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12 Thursday, October 13, 1910.
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fl & lllllll " The Store that Sells Wooltex. .. .. tttt. -i j
Made from Educator Flour and Sultana Fruit, thus combining the per
fect food rproperti.es of the wheat kernel and the fascinating flavor of
the fruit. Xofching is used hut the finest grade of Raisins, carefully
selected and thoroughly cleansed, and the best quality of creamery
Butter for shortening, thereby assuring you of an absolutely clean,
healthful and palatable fruit cracker.
40c Per Box
PEPPERMINT CHOCOLATE WAFERS
A delicious cream Wafer coated wvith tl;e finest
chocolate just received
10c and 25c Boxes
Revised Map of JSTew Addi
tion Is Accepted by
We can furnish you selected
Green Tomatoes this week for
4c per pound.
Port Lavaca Fresh
We will make a specialty of
fine Oysters this season.
35c and 50c per can
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS AND
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
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TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
EL PASO- TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods
Made, Repaired and Exchanged.
We store goods. 0pp. Postotfice, across Plaza
$03 & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPES ALL NIGHT.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
WE REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Kev and Lock Work, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York, 999
Miles, in 35 hours.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP, 20S Nortk Stanton Street. Phone Bell 139.
FOR TENTS AND CANIP SUPPLIES
Before baying get our prices. "We can save you money. Wesare manufac
EL PASO TENT AND AWNING COMPANY,
312 S. EI Paso St.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
The city's chain of parks and park
plots is to be increased by the addi
tion of a park ttract in Mundy heights
which will later be converted into a
sunken garden of the type used in the
beautification of Kansas City.
At the council meeting Thursday
morning the second revised map of
Mundy Heights -was accepted, with pro
visions referring to the straightening
of certain streets in Mundy Heights.
Included in the acceptance of the of
ficial map, which was tendered by
judge A. G. Foster and H. M. Mundy,
the whole of block four, which is on
Lawton street was set apart for park
purposes and will be converted into
a sunken garden at the suggestion of
the owner as soon as the city is in po
sition to improve the property. Com
mercial street in this addition was al
so dedicated as a street by the new
map and other streets straightened and
everything arranged for the final ac
ceptance of the map by ordinance
which will be drawn by the city at
torney. Alderman Hewitt Presides.
Mayor Kelly being absent from the
city, alderman Hewitt, who has been
filling the triple role of alderman, po
lice judge and mayor protem. pre
sided. Alderman Blumenthal was ab
sent on account of the Yom Kippur ob
servance, aldermen McGhee and Clay
ton being present in addition to the
mayor. More unsanitary houses were
recommended to be condemned by the
board of health, the city health of
ficer filed his weekly report and the
routine business of the council was at
tended to by the three men quorum.
Assistant city attorney Volney
M. Brown reported that the first prose
cution for a violation of the ordinance
of Aug. 11, prohibiting the sale of, and
keeping and exhibiting for sale of un
drawn poultry, resulted in the con
viction last Tuesday, when a jury in
the case of M. Melvin returned a ver
dict of guilty and assessed -the fine at
$15. The report stated that the evi
dence showed that the poultry had
been slaughtered for 24 hours and
were still undrawn.
Oliver Carr asked permission to have
his public auto stand in front of the
Club House cafe. The request was
granted upon the written recommenda
tion of alderman Blumenthal and upon
motion of alderman Clayton.
Foundry Dispute Settled.
"W. N. Small withdrew his petition to
have work stopped on the construction
of the Texas company's oil tanks near
the El Paso foundry. The withdrawal
Was made through the committee on
streets and grades. The construction
of the tanks, which was stopped by or
der of the council, will be resumed.
The Citj's Health.
Ir. W. H. Anderson made his weekly
report of the health department for
j the weelr ending Thursday, Oct. 13.
market inspections had been made and
414 pounds of meat condemned. A
total of 100 dairy inspections had been
made, SO slaughter houses visited, 25
milk wagons inspected. 20 meat wag-
ON OUR 40c
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
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An extraordinary suit sale
vill begin here soon. In this
ale there will be
1,000 New Fall
which will be sold at a frac
ion of their value. Further
leiails of this remarkable
ale of suits will appear to
norrow. J.Calisher Dry Goods Ca Onecrpcrata)
The store being closed today, we propose to "catch
up" on tomorrow's business. The following spec
ials are certainly seasonable and you could hardly
ask for bigger price concessions:
Evening Dresses One Special in Furs
CARR DRUG CO.
