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EL PASO HERAL
Friday, September 2, 1910.
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THE SPECIALTY SHOP
No. 1 Little Plaza
San Francisco, still remains in quaran
tine with her passengers because of
the suspected case of the plague on
i Train Bulletin.
All afternoon and evening
reported on time.
Couple Married by .fnstice.
Ijrnacio Afarcia and Josefa Ochoa
were married by justice McClintock
Will Clone Labor Day.
"We tvill close our store Monday, Labor
day, at 9 a. m. All orders for delivery
that day must be in by S:30 a. m.
Jackionjs Sanitary Grocery,
v Phone 353.
The new fall styles in custom made
Thornton's, 215 San Antoalo.
Peach ice cream delivered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
Store Closes Promptly at Nine Saturday Night
Smith's ice cream is noted for its
purity and wholesomeness.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Has a delicatessen department full of
good things to eat.
Magruder is home again.
Quality and Service
TTe never set tired of talking: the Quality of the Meats
we sell. We find that exercising care throughout is I
our best investment. Customers are absolutely 9 pro
tected on Quality. When it comes to Service this mar
ket stands without a rival. ' We make no extra charge
for Quality and Service, as the following prices show:
Loin Steak, -i yJL- Home Dressed 9f
per lb I 2 C Hens, per lb AiVi,
Prime Rib -J 9JL-. 5 lb- pail ?m'e omeRKn
Roast, per lb. ... 2 C Rendered Lard l
Chuck Roast and ofi 3 lb. Pail Pure Home E C
Steak, 3 lbs iOC Rendered Lard
We will close Labor Dxy. One delivery Monday A. 3L at 9 o'clock. All or
dcrs must be in by 8:30 o'clock.
Mexicans Fined on Assault Chnrse.
Magdalena Garcia and Silvana Chav
ora have been transferred to the coun
ty jail from the smelter. Both were
convicted of assault and fined $14.45.
Choate Charges Withdrawn.
Chattanooga, Tenn.. Sept. 2. George
W. Camlee, who presented a petition
at a meeting of -the American Bar asso
ciation in this city, containing-charges
against Jos. H. Choate, of New" York,
one of the leading members of the
American Bar association, asked leave
to withdraw the petition on Thursday.
This action followed the ' reading of
resolutions adopted by the Chatta
nooga bar association expressing re
gret at the alleged attack on Mr.
Choate by a member of the local assc
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Is where you get the famous Sedg
wick creamery butter.
Dr. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
One large room, 30x45 feet over Bryan
Bros.' store. Suitable for lodge room,
business college, offices or any kind of
business. Esquire at
Amoj-, Miss., Sept. 2. Nick Thomp
son, a negro accused of criminally at
tacking a 17 year old white girl, at
Jackson, nejir here, last Saturday, waa
taken to .the'scene of the crime yesterday
by a mob and lynched. Fully 2000 per
sons participated in the lynching.
Magruder is ready for your teeth.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Removes that hungry feelin.
Ks t& c y LtJii
Police Judge Mr.kes Complaint.
Clpriano Pedragon was arrested Fri
day morning on a charge of reckless
driving. Judge Tom Lea is the com
plaining witness. He declares that
Pedragon came very near seriously (in
juring a little child.
The new fall fabrics and molt nobby
patterns in fall suitings at
Thornton's, 215 San Antonio.
Let us suggest a dainty" frozen desert.
Phone the Elite any time.
Dr. Prcntlv, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
Magruder Is at Home.
In the Plaza block busy at a dental
chair assisting humanity.
Missionaries Leave for EI Paso
3Iexlco to "Work Among the
Roswell, N. M., Sept. 2. The Chris
tian church has completed the erection
of a new room, 20x30, west of the
main church building, that will be used
for the Sunday school primary class
of Miss Bess May McClane.
Howard Hill and wife left for El
Paso, where they will locate and will
engage in missionary work among the
Chinese of that city and will go from
El Paso to different cities of Mexico.
Both speak the Chinese language, hav
ing spent several years in China.
Everybody eats Ice cream and nearly
everybody in El Paso eats Smith's ice
The nobbiest fall hats for men are at
Thornton's, 215 San Antonio.
Magrnder Ready for Yonr Teeth.
Tou'll find him In his dental parlors
in the Plaza block.
