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NEWS FROM NEARBY CITIES PASADENA Cm i undent— Mm. phone Bvauet 4MT. ' OFFICE, SO WEST COI-ORADO STRKET. rhonra S6J7. HARMONY WILL PREVAIL AT ELECTION OF BOARD Special Meeting of Directors of Pasadena Civic Body In creases Membership PASADENA, May 21.—As the annual meeting of the board of trade ap proaches, "perfect harmony" is heard on an sides and Harry Geohegan is being more strongly urged as the man to head the organisation the coming year with satisfaction to all. The directors held a special meeting hist evening, but Secretary Bertonneau states that the only business tran sacted was the election of Hoffman Keese. Donald A. Ross, F. S. Conger and Fred P. Brewer to membership in the board of trade and the arranging of reports and other details to facilitate business at the annual meeting. President Ed T. Off returned yester day from San Francisco and presided at the directors' meeting. He an nounced before going north that he would not be a candidate for re election. The proposed meeting of the com mittee of fifty which was scheduled for last night, according to authorita tive information, to "select a list of ten men who would agree to serve as jl rectors If elect' d," could not be located, and it is stated that the an nouncement of the probability of Mr. Ceohegan being chosen as a com promise candidate may have caused those behind the proposed meeting to call it Off. On the question of changing the name of the board of trade to the "Chamber of Commerce" ballots In the straw voting contest are coming In rapidly, and sentiment seems to be evenly divided. One member proposes the name "Pasadena Civic Council." PASADENA SOCIETY ITEMS PASADENA, May 21.—Pasadena so ciety people, members of the Pai Country club, and thoir friends will hold a tennis tournament today on the club's courts. airs. E3. M. Btanton, 228 South Ma rengo avenue, entertained fifty friends yesterday afternoon at a May party at which 800 was the pastime. May day decorations prevailed in all the rooms. A May pole with dolls repre senting dancers adorned the center 1 :t ble Dr. and Mrs. Frank Glguette, ims North Michigan avenue, entertained last evening with a towel shower In honor of Mlsa Mary Proctor and Cur tis Giguette, whose engagement was recently announced. Whist was pi and hearts were trump for the evening Pupils of the Intermediate classes of il,.> Los Robles school entertain* I the school building yesterday afternoon with musical and literary selections, dances and tableaux in honor of. their parents and friends and pupils of the academic department. President James A. B. Scherer and Mrs. Scherer entertained the senior class of Throop institute last eveninpr at their home. 415 South El Mollno av enue with an Informal reception. The regular monthlj gathering of the young people's society of the West Side church last evening was In the nature of an outdoor social held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Edwin L. Atkinson of San Rafael Heights. Japanese lanterns formed the dee..rations and outdoor fetes and games were indulged in. Eighty pupils of the Polytechnic el ementary school entertained at the ol yesterday afternoon with a Bte reoptlcon lecture on France and Ger many the lectures bring given by stu dents of the French rind German dasses in the languages of these coun- The Shakespeare club program this afternoon will be made up of BUbjeCta pertaining to New England. Miss Stella A. Leach, Mrs. 1.. P. Stevens. Mr* i H Merrlam, Mrs. George Hop kins 'and Miss Anita Smith compose the committee of arrangements, Ad mission Is by guest and membership tickets. _ _ Pasadena sports PASADENA, May il.