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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, July 29, 1910.
R1RANGF iOUM.SUMEa Jr 1 ml
Figs and Malaga Grapes
Are In the Local Market
Berries Are About all Ex
hausted; Corn and Chops
Advance in Price.
ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. YOU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DSTO FISH HUNT
SSL OR CAMP. PLAY TENNIS, GOLF, BOWL, DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QJSTL?1?Sd
rCEE, MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY Al hhmbjm u .
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W a i BBasKEfe, -4r5?r33SSsrrrS V,ff'flf Roron X?S?4 XM E f ,ff T M7n& if .Iff JTn H
nrWmm?' pWJT Directly In Front oi Sg SK-;
PWIyyiS te" HOTEL VIRGINIA J Eiiifcf
nWHSf1! lV Long Beach, Cal. llipfPi
.. 8ft' .SZ THEVffiGKIA SATURDAY. JULY 30&, and Z-f. MmMSlm&i
Klfc" Spend Yonr Outing "l I over tie fifth of august and see the Kf I " ifaIr?I...Tl
PJi. In the Mountains at I lUgi TntmNvEvr for the championship, aug. wBgf f . 41iUJI4MAlSJsWJM1
19 HI Cool- ! hl STctfon VlrJmaO.urt. StTIF BATHKc XgjM - lig
f41 vr ? dime1 l ,s,BOTuEii- ATHER deh Jllll WqppTmTiw
seiWE ALrlNCi teiM- te for summer rates. dPil 1 DrlitlAL M
tf- -CARL STANLEY, Manager.- .-- fgjl CTTMMPP $
.1 ..n TTI UTTTTTWQr 5?l '
r ZrZZ V 'T. A YW B C l AND FINEST HOTELS """
IS fi S WM fel &4L M m ffTi A OTLSVIX W T'J tt rairennmA rt
. 0 v T Jfl(f)f Vi anoADWAY AT SEVENTH $3
A.W 1 1 -A K I V in s SANITARIUM K .S, coofeh pavi3, t.Es3gr t
-J----" 'i,tr1 i-r-fi
Like fi?- preserves? Yum, yum, yum
Isn't H tantalizing? Well, they are heie.
The first of the season came on iii
market during the week and are reali
in" at the produce shops at 20c per
pound. They are fair in size and lus
clous to the taste. A peculiar botanic il
fact about the fig is that the fruit is
reallv the end of a stem and on j a
very few of the many varieties are edi
ble, and when cultivated as it u. Alraonds
! T-nited states it is really one of tne u,;i ,
jurmr. fruits -we liave. Ah in-
lliUSL lUVlltJ"--""!- .- -
Potatoes, new -c ten lb-.
Qmnoh 5c per. lb.
Squashes 5c per lb t
Tomatoes lotr per id
n-nrnilK. C per ID
Watercress 7c P Bunch J
Koastmg ears 30c doz.
Okra ioc "5r D'
Valley peas 5c lb-
20c per lb.
20c per lb
TEIOIIBL.Y SCALDED ,
is somethng .we he&r or read about
every day of our lives. Burns wind,
scalds eitrelv slight. dr"sdrious xre
bound to nappen in vour family, be pre
pared by having: a bottle f of BaIlard'3
Snow Liniment handy. It relieves the
pain instantly and quickly l!eal3 the
burn. Sold by all druggists.
Hi-i7!1 nuts .
mn ,- 2fip nfer lb.
iiuu - ...-w --- . . . ..iioi-ju. r -- -" in
teresting historical iuuluwui. - " 1 pecans :uc pernio
is that it is the anciently remote iruu , H h
. , :.,, V.O.1- tn thA creation i
OL lllSIOO, ii""b ""-" ""' ;
when Mrs. Ive Adam appeared on the
-. : i.o.o.v. 0-rfa.rt nt th-ft leaves.
Thait will be about all about berries. Eggs, Sunflower
Thfe regular berry season is over aim
If any more come at all they will come
high. Malaga grapes are selling at 10c
per pound this week, as against loc
last week. Ttockv Ford cantaloupes aits
coming strong on the market and are
selling at 5c apiece. In the vegetable
Apartment sweet potaoes dropped from
10c to 5c per pound, and cucumbers
from 5c to 2 l-2c.