202 Texas St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
SSTEL PASO BRICK CO.SftWSS
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. O. Box 135. Prompt Delivery
HACK and BAGGAGE
1721 be p right away."
116 te 120 San Francisco St.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're tiere in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
'BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
CASH OR CREDIT
A LITTLE MONEY goes a long wa ys here.
H. L. STEWART FURNITURE GO.
316-312 Sonth StxHtoH. Bell 632; Auto. 2100
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RTJNN ING WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates. -
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
C. S. PICKRETL, Mgr.
'.06 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
Values to $22.50 for $16.95
The winter social season will soon
be on. Here is a "Friday only"
special in dainty evening dresses
that will appeal to every woman
who has any idea of ''going out"
much this winter. These are really
quisite dresses. Made of chiffon
over silkT shirred around neck and
.vaist. and trimmed with beautiful
ciiffon roses. Skirts in most cases
show a semi-hobble effect that is
ncst pleasing. Dresses come in
pink, light blue, black and white
nd styles are suitable both for the
lebutante and the young matron.
Prices range in a regular way up to
$22.50; Friday only special 16.95.
ilieadv-to-Wear Section 2d Floor)
These are genuine Black Cooney
Scarfs, in stole effect, there are
some three styles to select from.
All are trimmed with heads and
tails. Special price' for tomorrow
(Fur Section 2nd Floor)
$3.50 House Dresses
These are very dainty, yet entirely
practical, house dresses. Made of
ginghams and chambrays, in checks
and solid colors, both light and
dark colored effects. Many dresses
shew the sailor collar that is so
popular this season. Values to
3.50; Friday special $2.69.
(Ready-to-Wear Section 2d Floor)
$2.50 MESH BAGS $1.89
German Silver Mesji Bags, lined
with moire, convenient size, values
to $2.50; Friday special $1.89
$1.00 HOSE 45c
Women's Silk and Gauze Lisle Hose,
all colors, both plain hose and em
broidered effects in the lot, prices
range regularly to $1.00 pair; Fri
J.tv special 45c.
$1.50 UNION SUITS $1.19
Women's fine Ribbed Cotton Union
Suits low necked, sleeveless, ankle
length also high necked. long
sleeved and ankle length. Values
to $1.50; Friday special S1.19.
75c EVENING SCARFS 53c
Very dainty evening scarfs, in
Dresden effects and solid shades.
These scarfs have hemstitched ends.
Regular 75c values; a Friday spe
cial at 53c.
3rd Floor Friday Specials
TAKE ELEVATOR ' .
CURTAIN CRETONNES A new lot just unpacked. Come in stripes, fig
ures and Oriental designs, both light and dark colorings. Regular price
121-2c yard: Friday special 10c.
CURTAIN NETS In cream and ecru, widths to 44 inches, values to 40c
yard; Friday special 25c.
CURTAIN SCRIM Stenciled. Grounds are cream and ecru, some .pieces
have plain center with double border, other in Japanese anj Oriental ef
fects. You will find this lot of scrims entirely "different" icm any you
have seen previously. Regular price 35c yard;" Friday special 19c.
COMFORTS Filled with cotton, silkoline-covered, some of these comforts
ate tied, others quilted. Each one of them is well worth $2.00; Friday
COTTON BLANKETS 11-4 size, in white, brown and silver gray, with
fancy colored border, values to $1.50 a pair; price tomorrow 9Sc.
31-2-lb. Feather Pillows, 85c values; special tomorrow, each 69c.
Dress Goods and Silks
Embroidered Persian Tissue, in
-the new designs. 24 inches wide,
regular price 65c yard; Friday
Cape Chiffon Broadcloth, in all the
fashionable fall shades including
scarlet, old blue, emerald, golden
brown, Delft blue, taupe, cardinal,
mulberry, tan, navy and electric
blue, Copenhagen blue, gray and
black. This is a 52-inch broad
cloth; a regular $1.25 quality;
Friday special, yard 82c.
