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EL PASO HERALD
SPOILS OF THE WAR IN BALKANS
A GREAT ARMY OP
From Sunny South and Bleak Northwest
Come Good Things To Help Out EI Paso Menus
Spuds From Wearer Home Are Cheaper by the Sack and Apples With the Color
Guaranteed Fast Go at Tea Cents a Pound; Meats Aviate Some.
FROM the orange jfroves of Florida,
the apple orchards of the .famous
Hood river valley oi Oregon, and
the okra fields of where does okra
Srcrw. anyway? firms ana vegetables
Ire Shipped to the El Paso markets to
makele worth living three times a
day. with a little side helping from the
bUHod river apples, great big yellow
rolden Ortleys and wine colored -Arkansas
blacks are being day1 P
-f'VZ:... "", ..Wo- f fho market stalls.
. "t.-V-j i,t . mT,v ffema and heaped
up m Japanese bamboo baskets to add.
to their attractiveness. iucac-"
western jewels are selling for 10 cents
a pound. 13 a box. The Florida orange
crop is not so attractive in appearance.
l.ut the well known flfcvor is UL)lr;
Tne Deels of these eastern oranges are
as g?een as an Irish biUygoat-s whis
v and the marketmen had to cut a
?ow samples m half to prove that they
rTeally ripe. Thirty-five cents
tekes home a dozen. .
Casabas have come back from cui
.. r.nrfi tn the melon ano
f,"'t rX; ss ints a melon. Okra is
Sheip at 15 cents a pound to those who
rare for this particular variety of wild
flower. Cranberries, anticipating the
Thanksgiving rusa. have advanced to
1.'. cents a quart, regular measure, in
stead of the two for 25 Quotations of
Spud Cheaper 5j- tke Saek.
Buy spunds by the sack and tbeyj are
cheaper Potatoes are worth 2 1-2 cents
i pound, but ohly $L60 a sack- Bell
peppers are no longer 15 cents, the
election or some other economic dis
turbance boosting the price to 20 c ats
a Dound. Butter is now 86 and 40 cents
fnStead of 40 cent, straight for those
who do not demand the extra quaUty
hTl ofllmb. having heard of the elec
tionwent up from 17 1-2 to 20 cents a
PundTlachops from 20 to 25 cent
and extra spare ribs from 15 to 17 1-
cents. Liver reTaalns at the "a?!4;
poorman's lerel of 5 cents for a mess.
The result of the marketmen s elec
tion this week Is:
Fruits. M .,
Johnathan apples .3 lbs. for o
Green apples... 5c per lb., ( I lbs for c
California bellflower 10c lb.. 4 i 25c
California Peaches.. 10c lb.. 3 for 26c
($1.25 per box.)
SSS fT :v.:-::::"::v.ifcSr
Llmons-:.::.:... -2c to 30c Per do
(Wholesale, ?8J)0 per box.)
Orknees 30c to 50c per dot
?. to r
Valley pears. 10c lb, 3 lbs for Me
California grapes ... ",? J"
Quinces 6c 1 4c lb. by the box
Cranberries 15 n3 ?trals1h,t
Parsnips ,- ';-62JZ JiT
Potatoes 2 J;2 Pr lb-
(Wholesale, i.w uy sw.-w
Parsley Pr bnn
Green chili lflc per ltx. 3 for 26c
Bell pepper 20c Pr 1-
CaL Cucumbers, large ""'A
Green lima beans 10c 3 for 25c
Radishes 2 bunches for 5c
(Wholesale 30e per do bunches.)
Beets. vaUey v5ci 3 f3r J
(Wholesale, 30c jer dot bunches.)
Valley cabbage c per JD.
(Wholesale. 3c per lb-
Mountain cauliflower. 16c lb.. 2 lbs. 36c
Carrots .2 for 6e
(Wholesale, 25cper doc bunches.)
Celery 10c a stalk, 3 for 25c
(3 for 25S)
Lettuce 2 heads for 15c
Onions, green 5c bunch, 3 for 10c
Wholesale, 30c per doz. bunches.)
(Wholesale, 3c per pound.)
Tomatoes '-10c per lb.
(Wholesale $2.25 per crate)
Onions, white 5c per lb.
Turnips 5c 3 bunches lrc
New sweet potatoes 2 l-2c per lb.
Bhell pecans . ,
................ WC AD.
.......a........ dOC iO.
