constable, Montoya, 1288; Mitchell,
1064; Ortiz, 127; plurality for Montoya,
For district clerk, Alderete, 2319; for
Tally, 930; majority for Alderete, 13S9.
For justice of the peace, Stacy, 1033;
"Watson, 596; majority for Stacy. 437.
State officers For governor, Poin
dexter, 161; Davidson, 355; Johnson, 399;
Jones, 45; Colquitt, 1659; plurality for
CdTquitt over Johnson, 1260.
For lieutenant governor, Davidson,
1233; Hawkins, 360; Thomas, 366; pltf"
rahty for Davidson over Thomas, 867.
For commissioner of land office, Rob
inson. 1443; Geers, 299; Hill, 323; plu
rality for Robinson over hill, 1120.
For railroad commissioner Blake, 281;
Dashiell, 163; Mayfield, 982; Thomas,
620; plurality for Mayfield over Thom
For corptroller, Barker, 620; Burkes,
158; Dane, 740; Teague, 140; "Waller,
141; plurality for Baker over Lane, 250.
For judge of court of criminal ap
peals. Harper, 1615; McCord, 238; Tur
ner, 415; plurality for Harper over
For submission. 640; against submis
sion,S2,001; majority against submission,
"When you think of milk, think of the
El Paso Dairy.
DO SOME PROBING
Xew York, July 2tt. It develops that "Mr. Theodore Roosevelt, who ac
companied by her rod, Quentln, recently to the Xevr York office of her hus
band, Col. Roosevelt, Tra asked by the former president's stenographer if she
had an appointment with the colonel, anil the- nature- of her business.
The yoans vtoinan was very much embarrassed when she learned that the
caller wns airs. Roosevelt. They irere quickly admitted to the contributing: ed
itor's office after an attempted explanation.
New Insurance Bill Intro-
Austin, Tex., July 26. The third day
of the called session of the legislature
today showed considerable ginger, a
lively "discussion occurring following the
introduction of a resolution calling for
a blanket Investigation of charges that
the legislators -were implicated in al
leged corrupt dealing in the Demo
cratic campaign just closed.
Caves and Canales introduced the
resolution. It provides for a committee
of three senators and four representa
tives. Crawford, of Dallas, proposed an
amendment -widening the scope of the
Investigation to cover all charges made
against members, a debate followed.
The resolution went over until tomor
row. Adams, of Bexar, rising to a question
of personal privilege, branded as lies
the charges that he played poker in the
Driskill hotel here last year.
GovernorCampbell sent to the senate
today the name of "William E. Ha-wkins
as commissioner of insurance and bank
ing for "whatever action may be deem
Xew Insurance Lavr.
Senators Hudspeth, Willacy, Brach
field and Murray introduced a bill to re
peal the insurance laws, the new laws
requiring rates to be kept on file for
public inspection, givina the board the
powers of the railroad commission to
reduce rates, the companies to employ
the clerical force .necessary. Companies
are to be disbarred if they don't comply
with the ruling of the board.
To Prevent Fight Pictures.
A bill was introduced 6o prevent pic
tures of any pugilistic contest.
A letter was read by Garwood, of
Houston, in the interest of securing an
exposition at New Orleans.
Senate to Try Hawkins.
