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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, September 1, 1914
, Howard Fogg
MRS. HOWARD FOGG
HIWARD FOGG and Ben Carlos,
with their educated animal act
are making a big- bit and ap
parently a lot of money up in the
Pacific Northwest at the present time.
They mean to continue playing that
section until the opening of the Panama-Pacific
exposition at San Fran
cisco, -when they will take the show
to the fair for a year.
This Is the show which Don Carlos
exhibited at the Airdome in El Paso
for two weeks last year; the show
where the monkeys and the dogs kept
hotel nid did many other things al
most human. It 'was one of the best
performances ever seen here and Mr.
t"ogg purchased a bait interest in it:
se eral months ago he disposed of
Tiis TA Paso and Rio Grande valley in
terests and went to the northwest to
Join Don Carlos.
ilrs. Fogg has purchased an edu
cated horse and is now offering the
best feature attraction of he show,
according to the newspapers.
The Morning Astorian at Astoria,
Oregon, recently said:
The Don Carlos and Howard Fogg
Educated Animal circus opened strong
at the Columbia theater Sunday, but
last night's offering capped the cli
max, when it comes to wonderful and
The program is in two parts. Red J
RANGE FINE UND
CUTTLE USE FS
Conditions in the Balmorhea
Country Are Excellent,
Balmorhea. Texas, Sept. 1. Heavy
rains hae fallen during the past week
throughout the Balmorhea country,
insuring fine winter grass. Range
cattl are reported to be fat and in
excellent shape for going into the win
ter. Local cattlemen look for a rec
ord year and with prices up they ex
pect greater returns than yet known
in th.s country.
Skip Horses and Mules.
"Walter Bolton and H. Foster of
Fort Davis, have shipped three car
loads of horses and mules to Fort
"Worth The shipment was made from
Tovahiale and Messrs. B'lton and
Foster accompanied the shipment.
Branding of calves on the Kountx
ranch has been completed. The crop
was an unusually large one.
GRADED PERSIAX MIEBP ARE
SHIPrBD FROM FORTALES
Tortiles, N 31, Sept 1 J. F. Jones
has shipped two cars of Persian sheep
to Kansas City, which will be dis
posed of to breeders for distribution
1n ATiouri and Nebraska. There are
still about 1300 head of these sheep
on the Jones ranch.
STOP SUFFERING FROM
Ho I nlflriUrinH I i CtftiV
Tf Astbmador does not instantly re
l.eve the very worst attacks of Asthma,
Bronchial Asthma and the Asthmatic
"mjitoms accompanying Hay Fever
lour money will be returned, is the
terms upon which Kelly & Pollard an
nounce they are selling Dr. Rudolph
Schiftmann's Asthmador and Atsraador
Cigarettes. No matter how inveterate
or obstinate yonr case, or how often
or violent the attacks. Asthmador will
instantly relieve you, usually in ten
seconds but always within fifteen
These Druggists have been authorized
1 the Doctor to sen every package of
his Asthmador on a guarantee to return
the money in every single case where it
does not give instantaneous retlef, or is
not found the very best remedy ever
used. Tou will be the sole Judge your
self and under this positive guarantee
r-v Kelly & Pollard absolutely no risk
is run in buying this remedy.
Persons living elsewhere will be sup
plied under the same guarantee by
their local druggist or direct by Dr. R.
Schiffmann, St Paul, Minn. Adv.
Ask. for catalog and full particular!
Write today to
ST4TE DENTAL COLLEGE
DALLAS .... TEXAS
Has Dog Show
a Horse Expert
Riding Hood, the most extensively
educated Arabian horse in the world,
and her owner and trainer, Miss Fogg,
in the first part and the dog and
monkey hotel in the second.
"To over estimate the value of these
attractions as entertainers is an im
possibility. Bed Riding Hood Is truly
educated. She is an attraction Itself.
At the word of her trainer. Margaret
Fogg, Red Riding Hood does things
that have only bsen attempted by
other 'high school' horses.
"King Pharoh was here and accord
ed great praise. Red Riding Hood
eclipses King Pharoh in practically
everything. She spells, adds, watts
table, tells ages, gets mail, and as
sumes wonderful poses on the in
stant of the command and without a
perceptible cue. Miss Fogg's distinct
speaking voice carries clearly to every
part of the house and her perfect ease
Deiore tne xoouignis wim ner pei
makes one wonder that she is the only
woman on the American stage today
with such an act. Reiterating, Red
Riding Hood is an attraction by it
self Mr. Fogg and Don Carlos have par
chased a private car and they travel
and carry all their pets In this car.
