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Friday, July 29, 1910.
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Our Delicatessen Bepartmen
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
Cervelot Sausage, per pound 40c
Corned Beef, per pound 50e
Cooked Smoked Brisket, per pounfL 50c
Smoked Tongue, whole, per pound .t3Gc
Bologna Sausage, per pound . . 1 v-25c
Bloaters, each 10c, 3 for.. -' 25c
Boneless Codfish,. 3 pounds for 50c
Sordellonn, 1 pound - ?0c
Holland Herring, 6 for 25c
Anchovies in keg, each. .'. 35c
Bismark Herring, per can t 50c
Pish Makes, per can 15c and , 25c
Ferndell Shad Eoe, per can 25c
Lohster in Glass Jars 50c
Fresh Smoked Bloaters, 10c, 3 for 25c
Home Cooked Meats, All Kinds.
Phone 15L 210-212 Texas St AufcollSL j
TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966
We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
608 & 62S
4. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; ATJTO 1050
E.P.&S. W. AWNING CO. 40BS-EIPasoSt.
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc-Everything That's Canvas"
AH WorkGuaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. Auto 1C82
El Paso Sheet Metai Works
Bell 548 321 Texas Street Spouting A'ato 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.
. . b& E99K. n s. m er ja&. js t -r , .. .
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. JO. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
HACK and BAGGAQE
Wfll be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
BeU 1 Auto 1001
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
sqleagent for THE EASY RUNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
. S 1 Lt ff Hill Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
TWO CAHS OF HORSES FOR SALE
Bell INTERNATIONAL STABLES Aufo
618 215 S. Kansas St. 1618
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
309 S. El Paso St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wag-on Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
Kinas saaaies. narn?ss. v-iuiciy. uia w.i. rami, ciiu
Try Herald Want Ads. Use Herald Want Ads.
TBI? TO INDIAN
Clouderoft Visitors Make
the Drive in a Day, Cloud
croft and Return.
(By Mrs. W. S. Tilton.)
Clouderoft, N. M., July 29. Alarm
clocks were not necessary to awaken
the 20 picnickers who were tc go on
tlyj excursion to the Indian reservation
yesterday, as every one was out of bed
eager for the trip by the time the full
throated robins had sent up their first
hymn of praise. The morning was glo
At last the four hacks were fill
ed ani the horseback riders mounted
and all were well on their way.
Unanimously the picnickers exclaimed,
"how beautiful," when on rounding a
bend in the road, came into a deep can
yon, with a natural park on the left, a
mountain on the right, with natural
springs of clear, cold, bubbling' water
gushing out of the side, one being a
sulphur spring-. Seeming to block the
way was old Sierra Blanca, snow-capped
and low clouds obscuring part of
At last the party came to the Indian
tepees, scattered clear along until fi
nally they reached the agency and
noted the wonderful improvement in the
buildings and grounds over last year.
Few Indians were to be seen, as it is
vacation time from the school and they
were mostly out on their farms.
After a picnic dinner, spread under
a big cottonwood tree by a babbling
brook, and coffee made on a camp fire,
the members of the party went off in
search of kodak views, hunting up In
dian baskets, etc- Some called upon
Agent Carroll, who said that there are
just four hundred and sixty Indians left
on the reservation, and explained many
other interesting things. After a stop
of three hours the tired but happy
crowd turned their faces Cloudcroft
ward. Those in the party were:
v W. O. Ansley and sons, "Will and
John Ansley. of Houston; Paul Meer
scheidt of San Antonio; Frank J. Nor
9rll of Denver; W. L. Haggerty of New
York; W. H. Tuttle and son. Jolly; R. E.
Horton and Lee Anderson; Mrs. Cun
ningham of Beaumont, and Miss Faulk
of San Antonio; Mrs. J. A. Eddy and
daughters, Sarah and Katheryn of Den
ver; Mrs. "W. S. Tilton and the Misses
Lucille Stoneroad of Colorado City and
Alberta Heep. El Paso, and Paula Meer
scheidt of an Antonio.
See Ardoin's Saturday Specials
Page 3 and save money.
"THE PHOEXIX" AT THE CRYSTAL.
"And the villain still pursued herf
The famous play of the 'S0s, "The
Phoenix," will be shown at the Crystal
tonight, with Milton and Dolly Nobles,
who made it famous, in their original
roles. The production was under Mil
ton Nobles personal direction and Is
said to be an excellent one. An In
dian drama will also be presented.
Tonight and tomorrow night the Air
dome company will present the last two'
performances of "A Poor Inventor." The
bill is an exceptionally good one and
has drawn good houses. If you enjoy
laughing, go tonight, is manager Rich's
The best the market affords at Ar
doin's. See page 3.