The governor's communication to the
senate mentioned his asking the resig
nation of Hawkins and Hawkins's re
fusal. "When Ha-wkins today learned
of the governor's action, he also sent a
communication to the senate requesting
a hearing. This was granted. Jjpe sen
ate will go into committee of the whole
at 3 oclock this afternoon to hear Haw
kins's statement. On motion of Huds
peth, the senate will go into executive
session at 11 oclock tomorrow mornincr
to consider Hawkins's case. "
Now On Sale
TK. Half-Tear 1-2 Price Sale is the biff
event here this week. Is ot a single gar
ment is reserved. The opening day, yes
terday, proved our prediction that nowhere else
4n El Paso could such values in !Ready-to-Wear
be obtained. In addition to 1-2 price values,
many extra specials are offered one of which
Women's $10.00 Skirts $2.95
Every imaginable kind of material is offered voile, serge, panama,
mohair, etc. Every imaginable color is shown, including cream. Ac
cordion pleated, tunic, cluster pleated, plain gored, in short, every
style in skirts that has been popular this summer. If you number
a stylish light weight wool skirt among the necessities of your
wardrobe, now is the time to buy it. Skirts worth . g
up to $10.00; 1-2 Price Sale Extra jJV MK
S-nfria1 Jrf "e Jiave Just received a special ship--
yLs,L xi UtC menfc of patent- Leather Belts. 'These
come in black and red; quite a variety of buckles. Vajiy 6i v
the belts are self-trimmed? -while others are finished with gilfa-
buttons. We make these belts an Extra Special tomorrow
0(& liP"- rllEac - -Tr5pha
J.CaIisherDrjrGoods Co. GaeorjptW
. G . . P. A POT OF B
Says Taft Has Failed To
Make G-ood and Has Not
Carried Out Any Roose
hers. Let the order, then, go forth
io ciose ranKs ana move forward a.3
one man in support of the holy cause of
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Bell 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and EVIOVEN
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing hy 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
CASH OR CREDIT
Bell 632, Auto 2J05. 310 Stanton St.
? RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
TWO CAR.S OF HORSES FOR. SALE
Bell INTERNATIONAL STABLES Aufo
618 215 S. Kansas Si. 1618
Secret, Brompt and Accurate. Efficient Service, Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
300 S. EI PaMJ St.
Guns, Ammunition, "Wagon CDvers. Builders' Hardware, Tools, all
kinds. Saddles. Harness. Cutlery Tents. Q'.'t, Paint. Etc.
on sale this week for
Worthup. to $27.50.
See Our Window.
Try Herald Want Ads. Use Herald Want Ads. J
Refrigerator Cars Held for
Purpose Dr. Moore To
Exhibit Fowls at Fair.
Tsleta, Tex., July 26. Refrigerator
carsare sidetracked here and are being
loaded with the first picking of Bart
Those who are shipping this week are
"Wni. "Whitney, from the Shepard ranch;
Jensen from Valhalla and C. O. Coffin.
Tom Powers is down at his ranch.
Glory Point, superintending nis third
cutting of alfalfa. While here his little
daughter, while riding her pony, ran
under a tree and. a sharp branch pierced
her just under the yebrow. She was
quite weak from loss of blood, but the
ball was not injured.
Dr. N. T. Moore Tvas down at his
ranch recently and selected the chick
ens to be shown at the El Paso fair
this fall. His birds captured a num
ber of prizes last year.
Capt. John Tt. Hughes and Sergt. H. !
A. Carnes have returned to Amarlllo.
Joe Clements ha,s gone out to the
Smith's Ice cream is served at all
leading soda fountains and ice cream
parlors in town.j "Why?
CIVIL SERVICE HAS SOME
, JOBS YEARXIXG TO EE FILLED.
The civil service examination an
nounces an examination on 'Aust 21 to
secure eligibles to fill one vacancy -ach
in the positions of historian and as
sistant historian, office of indian af
fairs, at salaries of $1500 and $1200
per annum. jThe work will 'be of a
temporary character and will require
a year or more. Applicants must be
10 years of age or over.
The commission also wants applica
tions to. fill 30 vacancies as tariff
clerks at $1200 each, only men boin
eligible. Four farm superintendents,
also men are wanted for work in tne
department of agriculture outside of
the District of Columbia. The salaries
range from $1200 to $1800 per year.
HAS PIT IX JUAREZ.
Mabel Safford, of El Paso, threw a
fit Monday night in the Toltec bar in
Juarez. There was great excitement,
and' Dr. B. Castillo was" called. The
woman was removed to El Paso.
The children thrive best on El Paso
life higher than they ever were be
fore. Taft Fools tke People.