They have staterooms in the car
where they sleep and eat while on the
road and even when making their
stops in the cities, so they live as com-
fortably as If at home.
GOOD SALES AT
Cows and Calves in Active
Demand; Lamb Cr;op
Marfa. Texas, Sept. 1. Renewed ac
tivity in cattle buying is noticeable
in the Marfa country, several good
sales having been made during the
Ben Pruett has purchased 400 cows
and calves and 180 dry cows from W.
T. Love and will put them on his ranch
George Howard, buying for EI Paso
shipment, has purchased 237 calves
from Buck Pool. The calves were
shipped to the El Paso market.
G. B. Sutherlin of the Ruldosa
country, has 2500 head of sheep and
reports the lamb crop this year ex
cellent. i CATTLE RAISERS
Alpine. Texas. Sept 1. The Texas
Cattle Raisers' association is the larg
est organization of its kind is the
world, according to president J. D.
Its total membership has reached
2750, embracing some of the wealthiest
individual stockmen and firms in
Texas. Oklahoma, Kansas and New
Mexico Nearly 500 new members
have been added to the association in
thi Tiast ftiv monthR and it is exnectd
I in another six months every cowman
1 in the southwest. large or small, will
j be numbered among the membership.
The association devotes its efforts
the advancement and protection of
the livestock industry. It Is out of
debt and pays all its own expenses.
MANY CATTLE ARE
DROWNED IN FLOODS
Tombstone. Ariz.. Sept 1. While
stockmen of Cochise county are rejoic
ing over recent rains which mean a
great amount of fall feed, there is some
tendency to complain because so many
cattle' have bogged down in marshy
ground and died before they could be
discovered and extricated. Besides, a
number of cattle and horses have been
drowned in floods which have come
suddenly down the creek bottoms.
G. Choate reports the loss of 10 head
of cattle and one horse. They were
drowned in Turkey creek.
FREE OF TICKS BUT
MUST BE SENT BACK
Phoenix. Am.. Sept 1. The Mex
ican cattle smuggled across the line
near Nogaies a few weeks ago were
not infected with ticks. This report
was rendered to the livestock sanitary
board by Dr. "W. E. Severn, state vet
erinarian, after a thorough examina
tion. Nevertheless thecattfe, which
number between 400 aBH set are to
be shipped back to their original
owners in Mexico. They came from
districts where ticks exist and were
not dipped when brought across the
international line. In"
NEW MEXICO MEN
BUY MEXICAN CATTLE
N. St. Sent 1. XC n vr
man and Frank Goodin of Ros well
have received a large Joint shmlnt
?.f He trSm Sonra. Mex, thet
tle having been delivered at UkJmImm
mu ranch at Mesqulte. S-o-
G000 HEAD OF STOCK IS
SOLD BY S. CROSS OUTFIT
Lake-wood, N. M.. Sept l.tt s re
ported that the S. Cross outfit has sold
to John Dorsey of Canadian. TexaZ
C00 head of cattle. The steers aS
calves will be delivered at an eartv
date. It is said, while the final de
livery is to be made within a vear.
Thmc:Ki!.n'an "general manager of
the S Cross outfit, which is one of
New Me"-OPerat'DB m "'-"n
Cattlemen Say Conditions
Never "Were So Promising
For a Good Winter.
Midland Tn s.f i W T. Crier,
who has returned from a visit to his
ranch. 45 miles south of Midland, says
he has never seen finer grass than that
on the Edwards. Aycock and other
ranches in his section. The areapf
sron cm,Do t.A ..... a-mAi all the
way to Midland and is a guarantee for
a fine cattle mnn
J- J. Henderson was here this wee
from his ranch near Odessa and says
the range in that section is in the best
possible shape. He also reports con
sirable activity in cattle deals by
Ector county cattlemen. He closed
a deal while there for S0 calves at
W. M.Schrock has sold to C A.
Goldsmith 100 calves at 100 around.