.... 76e lb.
,..... 26c per lb,
............ 2Sc per lb.
..ISc lb, 2 lbs. for Ma
Chestputs 36c pei- lb.
Filberts Sec per lb.
Pecans 36c per lb.
English Walnuts 2Cc per lb.
Roasted peanuts 3c lb.
Batter and Bkk
Butter, fancy grade 35c to 40c lb.
Ecrgs, Sunflower ..... .40 per doz.
KSSB. fresh JWr . 7lTrecper
S-KSS -When 60c per doz.
Walnut cheese '. 2c glass
McLaren's Imperial ....20c to 36c a Jar
Pimiento cheese 2c a glass
German breakfast cheese... 5c a cake
Imperial cheese.. ....... 16 to 35s eact)
Holland cream eheese....40c per lb.
Camembert. 3c; imported ..60c per can
Cream dairy 30c per lb.
Edam, small $1.15 each
WE SELL OKLY THE KIND WE CAN GUARANTEE. SADDLES
FOR LADLES, COWBOYS, ENGLISH SADDLES, ETC.
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
TURKISH. PRISONERS TAKES IX A BATTLE WITH THE MONTENEGRIN FORCES XBAK PODGORITZA
Copyright by National News Service.
Neufehatel 13c each. 2 for 15c
Pineapple. . .........65c and 7Bc each
Roquefort .65c per .lb.
Swiss imported 45c per lb.
Limburger 30c per lb.
Dutch Girl 49c per can
'Brick cheese ....36c per lb
Turkeys (dressed) 26c per lb.
Turkeys (alive) ...26c per lb.
'Spring Chickens (dressed) ..36c per lb.
Spring chickens (live) 30c per lb.
Chickens (dressed) 20c per lb.
Chickens (live) 30 pr. lb.
Ducks (dressed) Sic per lb.
Ducks (live) 20c per lb.
Geese (dressed) 26c per lb.
Geese (live, 22c per lb
Ranch eggs 50c per dozen
Speckled tvout 17ic per lb.
Various CaL fish 17c per lb.
Salmon ...,.22c per lb.
Sirloin steak 20c per lb.
T-bone steak..... ....25c per lb.
Round steak 1.7 l-te per lb
Chu steak , Uc per lb.
Chuck roast 12c per lb.
Rump roast 15p per lb.
Rib roast I6c per i: .
Prime rH roast ,lSc per lb.
Beef livers ,,..,,. ,10c per lb.
Cora beef ....12Uc lb.
Leg 20c per lb
Shoulders 16c per lb.
Chops 26c per lb.
Breast pieces 12 l-2c per lb.
Spare ribs 171-2c lb.
Shoulders ....'..... 17 1-2 per lb.
Leg 20c per lb.
Chops SSc per lb.
Steaks 22 l-2c per lb.
Sausage 12 1-Sc per lb
ZeHcatr en rie.
Sauer kraut. . .10c per lb., 2 lbs. for 15c
Home cooked tongue ..66c lb.
Home cooked bam ...60c lb.
Home cooked veai ......... ....66c lb.
Home cooked pork 60c lb.
Jellied tongue ..... j0c lb.
Salima sausage. Milwaukee.... 46c lb.
Cevelat sausage. Milwaukee... 40c. lb.
Head cheese. Milwaukee 49c Jo.
Liver sausage, Milxraukee 40o lb.
Ham sausage, Milwaukee 36c lb.
Blood and ton-rue sausage. Mil
waukee -iSc lb.
Kosher welner 25c lb.
Kosher Frankfurters 35c lb.
Kosher cooked corn seel ...... 40c lb.
Smoked halibut 40c per lb.
Smoked salmon... 49c per lb:
Smoked sturgeon 40c per lb.
Smoked eels .......40c per lb.
Smoked white fish 48c per lb.
Smoked bloaters Ec each
Herring milchers Sc each
Anchovies 3So per keg
Upon request of valley farmers and
fruit growers. The Herald adds to Us
market report the wholesale prices. It
is generally understood that these
prices are jUBt 10 percent more than
the produce buyers pay the farmer for
Alfalfa, wholesale $1-6.00 per ton
Alfalfa, retail S17.00 per ton
Corn, wholesale Jl.M per cwt
Corn, retail $1.70 per cwt.
Texas oats, wholesale. .-. r4L6S per cwt.
Texas oats, retail ...... ?i;? per cwt.