Following are the current local quo
tations on fruits, vegetables, etc.:
r 1 4-Sw,
JUST A MILE ABOVE
THE SEA REASONABLE
SUMMER RATES, BEAU-
TRAILS DELIGHTS ALL
. i to T.OKG BEACH
for a day, week .month or
season will also delight the (
On the Pacific Electric
D. a. arfcsGEit,
li. r. - - --"-1
K.t-i. Tl-r.. Los J
.vrVjJS 4 t, -rfes. Calll-
... , , , jl.v.c Mtinuua
A OUTING TO
Hear Famous Porter's Catalina
Island Band at
LONG BEACH, CAL.,
"a-W Iflll --- WMCga-
Free Auto. Bus jUecta All Truins.
Los Angeles, Cal.
(Under Entirely New Management.)
AN IDEAL SUM3IER HOME. Beauti
fully furnished. Heart of city. Close
to shopping and theater districts.
WRITE TODAY FOR SUMMER RATES
and interesting folder.
Seventh and Fltueroa SU,
Los Angrelea, Cal.
JAMES A. CORRIE. Mer.
Elberta peaches 20c per bskt.
Valley peaches 2oCnper bS
Frpsh figs .....20c per lb.
Grfpefrult VlOc. 3 for 25c
Blackberries 15c per box; 2 for Lac
15c per box: Z for 2oc
Loganberries. . .Ioc per box; 2 for 25c
Raspberries. . ..15c per box; 2 for 2oc
Fresh pinapple , 25c each
Green apples c
Malaga grapes (white) ;10c lb.
Apples ?3.50 to $4 per 50-lb. box
Watermelons lc per lb.
Cantaloupes 2 for 15 cents
Peaches (California) Ioc ID.
California Plums 15c per lb.
Mexican Aguacates 3 for -oc
Lemons. . 25c to 30c per doz.
t 15c per doz.
Oranges 20c to 50c per doz.
Apricots 2 lbs. for 25c
Bananas 25c to 30c per doz.
Sweet potatoes -- 5c lb-
Cauliflower 2c per lb.
Mustard greens 5c bunch; 3 for 10c
California peas 10c lb., 3 for 25c
Parsley 5c per bunch
Rhubarb !2C Per -
Green chili loc Per "J"
Bell pepper 2oc per lb.
Cucumbers (fancy) 2 for oc
Radishes 5c two bunches
-d., Tr-o-r onfl frrwm 10c per lb.
Beets, valley 10c per three bunches
Cabbage (valley) ---5c Pr lb-
Carrots 5c, per bunch
Celery 15c per stalk, 2 for 2oc
Ecgplants southern 15c per lb.
Lettuce 10c head. 2 for Ioc
Onions, green 2 bunches for sc
Onion, white ac vr lu
Walnuts .. 20c per lb
Butter and Ej?g.
Butter, fancy grade "35c per lb.
sue per (ioz.
Escjts. ranch -oc per aoz.
CamembeVt, 35c; imported ..50c per can
Cheese, cream dairy 25c per Id.
Edam, small $1.16 each
Neufchatel 10c eacn. xor dc
PinAnnnle 65c and 70c each 1
Roquefort 60c per lb.
1 4 -...t -. 0 F-iIiAi!UB-
itoqueiuri. . "- i'-
Swiss, imported 40c per lb. j jJgRfsi PfiUitry Ffltd KaiKHM&179r
Limburger 2oc per lb. , . - f w 4,
$Wm SCRATCH FEED
Sage - 30c per id.
Circle Brand 10c eaca
Dutch Girl i 40c per can
Brick cheese -5o per lb.
Sirloin steak 20c per lb.
Rump steak 12fec per lb.
Round steak lc per lb.
Rib roast 15c per lb.
Beef livers 10c per lb.
Lamb leg 22c to 25c per lb.
Lamb racks .(-whole) 28c per lb.
Lamb loin chops 30c to 35c per lb.
Lamb shoulders lc per lb.
Breast pieces 8c to 10c per lb.
Lamb livers 10c each
t.pb-- 17c per lb
- ... 1
Rack 1SC per iu.
Loin t 18c to 20o per lb.
r-i u . 1ftt nor Ih '
anumueis. . .............. -..--- - - ,
Neck pieces Sc Per lb-
Rrcast nieces 6c per lb.
Crown roasts 20c per lb.
T.ptr. ISc to 20c per lb.
Chops 18c to 22c per lb.
Steaks zur " --c Der ,u.