-Over _ 25C1 en tries have l"'' n made by pupils of the urammar a ihools of this city In t) c "rack and field meet of the Anti- Cigarette league of the Y. M. | . A. to b< lield at Tournament park this aftfr noon, beginning at 1:::" o'clock. Beginning at i o'clock this afternoon there will be a practli c polo gan Tournament park between mixed i the local club and the South western club of Los Aim 1. Admis sion to the polo game is free. Thr> lineup is as follow Re Is, Harry Weiss, i ■■ itun Burke. Pred Emery and T !' McCoy, ir; White, Reggie Wels i, Bi " Smith, Pr. W. A. Boucher and Dr. A. H. Sa-\ , . , Throop Institute and Pasadena nigh school baseballs teams will play on for eign territory today, Throop playing Whiteler high school i idena high ■ ' ong Bi ai h high. A l.ou-ln.;;- :;;iiH" ill wlii'-il )'"tll I- PASADENA CLASSIFIED FOR SALE MONEY TO LOAN uktTit from caut. Any sum—current rate. JAS H. GAI T ,v CO., 511) Chamber of Corn., Pasadena ■ :. 11-1 mo PASA. TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. NEW FIREPROOF BTORAGB WARE house for household good! and automubiles. Office, li. ■-. r.nOAPWAY. f.-12-1 111 L. R. CHEW'S ART STORE PICIUKJSS AND FRAMING EXCLUSIVELY! 26 years' experience. VI?. tors welcome. ISO BAST COLORADO STREET. 4-22-1 mo PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL MEN'S BEWED .SOLES AND HEELB Sl-, ladles', toe. 15« N. FAIR OAKS AYE. ' i;i-Im.i THE CAFETERIA '^ThTs~IB^CAI''ETKRIa WEATHBRi cheap •r to '•' i here than at 19'J EAST i COLORADO STREET. r,-S-lmo REGULATION BOWLING ALLEYS ~7f JIYEfIS'. 14 EAST COLORADO 1 • New anil room} ; clean and cool. V lmo Circulation Dept. Horn* 1642. Huusft 2140 claim tin- stakes wns played on Myets" . Thursday night between the Dally News and the Evening Star. Th won two out of three games, while thf N«ws made 1818 point*, as agftlntt 1309 points tor the Star. Superintendent Hyorsnn of tlie city grounds win conduct a party of hoys under 10 years of age to the can yona of the arroyo today In the first of , a series of Baturday outings. All buys under thai age are invited. The party will leave the Cartnelita grounds at 8 O'clock and ci by strc-t i.ir as fit as Marlposa stn It. Bach hoy is to pro vide his own lum-h. PASADENA BUILDING NOTES PASADENA, May 21.—The following building permits were Issued here yes t. rday, making the total for the month to date $154,889: I/. Arthur Webster, frame shop. 3P-1 North Holllston ave nue. $100; H. A. Haokburt, 120 North Wilson avenue. L%-Btory fi-room frame i bungalow at 111 North Wilson avenue, $2500. PASADENA NEWS NOTES PASADENA, May 21.—The banner "comet" story of this city is the one circulated yesterday, In which it is claimed that certain residents of the northwest section, who have been clamoring for street lights ever since the installation of the municipal plant, mistook the new arc light at Old Fair Oaks avenue and 'Washington street for the comet owing to its having been installed during their absence from home during the day. Mrs. Elisabeth Grinnell, who for some time has been an active worker in the local humane society, has re signed her position on the directorate owing to her many other interests. C. A. Ferris, manager of l.a Casa Grande hotel, has leased the Brighton Beach hostelry and will conduct it in connection with the local house and the Pomona tavern. T. P. Phillips of Chicago, who has passed most of the last two years in Pasadena, has been elected to the directorate of the Union National bank, to rill a vacancy caused by the death of B. F. Ball. Charles Andress. cigar dealer fit Colorado street and Raymond avenue. pleaded not guilty in Judge McDon ald's court yesterday to the char of "short changing" J. C. Taylor and a i friend of Monrovia, and was released on $50 bail to appear for trial this morning. Members of the local Pine Tree State association are planning to attend the annual picnic at Long Beach two weeks from today in large numbers. Sanitary Inspector Huddleson is planning'a war on short-weight berry boxes several complaints having been entered against strawberry measures in particular. It is stated that some | boxes contain but eight or ten ounces, when the ordinance calls for twelve. *-—* Indian motorcycles. SO W. Colorado street. .