SUCCESSOR. TO ROBINSON'S MARKET
114 H. Stanton St
TOLTEC CLUB TO
0 IN FOIt GQLF
To Play Country Club Mem
bers a Game in Short
Some rude and unfeeling person has
insinuated that just because the Coun
try club had the only golf course t est I racho, T. P. survey; survey No 23.
of the Pecos was no good and suffi
cient reason whj' that club should have
all of the golf players in that same sec
tion. The base insinuation was trac
ed back to the indian dwellers in the
Toltec cliffs, who have not only veri
fied the report but have stood pat on
the assertion that all was not golf
The ontccme of the controversy Is
that the Toltec club is planning to i
play the Country club a match game
of golf a week from Sunday for mon
ey, marbles or crayon. As a number
of the crack Country club golfers be
long to the Toltec tribe and are
threatening to annex themselves to the i
team from that club, the going is ex
pected to he a bit heavy for the sub
urbanites. The dates for the annual Douglas -
El Paso golf match have not yet been
decided but will be held during the
menth of October on the local Coun
try club courts. '
lot 11, block 35, Boracho, Tex.; consid
eration S30; January 26, 1910.
jGajifc-Ssrcja tract A. T. Cellum and
wife to J. Silva. tract of land in El Paso
c-cunty, originally known as Capt. Gar
cia land; consideration ?1; September
Boracho Charles J. Canda, Simeon
J. Drake and Alphonse Kloh to the
Howard-White Land and Investment
company of Dallas, Tex., tract of land,
two and one-half miles north of Bo-
township Sj block No.. G2, containing
C40 acres; consideration 3200; August
Latta's addition, Rivera, between
Lntta and Hammett boulevard Leon
ardo Gomez and wife to Emilio "Vega,
lot 15, block 17, Latta's addition: con
sideration $250; September 1, 1910.
ColiingsTV orth survey Anna M. Da-vi-
to Charles Manzel and wife, Nos.
12 and 14, of Collingsworth surveys,
sold to W. B. Latta in 1901; considera
tion $1500; August 24, 1910.
To Sabana Aguiro, 1016 South Stan
ton, boy, Mexican, August 27.
A Real Killer.
Cartersville, Ga., Sept. 2. After kill
ing a man named Phillips, at Beasley
Gap, near this city, and wounding
five of his pursuers, one serlouslyi
William Fowler, an aged white man,
escaped to the hills. He is being pur
sued by a sheriffs posse.
Mngrnder Has Returned
Af.ter a two weeks' vacation Magru
der.the dentist, has returned. Works
for everybody but negroes.
Jaekson's Sanitary Grocery
Has Mrs. Dan Kelly's home baked
cakes fresh every morning, 75 cents
TAKES SOX OX SPECIAL
TRAIN FOR OPERATIOX.
Fort Worth, Tex., Sept. 2.
Racing against death in a spe
cial train over the Fort Worth
and Denver from Amarillo here,
A. G. Boyce, won, when, follow
ing his arrival at 9:25 this
morning, an operation was per
formed upon H. L. BBoyce, aged
30, a son, for appendicitis, and
the announcement was made by
physicians that the man is re
covering. Boyce Is a "wealthy cattleman.
The special was given the right
of way over all other trains and
a record breaking run was
made, leaving Amarillo at 12:12
Slightly Soiled Lingerie Waists
Styles worth to $2.00
(Suit Department, Second Floor.)
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Saw It In The Herald.
Through an item in Thursday's
Herald, three wrenches taken from a
Mexican arrested by the police, were
restored to the T. & P. shops, where
they belonged. The Mexican, Eduardo
Carbajal, from whom they were taken,
will be tried Friday afternoon.
Try a Roeloff hat this fall. Thorn
ton has them at215 San Antonio.
The best is never too good.
To Ed Enochs, to erect a corrugated
iron building, lots 3, 4 and 5 block 77,
Fan Antonio street, Cotton addition.
Estimated cost $150 .
Boracho X. W. Balke to T. G. Neely,
i BUCKLER BUILDING WILL
BE TWO STORIES ONLY.
The preliminary plans for the build
ing which will occupy the site of the
Klirnojl T3, rl?-l KtiilillTKy o ! TofnCT"
drawn by Trost & Trost. The build
ing vrill be only two stories high and
will be of pressed brick and of a sim
ilar design to the burned structure.
The city council ordered the walls of
the ruins torn down and the site
cleared and this will be done immedi
ately in order that the new building
may be started as soon as possible.
