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Tuesday, August 2, 19ip.
Arkansas. Some 50Q0
miners are in ' enough germs in the vials to depopu
late the state.
We receive two full shipments each week of large
fancy Aguacaties. Delicious .in all lands of salads.
10c Each; 3 for 25a
FANCY MESILLA PARK PEACHES
Extra large freestone peaches.
20 Pound Boxes $1.50.
VALLEY WATERMELONS ON ICE
Fine real meat melons the best on the
market, per pound 1JC
GREEN COOKING- APPLES '
Nice large baking apples, per pound 5c
NEW HONEY . '
Extra fine and white, per rack 15c
NANSON SMOKED SARDINES'
A delicious Sardine, slightly smoked and put up in
Pure Olive Oil. Try them
15c or two for 25c.
All afternoon and evening train are
reported on time.
Drink plenty of AVelch's grape juice
This hot weather and you n De com.
happy and healthy.
Jackson' Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 15L 210-212 Tesas St Auto 1151.
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EL PASO TRTJKK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags ana Leather boods -rj1
Made. Repaired and Exchanged. -
We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
603 & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS., BELL 50; AUTO 1050
BP.&SBW. AWNING CO, 406 S. El Paso St.
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc-EverythW That's Canvas"
work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. . Auto 1S82
EI Paso Sheet Metal Works
Crane Pecks Ont Eye.
Carrolltown, Pa., Aucr. 2. "While
holding a crane which had been sUght
lv wounded, Joseph AA'arender, aged 23,
was unable to dolge its beak and the
bird pecked out his left eye. Because of
sympathetic nerve trouble it is believed
he may lose the other eye.
Dr. XV. R. "Weeks, chronic diseases.
Tcnmxters Convene In Illinois.
Peoria, 111., Aug. 2. The seventh an
nual convention of the International
Brotherhood of Teamsters met in this
city with delegates in attendance from
nearly every state in the union. The
opening session was given to the re
ports of committees and plans of organization.
Is easy to get, just call El Paso
Diary Co., both phones.
Cuban Officials Fifjht.
Havana, Cuba. Aug. 2. At a meeting
of the Liberal ciub, held for the
purpose of ratifying the municipal
nominations, Gen. Asbert, governor of
Havana province, and Diaz D. Vil
lages, secretary of finance in the Cuban
cabinet, exchanged blows. A band of
negroes armed with, clubs, broke into
the building and a general fight en
sued, in which many persons were injured.
If you are having bad butter try
Sedgwick Creamery Butter. Don't get
strong In hot weather.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
San Francisco, Cal., Aug . 2. A
demonstration of the Lorenz bloodless
surgery by Dr. Harry Forbes, opened
the national convention of the Amer
ican osteopathic association, which will
be 'In session here for the remainder of
the week. The operation performed
on a small girl suffering from con
genital hip disease, was witnessed by
several hundred delegates to the convention.
You'll like the EI Paso Dairy milk.
It's unlike any other milk in El Paso.
x Humorists at Montreal.
Montreal, Quebec, Aug. 2. The Amer
ican Association of Humorists opened
the seventh annual invention here.
Mayor Guerin welcomed the delegates,
and president John D. "Wells,- of Buf
falo, responded. The party ran the
Lachine rapids as the guests of secre
tary Cy "Warman.
When you have tried all the other
eggs in town, try Sunflower eggs, they
are always good.
JackMin's Sanitary Grocery,
Bell 548 321 Texas Street Spouting Aato iiw
"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.
EL PASO B
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
Dry Pressed Stock
and "Wire Cut Brick
P. 0. Box 136.
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices.
116to 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 THE EASY RUNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
H. L. STEW AK I Bell 632, Auto 106. 310 Stanton St
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
CAHS OF HORSES FOR. SALE
INTERNATIONAL STABLES Aufo
215 S. Kansas Si. 1618
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
309 S. EI Paso St.
Guns, Ammunition. Wagon Csvers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
kinds. Saddles. Harness. Cutlery. Tents 0x Paint. Etc.
Railway Officials Resign.