George Reynolds of Fort Worth has
bought the Ector county ranch of Will
N. "WaddelL The deal included ranch,
cattle, horses and other property, but
the terms were not made public
RISE IN PRICE OF k
SUGAR DUE TO WAR
Loss of the beet sugar crops in Eu
rope is given as the real reason for the
advance In the price of sugar by the
American Sugar Refining company,
through its agent, Edgar Held, in El
A circular letter has been received
by the local broker, giving the Sugar
Refining company's reasons for the in
crease. The letter says that it sells less
than 40 percent of the refined sugar
used in the United States and that it
does not own an acre of sugar land and
does not produce a pound of raw su
gar. The letter states that the company
is entirely dependent upon the'-jsugar
crops from Porto Rico. Hawalc- the
Philippines. Java and other sugar pro
ducing countries. The normal beet su
gar crop of Karope is 8.000.000 tons of
refined sugar each year. Of this
amount Germany produces 1,738,000
tons; Austria, 1.719,000 tons; Prance.
86O.M0 tons; Russia. 1,750.000 tons; Bel
glum, S30.0M tons: Holland. 230.000
tons, and other European countries
6.00. This total of 2.254,700 consti
tutes about 45 percent of the world's
total supply, the letter says.
The effect of the war has been to
cause a serious loss to the European
crop and has caused a tremendous ad
vance in the sugar prices of all Eu
ropean ports. The demand for raw and
refined sugar in the United States has
also Increased and the company says
that it has been MmrtfllMl tn r-niu, hA
price of refined sugar to an amount
corresponding to the Increased price
which has to be paid for the raw su
gar. The circular letter closes with a hope
that the price of sugar will drop as
high prices cause a redaction in the
consumption of sugar.
TO BUILD CONCRETE
ROADWAYS AT FORT
Concrete roads and drives are to
be built at Fort Bliss at once. Capt
. E. Hunt the brigade quartermas
ter, has let the rantrapt nv 1A 9AA
worth of concrete roads, drives and
cement walks at Fort Bliss to b con
f,ruted this falL Jennings Woods,
of El Paso, were given the contract
and grading work will start on the
concrete roadway in front of the offi
cers' quarters and enlisted men's bar
racks at once. With the exception of
the block of experimental roadway on
the smelter road, the fort roads will
?eheof,rst be built ot concrete
In HI Paso.
A broken pump at the artillery
range prevented the sixth artiHery
battalion from going to the range
Tuesday morning for its anntni tar
get practice. The pump supplies water
from a driven well and it will be
necessary to repair it before the prac-
Vi w.the beavr pieces -
The battery now expects to leave for
the new targent range Thursday.
CoL Omar Bundv. th nw t....
er of lstu nntry. Is expected to
arrive Thursday from Newcastle. Ind,
where he has been spending his leave
of absence. He will assume com
mand of the ltth which is encamped
at Camp Cotton.
Itulldiur Permits. N 4
To X S. Calhoun: to build brick ten
ant house. Park street: cost J 2500.
To City Sign company, to erect elec
tric sign; cost 335.
To C D. Pollock, to make repairs 3JS
S. El Paso street; cost 3500.
EI Paso Heights-El Paso Heights In
vestment company to Dane Spebar. lots
13 to IS, block 85; lots 2 to 12. block 8,
El Paso Heights addition; considera
North side of Montana, between Stev
ens and Travis John H. Bavin to H.
K. Cantrill. lots 17 to 20, block 3. Gov
ernment Hill addition; consideration
North side of Hamilton, between Park
and Ord First Mortgage company to
Jose de la Lux Blanco, lots 5 and 0.
block 2S. Grand View addition; consid
North side of Madera, between Madi
son and Marr Florence F. Dwyer to S.
C McVey. lots 31 and 32. block 2,
French addition: consideration 10.
North side of Hamilton, between Ord
and Byron Albert Goodloe to Walter
IL Scott lots 3 to 6. block 42. Grand
View addition: consideration S2S06.
North side of Cumberland, between
Bowie and Crockett Government Hill
company to H. T. Etheridge. lots 29 and
30. block 55. Government Hill addition;
North side of Madera, between Marr
and Madison Florence F. Dwyer to S.
C McVey, lots 31 and 32. block 29.
French addition: consideration $19.
2S82-Genevieve Morrison. 914 N.
Florence, five passenger Ford.
2553 L. M. Harrison, 406 Arizona,
five passenger Ford.
Juan Martinez and Petra Salazar,
both or El Paso.
Morion Nevas and Recardo Jlmlnez,
Dotn or ei paso.
Lazaro Durango and Maria Seanez,
both of El Paso.
Jose Hernandez and Aurella Avila.
both of El Paso.
George P. Bower and Sophie Kelfer,
both of EI Paso.