— SANTA MONICA Circulation—-Home 4711; Siiiwl 5361. Correspondent—Home 4381; Sunset 191. | ' BOYS QUARREL; FATHER OF ONE PAYS PENALTY SANTA MONICA, May 20.—As suit of a pettj quarrel between neigh bor boys, M. C. Larrabee, fathi r i one of the youthful combatants, was fined $10 for battery today by Police Judge J. .1. Carrlllo berause lie took the part of his son. Larrabee was at tacked by Mrs J. Englehart, mother of one of the other boys, arid when he at tpmpted to hold her hands to pi i trlklng him she accused him oJ Mrs. Knglehart told the judge this morning that Bhe sent her son to Ket a Back of dour at a corner grocery i m his way home he was stopped b: the Larrabee hoy and the tv a fight. Young Larrabee broki oi aour over his adversary's bead, and ai this an older brother of the other joined In the fight. Then Larra bee came oui of his house near by to assist his son, and when she spied him Mrs. Englehart, who lives next door, also made a hasty advance on the Eaglenart, who was ill in bed, heard the rumpus, and he went to the barn, seized a pitchfork and emulated Plckett's charge. The interfere!) other neighbors prevented bloodshed. BRAKES FAIL; GIRL INJURED SANTA MONICA, May 20.—When the automobile in which sin- was riding . olllded with an [.. A-P. car at Third and Nevi I today, because tin- brake- (.r i ■ ' : work, Miss Eth< I HOS ■ oi Los Angeles Ml . t; , ,11.1 a fractured 1 lbow and other minor injuries. The automobile, con taining Miss Hoyl and her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hoj 1 uffeur, was being driven at rapid B peed when the accident occurred. VENICE ClrraJa<liin —Home 4711; Sunset SBfil. Correspondent—Home 4381; Sunset 791. HOLDS DOG FOR TWO HOURS; OWNER FAILS TO RETURN VENICE, May 20.—With the request that he hold her dog until she re turned, a dashing young worn in alight ed from an automobile on Windward avenue late last night and handed a valuable fox terrier to Frank Kas.it.: ianese who was sitting on a bench with friends. She never came back. Alter holding the dog lor mure than two hours Kasata, tiring- of the canine ,-, celver ihlp, turn< 'I the animal over to Sergeant Cavartaugh at police headquarti FIDDLER DISTURBS TRIAL LONG BEACH, '■ I The case mist .Miss . throw 11 oul of .) [jndi rwood's court tins afternoon. Prof Rubi ■ an artist, charged that vms thn v water upon him and his party from a garden ho c. During tin- triul this afternoon a violinist in an adjoining ro Buddcnly i playln ! h < lassiesl air. li bo dls turbi d ihe serenity of those In the courtroom thai an officer was scut to . : 111.-1 tin- ti'l'i You can buy it, perhaps at many plares, but there's one BEST place to buy and that Dl&ce advertises. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 21,-1910. SANTA ANA Office 815 N. Sycamore. Phone* Home SIS;, Son.irt Black 7*B. SKELLY IS HELO FOR MURDER OF HIS WIFE Attorneys Argue in Vain for Re lease on Bail of Accused Rancher saxta ANA. May 80.—Frank F. Bkelly of Westminster, charged with the murder of ins wife, Ethel Skelly, on Friday, May 6, today was held for trial in the superior court, without bail. This order was made by Justice of the Peace Smithwick, before whom the preliminary examination of Bkelly has proceeded for thp past two day.-. and followed the pleadings of Skelly's attorneys for his release and for bail. The hccubi d man was taken by Sheriff to the Santa Ana hospital, where he is under treatment for burns re ceived when struggling with his wife while she was on fire from gasoline flames. The most telling evidence given this morning against Skelly was that of Mrs. .7. F. Patterson, who testified that after she and her husband had been awakened by Abraham Gana.at o'clock, she went to the room where Mrs. Skelly was on her bed. As she sti pped Into the room Mrs. Bkelly greeted her with the exclamation, "Oh, Mrs. Patterson, Mr. Skelly has mur dered me!" Mrs. Patterson, replying, said: "Oh, Mrs. Bkelly, don't say that." Again Airs. Sicily said: "He did do it. He 1 gasoline on me." The witness said that Mrs. Bkelly then addressed herself to Skelly, who stood by Mrs. Patterson, and said: "Frank, how could you do it? Why didn't you shoot me?" Bkelly replied, "I didn't know it was gasoline." Then Mrs. Skelly said. "You threat ened me, but I didn't think you would do it." Mrs. Patterson testified that Skelly several times said: "I warned her about that gasoline stove, to which ; Mrs. Patterson replied, "T don't under stand it: she was so afraid of it." John Games of Compton, who was on his way to the home of the Bham racks, and who did not know the Skellya, testified that he saw Mrs. Skelly running all aflame, with Skelly following her; that as she ran she cried: "I'm murdered. Oh. ray bi i hies!" and to Mr. Cavanagh she called loudly: "Mr. Cavanagh, Prank mur dered me. He throw pasoline over me." O. H. Hare, automobile mechanic, Baw Mis. Skilly on the bed anrl heard her say. "Frank murdered me" and "He threw gasoline on me." fJeor^e L. Waters of Westminster testified to Mrs. Skelly running- from the house and the subsequent details of helping Mr. Cavanagh carry her to the house. H. also heard Mrs. Skelly's often repeated declaration that Mr. Skilly had murder-' I her anil had thrown gasoline over her. \V H. Rentley, who had previously testified at the inquest, testifies that Skelly said within a cAUple of hours after the burning that .he did not know how it happpnerl; that he was in another room: that he heard Mrs. Skelly screaming ■mil ran in to find her on fire. Bentley testified that on an examination made Sunday after the fire he found the shelves and wall of the pantry scorched and charred in places. He gave a description relative to the genera] appearance of the pantry and its relative position to the kitchen. Miss Hazel P.utterfleld, n trained nurse, testified that she was called by Dr. Gordon from Santa Ana to care for ■Mrs. Skelly; that she reached the house In Westminster about S o'clock Friday morning, May 6. and remained there until ?, -i. m.. May S. when Mrs. Skeily 1 died: that with the exception of a walk of fifteen minutes and half an hour for each meal she was always within hearing- distance of Mrs. Skelly; that she never heard Mrs. Skelly say how she came by her burns; that nnre Mrs. j Skelly said,' in reference to her running oui of doors, "I was crazy and ran ; outdoors." LONG BEACH CIIUIXATION BKI'AKTMENT 4 Fine at. Hum* too| Siwtet 4411. r ORR ES PON DF.NT Homo 185; BuiMt till. TIRED MOTHER CAN CHECK BABIES AT LONG BEACH LONG BEACH, May 20.—Tomorrow afternoon a new instillation, the "baby bunk," will be opened with due ci I raony. This establishment, a Bpot where babies may be checked by tired motlv i :■. is lo :ate I on the beach just of the auditorium. The <iiy paid for i!f erection <•( a small building and kindergarten • xperta will bo in i harge of 111 • • place. Among those giving addresses tomor row at the opening exercises will be ir i. 11. Wlndham, Mrs. M. K. Miller, president m' the Parent-Teach er federation; Councilman Barney Brown, Mrs. William Schilling and the O. il L. Mason. PROTECTS WOMAN EMPLOYE LONG BEAi '11. May 20 Anj ry be cause in- had ii- en i law ay from a "C. C. C." laundry agency on Pine av enue, C, A. Wlngheim struck Mai Denniaon in the faci . He was ai i <in a battery charge two hourH later and pleaded guilty before a justice of tlie peace, Dennlßon alleged that Wlng heim had been annoying the «ir! em ployed in tli(l ofH< c and also had been drinking. THIEVES ROB PLASTERERS LONO BEACH, .May 20.