Corn and chops advanced during the
week from $1.65 to $1.75 per emu. and
oats show a rising tendency, though no
change has been made in the price by
local dealers as yet. ijoiiowmg are me
Mkis Kens Lay
PUB1NA OHSDK FEED
S2V83 9hy Cijfcfcj
(JUways In CiwckHbMfJi Baff)
FGIa SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
W EATlIEIt IS Sultri'Jggg?- THE
,m.,mt DEEP SEA FIbHLNG, HJb
M ' 'rTAL COACfflXG, - THE GOAT
iln-TDraTES MOONLIGHT LAUNCH
RIDES Play tennis, golf, or the sport
ouare 4r quest . of CATALE, A has
f,crv sport that is the delight of the
hole f. iily.
NIGHTS ARE PLEASANT AT THE
CANVAS CITY, OR THE ISLAND
Hotel accommodation good, rates
1G4 Pacific Electric Bidg
Los Ausreie.. Calif.
TAIvE THAT OUTING. n
PFPFECT COOL WEATHER NOW PREVAILS. THOUSANDS eoi' the DB
EFGPHTEFCuiCSURF BATHING DAILY THE conrnts are FINE FISH
ING ALWAYS GOOD BATH .?OUS- FINEST 0 TCOACHTDCG. FINE GOLF
GLNLA COUNTRY CLUB ALL SHOULD ISl i-jgjjf HOTEL VIRGINIA
r&ri ,.tssssjrSa sssssso-f Sffior autoing. al-
w'ays something doing.
EVERY MINUTE A JOYOUS ONE.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS address: nfnnIERCE.
IV. L. CAMP, Secretary I... iJ. (.nAJio"" "-
EL REPOjSO J5ANITOB.IUM.
RAACH ASD.HBALTH RESOKT.
SIERRA 3TADRE, CALIF.
A moaeiate priced &anitorium for the
scientific treatment of diseases of
tnroat ana lungs. Physicians and Grad
uate Nurses m constant attendance.
Tent Houses. Miss'on Bungaiows. Art
and Crafts Shop. Club House.
HOTEL ReSSLYH $&& WATICK HOUSE
:i$iSit 7m-rtmJk,WK, s r&AZlii3&XLJLLZZiia
WTmoPWAV. 75c to S2.50
AaiEKICAN, S1.75 TO S3.00
FREE AUTO BUS
MFFTS ALL TRAINS EUROPEAN, COc TO S2.00
Mttli ALL IKAino jglERIOAN, S1.60 TO 82.60
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
,-,,,-.,Yvrdr . . r TrtMrn TROUBLES.
FOTB-HSSS'DarsTlTMrKR.ETA HOT SPRIGS
Morrtei Cal. Amer.oa's neS su.phur mUd at and smmnilns pooL
Soutbvr est era
current local quotations on alfalfa and
Alfalfa, wholesale $13 per ton
Alfalfa, retail $15 per ton
Northern Texas hay $18 per ton
Corn, wholesale $1.65 per cwt.
Corn, retail $1-75 per cwt
Texas oats, wholesale $1.50 per cwt.
Texas oats, retail $1.60 per cwt.
Chops, wholesale $1.65 per cwt.
Chops, retail $1.75 per cwt.
Bran, wholesale $1.50 per cwt
Bran, retail $1.60 per cwt
PLENTY Of 1T--DR1
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure
I milk. It comes from inspected, con
1 tented cows, and is treated by the most
scientific methods. Delivered to you
in sterilized airtight bottles.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Bell S-IO; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 N. Oreoa.
ftinnm cc PllCTniUC QLTUDTQ CIMIM
1UUHLL0 UUulUIKIil .IILULll id uliuii jfWIIIifa
qic mm nun. iftfT yhb wniiuiio
no lu LnuL uiLis u.ui sLiuit
ILL II iuns, v uu naa "etc w wuiiiv.,, .
saw Ingraham pn the street, followed: served.
the man to a hotel, wnere ne pnonea Promptly Deliverea.
the local authorities. The man started 1 . 0 Auto. 1158.
.. 1... kAfn.A V mitltAitiac! nrrifftn T . .w.w-
and was chased by Wallis and later
Pico Street, at Flower.
Not a downtown hotel, but only eight
minutes away on three different car
lines. A quiet home hotel, modern in
Write us for rates. You will be sur
prised how moderate.
We V1I1 be oleased to have you make
your neaaquartera tn. uus ucutao'j -,
cated and reasonaoiy pneeu
whfle you arc in Los Angeles.
427 South Olive Street.
Rates 75c per day and up.