Denver. Colo., -Aug. 2. Five officials
of the Denver, Northwestern and Pa
cific (Moffatt) railroad, have resigned.
They are AV. A. Duel, general manager;
George R. Simmons, assistant general
manager; H.. A. Sumner, chief engineer;
C. A. Parker, superintendent of tele
graph; William Watson, of the laud
industrial department. Dr. Duel's resig
nation, Mr. Moffatt announced, was on
account of ill health.
What tempts you in coffee?
That's what tempted us years ago to
develop the full rich flavor of Chase &
Sanborn's Seal Brand coffee.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. camc-ron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shc; store.
Drink plenty of El Paso Dairy milk
this hot weather and you'll not feel the
heat so much.
Charged "With Defrauding Woman.
New York, N. Y., Aug. 2. An explo
sion Is promised in the trial of Har
vey Wiley Corbett, a well known archi
tect, and his associate. John Qualey. a
promoter, who are accused by -Mrs.
W. T. Bull of defrauding her out of
$35,000, which she says she gave them
for investment in an asbestos com
Card of Thanks J
We take this means of thanking our
friends and acquaintances for their ;
I many expressions, of sympathy during J
this, our deepest sorrow.
A. Maria Sheltou.
C. C. Shelton.
Dr. W. P. Shelton.
AVcstcrn Union Divisions.
Ne-tt York. N. Y.. Aur. 2. Under a
readjustment of the divisional lines of
the Western Union telegraph compan,
proposed by Belvidere Brook, the gen
eral manager, and ratified by the di
rectors, the additional divisions are
created the gulf, with headquarters at ,
i' Dallas, Tex., and the mountain, witn
headquarters at Denver. These new di
visions are carved out of the old west
ern and pacific territories.
Is good for either a sick or well per
son, especially if it's El Paso Dairy
;iitnloiipes, O for "25 lnii.
TyTiej ValVy cantaloum's, 6 for
c tuts. Picked every in-unin-,'.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Ensineers Ask Higher Wages.
Chicago, 111., Aug. 2. Representatives
of locomotive engineers of 56 railroad
systems west of Chicago, have met here
to consider wages. Warren S. Stone,
grand chief of the Brotherhood of Lo
comotfive Engineers, i in charge of
the conference which represents about
Have you been in our delicatessen de
partment? If not we would like to have
you come and see what's there to eat.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
American AIna Wales Race.
Pontypridd, Wales, Jjug. 2. C. E.
Holaway, the American sprinter, de
feated .Tack Donaldson, of South Africa,
in a 130 yard match here for a stake of
$1000. Holaway won by four inches in
13 1-2 seconds.
Get your fruit and vegetables at this
store and you'll get clean, wholesome,
sanitary fruit and vegetables.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Mexico Election Returns Announced.
Mexico City, Mexico, Aug. 2. Com
plete returns of the recent presidential
election have been received at the de
partment of the interior and totals have
been given out at the bureau of infor
mation as follows: For Gen. Diaz for
president, 1S.S29 lectoral votes; Fran
cisco Madera, for president. 221 elec
toral votes; Teodore Deneza, 5; Gen.
Bernardo Reyes, 3; Jose Ives Diman
A dish of Smith's ice cream will put
you in much better humor after dinner.
Railway Asks for Protection.
Saratoga, X. Y., aut. 2. The Dela
ware and Hudson railroad has notified
sheriff 'Washburn that it 'is unable to
put an end to the acts of violence com
mitted by the strikers along its line,
and called upon him for assistance. The
sheriff limmediately hurried deputies to
the scene of the wrek near Ballston
lake and Is prepared to call out the na
tional guard if trouble continues.
Of pure ice cream when you order
Smith's ice cream.
Special, ladies" purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Xewell Joins Engineer Corp.
Washington. D. C'., Aug. 2. It devel
oped today that the mission in the
west of director Frederick H. Newell
of the reclamation service, who left
Washington yesterday, was to join the
board of army engineers, which is
charged with the examination of the
government's irrigation projects. The
director will accompany the army" of
ficers on a good part of their itinerary
explaining the early history and fea
tures of the work.
Peace Congress Opens.