Chops wholesale ....... .$L6& per cwt.
Chops, retail ?L75 per-ewt.
Bran, wholesale $140 per cwt.
Bran, retail S3.M per cwt.
Chicken feeu, wholesale ..$2.26 per cwt.
Chicken feed, retail $2.50 per cwt.
MAKES SIS ESCAPE
Hayden, Ariz;. -Nov. 8. Another of
Gov. Hunt s "honor" prisoners has de
parted and local officers are on the
lookout for him. His name Is Edward1
Mitchell and he escaped from the con
struction gang on the Ray-Globe -road.
He is an Englishman and was.-Keld in
the prison on a char A of bujglary.
The gun shoot held' in jBayden by
members f the association: resulted in
high score for Cook, who.-got 15 out of
25 blue rocks. The membership of the
local association is bont 40 now and
many prospective members are wait
ing to join. Thje--Ray sportsmen have
organized a sifliilar club and are con
templating -coming to Hayden in the
near futupe" for the purpose of putting
theirskTll against that of the local
Put a porous plaster on the cheat and
take a good cough syrup internally if
you would treat a severe case of sore
lungs properly.' Get the dollar .size
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND STRUP.
With each bottle there is . free HBR
RICK'S RED PAPPER POROUS PLAS
TER for the chest. Sold by Scott White
& Co , three stores.
G. H. THEN
Want the Railroad to Re
new the Contract that
Has Been in Force.
A vote of conductors and brakemen
employer en the Southern Pacific
system between New Orleans and Bl
Paso is being polled to determine what
action shall be taken regarding the
refusal of the road to renew their Old
contract, which has expired. Accord
ing to information tne vote promises
to be overwhelmingly in favor of de
manding that the Harriman system I
come to terms and may result In more '
than 1000 conductors and brakemen
goinc on a strike, if terms are not
About a week has already been con
sumed by the Order of Railyay Con
ductors and the Brotherhood of Rail
way Trainmen in ascertaining the
sentiment of their members by vote.
It is expected the polling will be con
cluded in the course of the next day
or two. The results will then be
placed before the Southern Pacific of
ficials and if refusal Is again given to
renewal of the contract -Jb. stride "flli
probably be called.
Curtis Is In Charge.
Negotiations for pie railroad men
are in charge of 3. P. Curtis, vice
president of the Order of Railway Con
ductors and George Waid, assistant
general manager for the Harriman
lines In Texas, is acting for the South
ern Pacific Renewal of the contract
has been up for some time. Mr. Cur
tis having spent considerable time in
Houston in conference with railrad of
ficials. In the old contract a stipulation
prorides that men be given a rest of
fourteen and a half hours in their
home towns between runs. Another
clause governs the seniority of con
ductors In regard to promotion from
"Want Old Clauses Included.
The railroad employes wish these
two clauses again included In the
contract, a. request, which it is said,
the railroad has refused to grant.
Other concessions are also being
asked for by the employes in the new
contract, but they are more particular
that the two old clauses be incorpor
ated. It is claimed by conductors that
George Waide drew up' the old con
tract when he was a member of-their
organization and that now that he is
an official he is seeking to repudiate
his own ideas.
Of the Southwest
C. A. Smith, conductor on the S.
H. D. Ashley, conductor on the S. P.,
has reported for duty. ,
H. A. Dooley. conductor on the S. P.,
has reported for duty.
F. E. Cart, brakeman on the S. J?'.,
has reported for duty.
Ellis 'Johnson, conductor on the-Santa
Fe, has reported for, duty.
A. Binkley, brakeman en" the S. P.,
has reported for duty.-"
C. A. Withers, switchman on the G.
H., has reported foVluty. ;
C. P. Boiler, switchman for the Santa
Fe, has reported for duty.
E. W. Gottia. brakeman on the G. H.,
is layins-'off for a few -days.
F. 3t. Jackson, brakeman op the
Santa Fe, has reported for duty.
kj. IL Ray,, passenger conductor on
e S. P., has reported for duty.
Pumper Hunstetter. of the S. P.. at
Separ, has resigned fzvom the service.
Harry Armstrong, switchman on the
G. H., has resigned from the service.
Switchman Willard, of the Santa Fe,
is laying off oncacebunt of being sick.