—Plastei . j employed In the new building being erected at Ocean and Locubl avenues for Attorney T. ' ■'■ Harriman Buffi red at the hands of sneak thieves y< day. The thieves rummaged through the coats and veata of tho workli extracting therefrom otu- gold watch of considerable value, several cheaper watches and 118 In money. One wallet ainlnsr $40 was overlooked. DIES FROM INJURIES LONG BEA< 11. < !aJ., May 20, monthi after he was .struck and pain fully Injured by a Salt Lake engine in this city, W. k. Moore, 78 years old, died laßt night at the Seaside hospital. iii- had practically recovered from his Injuries when pneumonia sel In, That and heart trouble caused iiis death. Moore was a oative of Georgia ami fought in thu Civil War. I WILL GIVE $1000 IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY CANCER or TUMOR I TREAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS WITHOUT KNIFE OR PAlNj^^^. A VEGETABLE PLASTER. iP^*^^^ NO PAY UNTIL CURED f M 5000 CURED,SWORN TO. !„. -IS People you can see and I /j| 'fißsT fSi. talk to. Judges. Law- O^2?r/ *?=* Is»\ yers.prs and Ministers I / *// ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. I A_\ yj , ANY TUMOR, LUMP or SORE \ .„ ■-' j ON THE LIP. FACE Of BODY \ "JEk / 6 MONTHS IS CANCER. V 1 BOOK SENT FREE, Jte&**^-^>\ with testimonials. IUSW*>/' A Hundreds cured after Wj/-M^/^^Ki\ operations (ailed. Poor iaWCrTr"#jllBc» cured at half price. "<-;-*^IJ /atftti* GANGER IN WOMAN'S BREAST ; Begins a - small lump and If neglected It always poisons deep in armpit, and PROVES FATAL QUICKLY. Addresi DR.&MRSJR.CHAMLEY.fS S Minigen U. S. CANCER CURE,LARGEST Intht WORLD i 745 AND 747 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. I KINDLY MAIL TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER IRISH TAXATION SHOWS INCREASE OF $172,690 Large Part of Assessment Raised on Land Rates LONDON. May 20.—The returns of local taxation in Ireland for the year 1908-1909 have been issued In the form of a blue book. In it it is stated that the ; receipts for the yen-, excluding loans j and grants provided by statute, and making the necessary deductions for j duplicate entries In the local accounts from which the returns have been pre pared, amounted to (82,098,910, an In crease of 1172,690 as compared with the preceding year. Of this amount 74 per cent was raised directly by rates as sessed on lands, buildings, etc.; 11 per eeni was derived from tolls, fees, stamps and dues; .". per cent came from ret'is of property in hinds, houses, etc.. while the remaining 9 per cent was made up of various miscellaneous items of local Income classed as other re ceipts, The total expenditure during the year as charged to the rever"f> and capital accounts of the several local administrative bodies amounted to $51,446,865, and their total receipts from all sources to $51,532,970, of which %". --318,250 came from loans. Of the ex penditure $5,286,460, or 10.2 rtfr fp"t representing 11.9 per cent of revenue, exclusive Of loans, was applied to the discharge of borrowed moneys and the payment of dividend on account of such moneys. The local Indebtedness on account of loans and stock at the close of the year amounted, the report says, to $103, --907,880. Of this $45,206,726 appertained to municipal authorities, beinpr an in crease of 136,920,015 since IS7S. the year in which the tirst of the existing code Hi" Irish public health statutes was en acted. The municipal Indebtedness in cludes $8,396,990 for water supplies. $7,053,b46 for purposes of lighting. $5, --532 (or sewerage and 13,721,886 In re spect of schemes for the housing of th" working clashes, while for housing schemes in rural districts the indebted ness stood at $1!U17.460. CHICKENS EAT LETTUCE; FAMILIES'IN LEGAL FEUD Friendship of 20 Years Broken Over a Few Vegetables TITiPKN*. Neb., May 20. — Ten cents' worth of parly lettuce has severed the pleasant friendship that existed be tween the Hendricksen and Merrow families for more than twenty yeats. John Hendrleksen and David Merrow are neighbors, living on adjoining lots. The former takes great pride in his an nual pardon, while the latter dotes on his Langshang chickens. Ri cently the Merrow chickens strayed i Into the Hendrlcksen ear ion and the first thins to attract