COOKS PEAK MIXIXG CO.
APPLIES FOR PAPERS
Derain Company Seeks Incorporation;
Stream Gages on Xew
Santa Fe, N. M., July 29. Incorpor
ation papers have been filed by the
Cook's Peak Copper Mining company
of Deming. The capitalization Is $50,
000. The incorporators and directors
are: Joseph Hitchens, Janle Hitchens
and Sigmund Lindauerj,
The territorial engineer has installed
an automatic stream gage on the Can
adian river at Logan, Quay county.
Tomorrow beln the last Saturday of
the month, The Herald carrier will pre
sent bills for the month of Jnly. Sub
scribers will kindly note the above and
be" ready for the boys.
Special Sale on Oar
25 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
on sale ikis week for
Worth up to $27.50.
See Qar Window.
Chamber of Commerce and
Mayor Request Ex-President's
An effort 'is being made by the El
Paso chamber of commerce, in con
junction -with the American Mining
congress, wnich will be heldin Los An
geles September 26 to October 1, in-
elusive, to have the original conserva
tionist, Theodore Roosevelt, attend the
mining congress this fall. The cham
ber of commerce is deeply interested In
mniing, as was witnessed by Its resolu
tion and petition to the congress at its
last session favoring the establishment
of the national bureau of mines.
If Mr. Roosevelt accepts the invita
tion to attend the mining congress, it is
probable that he will visit El Paso
while going to or returning from the
congress and the chamber of commerce
has invited him to do so. With a letter
from the mayor extending an invitation
on the part of the city, the chamber of
commerce has seht its resolutions to Mr.
AN HOUR IN COURT
WITH POLICE JUGE
(Continued From Page One.)
atorday Chopping List
Tomorrow, the last shopping day of July, finds us prepared with an
array of Saturday bargains that will surely meet your every
requirement. While the majority of these are in the Basement, those
selected from the Main Floor are unusually attractive.
wH Hci iLkssf
to furnish a certain amount of maudlin
amusemeut for the court hangerson.
"No. 3G5 Miguel Marcos," calls the
recorder, looking at his record book.
Miguel is charged with being drunk
and fighting. "His arrest was made
by officer Murray. He pleads guilty
with an alacrity that is surprising and
?5 is the fine he draws.
The Vagrancy Charge.
Joseph Peel, cnarged with vagrancy,
a case carried over from the morning
session, is next called, and Joseph ap
pears with several witnesses to prove
that he is not guilty. These witnesses
tell of knowing the defendant, of his
work, how he ran a little .saloon on El
Paso street and had gone broke. This"
is reiterated by the defendant himself,
who has obtained a clean shave since
his first appearance in court. A room
ins: house keener testifies that Peel
owed her $10 room rent. He is told j
to rustle tne money ior tne coora rent
and he will be discharged. Joe begins
rustling immediately by getting out of
court as fast as possible.
xCase 362, that of a peg legged negro,
and of Henry O'Xeil. another east Tex
as negro, is 'called. The two negroes
tell the court that they are members
of the Aztec club, a negro organiza
tion. The trecorder thereupon Informs
that the Aztec club has lost two good
members, and each is given a fine of
30, which imeans a rook pile session.
, Pete Celebrates.
Case 335. tvhich was that of Pedro
Borreyo, is called, and Pete gets a
chance to tell the court how he hap
pened to be drinking. He was cele
brating the opening of a new saloon.
His celebration cost him .
Two white women, a Canadian and
a negro, are next herded and st orn.
It was vone of those glimpses of de
pravity as it exists on the south side.
The white man was given a severe lec
ture by the judge. "What do you sup
pose your white haired old father up
there In Canada would say if he knew
this?" the recorder asked. "I know
it is wrong, judge," the Canadian re
plied, a faint hope that he would he
let off easy because of his father aris
ing in his mind. Nothing doing in the
hope business. Each of the men draws
25 as his fine and the women 10.
They were all herded into the dock
and the mill continued the grind.
Underworld Curtain Riles.
Again the curtain of the underworld
is drawn aside and a distressing story
of a woman's depravity is revealed. She
was a dope fiend who had been cured
by the county jail treatment of being
locked up until she was broken of the
habit. She swore that she had not been
usinjr it, although her pasty face de
nied" the assertion. The complaining
witness was a negro, a black, worth
less negro, wearing a castoff Pullman
cap, a ragged suit and a part of No.
12 shoes. A quarrel which Implicated
the white woman and the negro was f
aired. The plaintiff is allowed to go
without a fine and the negro is told
to get out of The courtroom or he
would draw a fine.