Thad MoBsman, engineer for the
Santa Fe at Deming,- has reported for
J. W. Moran, brakeman on the G. IL.
is working on passenger for a few
F. R. Lattimer has taken a position
as clerk in the auditor's office of the
T. W. Cartwrlght. brakeman on the
G. H.. Is now working for a few trips
T. C. Russel, switchman on the
Santa Fe, has reported for duty, after
a short layoff.
RoadmaBter Flack, of the Santa Fe.
at San Marcial. is visiting in El Paso
for a few days.
W. Clark has a position as brake
man on the G. H.
E. Langston. switchman on the G.
H., has been assigned to a regular job
on the night shift.
F. J. Mackie, trainmaster ,for the
Santa Fe at La Junta, Colo , is in El
Paso attending court
H. R. Payne, brakeman for the S. P.,
Is now -working on the G H Tor a few
days, in temporary service.
W. H. Williams, formerly a switch
man for the joint terminal at Atlanta,
has been assigned to a regular .run be
tween 1 Paso and Lordsbur?-
3iC G. Paden, company doctor for the
Southwestern at Garrlzozo, has left
for an extended visit to the eajt.
Sam Marner, stationary fireman in
the Southwestern shops at El Paso, is
laying off on account of being sick.
C. E. Messenger, conductor on the
5. P.. has been assigned to a regular
run between El Paso and Lordsburg.
B. C. Webber and G. C Stevenson,
brakemen on the S. P., have reported
for duty, after being off for several
N. E. Workman, of Springfield, 111.,
is in El Paso visiting his brotherinlaw,
switchman J. J. Armstrong, of the
Road engine 35S is now being used as
a switch engine by ther Santa Fe at
Deming. while the 3S6 is. undergoing
-Mrs. McNease, -wlfe-of switchman Mc-
isease of the S. P., at Lord6burg, has
returned home, after a very short 'visit
to El Paso.
D. W. Montgomery and Horace Jones,
operators for the T. & P brought home
I 69 ducks as the result of a hunting
' trip last week.
! T. M. Jones, formerly an operator
1 on the Oregon Short Line, has a posi
j tion as operator on the'S. P. and is
now stationed at Cambray, N". M.
I Mack Mahoney. formerly an operator
on the Southwestern at Pastura. has
; taken a position as. operator with the
. S. P.. and is now statlnnwl at Aftnn
Will Rogers, engineer on the S. P.,
who has been working on the Ioeal for
some time, is now back at work on
through freight between Bl 7aso and
John Young, brfckeman on the G. JL.
who has been working on passenger
for a few trips, is now back at work
C R. Palmer, brakeman on the G.
H., is now working in the place of
brakeman J.'V. Dowtin, while the latter
is working as conductor.
I T. Robey, fireman on the T. R, has
returned from a short trip to Del Rio.
where he went to attend the funeral
of his pother. He was accompanied
home by his wife
Frank Myers, passenger engineer for
the Santa Fe at RIncon, is in El Paso
to visit his daughter. Miss Mabel
Myers, who is seriously ill In" Hotel
Dieu with typhoid fever.
Paul Clark, brakeman for the Chino
Copper company at Santa Rita, N. IL,
has resigned from the service and is
now located in El Paso.
J. A. Shumaker, yardmaster of the
Texas A Pacific, has resigned and will
go to Great Falls. Mont, where he has
a position with the Northern Pacific
J. C. Vernon, switchman on the G:
H. at El Paso, who has been working
at Sanderson for a few days in tem
porary service, has returned to El
A. C McClintock. brakeman on She
Southern Pacificat San Antonio, Isyvis
itlng friends in El Paso rar a feaRays,
after which he intends toarTo Cali
fornia for a 30 days' vlsl
Fireman Trlnklc of2he T. P., is en
joying a visit feonfhis father, who
was section foreman for the Santa V
at San Marcjarfor soms time, but Is
now locateTt Derby, Kas.
J. EJhnson, night herder of the
A V fine hA0n snnAtntul tAmnniir
. "dflimster. G. X. Yancey, day engine
Sroetmnnj aniw.Ae Tnlin.An .....1 T
'J'feunn succeeds Yancey, J. M. Gibson
E. B. Lee and wife have left for
Portland, Ore., where Mr. Xee has taken
a position as clerk in the superintend
ent's office of the a P. Mr. Lee for
merly worked as clerk in the auditor
office of the Southwestern at El Paso.
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MY DF BORDER
Men Petition For a Hike
Which Will Take Regi
ment to San Antonio.