Stockholm, Aug. 2. The international
peace congress was formally opened to
day in the presence of 600 delegates,
representing 24 countries. Baron Carl
Bone was elected president.
There are many imitators of Smith's
ice cream but no equals. They have
not learned the secret of ma"king such
good Ice cream.
Strikers Refuse Settlement.
Columbus. O., Aug. 2. Efforts of gov
ernor Harmon to bring about a settle
ment of the Columbus street car strike
have proved unavailing. When the
governor told the unionists that the
company -was willing to settle if the
n.mctinn rf rOIflnn.ltinn TL1t( thf WeaT"
I ling of union buttons was waived, the
union officials said the company's prop
osition was not new, that they had re
jected such proposal before going out
on strike and would continue to reject
You can always save a little and get
the besl to eat by trading at this store.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
,C. L. millnstou, 70S Magoffin. TeL
1489. painting, paper hanging, decorating
Southwestern liners May Strike.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 2. Negoti
ations between miners and coal oper
ators of the Southwestern territory,
which have dragged along over a pe
riod of exactly four months, have been
brought to an end. A general strike or
der will be 'issued immediately, according
to Geo. Manuel, secretary of the Mis
souri district. Of the number of miners
affected by the strike order, about 9500
are in Kansas, about S500 in Missouri.
9000 In Oklahoma and about 3000 in
Try Herald Want Ads. Use Herald Want Ads.
on sale this week for
Worth up to $27.50.
See Our Window.
Smith's ice cream is easy to get, both
phones and a free delivery. Purest ice
cream in EJ Paso.
Cotton Frauds Under Investigation.
New Orleans, La., Aug. 2. Indications
are that the federal government will
take, up the alleged bill of lading
frauds growing out of the failure of
the cotton firm of Knight, Yancy &
Co., according to cotton men -who learn
ed of the arrest this evening of Fred
Scheuch in New York. Scheuch is a
member of the firm of Schuech & Co., of
Havre, France, reported to have lost
heavly In the failure of Knight, Yancy
& Co., of Alabama, and also to have
been -concerned in the failure of Steele,
Miller & Co., of Mississippi.
In our delicatessen you wiH find fresh
Home Boiled Ham.
JnckfonH Sanitary Grocery.
American Skipper Arrested.
New Orleans. L.a.. Aug. 2. Capt. W.
r innn mj:tfr nf the converted vacht
Hornet, -was arrested here on a federal'
warrant sworn out by the local repre
sentatives of Madriz. He is charged
with violating the United States neu
traMtv laws in attempting to aid in
hostilities against a country with which
the United States is at peace.
MONITION: Notice is hereby given
that there have been seized in this col
lection district, for violation of the cus
toms laws, one blue roan horse and one
brown horse, with Mexican brands, one
wagon and one set harness, which will
be sold In front of the Customs House at
10 oclock a. m., August 9. 1910. Any
one claiming the same is required to ap
pear within the time prescribed by law.
Alfred L. Sharpe, Collector of Customs.
POP PDLQ IB
(Continued from Page 5)
en with the mallets and the skill is
shown In the different positions from
which these strokes are made. The
idayers wear white riding breeches,
polo boots of russet leather, silk tunics
in the colors of their club, and a white
helmet having a steel cap, which pre
vents anyone receiving a scalp wound
while in the game. This steel cap has
prevented many players from losing
their lives, as a stroke from The mallet
is delivered with great force.
AA'Ill Be Success Here.
"I am sure polp can be made a suc
cess in El Paso." Dr. Edmunds said.
"There are enough good riders here
who will soon develop into good polo
players, that there should be no trou
hlo in arrantrinsr for a series of fast
tournament games here during the fair.
Two men that I have spoKen to since j.
came here have told me that they had
played the game and as I would play
with the team if it is organized, there
would be only one additional player to
be developed. Another team should be
organized to play the first team, which
would adso arrange games with outside
teams to be played here. I like El Paso
and expect to locate here with my fam
ily, and as I am always interested in
the game, which has been my life hob
by, I hope to be able to start it here."