N. Escabedo and Sara LarrL both ot
To Mrs. Paulvio Vilhneno. 797 El
Paso street: Aug. 22.
To Mrs. Guadalupe Esperza, 2294 Bas
sett street: Aug. 17.
To Mrs. Salvador Murillo, 1117 Juarez
street: Aug. 24.
To Mrs. Gregario Paladoe. 9SS Juarez
street; Aug. 27.
To Mrs. Francisco Parragaa. 701
Campbell street; Aug. 2L '
To Mrs. Fosenes Alvarado. 791 Chi
huahua street: Aug. 29.
To Mrs. Charles A. DonneU, 1927 Ari
zona street: Aug. 29.
To Mrs. Puenedlct Villa, 912 St Train;
To Mrs. Manuel Casteneda. 594 Vir
ginia; Aug. 24. '
To Mrs. Carlos Chavez, 1918 Camp
bell; Aug. 22.
To Mrs. Manuel Gandln.98 E. Sec
ond street: Aug. 29
To Mrs. Pascual Sierra. 409 S. Camp
bell. To Mrs. Tomas Encisco 718 El Paso;
To Mrs Jesus Cisneros. ITS El r.iso,
its imnuG.ii.iz i ffjtie
New Pope, It Is Believed,
Will of Necessity-
Be an Italian.
tome, Italy, Sept. 1.
man nmvh u. .
The old Ro
tne conclave expecting to be pope al
!" leaves as a cardinal. Is being
recalled as the college of cardinals
J s to choose a successor to
'" e us X.
I At 730 iMt evening, cardinal Delia
.'Pje, the papal chamberlain, closed
me lnaMedoor to the conclave hall in
whfh the college of cardinals Is gath
ered. Outside stood the governor and
the marshal of the conclave.
Will Be Sealed Up.
Not until a new pope has been
chosen by ballot will the doors be
opened or any intimation of the pro
ceedure inside be known. All the
telephone wires leading into the edi
fice have been cut with the outside
world. Great crowds have gathered
in the square outside St. Peters and
evT eye is focused upon the chim
ney ot the Sistine chapel. If smoke
should arise from it it will indicate
that no pope has been elected. The
smoke will b from the burning bal
lots with. which has been mixed a lit
Should a pontiff be elected, work
men will immediately break in the
doors and the cardinals will repair
to the balcony of St Peters and pro
claim him. Shortly afterward the
pope himself, if custom is followed,
will appear in the gallery of St
Peters and bestow the papal blessing.
Nobody Can Guess.
There is not the slightest hint of
who will be the new pope.
The patriarch of Venice himself
neither sought nor expected the elec
tion in 1903. and his successor may
quite as likely be found outside those
who have been most talked of as the
That he will be an Italian has be?n
regarded as almost a certainty, for
the state of affairs throughout Europe
is said to make it more desirable than
ever that the church should not de
part from Its traditions. But there Is.
from the American side, a possibility
that the tradition might still be main
tained and at the same time an Amer
ican citizen be elevated to St Peter's
throne. This would be In the case of
the election of Diomede Falconio. Ital
ian by birth, who was for many years
a missionary in America and then
papal delegate to the United States.
and who became a naturalized Amer
ican citizen during his residence
Cardinal Falconio is, however, only
one of several logical candidates and
only one of many possibilities.
Following are some of the names
that have been mentioned, with brief
Cardinal Seraflno Vannutelll. the
dean of the sacred college, was born
a year earlier than, the late pope, but
at 89 he is still young in years in
comparison with a number of his col
leagues. In reality, however, he has
aged greatly since 1993. when he was
talked of as a successor of Pope Leo
XIII. Today he is almost blind, stone
deaf, and in such a low state of health
generally that he has been less seri
ously discussed at the present time.
Another of tbe Vannutelll Family.
The -Vaonutelli family is the only
one which has two members in the
cardinalate Vincent Vannutelll. a
brother of the dean, is quite as promi
nent Under Pius X he held the pre
fecture of the apostolic signature
which is -the court of last appeal" 'n
all questions relating to marriage un
der the Catholic laws. He is now 78
years old. In the United States he
was greeted by thousands of Cath
olics in many cities during his tour
ot that country in 1910. On this tour
he delivered an address at the coop
eration of St Patrick's cathedral 'in
Cardinal Martinelll is even better
known in the United States, where he
was papal delegate from 1S9C-1992,
previous to the service of cardinal
Falconio at Washington. He is S
years old and under Pius X he was
prefect of the congregation of rites.