RUSHING NEW BANK.
Working late at night, the concrete
crew of the American National bank
building, has poured the roof of the
seven story building and the ornament
al cornice. The brick work is new
above (the first floor and the terra
cotta is being set for the second
C. L. BUlington, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Magruder, the Dentist
Is in town again and at the same old
stand, doing the best dental work for
everybody but negroes.
Mexican Committee Arrives.
Nuevo Laredo. Mex., Sept. 2. The
special delegation appointed by, presi
dent Diaz to greet the foreign delega
tions en route to take part in the
celebration of Mexico's centennial ar
rived at Nuevo Laredo today and will
await here the coming of the Ameri
can and other missions.
PART OF SEIZED JEWELRY
RELEASED TO MRS ADRIANCE
New York. Sept. 2. Mts. I. Reynolds
Adriance, of Poughkeepsie. N. Y., sim
plified the smuggling charge against
her Thursday afternoon by proving to
the satisfaction of the customs author
ities that an assortment of jewelry val
ued $100,000 which was seized when
she arrived here last Sunday, was not
It was accordingly released, includ
ing a $3000 necklace taken from her
daughter, Marion. The lot released
does not Include, however, the $6000
pearl necklace, which Mrs. Adriance
had concealed in her hat. She has not
denied that she bought the necklace
abroad and she is still under $7500
bond pending examination on a charge
HOLDS L'P RESTAURANT AT
10 IX THE MORNING.
Houston, Tex., Sept. 2. A
stranger walked into James E.
Sire's restaurant he'j, cdered
and ate breakfast, and went as
if to pay theecashier; but instad
of a purse, drew a pistol and
robb-td the register of about $50,
escaping, about 10 oclock this
Tell your teeth troubles to Magruder,
he is home again in the Plaza block.
Mngriider Home Again.
Those needing dental work can nave
same done by Magruder In the Plaza
block. Work for all but negroes.
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
We havb taken over the battery!
charging business of Mr. D. R. Sted-
ham, who Was located at the Shel-
-will do the work atl
ffztex Franklin and
PLANS UNDER WAY-FOR
RAISING BATTLESHIP MAINE
Washington, D. C, Sept. 2. Arrange
ments have been made at the war de
partment for Capt. Harley B. Fergu
son, member of the board of army en
gineers, appointed to remove the -wreck
of the battleship Maine, from Havana
harbor, to superintend the inveign-
tion into the present condition of the
Since the last meeting of the board
it has developed that at least some of
its members do not look with favor on
( the O'Rourke plans for raising the
battleship, which were explained to
president Taft this week. One member
of the board has expressed himselff
as believing the plan would noi give
the board the oportunity to determine
whether the Maine was blown up by an
explosion from without or within.
An Enforced Marriage.
Delso Arzaga ' Thursday afternoon
married Josefa Hernandez, justice Mc
Clintock performing the ceremony. The
parents of the bride, who were present
at the ceremony, were responsible for
the groom's hasty decision to marry
the girl, having threatened to file a
serious charge against him, says the
IDAHO PRIMARIES RESULT
IN GOVERNOR'S REXOMINATTON
Boise, Idaho, Sept. 2 Returns so far
received in the first direct primary
election held In Idaho indicate that
governor Jas. H. Bradj- is reelected by
Republicans over Ben O. Neil, Paul
Clarksonte and Geo. W. Fletcher, by
about 2000 majority. Burton L. French,
insurgent candidate for congress, has
swept the state, gaining the largest
of all majorities, about 5000, in his
race against congressman Thos. R.
Hamer for the Republican nomination.
Arthur M. Bowman has won the Demo
cratic congressional nomination over
John L. Sewell. Jas. H. Hawley is
nominated by the Democrats for gov
ernor by a heavy majority over John
There is a great difference In Ice
cream; you'll probably not' notice that
difference until you eat Smith's ice
UUU UOiei, 2.II
Charging ra-te 75 cents per bat
tery. We furnish batteries at 10 cents
a day, or 2.50 per monah.
Charging rate for
cents per Icilowatt.
Bell Phone 527.
AND MRS. HYDE'S
BABY BOY SOON DIES
Kansas CItj-, Mo., Sept. 2. The boy
born to Dr. and Mrs. B. Clarke Hyde
Thursday, died in about four hours.
Guarded by six armed deputies. Dr.