A domestic difficulty south of the
color line is called. Joe- Meyers had
put a mourning badge on his wife's
right eye that was a beauty, to sny the
least. An eye like that was adjusted
at 15 by the recorder and Joe went
back into the" pen.
Jack Doe, who was not Jack Doe at
all, was fined 1 for striking a negro
porter on the anatomy somewhere in
one of the dry gooas stores.
Joe Rabel, a South El Paso street
merchant, drew a fine of 5 for block
ing the sidewalk with his boxes.
Then came the serio-comic finale of
the session. Barely showing above-the
prisoners' rail was a kinky haired lit
tle pickanniny. Without waiting until
his case was called, he slipped out of
the dock and with eyes shiny with
tears, poured out hi heart to judge
Lea. He had run away before, the
judge had told htm where he was going
to send him if he didn't behave, but he
had gone to the 10 cent theater. He
had got sick and the big policeman
had got him. Comically pathetic the
little burr head told his story with all
the sorrow of the ages in his plaintive
voice as he pleaded his case. He was,
allo-reed to go.
This was one afternoon's session, a
typical hour in the police court.
SKILL5IAN GROVE CAMP
- MEETING CLOSES
Many New Residences Building In Fori
Davis. Fruit Is Ripening Ecarlier
Fort Davis, July 29. The Skillman
Grove camp meeting which was con
ducted by Rev. Mr. Bloyce, pastor of
the Presbyterian church here, assisted
by Rev. C. S. Wright, of El Paso, has
The recent rains around Fort Davis
have caused fruit to ripen much earlier
James Stuart, who conducts the Stu
art hotel, is building a residence on an
elevated point overlooking the town.
Joe Esnv has inst ecanDleted a two
story stone residence on Main streetj
J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. flncorpwntd)
90c VAL. LACES 38c
French and German Val. edgings
and insertions, in dozen yard
bolts worth 90c each; Saturday spe
75c SILK GLOVES 59c
"Fownes" and "Kayser" silk
glov.es, in all colors including
blnck and white, regular 75c ami 85c
gloves; Saturday night special 7 to 9
o'clock, 59c. g
Skirts, corset covers, drawers
and combination sarits, made of
fine cambric and long cloth, trimmed
with dainty laces and embroideries.
Values to $1.50 a garment; Saturday
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS
Xearly all sizes. Finished with
tucks and hemstitched ruffle.
Values to 19c a pair; Saturday spe
cial 2 pair for 25c
CORONET BRAIDS $1.69
Good quality Coronet hair
braids, full 30 inches long, all
colors. $3.00 and $3.50 values; Sat
tirday special $1.69.
Lambert's Ldsterine, 6' oz. bot
tles; the 50c size; Saturday spe
(Toilet Articles Section)
Pozzoni's face powder, regular
50c size, Saturday special 29c.
(Toilet Articles Section)
POINT DE PARIS .uACES
Insertions and edgings up tx 5
inches wide, matched sets, worth
15c a yard; Saturday special 10c.
19c RIBBONS 5c
-5oljd shades and plaid and Ro
man strrpe effects. Values to
19e a yard; Saturday special 5c.
-9 f Shirts and drawers for pres
L J eat and early fall wear; all
sizes up to 34. Regular price 50c a
garment, Saturday special 25c.
"ACORN" KNIT WAISTS
For children. Have patent
hook for hose supporters; all
sizes; 15c values; Saturday special
35c AND 40c HOSE 23c
1e Women's fast black lisle fin-
ished hose, double heels', toes,
soles and garter tops. Regular prices
35c and 4Cc a pair; Saturday night
specra.lj 7 to 9, 23c.
All purchases made tomor
row by customers carrying
an account with us will be
placed on the August bilL
J.CalisherDry Goods Col jaecrpcrw)
s Extra! Extra! 1
7 To 9
10 YARDS FOR 49c
Standard quality apron ging
ham in blue and white, red
and white, green and white and
brawn and white checks. Also,
double width percales,, in neat
designs. Values to 10c a yard;
extra special tomorrow njght,
from 7 to 9,
(On sale in the Basement; lim
it of 10 yards)
45c SILK RIBBONS 23c
100 pieces of plain taffeta and
fancy ribbons, in all sorts of
colors, widths up to 7 inches, regular
price 45c a yard; Saturday special
"Jumbo" toilet paper, worth
10c a roll; Saturdav special
4 rolls for 25c.
20c TOWELS 2 FOR 25c
2f Bleached, 'hemmed huck tow
v? els, sizes 19x40, have fancy
colored borders, worth 20c each; Sat
urday special 2 for 25c.
ALL KINDS JEWELRY 5a-
2 Fancy comibs, fancy Irair pins,
A fancy hat pjns, brooches,-stick
pins, beauty pins, etc., values to 25c
each; Saturday special choice 5c
$2-00 PARASOLS 98c
20 Parasols in solid colors, fancy
& floral designs and white.