4 C BILIKE. IOS ANGELES, CAL. JNO. S. MITCHELL.
A. i. mx . SOUTHWESTERN HEADftUARTERis.
-o sf nr n si 50 a dav With private bath . 1 person $1.50 to $3.
1 person ?lol to i.ou a uij- - 0 fio r to nn
n - o 1 sn n S2.00 ner dav- - persons 5.i)U to $a.uu.
JJt:i3Ui.ia7 T.,w . T
"hotel ALVARADO ';
" TrrijiTi l'lan.''
Corner Sixth and Alvsirado Sts., i
Los Amreless. Cal. J
Fl-ve aiinutcs from Bnsiacss Ceater. In
aristocratic residence district, overlook
ing West Lake Park. Special accom
modations and rates to people in El
Paso and icinity.
WM. B. CORWEV, Owner and Manajcr.
I rn ;. i -
POPULAR TOURIST HOTEL.
Fifth and "Wall Streets, Los Ansreles.
New brick building, new furniture.
strictly modern, telephone in every
room, cafe, European plan.
LOWEST SUMMER. RATES, 100 ROOMS,
75 Ccats And Up.
WALTER L. SMITH. Proprietor.
placed in jail. Walli says the cotton
was soaked with water.
Ninth and Hill, Los Angeles. The
largest and most perfectly appointed
apartment house in the west.
W. G. RECORD,
Cor. 7th and Hope.
Best $1.00 per day
hotel In city.
I W. Bradt and A. H. JohaMoa. Props.
FOR RENT Housekeeping Apartments
Los Angeles, Cal. r
jLUe CUlUeSL. UCM VCUlllitlCU, muaL,
Have "Real Home Life."
700 happy families live with us.
Owned and Operated by
T. WIESEND WGER,
Room Sll, 207 South Broadwav.
FOIKTH AT MAIN ST.
:iose to all theatres and in heart 01 ousincss aisinci.
But a few minutes of all railway stations, lire cars to au
suburban places of amusement, the mountains and beaches pass -the
door. BEAUTIFULLY furnished and modern in every respect. THE
VAN NUYS CAFE IS FAMOUS THE WORLD OVER and is UNEXCEL
LED IN CALIFORNIA, GET THAT BOOKLET OF INTERESTING
VD3WS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTi.il CU., C. H.
KNAPPB. .MANAGER. Van Nuys. Los Angeles. Cal.
THE HERALD CAN BE
SENT TO YOU
Bv mail. It Is not necessary for you
to" be without the news of the world,
of El Paso, of the Southwest, no mat
ter where you go. Simply notify The
Herald by mail, giving present address
and length of time desired sent to new
address. On returning please notify
office, in order that serivce by carrier
may be promptly resumed.
HOTEL ALHAMBRA, European
SIC NORTH BROADWAY, LOS Afc,L.E,s.
Absolutely fireproof. Building and furnishings new Within easy access of
S Saces of business And entertaiaKni. Pleasing in its interior appoint
aentt. Special rates. J. K. HaNIvLA. 3IANAGER.
YouHave Often Wondered Where To Stop WHEN IN
LOS ANG-ELES. Why not make your headquarters at
Everything home-like. Prices Reasonable. Close to Shopping Center,
over. Fifth Street, East of Main.
THOS. W. L. LAW, Manager.
Upper Intermediate, full high school and ad
vanced elective courses. Theory, practice
and appreciation of music under the best
instructor. Resident director of pbvsical
training and outdoor sports. -
MISS SLATER MISS TAFEL, Principal.
C20 Prospect Ave. El Pkso, Texa.
G-TJILT AT EOSWELL
rested on Charge of Com-
- plicity in Bad Uheclv
Roswell. N. M., July 29. Mrs. Delia
Raplee, who was captured at Anson,
Jones county, Texas, and is under in
dictment here on the charge of imper
osnating Mrs. Lucille Madanet, and as
sisting George W. Reeves in cashing a
bogus check for $1000 at a local bank,
was brought here last night by deputy
sheriff C. R. Young. She declares ner
innocence and says that she was never
In Roswell before. Reeves, who has
been indicted, has not been arrested.
ARRESTED ON CHARGE
OF PACKING COTTON
Ft. Worth, Texas, July 29. J. P. In
graham, who represented H. T. Williams
and 'company of New Orleans, buying
cotton at Graham, Texas, a year ago,
was arrested here this morning, at the
Instance of sheriff Wallis of Young
county, on a charge of packing cotton.