their attenipn was the lettuce. They ato about in cents' worth, when Hendrlcksen appeared on the scene, shotgun in hand, and biased away into the rjock of fowls, bring'ng down five of them. Gathering them up, ho, tossed them over into the Morrow yard. Merrow de manded payment when he learned of the killing of his chickens. There was a refusal. Since then there lias been an arre-t on the charge of discharging fire arms within the city limits, a verdict of not guilty lias been returned. Hendrlcksen lias- Bued M rrow for $10,000 damages, alleging malicious pros ecutlon in causing his arrest Tn turn .Merrow has Bued Hendrlekaen, charging Blander, and has asked for'sl6,ooo, al leging that lie lias been called an old mischief maker. .win' s. Hendrlcksen and Morrow have d< elded that they can no longer be friends and havi i • en caught In the art of making faces at each other, while the children fight every time they meet upon the street or In the back alloy. And all of the trouble has been brought about because the inns devoured a handful of early lettuce. WHAT DO YOU THINK IT WILL DO TO THE COMET? Monster Caught in Hudson Has Ears. Claws, and Mews Like Cat FISHKILL LANDING, NT. V.. May 17.—1f it has ears and tega and tins, and la two feet long, and has claws, what is It? All the casuists in the township are tin king in a Wapplngera Palls drug store to settle the question, Basing their arguments on the ground that it was caught in the Hudson by a fish erman named Robinson, living iii New Hamburg, some hold that It's a fish. Hut. on the other hand, there are. the ears and the legs and the claws. More- over, Robinson declares that when he caught i' the creature mewed like a i ml then gave a hollow in and > since. This leads to ■ common opinion that it may be the formidable Halleyhock, and a commtt- tee has agreed to sit up with it all night to see what it will do to the comet at about :! o'clock in the morn ■ lomplete data will be ton* arded as quickly as they develop, ir they (i,n, i develop it "ill be sent to the aquarium In New fork- PUT 'EM ON THE CHUTE "Quiescent" for quiet, Quiescent meam >■- ■ omlng quiet "Demented" tor violently Insane. D'~ itii tit • > 1 persona are Inactive. "Fakir" tor taker. A taklr la a Hin doo mendicant or basaar Icei pi i. "Able to he about," "ait up anil t. n." ' SUGGBOTNSSGCDDxRPPRS New tlg« lire In the market thin week. They are quite good, considering that the.v are the aeaxon'a Urst, and may be obtained for 30c a pound. Good clierrlea lire rather scarce at. present. They »ell at 15« pound. I.oqtmlH may be bought for ."><• a pound. Strawberries are 5c a box and two boxes tot 15c. Blackberries sell at two boxes for 15c and raspberries at four boxe» for Mo. l^iftauherrleii are two boxes for ISc. Bananas ranire In price from '.'Or to SOc, a doien. Or anges »ell at from iflr to 40c a dozen. Lem ons may he bought for SOc a doien. Mine* are l»c « dozen. l'lneapples may be obtained for 10c a pound. Tangerines sell for 10c, a Meat Bargains 4 lbs. Barracuda ..... 25c Veal, Loin Roast, per lb. . . 15c Veal, Shoulder Roast, per lb. 12* c 3 lbs. Steak, Best Beef. . . 25c Pot Roast, per lb 8c Legs Yearling Lamb, per lb. .15c 6 lbs. Fancy Telephone Peas 25c I FRUITS, VEGETABLES, DELICACIES I Everything the Highest Quality Young's Market Co. 450 Broadway and Central and Gladys GROOM MEETS DEATH BEFORE BRIDE'S EYES Accidentally Shoots Self While Trying to Kill Bird PARIS. May 20.—A honeymoon in Algiers had a trade ending last week. The bride's husband accidentally shot himself before his young wife's eyes. M. Andre Holtz returned some time ago from a government mission at Lake Tohad to get married to his fiancee at Marseilles. After the wed ding- the happy pair left for Algeria, where they intended to take a four weeks' motor tour. "While on the road to Mlllana, close to the ravine known as the. "Robbers' Precipice," M. Holtz alighted from the car to shoot si bird. The earth gave way beneath him and to save himself he learned upon his rifle and accidentally caused the charge to go off. ltt dropped dead The next instant he dropped dead With a bullet through his head. The bride, who was alone in tin car. swooned and was found several hours later unconscious, hanging over the edge of the precipice. WAS IT PAID FOR? Pat lenc«-It is wonderful how iha lceep« her bf pßtrici -Why? Dom Bh« buy it on the in ,l|lm^n' ;l pl,'m-.'