Cardinal Agliardi. the sub dean of j
the sacred college, is the eldest among
those who have been mentioned as i
possibilities. He is now in his 83rd
year, so that consideration of his name
could not be taken seriously without
Involving the danger of a short pon
tificate. Opposes Liberal Views.
Cardinal Gotti. who is also a year
older than was the late pope, was one
of those prominently mentioned as a
successor to Leo XIII, when It was
urged both for him and against him
that he- was a strict conservative
churchman, said to be opposed to lib
eral views as exemplified In America.
He Is the son of a dock laborer In
Cardinal Gasparri has been held In
high regard for his learning. He is
the most eminent of the church canon-'
ists. having lately completed the codi
fication of the canon law of the
church, an orderly arrangement of the
entire body of laws. If elected, it is
said he would be another Leo XIIL
Cardinal Matfi. the archbishop of
Pisa, was once a newspaper man. He
is a noted astronomer and has writ
ten many volumes on the subject Ha
is a native of Corteolona and is In his
jath year. Pius X frequently invitei
r.lm to Rome to remain in an official
capacity, but the people of Pisa begged
him to stay with them and he heeded
Cardinal Ferrata. secretary of the
congregation of the holv office, is in
high favor among tbe theologians !t
has been said -he would be the near
est possible duplication of the late
pontiff. He is in his 6th year and
one of the few surviving members of
the college raised to the cardinalate
by Leo XIIL
Building Permits For
August Exceed $200,000
During the month of August 79.
puilding permits were Issued at the
local office, totaling 3217.410. This Is
one of the biggest months of the pres
ent year. The largest permit issued
was that to the St Patrick church,
which was 375,000.
BOYS ARRESTED ON
CHARGE OF THEFT
Five messenger boys were arrested
by tbe police Tuesday, charged with
theft The boys taken i-ito custody
were Adolph Teller. Ernesto Garcia,
Jim Blanchard. Francisco Lopez and
It is alleged that the boys took
some tools and inner tubes from an
automobile belonging to P. M. Rig
don, whose machine was stolen last
eek and later abandoned near the
smelter when It became mired In a
Jesus Tellez. alao was arrested bv
the police, charged with receiving
stolen property, it 1 eing alleged he j
bought the stolen articles from the I
KANSAS CITY FURNISHES
MOST OMEN CONTESTANTS.
Kansas City, Mo. Sept L With one
exception only Kansas citizens were '
cpntet-ints in the second round of the
Missouri vallev women's championship
tourmment here Miss Alice M. Pren.l
ergast St LoUi opposed Miss Ell.n
1 ?" Kanas Cit while Miss Petr--
who is but a school girl, was expected
to give Miss Prendersast a hard fifcht
ine cilleries fit disappointed at the
"'" " "al nf M, .... Lesley La- Hnni. ,
' i.'iui' Who u ls expected to I ij
' i iu,0u i .- itie chami! nt ; J
"SobreLasOlas" to BeRen-
dered at Cleveland Square
-Sobre Las Olas" (Over the Waves),
the famous Mexican waltz, will be
one of the musical features at the ISth
infantry band concert in Cleveland
acinar. Tuesday evening. The legend
I of Mexican music is that when Rosas,
I the composer of the wonderful waltz
I song, died in Europe, a Mexican or
chestra WaS Sent tuminm; iu
bodl home and that it played -Sobre
Las Olas" each evening at sunset as
the body of the dead composer was
carried over the waves to his native
""Thecomplete program for Tuesday
evening is: ii..
March. "Charge of the Battery"
rt B. xlaw
Overture. "Light Cavalry" Suppe
Waltz. "Sobre Las Olas". ......Rosas
Fantazla. "The Opera Mirror-Tobani
Selections. "The Mfiry Widow" Lehar
Medley overture. "Bemlck Hits
"the Star Spangled Banner.
GOOD BILL AT WIGWAM.
Essanay's weekly adaptation of a
popular Munsey story is the regular
Tuesday feature at the Wigwam This
week Richard Travers will be seen in
"A Gentleman of Leisure, of which
the Moving Picture World says: "The
plot contains enough complications
for ten reels. It is somewhat melo
dramatic In nature and contains a reg
ular villain who has everything his
own way until the finale, when he
comes to grief. There is a good mob
scene andahrllling incidents, an at
tempted kidnaping scene, etc. Every
thing is explained satisfactorily and
all is happiness in the end." This is
two reels long and there is a fine
one reel Selig. "Nan's Vlctory."