Hemstitched and embroidered edge,
natural and fancy handles, values to
$2.00; Saturday special 9c.
HAND EMBROIDERED DRAWERS
2q Women's dainty embroidered
2 long cloth drawers, good va
riety of patterns, values to $2.00;
Saturday special $1.10.
MISSES' MIDDY SUITS
O A The favorite style for the
T" 1910 miss. Middy suits in all
colors and color combinations, values
to $5.00; Saturday special $2.99.
$1.75 CHIFFON VEILS $1.25
2" Extra large, fine quality chif
O fon veils, hemstitched, all
colors, values to $1.75; Saturdav spe
59c SUN HATS 39c
2 Women's and children's sun
v hats and sun boimete, white
and colors, with plain and embroidery
ruffle; values to 59c; Saturdav spe
2"T Of fine lawn and dimity,
trimmed with lace, tucks and
hemstfltehinir. Thes cans are sKcrTf.-
belt buckles, worth 25c and 35c; Sat- ly soiled; values to $1.00; Saturdav
urday special 12c. ' special 19c.
(Mhin Floor) (Basement)
35c BOXED PAPER. 23c COLGATE'S TOILET WATER.
Best grade ''Imperial Fabric" Ofi Colgate's Carnation toilet
writing paper, 50 sheets and water, 50c size, Saturday spe-
50 envelopes to a box: reenlar rrire cial 35c.
rg-w g jPrjknSBmm
the Last Day
Tomorrow is the last
day of our Half Year 1-2
Price Sale of Ready -to-Wear.
Don9 1 fail to come
' and take advantage of the
many unusual bargains.
25c BELT BUCKLES 12c
1 O A great array of late novel-
JL ties in fi.- hmn7 nA ciliw
7 To 9
The well known 'Tester" Hose
Supporters, in white and col
ors, that sell regularly 75c per
pair; extra special tomorrow
night, from 7 to E3
9 o'clock DOC
35c a box; Saturday special 23c.
TORCHON LACEi -
IE? All linen Torchon edgings and
O insertions, many pretty pat
terns to select from; values to 10c'
yard; Saturday special 10 Yards for
i Men's socks, misses' and chil
i. O dren's hose colors, white
pink, light blue, tan and black. Val
ues to 19c a pair; Saturdav special
50c WASH BELTS 15c
-White and colored embroider
ed wash belts, values to 50c:
Saturday special 15c.
(Toilet Articles Section)
s..C0 SILK LISLE VESTS 63c
Women's fine ribbed silk lisle
vests, silk crochet trimmed,
$1.00 values; Saturdav nisrhi special,
7 to 9, 63c.
I Extra! Extra! I
K Packer's Tar Soap equally
c good for the complexion and the M
B shampoo regular price 25c a B
S eke: extra special tomorrow fl
night, from 7 to g a
E 9 o'clock IDC j
8 (Toilet Articles Section) M
James Edwards has just completed a
residence on the same street.
CharJes Mulhurn, a ranchman, has
purchased a fine home from D. Xoble,
who left for California.
Mr. Ritter and family have just ar
rived here from Dallas. J
Mr. Bloyce and wife, of Honey Grove,
Tex., are visitng- Rev. Mr. Bloyce.
Mrs. R. A. Espy 'and grandson, Joe
Gunter Prude, are visiting- at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. TV. S. Miller.
Harris Brown, of Liuling, Tex., Is visiting-
his brother, T. E. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. TV. Kelsey have re
turned home after several months' absence.
BALLOON EXDURiVXCE TEST.
Hamilton, O., July 29. In a second
attempt to break the 44 hours endurance
record for spherical balloons, George
Howard and Walter Collins of Cin
cinnati ascended from here at 6-38
o'clock last night in the balloon Drifter.
Jean Arent of Hamilton accompanied
them as a passenger. On the pievious
attempt, begun July IS, boys threw
stones at the balloon as U drifted over
the house tops and one of the missiles
tore the gas bag. As a consequence the
aeronauts were compelled to land.
See Ardoin's Saturday
Page S and save money.
Card of Thnnki.
I wish to return my most heartfelt
thanks for the many kind words and
favors shown me during the sickness
and death of my beloved wife.
We are not rushed this time of year, consequent
ly we have some good bargains in wall paper.
Telephone us and we will estimate for you.
See Us or Write for Prices .on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHELTON-PAYtfE ASMS CO.
Em Tomorrow is the final day of ourRk
W& COME TOMORROW AND !M
lgj& TOMORROW NIGHT ffifir
BpP flhe GREATEST SHOE STORE 9 fME
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