-Y.-.nk>TH St:if»nmn. , DO YOU EAT? Scotch Oats, per pkg 10c Grape. Nuts, per pkg l«c Jell <> (assorted flavors) 2 pkge.lSe lowa Corn, 2 cans 15c •« Bars Fels Naptha Soap 2uc Fresh Bread. 2 loaves Be 5-lb. Crocks Jam or Jelly 48c 2 Olßßges Pure Jam or Je11y....]5c Pie Fruits, Peaches, etc., 4 cans.2so. 1 Qal. Can Pure olive oil $2.00 Quart Bottle Pure Olive Oil 60c Royston's Market Pork Roast 121 c Sirloin Steak 12£ c Spare Ribs lUc Legs Milk Lamb 15c Hamburger, 2 lbs 15c Shoulder Steaks, 3 lbs 25c Boiling Beef 6c No Goods Delivered ROYSTON'S 452 SOUTH MAIN STREET do/.rn. rncnaniiU may be hou«ht for 10c anil ISc each. Dated ur* 18f a pound. Grape fruit well at two for 15c. BplHenburg ap ples and Ail.iinsas Blacks each are three poimdl for We. New potatoes «ell lit three pound* for lOiv Old potatoes »ell at from Le to 1 '^c a pound. Tonmtoen may he bought for 10c a pound, leas are 5c a pound. Ithu- Imrl. leUl ill four pounds for JSc. (nhhllxe nmv be obtained at Be and tOe a pound. OUrn in !•"><■ » pound. Olery Iw 10c a slnlk. Summer wiuasheß brlnit 5c ench. Cucumbers i)i> be bouicht al Bo and 10c cmb. AM|iarnKii» ranne« In price from oc a pound lo three pound* for 'ISc. Bell pep pent bring 40c a pound. Spinach Hell» at Saturday Specials At Valle's Grocery 2 packages Dr. Price's Corn Flakes 15c 2 large cans Salmon ."'..'.' 15c 5 cans Sardines 25c 3 cans Table Peaches .':., 25c 7 lbs. Good Rice , 25c 4 10c packages Toilet Paper, rolls or flats 25c Fancy Raisins, pound 5c Dried Apples, 2 lbs '...15c Grandma's Noodles, two packages : 15c 2 cans Pineapple 25c 4 10c pkgs. Hardwood Toothpicks .25c 50-lb. sack Straight Grade Flour $1.40 F. A. VALLE 234 SOUTH MAIN STREET Horn* A 6087. * Sun»rt M"ln «9- ' Imported Bismarck Herring Sale of the famous Bismarck Herring and Rpllmops caught in the Baltic and prepared in Hamburg, Germany. Well known for their exquisite flavor. On Friday and. Saturday you can buy them for Imported Bismarck Herring in Glass Jars Ifo Six to a Jar—Our Own Pack UW Imported Rollmops in Glass Jars 30c Six to a Jar—Our Own Pack y. .y\..i.... VJV/V Sold Regularly at 10c Each ; 3 for a Quarter. IF YOU WATCH OUR REGULAR SALES YOU WILL SAVE MONEY NAUMANN & SCHILL 306 SOUTH SPRING (Inc.) 224 WEST FIFTH ____^——i———^————»» Herald "Want Ads" Bring Largest Returns Shoes Half Price and Less Over two hundred bIE illsplay bargain tables are <ll>'pla>ln«r »ho« f<"' ">on> woman iiiul children, on «al« In many inetancM f"r iii.il prloe and less. Convince yourself ana come to the MAMMOTH SHOE 11OU8K, 510 South Broadway. tw« hunches for Sc. Artlchoked are Tour for Tic llani'h prk» are :10c a domn. Iliiller In :i:>c ami 10c a pound. Salmon, nad iliilw and caltl-h en. h are '.'Oc a pound, llaliliul. may he hoimlil for lUc a pound. Sea ban* •..■lis for I." a pound, and liarracuda for Kd'. I'lllet ife Hole m»y lie obtained at '.»<■ a pound. Hock ban MM nhad rarh are llVfeC ii pound, Smelt may hn lioiiklii for I.V a pound, or tivo pounds for We. Menu sell at ■.'.•«■ a pound. Roanters are 33i' anil 4Sr a pound, and fr.vers l()<- and !."«• a pound. Brallen may lie Imuiclil for 4(lc Ib. DiicUm and turkeyi sell al Ut a pound. Squahs are '.'.•> c ea<-h. Kabhlts range In price from 300 to 40c encli. ___^ —.Cp-r _mii -in mj i For Rood trunks, ffS2^^£^f--%Ziyi I raveling bags, S—JCTLirtC""^ I'VZ?'W aI"1 drese, suit 0i — '-$ L f!Q G.U.Whitney f 1 v!U O.U.Wh!tney i^^==SS/ tha . olde»t -. iai»llHli«il and most reliable trunk niiinufiw. turer. Store and factory, 236 South Mala.