One big special in taffeta silk.
This is 36-inch warranted iblack
chiffon taffeta", medium weight,
with high luster. Should sell for
not a cent less than $1.25 a yard;
extra special for tomorrow only,
Wash . Goods and Linens
Heavy Ouling, Flannels, worth 10c
the yard; Friday special 71-2c.
36-inch Covert Cloth, all colors,
regular price 12 l-2c yard; special
tomorrow 8 l-2c.
Kimono Crepe, in Persian - and"
Japanese designs, hundreds of at
tractive color combinations to
choose from; special tomorrow,
yard 12 l-2c. v
Fancy Eiderdown, for bath robes.
Offered in a variety of designs, in
'the regular 35c quality; Friday
special, yard 25cr
54-inch Round Thread White
Linen,, in a nice weight for fall
waists. This i3 a pure linen, grass
bleached. Regular price $1.00
yard; Friday extra special 78c.
Coat Sweaters, for the little girl. It isn't cold enough, yet. for her
winter coat and yet the little-girl needs some sort of a -wrap when she
goes to school in the morning. A sweater is the solution. These sweat
ers come in gray, cardinal and blue and are prettily trimmed with some
contrasting color. Sell regularly up to 75c; Extra' Special tomorrow 59c.
(Ready-to-Wear Section 2nd Floor)
The Store that Sells Wooltex.
ons inspected. A total of 340 cattle in
spections were made, one hog being
condemned. The fruit condemned dur
ing the week amounted to 2i5 pounds,
out of a total of S95 pounds inspected..
Premises were inspected in 40 cases,
complaints were filed. in 41 cases and
three arrests made. Eight notices
Reports of sewer commissioner J. "W.
Hadlock, and of J. W. Comstock, city
sealer and inspector of weights and
measures, were received and ordered
A claim for damages to a house on
West San Antonio street was referred
to the city attorney.
Rafael Mala, owner of a dance- hall
on Magoffin avenue, in :East El Paso,
appeared before the council to explain
why his dance hall was out of line.
He was ordered not to use the hall for
dances or other assemblages until the
council could pass 'upon the safety "of
Petitions of property owners for the
improvement of River street from
Ange to Octavia and for the improve-
After working hard all sum
mer, we. the undersigned, feel
that our drivers and horses
have earned a rest, and it is
our belief that our friends and
customers will heartily agree
with us on this score.
409 South Santa Fe St.
Bell Phone 1493. Auto. Phone 1403
The Ei Paso School for Girls
Announces the opening of all regular courses. Special classes in Physical Ed
ucation and in Music are now being organized. The Principal may be seen at
any time by appointment.
1111-1115 Terrace St Sunset; Heights. Telephone 2929 31.
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Effective Sundav, October the
16th. there will be no Sunday
It is our desire that not a
single customer be overlooked
on Saturdaj-s; any telephone
orders received before 4 o'clock
will be filled.
CONSUMERS' ICE & COLD
EL PASO ICE & REFRIGERA
GLOBE ICE & COLD STOR
ment of Bassett avenue, were referred
to the streets and grades committee.
Alderman McGhee read the bills for
the past month and they were ordered
allowed. One of the bills was for
pictures of the Humane society drink
ing fountain in the Toltec triangle,
which were taken for the Internation
al Humane society, which donated the
fountain to the city.
Plumbing Law Passed.
The second reading of the new
plumbing ordinance was made by city
clerk Fassett, It amends the plumb
ing ordinance preventing the use of
one vent for two or more instantan
eous heaters, to prevent the accumula
tion of the poisonous gas caused by
the contact of the gas flame with the
cold water pipe. The amendment was
adopted upon motion of alderman
More Unsanitary Houses.
A supplementary report of the board
of health, signed by Er. W. H. Ander
son, Dr. J. A. Rawlings and Dr. L. G.
Witherspoon was submitted, contain
ing an additional list of houses which
should be condemned because of their
unsanitary condition. The owners oi
the houses and also of the lots are:
Two houses on Tenth street between
El Paso and Santa Fe streets, in the
middle of the street, owned by Emer
House on the corner of Liberty alley
and Tenth street, owned by Feleciano
Reza and the lots owned by Mrs. J. F.