Ingraham is under indictment on this
charge in Young county and has been
sought by the authorities. Today sher-
EMBOSSED LETTER HEADS
ARE THE LATEST.
Think of her at
tempting to make
ice cream in the
she can make the-
most delicious ice cream in tenminutes,
freezing and all, at a cost of about one
ppnt n. rHsh and never oo'near th& store.
Tnnr rrrn oo-r xtri 11 P11 Tfin ftll fthrmt
it, or you can get a book from the a
lienesee .rure ooa uo. , Jje jsov, jm . a .,
if you will write them.
Grocers sell Jell-0 Ice Cream Pow
der, two packages for 25 cenb.
ASSAYEBS & CHEMISTS
Sndapsndent Asssy Offsea
D. W. R3C3HABX. E 31.. Proprietor.
Agsrt fcr Ore Skippers Assays ani
Gficmcal Analysis. Mines Examined
usd Reported Upon, duilion Work
opeuaxg. p Q
On the shady side tf Oregon St., opp.
: . 7 i onftTro Onalitv Sweets. Properly
fcv - J ? M Tt11t- .L n. '.- Vi A t HtlPiTact? I X W.3 .V - -, j .
Nogales, Ariz., juij -. - , - -" " ' 'Vi; 7"- ' Uerved.
through the customs house at tne mo
rales port for the fiscal year ending June
30 showed an increase ol 49 percent over
the business of the preceding vear. ac
cording to the report df collector Corne
Mus Olveefe, which has just been com-
P1Fo"r the last fiscal year the aggravate
reecipts of the customs house, were
$23 790 52 The aggregate receipts for
fchevear ending Jun 30, 1909. were $155,
983.68, while those for the correspond
in period, ending 190S, Avexe only
The collector's report shows there were
4102 entries of merchandise made at the
nort during the vear. the duties on such
Sies amointinff to $231,350.29, while
other customs receipts are given as
$1416 23. The number of persons employ
ed at the port is 33 and the expense of
making the total collection was
$44,322.15. . . . i.
The value of foreign imports through
the Xogales port during the year is
placed at $9,186,756 and the value or
domestic imports at $S26.052. Domestic
exports during the year are valued at
$5,728,159 and the foreign exports ior
the same period are vahied at $27.94..
. S rraecfaca fe CiWlwi Ste.
L PA2- 7EXAS.
Costom Assay Ofiice
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agent3 for Ore Shippers.
322 San Francisco St. Pblone 32-L
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and Silver in any form. Oorre
spondence invited. Strictly confidentiaL
C. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St, Ei Paso. Texas.
W lLaUNl?Ki Wl
WW I' 1 1 lsttffAMag
ARRIVALS AT HOTEL
ROSSLYN FROM ARIZONA
C. E. Hobert and wife, Yuma; Mrs. B.
W. Baker and children. El Paso; Miss
E. Stark, Phoenix; C. F. Scates, Phoe
nix; S. Griffith and wife, Douglas; A. H.
Anderson, Miami; J. L. Pickles, Clifton.
H. C. Miller and wife, Gila; G. W.
Gourley and family. Thatcher; J. R.
Waite, Benson; Albert H. Smith and
wife, Kingman; Mrs. A. H. Davis, El
Paso; Mrs. C F. Y'oung, Ash Fork; Mrs.
W. M. Cox, Don Luis.
Miss Alvis Wilson, the daughter of
Mrs- J. O. Taj'lor, has returned for a
four months' visit in Atlanta, Ga. While
away Miss Wilson was the victim of an
accident which has confined her to her
bed since she arrived home. She fell
on the sidewalk fracturing her knee,
and it will be several Teeks before she
entirely recovers from the effects of the
Electric Power Emboisers
1 El Paso Pasteur InstHuis
For Pre-reative Treatment
325 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Thn 2340 R. 1. Rea., 3437
Bell 542. Auto. 1472
HARRY & CO.
WE HAVE REAL BARGAINS
CHICAGO AND &ETURN $55.65
CINCINNATI AND RETTJSN 64.05
TOLEDO AND RETUBNr 66.65
PHILADEIPHIA AND RETURN.. 81.35
ST. LOTJB AND RETURN 49.65
KANSAS CITY AND RETURN. . . . 40.65
NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
Unlimited Stopovers Allowed at All Points En
route. On sale June 1st to Sept. 30. Limit Oct.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL
w. c. mccormige:,
J. E. MONROE,
City Ticket Agent