Dr. Edmunds expects to remain here
several days before returning to his
polo ranch at Wilcox, Arizona, where he
will arrange his business affairs to
come to El Paso.
.fa STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
4, By Art Woods. fr
AA11ERE THEY PLAY WEDNESDAY.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
AVashington at St, Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Cleveland.
Boston at Detrol.
Dallas at Fort Worth.
San Antonio at AYaeo.
Houston at Galveston.
Chicago . . .
Pittsburg . .
St. Louis .
Brooklyn . .
IIOAV THEY STAND.
Played. AVon. Lost.
..:. ....S9 59 30
Cleveland . .
St. Louis . .
SS 52 36
. ....S6 50- 36
90 45 45
SS 44 44
.. 91 39 52
... .SS 35 o3
......93 33 60
Played. Won. Lost.
... ..91 60 31
93 56 37
Disease Germs Scattered.
Topeka, Kan.. Aug. 2. Thirteen
vials containing tuberculosis and diph
theria germs addressed to Dr. Sarah A.
Greenfield, bacteriologist of the state
board of health, disappeared from the
United States mails last Friday and a
search for them resumed in finding
the vials, open and empty. In an alley
In the west part of the city, today. The
package containing the vials was taken
out by the postman and was lost or
stolen before he delivered It. The state
board of health declines to tell exactly
where the vials wore found, fear
to rouse the neighborhood. There were
Fort AVorth .
! San Antonio .
Shreveport . .
Played. Won. Lost.
....102 60 42
102 5S 44
.....104 59 45
103 55 4S
104 52 52
106 52 54
....100 47 53
.....99 27 72
Played. Won. LoM.
32 19 13
Special Sale on Our
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
1 206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
See the New Millinery
Tomorrow, we shall make a display of 100
new fall creations in Millinery. Included in this
display is the new craze,
The Hindoo Turban
Tomorrow, in the Basement, we will
sell Green Ticket Lonsdale Domestic
that sells regularly for 12 l-2c a yard,
as a "Wednesday Extra QQ
Special, 10 3'ards for a 1 C
(10 yard Limit
Women's Pajamas '
Madras and Soiesette Pajamas,
neatly made, good range of col
orings and patterns, values to
$2.75; Extra Spe
Tomorrow Is the Last Day of Notions Sale
A "Wednesday only" special in
Women's Wash Dresses that is
not to be overlooked. There are
all kinds of dresses to choose
from, in every late style of the
summer. Materials are ging
ham, percale, Knen, Hnene and
Swiss lawn. Trimmings are of
lace and braid. Regular $12.00
wash dresses, not one worth less
than that; we make them a
''Wednesday only" special,
fHW I ill
HHMWI W B H bb
defeated Jack Donaldson, of South Af
rica, in a. 150 dash at Pontypridd,
Wales, Monday. Holway made it In
13, and $1000.
Rube AVa,ddell pitched for St. Louis
for the first time in a month in Mon
day's game with Washington. But he
was displaced by Lake in the ninth,
and St. Louis won, 5-4.
Livlns gave a fine exhibit of game
racing at Butte Monday, and won, al
though last at the five-eighths pole. It
was a thriller.
First gam-.- of the series went to
Boston at Dsroit Monday. Mullen was
wild and poorly supported.
By a shutout New York cleaned up
,the series with Boston Monday. It
was a four run one.
Only four teams remain in the West
ern association. President J. H. Shaw
Monday ordered the disbandment of
two clubs on account of poor attend
ance. At 12 to 1 Blackmate took the Mel
.rose selling stakes at JBmpire City
Monday. Superstition, 30 to 1. was
William Hinrich. Washington Am
erican pitcher, is reported to have in
fantile paralysis in a Washington hos- t
pital. Oh, you kid. J
Coombs was knocked off the slab In
two innings at Chicago Monday, and
Philadelphia lost. l-6. Hits were
Frank J. Marshall, the American
champion, drew with Duras in the 12th
-,.. j nf o infernaMnnnl rh; tniir-
ney. The leader scores: Chleicbter
-won 9; Niemzowitsch S; Duras arid
Marshall 7; Spielman 6; Chotlmirski
and Teichmann 6.