Tomorrow, the exceptionally good
masterpiece service selection, "The
Master Mind." featuring Edmund
Breese in his very latest stage success,
will be shown. E. E. Campbell, of the
"Wigwam, personally selected this pic
ture after having seen it at a priiate
exhibition In Dallas. He vouches, for
Its being one of the best offerings
that the Wigwam has ever been able
to secure- The prices will be 19 cents
for children and 20 cents for adults.
ALnASIDRA "RAG TI3IE NIGHT."
Special popular music will be played
tonight by the Alhambra orchestra. A
screaming comedy, entitled "Bungling
Bunk's Bunco," will be the movie at
traction. The children, particularly,
will enjoy it It was made by the
famous Pathe players.
Wednesday and Thursday the Alham-
Dra Will SUOW AUO A.k VWauULCI, I
picture showing vividly the horrors of .
war. The plot Is built around an im- J
aginary situation in Europe that brings
about war between two great powers.
An aeroplane dropping bombs Is one of
the many realistic scenes. Through it J
all runs a beautiful love story. "The I
Last Volunteer" will give you a gooa
Idea of the present European struggle
without arousing racial prejudice.
The Dallas Comedy four will reappear
Wednesday night with an entirely new
act This quartet made such a "hit"
that the management re-engaged them
at the request of many patrons. Ad
vertisement BROADWAY STAR FEATURE.
Today the Bijou presents "Mr. Sin
gle's Melodrama," a Broadway Star fea
ture in three, merry rolls. This play
is direct from New York, where it made
a great hit at the Vitagraph theater
where they show nothing but Broadway
Star features, the choice of the great
Vitagraph company's productions. "Mr.
Bingle's Melodrama" Is a classy comedy
and yoa will enjoy it from beginning
to end. As this picture can be held
herd but one day. the Bijou manage
ment urges all who can to attend the
m.tfn.. a tH. ..nttnv an..4t ,zrfn
be taxed to its limit at the night shows
MYSTERY AND KEYSTONE KOMEDT.
Episode No. 10 of the "Million Dollar
Mystery" will be shown again today at j
the Grecian for the last time. Be sarre '
and come early. Last evening hundreds j I
were turned away. 1 1
"Fatty" Arbuckle will also be sees! I
at the Grecian today in a great Key- ( !
stone Komedy, "Fatty's Gift" DoWt I
miss it j
The Grecian has coming soon "Spar-
tacus." the most wonderous achieve- '
ment yet in photodrama. Watch for
tne dates. Advertisement
EARL COOPER MAY
ENTER EL PASO RACE.
Earl Cooper of Lot Angeles has
written to R. H. Rinehart of El Paso
asking for details of the El Paso to
Phoenix automobile race this fall
the length of the race, the entrance
fee, the purses and the number of
days required for tHe race. Cooper
drives a Stutz and last week was re
ported to have entered in the Los An
geles to Phoenix race.
how much will you be
worth in property and
money twenty years
will you be independ
ent? these are the ques
tions to which thought
ful men are preparing to
by saving regularly
part of all they earn.
come in and open an
account. We welcome
$1 deposits. 4 per cent
Eyster's C. 0.
Meat Dept. .
Fr6sh Fruits and Vegetables of All Kinds.
Tomatoes, , C .
per lb '
Fancy Cucumbers, j?
2 for Oi
Fancy Bartlett Pears, e
per Jb 3'
Home Dressed Fryers and Hens Kansas
City Meats of All Kinds.
Quality the Best.
Leaves El Paso 2 D.m. Arrives Los Angeles 2 :4Q D.m-
Make your reservation early and let us take care of
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Your Last Chance
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I SAN FRANCISCO ai ietra $50.00 1
Lin OW. JlsL
I LIBERAL STOPOVERS.
9 DwiUc DtShf Tram Service.
1 6:53 a. bi. 9:30 p. m. 3
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Phone 142. 1
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On Sale Daily to 19 .. . . .
n Sept. 30th Limited to B at SA: A-M- 8
J CITY TICKET OFFICE I
206 North Oregon Street. I
Phone 142. 9
In le Herald Want Ails
D. Grocery Co.
Me Ribbon Batter,
Biae Ribbon Eggs,
per doz ,
Jokay, Maga and " f
Back Grapes, per lb.. 1UC
Tokay, Maga and
Prices the Lowest.
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