Hyde was taken from his cell In the
county jail to hishome after the child
had been born. He was present when It
"Well, it's all over; I suppose I had
as well go back to jail," he said, turn
ing to an officer, after the baby's
Mrs. Hyde's condition is serious. 1
she does not show improvement. Dr.
H.vde's attorneys will try to influence
judge Latshaw to permit the doctor to
make another visit to his home.
Jackson' Sanitary Grocery
Has a fresh lot of Dig. queen olives, J
ti -utuio l'w.
quality talks, El Paso
See Thornton's display of fall shirts.
All the new and most uptodate styles
in neckwear and haberdashery.
TEXAS NEWS SERVICE
HOLDS ITS ELECTION
Fort Worth, Tex., Sept. 2. With a
banquet last night, the Texas News
Sorvict annual meeting here came to an
end. The following officers were elect
ed: E. J. Kiest, Dallas Times-Herald,
president; L. J. Wortham, Fort Worth
Star-Telegram, vice president; B. C.
Utecht, secretary and general manager.
Kiest. Wortham, M. E. Foster, of the
Houston Chronicle: C. .F., Glover, of the
Waco Times-Herald, and P. E. Bossen,
of the Amarillo Panhandle, were elected
The next meeting will be held tho
second Tuesday In September of next ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chase, of Cauanea.
are guests at hotel St. Regis. Mrs.
Cla;e is a daughter or Judge and Mrs.
A. B. Fall, of this city.
El Paso Dairy milk means health and
protection to your family which always
demands your serious consideration.
Merchant Returns to Police Court.
P. H. Shallenberger, arrested a few
da3-s ago by the city police, and re
leased by judge Lea upon his state
ment that he was a New Mexico mer
chant, was in court again Thursday
afternoon, charged "with being drunk.
He pleaded guilty and was fined $3.
Not having the cash, he went to work
on the rock pile Friday morning.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Has a fresh lot of new shrimp,
cents a pint.
IM&Pfiie on Steamer.
Tokio, Japan, Sept. 2. The steamer
Manchuria, bound from Shanghai for
.J, .f. .J. .$. .. . r, .&. J. -J. . 4, .. .A. .J.
HE first After Supper Sale in our beautiful new Garment Department
on the second floor! We Ye selected for this sale a splendid lot of white
lingerie and tailored waists, the styles we have sold regularly for
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00, which have become a little soiled in handling,
and offer them at an amazingly low price. From seven
to nine o'clock thcr'll be on FC
I mr w
(Only two to each customer.)
Underprlce Toilet Necessities-Z to 9 oclock
Hinds' "Very" hair
bristles in cushion
back. Regular price
"La 'rosea cold
cream, good for
Rim burn and rough
skin. Jars worth
regularly 25, spe
cial 14 cents
face powder, the
kind that sells reg
ularly for 50c a
Rose hair oil for
softening the hair.
Regular 25c bot
e (Limit oEe.)
Tooth. Powder, v
and. preserves the
After Supper Sale
Women's Silk Hosiery
All pure silk hose, fine quality with double heels,
soles and toes, in black and all the light evening
shades and the new fall colors. Our very best $1.25
and $1.50 kinds, from 7 to 9 o'clock,
93 c a Pair
(Limit two pair.)
After Supper Sale
Men's Fall Neckwear
Xearly one hundred dozen four in hand ties, m
the wide end and. reversible styles, made of good
quality silks in good fall colors, both plain and
fancy. Regular 35c styles, from 7 to 9 o'clock,
All Day Saturday Specials
rTl HE special items in the all day Saturday sales are usually in some lit---
tie thing that you need to make your Sunday outfit complete. For
instance, tomorrow we underprice gloves and neckwear, and continue the
remarkable sale of importer's samples of the new fall veils.
$1.25 Kid Gloves, 89c 50c Chamoisette Gloves, 38c
Good quality kid gloves, the one-clasp Washable fabric gloves, in imitation
style in black and street shades. A of chamois skin, in the buff shades
regular $1.25 value, 5iOr onrT- All sizes in the 50c o o
a pair . 0C quality, a pair ? C
35c Fancy Neckwear, 25c
iSTew fall styles in the pretty things for women. Dainty cliiff on
and lace stocks and Persian and plain white tailored stocks. We
offer these smart new styles, the regular 35c values, O
all day Saturday for ! )C
Importer's Samples of the New Fall Veils
Just one of the " Popular V lucky purchases, offered to tu at half the
usual price of veils of these qualities. There are hundreds of them in the
newest styles of the season and hardly two alike.