"Mr. Taft has Dosed as the specially
annointed successor of Mr. Roosevelt
and 4my- policies and as a consequence
gained thousands of votes. But here
the people were fooled again. Mr. Taft
signalized his devotion to my policies'
by gradually removing every friend of
Roosevelt and by surrounding himself
with .men whose lives had been de
voted to the defeat and destruction of
the things- which 'my policies' were
supposed to embody.
"I am not a worshiper at the shrine
of Sagamore Hill. The distinguished
occupant thereof has said many things
that were good, but has done very little
that can be commended. In office he
was a law unto himself. Checks and
balances of the constitution had no
weight with him. He punished the
lawless provided they were his ene
mies. He shielded the lawless pro
vided they were his friends.
"Notwithstanding all thjs, he popular
ized what he was pleased to call 'my
policies. If Mr- Taft said to the people
.of the United States that he would
not follow 'my policies' he could not
have been elected.
"The people have had enough of Re
publican double dealing. Gallant souls
within the party have arisen in re
bellion. The Cummins and the Gar
fields, the Dollivers and the Pinchots
are on the witness stand telling the
truth. The country is listening with
attentive ear. Nebraska is no excep
tion. It hears with disgust the story
of senator Burkett's duplicity he who
is said to be 40 percent insurgent and
GO percent Aldrich.
"Is Democracy awake to her oppor
tunities? I believe so. Nothing short
of sheer foolhardiness can deprive her
of the victory tAat is destined to be '
BRISTOTV ROASTS TARIFF.
Topeka, Kas.. July. 2G. In an address
here last night United States senator
J. T. Bristow declared that U. S.
senator Aldrich forced an increase In
the cotton tariff schedules when the
cotton manufacturers in this country
were not asking for it Senator Bris
tow charged that the Increases were
made for the purpose of booming the
The EI Paso Dairy supplies milk to
90 per cent of the homes in El Paso.
OKLAHOMA CAPITAL CASE
COMES UP WEDNESDAY
Guthrie, Okla., July 26. It was an
nounced by the supreme court here to
day that the decision In the famous state
capital edse, involving the removal from
Guthrie to Oklahoma 'City, will be de
cided at 4 o'clock "Wednesday afternoon.
The question before the court Is the ju
risdiction of the state courts over the
attempted removal of the offices to
The children thrive best on El Paso
Dairy an ilk.
Special Sale on Our
25 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Upper Intermediate, full high school, and ".
vanced elective courses. Theory. nractlL
and appreciition of music under th bS
instructor. ! Resident director of phySl
training and outdoor-sports. puya.c&i
MISS SLATER MISS TAFEL, Prladnal..
B20 Pxoscct Ave. mi-2V?
: DR. CRIPPEN NOT
YET IN CUSTODY.
London. England, July 26.
t So far as known by Scotland
Yard officials, Dr. Hawley Crip-
pen has not been arrested' and
! Miss Leneve has not confessed.
They absolutely discredit such
: : : :
THE HERALD "WILL CALL
YOU AT THE BALL GAME.
Doctors and professional or
business men who want to go to
the ball games and expect calls
while they are away from their
offices, can leave word with
their clerks or associates to com
municate with The Herald If it
Is necessary for them to leave
the game, and The Herald will
at once call them over its pri
vate phone line, --which oper
ates between the editorial rooms
and the grandstand
"When the stomach falls to perform Its
functions, the bowels become deranged,
the liver and the kidneys congested
causing numerous diseases. The stomach
and liver must be restored to a healthy
.condition and Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets can be depended upon j
to uo it. .fc-asy to take and most effect
ive. Sold by all dealers.
er Has Doubled Almost- in 20 Years
Accordingly it strikes those tvIio have homes, to
paint np, as it is cheaper than replacing with new
lumber. Imperial Paint, $1.80 pei; gallon.
futile Paint Glass Co
v See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Snorting; Goods Line.
SEELTQN-PAYKE ASMS CO?