Oorner of Liberty alley and Tenth
street, owned by Alvina Acosta, lots
owned by Mrs. J. F. Crosby.
No. 707 Fourth street, owned by
Nonciso Lison. Also owner of lots.
Corner of Ocampo alley and Eighth
street, two houses owned by Martin
Vasques and Ines Rey; D. Storms
owner of the lots.
No. 626 Eleventh street, owned by
Barnabe Munos; lots owned "by Aileen
No. 622 and 624 Eleventh street, two
houses, belonging to Gregoria Muelo,
lots owned by Aileen Berg.
Back of 1010 South Kansas stre-it,
owned by G. E. Porras; lots owned by
Back of 1012 South Kansas street,
owned by Beatrice Carasco; Aileen
Berg owner of the lots.
Back of 1014 South Kansas street,
Juan Grajedo proprietor of the house;
Aileen Berg owner of the' lots.
Back of 1016 South Kansas, owned
by Ramon E. Rivera; Aileen Berg own
er of the lots.
Back of 1094 South Kansas, Jesus
Gamboa owner of the house; Aileen
Berg owner of the lot.
Back of 1210 South Florence street
and back of 1208 South Florence street,
two houses owned by Mona De ia rtcsa
and Aileen Berg owner of the 1ok.
No. 101S South Florence st'-eC",
Demetrio Ramos, owner of the house;
Aileen Berg owner of the lots.
The owners of these houses were
instructed to appear before the council
Hngsrart Condemns Housrs.
A supplemental report of b.uMing
inspector S. B. Haggart condemning 15
other houses on the south side for, the
same reasons. Both reports were re
ceived and filed.
The council adjourned o n.eet Fri
day at 9:30 a. m. as a board of equal
ization, with city tax collector L. E.
Behr to hear complaints of proper-y
owners against property assessments.
Make Eaid on San Antonio
Street Rooms But Fo
A water haul was what the con
stable's office made Wednesday night
when they raided what they thought
was a real, live poker game, kitty
ante and all, over the Goldman cloth
ing store on San Antonio street. Con
stable R. F. Mitchell, accompanied by
deputy constables Brown and Finley,
and patrolman "Ware, from the city
force, raided the supposed club rooms
which have an entrance from San An
tonio street by way of a stairway at
217 San Antonio.
A chest of poker chips, two poker
tables with ample slits for the cus
tomary rakeoff of the kitty, and 15
chairs were secured in the raid, but
nary a "sitter-in. The little social
session with the poker chip attach
ment which was thought to have been
in progress, had adjourned for the
night. The equipment of one first
class poker room is now in the base
ment of the county courthouse in cus
tody of the constable.
INJURED LABORERS ARE
1 BROUGHT FROM MEXICO
Two injured Mexican, laborers ar
rived "Wednesday in Ciudad Juarez and
now lie in Providence hospital. They
were injured while working on the
Mexico North TVestern right of way
near Casas Grandes. One of the couple,
a man named Hernandez, suffers from
a dislocated spine. Details of the ac
cident are not known here.
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25c50c MWillitti ' m heists 1
axene For Floors
50c per qiart
Tuttle Paint H Glass Co.
Winchester, Remington, Savage,
Marlin and Stevens Rifles and Shot
G-uno, Febiger 22 Automatic Rifle,
Fox Shot Guns.
Many other new goods. Call and
SHELTON-PAYE ARMS CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
309 S. El Pane St.
Guns, Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
k'r-ls Saddles Harness. Cutlery Tents Ot? Paint. Etc
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES,
THE ORIGINAL jyfAJESTSC CO.
"With FRITZ FIELDS, GENEVIEVE DE LACOTJRE, and the Entire Original Majestic Co.
MONDAY, OCT 17th. y ,;
Return of Everybody's Favorites, the GLASS STOCK CO. Opening play,
BROWN OF HARVARD
A Great Cast New Scenery.
Prices always 15cF 25c, 35c; Boxes, 50c Seat Sale Now Open
Tito Shovrs Xlgktlr.
The Frank Rich Company A Splendid Organization, in
Change of Bill Monday and Thursday New Scenery and Electrical Effects.
The Greatest Show on Earth for the Money 10 and 25 cents.