LOT 2 Plain chiffon, net and
lace veils, and several of the sea
son's best novelty styles, in black,
LOT 1 A variety of styles in
lace, plain and fancy chiffon, and
net veils in qualities whu'h would
regularly sell up to
white and new colors.
Worth to 4.00.
LOT 3 Veils for street; carriage
and automobile wear, in finest
quality plain and fancy silk chif
fons, in styles "worth ( Q A
regularly to $6.50 . . . tP3 o4D
"High School Brand" Youths'- Suits
Usually its rather hard to find suits with long trousers, in styles to fit the
ideas of boys of 14 to IS years. This season we've made a hit with the
"High School Brand' ' suits cut with lots of style and "snap" ma'de
strongly of good strong material built to stand the athletic school boy's-,
hard wear. Bring your boy in and put one of these on him he'll like it.
The prices are froin $7.50 to" $15.00.
The new styles for men are here $16.50 to $40.00.
Men's elastic seam drawers,
made of Pepperell drill, with
elastic seams and
ankles, 50 values '
Men's knit underwear,. Otis
brand. Sea Island finish, shirts
with long or short sleeves, full
length drawers, 50c QQ
and 75c values OtC
HUSBAND KILLS HIS
WIFE AND III3ISELFF.
Dallas, Tex.. Sept. 2. Mrs.
Susie Jones, who was shot by
her husband last night, died at
1 oclock this morning- in a hos
pital. After the shootingr. the
man ended his own life in the
same manner. The were about
20 years of age. Jealousy caused
WATER VAPOR FOUND
AROUND MARS PLANET
Flagstaff. Ariz.. Sept. 2 More water
vauor in the atmosphere of Mars has
been discovered by astronomers at
Lowell observatory. A spectrogram
by observer Slipher has been measured
and yields more striking proof of thp
presence of more water vapor and
oxygen ' in the atmosphere of Mar
than previous plates-
VALENTINE MISSION SOCIETY
HAS A StCCESSFUL YEAR
New Residences To Be Erected In
Town; Children Leave for School;
Valentine, Tex., Sept. 2. The Home
Mission society of Valentine, organ
ized by Mrs. J. B. Price, of Weather
ford, Texas, has closed its first year
of existence. Membership dues amount
ing to $34. SO have been collected and
sent toMrs. R. E. Hardaway, ofNEl
Paso, she being the conference treas
urer of El Paso district of the New
Mexico conference. For parsonage
work at Sierra Blanca, $34.15 was
spent. There is ?40.00 remaining in
the treasury for local work, making a
total of $108.95 for the Income of the
society during Its first year.
Miss Birtie McAnelly. who has been
visiting at the J. R. Holland home in
Alpine, has returned. She was accom
panied by Mrs. J. R. Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neil, who have
been visiting at the P. M. Smith home,
have returned to their ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Medley have re
turned from a camping trip at the foot
of "Saw Tooth" mountain, In the Ft.
J. F. Everett, who has been visiting
Valentine friends, has returned to his
Miss Agnes O'Connor, who has been
visiting at the Kelly ranch, left for
her home in Sari Antonio.
Miss Jessie Jones and Miss Zora
Finley left for San Marcos, where they
will attend school.
Mrs. Lester Smith, who has been
confined to her home on account of
Illness, has recovered.
J. M. Stroud, of Alpine, who has
leased the H. O. Canyon range, will
soon move his family to Valentine.
D. G. Knight has rented the- Pool
place and will bring his family to
town next week. Mr. Knight has also
purchased a tract of land from "W. E.
Bell and will erect a modern residence
on It soon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dill and children
are visiting Mrs. Paul E. Shanks.
Ernest Bloys. of Ft. Davis, has tak
en a position as bookkeeper for the
Valentine Mercantile company.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brite and little
daughter, of Marfa, are here attend
nig the protracted meeting.
Mrs. Bettie Rice of Marfa is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M.
Rev. A. F. Felix, of Marfa, who has
been assisting Rev. Mr. Golighfely,
during the protracted meeting, has
gone to Ft. Stockton to fill an appqlnt
raent George W. Flache, one of Valentine-3
carpenters, has a position at Ft. Stock
ton. , .
T. S. Kingsbury. a 'prominent tattle
man, left yesterday for a business trip