Opening of the Detroit Driving club's
26th annual blue ribbon meet, which
covers the second week of the Grand
Circuit season, was favored Monday
with racing conditions little snoix oi
ideal. Fast time was made in all the
events and the 2:05 pace brought out
the two fastest heats of the year.
4 SPOUTLETS. 4-
James J. Jeffries says he never said
he was drugged at the time of the big
fight. This note saves you the trouble
of reading a lengthy dispatch which
tells no more.
Jack Johnson says we must wait
till he says 'it.
Ed Killian. pitcher, was sold Mon
day by the Detroit American manage
ment to Toronto, Eastern league.
Sr. Louis released Ernest B. Lush
unconditionally. AA'hat's in a name?
Also, Buggs Raymon. of the New York
Giants, has been suspended. But there
are more bugs.
In a heavy hitting, lively game Mon
day, Philadelphia won at Brooklyn.
Three runs were scored in the 11th,
and Bessai. who relieved Ruckcr, was
in trouble all the time.
C. E. Holway, the American sprinter,
PAY DAY THE CAUSE
OF MANY ARRESTS
Miners Looking for a Grub
stake Strike the "Wrong
Man; Judge Is Len
ient With Of
fenders. Coincident with iie arrival of t'he first
of the month and tihe distribution of the
monthly wage among the workimr ele
ment of the El Paso, business in the
local police court has picked up to such
an extent, that the daily dispensation of
justice there the past few days, has made
that tihe busiest spot in the city. Most
of the offenders are Mexicans, but a fair
proportion of those arraigned have been
Americans. Ofncers have been kept busy
responding to calls night and day, and
up to the present time there has been
no let up.
Two Irishmen and they ere Irish
thrcugh and through .were the most in
teresting characters in police court Tues
day morning: Alike Murphy and James
Regan were the names Chey" gave. 'Jim"
was hard of hearing and judge Lea's
lungs were given exercise of unwonted
violence during the session with the pris
oners. Jhn also had a "game" Iesr, two
inches sohrter than it ought to be, and.
in 'his earnest plea to the judge, walked
over to a. sergeant and offered it for ex
amination. The sergeant declined" to
make the examination. "
Botih men were picked ud on San An
tonio street, wfaere it was charged, they
were solieitiiMT trrrm m?proKr attar-
grub-stake, Mike explained, adding that J
ne was a miner and. exmDitmg his card.
"Your "honor, we were on our wp.v to
Giobe," he explained. "We had a "loaf
of bread and a piece of bologna sausage,
and were going to walk."
"Did VOTl nefvl fiTw lieor vrm Tra- Tn
you as part of your grub stake?" the H
juoe asKea. -uiKe nung his head and
replied that they had met an old shift
boss who had bought t&em a number of
After baking a look at the hands of
both Mike and Jim -the court turned them
oyer to the police with the recommenda
tion that they be given ten hours to
leave town. Both promised faithurllv to
hike for other scenes.
Bond Is Reduced.
0. Thomas, arrested on a charge o-f vag
rancy, was-arraigned in police court Tues
day morning. He claimed to be an elec
trician, who had been here a. week, and
was looking for work. The court reduced
his' bond' from $25 to $10. and held the
case over until afternoon.
Left It To the Judge.
Tuesday morning on a charge of assault.
The complainant was his wife, who ex
hibited a bilack eye and bruised shoulders
to support her charge. On the stand she
testified that her husband supported her,
but was in the habit of whipping her.
"Do you wont. him fined V asked the
court. ''Let justice say," was the wom
an's unexpected response. The court de
cided that justice would be satisfied
wfoh $10, and imposed a fine of that
Julio Griego, a Mexican vouth arrested
on a diargc of thefit under $50. has been
transferred to the county jail. Griego
was one of the principals in the disturb
ance on Mills street Monday morning
following the alleged theft of a pair of
shoes, in which a shot wus fired bv of
ficer Havnes in an attempt to sto- one of
Styles change in framing and matting.
We do the latest style of matting.
Tutile Paint H Glass Co.
See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.