The Third cavalry -wants to leave J?t
Bliss and go to Sai Antonio. The men
have filed a petition aarffog that they
be sent on a hike so that they can get
to San Antonio, before Christmas. Sev
eral of them call that city homei and,
besides, the men -wrthfe regiment think
they have done more.ajemTer duty than
men of other regime. They point
to tWprfact that this- regiment .has been
on he Mexican border three times
since thecivil war. -
The Twenty-second infantry is still
at target practice on the rifle range,
beyond the chmp, and it " is expected
the men of the Eighteenth will have an
opportunity to show what they can do
to the signboards some time before the
end of the present month.
Ducharm Gets Kicked.
Peter Ducharm, a private In E troop,
of the Second cavalry, got his face
mixed up with the heels of his horse
and as a result he is minus several
teeth. The accident occurred at the
post on Thursday morning. His lip
was cut and- he had six sOches taken
in it, but that didn't seem to worry
him, for he smiled about it
Capt S. M. KocherapeKger is on duty
again a regimental adjutant after
having been gone for several weeks to
attend the funeral of his mother in
The officers are to have a hop in the
post hall on Friday night These
dances are invitation affairs.
Band Concerts Nightly.
Band concerts are given in the
Twenty-second infantry camp every
evening by the regimental band, and
the Second cavalry band entertains
that regiment the same way. Popular
airs are played and the men crowd
around to hear the latest music.
There have been no promotions in the
Third cavalry a! nee the five companies
of that regiment hare been stationed
here: However, the other regiments
have been making up for it by promo
tions in their ranks. The recent ones
Second cavalry Cook Richard H.
Rainville, to sergeant; lance corporal
Robert Ray. to corporal both of these
are of troop M: privates John W. Pen
nington. Jack B. Hasan and Wilbur E.
T.ockard. -'of trooo E. have been ap
pointed corporals; lance corporal John J
poral Henry G. Ponder, of troop D, has
been promoted to be sergeant and cor
poral John Matl. of troop G, has been
promoted to be sergeant
Twenty-second Infantry In company
E, corporal Louis C. Sauter has been
promoted to sergeant, and private Jo
seph Zavidsky has been promoted to be
corporal; corporal Joseph W. Gilliland
has been promoted to the post of ser
geant and lance corporal Samuel M.
Prentice has been made corporaL
Eighteenth infantry Private Thomas
Hale, of company D, has been appointed
corporal. In company A, corporal
i Claude Fenner has been promoted to
the post of sergeant, and in tne same
company privates Geo. A. Robbins, Wm.
E. Stlltzer and Elbert Tcobblns have
been appointed corporals.
Private Frank Williams, of company
B, of the Twenty-second. Infantry, who
lost a leg as the result of being run
over by a train at Fort Hancock sev
eral months ago, is still confined m the
First sergeant Paul Schiekram, troop
M, Second cavalry, entertained the
married noncommissioned of the regi
ment and their wives at his home, at
his new quarters, on Sandy Drive, in
cavalry camp, Wednesday evening. No
vember S. A muaittKl program was
.rendered by the troop orchestra.
The Hotel St Regis Is being redeco
rated for the fall and winter business.
The interior of the lobay is being
tinted and all of the 80 rooms in the
hotel decorated and new carpets placed
in the rooms and halls.
Declare War an. Colds.
A crusade of education which aims
"that common colds may'beeome un
common within the next generation
has been begun by prominent New
York physicians. Here is a list of the
"don'ts" which the doctors say will
prevent the annual visitation of the
"Don't ait in a draughty car."
"Don't sleep In hot rooms."
"Dont avoid the fresh air."
"Don't stuff yourself at meat-flme
Overeating reduces your resistance."
To which we woulddtl wheR you
take a cold get r1abf it as quickly as
possible. To accomplish that you will
find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
most excellent Sold by all dealers.
Pink and White
Cocoanut Cream Bar
15c a pound.
"FOLLOW THE CROWD."
The Stare BeautifuL
mail 15 cents extra for postage.
The Higher the Civilization the More Paint Is Used
And we find that El Paso uses a higher propor
tion of paint than most of the towns in her ctess, for
most of the residences are ke,pt neatly painted, and
our Imperial- Paint is the one mostly used. $2.25
Tuitfe Paint and diass Co,
210-212 N. STANTON
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EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
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